About Raja Reddy, his dance and two wives



I know when Kaushalya Reddy reads this, she will call me and say: But you wrote more about us than dance. Quite true but then the personal life of Reddys put together, is more fascinating than their professional one. They started as a twosome and ended up as a group of five: There is no confusion. Everything is divided among five of us, Kaushalaya Reddy told me.

The other day when I was invited to Hotel Ashoka’s f-Bar to celebrate an award which was conferred on Raja Reddy, he was flanked by his wives: two of them. Both sisters: Radha and Kaushlaya who is much younger.

I was not seeing them as a threesome for the first time. I always have since I have known them. They often host page three parties and always include me in their guest list. I admire the way in which they publicly handle their somewhat complicated relationship. They are neither apologetic about it nor attempt to explain the threesome: This is how we are take it or leave it. And the sense I get, people have come around. Not that it would have mattered even if they hadn’t. Because in their scheme of things, they frame rules on how they want to lead their lives. So even when their little girls, two of them, came home from school and asked why they have two mothers and their friends one, Kaushalya told them it was God’s way to bless them.

The original couple, Raja and Radha, are the dancing duo who have in past years, to quote New York Times stormed and circled the stage flashing out showers of cleanly articulated dramatic gestures.

 

Kaushalya, Yamini, Bhavna, Raja & Radha Reddy.

The Kuchipudi family: Kaushalya, Yamini, Bhavna, Raja & Radha Reddy.

Kaushalya is Kuchipudi dancer Raja Reddy’s second wife. Also the talkative one. But ask her and she calls herself ‘the invisible one’. Very tough for someone as vivacious as her, but she is right. When it comes to professional positioning, Kaushalya is completely absent. Flip through the CV and it is one on Raja and Radha even though Kaushalya is a dancer in her own right and steers the Natya Tarangini: a school set up by Reddy’s to teach Kuchipudi form of dancing. Professionally the focus is clearly on Raja and Radha Reddy, who are among the first dancing couples in India. I recall what Jan Murray once wrote bout them in The Guardian: Raja and Radha Reddy attractive pair, she tiny, curvaceous and prone to fits of giggles, he tall and romantically handsome.

 

Much of that is gone today. Radha does not giggle anymore and Raja is not particularly handsome. But yes he has a presence. I know Kaushlaya is going to throw up her hands and say ‘How dare you’ to me. But then she and I need not think alike.

By her own admission, she was struck by his looks. Except that it happened ten years after she had lived with the Reddys. Radha and Kaushalya, as I said, are sisters.

Raja Reddy and his two wives, Radha and Kaushalya

Raja Reddy and his two wives, Radha and Kaushalya

 

 

Kaushalya came to them as a toddler and Raja, initially her brother in law, was her guardian in Delhi: a father figure really. But an overseas trip changed the relationship. They were in Singapore when Kaushalya watched a performances: My God what a handsome man. No wonder women vie for is attention, she said to herself. Impulsive as she is, Kaushlaya went backstage and proposed to him. She was all of 14 and Raja 30 or 40 plus she says with a twinkle in her eye. Raja dismissed it as infatuation but Kaushalya was not willing to relent: Abhi, isi waqt abhi nahin to kabhi nahin. (It is now or never) She served an ultimatum.

To Kaushalya, it was not about breaking Radha’s home but settling in there. When she told Radha about her intention, Radha imposed a condition: Share my husband but not the stage. Kaushalya willingly agreed. For her it was not about dance but the man. For Radha, it was more the onstage chemistry between her and her husband.

Therefore, while the two literally share the man, Raja the dancer is exclusively Radha’s. And Kaushalya has not trespassed the limit set by her sister. Even though trained by both Raja and Radha Reddy (they are my gurus Kaushalya told me) Kaushalya quit dancing many years ago. Later when the girls, Yamini and Bhavana, were born, the whole family has often performed together.

Years ago when I interviewed Radha Reddy on television, she confessed that after agreeing to Kaushalya marrying Raja, she locked herself in the room and cried: Bahut royee main. Yet, I sensed that Radha is no push over. She has a mind of her own and is clearly the ‘this far no further’ types.

Raja’s marriages, both of them, created a sensation. His first, to Radha, happened when they were kids, given that in their home state of Andhra Pradesh, child marriages were common. But Radha’s parents were unwilling to send off their daughter with a penniless dancer. Radha bribed the village potter with the only coin she had as savings, to summon Raja to rescue her. Raja sold off his only shirt to reach her. They eloped and married on the train to Hyderabad.

His second marriage to Kaushalya. was kept under wraps for sometime. Once announced, it created a stir. Many of his friends chided him: Itni aachi biwi hai, doosri kyon laya (You are married to such a nice girl. Why did you remarry?) Kismat kismat(Destiny) is all that Raja would say in his defence.

Even the Jallandar wale guruji (a godman from jallandar whom the Reddys visited regularly) joked about his bigamous status often addressing him as do biwi wala. Raja’s own brother, a bachelor, never forgave him: You with two wives and I could not even manage one.

Then there was this senior politician, who as country’s law minister, went to Raja’s house for dinner. As is customary he took two bouquets, one for Radha and another for Kaushalya. When Kaushalya saw him she quipped: So even the country’s law minister recognizes bigamy.

Kaushalya has changed many things about Raja. For starters she banned the use of make-up, specially the layers of pancake and tons of face powder which he plastered to make his jet black skin look a little white. Next she bundled away his safari suits, ties and shoes: Only dhoti kurta and kohlapuris she said. But when it comes to shorts, it is a yes ofcourse because he looks very sexy in them.

What she has not been able to change is his unrequited love for film star and later Member of Parliament Vyjantimala: I saw Nagin ( a film in which the actress has a lead role) 17 times. I have often tried curling my hair into Vyjanti–jee’s type of ringlets but I never get that right Raja told me over a delicious Andhra meal indulgently served by both Kaushalya and Radha.

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  • Sana

    Interesting:)

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    kumkum chadha Reply:

    thanks

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    jaideepchatterjee Reply:

    your exellence was in un earthing the bad deals of equity markets without compromisation.
    congratulations for your pivotal roles.
    now a days journalism withoutvalid degree&sense of news has become fashion of the profession &had hampared the entire ethics of journalism,particularly by the electronic mediamen.

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  • Nutsure

    Very interesting. Managing two dansue wives. No wonder he dances so well !!

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    smita Reply:

    Laval of adjustment and understanding is key to there bold relationship in our conservative society

    Still it Takes courage to accept such relationship (among themselves) and yes thery are moving on.

