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D-141/23
Jul 31, 2014
08:48 PM

"Many Indians feel that legitimising the LoC is a pragmatic and feasible solution."
LOC has been treated like the de facto border by both sides for the last six decades. When Indians complain of cross-border terrorism in J&K from the POK based militants, tacitly they are acknowledging the reality.
The rest of the world has also accepted the situation and they do not care any more. As long as the imbecile minds in India and Pakistan do not grow up and see reasons in a mature manner, the status quo will continue for many more years.

DC
NEW YORK, United States
D-140/22
Jul 31, 2014
08:41 PM
DL Narayan --- " Many Indians feel that legitimising the LoC is a pragmatic and feasible solution " ----- the problem is "many Indians" might feel this way but the Pakistanis might not. The Pakistanis describe Kashmir as IHK( Indian held Kashmir). It is dangerous to assume your opponent will think like you do. The Americans do this and that leads to the usual disastrous outcomes
MK Saini
Delhi, India
D-139/3
Jul 31, 2014
08:34 PM

Did anyone tell Kerry that he is in India and not in China? I have never seen an American grovelling this much in India.

Akash Verma, Chennai
D-138/2
Jul 31, 2014
08:30 PM

The lengths to which kerry is going to woo Modi is fascinating. Sashtanga namaskar is not known to Americans. If kerry had known that, he would fallen flat in front of Modi. He is doing everything else at the moment.

Akash Verma, Chennai
D-137/26
Jul 31, 2014
08:28 PM
this process where by a Muslim gang attacks a property (in the early hours of Saturday morning after their prayers) shows how the Hindu community in states like Pakistan have diminished so rapidly. Here in UP the state administration has to maintain appearances. If it was an entirely Muslim administration, the police SP would say "nothing happened". If you were in Pakistan (or any Muslim state for that matter) you would quickly understand the hopelessness of the situation
MK Saini, Delhi
D-136/25
Jul 31, 2014
08:19 PM
this article is written in a blatantly dishonest secular manner and allows propagandists like Anwaar to spin it how they like. Fact is it was a Muslim gang organised by their local warlord to attack Sikh property. Why can't the article report the facts. The BJP leader Anwaar quoted is correct , whether you like it or not.----- If you hide the facts, is that also not communal? Will it also not lead to more communalism, because people are angry about this transparent attempt to shield "members of a particular community"
MK Saini, Delhi
D-135/1
Jul 31, 2014
08:16 PM

Now John Kerry welcomes the saffron revolution!!!!!!!! From visa denial to becoming a pracharak in RSS, John Kerry has covered quite a distance in so short a time.

What next? Has Kerry got any plans to do Ganga arati?

Akash Verma, Chennai
D-134/2
Jul 31, 2014
08:14 PM

What is so big deal?  Who found the listening device?  Just call him/her to Parliament and say who is right.  Those who are supposed to be victim(s) themselves say that there was no listening device found from their house.  Then why it is bothering everybody else?

P.B. Joshipura, Suffolk, Virginia
D-133/17
Jul 31, 2014
08:10 PM

I hope Vinod Mehta becomes the ghost writer. He can title the book "Cambridge Girl".

Akash Verma, Chennai
D-132/16
Jul 31, 2014
08:08 PM

" you can hire Chetan Bhagat as your ghost writer"

One thing is certain; Sonia G is incapable of writing her own book. She needs someone to do her job for her,  just as MMS did for a decade.

Chetan Bhagat is not a flunkey of the dynasty so he is ruled out. Mani Shankar Aiyar will be an excellent choice but he lacks Tharoor's elegance. Can't think of anyone else.....definitely not Kapil Sibal, his pretensions to being a poet notwithstanding.

D.L.Narayan
Visakhapatnam, India
D-131/15
Jul 31, 2014
08:07 PM

The Nehru way of writing books is to write the books while in jail.

I sincerely hope Sonia gets convicted in the National Herald case as soon as possible. Then she will be in jail and then she can write her book from jail. She will thus have a golden chance to follow the footsteps of Nehru.

Akash Verma, Chennai
D-130/14
Jul 31, 2014
08:01 PM

Yes. Vinod Mehta, Chetan Bhagat, Shashi Tharoor all are qualified Ghost writers.  But first, they will have to die to be a Ghost and then write for Sonia Gandhi. 

