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2008-03-07
Name: Editor How important do you think is being able to walk on the road without any concerns? Have you ever consciously dodged men from colliding into you?
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2008-03-07
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Name: Tamanna
Subject:  Way
I always go through the same thing and avoid getting pushed. If I am really angry some day then I may abuse but I don’t get into fights. I don’t like calling attention to myself. It also depends on how you appear to people. So I just walk with an angry face.
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2008-03-07
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Name: Kuntal
Subject:  Idea
Nice. The tips are helpful. Although slapping can be dangerous, calling the police is a better idea.
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2008-03-07
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Name: Supriya
Subject:  Cool
Ya I never thought so carefully about it, it is just in me that I have to walk home carefully, without messing up
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