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1/D-60
Apr 03, 2012
03:34 PM

How about India announcing adding of another $15m and bringing him on par with Al-Qaeda chief Ayman al- Zawahiri?

Arun Maheshwari, Bangalore
2/D-64
Apr 03, 2012
04:20 PM

what a shame that India only welcomes such decisions, instead of having the political will, national pride, intelligence agency & legal structure to annouce such a bounty. We are first to applaud what US does & never learn as to how do they do it. No wonder we are still called a THIRD WORLD country.

nitesh, mumbai
3/D-65
Apr 03, 2012
04:22 PM

what a shame that India only welcomes such decisions, instead of having the political will, national pride, intelligence agency & legal structure to annouce such a bounty. We are first to applaud what US does & never learn as to how do they do it. No wonder we are still called a THIRD WORLD country.

nitesh, mumbai
4/D-66
Apr 03, 2012
04:27 PM

what a shame that India only welcomes such decisions, instead of having the political will, national pride, intelligence agency & legal structure to annouce such a bounty. We are first to applaud what US does & never learn as to how do they do it. No wonder we are still called a THIRD WORLD country.

nitesh, mumbai
5/D-70
Apr 03, 2012
05:22 PM

Nitesh .... we are 3rd world for many many reasons .... least of all the reasons who subscribe too. 

Arun Maheshwari, Bangalore
6/D-71
Apr 03, 2012
05:56 PM

 How about India announcing adding of another $15m and bringing him on par with Al-Qaeda chief Ayman al- Zawahiri?

ARUN MAHESHWARI,

For this you need what is called Spine which we had shed when we decided to (d)evolve as invertebrates.

sandilya
Chennai, India
7/D-79
Apr 03, 2012
07:59 PM

First of all this noise that USA is trying to please India so that we support USA against Iran is wrong assumption .

On the other hand Hafiz Sayid and Makki right hand man of Hafiz need not be worried about our reaction and ill will.We have none .World knows that the book '26/11 RSS ki Sazahis written by an Indian Muslim has clearly laid bare the Hindu Right Plot behind 26/11 to malign Pakistan and especially the saintly soul Hafiz Said and his team.

The launch of this wonderfuly informative Book  was done by Shri Digvijay Singh ji the Osama + Qaeda Bhagat in Delhi,Lucknow,Mumbai,Hyderabad ,Jaipur and else where accompanied by the Minority highiest Politicians and Elected representatives .The Author Burney was subsequently felicitated by Manmohan Singh and Burney was taken for Official trip in PM's Plane to show the World how much we respect our writers who lay bare the most sickening plots to create the racial divide.

There are very intelligent ex Ministers like AR Auntuley ,Sahkir Ahmad,Jaiswal etc who  exposed the plot that not the Terror killers sent by Hafiz Sayid butHindus killed Auntuley and did the henious deed of 26/11 .

Digvijay Singh is the most trusted by the highest and mightiest Politicians and Royalty . And is the most important person in India having the ears of the Mightiness in India .Hence launch of Book by him is as good as the official approval otherwise Digi would not have dared to launch it have there no offiical approval.

Then one ex DIG Police Mushrif a Muslim wrote anotherwonderful book like Burney that Karkare the slain ATS Cheif was killed by the Hindus.And our Secu friends admitted though not they but majority of the Muslims believe it.

So with existence of such an overwhelming voluminious evidence against Hindus for perpetarting 26/11 how can Hafiz Saeed be held responsible for 26/11 ??? And we are regularly  informed by  our Brothers  that Karkare was not killed by LeT killer Kasab but by Saffrons.

Let us assure Hafiz and Makakki they need not feel angry towards India at all.
 

a k ghai, mumbai
8/D-81
Apr 03, 2012
08:13 PM

It is time for Diggi Raja and Aziz Burney to protest against this.

Maha, NJ
9/D-87
Apr 03, 2012
08:51 PM

Bloody government!! These sikhandis cannot deal with terrorists like Guru and Kasab, whom they have already captured. And, the shameless morons have no shame clapping in rejoice when the US government cleans the shit for us.

The Irreverent Indian, Online
10/D-88
Apr 03, 2012
09:19 PM

 What are the commentators angry about? We will send a delegation to the USA to get a briefing on the developments in this case. It will be followed by a team of our intelligence agencies visiting America to question this gentleman. We can even seek training for a batch of our investigation or prosecution agencies to learn from the American agencies the craft of questioning this man and other terrorists. If we find it worth it we can even send our whole IPS batch for training in future. We are already sending our IAS batches. What shall we gain by capturing this man, whom we had freed with great fanfare only a few years back? It will only add to our costs like on Ajmal Kasab, for which we are regularly reprimanded by the opposition and the media. All in all, it is the best option to clap America. Well done Obamaji. Keep it up now that there is no Osamaji. Our politicians are still mourning the death of their Osamaji and they are praying for a man like this fellow to don the robes of Osamaji. Hen ji. Okay?

