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D-21/2
Aug 30, 2014
03:28 AM

Modi should remember that in Pakistan PMs or Prsidents are never in power.  It is the military Hunta which decides what should be done and what shouldn't be done.  Hence any impression he got from talking to Mr. Sharif is meaningless.

P.B. Joshipura, Suffolk, Virginia
D-20/4
Aug 30, 2014
03:23 AM

When you can speak from Lal Killah without notes, any answer you give will seem pre-canned.  Un-canny ability of Narendra Modi.  Seldom seen on Indian political scene.  Bravo. 

P.B. Joshipura
Suffolk, Virginia, United States
D-19/2
Aug 30, 2014
03:13 AM

Kidnapped on August 4 and raped till now?

LIES!

Women who LIE in order to fulfill malicious intent, and to defame males, must have their tongues chopped and boiling oil must be poured into their cu*ts.

Misogynist, Chennai
D-18/5
Aug 30, 2014
02:47 AM
The article with its sardonic humour does a great job of describing the scene of the Hyderabadi arriviste at play. Some of the sights at the club may even have been cringe inducing. However, I for one, welcome the club as it provides relief from the so-called Bollywood disco beats. That self appointed protector of morals, Devi should focus on real issues relating to poverty and/or get a life, and not be judgmental on the dating habits of well heeled youngsters. And under what authority can the Police Commissioner issue orders to restrict gainful employment to hard working women wishing to waitress in the so called "Playboy" clubs? Really, what a bunch of busy bodies!!!
Raja Panwar
Edmonton, Canada
D-17/31
Aug 30, 2014
02:33 AM

>> Hindu women come readily to us because after conversion we facilitate their marriages to Muslims

Maybe when Saroja said that conversion to Islam is easy, she was talking about Paki laws, and secretly hoping that they shall be implemented in India too.

Whats InAName
San Francisco, United States
D-16/3
Aug 30, 2014
02:12 AM

Happy Ganesh Chaturthi everyone!

Anwaar, Dallas
D-15/3
Aug 30, 2014
02:09 AM


Thanks to MMS and PC!
 

Anwaar, Dallas
D-14/4
Aug 30, 2014
02:07 AM


Akash Verma,

>> "Obama makes Manmohan SIngh look decisive and tough."

A decisive readiness to be aggressive anywhere anytime would be the only policy acceptable to Bush-tards like you!

Anwaar, Dallas
D-13/7
Aug 30, 2014
02:06 AM

Nice article. I have experienced it.

sankar
Pondicherry, India
D-12/3
Aug 30, 2014
02:03 AM


Akash Vema,

>> "Obama's admittance that he does not have a strategy on ISIS."

You lying is in Fox News style! Obama has a well-defined stratedy on ISIS in Iraq. He and his team are working on a strategy on ISIS in Syria.

Anwaar, Dallas
D-11/50
Aug 30, 2014
01:54 AM


D.L.Narayan,

>>>> "Hindus and Muslims belong to the same race."

>> "Which is why I called Jinnah communal."

Sanghi logic?

>> "In his view, however, they belonged to different nations. Hence, as per Jinnah's view, he was a racist."

Savarkar, Golwalkar, Lala Lajpatrai and Madan Mohan Malaviya too believed in the two-nation theory. Were they all racists? Two-nation theory, by the way did not necessarily mean partition. Jinnah, together with Nehru and Patel, did try to find a confederate solution.

Anwaar
Dallas, United States
D-10/49
Aug 30, 2014
01:43 AM


>> "Pakistan under Jinnah unleashed a monstorous genocide against Hindus."

As soon as I saw the above malicious lie I knew right away that it must be from Saachbolo. It was! The guy is a veritable hate factory!

Anwaar
Dallas, United States
D-9/1
Aug 30, 2014
01:37 AM


Why else would they appoint a rabid communalist like Yogi Adityanath to run BJP's election campaign?

Anwaar, Dallas
D-8/1
Aug 30, 2014
01:34 AM


Sickos!
 

Anwaar, Dallas
D-7/1
Aug 30, 2014
01:30 AM


Sure we are all Hindis, not Hindus!
 

Anwaar, Dallas
D-6/1
Aug 30, 2014
01:27 AM


Ending a brutal and evil entity cannot be compared to either Iraq 1 or Iraq 2.
 

Anwaar
Dallas, United States
D-5/3
Aug 30, 2014
01:24 AM


Pre-canned answers!
 

Anwaar
Dallas, United States
D-4/48
Aug 30, 2014
01:17 AM

If one wants to learn how to asphyxiate minorities, no need to read Mein Kampf. Just look across the border, at the land of the Pure.

"According to the European Organisation of Pakistani Minorities, events of violence against minorities in terms of target killing, sectarian killing, torching of holy books and temples, rape, murder, forced conversion, and abductions in the past six months have effected up to 150 Shias, 23 Hazaras, 45 Hindus, 21 Sikhs, 66 Christians, 22 Ahmadis and 13 others.

"Over 27 incidents of desecration of temples and holy books of religious minorities have occurred in the past six months. Around 5,000 Hindus migrate from Pakistan to India and other countries every year due to religious persecution. According to another report, an estimated 1,000 Christian and Hindu women are forced to convert and marry Muslim men every year."

tribune.com.pk/story/729410/minority-rights-cultural-diversity-under-threat-in-pakistan/

D.L.Narayan
Visakhapatnam, India
D-3/30
Aug 30, 2014
12:56 AM

An eye-opener for R Saroja:

According to a report from the Movement for Solidarity and Peace, about 1,000 non-Muslim girls are converted to Islam each year in Pakistan. Every month, an estimated 20 or more Hindu girls are abducted and converted, although exact figures are impossible to gather, said Amarnath Motumal, the vice chairperson of the Human Rights Commission of Pakistan (HRCP).

Some Muslim leaders consider it an honour to convert non-Muslim girls.

Muslim cleric Mian Abdul Malik - who leads the Bharchundi Sharif Shrine, famous for conversions of young Hindu girls - discounted the complaints of the Hindu community.

"There's no such thing as forced conversions in Islam and in Pakistan," he told Al Jazeera.

This year, Malik has converted two Hindu men and 15 Hindu women. Asked about this ratio, he said: "Hindu women come readily to us because after conversion we facilitate their marriages to Muslims."

www.aljazeera.com/indepth/features/2014/08/forced-conversions-torment-pakistan-hindus-201481795524630505.html

D.L.Narayan
Visakhapatnam, India
D-2/18
Aug 30, 2014
12:43 AM


Tariq Ramadan’s ‘Quest for Meaning’

Book review by Karen Armstrong

" Instead of blaming the other, we need to develop the critical ability to stand back and speak out against the abuses of “our” side, taking back full responsibility for our actions. We have to reacquaint ourselves with history, realising that there is no such thing as a “pure” personal or civilisational identity and that we have all been shaped by diverse influences......we should lay aside habitual modes of thought, abandon self-serving certainties, and realise how little we know about one another."

www.ft.com/cms/s/2/85ac8582-9b62-11df-8239-00144feab49a.html#axzz3BkoS6xeB
 

Anwaar
Dallas, United States
D-1/47
Aug 30, 2014
12:12 AM

>>Hindus in India, should treat muslims the same way as muslim Pakistan treats Hindus.....Reciprocity is the only tool non-muslims have to send a message to..

Men who write thus should be scared of women.

R. Saroja
Bombay, India
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