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Five Things that haven't changed. Boomers would be Happy.

SOARING EXAM SCORES

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Every year before the onset of the school-leaving exams, FM channels, newspapers and TV channels invite counsellors to come and talk about how success is not defined only by exam results. And in a few months, college cut-offs prove them wrong. This year's CBSE class 12 toppers scored a total of 499 on 500. And there were two of them!

THE CRAVING FOR INSTANT NOODLES

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Snacking options have never been restricted in a country as varied as ours. But somehow the 2 -minute noodle captured our hearts. It's been comfort food for every generation!


THE LEGAL AGE FOR DRINKING

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You vote at 18. But you have to wait for three more years to raise a toast to the victory of the party/person you voted for . The legal age for drinking in most parts of India is 21 ( 25 in some states. In Kerala, It's 23.) Only a handful of states and union territories, like Himachal Pradesh, Goa, puducherry, and a few others, allow drinking at 18.


OUR LOVE FOR CRICKET AND BOLLYWOOD

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we might be craving a niche for ourselves in many sports today; the likes of the Phogat sisters, Sakshi Malik, Dutee Chand, Dipa Karmakar may have become household names, but cricket and Bollywood remain national obsessions.

OUR PREFERENCE FOR A LIFE ABROAD

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NVM India's reputation as a growing economy, a future abroad is still a favoured dream. Changes in visa policies and difficulties in finding jobs in the US after graduation may have made it a less feasible option, but we're happy to Flock to Australia, Canada, Singapore...

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