M.L.Gupta, New Delhi
11/D-93
Apr 03, 2012
09:56 PM

India welcomes the notification under the Rewards for Justice Programme. It reflects the commitment of India and the United States to bring the perpetrators of the Mumbai terrorist attack to justice and continuing efforts to combat terrorism.

This is self-mockery.

nobody inparticular, Mumbai
12/D-7
Apr 04, 2012
01:19 AM

It is all nothing but a sop to India.  Latest lollypop to please the infantile Indians who keep throwing a tantrum about it.  Usual expected response from a visiting US official...

The US is of course not serious: If it is, all it takes is a drone, in the middle of the night.  I am sure the Pak. army/ISI had been informed that this is coming, and not to take it too seriously.

Non Fanatic, London
13/D-10
Apr 04, 2012
01:43 AM

It is better that the 10 million dollar bounty came from USA. Such a bounty coming from India would have just roiled an already touchy relationship. However, as I have said before, I would not mind a team of our commandos making a raid and eliminating Hafiz Saeed, provided they can do it without getting caught. It would not be a fake encounter. It would be logical self-defence.

Anwaar, Dallas
14/D-17
Apr 04, 2012
07:34 AM

Outlook India : India Welcomes $10 Million Bounty on Saeed by US
PTI | New Delhi | Apr 03, 2012
 

GEO TV did a live telecast of the chat between Mani Shankar Aiyar and Hafiz Saeed on April 3,2012.
I have two short questions addressed to the PM of India :
(a) Was it appropriate for Mani Shankar Aiyar to have a one-on-one chat with Hafiz Sayeed “Sahib”, India’s most wanted ? Did he have prior authorization from the PM or the Congress supremo, before making this rather unusual move? Did he realize the huge political and diplomatic embarrassment his action has caused to the country by his misplaced adventurism ?

(b) USA’s announcement of huge bounty as a price tag for Hafiz Saeed has been hailed both by the Congress spokesperson and the Home Minister as something spectacular, making both the US and Hafiz Saeed as heroes. This is ridiculous and preposterous, rubbing salts into our wounds. Why is India rejoicing over this pricing announcement ?What is the ulterior motive of the US ? To woo India in its sanctions against Iran.Similar bounty announced by US in case of Osama Bin Laden, misfired as he was not found in caves but in the air-conditioned comforts of Baluchistan in Pakistan.

A K SAXENA (A retired civil servant)
aksaxena@nic.in
 

A K SAXENA, DELHI.INDIA
15/D-18
Apr 04, 2012
07:34 AM

Outlook India : India Welcomes $10 Million Bounty on Saeed by US
PTI | New Delhi | Apr 03, 2012
 

GEO TV did a live telecast of the chat between Mani Shankar Aiyar and Hafiz Saeed on April 3,2012.
I have two short questions addressed to the PM of India :
(a) Was it appropriate for Mani Shankar Aiyar to have a one-on-one chat with Hafiz Sayeed “Sahib”, India’s most wanted ? Did he have prior authorization from the PM or the Congress supremo, before making this rather unusual move? Did he realize the huge political and diplomatic embarrassment his action has caused to the country by his misplaced adventurism ?

(b) USA’s announcement of huge bounty as a price tag for Hafiz Saeed has been hailed both by the Congress spokesperson and the Home Minister as something spectacular, making both the US and Hafiz Saeed as heroes. This is ridiculous and preposterous, rubbing salts into our wounds. Why is India rejoicing over this pricing announcement ?What is the ulterior motive of the US ? To woo India in its sanctions against Iran.Similar bounty announced by US in case of Osama Bin Laden, misfired as he was not found in caves but in the air-conditioned comforts of Baluchistan in Pakistan.

A K SAXENA (A retired civil servant)
aksaxena@nic.in
 

A K SAXENA, DELHI.INDIA
16/D-19
Apr 04, 2012
07:37 AM

This is an perfect example of "begani shaadi me abdullah deewana". This has nothing to do with India. We need not gloat! US has known about hafiz sayed for the last decade at least and they choose to do nothing, just like they knew about Fai for twenty years but chose to pull him in  only when they wanted to. All this while India kept making noises & US kept playing deaf. If they have declared a bounty  on hafiz now , it is only to pressurize pakistan as US wants the supply route  to nato forces in Afghanistan to reopen immediately. This is also a move on the chessboard that'll enable US to threaten Pakistan with declaring it a terrorist state in future - if they continue to defy US dictats. Mind you Pakistan will not circumscribe JUD in any way. It is virtually a divison of ISI. US knows it and Pakistan know that US knows. Paki's will comply slyly with US requests and India will be left twiddling its collective thumb and a hoarse throat. Let's stop patting our back!

