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Blasts in delhi

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Blasts in delhi

Postby vipins » 13 Sep 2008 18:30

news reports coming in about 3 blasts in delhi at gaffar market,CP n GK-1 m block market.

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Re: Blasts in delhi

Postby vipins » 13 Sep 2008 18:37

reports updated to total 4 blasts...2 blasts at CP :evil: :evil:

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Re: Blasts in delhi

Postby vipins » 13 Sep 2008 18:39

http://www.rediff.com/news/2008/sep/13delhi.htm

Four blasts rocked New Delhi [Images] on Saturday evening. The first blast was reported in Delhi's Karol Bagh, the second in M-block market in Greater Kailash and two in Cannaught Place in Delhi.

The causes of the blasts are unknown. The first blast took place at 6.15 pm.

Further details are awaited.

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Re: Blasts in delhi

Postby vipins » 13 Sep 2008 18:48

http://www.ibnlive.com/news/four-blasts ... 510-3.html

Four explosions in quick succession shook the capital Saturday evening. It was not immediately clear if the second and third blasts, in Greater Kailash and Connaught Place, were terror blasts, but the police said the first blast, in Karol Bagh, was the result of a CNG cylinder explosion.

Two people were injured in the first blast in the busy Gaffar market of Karol Bagh in Central Delhi.

The explosion took place in a CNG (Compressed Natural Gas) cylinder in an auto rickshaw in Gaffar Market, the hub of mobile shops. Ambulances and police rushed to the spot.

Reports of three casualties reported in central district blasts approximately 50 admitted to Ram Manohar Lohia Hospital. Reportedly, many have been injured near Delhi’s Palika Bazaar.

Police asked people not to panic.

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Re: Blasts in delhi

Postby sanjaychoudhry » 13 Sep 2008 18:51

Toll till now:

Five dead and 40 injured.

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Re: Blasts in delhi

Postby BSR Murthy » 13 Sep 2008 19:09

******** at it again :evil:
National ID.
Close the holes in borders especially with BD.
Expose and probe SIMI supporters.
Bring back POTA.
Repeal 370.
Hit ISI covertly and overtly.
Elect nationalists.

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Re: Blasts in delhi

Postby John Snow » 13 Sep 2008 19:17

Sad very sad state of affairs.
Sincere condolences to the families affected.
what is the score by the way?

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Re: Blasts in delhi

Postby derkonig » 13 Sep 2008 19:19

MMS can sleep soundly tonite.
In the next LS polls, all these sekoolaar parties need to be wiped out.
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Re: Blasts in delhi

Postby sampat » 13 Sep 2008 19:23

NDTV
Indian Mujhaideen taking responsibility
9 confirmed deaths.

These Simi pigs should be burried alive with dead Pigs.

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Re: Blasts in delhi

Postby Rupesh » 13 Sep 2008 19:24

With a spineless govt. this was bound to happen

Serial blasts rock Delhi; 7 dead

NEW DELHI: Five explosions rocked three crowded markets in Delhi on Saturday evening, leaving at least seven people dead, according to police.

The blasts at Ghaffar market in Karol Bagh, Connaught Place and Greater Kailash (M-block) took place in a quick succession, police said.

The first blast took place at Ghaffar market in which at least 20 people were injured. They were rushed to nearby RML Hospital.

Immediately after that, two explosions took place in Connaught Place in which at least 10 people were injured.

Another explosion rocked M-Block market in Greater Kailash-I.

The impact of the blasts in Karol Bagh could be gauged by the fact that an auto was thrown up and got caught in the electrical wires.

Senior Police officials including Joint Commissioner of Police Karnail Singh rushed to the spot in the central district and were assessing the situation.

Indian Mujahideen claims responsibility

In an email to media organisations, Indian Mujahideen, the terror outfit that had claimed responsibility for the July 26 Ahmedabad blasts, said it had carried out the serial blasts in Delhi. It threatened that there would be nine blasts in all.