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    kumkum chadha Reply:

    Courage for average people yes but once you are successful then it is easy to call the shots and I think Raja Reddy and his family are doing just that: nothing succeeds like success you know

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    rakesh Reply:

    were they as successful,when the second marriage happened?i feel they are really brave.

    kumkum chadha Reply:

    I don’t know if they were as successful but they were fairly well known. Raja’s career was at its peak I think and he was a sought after dancer. But you are right it takes courage to announce socially unacceptable relationships and this they carried through and apart from the world, made it very normal for their daughters as well. That I think is commendable.

    smita Reply:

    SO VERY TRUE

    kumkum chadha Reply:

    Right

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    Vineet Gupta Reply:

    as you rightly said, “Nothing succeeds like success” and the Reddy’s as a family can call the shots. However I would say in this whole “ARRANGEMENT” Radha is to be saluted for allowing this to happen and then even made it stay for such a long period.

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    kumkum chadha Reply:

    You are absolutely right. In fact it si Radha who has accepted tis decision with dignity and confidence and not made a scene or a public spectacle of herself or the family. She must have gone through hell and when she told me that she cried in the bathroom my heart reached out to her…..Yes Radha must be saluted and I for one have a great deal of respect for her first as a woman and ofcourse as a professional dancer..

  • Shalini

    very interesting read………. keep the blogs coming !!!!

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    kumkum chadha Reply:

    Certainly and thanks

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  • vijay kumar

    podmena traffica testesome has been given a neat romantic twist by kumkum Chadha. It all sounds so nice. But there are so many vital questions, which males would be inclined to think in this situation.

    Do they all go to bed together, or do the wives earmark different days for themselves. I know this could sound crude to some, but maybe this could also be put in a soft romantic context as is is the tone of the article….

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    kumkum chadha Reply:

    I must confess that this crossed my mind but I was afraid to ask…the tone of the aeticle is not romantic at least not intended to but a narrative about their lives. I was not justifying or criticising their decision merely stating it as it is and yes underlining the elemnt that they do not care what the world thinks. If this is good or bad I really do not know. .

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    kumkum chadha Reply:

    I must confess this crossed my mind but I was afraid to ask. Also I was not trying to romanticise their lives. I was merely narrating the way their lives were…not being judgemental but bringing it to the fore the way it was and is..

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  • rakesh

    there is a term in hindi-unglion pe nachana and its the wives who make husband dance,its a rare case where the guy is making two women dance.i am impressed,and would like to meet and touch this great guy.

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    kumkum chadha Reply:

    Sure I could check and arrange a meeting. Alternately you could call him and refer to the blog and ask to meet him. He would, I guess eb happy. About his greatness I do not know but one thing I must conceede that he did not abandon Radha for Kaushalya and has given her a place Whether this is because of the compulsiosn of dance I cannot say but even in later years she occupies n important place in the household. That to me is something commendable for both Raja and Kaushlaya who instead of pushing out her sisiter decided to fit in to the existing arrangment.

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  • http://www.datatrackonline.org Ashish Kolarkar

    Ms Kumkum,

    Liked you bold assessment of Radha, Kaushlya and Raja Reddy. Their relationship is strange even in the current context. The credit must be given to Radha who gave space to her younger sister. How their children react to their relationship is yet to be assessed. Wish to read more from you on such ‘controversial’ but prominent figures of current times.

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  • kumkum chadha

    Thanks and you are right about Radha who has accepted tis decision with dignity and confidence and not made a scene or a public spectacle of herself or the family. She must have gone through hell and when she told me that she cried in the bathroom my heart reached out to her…..Yes Radha must be saluted and I for one have a great deal of respect for her first as a woman and ofcourse as a professional dancer..About the children each tiem I have met them they seem to treat the situation normally and without embarrassment.
    Will continue blogging and I hope you continue to find the stories interesting.

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  • Reil

    “That’s right,” the man said. “I couldn’t remember the word.” He was the only t, then high school students, and, finally, to anyone aged 13 and over. The website currently has more than 175 million active users in amount of visitors, making Facebook the most popular social network, followed by MySpace and Twitter.other human at the loading dock this morning. The man didn’t have a name, just a number, like the rest of the robots. Paris, at Night.

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  • Dee

    I find this entire situation very creepy and disturbing. Here in the USA, the man would be considered a pedophile and would be sent to jail. Just because a 14 yr old girl has a crush on a much older man doesn’t mean that the man has to go along with it. Plus, as actress Candice Bergen said of the Woody Allen-Soon Yi relationship, “you don’t bring up a child and marry it”. This is a man who
    was for years a father figure to her. And then he marries her? Yecchhhhhhhh……

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    Amber Fell Reply:

    Yes, he was a father figure. I knew them all from when they were just starting out. The story is quiet different. Kaushalaya was the one that was married off to Raja as a child bride. However Radha was the one he fell in love with. Raja had to marry Kaushalya…as they were promised to each other. Think about it…why did Kaushalya come to Delhi as a child (she was 9 or 10). She moved in with them at that age (and not a toddler). Why did not her younger sister join them as well…why only Kaushalya? By the way, there was a story that Radha was also married to someone as a child…but he died. Therefore, she was a child widow. The elopment part is true. But the villagers and family made sure Raja kept his promise to his child bride Kaushalya! They sent her to Delhi and Raja married her when she turned 15 or 16.

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  • rita

    Weird. Bigamy is unlawful in India, and it seems strange that the parents could condone their 15 year old daughter competing with her married elder sister for their 30+ son-in-law!

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  • MONIKA

    VERY INTERESTING DONT THEY FEEL JEALOUS OF EACH OTHER? WOMEN R KNOWN FOR THEIR JEALOUSY FACTOR. MOREOVER TWO SISTERS R HAVING SIBLING RIVALRY ALSO

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  • vijay

    Its difficult to manage the relationship but it is not impossible. all the three are need to sacrfice their own life but at the same time they should be happy with what life brings to them. Raja is the center of triangle need to manage and satisfy both in all matters.

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  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Mohd-Anas-Khan/100002797725356 Mohd Anas Khan

    Now Modi’s future is same as Advani. waiting for PM seat whole life

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  • Anita

    More myth making. The primary concern for Muslims, just like all Indians is Security followed by development. Why would muslims support a party like BJP which keeps harping on mulims as anti-nationalists and supports progroms against it like the 2002 riots. Just think about it?

