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Indian Mars RMB

WA Delegate: None.

Founder: The Republic of HM1

Last WA Update:

World Factbook Entry

Region liberated from The Black Hawks by Indian Armed Forces

Only the best of the friends and worst of the enemies visit us during update time.

The diversity of India, of our civilization, is actually a thing of beauty, which is something we are extremely proud of.

This is the puppet storage region of India.

Region Refounded: 15 March 2019



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    INDIAN MARS : THE ABODE OF INDIA'S PUPPETS

    FactbookOverview by New indusse . 48 reads.

Embassies: India, Hollow Point, The Embassy, The Moderate Alliance, Grand Ole Republic, The Galactic Empire of Britain, Monarchist and Democratic Alliance, Fredonia, The Interdimensional Community, The Glorious Nations of Iwaku, Lardyland, The Alliance of Dictators, Organization of United Sovereign States, Balugata, Novus Lucidum, Grandiose, and 11 others.United roleplay authority, Confederacy of Independent States, oozi area, Pax Britannia, Gypsy Lands, the Communist Confederate Union, United Otter Emirates, Mercenaries R Us, Bharat, South Asia, and SECFanatics.

Tags: Minuscule and Puppet Storage.

Indian Mars contains 2 nations.

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Today's World Census Report

The Most Cultured in Indian Mars

After spending many tedious hours in coffee shops and concert halls, World Census experts have found the following nations to be the most cultured.

As a region, Indian Mars is ranked 10,709th in the world for Most Cultured.

NationWA CategoryMotto
1.The Republic of MalayalLeft-Leaning College State“Inquilab Zinbad!”
2.The Republic of HM1Inoffensive Centrist Democracy“Nsjs”

Last poll: “Best Food outlet?”

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Indian Mars Regional Message Board

New indusse wrote:are u a puppet of?

Rather than mentioning(..........)

You can telegram me

Hello.

Whole India... i think we can ask the admins about how WAD elections will take place after this conference.

Indusse wrote:Whole India... i think we can ask the admins about how WAD elections will take place after this conference.


Great idea. Cause according to our constitution we need fair elections.

How to properly kill someone in a debate
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Survival on NationStates
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Three Simple Steps to NationStates Life



As you may have guessed, this factbook is about arguing on NationStates. I learned the hard way that NS arguing is not equivalent to real-life arguing, although both have the same objective: Who's Right?

As in real life, here on NationStates arguments can be separated into three distinct categories:

  • Friendly Argument

    Two people express disagreement over a topic. At this time, hard feelings are not present and both sides are usually open to the other perspective. These arguments are usually characterized by one or both sides saying "I think this..." or "I believe this and here's why..."
    This is how many RMB arguments begin. Most telegram discussions will be entirely friendly as you or your opponent have no incentive to continue the argument if one of you becomes nasty since there is no audience. The audience factor also plays a role in causing public arguments to become nasty.

    -What do I do?
    In these types of arguments you should always stay on topic and address your opponent's arguments. Try to keep your responses short and to the point. If you and your opponent are unable to agree on the issue in a couple of posts it will probably (not necessarily, but probably) become a debate.

    -What shouldn't I do?
    RULE #1: Don't try to make fun of your opponent! At this time, your opponent is open to your argument and making fun of him will only close him down and most certainly cause the argument to turn into a debate.
    RULE #2: If your opponent seems to be ignoring your arguments, the discussion has already become a debate so these rules no longer apply. Don't try so hard to keep yourself in a friendly argument that you allow your opponent to take advantage of you. In other words, don't shy away from answering your opponent's argument as clearly and succinctly as possible.

    -What if my opponent proves me wrong?
    That's wonderful! You should accept your opponents points and thank him for clearing up the issue for you.

    -Who is my opponent?
    This is a very important question. Always ask yourself this before starting an argument. Is he a friend of yours? If so, then the argument should be conducted in a less restricted and more loose manner. Is he someone who you disagree with often? If so, don't immediately turn the discussion into a debate. You still have a chance of concluding the discussion in a friendly format.
    Remember: These are all suggestions. It really matters on the person and every person will be slightly different so the best I can do here is give you guidelines; you'll have to use your own judgement.

    Final Note: Once a friendly argument turns into a debate, it is extremely hard to get it back down to friendly status. Also, you've more than likely, lost your chance to convince the opponent of your position.

  • Debate

    One side thinks he is certainly right while the other side thinks the exact same thing. These arguments are characterized by long posts and complex debate. Each side will do his best to make the other side's arguments look bad.
    These arguments usually take place on the NS forum and sometimes on the RMB.

    -I know for sure that I am right. Right?
    Wrong! Your opponent is saying the exact same thing to himself. Always have an open mind.
    Remember: One or both of you is wrong. There is a chance that you are the one who is wrong.

    -Ah ha. I caught my opponent. I purposely misinterpreted his words and made him look bad. Aren't I great?
    No, you're not. This is exactly what can cause the argument to become Nasty Ad Hominem Slander. If your opponent does this to you, try to ignore it as best as possible. Sometimes it helps to make a response that is somewhat humorous. It varies widely on the circumstances however and sometimes, there is little you can do to prevent the argument from becoming Nasty Ad Hominem Slander.

    -This is awful. My opponent has destroyed my argument. What should I do?
    Well first of all: What shouldn't you do?
    RULE #1: Do NOT turn the argument into Nasty Ad Hominem Slander. This is unfortunately how many people respond when proven wrong in a debate.
    RULE #2: Do NOT leave the debate when you feel that you are defeated. This is very annoying for your opponent and it also wasted all the time you spent in the argument trying to find the truth.

