I am sorry but this unless this cancerous Brain tumour is removed the Elephant will soon die.
WTF can this be considered
AFSPA withdrawal: CCS to meet on Monday
AFSPA withdrawal: CCS to meet on Monday
Question: This sounds fine but why don't you see the ground reality in the Valley? India is living in a globalised world. More than 60 deaths can never be accepted. The over-emphasis on security is at the base of today's problem and here you are advocating more security measures.
Answer: You will have to change the agenda in the environment where you are living. One, in this world no country negotiates its territory. The era of changing geographical boundaries is over. The (Atal Bihari) Vajpayee regime didn't have the majority to make several constitutional changes. But, one important factor which was a contribution of the Vajpayee regime, was that we stopped he internationalisation of the issue of J&K. We substituted it with cross-border terrorism. Nobody talked about 'Kashmir' in New Delhi [ Images ]. (The Pakistan) President Pervez Musharraf [ Images ] tried it in Agra [ Images ] and the talks failed. Your question speaks volumes of Prime Minister Manmohan Singh's [ Images ] Kashmir policy. This question means that we are afraid of world opinion and Kashmir is once again internationalised and nobody is talking about cross-border terrorism.
Sanjay M wrote:Don't worry, Kaangress can always reach back to their beloved Rajiv Gandhi in repeating past "solutions" to these current problems - they can gift Kashmiris with EVMs.
The violence in Srinagar on Saturday, when separatists reneged on their promise to keep peace, could bolster those who have been counselling caution in lifting the AFSPA. This much was conceded by Omar Abdullah himself. Talking to a TV channel, the chief minister said that the violence will "cast a shadow" on the efforts to withdraw the AFSPA.
The continued opposition makes the CCS meeting, now scheduled for Monday, very crucial, and may leave Prime Minister Manmohan Singh playing the arbiter on the sensitive issue. Army's reservations have been conveyed to the Prime Minister by its chief, General V K Singh, himself. Significantly, General Singh had earlier publicly complained about the political leadership frittering away the gains the armed forces have made in the fight against terror at a huge cost.
I would like to point to the members who are dreaming of MMS being shunted out - NO WAY. He has mastered to checkmate the Gandhis pretty good. Chidu is helpful too.
3) ...China is to be feared.: This is an Indian hang up. It belongs in a genre of Indian perceptions based on poor self esteem and the belief that we have been enslaved, robbed, hoodwinked, cheated and that we cannot handle the world which is too clever for us. Everyone is more clever and scheming and more concerned with their self interest than India.
4) China knows that they can beat us any time. So, like cunning jackals they trap us by quietly surrounding us. This is a funny one. The fallacy in this view is never mentioned. If China can beat us any time why do they have to use all these silly "hints and isharas". China should really be dropping the Indian frog in boiling water to finish it off right away. That is because we, with our poor self image believe that everyone sees us the way we see ourselves. Weak and waffling.
abhishek_sharma wrote:Poll on J&K issue
78% Indians outside J&K want Indian forces to stop using bullets against unarmed protesters demanding independence *sigh*
74% Indians outside J&K want complete merger of J&K in India
Suppiah wrote:praksam wrote:[img]http://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-
Looks like a perfect job for a daily-cutter...
Altair wrote:Is it just me or Does anyone see similarities with the color revolutions orchestrated by unkil?
Acharya wrote:Prem wrote:Who so ever behind the move, cant be a well wisher of india and how hard is it to recognize the real hand behind the whole panga?
Follow the money
TIME OF TROUBLES: This graffiti on a road on the outskirts of the State capital captures the mood in Kashmir. A curfew was imposed in Srinagar and other major towns in the Valley following a serious outbreak of anti-India violence.
Users browsing this forum: No registered users and 10 guests