Talk:Sivaganga

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Stubbing[edit]

At the moment only three sentences are cited, the vast majority of the article appears to be original research. If more sources can't be found, most of the uncited text should be removed and the article stubbed. Grim23 14:04, 16 February 2011 (UTC)

Agree 100% And ya know, it's such a shame, because I really enjoy reading about far-away places and India has such fascinating history, with so many beautiful and interesting locations that would make for such great articles, yet so many South-Asian geography-related articles are in such an appalling state, horrible grammar and spelling, riddled with POV and puffery, off-topic ramblings, unsourced assertions, ALL CAPS caste glorification and "eminent" self-promotionals, that all that's left to do is stub them to the bare minimum. I've seen it too often already and it's really making me want to cry. -- œ 17:12, 16 February 2011 (UTC)