    What is needed is a mentality change in people like you to realise that the real problem is communal mentality of people like you. That is what gives rise to people like Mulayam Singh and Digvijay Singh

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  • Ahmed

    FYI, Saudi Arabia was never under British rule. And slavery was systematically abolised under the Prophet himself were he declared it illegal to make a free person a slave but also mandated food and shelter to be on par of free people for them. By the 1800s, a decree by the Ottoman empire had already declared slavery as abolished. Don’t lie so blatantaly

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  • Bharatgopal Rajagopalan

    “wrong fact” – India is now the second-fastest growing big economy”

    India is now the fastest growing MAJOR economy in 2010 with a growth rate of 10.4% and China 10.1%. source: CIA WORLD FACT BOOK, WORLD BANK AND INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND.

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  • Bharatgopal Rajagopalan

    Advantages of FDI in Retail

    1. Definitely lowers prices due to high competition and other reasons like stock for high price and sell for low prices. Walmart style. and don’t forget that Walmart has its own brand of products and they sell it for cheaper prices when compared to other products in their own store
    2. Cuts down greedy and corrupt middle men. Supply chain would get regulated and farmers will definitely benefit by selling their stuff for correct prices.
    3. High quality products, especially Fruits and vegetables, Walmart would have its own transportation system, cold storage facilities.
    4. Variety of products go up. Indian manufactured goods will definitely dominate unlike claims saying that Walmart would import everything from China. There are restrictions.
    5. Employment. 10 (initially) to 50 million jobs (eventually) get created. More pay, more hours, safe work environment, secure job.
    6. Puts food on plate for lower middle class people (300 million)
    7. Millions of people can save money on food and invest somewhere else, since Indians spend most of their salary on food and rent
    8. GDP goes up and more foreign investment with better deals can start to come in after seeing the success of Walmart and stores like that.

    Even though there are some risks initially like small businesses losing business and even Walmart might find it difficult initially, during initial transition phase but we have to go by the saying “If Benefits outweigh risks” then go for it. It is the case with Pregnancy categories, when it comes to harmful drugs.

    Walmart have lot of money and they could invest 100 million dollars in each city with a population around 2 million. Eventually Walmart would dominate and reap in the benefits. Nobody can deny that.

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  • Anonymous

    This opinion piece is written with a flawed logic comparing it with computers and IT industry. The FDI in retail will definitely kill the mom & pop stores which actually sell merchandise slightly lower than the MSRP, thereby benefiting the most common middle class people. Perhaps they may not have noticed it in the flashy cities or the suburbs.

    And then on the pretext of providing better deal to the consumer, these bi name stores will bring cheap goods from China, in essence, killing the local industry and sending the local money overseas to procure these goods. We have seen this happening in the developed world, and now India is being targeted.

    And why the author of this article blaming just the BJP. The Congress Allies and many in CONgress itself are opposed to the FDI in retail. Looks like beating on BJP and RSS was a fashion and now it has become necessity to drive the point home.

    In my opinion, only the Patriotic will oppose this move.

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  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_7AX2IIBHAUN5EVTGWDW7KNYNGI Manoj

    I cannot understand the hue and cry over FDI in retail or any sector. Indians have to learn to be pragmatic and go by economic sense rather then emotions. The fact of the matter is that we are not a export oriented economy now as compared to China which was quick to adopt and assimilate foreign technology and capital. Just compare India (1.75 trillion $ GDP, 1.2 billion population) and South Korea (1.4 trillion GDP, 50 million population). The best way forward for India is to garner as much foreign capital and continue to boost its economy till we attain a reasonable developed country status.

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  • Anonymous

    Let the customer decide what they want and let india have investment in logistics and supply chain and customer front infrastructure…it will be best boon india could have when we look back 10 years from now in both manpower work force it will create and also the modern techology it will bring from Farm to the customer !!! The naysayers will always be naysayers….who have their own vested interests to keep the same old hoaders and middle man traders who are pinching money from farmers and the Consumers and at the same time causing 40 to 50 % of wastage in perishable agri products !! All upcoming countries – China, S africa, Mexico, Brazil etc.. have 100% FDI investment opening in their countries..

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  • Mark

    USA company killed 24,000 people in Bhopal instead Indian goverment put the chief executive on a first class flight to new York

    India is not an angel and has also supported terrorist and sought to impose its will in south Asia
    Who started nuclear arms race ? Who invaded siachin ? Who is worlds largest arms importer

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    Sangeetkumarjain Reply:

    You seem terribly misinformed. I donot blame it on you. It is because you have been made to think like that by your governments.

    This ininforamtion is proved by your only single point – Who invaded Siachin?

    God bless you.

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    King Reply:

    1989 Siachin War was started by Greedy India, which the bully of south Asia
    you are misinformed by your extremists right wing RSS media

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  • abu ahmed

    The martial racists in Pakistan, I felt would come to senses after 1971 – they didn’t. Then I thought may be after Kargill – again nyet. Actually they are living in a fool’s paradise of slowly bleeding India to death and getting kashmir to themselves. What the US is doing is cruel indeed – but it is hard to see any other medicine would work for these schizophrenic Pakistani generals and politicos.

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    King Reply:

    1971 was political problem exploited by India. India would still have lost the war where it not for Soviet Union
    Pakistan destroyed the Soviet Union anyway
    Pakistan couldnt also taken advantage during Operation Blue Star in punjab, or Sri Lanka Civil war, but Pakistan is not a country with designs on South Asia
    Kargil was a victory for Pakistan, and you have to remmeber LOC was only agreed in 2005 before that it was common for troops to take peaks and land

    India needs to accept, Pakistan will never submit to India ,no matter how hard india tries india brahmin elite need to come to term with existence of pakistan

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    Anonymous Reply:

    King,

    “” Pakistan destroyed the Soviet Union anyway”"
    “” Kargil was a victory for Pakistan “”

    Keep dreaming and please dont wake up otherwise you will
    see the truth and probably die of heart attack.

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  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Yasser-Yousufi/100000785644348 Yasser Yousufi

    I guess Shahid Afridi was right after all. You Indians are biggest small minded pricks in the entire world.

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    Jayantyad Reply:

    I think Hilary Clinton was right, “Pak cannot keep snakes in their backyard and expect them to only bite your neighbours “

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    Made.in India Reply:

    I guess Mullah Zaeef is right after all: “Pakistan … is so famous for treachery that it is said they can get milk from a bull. They have two tongues in one mouth, and two faces on one head so they can speak everybody’s language; they use everybody, deceive everybody.”

