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Thursday, November 27, 2008

Jai Hind


Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus (Railway Station)in Mumbai where the terrorists opened fire claiming several innocent lives.


With a heavy heart... Delhi today prays for our countrymen and foreign nationals trapped in the worst terror attack ever that is still continuing in the financial capital of India, Mumbai. May the perpetrators be brought to justice as soon as possible and peace be on the bereaved.

Jai Hind

15 comments:

Er. Avinash Pandey said...

Democracies don't go to war against each other, and by and large they don't sponsor terrorism. They're more likely to respect the environment and human rights and social justice. It's no accident that most of the terrorists come from non-democratic countries

Jazzy said...

i'm so shocked and saddened by the news.
my heart goes to you!

Er. Nidhi Mishra said...

its stongly condemnable act of coward who dont have any religion or faith. India will win over it.
Jai Hind!!

nituscorner said...

Too shocked and numb !!!!! when will Peace return.

JM said...

I'm also so shocked! So many innocents killed and injuried! And still counting... India didn't deserve this, it's not fair! My thoughts are with everyone out there, especially the remaining hostages.

ulotny said...

I'm with you all from my heart.
Take my condolences.

alice said...

Thoughts from France. Hope tomorrow will be better.

Kris said...

Madness. Let's hope that peace prevails.

Dr. Pragya bajaj said...

The Mumbai blasts have exposed the government’s failure to combat terrorism, which has not only claimed hundreds of innocent lives but also endangered peace and harmony.

All that the government seems to be doing after every attack is to condemn the dastardly act and instantly go into hibernation.

Dr. Palki Vajpayee said...

I share the grief and the shock of the families, Indian and foreign, whose members were killed in the dastardly attacks. The immediate task before the Maharashtra government should be to remove the sense of insecurity that has gripped the people of Mumbai on the streets, in public places, and within their homes.

Dr. Neha Srivastav said...

Its horrible & very insecured feeling. we as a citizen should be more alert & aware. Government on other hand should be better prepared and learn its lessons....its been 25 yrs now when India is facing terorism....hope Mumbai returns to euilibrium fast.
My support goes to all fellow citizens and all who died including those brave hearts security forces aho gave their life.
we will win battle against terrorism.
Jai Hind!

Er. Prachi Pandey said...

As bad as it gets

Er. Prachi Pandey said...

@ Avinash- sorry but i disagree with you here as terrorism has nothing to do with type of Government (Democtratic/non-democratic)as terrorism has no morals, religon, face & boundaries. Its absolue madness.

magiceye said...

Thank you so much for your concern and good wishes.

Happy Thanksgiving.

Sally said...

All our love from Australia too....we are rivals on the cricket pitch, and that is where our friendly "wars" should stay - on sporting grounds not like this....

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