[00:06]Postcolonial India has proved Keskar wrong. In the 60 years
[00:11]since his prediction, the popular following for cricket has grown ever bigger.
[00:17]The game is patronized by the maharaja and the milkman, the snob as well as
[00:29]The government has consistently claimed the video is fake, without providing
[00:34]any evidence that the gruesome scene was staged or the footage tampered with.
[00:43]So when environment ministers meet in Seville tomorrow,
[00:48]to rake through the ashes of the Copenhagen summit
[00:51]and to plan how to advance efforts to curb global warming,
[00:56]the most important decision they must make is
[00:59]to increase the EU's offer of 2020 carbon cuts from 20% to 30%.
[01:11]Even our schools are where we send our children to get a practical education
[01:17]not to pursue knowledge for the sake of knowledge.
[01:25]Much of the language used to describe monetary policy,
[01:29]such as "steering the economy to a soft landing" or "a touch on the brakes",
[01:35]makes it sound like a precise science.
[01:42]The future of this company is at stake: many of its talented employees
[01:48]are flowing into more profitable net-based businesses.
[01:56]He told a magazine in 1925: "Under the microscope,
[02:02]I found that snow flakes were miracles of beauty;
[02:06]and it seemed a shame that this beauty should not be seen
[02:09]and appreciated by others. Every crystal was a masterpiece of design
[02:15]and no one design was ever repeated.内容来自 听力课堂网：http://www.tingclass.net/show-8124-238391-1.html