Ashutosh Kaul, Toronto
17/D-25
Apr 04, 2012
10:10 AM

yeah right freaking congress government spineless does not have even guts to punish the terrorist captured guru n kasab, and they are so shameless as to even talk about this bounty.

then again, this guy got protection from pakistani police that is as good as pakistan sponsoring terrorism and neither USA has guts to declare pakistan as terrorist country or wipe it clean like iraq.

Rajesh, Bangalore
18/D-27
Apr 04, 2012
10:45 AM

This is a scam. Everyone knows that Hafiz Saeed is a free man Pakistan and is holding public rallies in broad day light. A $10 million bounty for killing a person who is neither underground, nor evading arrest, and who even said he is available to talk to US. I think USA is fooling India.
I doubt if there is any bounty on Hafiz Saeed's head as Indians have cooked up this news themselves as a part of their wishful thinking. Try searching for this news on New York Times or Washington Post? Or even FBI's most wanted site! Indians get dumber reading their own newspapers.
After years of harboring the likes of Fai and Headley, it's only a little sop to further their objective of bringing India join the oil embargo against Iran, and put pressure on Pakistan to clear routes for NATO supply.
It's basic premise is that; USA is a friend of a country as long as it suits her need, it is their time tested history.

Shyamal Barua, Kolkata
19/D-28
Apr 04, 2012
10:47 AM

Why are they troubling such an innocent fatso. Poor guy. Look at this cuddly teddy bear with henna dyed beard. His heart is so pure; he manages a charity organization. Can such a person do anyone any harm? So rude of US to offer a bounty on his head. US should learn culture and etiquette from us. We serve biryani to Kasabs and, despite unpardonable offences of Osama, our honorable minister does not forget true tehzeeb when he addressed Osama as a honorific OsamaJi. These yankees are so crass. Ugh!

Amit, Tucson
20/D-31
Apr 04, 2012
11:00 AM

Such a bounty coming from India would have just roiled an already touchy relationship "

And what is the great value of that touchy relationship ?? Their Army and ISI train Islamic Jehadi Terrorists and send them Word over.India gets the maximum quantity of the produce of the Islamic Terrorists .

a k ghai
mumbai, India
21/D-32
Apr 04, 2012
11:05 AM

Ghai,

>> And what is the great value of that touchy relationship.

Do you think I was talking about its value? Do you have any brains at all?

Anwaar, Dallas
22/D-33
Apr 04, 2012
11:09 AM

Do you think I was talking about its value? Do you have any brains at all? "
OK sir so what were you talking about ?? Kindly elaborate .

a k ghai
mumbai, India
23/D-36
Apr 04, 2012
11:21 AM

Barua,

>>  Try searching for this news on New York Times or Washington Post?

www.nytimes.com/2012/04/04/world/asia/us-offers-10-million-reward-for-pakistani-militant.html

Anwaar, Dallas
24/D-37
Apr 04, 2012
11:24 AM

Ghai,

>>  so what were you talking about ?? Kindly elaborate .

I am not going to waste my time explaining it to with someone as thick-skulled as yourself.

Anwaar, Dallas
25/D-42
Apr 04, 2012
12:07 PM

Do hope some day.....a specific drone will do the job!

madhukar, hyd
26/D-53
Apr 04, 2012
01:18 PM

#13/D-10 "It would not be a fake encounter. It would be logical self-defence."

Time to update secular dictionary.

K.Suresh, Bangalore
27/D-56
Apr 04, 2012
01:38 PM

Now that the US finds it difficult to justify direct financial aid to Pakistan, it has to resort to other avenues.

K.Suresh, Bangalore
28/D-57
Apr 04, 2012
01:39 PM

"Such a bounty coming from India would have just roiled an already touchy relationship. However, as I have said before, I would not mind a team of our commandos making a raid and eliminating Hafiz Saeed, provided they can do it without getting caught. It would not be a fake encounter. It would be logical self-defence."
 

bounty from india would roil an already "touchy relationship" (because a relatioship, howmuchever "touchy" must be maintained) but a team of our commandos making a raid and eliminating Hafiz Saeed would have a calming effect on our "touchy relationship"!!

Only a madarsa-bred moron can come up with such logic!!

Kiran Bagachi, mumbai
29/D-1
Apr 05, 2012
12:06 AM
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E.V.R.Naiker, Chennai
30/D-44
Apr 05, 2012
10:38 AM

>>Anwar, Dallas : Thanx for the link. However, my response to it is the same as K.Suresh :: "Now that the US finds it difficult to justify direct financial aid to Pakistan, it has to resort to other avenues."...well said K.S.

Shyamal Barua, Kolkata
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