Yes I confused "The Hives" with "The Strokes" in one post, but I didn't try to convince anyone I was right, and I readily admitted my mistake after I realized it, unlike this forum's obnxious Harry in this instance. Will he admit that Tamilnadu is in India, and that Tamil is an Indian language? Here is a map with the Tamil homeland in red:
The reason is its being run by pakis or nepalis or bangladeshis who find it convenient to open a shop in the name of indian and cheat us.
You have been cheated, but not by these restauranteurs. You have been cheated by the British educational system, or more likely yourself by not paying attention when attending its courses, because if you had listened then you would understand that Pakistan and Bangladesh were both part of India until 1948 when the exiting British colonials partitioned them off of either side of India. Do you really believe that their cuisine was somehow partitioned too and made non-Indian? If you do then you are foolish.