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The 26/11 Mumbai attacks have left India more than just dead bodies and a lot of pain. Angry at the Government, Indians are raising their voices and giving the Government a run for it’s money. As the Government spends endless hours in stuffed conference halls trying to come out with solutions and an awful lot of lame excuses on how things went wrong, there’s a different scene back in Pakistan.

Pakistanis seem to hate the fact that their nation has been targeted by Indian authorities once again. They are not ready to accept the fact that their nation harbors terrorists, facilitates terrorist training camps and supports some of the most dreadful terrorists known to the world. For them it’s just another blame game.

The Pakistani blogosphere has been contaminated by the air Pakistani bloggers are breathing out. One such Aslam Bhai who runs a cheeky blog called Pakistanic says;

India Media as usual alleged Pakistan for this action but the terrorist themselves cleared the facts that they are not Pakistani not Kashmiris. In fact they are The Indian Muslim citizen from Hyderabad Deccan. They are young Patriotic but the way the indian muslim are treated by government and society, its the protest against all this.

I wonder which news channel did Aslam Bhai tune into. When did any terrorist say they were from Hyderabad? There is a dense Muslim population in India, Mr. Aslam. The Indian Government and society doesn’t mistreat them. If this was true, we’d be busy fighting a totally different war amongst ourselves. He goes on with;

Let’s assume that Pakistani government and agencies are behind Mumbai attacks but how could a country impose a war in other country if they are troubled by Militants and Estremists? Pakistani Army is fighting against Taliban as well as Al-queda in North west province and War is spreading toward Peshawar. It’s beyond imagination that Pakistan could even think of such coward act which couse trouble to India-Pakistan Relations.

Aslam it’s high time your country faced the music. Pakistan has been supporting terrorism for a really long time now. And if you had Physics at school you’d know that to every action there is an equal and opposite reaction. Your country been supportive of these extremists and now they’ve hit back at your nation itself. And if these elements were Pakistan nationals, based, trained and sent from Pakistan, it’s not rocket science that Pakistan will not be blamed for it. Your country should have spent all that time and energy concentrating on economic and political reforms rather than finding cheap ways to penetrate into Indian territory.

And then comes Riaz Haq who is talking about a possible Indian military action on Pakistan. He says;

Even though Pakistan’s military is dwarfed in size by the Indian military, it is still a very large, well-equipped, well-trained and effective professional fighting force that has never hesitated in taking on India’s conventionally superior might. Contrary to the Indian folklore of “defeating Pakistan” in several wars, India has not been able to score any decisive victories over Pakistani military except in Bangladesh war where Pakistanis, cut off from the Western wing of the country and surrounded by India, found themselves trapped by a ferocious Bengali insurgency supported by Indian government.

Mr. Riaz your Pakistani army has lost all it’s battles. Indian defense forces have shown you the door every time you folks felt like drifting into Indian territories. Even if today we find ourselves in a war like situation I’m afraid your tiny country might have to perish. May be you people are just angry at the fact that every time you decided to play War, you got defeated with a bang.

One Farrukh Khan bashes India’s Pranab Mukherjee;

The problem with people like Mukherjee is that their limited gray matter never allows them to think like statesmen. He is no Nehru after all. That is precisely why he is continuously mismanaging the situation. The premature demand for twenty suspects, no heroes for me rest assured, smacks of hubris and a premature craving to act as a superpower.

Mukherjee is no Nehru, I agree. And I’m thankful to God that he’s not. I also agree that the demand for the twenty most-wanted men was premature. It has been so for the past several years. It’s like we’ve got a list and when something happens we dig it out and hand it over to Pakistan. Mind you Mr. Farrukh it’s not ‘suspects’ as you put it. These twenty people are well known hardcore terrorists who pose a grave threat to innocent lives. The evidence is all over and even you and your folks know about it. Why are these people walking freely in Pakistan?