Sarojini Nagar market, scene of the pre-Diwali eve blasts in 2005, in which more than 60 people were killed, has been evacuated.

http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/Serial_blasts_rock_Delhi_7_dead/articleshow/3479914.cms

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Re: Blasts in delhi

Postby Dmurphy » 13 Sep 2008 19:29

derkonig wrote:MMS can sleep soundly tonite.
In the next LS polls, all these sekoolar parties need to be wiped out.


Get a life guys...
Nobody seems to notice that for 40 years, India didn't experience such terrorism even with the so called 'sekoolar parties' at the helm.

Nobody also notices that even with the desh-bhakt 'nationalist' governments, ghastly blasts took place...right within state and national legislative assemblies!! People talk of bringing back POTA and the same time defend the release of the founders of JeM who have killed countless Indians over the years, irrespective of their religion.

Lets not see every blast in this country as yet another chance to bash up secularists.
This is a moment of truth for us, lets be with the Delhiites who've lost their loved ones.

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Re: Blasts in delhi

Postby munna » 13 Sep 2008 19:30

:( Andher Nagri Chaupat Raja.... Indian blood seems to be cheaper than water nowadays. God bless the victims and their families

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Re: Blasts in delhi

Postby John Snow » 13 Sep 2008 19:32

I think its again time to rationalize and analysis as to
1) why it happened?
2what was expected?
3) Does Indo US deal have anything to do with this?
4) Is ISI behind this?
5) should we blame TSP for this?
6) Is the Indian (Hindu) Psyche unraveling?
7) Is NDA to blame for this?
8) Is Gandhi to be blamed for this?
9) Should we give away Kashmir to Unkil?
10) Will the economy suffer If we catch the terrorists?
11) If we catch the criminals there might be backlash from liberal Islamic international community?
12) Should we seek PRC help?

so much to analyze ....

But is there a hope of Chai bisccots at the end?

This I predict in Indian press, India leadership will grapple with and BRF will again start a huge thread that too new one.

Obla di Obla da
Life goes on la la la
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Re: Blasts in delhi

Postby Singha » 13 Sep 2008 19:33

5 blasts, 18 killed per TV so far...

both my sister and BIL work in CP.
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Re: Blasts in delhi

Postby vsudhir » 13 Sep 2008 19:33

Does law enforcement and the intelligence apparatus have all the legal, technical, and other tools and resources to take down these networks? If not, why not? A rational line of thought can likely make clear the gaps there are. The intelligence training school NM has been asking for makes sense.

Special courts, fast-track might also be needed.

The more pertinent question is political. How to insulate law enforcement and investigative agencies from political influence? How to expose those saying 'don't investigate this community or that'?

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Re: Blasts in delhi

Postby sampat » 13 Sep 2008 19:34

NDTV reporting:

18 Killed

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Re: Blasts in delhi

Postby A Sharma » 13 Sep 2008 19:34

NDTV
18 dead so far

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Re: Blasts in delhi

Postby munna » 13 Sep 2008 19:35

Dmurphy wrote:
derkonig wrote:MMS can sleep soundly tonite.
In the next LS polls, all these sekoolar parties need to be wiped out.


Get a life guys...
Nobody seems to notice that for 40 years, India didn't experience such terrorism even with the so called 'sekoolar parties' at the helm.

Nobody also notices that even with the desh-bhakt 'nationalist' governments, ghastly blasts took place...right within state and national legislative assemblies!!

Murphy ji the biggest act of terrorism that is the ethnic cleansing of Hindus took place right under the nose to these very people in 1947, Kshmiri Pandit genocide in 1990-91 took place under them and now the series of serial blasts all over the nation took place under them. Granted blasts can happen any where and any time but to deliberately obfuscate investigations, giving clean chits to SIMI/ Indian Mujahideen and to save Afjal point towards something very sinister. Killing of Indians without any cost on the killers in unpardonable.

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Re: Blasts in delhi

Postby amitmas » 13 Sep 2008 19:49

Condolences to the families of all that have been affected. Just returned from a busy market and the thing that requires mention this time around is that the Delhi Polica has at least moved in Very Fast. They are evecuating markets and are present in large numbers everywhere. They couldnt prevent it but at least are trying their best to ensure this dosent spread into something else.

