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QUOTA of Quotes 2

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October 2015
QUOTA of Quotes 2

“It accomplishes nothing to get mad at anybody that criticizes you. So every time someone criticizes (Donald Trump), he goes and makes a political attack back. That’s not who we are as Republicans. That’s not what we do.”

—South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley, speaking at a National Press Club luncheon in Washington, D.C. (India-West)


 

 

 

 

 

 

“I think it is reasonable to tell folks if you want to come to our country, come legally, learn English, adopt our values, and when you get here, roll up your sleeves and get to work. We have got to insist on assimilation. Make no mistake about it, immigration without assimilation—that’s not immigration. Immigration without assimilation is invasion.”

—Louisiana governor and presidential candidate Bobby Jindal, speaking to conservative activists in Columbus, Ohio. (Dayton Daily News)


 

“It’s embarrassing that in California we are trying to dictate others’ freedom of choice. Bottom line: You should not dictate my choices; I should not dictate yours. End of story.”—Indian-American actress Namrata Singh Gujral, a cancer survivor, speaking
at a rally in support of a California bill that would give terminal cancer patients the right to end their lives.  (India-West)

10_15_ChaiTime_Namrata.jpg“It’s embarrassing that in California we are trying to dictate others’ freedom of choice. Bottom line: You should not dictate my choices; I should not dictate yours. End of story.”

 

—Indian-American actress Namrata Singh Gujral, a cancer survivor, speaking at a rally in support of a California bill that would give terminal cancer patients the right to end their lives.  (India-West)

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

“Indian people have always been put into a box, a stereotype of what we should be like.”

—Actress Priyanka Chopra, who breaks the stereotype in her role as an FBI trainee in the ABC thriller series Quantico, which debuted Sept. 27. (ETonline.com)


 

10_15_ChaiTime_Lydia.jpg“At first I was really nervous, but once I started, it was much easier than I expected it to be, and then I relaxed.”

 Lydia Sebastian, a 12-year-old British Indian girl, who took the Mensa IQ test and achieved the maximum score of 162. (IANS)

 

 

 

 

 


 

 10_15_ChaiTime_Sundar.jpg“Sundar used to go to school in a cycle rickshaw every morning and afternoon. But as soon as he got on he’d pull out a book and read until he reached school. He didn’t even look at the girls sitting next to him.”

 Kumar Sankaralingam, a former neighbor of new Google CEO Sundar Pichai, recalling his dedication to his studies during his childhood in Chennai.  (Daily Mail)

 

 

 

 

 



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