Mr. Farrukh then chalks out a solution to the current India Pakistan crises with;

The best, and perhaps the only, option then is that India with the help of the international community probes the matter and compiles the evidence. Then it can provide Pakistan the evidence with the diplomatic request to try the accused. Pakistan government then can ensure that the apex court’s full bench tries these element in open and transparent hearings and they are finally brought to the book.

Now this is hilarious. I like your sense of humor Mr. Farrukh. You’ll try those people? That too in Pakistan itself? Oh please! The thing you guys have running there in Pakistan is total Idiocracy!

And if the Pakistani blogosphere wasn’t enough to boil my blood, it’s was Pakistan’s president Asif Ali Zardari on CNN’s Larry King Live. Listen to this;

King: What do you believe is the responsibility, if any, of — I want to get this right — Lashkar-e-Taiba, the militant group that’s aimed at ending Indian rule in Kashmir? Do you think they’re involved?

Zardari: That’s a banned organization, Larry, in Pakistan and all around the world. If indeed they are involved, we would not know. Again, they are people who operate outside the system. They operate like — al Qaeda, for instance, is not state-oriented. They operate something on that mechanism, and we would love to — I’ve already offered to India full cooperation on this incident, and we intend to do that.

Mr. Zardari if Lashkar-e-Taiba is a banned organization then how come they freely set up training camps all over Pakistan? How come their top notch officials are walking freely across the country? Your stupid statements only anger us Mr. Zardari. So sit down and stop barking like a stray dog. You have better things to worry about in your country. Your worthless cooperation is not needed.

My blood is boiling as I sit down and read these statements on Pakistani blogs. All this while Pakistani media comes out with a story alleging the involvement of Hindu elements in the Mumbai tragedy. How can a nation be full of morons? I guess they assassinate any sane person in the country. The current state of their nation is horrifying. They have no money. They survive on World Bank grants and the moolah US throws at them. Indian authorities have reasons to believe that Zardari might not be in total control and that ISI and the Army are calling the shots in Pakistan. I’m looking forward to how the Obama administration will treat Pakistan. As far as India is concerned, we’re into Gandhigiri stupidity!

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  1. As someone who has publicly proclaimed how much she hates her country on this very website, can you please kindly shut up? You lost any right to legitimately speak of rage as an Indian the day you proclaimed your hatred for India. And as an Indian, let me assure you, we’re much better off without you, thanks. The Pakis are a bunch of fools – but you prove beyond a shade of doubt that people from my country are only marginally better
    The terrorist attack on Mumbai was DESIGNED to provoke war with Pakistan. So an Indo-Pak war is good for the terrorist. For that very reason alone, what we need is a further acceleration of the peace process. That way perhaps a day may come when a Pakistani PM offers to help, he will mean it, and he can do it

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  2. @Nihalf: I am not hooting for a ‘war’ with Pakistan. I never did. I’m supporting a strict military action against terror camps in Pakistan. I’m supporting military action against known terror outfits in Pakistan. That’s pretty much justified after 26/11. Isn’t it?

    And you call yourself a proud Indian? May be that’s the reason you’re better off it, living in the United Kingdom. If you’re that proud why the hell are you there? Come and make this country a better place if you’re so bloody concerned.

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  3. Ha ha.. Good one! Seriously. I feel it is more of an inferiorty complex. You should have read what Thomas Friedman wrote about Pakistan in the Times of India Editorial.

    “On Feb. 6, 2006, three Pakistanis died in Peshawar and Lahore during violent street protests against Danish cartoons that had satirized the Prophet Muhammad. More such mass protests followed weeks later. When Pakistanis and other Muslims are willing to take to the streets, even suffer death, to protest an insulting cartoon published in Denmark, is it fair to ask: Who in the Muslim world, who in Pakistan, is ready to take to the streets to protest the mass murders of real people, not cartoon characters, right next door in Mumbai?”

    And NO Indian Muslim I have met supports this. I have lots of Muslim friends. But they don’t out of sheer inferiority complex like our Pakistani brothers say that it is

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  4. @Amit: Exactly!