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Re: Blasts in delhi

Postby munna » 13 Sep 2008 19:55

Yes Delhi Police's action is remarkable and commendable in three ways
a) They have been very quick in reaching the sites and evacuating the areas.
b) They have cordoned off the whole area and not letting the media in. Good to have these 24*7 types kept in their place and not allowed to trample on sensitive forensic clues.
c) They have not made any unsubstantiated statements which might be used by the HR organizations and Liberals to save the terrorists later.

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Re: Blasts in delhi

Postby Rishirishi » 13 Sep 2008 19:59

Just wondering.

Are all the organisations like SIMI, LET, Jaish E Mohamad etc Deobandis? Why not put all Debandi mullas in jail and level Deoband.

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Re: Blasts in delhi

Postby Dmurphy » 13 Sep 2008 20:00

@ Munnabhai and the like...

I never defended the lack of action against the jihadi foolhardy jackasses. But singling out a particular section of the Indian polity is not gonna bring peace...definitely not!

Deal with terror with an iron fist! Noose them, shoot them or better, make them cry in apology in public! Also get to the roots of it...in the dirty gullies of Byculla and Mumbra, single out the rotten apples and send them straight to hell.

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Re: Blasts in delhi

Postby SRoy » 13 Sep 2008 20:04

All mobile networks around CP jammed.

Markets closed...I live a long way off from central Delhi...West Delhi. There is a massive chaos and traffic jam on the main arterial roads.

The casualty figures seems low in the CP blast, either the Police is lying or the crude bombs were used. CP is jampacked on Saturdays.

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Re: Blasts in delhi

Postby SSridhar » 13 Sep 2008 20:06

The Delhi Police have to be careful in hospitals. We should not let the repeat of Ahmedabad.

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Re: Blasts in delhi

Postby Dmurphy » 13 Sep 2008 20:08

SRoy wrote:All mobile networks around CP jammed.


They always do that! They did that in Mumbai too!! Just when we need it the most. Any specific reason behind it?

Is it to try and hold back the spread of panic?
Or is it to stop more remote controlled bombs from going of?

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Re: Blasts in delhi

Postby munna » 13 Sep 2008 20:09

A particular type of Indian polity overtly sympathises with the perpetrator of these acts so what can we do? Keep quiet and let them do whatever they want to. If a normal, hard working and tax paying citizen of this country can be killed by certain people and those very people and organizations are supported by our so called leaders then I am sorry to say we live in a Banana republic except those of us fortunate to live in Gujarat.
PS: I am no Munnabhai just Munna Murphyji

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Re: Blasts in delhi

Postby Sanjay M » 13 Sep 2008 20:10

Dmurphy wrote:
derkonig wrote:MMS can sleep soundly tonite.
In the next LS polls, all these sekoolar parties need to be wiped out.


Get a life guys...
Nobody seems to notice that for 40 years, India didn't experience such terrorism even with the so called 'sekoolar parties' at the helm.

Nobody also notices that even with the desh-bhakt 'nationalist' governments, ghastly blasts took place...right within state and national legislative assemblies!! People talk of bringing back POTA and the same time defend the release of the founders of JeM who have killed countless Indians over the years, irrespective of their religion.

Lets not see every blast in this country as yet another chance to bash up secularists.
This is a moment of truth for us, lets be with the Delhiites who've lost their loved ones.



Blasts are a result of Congress Party letting Pak get nukes, allowing it a shield to strike from behind. Happened on their watch, so they're to blame.

I'm an atheist, and I've had it with your kind of "treading water" responses. What are you waiting for -- the next bombing after this one? Your goal seems to be that we should forget about each bombing, and sleepwalk into the next one.
Secularism has been hijacked by the Left, and is now used by them as ammunition to justify every anti-national act, including bombings.