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  • KrishnaGopal

    You find the NATO attack on Pakistan satisfying because you are a Hindu who finds the existence of Pakistan unbearable and given the humiliation dished out to India by Pakistan in the 1948 war when Pakistan captured 80,000 Sq Km of Kashmir and in 1965 beat India to a stalemate, That and the fact that Pakistan killed and raped 3 million Hindus in Bangladesh, Hindu woman were raped on the sides of roads by Pakistanis and the fact that India is incapable militarily of doing nothing against Pakistan when terrorists strike India.

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  • shyam sunder

    every word u written is right. as for i feel it is not de US govt but it is the public opinion in US which is the guiding factor for US actions in this case .Now US masses has gone totally against their govt giving any relaxation to Pak because now their lives are affected I feel this will bring sum sort of changes in Pakistan’s capabilties (not intentions) to get away with terrorrist actoins

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  • Dalit

    Chaddi Alas Mitra, for him death of 23 people is nothing but pleasure, I donot see any difference between him and Kasab. At least Kasab is a 8th pass and can be punished.

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  • Sajad Khan

    Kashmir belongs to kashmiris not Pakistan and not India we are we

    ll aware India Israel (USA) are our enemies. Yes Pakistan Afghanistan and Iran must form a federation and support each other to oppose evil insiped empire of India and Israel(USA). Proof India supports MQM and PPP these so called political parties are criminal gangs payed for by India and Uk USA to weaken Muslim nations by their criminal activities.

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  • sid

    i love your threat of china…i suppose i won’t be wrong if i say that the biggest
    threat for us is within,when we look at china,they really are super power and the nation on the move,we are brainiest people on earth,master craftsmen…sorry to say,all the high-tech i-tech is being manufactured in china of the highest standard..for example look at apple..etc and to come to terms with china’s iconic status we too have some icons that world can acknowledge…. china bank building in shanghai,guanzhou tv tower,bird’s nest and so on…and we have/had..indira gandhi,rajiv randhi,sonia gandhi,rahul gandhi,priyanka gandhi,vadhra’s and some small insignificant demi-icons….so cheer up,we will catch up with them one day…have faith in your million god and goddesses and some demi-gods(mentioned above) plus some guru’s…

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    Anonymous Reply:

    well, I’m prepred to do soemthing rather than be cynical and resign myself to the Chinese as a super power.

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  • Natasha Jehangir

    Rhetoric being posted as original thought….not very original….points for being well written though.

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  • Anonymous

    Pakistan is a throughly fraudulent, criminal entity. Absolutely nothing has changed in the criminal state which continues to train, arm terrorists against India and continues to protect 26/11 terrorists, IA Hijack terrorists and all others. its in India and world’s interests that Pakistan is contained, held accountable, isolated, marginalized and ostracized until it changes its policies or ceases top exist as Pakistan today.

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    Arnab Mitra Reply:

    Way to go… if only every Indian thought like you…

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  • nusrat khan

    this article captures the sentiment of the average indian vis-a-vis pakistan quiet accurately, thank you.

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  • Anonymous

    Pakistan ’s juvenile obsession with Kashmir resulted in it becoming an arrmy ruled state, that committed genocide against its own citizens and losing 1/2 the country. Any state, with intelligence little more than a criminal moron, would have figured out that a state based on hateful bigotry of jinnah cannot sustain itself. Even today as it loses control over Baluchistan and Waziristans are ruled by militant groups , its criminal , corrupt and thug army/isi has not changed its ways and moron Pakistanis obviously continue to support the criminal entity.

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  • Kshama

    Excellent Article and totally true!

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  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Ray-Kalm/100001696983976 Ray Kalm

    Screw off India. Even after us giving you most favoured nation, you keep laughing at us.

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    Arnab Mitra Reply:

    Believe me, we’re not laughing…. when terrorists indoctrinated, trained, armed, employed, paid and exported by Pakistan are attacking our nation and killing Indian citizens, laughter is the last thing on our minds. Still, every Indian PM, from Nehru to Manmohan Singh, has extended a hand of friendship… only to have it rebuffed. Why? Because peace with India will rob the military-feudal elite of Pakistan with the raison d’etre, the one reason, for their dominance of that country’s political and economic commanding heights.

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    Anonymous Reply:

    What you say is anathor lie from the crminal entity of Pakistan. India gave Pakistan MFN status in 1996, hoping unilateral good gestures will invite positive reactions from Pakistan. What followed was indian airlines hijacking, Parliament attack, Kargil, 26/11 terrorist attack and numerous otrher terrorist attacks carried out by the terrorist wing of pak army/isi called LeT.

    Meanwhile, Pakistan has yet not given india MFN status but only declared an intent, which has no value and is anathor fraudulent move by Pakistan to win even more concessions without ever really removing trade barriers against India. i repeat, pakistan has not given MFN status to India yet and there is no time frame known by which that will be given.

    Its callous, clueless Indian leaders who countenance engagement with such a copngenitally criminal entity whose foundations are based on a vile ideology.

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  • Sadhana

    Well said. Gandhi called a spade a spade but it never made any difference in the face of British officialdom’s unconditional support of Muslim league. This might be the first time since the Anglo-pakmuslim collaboration began in the 1840s anglosikh wars that the two allies are officially at military odds.

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  • Anonymous

    India should never forget , that at partition while Indian government and leaders tried best to promote communal harmony, stop riots the criminal Pakistan muslim league and Jinnah went on a genocide unprecedented in human history. The result while only 10-15% of Indian muslims left India , 90% of hindus and sikhs were killed or evicted from West Pakistan. Thats just a undeniable fact about the genocidal and criminal nature of Pakistan. Today, 150 million Muslims make india home, while Hindus and sikhs have been literally eliminated ( from 25% of population to 1% ) from Pakistan. The state promotes religious bigotry and is based on a criminal interpretaion of a medieval ideology of intolerance imported from outside. Thats why Pakistan is a criminal entity and a failed state and India is foolish to engage it. India should have minimal contact, isolate it and not engage this criminal entity in any way or shape or form. Any engagement will result in ghetting defrauded.

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  • stranger…

    hahahahaa.. this man dunt knw anything.. so no need of giving importance to it :P
    he is just telling one side storyy .. saying like indians are sooo inocent.. they eat from ear :P kidss >… further i will not comment on this type of one sided storyy ..