P.B. Joshipura, Suffolk, Virginia
D-129/21
Jul 31, 2014
07:59 PM

" Actually I did. Read my posts again."

Yes, you did but I did not see it since I was responding to your earlier post.

The Kashmir issue is far more complicated than it seems to be. Let's agree to disagree.

D.L.Narayan
Visakhapatnam, India
D-128/20
Jul 31, 2014
07:58 PM

The stupidity of trading land will be evident with a tiny example.

In the 1970s, Indira Gandhi gave away Katchatheevu to Sri Lanka. We had it and we gave it to Sri Lanka without getting anything in return.

The fishermen problem we have till date is because of that. The areas around the place is the rich catchment area. Indian coast is not that rich in fish. So our fishermen have to cross into Lankan waters. They get arrested. This has been a recurring theme for the last 30 years.

There was no need to give katchatheevu in the first place. Indira thought she was improving relations with Lanka. It is only causing more problems today.

Akash Verma
Chennai, India
D-127/19
Jul 31, 2014
07:35 PM

"There is no problem at all"

You are speaking like Anwaar. Let me simplify the question. Do you think there is really a territorial dispute or is the dispute because of Pakistan's greediness?

Both are different issues and requires different responses. The trouble with people like you is that you have confused the two.

Akash Verma
Chennai, India
D-126/18
Jul 31, 2014
07:33 PM

"You have the right to disagree vehemently but the onus of telling us why rests with you."

Actually I did. Read my posts again.

As for what do I propose---you have said it. Have an active policy to break Pak in 15-20 years. Then the situation will be ripe.

Let me repeat what I said 1) TO think that making LoC will satisfy Pak and that it wont create any problem in future is plain foolishness. It is extremely naive. Even if you give the whole of Kashmir, Pak will not be satisfied. They will start demanding Punjab 2) Even more basic-trading land for peace makes the country spineless and a eunuch. Such a country does not deserve independence in the first place.

Akash Verma
Chennai, India
D-125/13
Jul 31, 2014
07:30 PM

Yes Yes, Write a book,  you can hire Chetan Bhagat as your ghost writer, he should be able to handle the subject, I think!! LOL

K Sinha, Phoenix
D-124/17
Jul 31, 2014
07:29 PM

"Solution to what? I have a hard time understanding this."

Absolutely. There is no problem at all. Maybe it is all a media creation. There were no wars, no 26/11. Wonder what the brouhaha is all about?

D.L.Narayan
Visakhapatnam, India
D-123/12
Jul 31, 2014
07:23 PM

Here is a appropriate title: "What Big Suckers Indian Public, Indian Politicians and Indian Media are and How I Royally Phucked Them All."

Ravi Jain, Hyderabad
D-122/16
Jul 31, 2014
07:22 PM

" If you think that, by making LoC as a border, you are solving the Indo_Pak dispute, you are simply deluding and making a fool of yourself."

What do you propose? Nuking Pakistan out of existence? Or wait for that failed state to self destruct and then reintegrate PoK into the Indian Union?

Come up with a practical solution instead of resorting to pseudosecular style ad hominem attacks. Many Indians feel that legitimising the LoC is a pragmatic and feasible solution. You have the right to disagree vehemently but the onus of telling us why rests with you.

D.L.Narayan
Visakhapatnam, India
D-121/15
Jul 31, 2014
07:10 PM

" LoC as the international border is the only solution possible"

Solution to what? I have a hard time understanding this. What exactly is the problem you are trying to solve?

Akash Verma
Chennai, India
D-120/11
Jul 31, 2014
07:09 PM

If Sonia will indeed "write" her autobiography, it will create publishing history.

By all counts, the story of an Italian girl from a family of very modest means who went to Cambridge to work as an au pair and went on to become one of the most powerful (and richest) women in history is extremely fascinating. Add to it a fairy tale romance with an extremely handsome prince and there is nothing more one could ask for.

But there is more to this saga - assasinations, espionage, political intrigues, palace coups, domestic squabbles, the works.

With so much masala, there is no need to fictionalise the events. However, I am afraid that the autobiography will be high on fiction and low on facts.

PS: Given Ms. Gandhi's writing skills, I am sure she will need a ghost writer. May I propose Shashi Tharoor, an acclaimed author of both fiction and non-fiction for this post. 

D.L.Narayan
Visakhapatnam, India
D-119/1
Jul 31, 2014
07:00 PM

" that PMO files were sent to the Congress President for approval."