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Re: Blasts in delhi

Postby shiv » 13 Sep 2008 20:11

Please do not say anything to harm the secular fabric of the country. Terrorists have no religion. Terrorists come from any religion. I have reason to suspect that "a certain neighboring country" has ill will towards India. But we believe in peace and friendship. Our secular credentials are second to none. I am sure it is the RSS or BJP who have done this in the name of "Indian Mujahiddeen" just to give a bad name to a certain community

This is a time for love. Remember Babri Masjid. Remember Gujarat. We cannot blame any community for violence until we clean our own hearts.

I am sure the government will set up a panel to enquire into these blasts. Our anti terrorism laws are draconian. They will simply arrest innocent people of a certain community.

I am not sure we need a new thread. There are so many blasts in the world. Let us talk about riots in Orissa and inflation. I appeal to forum members finer senses from my heart's bottom.

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Re: Blasts in delhi

Postby Sanjay M » 13 Sep 2008 20:15

The so-called "Indian Mujahedin" previously bombed us immediately after the parliamentary vote passing the 123 Deal. Quickly, Gujarat was raked up as the justification.

Now, after India gets the NSG Waiver, again the "Indian Mujahedin" has struck, and soon we'll again see Gujarat conveniently raked up as the reason.

And when the first foreign reactor from this deal gets built, we'll see another bombing from the "Indian Mujahedin" and of course Gujarat will again be cited as the reason.


Pak/ISI are of course behind these bombings. If they have no qualms about orchestrating terror attacks against the US Army and NATO, then why would they hesitate in bombing Indians?

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Re: Blasts in delhi

Postby Tamang » 13 Sep 2008 20:17

Lo ji....

http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/PM_c ... 480074.cms

NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Manmohan Singh today strongly condemned the serial blasts in the national capital this evening and appealed to the people to maintain calm.

He expressed grief over the loss of lives in blasts, a PMO spokesman said.

Congress also condemned the serial blasts in Delhi, saying the UPA government would go all out to tackle the terrorist menace.

"This is a heinous crime by terrorists. The AICC strongly condemns it and the government will firmly deal with the terrorists. We will not allow this to go on," party's media department chief M Veerappa Moily told reporters here soon after the blasts.

He said Congress President Sonia Gandhi has conveyed her heartfelt grief and assured all help to the victims.
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Re: Blasts in delhi

Postby shiv » 13 Sep 2008 20:18

Sanjay M wrote:T
Pak/ISI are of course behind these bombings. If they have no qualms about orchestrating terror attacks against the US Army and NATO, then why would they hesitate in bombing Indians?


Yes. Indian Muslims have no role. There is no involvement of Muslims in India who are totally innocent - all of them. I sleep in peace because of this - just like those 18 in Delhi tonight.

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Re: Blasts in delhi

Postby SSridhar » 13 Sep 2008 20:18

Rishirishi wrote:Just wondering.

Are all the organisations like SIMI, LET, Jaish E Mohamad etc Deobandis? Why not put all Debandi mullas in jail and level Deoband.


They are all Deobandis. Recently, Deoband announced a fatwa declaring such terrorist attacks as un-Islamic. It was rightly hailed by all sections of the secular fabric as one more manifestation of how mainstream clergy are totally against terror. Sometime back, Ms. Tavleen Singh visited Deoband Dar-ul-Uloom and had described her eerie experience as well. So, the clergy have not modernized or they play taqiyyah. Nothing will work, unless the particular religion is totally re-shaped to eliminate thought processes that do not allow tolerance and peaceful co-existence. Even then, it may take another century before a semblance of order dawns. In the meanwhile, the terrorists and their supporters from this religion should be ruthlessly dealt with and we need more stringent laws than even POTA and the political will to use the available laws. We can now speak about this religion wrt this incident because IM has accepted its responsibilty.
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Re: Blasts in delhi

Postby shiv » 13 Sep 2008 20:19

Tamang wrote:He said Congress President Sonia Gandhi has conveyed her heartfelt grief and assured all help to the victims.


For burial I guess?