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  • Ramnarayan

    The article is an absolute fact, now I know most of Pakistani conservatives will say “You Indians blaw blaw blaw”. The fact of the matter is average people of Pakistan suffer because of the non-sensical approach the Pakistan government has opted for during the past 60 years. In order to build a nation a country needs to allocate its resources smartly. Take a look at Pakistan’s GDP and then take a look at its expenditure on arms. I mean to say what for are they building this arms dump yard. Has India ever attacked them: No But they have continued to do so mostly to maintain their ego and neglected their people. So what happens when you do this, people are uneducated, neglected,easy target of terrorism. Look 20-30 years from now , if you change now you may have a great country, if you choose otherwise the country may not exist.So to the avg peeople of Pakistan” Open your eyes for the sake of next generation, Live in Peace , and let the world live in peace.

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  • aamir

    Mr. Mitra, I can see to an extent where you are coming from “the spoilt Pakistan most times getting away with different kinds of things”. What you have brushed aside quickly is the main villain of the sub-continent was the crook Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru architect of the Kashmir disaster, knowing that his stand on that matter was criminal but decided to show the world how low an animal a Kashmiri pandit could be With Kashmir not an issue, the sub-continent woud be different and you might be savoring healthier past times

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  • Shanky_raina

    the article is very very well written.i agree war is not an option and we dont have capability for covert action. but india can do “*** for tat” to pakistan. what pakistan is doing to india, we have to do to them.

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  • Gulam70

    Thank you for the truth and waking-up Indian politicians. I hope people look at this article not from biased perspective but the facts it contained.

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  • Harshran

    India is the laughing stock of the world, All this hype of being a “Superpower” makes me as an Indian Hindu cringe because we can could not keep India united and our congress party and Nehru in their rush to rule sacrificed India at the alter of partition for the creation of Pakistan.

    As Indians and Hindus we can never forget that Muslims ruled India for 1000 years and that Pakistan occupied Kashmir which it captured in 1948 and defended in 1965 and that it killed millions of Bengali Hindus.

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  • Chingaar

    I can understand the harsh reactions of many Indians towards pakistan and feel that they are not without some justification. It has attacked India four times – 1947, ‘65, ‘71 and ‘99. And defeated every time by India. It has launched blatant terror attacks, through its home grown terrorists, on India’s citizenry. The fact of the matter is, that pakistan is founded on the abhorrent ideology of communalism and is an historical mistake. It is a client state of US interests and subservient to the royal retards of saudi arabia who are the biggest pimps of the USA. This latter nexus has funded the jihadi retards, seeking to recreate the 7th century, which proliferate in pakistan under the wing of the deep state and undertake assymetric warfare in India. Pakistan is an ugly story. It is founded on the abhorrent ideology of communalism and is an historical mistake. It has no valid basis to exist and in desperation to maintain their power and pelf its miltary led establishment uses the opium brand called islam to control its people. Now islam is gushing out of all the orifices of its people. Should this cauldron of terrorism launch another incident against India , then India must blocade its port of karachi and gwadar and salami slice it under the cold start doctrine. The pimp state of pakistan is a curse on itself and the region.

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  • Ramesh

    They wept with joy when Mumbai was attacked . Remember I would have sympathy if civilains were killed by external forces. USA killed only **** soldiers. But Pakistan’s army, ISI and jihadists have killed innocent civilains ion several countries, without consideration of territorial integrity and soverignity. I will only tell Kiyani, Pasha, Zaedari, Gilani and Rehman Malik – GIVE ME EVIDENCE AND I WILL TAKE ACTION. If you have evidence give me.

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    King Reply:

    India the fascist animals who dont let american journalist go to kashmir should provide evidence ???

    all india did was provide leads, not evidence beyond reasonable doubt

    indians celebrated destruction of babri masjid and bombing in Pakistan,particulary the attack on Sri Lanka cricket team and Mariot hotel bombing

    Pakistani People and Army are united,and jihadist have nothing to do with Army.
    several countries ? indian are full of lies and phobia when it comes to pakistan

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  • Faheem

    Your article portrays a typical Hindu mentality where Pakistan hatred is institutionalized. Your media earns on Pakistan bashing, you are a bad neighbor, sorry to say.

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    Anonymous Reply:

    What do you mean by typical Hindu mentality ? What would you say if someone said the vile, criminal conduct of Pakistan and your defense of the vile , criminality of pakistan army/isi ‘represents the typical ‘ islam mentality’

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  • Bilal

    World is not just a bulleted description of Powerpoint presentation. You have to taste yourself all the sweet and bitter realities in order to understand what life really is with the people you’re living next to. The problem with you Indians is that your heads are baffled by two major factors: one, international capitalists hold you to their heart for being a bigger market; it’s their coloured screen through which you’re supposed to see the world, not with your naked eyes. Two, Your cheap film industry shows you what you public want to see. Here, by ‘you’ i mean crowd or mob. Crowd is always headless when it demands something or expects something. Better if you have round of Pakistan once not restrictin to the five star hotels. I bet you’ll be loved even if you declare that you’re an Indian.
    Sounds strange?

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  • Faheem

    Typical Hindu mentality.

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  • Devadas.ch

    Arnab Mitraji I am a student of political science, your article is an eye opener because I could never have put my thoughts together in such a meaningful way that you explained the facts of the present Pakistan and its nature as a country, and its failures etc. No country raises to be a friendly country with hatred as its policy!That’s exactly what bothered me when BJP started a political party to stop the corrupted congress from doing all the evil.Neither, BJP nor the State of Pakistan should have started off with hatred as their everlasting motives! With hatred we can win nothing!
    devadas. cherukuri (Washington DC)

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  • http://www.facebook.com/BasitHabib Basit Habib

    Once world is free of such RACIST people there will be no HATRED, and when there will be no HATRED, there will be no TERRORIST. Biggest of all is state TERRORIST USA who caused death of millions of MUSLIMS around the WORLD in past one DECADE alone.

    A RACIST thinker will never UNDERSTAND this… !!

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    Anonymous Reply:

    @Basit, most terrorists , Like LeT of Pak army/isi are inspired by a hateful criminal ideology that claims their religion/cult is the best and only religion while other religions are false. Unless that criminal ideology based on religion is isolated and contained, terrorists from LeT will find inspiration.

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  • engrich

    ur comments and observation shows that u are communal narrow minded and a stupid bengali.

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  • Anonymous

    Meanwhile , whats so important about 24-28 Pak soldiers killed by US raid ? After all Pak army supports and protects criminal terrorist groups like LeT, jEm that have killed 1000s of civilians.
    More importantly, was it not the criminal, callous, coward Pak army that refused to accept for burial, 100s of its soldiers who were killed in Kargil ?

