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Hi Mathew Joy[edit]

Thanks for your reply. and also a big thank you for editings on ranni page . i know i m bit unsured about some details . am from ranni .i will post some details for u tht i know . i appreciated tht u r currently working on ranni page ..so i am not going to be messing around your editings ..as a new comer i know there is lack of editing knowledge ..so what i am going to do is ..i will post it to you what i know ..then if you are ready then you can post it on ranni page ...

Again a big thanks for editing our ranni page ..i donno where you from .. like to know abt you


Regards Rojin —Preceding unsigned comment added by Rojink (talkcontribs) 16:27, 11 September 2009 (UTC)

Proposed deletion of Kolath[edit]

Hi Mjjoe,

I removed the PROD tag you placed on Kolath because a previous version of the article had a deletion discussion, making it ineligble for deletion by PROD. For recreations of articles deleted at AFD, you should instead tag the article for speedy deletion under criterion G4 if you think the article doesn't address the concerns of the version previously deleted at AFD, or start a new AFD if you think the article is significantly different than the previous version but should still be deleted. Calathan (talk) 15:18, 12 October 2010 (UTC)

Please don't revert edits as vandalism that aren't clearly vandalism[edit]

Your revert at Riva Philip, Kolath Tholoor has been reverted by me. He contested the prod, and it wasn't a sticky blp prod so there is no prohibition to anyone reverting a prod. I'm not sure he understands that the sources template isn't part of it, so feel free to restore that if you want or to take it to afd. I'd probably stop by the afd and recommend deletion, but I'm not convinced enough at this point to start an afd of my own. Syrthiss (talk) 17:55, 13 October 2010 (UTC)

I'm aware of the problems we have with the articles about random people and families from India. While its expected that someone will supply a reason for contesting the prod, the guidelines for prod explicitly state to not restore the notice even if you feel it was removed in bad faith. I was reverting the IPs removal once or twice as vandalism considering the other edits, but if the article creator comes back and deprods we really have to take that as read. Take it to afd, please do not restore the prod. Syrthiss (talk) 18:26, 13 October 2010 (UTC)

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