As K Tanna said on twitter, the files did not go FROM PMO to Sonia. They went FROM Sonia TO PMO.

Makes sense.

Akash Verma, Chennai
D-118/14
Jul 31, 2014
06:57 PM

Moreover, the basic premise of trading land for peace is wrong. You can sometimes do it as a purely tactical measure but to use it as a strategy is plain wrong and shows the country to be a eunuch-nothing else.

Tomorrow we can give up tracts in Arunachal to make peace with China. We can give up Sikkim. Where do you stop this?

The current climate does not allow for retaking PoK. But to give up is plain stupidity and cowardliness. We have to keep waiting for the right opportunity(rather take steps to create the right opportunity) and then take the land back. That is manliness.

Akash Verma
Chennai, India
D-117/13
Jul 31, 2014
06:49 PM

"Reg Kashmir, I am in full agreement with you. I strongly believe that legitimising the LoC as the international border is the only solution possible"

There is absolutely no reason to give up our claim on PoK. If you think that, by making LoC as a border, you are solving the Indo_Pak dispute, you are simply deluding and making a fool of yourself.

Akash Verma
Chennai, India
D-116/12
Jul 31, 2014
06:43 PM

@ Bonita - "It's not going to happen."

It might not happen but that is the only way forward, the only solution - Israel and Palestine co-existing in relative peace. Whether Israel will withdraw fully or partially from Arab areas depends on how the peace process moves forward once it is set in motion. Even the US will not support Israel if it is unwilling to vacate areas occupied in the 71 war. Right now, the only impediment to implementation of the 2 decade old Oslo accords is the belligerence of Palestinian militant groups like Hamas and Islamic Jihad.

Reg Kashmir, I am in full agreement with you. I strongly believe that legitimising the LoC as the international border is the only solution possible.

The Cyprus situation is similar to Kashmir's. In 1974, when the pro-Enosis (union with Greece) army staged a coup, the Turkish army invaded and occupied one third of the island. A peace was brokered and there was a peaceful exchange of populations between the Turkish North and Greek South. Incidentally, in 1984, I had spent a week as a tourist there and in Nicosia, I was warned not to take pictures at the border which cuts through the city. Cyprus is relatively peaceful and there is no desire for reunification of the island.

D.L.Narayan
Visakhapatnam, India
D-115/11
Jul 31, 2014
06:39 PM
# 2/D65: ... "And our pseudo-scholars people keep blaming the victims!" - Faruki .... Does Modi belong to pseudo-scholars (whatever that may mean - I thought, pseudo-seculars is the right term to be used in this forum)? .... Anyway, India under Modi's command has voted to condemn Israel for violation of human rights in the international stage. What more can Hindu India do in this issue? It seems the converts are to blame Hindus whatever the situation is in their Islamic Ummah world beyond India's sovereignty. Worth noting that in Kashmir Valley Islam has cleansed out the Hindus - a politically similar situation, and the Muslims are silent on this !
Pinaki S Ray
Adelaide, Australia
D-114/15
Jul 31, 2014
06:20 PM

I am convinced that Nutwar is lying about files going from PMO to 10 Janpath. Why would anyone from any ministry send any file to PMO? They would have directly sent it to 10 janpath.

Akash Verma, Chennai
D-113/10
Jul 31, 2014
06:04 PM

Tips on financial planning-How to convert 5 lakhs to 3000 crores in less than a year.

sub chapter-Robert Vadra's exclusive tips on real estate.

Akash Verma, Chennai
D-112/9
Jul 31, 2014
06:01 PM

How to build a political party in various states-with case studies of TN and AP.

Akash Verma, Chennai
D-111/21
Jul 31, 2014
05:51 PM

An excellent article by someone who has actually studied the case and not mere headlines

www.niticentral.com/2014/07/31/maya-kodnanis-gets-bail-huge-reprieve-by-gujarat-hc-234963.html

Akash Verma, Chennai
D-110/14
Jul 31, 2014
05:49 PM

" important government files were taken to Sonia by Pulok Chatterjee, who was in PMO,"

The most important question is-what were important files doing in PMO in the first place?

Akash Verma, Chennai
D-109/10
Jul 31, 2014
05:43 PM

This is 2014 and Israel is "quickly" becoming a pariah state.