    @Sukhbir: Interesting viewpoint you got here. It is more of an inferiority complex. It has always been an inferiority complex for Pakistanis ever since the partition. They felt like they were just thrown into one corner of the country and quarantined. It’s like when you scold a young kid by locking him up in the bathroom.

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  5. Dear Neetu,

    India has no right to talk about terrorist training camps in Pakistan because the Indian Government for many many years operated training camps for LTTE terrorists in South India and now Sri Lanka is paying the price for that.

    What happened in Bombay is what happens to countries that are wannabe superpowers. You mess too much with other states and try to compromise their sovereignty and then something comes back to bite you in the butt.

    So please, stop complaining about terror camps in Pakistan.

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  6. “Demolishing Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf’s repeated assertions that there are no terrorist training camps in his country, the co-chairman of Pakistan People’s Party, Asif Ali Zardari, says these groups pose a “very serious danger” to the sub-continental peace process.
    These camps should be dismantled so that the militants do not hold the foreign policies of India and Pakistan to ransom, Zardari said.”

    Zardari has been in power since July 2008 I guess. How many training camps has he busted?

    We’ll have to call the shots. Pakis are a bunch of morons!

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  7. LOLz!
    Kid talks. Regarding which TV Channel so “Miss I hate being Indian”, India TV was somehow contacted by one terrorist and you can very well watch those videos on Youtube. Verify the facts.
    2nd thing, nothing will happen. Nothing. I can guarantee. We, the Indians, forget our heroes in just a week or a month. Its a known fact that Kargil war cost Indian army highest number of young officers. Do you remember Kargil? No you not, otherwise you would have never ever said I hate being Indian. And Kargil is just one example.
    3rd, regarding Pakistanis, they are like you, in fact not like you, like me or any other Indian, no one would tolerate his/her motherland being targeted. The Govt of Pakistan is helpless. Even if they decide to act against these insurgents they will be in trouble, example Bhutto.
    4th, like Nihalf said, some one who hates being Indian is talking about Indian scenes. :-)
    5th, @avantika, for uniformed people like you, yes, India did train Tamil militia and for your information, RAW is involved in Baloch insurgencies.
    Finally, this debate will never ever end, because we all are prejudiced, so, am off this thread.
    Ch33r5

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  8. Zardari is right on one count, The Pakistani civilian government is not involved.
    What he means is, his newly elected government is unaware of any such activities in their country that is still heavily influenced and controlled by the Military. This was evident when the decision to send the ISI chief to India was overturned because of pressure from their Military General.
    So technically Zardari is right when he says the government is not involved.
    Their military have worked this out very carefully and smartly by using a discrete fore-front organization like LeT, backed by highly organized and secretive ISI to carry out its own operations. This way you cannot directly blame the Military or the government because they have covered their tracks.
    So from a legal stand point there is nothing the Indian government can do. But you know what? F#$% IT!
    This is when you take lessons from USA. When its about public safety and lives of 1000s of innocents, the government should take matters in their own hands and launch attacks to Pakistani ISI buildings, Let bases and training camps. Just like US did after 9/11!
    Because if this is not done, nothing changes! They continue to attack hiding behind the organizations like LeT and claim as being victims of the same game.

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  9. Hi Neetu..

    Agree with you. You know whats the bigger joke? These two penny pakis are not just fooling the rest of the world..they are also fooling themselves..look at the number of conspiracy theories they are floating around the net. Pakistan was a nation doomed to fail from the day it came into existence…as Jug puts it pakistan is all that India is not ;its India’s alter ego. how can such a barbaric nation of backstabbing cowards thrive in our backyard is what I cannot understand.