    -But, what should I do?
    If you are sure that you are right (like everybody and his brother is), then do a quick search of the internet. Can you find something on the subject? Look on the other side of the issue too.

    -I did that but it still looks like my opponent is right.
    Ok, then. Admit that you were wrong and change your position on the subject. The latter is very important. Do not come back two weeks later to restart the argument after everyone forgot that your opponent won.

    -If I am wrong, how do I admit it without looking stupid?
    It really depends on your opponent. Some opponents will try to take advantage of the fact that you were wrong. They may use it to ridicule you. Judge your opponent first. If he is a reasonable guy, then don't try to hide the fact that he convinced you of his position. Your opponent spent a good portion of his time in the argument.

    -I've proved my opponent wrong many times but he doesn't seem to care.
    Yep, that's normal, unfortunately. In a debate, you are mainly arguing to convince others, not your opponent. The argument probably goes in one ear of your opponent and out the other. Make sure you are not treating your opponent the same.

  • Nasty Ad Hominem Slander

    In these situations, one side no longer cares who is right and is simply interested in ridiculing and slandering the opponent as much as possible in an effort to gain popularity.
    These arguments take place on the RMB and sometimes on the NS forum. They never take place via telegram since no audience exists to applaud the slanders.

    -Our argument has turned into Nasty Ad Hominem Slander. What do I do?
    Try to avoid getting into the mud. Point out that your opponent is only attacking you personally, ad hominem, and not attacking your argument. It may be necessary, depending on the circumstances, of course, to leave the debate until your opponent cools down.

    -This was a short section. Why didn't you spend more time on it?
    Because there is not much one can do when a Nasty Ad Hominem Slander breaks out and whatever one can do is totally dependent on the particular circumstances. Objectively speaking, this shouldn't be classified as an argument although many people use it as such.



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Jai Shri Ram!



This Dispatch is made to clear and properly arrange the Security Council Record.
WE all know many nations and regions have been Commended and condemned. So I felt to give all Commended nations as respect and all Condemned ones shame.
First lets see Commended nations.

1] Kandarin Security Council Resolution # 2
3] Todd McCloud Security Council Resolution # 12
4] Imagey Nation Security Council Resolution # 21
5] Sionis prioratus Security Council Resolution # 28
2] Goobergunchia Security Council Resolution # 10
6] Ananke II Security Council Resolution # 34
7] Bergnovinaia Security Council Resolution # 39
8] starblaydia Security Council Resolution # 40
9] The cat-tribe Security Council Resolution # 46
10] Crazy girl Security Council Resolution # 49
11] Northern Chittowa Security Council Resolution # 50
12] Fudgetopia Security Council Resolution # 51
13] Commerce Heights Security Council Resolution # 53
14] Ballotonia Security Council Resolution # 63
15] Naivetry Security Council Resolution # 67
16] Glen-Rhodes
17] Warzone Codger Security Council Resolution # 87
18] Topid Security Council Resolution # 98
19] Lamoni Security Council Resolution # 100
20] Skydip Security Council Resolution # 118
21] A Slanted Black Stripe Security Council Resolution # 119
22] Mousebumples Security Council Resolution # 120
23] Bears Armed Security Council Resolution # 124
24] The Bruce Security Council Resolution # 125
25] Sanctaria Security Council Resolution # 126
26] Harmoneia Security Council Resolution # 128
27] Eluvatar Security Council Resolution # 129
28] NewTexas Security Council Resolution # 131
29] Abacathea Security Council Resolution # 133
30] Anime daisuki Security Council Resolution # 138
31] 1 infinite loop Security Council Resolution # 141
32] Astarial Security Council Resolution # 147
33] Yohannes Security Council Resolution # 149
34] McMasterdonia Security Council Resolution # 151
35] Improving wordiness Security Council Resolution # 157
36] TAO the Watcher Security Council Resolution # 167
37] Westwind Security Council Resolution # 168
38] Evil Wolf Security Council Resolution # 169
39] Luna Amore Security Council Resolution # 170
40] Forever Fields Security Council Resolution # 171
41] sciongrad Security Council Resolution # 178
42] Flemingovia Security Council Resolution # 182
43] Nation of Quebec Security Council Resolution # 190
44] Separatist Peoples Security Council Resolution # 193
45] Dyr Nasad Security Council Resolution # 196
46] Renaissancistic people Security Council Resolution # 214
47] Imperium Anglorum Security Council Resolution # 223
48] drasnia Security Council Resolution # 224
49] August Security Council Resolution # 228
50] Wopruthien Security Council Resolution # 229
51] Zwangzug Security Council Resolution # 233
52] Candlewhisper Archive Security Council Resolution # 235
53] Ransium Security Council Resolution # 236
54] The Macabees Security Council Resolution # 237
55] Tsunamy Security Council Resolution # 239
56] Wintony Security Council Resolution # 249
57] Alasdair I Frosticus Security Council Resolution # 251
58] Knootoss Security Council Resolution # 255
59] Guy Security Council Resolution # 256
60] Helaw Security Council Resolution # 258
61] Frattastan ii Security Council Resolution # 262
62] Minoa Security Council Resolution # 265
63] xoriet Security Council Resolution # 266
64] Bachtendekuppen Security Council Resolution # 270
65] Lyras Security Council Resolution # 274
66] Jutsa Security Council Resolution # 275
67] Paffnia Security Council Resolution # 276
68] Severisen Security Council Resolution # 278
69] Woonsocket Security Council Resolution # 281
70] Common Territories Security Council Resolution # 284

Now let's see the condemned nations
Now Lets move to regions.
No time for the Condemned Regions
We all know that many regions were liberated lets see who were
This is the complete Security Council Data.
Lets Try to boycott all the condemn regions as well as nations,Hoped you liked it.

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