Two articles from 2007 claiming the same thing

vigilantjingoist.blogspot.com/2007/09/on-way-to-pariah-state.html

flyingimam.blogspot.com/2007/03/official-israel-is-pariah-state.html

From being a pariah state in 2007 to quickly becoming a pariah state in 2014, Israel has made quick progress.

Akash Verma
Chennai, India
D-108/17
Jul 31, 2014
05:41 PM

What ISIS , Taliban, Boko-Haram is doing is what Mahmud Ghazni, Ghori, Aurangzen, Jinnah , Sikandar Butshikan, Nadir Shah ( it would fill a book just to name them all )  etc have done to Hindus in Indian subcontinent.

How do you think present day Pakistan, Kashmir Valley , Bangladesh, Moradabad, Muzaffarnagar, Murshidabad,  etc , which were almost 100% Hindus around 700AD , have either exterminated and wiped out Hindus or are overwhelming muslim majority ?

If Hindus and India is to survive, it must start with a honest conversation about what Islam has perpetrated in Indian subcontinent.

provethiswrong
FactGarh, India
D-107/8
Jul 31, 2014
05:40 PM

The most important chapter in the book--THe Bharatiyata way to loot India

Akash Verma, Chennai
D-106/1
Jul 31, 2014
05:39 PM

None has a right to comment others beliefs.

The bloke has apologised and he should understand that in a plural society such things are best avoided

harun, chennai
D-105/9
Jul 31, 2014
05:33 PM

DLN (#8),

, my support will be for a Israeli withdrawal to the pre-1967 borders

Never going to happen.

I lived in Cyprus for three years. The island is divided in two - the northern part calling itself - "The Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus" but "Area Illegally Occupied by Turkey" by the south, which is the legitimate govt of Cyprus - the whole island.

In 2004 Kofi Annan proposed a reunification plan which was accepted by the North and rejected by the south. The sticking point for the south was that the plan did not allow for the repatriation of all Turkish settlers who migrated to Cyprus after 1974 and return of the land to the rightful owners who had fled to the south after the Turkish invasion.

To expect Israel to evict and resttle all those who have sttled in the West Bank after 1967 is wishful thinking.

PS. Even if Israel does agree to revert to the 1967 border, the next demand will be for it to revert to the 1948 UN approved borders.

PPS. I also believe that there is no way that POK (Azad Kashmir, if you wish) will ever become Indian. It's time to convert the LoC into an International border but that requires political will.

Bonita
Chennai, India
D-104/1
Jul 31, 2014
05:22 PM

FML

Akash Verma, Chennai
D-103/16
Jul 31, 2014
05:22 PM

Would it be possible for the Palestinians and the Jews to end their centuries old enmity? I think, yes. But not in the near future. Only after they all gain enough mind maturity to shed their tit-for-tat policies and attitudes. [Read this too !]

R C Mathew

 
Rajan C Mathew
Bhilai, India
D-102/7
Jul 31, 2014
05:21 PM

A chapter on history--- India's glorious past -From Nehru to Sonia

Akash Verma, Chennai
D-101/8
Jul 31, 2014
05:16 PM

" So now you support a rabid one-stater. I though you supported the Oslo Accord! Saffronites seem to have lost all sense of shame and ethics!"

Aren't you ashamed of your lack of basic comprehension skills? Losers not only become incoherent and abusive, they also become illogical.

To repeat, I said, "What else can one expect when Hamas is raining missiles on Israel? During hostilities, the hawks silence the doves."

To dumb it down for your benefit, Israelis who are inclined to be more generous and accomodating are called DOVES. Those who are rabid hardliners are called HAWKS.

When faced with aggression, the HAWKS win. 

I was stating a fact, not taking sides.

Once the violence stops and Palestinians accept the right of Israel to exist, my support will be for a Israeli withdrawal to the pre-1967 borders and the establishment of a Palestinian state.

As long as the Arabs attack Israel, I will support their right to act in  self defense. 

Kapish?

D.L.Narayan
Visakhapatnam, India
D-100/6
Jul 31, 2014
05:13 PM

There will also be a chapter for pet-lovers. How to domesticate poodles--with case studies of Vinod Mehta, Rajdeep Sardesai and Barkha Dutt.

Akash Verma, Chennai
D-99/1
Jul 31, 2014
05:10 PM
Rajan C Mathew, Bhilai
D-98/1
Jul 31, 2014
05:05 PM
Rajan C Mathew, Bhilai
D-97/5
Jul 31, 2014
04:59 PM

An unemployed and shameless Manmohan Singh must be writing the writing the book for Sonia for the favours granted to him.