    Cheers,

    Prayukth

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  10. PLEASE READ THE FOLLOWING WITH AN OPEN MIND LOUD:

    comments FROM Farrooq Pittafis blogIndians please realize, its not pakistani govt, few radicals doin all this on both sides Indian officials talk about SURGICAL STRIKES, what happened to that massive Indian buildup in 2002 on Pakistani border I ask, NOTHING, so forget about that option, it is not 1971, Pakistan air force have planes that can reach many Indian cities and long range missiles just like India .Plus China and USA are definitely not interested in what you want.Lets forget this surgical strike option, same as 2002, when you withdrew eventually.Lets talk peace through dialogue, that’s the only way out. Think PEACE, maturity etc for sake of us and our future generations .Please do not blame the entire Pakistan for that quote unquote VIRTUAL Pakistani terrorists involvement.You never acted as mother Teresa to us in last 60 years, so don’t expect us to be suddenly saints to us.It will take sometime to build trusts between the 2 countries, and radicals from both sides will try hard to destroy this union of brotherhood if ever it happens.You guys talk about India as if it is a superpower like USA or other countries, I was amazed to hear that it took 10 hours for special units to reach Mumbai to stabilize the situation.What kind of Intelligence exists.Plus I was shocked, with all the Capital you guys talk that India has, what I saw was Mumbo police carrying those dinosaur era Rifles, no SWAT team unbelivable.Do any of you are intellectuals here, have you read history of partition, Indian land was a heaven with complete infrastructure built up by the British raaj, we got only Punjab, rest of the provinces were barren lands, nothing. But look at Pakistan now, what a difference and huge infrastructure. I give 100% credit to Pakistan armed forces that made us proud by defending our borders from a mega country like India who always had bad intentions of taking over our country .India was 100% involved in making Bangladesh.So how the trust will come and when, so wake up and smell the coffee, all of you.How can you stop these radicals, which exist both sides of the border, if USA with all its superior might could not control it, how can Pakistan do it overnight. How come you cannot control with your full strength your Kashmir and 13 separatist movements.Give evidence against these bad individuals, so they can be tried in Pakistan and if found guilty, hanged.Like minded educated people in both side of the border should think logical, lets fix both countries by building universities, cross cultural dialogues, trade etc as we are same breed and both side religions promote 100% brotherhood.But it will not happen overnight.All of you Indian nationals talking very highly of India, comparing to what country Haiti or better than Srilanka, don’t even compare your technology with USA or even Europe.You have same heavy duty corrupted individuals as Pakistan, filthy sewerage, garbage behind high rises, crowded yucky alleys with smell of human urine and miserable living conditions for citizens of both side of the border, just eat daal, fart eat curry and go home and make few more babies to create a population explosion. Many of you right now must be powerless and miserable in your lives by living in a 3rd world country but feel proud to vent all out on this sophisticated kind blog of farrukh, enjoy but what is you were saying is all crap away from REALITY as all of us have ZERO clue what’s going on right now, so wake up Indians.But all of you are still lucky to have this access to Internet as you are still better than a common Indian. I mean both countries are so far behind that we still have power outages and I feel bad we have such a big transportation problem, in this day and age majority of common people in other developed nations have a nice comfy car, and all of us ride motorcycle wow.It just amazes me how confident we talk, these westerners must really be laughing hard at us really with our sewerage mentality after all that education.Existence of Few billionaires in India does not solve the problem of a common man .Corrupt Politicians just like we have in Pakistan, hunger, preventable infectious diseases due to overflowing sewerage, a silent epidemic of AIDS.So slow down guys, all of you including Pakistanis sure are pathetically helpless in this unfolding drama of Brutality.Long live Pakistan, Pakistan Zindabad.

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  11. YOU GUYS ARE IN WORST SITUATION THEN US, COME OUT OF YOUR FANTASY AND ACCEPT THE REAL TRUTH AND FIRST FIX YOUR REALITY AND BE A GOOD NEIGHBOUR, INDIA IS JUST A GLASS HOUSE, PLEASE READ BELOW:

    PLEASE DO READ, ARCHIVES FROM BBC,CAN INDIA FULLY CONTROL THE FOLLOWING, DO YOU WANT TO BLAME PAKISTAN FOR THE FOLLOWING GOING ON IN INDIA READ: ARE WE BLAMING INDIA FOR ALL THE UNREST IN KARACHI? THANK GOD for PARTITION AND INDEPENDENT PAKISTAN I LOVE PAKISTAN

    1) A bomb has exploded in a passenger train in India’s north-eastern state of Assam, killing at least three people.