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  • http://twitter.com/maj9011 King

    Ha ? Pakistan has every right to take counter measures to stop indian hegemony ,you have admitted india seeks to impose its will, that makes india an evil imperialist country
    indian media is also sick, like fox news
    Pakistan is only a problem for America due to small afghan issue
    whilst India – pak issue is to do with kashmir occupation by india

    america has disputes with everyone, and india has disputes with all its neighbours
    who are you to say pakistan is a problem

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  • http://twitter.com/maj9011 King

    What a pathetic article by a cowardly Indian.
    I too was glad when Kashmiri Freedom Fighters brought mumbai to a standstill for 3 days. Still they only killed 200 people, but the blood of 2000 unmarked Kashmiri graves it to be avenged
    Whole world knows India is trying to Israel of the region

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  • Anonymous

    The writer makes his/her point of view quite clear based on his/her perceptions.This much is obvious in the arguments provided to find “glee’ in Pakistans current predicament.

    From a narrow very nationalistic Indian point of view,Pakistan being “smacked” by US and unable to resond in “kind” is a payback for Indian frustrations,or the inability of their goverment to respond to Pakistani’s ‘acts’ in India.

    There will be many in India with the same glee and the writer just maybe representing those.

    The trouble with this view is that it misses the bigger picture of working with Pakistan to stabilise the region. By humiliating Pakistan,it will become harder to get it’s help to find a political solution in afghanistan and beyond.

    The counter view that Pakistan is just a bogey man for Indians to let their steam off is also strengthened with the writers mindset.

    The affects of foreign meddling in the region will be felt for decades and no regional goverment can taka a glee from it.

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  • Anonymous

    only thug criminal peddl;ers of the criminal entity of pakistan will talk about engaging pakistan, the same entity that protects Daood Ibrahim, trains kasav and thousands others terrorists to come into India and kill hundreds. But why just India, the criminal, coward pak army killed millions of its own citizens in East Pakistan and continues to do so in Baluchistan, even as its reduced to 1/2.

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  • http://twitter.com/maj9011 King

    he made a great point, Indians like to pretend they are victims when in reality it is they who are the nazis and go around attacking other countries through tamil tigers or consulates in afghanistan.

    Terror attacks in india are domestic issues, they are homegrown nothing to do with pakistan. where was your blue navy during mumbai attacks ? 26/11 was an inside job with the aim to kill all the senior mumbai police officers who were investigating hindu extremists

    brownie points ? is that how Indian logic works quote from bollywood and clap your hands

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  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_2YD3ACPTZUGGUZ5H7WCWYAPNLA Ranjit

    Pakistan ,indeed a rogue state, needs some surgical operations to convert into a democratic set-up: but though the people of Pakistan bleed internally,it is surprising that they never try to be friendly with INDIA accept Wasim Akram in the world of cricket and that day even Imran Khan, the would be Pakistani President was arising the “K” issue in the same manner that his fathers and fore-fathers r to contemplate!
    I will give it straight : Let India support strategically Israel in breaking down the fanatic state because India , does not have the will power to blow the enemy!! So long Pakistan exists, India too,would be bleeding. No Indian political parties would disturb their “VOTE BANK” Muslim communities even knowing that many of them r pro- Pakistani and they would be opposing India’s anti-Pakistani stand.

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  • Anonymous

    There is a point of view that more you isolate and humiliate pakistan for its criminal, callous thuggish ways, the more infuriated its criminal army/isi become and sinks deeper into the cesspool of criminality on which the state is based, thus hastening its end. Why would enyone want to prolong a festering wound in S Asia called pakistan ? Adter its dissolution, there may be 3-4 states in its place, like Baluchistan, Sindh, Pak-punjab and then they can negotiate among themselves how to share the waters of river indus and how pak punjab can be given access to the sea. India should just ignore , isolate and disengage from tgis criminal entity and not help it in any shape or form.

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  • #1_Indian

    If the world seems in turmoil, full of hate, revenge and spite it is the writers like this being access to Media. HT is doing disservice to world community by allowing such narrow-minded, prejudiced and anti-Muslims writers access to a platform. They spew their venom based on very shallow and biased interpretation of History and by deliberately twisting facts. HT has become a galvanizing point for sordid characters who spread spite in the world.

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    macaby Reply:

    Kindly explain what is ANTI-MUSLIM about this article?

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  • Anonymous

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    The bottomline:
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    Pakistan state is itself based on the iodeology of religious bigotry, hate and criminality as spewed by its criminal founder Jinnah. The pakistan constitution itself promotes and protects that ideology.
    While Nehru-Gandhi faught for tolerance , secularism and unity, the criminal jinnah promoted communalism.
    Thats why only 15% muslims left India while 90-95% Hindu skihs were killed or expelled by jinnah’s criminal pakistan.
    There is no point ignoring facts and history. Hitlers Germany and his hateful ideology was not dismantled by making excuses for it as many criminal pakistanis are doing here. Make no mistake, Pakistan is a greater criminal than hitkers Germany. Thankfully the world is gradually realizing it.

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  • http://profiles.google.com/muhammad.ilyas.pk Muhammad Ilyas

    Pakistan always think for global peace and harmony because every Muslim believes and taught of this. What India and Indians do for global peace. I remember the court verdict on Babri Masjid where it is clearly mentioned who were behind that. Does Indian government took any action? The same sectarian group also threaten IPL sponsors for Pakistan cricketers.
    Relating to your allegations; buddy do you personally know what proofs/documents shared with Pakistan on Mumbai incident. The shared evidences were bullshit.
    ISI has gathered hundreds of thousands proof and also jailed many of RAW agents in Pakistan.
    I will recall; Indian RAW agents operated an operation against PCB and attack Sri Lankan team in Punjab.
    This is Pakistan only who still wants to sit together to resolve the conflicts and the major will always remain Kashmir.

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    RajX Reply:

    “Pakistan will always think of global peace”. HAHAHAHA

    Don’t you have any shame at all saying things things that everyone knows is a lie? Of course you have no shame. After all you are from the Islamist cesspool which is temporarily called Pakistan and soon to be called the worlds largest toxic nuclear dump.

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    vick hard Reply:

    Pakistan cannot govern itself properly with the land it has now and begging for aid from US and IMF. Why it wants Kashmir?

    Pakistan is a nation in peril if it cannot control its terrorists and grow economically.

