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We don't need religious freedom lectures from the US


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t c mehta
Reply fitting the comment..
by t c mehta (View MyPage) on May 11, 2015 01:23 PM  | Hide replies

Your letter is befitting reply to the so called US report. Only concern is, can it reach to the people who should get it. I only hope that the MFA should have given proper response to the report.
T C Mehta

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sheshadri bhatta
Re: Reply fitting the comment..
by sheshadri bhatta (View MyPage) on May 11, 2015 03:39 PM
good reply sir.........hopefully the Pseudo-secularists also take note of it

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ENGKCVEERANNASETTY
We don't need religious freedom lectures from the US
by ENGKCVEERANNASETTY (View MyPage) on May 11, 2015 12:11 PM

COL ANIL WITH HIS THIS ANSWER HE HAS GIVEN EYES AND EARS TO THE USA ANNUAL BASHING OF INDIA ON THE SUBJECT. NOW THAT US HAS GOT EYES AND EARS IT SHOULD START HOW BEST THEY THEIR ALLIES ARE PRACTICING THEIR LESSON. I ASK US FIRST YOU CORRECT YOUR SELF BEFORE TELLING INDA.
ENG.K.C.VEERANNA SETTY INDIA.

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RAJENDER KHURANA
VERY INFORMATIVE
by RAJENDER KHURANA (View MyPage) on May 11, 2015 10:09 AM

Dear Col Athale - Your article is very informative for a common Indian citizen. Well written. Pl see if it can be publicized further through other media fronts.

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NN Bhatt
Bravo....
by NN Bhatt (View MyPage) on May 09, 2015 11:20 PM

Well thought out and written response. Its a kick on their hind side. US continues to believe its a world policeman. Nothing farther from reality.

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adam smith
A Very Thought Out.....
by adam smith (View MyPage) on May 09, 2015 08:40 PM

....and well written article, Sir!

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Sanjeev Caleb
amazing contrast
by Sanjeev Caleb (View MyPage) on May 09, 2015 07:56 PM  | Hide replies

At one side this retired army officer is rebuking US for their so called report on the other hand people in thousands of thousands are flocking the US Embassy to get US visa. Why so much attraction ppl have about America? Even our PM invited US Prez for Republic day celebration. What an amazing contrast.


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Jaswinder Chabra
Re: amazing contrast
by Jaswinder Chabra (View MyPage) on May 10, 2015 04:42 PM
It is also amazing as to why US companies want to come and sell their wares in Indian market. Why don't they boycott Indian market or refuse Invitation to visit India when there is no religious freedom. May be they are shameless or not serious about what they say?

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David Jacob
Re: Re: amazing contrast
by David Jacob (View MyPage) on May 11, 2015 10:34 AM
Seriously, there is nothing impossible about the scenario you just outlined. For the sake of humanity don't make achieving it your ambition in life !

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MMK Rao
Re: amazing contrast
by MMK Rao (View MyPage) on May 11, 2015 11:50 AM
The US badly needs skilled and talented people in various areas, for the land with enormous naturally endowed resources is waiting to be 'constructed' to a very great extent. The early European explorers' newer generations cannot accomplish this all by themselves with all the technological power at their command. In fact this is a continuation of the European settlers who had to bring shiploads of Arican labour. Considered from this viewpoint the paradox of thousands on thousands of Indians (and other Asians) rushing for US visas is easy to understand. And with its urge to remain the mightiest global power, the US has devised numerous diplomatic, economic and military strategies that include campaigning - all over the globe - for cultural, religious, and political stratagems as one major component which is actively pursued using both overt and covert methods.

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arulraj
Don't compare
by arulraj (View MyPage) on May 09, 2015 07:33 PM  | Hide replies

Here most of the blind bakthas are comparing our nation with other nations. There is no other nation in the world like our Mother INDIA. Each and every nation is unique. We have our own identity as Indians. We have our uniqueness and quality which was appreciated and still is, our own speciality of hospitality and accommodating and adjusting with every one which is not very popular in any part of the world. But this present reality is bringing a plot to this our own special uniqueness. If any one says we are better than so and so, we cannot be satisfied with the little better situation of so and so. Because in no time we also will be like so and so if we deny the fact and go ahead with hatred and intolerance which is not good for our won peaceful existence as well as for the progress of the nation.

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Jaswinder Chabra
Re: Don't compare
by Jaswinder Chabra (View MyPage) on May 10, 2015 04:55 PM
Some times people take advantage of our 'uniqueness'. Behind the veil of this 'uniqueness' '& 'accommodation',some carry out their own nefarious agendas. No harm in being extra cautious and alert to such dangers.

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srinivasan Murugesa
Anglo-Saxon Barbarism
by srinivasan Murugesa (View MyPage) on May 09, 2015 07:02 PM  | Hide replies

Anglo-Saxons have a history of barbarism.
1. Upto 20th Century-Attacked countries all over the world for loot.
2. 1800-2000-Systematically eliminated native indians and took over their land in America.
3. 1700-1900-Kidnapped africans in mass in cruel conditions and treated them as slave animals.
4.-1960-Practiced apartheid.
5.Supported South Africa in Apartheid for centuries.
6. Killed millions of Jews in Germany.
7.Now-In the name of Globalisation-Petrodollar terrorising the economies of other countries.

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kieran dsouza
Re: Anglo-Saxon Barbarism
by kieran dsouza (View MyPage) on May 09, 2015 07:29 PM
100% agree don't know why Rediff is deleting my comments

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