    Assam police chief GM Srivastava told the BBC that 30 other passengers had been injured, some of them seriously.

    2) There has been a major security alert at Delhi’s main international airport.

    The BBC initially quoted an incorrect claim from an airport worker that six people had been shot and killed at Indira Gandhi International Airport.

    3)Organisations representing Bodo and Adivasi tribes people in India’s troubled north-eastern state of Assam are heading towards a showdown.

    They have both been threatening the state’s beleaguered coalition government with “dire consequences” unless it addresses their differing political interests.

    4)At least 48 people have died in a series of attacks across the states of Nagaland and Assam in north-east India.
    Two bombs exploded in the main commercial centre of Dimapur town in Nagaland – one at a train station and another at a local market.

    At least 28 people were killed and more than 100 injured in the morning blasts

    5)Separatists in Nagaland, Mizoram, Manipur and Assam have tapped into these differences and been able to challenge the control of the Indian state.

    The central government has used military force to quell these rebellions, which in turn has often provoked more violence.

    6)At least 50 train passengers have been injured in attacks by armed mobs in the northern Indian state of Bihar.
    The youths were protesting over alleged discrimination against Biharis who had tried for jobs with Indian Railways in the neighbouring state of Assam.

    7)
    By Subir Bhaumik
    BBC correspondent in Calcutta

    Unidentified gunmen have attacked two hideouts used by separatist fighters from north-eastern India in the Himalayan kingdom of Bhutan in the past 24 hours.

    8)In these parts,Madhya Pradesh, more and more children like Richa are “falling silent” because of diseases associated with malnutrition and hunger.

    But their deaths remain cold statistics; they largely escape the attention of political parties battling to win the upcoming state elections.

    Groups like the Right to Food Campaign insist that malnutrition is chronic in vast swathes of Madhya Pradesh.

    Some 325 children, they say, have died of diarrhoea, measles and acute respiratory distress – diseases typically associated with severe malnutrition – in just four districts between May and October this year.

    More worryingly, they say, the government is in complete denial.

    9)Twelve Indian states have “alarming” levels of hunger while the situation is “extremely alarming” in the state of Madhya Pradesh, says a new report.

    Madhya Pradesh’s nutrition problems, it says, are comparable to the African countries of Ethiopia and Chad.

    India has more people suffering hunger – a figure above 200 million – than any other country in the world, it says.

    The report, released as part of the 2008 Global Hunger Index, ranks India at 66 out 88 countries.

    10)HIV is ‘out of control’ in India

    It is claimed that Aids is chiefly spread among sex workers
    A senior Aids expert has warned that HIV in India is “out of control”.
    The executive director of the Global Fund to Fight Aids said that the epidemic in India is spreading rapidly and nothing is being done to stop it.

    Richard Feachem warned that India has overtaken South Africa as the country with the most HIV positive patients.

    He warned that the epidemic has spread so quickly that India needed to “wake up” and take the problem seriously, otherwise millions of people will die.

    11)By Kumar Malhotra
    BBC News

    Not everyone in India faces a bright future

    Every now and then, India gets a stark reminder that the feel good factor created by high growth rates in recent years eludes millions of its people.

    One came earlier this month when Unicef said that India had some of the worst rates of child survival in the world. In 2006, 2.5 million children under five died in India and China, of whom 2.1 million were in India.

    12)For the first 45 years after independence, economic growth and development in India was poor. One explanation, known as ‘The Hindu rate of growth’ argued that Indian culture prevented it developing in the way other nations did. In reality, India’s vibrant entrepreneurial culture was stifled by restrictive economic policies that seriously undermined development. Recent reforms have injected a new sense of life into India’s sluggish economy. Gordon Corera reports.

    13)Police in the central Indian state of Madhya Pradesh have arrested around 150 hardline Hindu activists for allegedly forcing their way into a disputed religious monument.

