User talk:Indopug

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I reverted because now it looks like DDLJ = The Brave-Hearted Will Take Away the Bride, which is not true. BollyJeff | talk 15:39, 28 August 2015 (UTC)

Anurag Kashyap filmography[edit]

Hey, I have mentioned the dates for the unreleased films which I didn't earlier but I don't know how to make the chosen sort appear at the top. Please If you could help. -- Yashthepunisher (talk) 05:36, 12 September 2015 (UTC)

OK then[edit]

I guess since you already read the message that's OK with me Krett12 (talk) 16:40, 12 September 2015 (UTC)

Re: Manifesto[edit]

Thank you for your efforts in revising and rewriting the Communist Manifesto article. I'd like to ask if you are going to include the ten planks. In my opinion, it is a very basic and fundamental aspect of the manifesto and clearly identifies the perception in ten simple sentences. To not include it would be like obfuscating the obvious. - HafizHanif (talk) 17:48, 21 October 2015 (UTC)

Hex Enduction Hour[edit]

Hi. Could do with some help; trying hard here to not make it sound like MES descended as if from heaven, uh. Obviously he did but we can say that. Ceoil (talk) 22:35, 7 November 2015 (UTC)

India House[edit]

Hello, Indopug -- I saw your recent edits to India House [1], and while your changes to sentence structure and organization are fine, I question the reason for your removal of the "no-break space" in several places. I put most of those there in a copy-edit of the entire article just a few weeks ago. It ensures that a number, such as the number "65" in a street address, does not end up by itself at the end of a line. (I usually don't bother adding the no-break space when the spot is early in the first line of a paragraph, since that is unlikely to end up at the end of a line.) I always add a no-break space between an en-dash and the word immediately preceding it so that the en-dash ends up at the end of a line rather than the beginning of the next line, which is visually much better. Alternatively, you can use a template, usually {{ndash}} for an en-dash and {{mdash}} for an em-dash. (I prefer the actual dash, because it's easier to see the dash in Edit Mode when doing a lot of copy-editing.) Another editor has developed templates that ensure the dashes end up at the end of a line and not at the beginning of the next line. See the first few paragraphs at User talk:Corinne#En-dash and em-dash. Also see MOS:EMDASH for guidance on both the en-dash and the em-dash. So, unless you have a strong reason for removal of the no-break spaces (which I'd certainly be interested to know), I'd urge you to put those back in. Corinne (talk) 15:36, 11 November 2015 (UTC)

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JSTOR cleanup drive[edit]

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