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  • RajX

    Pakis can only have wet dreams. Pitiable and pathetic arabized society.

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  • RajX

    This righteousness from an arabized Pakistani who sent fanatical killers like kasab to kill nonmuslims. Have you exhindu converts lost your conscience? Has the Arab cult done that to you?

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  • http://twitter.com/speed_racer777 vick hard

    I want US next to invade and occupy Pakistan and deactivate all nuclear missiles before it gets into the hands of terrorists. There are terrorists within ISI and Pakistan military. ISI and Pakistan army have recruited Taliban and Al Queda specifically for creating trouble in India. This is a well documented fact and confirmed by CIA and FBI

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  • macaby

    and you are an ISI scumbag!!

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  • Anonymous

    Pakistan is threat, China is threat, Nepal is threat and even heard U.S. is threat, threat…threat..threat sound like Bollywood new theme song.Stop braying like donkey”s act like shers{lions}.Build the country, keep your eyes open, carry a big stick and offer no jokes.Indian politicians are jokers with loaded deck, clean your deck and vote for strong patriot Indians.

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  • Anonymous

    I have noticed that the standard of reporting among the media in our country is very poor compared to western countries. Many articles contains one sided reporting, there are numerous spelling and grammar mistakes even in our national news papers. But one aspect we seem to excel in is negativity and exaggeration. Articles are published with controversial titles to attract readers and stories are exaggerated to create controversy. Such tactics are in poor taste because individuals form their opinion on what they hear on the television, read on the newspaper etc so the media should be more ethical. Therefore, the media in both countries should highlight things we have in common and not fan paranoia. Personally, I hope Indian and Pakistan government can work together and build economic ties, which can benefit both countries. Lastly, I reside in a western county and I have witnessed people from both communities getting along with each other really well. They want things to improve in their respective country so they are not reminded by the western people that they come from a developing nation. They want the standard of living to improve and increase in employment opportunities so they won’t have to leave their homeland for a better life elsewhere.

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  • Anonymous

    I have noticed that the standard of reporting among the media in our country is very poor compared to western countries. Many articles contains one sided reporting, there are numerous spelling and grammar mistakes even in our national news papers. But one aspect we seem to excel in is negativity and exaggeration. Articles are published with controversial titles to attract readers and stories are exaggerated to create controversy. Such tactics are in poor taste because individuals form their opinion on what they hear on the television, read on the newspaper etc so the media should be more ethical. Therefore, the media in both countries should highlight things we have in common and not fan paranoia. Personally, I hope Indian and Pakistan government can work together and build economic ties, which can benefit both countries. Lastly, I reside in a western county and I have witnessed people from both communities getting along with each other really well. They want things to improve in their respective country so they are not reminded by the western people that they come from a developing nation. They want the standard of living to improve and increase in employment opportunities so they won’t have to leave their homeland for a better life elsewhere.

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  • Anonymous

    The writers personal bias ruins the article from being fair/balanced. The article justifies the killing of human beings, and the writer states such attacks satisfying. I am sorry to say, but killing of individuals are only satisfying to those who are blind with hatred, which the writer clearly displays in the article. I am a human being and I don’t care if an individual is Hindu, Muslim, Sikh etc. I have friends from different communities and we are friends because we have things we common and not because we happen to belong to the same faith, caste, region etc. Anyway, I hate political debates about India/Pakistan because it’s pointless. The solution requires sacrifice from both sides but it’s unlikely to happen. It will be wiser if the current young educated generation takes a different approach to this problem from the past generations. An approach which seeks to resolve the problem in a diplomatic way, not through proxy war.

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  • associatedtaxis

    dont you just hate smarmy ugly black baboon face indians when they try to ape western writers and their do-good finger pointing. indians and they kauthiliyan snake like traits. it is india and its hegemonistic designs, its india that stole kashmir, india that started terrorism through mukhti bahini in bangladesh that split pakistan in two, in rann of kutch, in baluchistan, india stole siachen, in water issues in countless other issues always formenting truble. the sun DOES NOT SHINE OUT OF INDIAS ARSE,. Blame everything on pakistan but most of indias neighbours hate india as a big bully. pakistan will not bow down to indian bullying

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  • Anonymous

    Not only your colleague was agahast at your inhuman happines,but any human of any country with normal sensitivity should also be aghast at it.There is a kind of rabidity in the anti-Pakistan views of Indian scribes and the so-called intellectuals.There is a total failure of understanding of the interests of our country as well as of Pakistan.Even America should not be happy with the violation of Pakistan sovereignty.if the action was erroneous,NATO(virtually America) should punish the guilty and compensate the affected families for the loss of life and damage of property to Pakistan.If it was a deliberate action.
    America has lost one of its staunch supporters and may soon start paying for this loss,if China-backed Pakistan really does whai it has stated.
    We have a govt the policies and actions of which encourage terrorism and grow it in India.Terrorism and communalism which Sonia flaunts as secularism is the basis of Congress’s hold on power.The day congress is routed,and that day is not far off, Indo-Pak relations will normalize.Similarly our relations with China will improve.It will be sheer impudence to quarrel with China when the US is afraid of it.America knows as the rest of the world does that china is as powerful,if not more powerful than America.America is making just customary noises about its sole super power staus to use countries like India,against China.And if not thrown out of power soon,congress may involve India in anti-india deals as it did in the nucluer deal.
    .China has another big advantage;She has not made enemies as America has done.Fair weather friends of America may desert her in a crisis.

    Terrorism is no longer Pakistan’s cup of tea.Our relations can quickly improve,if Chidambrams and Anthonies are booted out So,let’s stop cribbing against Pakistan and focus on the ousting of UPA for bringing trillions of dollars of black-money and scam money.That will boost the growth of our economy and consequent growth of strength in the world.China didn’t have to prove her strength by attacking other countries.But she hasn’t ever hesitated to challenge America wherever her national interests were involved.When we have honest and dedicated leaders at the helm of affairs,we will quickly adopt wise and country-centered policies and actions.

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  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_U4ULIXX5BGHH5K737D3DTTPRXY Made.in India

    The distinction between taliban and Pakistan army has been blurring with time. Pakistan army has been trained to fight for “Islam” and not Pakistan which makes them little different from jehadi terrorists. An incident like this was waiting to happen.

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  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_U4ULIXX5BGHH5K737D3DTTPRXY Made.in India

    The only credit Pakistan can claim for its 64 years of existence is the manufacturing and export of high grade terrorism…. they desrve every bit of what they are getting.