    President Kalam urged restraint on both sides

    Firing tear gas, police managed to repel up to 500 others when they tried to force their way in.

    The incident happened in an area called Bhojshala, in the state’s Dhar district, about 100 miles south-west of the capital Bhopal.

    The Hindu mob tried to rush to the site after an announcement by the group, Hindu Jagran Manch, that it intended to enter the disputed structure.

    Both Hindus and Muslims claim the 11th century monument as their own.

    14)By Ram Kripal Singh
    Senior editor, Navbharat Times

    Ten years after the destruction of the Babri mosque, we can ponder the gains and losses as much as we want.

    But to my mind we gained nothing – but lost a lot.

    When other Asian nations are busy building their future, we are embroiled in… disputes over mosques and temples.

    All of us suffered losses: the nation, the people and the political parties.

    The journey which began at that time to enhance India’s Hindu identity reached a terrible climax in Gujarat state earlier this year.

    Everyone is a loser in this journey from Ayodhya to Gujarat.

    15)The Baglihar dam and hydro-electric power project is being built by India over the Chenab river that flows from Indian-administered Kashmir into Pakistan.

    If India is not ready to demonstrate a spirit of accommodation for an issue which is very clear… how are they going to solve much harder issues like Kashmir?

    Pakistan Foreign Ministry spokesman Masood Khan

    Islamabad says the dam will obstruct the flow of water into Pakistan.

    It says the project violates a deal brokered by the World Bank in 1960 for sharing river water between the two countries.

    16)At least eight people have been killed and up to 22 injured in a bomb explosion in the Pakistani city of Karachi.
    Eyewitnesses say there was a huge explosion as the bomb went off on Arambagh road in the centre of the city at 1900 local time (1400 GMT). But the governor of Sindh province, Mohamed Azim Daud Pota, has accused the Indian intelligence agency, Raw (Research and Analysis Wing), of being behind this latest attack.

    17) now the time for “a decisive fight” against Pakistan, a country which he said was fighting a proxy war against India in Kashmir.

    There is all sorts of speculation about a possible Indian punitive strike against bases from which militants prepare for operations across the Line of Control in Indian-administered territory.

    But while the political pressures for action are strong, India’s military options are probably limited.strategic debate inside India which suggests that its military options may be limited.

    Some strategic commentators have dismissed India’s massive movement of troops and tanks to forward bases as a strategically irrelevant step, reminiscent of the mass European mobilisations of 1914.

    One Indian think-tank has described this forward deployment as “the act of an outdated armed force, desperately thrashing about in the only way it knows”.By Mukul Devichand
    BBC Radio 4’s Crossing Continents

    Dharavi is a bustling hive of activity and commerce

    Mukesh Mehta wears a crisp shirt and tie as he picks his way past makeshift shacks and stinking open gutters in Dharavi, Asia’s largest slum.

    Dharavi is a dense labyrinth of dirt roads in the centre of India’s biggest and most economically important city, Mumbai (Bombay).
    By Kaushik Basu
    Professor of economics, Cornell University

    The aim is to provide the children additional skills

    Anandan is an unusual teaching institution in Calcutta. It aims to provide all-round, supplementary education to very poor slum children.

    It was started in 1999 by a group of middle-class housewives, among them my sister. They did a survey of slums near their homes, were dismayed by the poverty and paucity of education the children received and so they started out with 10 students and one teacher, whom they paid out of their own pockets.

    18)India’s population will keep on rising and the UN expects it to reach around 1.6 billion by 2050, by which time it will have overtaken China to become the world’s most populated country.One of the biggest challenges will be the supply of water.

    Agriculture uses most of India’s fresh water. If India is to feed a population of 1.6 billion it will need to dramatically increase its agricultural production.

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  12. INDIA THE SUPER:

    1)If India is to feed a population of 1.6 billion it will need to dramatically increase its agricultural production as per UN.

    2) troubled separist areas: asaam, nagaland, bhutan, kashmir,bihar etc etc.

