Discussion Board

Delhi CWG may be called off if...

Total 569 messages Pages | 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5   Older >   >>
jesudina karan
People should unite in this issue
by jesudina karan on Sep 30, 2010 11:46 AM

I am indeed wonder why we are not taking much seriousness in this issue?. People of our country should be unite and remove the negative impressions about CWG from our own fellow citizens and other country people by sending e mail and so on. Our people are indeed losing their integrity in this issue. So, medias should take action against it. They often make the donkey into horse and horse into donkey. One thing they have to keep it in mind that we are organising such a mega event and all the countries are watching us how we are going to conduct the event?. If people of our country thinking that CWG just a sports event, i am so sorry to say that we are not a real citizens of our country. We are just talking about the corruptions in the CWG and no one in india take a seriousness of it. For example friends talking about the corruptions in CWG like hey X they have taken this much amount of money from this etc. and then they laugh. Organising international games in any country is not only for sports, besides integrity, culture etc. So friends lets spread the positve news about CWG to our friends. Rich people of our country shoud also help them to government in this issue. Especially school and college students should know the seriousness about the CWG. We have to show our concord in organising CWG. It is our duty. Foreigners shoud admire about our games and unity. This is the time to show our unity. JAI HIND.

    Forward  |  'Report abuse' disabled by moderator
Rajesh Surisetty
Congress govt should be blammed
by Rajesh Surisetty on Sep 22, 2010 08:02 PM

Really surprised to see these kind of fraud and highly corrupted management....if we recall Asia Afro games conducted at hyderabad few years ago by Chandrababu naidu ..it was been a successful history,pride and master piece of work..which Congress has to accept that they can only maintain wt other governments did can't do or innovate a good things to india..they are only for scams and make money for their grand kids

    Forward  |  Report abuse
Naveen Madhu
stop paying tax
by Naveen Madhu on Sep 22, 2010 06:50 PM  | Hide replies

What ever drama is played by set of incompetent corrupt leaders is at the expence of public money. Tax is colledted in various form for developments. But instead of doing something for the country the leaders are sharing the money among themselves. To teach these people a lesson people should stop paying taxes.Ib the name of commonwealth most of the money is shared by leaders, their people, contrators...thne how can we expect quality from the result we are seeing. It will be better to call of the game or make it game for our MPs

    Forward  |  Report abuse
Re: stop paying tax
by shaank on Sep 29, 2010 08:03 PM
Rs. 20000 crores shud b fished out from the pockets of Delhites n Delhi Gov. as this much or more hs been spent on city of Delhi in name of CWG has made the rest of the nation poorer in much reqd. infra.. like hospitals n.... congies hv done this for ironcasting delhi city votes in their favour which r psychologically very important....

   Forward   |   Report abuse
Ashamed Indian
Sad reality
by Ashamed Indian on Sep 22, 2010 06:17 PM

The sad reality is as a person correctly said - "people get leaders they deserve". We are a nation of corrupt illiterate pan chewing idiots. When Lalit Bhanot has the audacity to come dressed like he just woke up from under a sewer and talk about "perception" of hygiene, I felt like slapping him in the face. He speaks for Indians who are perfectly civilized unlike the brute that he is. And our PM was obviously sleeping on the job if he couldnt see this coming. All idiots.

    Forward  |  Report abuse
patricia williams
by patricia williams on Sep 22, 2010 04:32 PM

Cancel it immediately. Our name has already been spoilt. Don't give room for more unpleasant comments .

    Forward  |  Report abuse
mukesh khattar
by mukesh khattar on Sep 22, 2010 04:29 PM

Its shame for the way things are happening. Somebody personally should take responsibility of it. I dont understand what our PM is doing? he should take stern action against Delhi CM and Kalmadi.

    Forward  |  Report abuse
arun t
So sad....
by arun t on Sep 22, 2010 02:57 PM  | Hide replies

Save the pride of our nation. Pl. call of CWG or postpone it.

    Forward  |  Report abuse
Re: So sad....
by Globalcrusador on Sep 22, 2010 03:25 PM
The most honourable way out would be to delay this by 6 months so that everything, including India's pride as a nation, would be put in proper place.

   Forward   |   Report abuse
Bring the Brits back ...
by dogsaveindia on Sep 22, 2010 06:52 AM  | Hide replies

..to kick these brats out.

We are a hapless nation that knows nothing about good leadership. We are after all sheep.
The "Rajas" that rule us today are worse than the white lords we had and are probably worse than the real Rajas we had before the brits.
Its time to call this democratic experiment a failure and get some outside help; am all for the white overlords to take over and fix this sh*thole again.

    Forward  |  Report abuse
Aravind Nair
Re: Bring the Brits back ...
by Aravind Nair on Sep 22, 2010 08:01 PM
Agree fully, but sorry, brother, the Brits are too busy fighting to stay afloat in their own country after being flooded by immigrants from South Asia (and their "honour-killing" culture). If they can't kick out the desis from Old Blighty, what more can they do almost half-way round the globe?

   Forward   |   Report abuse
Plain Speak
Congress wealth Games ! Very correct
by Plain Speak on Sep 22, 2010 05:56 AM

It will not be a surprise if the kangress organises some kind of security issue to scare the athletes away and then blame the faisco on 'terror' so that everyone forgets the corruption and chamchagiri. Best way to divert attention is to have an 'act' of terror and then it will be 'aal izz well' again.

    Forward  |  Report abuse
Total 569 messages Pages: | 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5   Older >   >>
Write a message