S.S.Nagaraj, Bangalore
D-96/4
Jul 31, 2014
04:56 PM

Dear Sir,

Now budding writers can hope to secure an assignment - writing Sonia's book for her!

It will be interesting to see how she will cover up her activities during 2004 - 2014!

Navin Malhotra, New Delhi
D-95/39
Jul 31, 2014
04:54 PM

Arundhati may not be a joke but surely she ia a congenital liar.Who can forget her absolut lie about a pregnant Muslim having her stomach ripped open by Hindutva forces when the said woman was well in London.Another sure thing about Arundhati is that she is a fanatical anti-Hindu Catholic.

S.S.Nagaraj
Bangalore, India
D-94/3
Jul 31, 2014
04:48 PM

"How to count till 272" will be a very useful chapter for all kids who are learning mathematics.

The joy that comes when the kids say " WE have 272" will make them more interested in mathematics.

Akash Verma, Chennai
D-93/20
Jul 31, 2014
04:36 PM
Why is Saroja mami getting hemorrhoids if Maya Kodnani gets bail. When the judiciary does something they don't like, they immediately cast aspersions on the integrity of our justice system. But when the same judiciary convicted Kodnani, there was deafening silence and not even a perfunctory acknowledgment that the judges did their job. Life as a secularist must be extremely tough because of the two-facedness you have to constantly maintain!
Ganwaar, Ganwaarpur
D-92/2
Jul 31, 2014
04:34 PM

The chapter I am most interested to read is " How to run to Italian embassy in less than 5 minutes to secure oneself".

That chapter would be quite useful to women who are being hounded by rapists. Women can run to Italian embassy to seek protection.

Akash Verma, Chennai
D-91/1
Jul 31, 2014
04:15 PM

 Title - India under my foot.

Chapters -

My chamchas - Chiddu, Pranab, Singhvi, Tiwari, Sibal, Khurhseed, Ambika, Renuka etc etc

My Poodle - MMS

My job - Looting the nation

My aim - Making Rahul PM of India

MY idea of India - Christian India 

My biggest hurdle in achieving everything I aim for - Modi

Mohan, Adiipur
D-90/13
Jul 31, 2014
03:50 PM

That morning Rahul woke up at night and went to her mother's room and told her crying that power is death!

RSM, Delhi
D-89/10
Jul 31, 2014
02:55 PM
Ganwaar, [[Muslim newspapers and blogs are full of bitterly condemnatory columns, op-eds and articles on Muslim atrocities.]] Wow! This is going to be such comforting news for the non-Muslim victims of violence perpetrated by Islamists. They're going to jump up and down in celebration. * reposting due to formatting issues.
Ganwaar
Ganwaarpur, India
D-88/9
Jul 31, 2014
02:54 PM
Ganwaar, [[Muslim newspapers and blogs are full of bitterly condemnatory columns, op-eds and articles on Muslim atrocities.]] Wow! This is going to be such comforting news for the non-Muslim victims of violence perpetrated by Islamists. They're going to jump up and down in celebration.
Ganwaar
Ganwaarpur, India
D-87/15
Jul 31, 2014
02:35 PM

Why a photo showing Tamil Muslims in support of ISIS is more troubling than any IB report
ISIS speaks the language of Sunni supremacy, and it is this that appeals to some young Indian Muslims.

scroll.in/article/672341/Why-a-photo-showing-Tamil-Muslims-in-support-of-ISIS-is-more-troubling-than-any-IB-report

In the late 1990s, about a decade after terrorism first bespattered the Kashmir valley, champions of secularism in India would point out that Muslims from the rest of the country had never felt the need to join cause with the violence being perpetrated in the name of Islam in the northern state. Though the call for a holy war had drawn young Muslim men from Pakistan, Afghanistan and even Central Asia, not one of the Indian security forces that operated in Kashmir had captured a Muslim terrorist from West Bengal, say, or Bihar. This to many was sure-fire indication that the Indian polity was healthy and secular – a sign of the successful assimilation of a previously troubled minority.