    3) Twelve Indian states have “alarming” levels of hunger while the situation is “extremely alarming” in the state of Madhya Pradesh, says a new report. Madhya Pradesh’s nutrition problems, it says, are comparable to the African countries of Ethiopia and Chad. India has more people suffering hunger – a figure above 200 million – than any other country in the world, it says. The report, released as part of the 2008 Global Hunger Index, ranks India at 66 out 88 countries.

    4)Gordon Corera reports: For the first 45 years after independence, economic growth and development in India was poor. One explanation, known as ‘The Hindu rate of growth’ argued that Indian culture prevented it developing in the way other nations did. In reality, India’s vibrant entrepreneurial culture was stifled by restrictive economic policies that seriously undermined development.

    5)HIV is ‘out of control’ in India A senior Aids expert has warned that HIV in India is “out of control”.
    The executive director of the Global Fund to Fight Aids said that the epidemic in India is spreading rapidly and nothing is being done to stop itRichard Feachem warned that India has overtaken South Africa as the country with the most HIV positive patients. He warned that the epidemic has spread so quickly that India needed to “wake up” and take the problem seriously, otherwise millions of people will die.

    6)Unicef said that India had some of the worst rates of child survival in the world. In 2006, 2.5 million children under five died in India and China, of whom 2.1 million were in India.

    7)Police in the central Indian state of Madhya Pradesh have arrested around 150 hardline Hindu activists for allegedly forcing their way into a disputed religious monument.

    8) By Ram Kripal Singh
    Senior editor, Navbharat Times ,after the destruction of the Babri mosque, we can ponder the gains and losses as much as we want. But to my mind we gained nothing – but lost a lot.When other Asian nations are busy building their future, we are embroiled in… disputes over mosques and temples.All of us suffered losses: the nation, the people and the political parties. The journey which began at that time to enhance India’s Hindu identity reached a terrible climax in Gujarat state earlier this year. Everyone is a loser in this journey from Ayodhya to Gujarat.

    9) The Baglihar dam and hydro-electric power project is being built by India over the Chenab river that flows from Indian-administered Kashmir into Pakistan.If India is not ready to demonstrate a spirit of accommodation for an issue which is very clear… how are they going to solve much harder issues like Kashmir? Islamabad says the dam will obstruct the flow of water into Pakistan. It says the project violates a deal brokered by the World Bank in 1960 for sharing river water between the two countries.

    10)At least eight people have been killed and up to 22 injured in a bomb explosion in the Pakistani city of Karachi.Eyewitnesses say there was a huge explosion as the bomb went off on Arambagh road in the centre of the city at 1900 local time (1400 GMT). But the governor of Sindh province, Mohamed Azim Daud Pota, has accused the Indian intelligence agency, Raw (Research and Analysis Wing), of being behind this latest attack.

    11) There is all sorts of speculation about a possible Indian punitive strike against bases from which militants prepare for operations across the Line of Control in Indian-administered territory. But while the political pressures for action are strong, India’s military options are probably limited.strategic debate inside India which suggests that its military options may be limited.Some strategic commentators have dismissed India’s massive movement of troops and tanks to forward bases as a strategically irrelevant step, reminiscent of the mass European mobilisations of 1914. One Indian think-tank has described this forward deployment as “the act of an outdated armed force, desperately thrashing about in the only way it knows.

    12)By Mukul Devichand
    BBC Radio 4’s Crossing Continents Dharavi is a bustling hive of activity and commerce Mukesh Mehta wears a crisp shirt and tie as he picks his way past makeshift shacks and stinking open gutters in Dharavi, Asia’s largest slum. Dharavi is a dense labyrinth of dirt roads in the centre of India’s biggest and most economically important city, Mumbai (Bombay).

    13)By Kaushik Basu,Professor of economics, Cornell University ,The aim is to provide the children additional skills Anandan is an unusual teaching institution in Calcutta. It aims to provide all-round, supplementary education to very poor slum children. It was started in 1999 by a group of middle-class housewives, among them my sister. They did a survey of slums near their homes, were dismayed by the poverty and paucity of education the children received.