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  • Malik Zeeshan

    very nice reply dear…one can never feel the loss of blood until and unless they themselves suffer that,,,Pakistan is that country which is the highest victim of terrorism 30,000 civilians of Pakistan have been killed in this war just to make the world safe..but these indians can never understand that…i hope that they will feel it and understand it once there will be more sagas like Mumbai attack.. and believe me Indian army can never sustain these attacks.

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  • Anonymous

    Dasg,

    Dont you know that destroying temples, Gurdwaras is peaceful act.
    Isnt it Mr. Muhammad Ilyas ?

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  • Raja

    khan sahab…aap jaise log kam hai udhar. ofcourse, koi kisi ki maut pe khushi nahi mana raha idhar. agli baar mein bhi mumbai mein ho sakta hoon, asli sawal wo hai.

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  • Anonymous

    You want India to be destroyed so that you can remove Indian from
    your name and call yourself only — A proud Muslim.
    Is that right ?

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  • Anonymous

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    What has 60 years of efforts to foster friendship with Pakistan given us ??
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    From Gandhi-Nehru, through Shashtri-Indira, Desai-Vajpayee to Manmohan what has India’s policy to foster friendship with Pakistan given us ? It has given us 4 wars, all launched by Pakistan . It has given us extermination of Hindus and Sikhs in West Pakistan and genocide of Bengali Hindus in East Pakistan. It has given us a state that has trained, financed the worst criminals to hijack our planes, attack Parliament, attack temples, provide shelter to Daood and launch 26/11 attack.

    No you may not need to hate Pakistan but loving genocidal criminals from commuinal Jinnah-Iqbal to Yahya-Tikka Khan of the 3 million genocide of Bangladesh, to butcher Zia-UlHaq to the Kargil criminal Musharraf to the originators of 26./11 Kayani-Pasha , there is nothing to love in the bigoted Pakistani state.

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  • Anonymous

    @Mr Arnab Mitra,
    I have a request.
    Mr Joginder Nath Mondal of WB in 1940-ties, played a crucial role in the division of India , as he and 4 other legislators provided crucial support to Jinnah’s Muslim League to form government in undivided Bengal and then in division of India. Mr Mondal gave up everything in India and migrated to Pakistan in 1947. Here is his letter of resignation from Jinnah-Liaqat Pakistan government 3 years later in Oct 1950, when he fled to Calcutta India to save his life.
    Please read it in full as its an insiders account of the chartacter and nature of the Pak state.
    Link provided below.

    http://www.mayerdak.com/root/jnmandal.htm

    (numerous other links to can be found for this historic resignation letter )
    This letter in my opinion must be compulsary reading for anyone studying Indian history for the events surrounding 1947.

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  • Anonymous

    Is the weakening or disentegration of W Pakistan in Indian interests ?
    Do we have state sponsored terrorism from East Pakistan anymore ? No. Infact, Bangladesh has now banned religious parties from parliamentary elections and the state is not engaged in arming, training and protecting jihadi terrorists. If W Pakistan disintegrates into Sindh, Baluchistan, Pakhtoonistan and Punjab, in all likelihood, Sindh, Baluchistan, Pakhtoonistan will be non-terrorist-sponsor states. Yes Pakistan Punjab will remain a criminal thug entity engaged in terrorism. But it will be much weaker and engaged in fights with other ex-units of Pakistan. It would be interestinmg to watch punjab and sindh negotiate distribution of indus waters and punjab’s access to the sea. So Indian should either totally ignore and isolate w pakistan or provide moral and diplomatic support to the units and people that want to get out of the pak punjabi army criminal ideology and rule.

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  • Human Above All

    Sam, you’re cantankerous.
    Better stop posting fundamentalist shit or you’d be knocked down soon.

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  • moyeen

    If your assumption on Islam are negative, we can’t help it. One must ask querries to get benefitted. You don’t like Islam and its views. That is Okay. It’s your freedom of Choice.

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  • moyeen

    How much do you like 50 shades of grey

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  • qwe123kids

    ///***
    Muslims will not let religion decide politics. We as Indian Muslims are very much rooted to party-based, secular, democratic traditions of our great country.
    */

    I Know This Blog is Old but The above Muslim cannot be and won’t Be secualr ..

    Better Use Ticket for Samjuta express and Go to pakistan

    Look At the History..

    Some Book Which Help you Understand Real Islam Why It is Terroist and Hyprocite religion

    1) Understanding Islam Through Hadis: Religious faith or Fanaticism? by Sri Ram Swarup

    2) The Calcutta Quran Petition (Sita Ram Goel )
    3) Heroic Hindu Resistance to Muslim Invaders
    4) Hindu Temples: What Happened to Them Vol. 1 ,2
    5) Muslim Separatism: Causes and Consequences by Sita Ram Goel
    6) The Story of Islamic Imperialism in India
    7) TIPU SULTAN – Villain Or Hero

    8 ) Jihad : The Islamic Doctrine of Permanent War by Suhas Majumdar
    9) Jizyah and the spread of Islam by Harsh Narain

    10) The Legacy of Muslim Rule in India Ks Lal
    11) Muslim Slave System in Medieval India Ks lal
    12) Theory and Practice of Muslim State in India

    13) Muslim League Attack on Sikhs and Hindus in the Punjab 1947
    14) Nationalism And Distortions In Indian History by Dr. N.S. Rajaram

    15) Negationaism in India – Concealing the Record of Islam by Koenraad Elst

    The above books are availbale on Voice of Dharama website in book section for free

    Robert spencer , 16) The Mhummad ,
    17) The Complete Quide to Koran for Infidel
    18) The Politically Incorrect Guide to Islam and the Crusades

    un can donwload Audiobook from any soure fro freedomwlod

    19) Jhiad M.A. Khan

    20) The Syro-Aramaic Reading Of The Koran Christoph Luxenberg (Many version of koran )

    21) The Tragic Story of Partition H.S Saredeasi.

    22) Muslim League Attack on Sikhs and Hindus in the Punjab 1947 by S. Gurbachan Singh Talib

    23) The Origins of the Koran: Classic Essays on Islam’s Holy Book : IBN warrq

    24) savkar Samgra :- Volume 1 – 10

    25) Dr K. Ajram’s Setting the Record Straight: The Miracle of Islamic Science

    26) Why_I_Killed_Gandhi_Nathuram_Godse_s_Last_Speech_in_Court_medium :- Naturam Godse

    I Think 36 books are more then enough…

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