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Re: Blasts in delhi

Postby shiv » 13 Sep 2008 20:21

sampat wrote:NDTV
Indian Mujhaideen taking responsibility
9 confirmed deaths.

These Simi pigs should be burried alive with dead Pigs.


Go wash your mouth. Islam is a religion of peace.

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Re: Blasts in delhi

Postby vsudhir » 13 Sep 2008 20:21

Good point, Sanjay M.

IMO, would be great of Pranab da (or the NSa, perhaps) came out with a categorical statement denying any indian involvement in the suicide bombings, amputations, head choppings, mosque massacres, sectarian bloodlettings, gas pipeline vaccum-bursts, pork droppings into Eid meals etc that happen on a routine basis everywhere in Papistan. IN a sombre tone, if manageble "I repeat, India has nothing to do with these incidents that are increasing in frequency in Pakistan. Our condolences onlee".

That should set off enough angst in Papistan to ignite 100 GW right then and there. :evil:

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Re: Blasts in delhi

Postby Singha » 13 Sep 2008 20:22

amoral specwar is the only option.

dharma leaves behind a trail of innocent dead.

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Re: Blasts in delhi

Postby Sanjay M » 13 Sep 2008 20:22

shiv wrote:Please do not say anything to harm the secular fabric of the country. Terrorists have no religion. Terrorists come from any religion. I have reason to suspect that "a certain neighboring country" has ill will towards India. But we believe in peace and friendship. Our secular credentials are second to none. I am sure it is the RSS or BJP who have done this in the name of "Indian Mujahiddeen" just to give a bad name to a certain community


Mr Moderator, I am afraid that I do not regard that as being a very moderate statement.

Why would you say that RSS/BJP have committed such a bombing? It is statements like these which give Indian "secularism" a bad name, since those proclaiming themselves as secularists often make the most unreasonable allegations, based on the flimsiest reasoning.

I am an atheist, but I do not regard the so-called "Indian secularism" to be real secularism, as it is practiced all over the world. In India, "secularism" has been reduced to Hindu-bashing, and has destroyed its own credibility. Wanton accusations that RSS/BJP would have done such things is an example of what Indian "secularism" has deteriorated into.

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Re: Blasts in delhi

Postby amitmas » 13 Sep 2008 20:24

shiv wrote:
Sanjay M wrote:T
Pak/ISI are of course behind these bombings. If they have no qualms about orchestrating terror attacks against the US Army and NATO, then why would they hesitate in bombing Indians?


Yes. Indian Muslims have no role. There is no involvement of Muslims in India who are totally innocent - all of them. I sleep in peace because of this - just like those 18 in Delhi tonight.



Do you have any idea of how many of these unfortunate 18 were from which section of the society ???
Statements like this IMHO is just what ISI and the likes want. I am in Delhi and beleive me today everyone was running once the news hit be it whatever sect of the society.

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Re: Blasts in delhi

Postby SSridhar » 13 Sep 2008 20:27

amitmas wrote:Do you have any idea of how many of these unfortunate 18 were from which section of the society ???
Statements like this IMHO is just what ISI and the likes want. I am in Delhi and beleive me today everyone was running once the news hit be it whatever sect of the society.


A fine example of a secular argument. Effects of terror affect everyone equally, irrespective of the religion. It is like Pakistan claiming today that it is the worst sufferer of terrorism.

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Re: Blasts in delhi

Postby Sanjay M » 13 Sep 2008 20:27

shiv wrote:
Sanjay M wrote:T
Pak/ISI are of course behind these bombings. If they have no qualms about orchestrating terror attacks against the US Army and NATO, then why would they hesitate in bombing Indians?


Yes. Indian Muslims have no role. There is no involvement of Muslims in India who are totally innocent - all of them. I sleep in peace because of this - just like those 18 in Delhi tonight.


Okay, I see you are being sarcastic, so I apologize.

Yes, there are always going to be some fringe members of society who are willing to attack the country. But I'm saying that when the bombings are happening right after each nuclear milestone, then it shows that Pak is the brains behind the attacks.


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