Yet even then the argument seemed conceptually weak. The call to holy war in Kashmir could be ignored because the Bhojpuri or Malayali Muslim was as much of an outsider to Kashmir as a Hindu from Bhopal. The non-participation of Muslims in the violence in Kashmir was perhaps better read as an indication of the distance of that struggle from their daily lives – there was no emotive plank in the Kashmiri’s appeal to holy war. A generalised call to protect your religion or to fight with your religious cohorts is not sufficient to draw a peaceful person to violence. It needs sharper focus. And not just for Muslims: this is the reason LK Advani was ignored in the early 1980s but became a tidal political force later in the decade, radicalising hundreds of thousands across India when he fixed upon the Ram Janmabhoomi issue.

The first instance of Indian Muslim terror – in the definition that we have come to know it, causing wanton civilian death, targeting symbols of the state – were the 1993 bombings orchestrated by the Mumbai mobster Dawood Ibrahim, which he said was a response to the Hindutva attack on the Babri masjid. There is no doubt that the destruction of that mosque devastated the Indian Muslim community, who had suffered through numerous riots, and caused their own. But until then they had felt the state would protect places of worship important to the community. The numerous terrorist acts that have followed indicate the alienation many young Indian Muslims feel.

Yet it is more pertinent today to address the insidious radicalisation of Indian Muslims taking place from within. All over the nation, Muslims are preaching and being taught ever more codified versions of Islam. It is important to disassociate this radicalisation with terrorism – beards and burqas are a fair barometer of violence only in the imagination of some Western media. But it is also important to see these acts of terrorism as the sharp tip of a broader push within the community towards radicalised Islam. The surge in popularity of a Saudi-promoted brand of orthodox Wahabbism – a branch that has a venerable history in India, growing as a reaction to the saint veneration and shrine visitation that Islam in South Asia borrowed from Hinduism – has not been adequately documented.

Muslims in both Pakistan and India are turning away from the less doctrinaire interpretations of Islam that once typified the religion on the subcontinent. While everyone should of course be free to choose their own degree or investment in faith, it is also essential to note that fundamentalists of every religion teach fear and disapproval of the outgroup, and are thus harmful to democratic society and convivial living.

This push has been visible for more than a decade now, perhaps more for closer observers. And it could well be a response to the popular projection, within Muslim communities, of a Western war against Islamic beliefs. But even anti-Americanism among Muslims does not answer one question: why is it that fewer Indian Muslims were drawn to the jihad call of Al-Qaeda, the Taliban and Kashmir, than it seems are already being pulled towards ISIS?

A photograph has been doing the rounds of the Internet of a large group of young Tamil Muslims clad in black ISIS t-shirts. On the Internet it is being brandished by Hindu nationalists as justification for their narrow parochialism, but it should worry every citizen of India. Tamils have nothing to do with Iraq or Syria. Then why this adherence to ISIS over Al-Qaeda, indeed over the jihad in Kashmir?

The answer lies in ISIS’ rallying call. The politically savvy and militarily capable self-named Caliph of the Islamic State of Iraq and Levant, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, has astutely positioned his struggle as one against not the West but against Shia overreach. While many have characterised his ideology as pan-Islamist, it is in fact pan-Sunni. He seeks to create a Sunni state stretching across West Asia and the subcontinent. Needless to say, Shias will have at best subsidiary part in it.

The violence against Shias that has destroyed any claims Pakistan had left to secularism is an expression of an age-old animosity that goes to the very heart of the Islamic faith. It has been a source of conflict in every Muslim country. It is also the fault-line of the current battle in Iraq.

Sunnis are about 85% of India’s Muslim population. The ISIS t-shirts being worn by those young men in Tamil Nadu are not a reaction to Hindutva fundamentalism or Western political aggressions. They are a means of asserting Sunni pride. The photograph does not suggest to me that these men will join the jihad in West Asia. But it does suggest to me that the Sunni-Shia divide will continue to excite violence long after Western nations have ceased to be a perceived enemy of Muslims.

Mohan
Adiipur, India
D-86/3
Jul 31, 2014
01:53 PM

Google "Cost of electricity by source"

Natural gas fired electricity is CHEAP followed by Hydro/Coal/Nuclear/Solar/Wind.

David Rukstales, Tokyo
D-85/2
Jul 31, 2014
01:50 PM

India is an uncivilized nation for your girl child.

David Rukstales, Tokyo
D-84/1
Jul 31, 2014
01:49 PM

You must dance to the tunes of America, if you need petrol/diesel. Google "Nixon shock".

David Rukstales, Tokyo
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