    NOW BRING DOWN YOUR EGOS AND LETS TALK PEACE AND HARMONY

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  13. @Morquendi: IPKF was sent to Sri Lanka to bug out the crap there. Rajiv Gandhi was taken down at Sri Lanka because of this thing. We’re not training any more terrorists like Pakistan. If Pakistan talks about Peace, why doesn’t it shut down terror camps first.
    Mr. Zardari, while not in power, claimed there are terror camps which pose a grave threat to the peace process with India. He’s in power now. How many terror camps has he shot down?

    @Akhil: Exactly! You got my point there dude.

    @Avantika: I’ll drink to that!

    @Kumar Chetan Sharma: India TV was contacted by the devil. India TV is where everyone calls. No one watches India TV. The terrorists were Pakistani and there’s evidence that US approves. That’s got to be something.
    Even I agree our Government is impotent. No one is targeting Pakistan, Kumar. We’re not against the Pakistani people. We don’t mean a full scale war, we just need to crack down on terror outfits residing there.

    @Aslam Bhai: If Gandhigiri is the best way to go, go teach those freak asses the same thing in your terror camps.

    @Concerned Citizen: Zardari has no control on his pants. Let alone the entire nation.

    @Pratyukth: Exactly!

    @abdlsy: You can chant these Paki slogans sitting back there in the US dude. I can understand. Just watch out if the Federal agencies are tracking you, they might chuck you out.

    Leave India to us, you guys manage your own little world over there. That way we all can live in peace.

    And I’m not cute. For you I’m a devil. I’ll kick your ass if I ever see you.

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  14. Neetu, I love pakistan and cute people, Why will the fed agencies care about presenting Indian reality on a blog and free fair speech, thats such an immature comment with no deep thought given to it.You need to do a little research about the globe and its history, do you think few strikes by India on whatever justification, do you pridict that angry paki army will not retaliate and innocent people on both sides will risk their existance, for what, will eliminate the radicals on both sidesPeace

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  15. I am enjoying this communication, my answers to your responses in BIG CAPS:
    abdlsy: You can chant these Paki slogans sitting back there in the US dude. YES I LOVE TO CHANT MY PAKISTAN

    I can understand. Just watch out if the Federal agencies are tracking you, they might chuck you out.

    my answer: Why will the fed agencies care about presenting Indian reality on a blog and free fair speech, thats such an immature comment with no deep thought given to it

    Leave India to us, you guys manage your own little world over there. That way we all can live in peace.MY ANSWER: AWESOME IDEA, I just commented a huge reality outcome list about India, so you guys cool down as same problems exist on both side of the border,common educated people have really deepest sympathies for whoever did that brutal, inhuman attack in mumbai, my religion or any religion teaches to harm innocent humans, these few radicals are remanents of post-soviet war in afghanistan, let us spread education, cross cultural dialougue and never let these few fanatics spoil our good neighbour conduct, pakistan army lost 1200 soldiers in north and with this unstable afghanistan and very porus border, all kinds of cave mentality people cross in and out, lets change their generation by providing a fresh approach, by building schools universities instead of wiping out their families, will creat more mentality unstable generation in future, who wants to die or fight for any cause in their right mind with nice shahraukh khan movies, cricket, cute people etc etc in this world, poverty, misery , lack of education causes all this therefore need civilized approach to this problem, I can assure this and previous govermet trieing very very hard, but it cannot be wiped out overnight, be a good cooperative neighbour and that will bear fruits in the long run, even USA cannot control it there and even US have not yet able to figure out how to control illegal immigrant at mexice US long border same terrain, river, marshy land, barren to bushy areas.But really pakistan is trying.

    And I’m not cute. For you I’m a devil. I’ll kick your ass if I ever see you.

    Look all cute people say that and you will not do that, thats a very popular comment, so chill, its a compliment, unless you inserted somebody elses picture.BYE

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  16. I just have to post about this, but this jogged my memory of the news with the CEO of Craigslist asking for an apology from the Attorney General. Always something happening with CL and events in the news.

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