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Kiran Kumar (Lawyer)     04 November 2009

do u still feel proud to be an Indian?



the above mentioned link is must read for all of us....


pls read the story of Patient death in PGI, Chandigarh while the PM was on visit there.


had it been a case of US the president of US would have resigned.


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Suchitra. S (Advocate)     05 November 2009

I totally agree with your views, Sir. This is India. Nobody cars for a common man. When we all can travel in the jam packed traffic daily, why cant they do it? You have quoted a case of a patient which is sad, but then, everybody in the traiffic will be busy with one or the other appointments. We, people of Bangalore will be cursing these politicians when they make us wait for hours for our turn to cross the road while these people pass. It is terrible.

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sir  according to me whole of the executive machinery /structure is required to be reviewed. it is pity to say all of  us are just like toys in the hands of politicians. Excessive importance to politicians in todays world has become a trend. recently on india tv also news was displayed in which there was politician who was attending the marriage while their was fire explosions in the refinery in which many people die.........

Until and unless people change their attitude towards such people this all mishappenings will continue

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N.K.Assumi (Advocate)     05 November 2009

Dear Kiran, your story is a sad one, but to do great things at times small mistake crept in, so I am of the view tht PM should not be blamed or should resigned. Under no circumstamces this be labelled with politics as this is my persnal views only. Since PMO is monitoring the episode let all hope for some good things for the beraved family. Thank you Kiran, for posting such important social issues.

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Mani Narayanaswamy (Lawyer)     05 November 2009

View things differently. Security is a must for a prime minister of India. Please also note of the prime minister's apology and subsequent instructions he has given to his security personnel.  Hats off to our prime minister. 

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I am very sorry to say US President is much more cruel than any other Presidents in the world. I am not a Congress man. But the incidence is pity. 

Anil Agrawal (Retired)     08 November 2009

 Mark my word. It will happen again. We don't know how the security of PM goes head over heels and tramples upon our freedom. 

I donot know what sort of protection our leaders desire and given. Has anyone of them been hurt? Against thousands of soldiers of Indian Peace Keeping Force getting killed in Sri Lanka and thousands of Sikhs being massacred in Delhi, the assassination of Rajiv Gandhi and Indira Gandhi, though regrettable, does not leave us wondering.

Protection? Kennedy was the most protected man in the world. Yet an assassin's bullets took his life. When will our leaders understand? Today they are roaming the streets. Tomorrow they travel in red beacon car, police escort and black cats accompany them. Suddenly, these people become targets? What a joke. I repeat British PM travels just with an autorider and no roads are closed for him. 

meenakshi goyal (lawyer)     10 November 2009

actually people just rfuse to grow up and develop a thinking of their own. the system we have here is a colonial legacy, and people, like helpless sheep, rever these bada saahibs as mai baaps. even the educated ones do it, so naturally those assuming power also assume unnecessary airs about themselves! also they take VIP treatment and privileges and treatment as amatter of right and the same is then reinforced because of undue leverage given by people to them!!

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