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December 05, 2012


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Monsur Musa

I agree with the proposition of cost benefit in changing city name. It is politician,s stupidity for whom the citizens are to pay.Language planning theoreticians cannot agree with this kind of activities.

Monsur Musa

It creates the problems of cross-references.Ultimately
leads to historical confusion.

Bill Baker

Monsur, Thanks for your comment. This is a sentiment that has many impacts on the image of cities and most times politicians are unaware of the impact. Regards BB

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