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Ravi Shanker Kapoor: The formula of collectivism

Condemning Formula One or any big event because it may not directly benefit the masses is absurd

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Ravi Shanker Kapoor: The formula of collectivism

Condemning Formula One or any big event because it may not directly benefit the masses is absurd

Do we need Formula One in a poor country where potable water is not available to millions of people? Such rhetorical questions are asked whenever big events, especially related to sports, are organised in India. The rhetoric exposes the intellectual bankruptcy of those who raise such questions. >
Ravi Shanker Kapoor: The formula of collectivism
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