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  1. I still don’t understand what’s going on with this Air India article, even after going back up the chain to the original Times of India article. What is the complaint? Was it inaccurate, because actually the temple does not have non-vegetarian dishes? Or is it simply uncouth to mention that they do have them?

  2. @ dbeach

    A temple would never serve non-veg dishes. The article was inaccurate. The insult is the equivalent of suggesting that a Jewish or Muslim community center was serving delicious pork.

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