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August 25, 2003

Ghatkopar, Vile Parle, Mulund, then Ghatkopar again, and on Monday, the Gateway of India and Zaveri Bazaar.

Is there a pattern in the blasts that are hitting India's financial capital at regular intervals since December 2002?

Could these repeated attempts to disrupt life indicate a ploy to turn Mumbai into a replica of Pakistan's commercial capital Karachi, which has become synonymous with sectarian and terrorist bloodshed?



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Sub: mumbai blasts

Why are we blaming the terrorists when we have our own political system which cant do anything against the terrorists. If india decides to take ...


Posted by deepak





Sub: This is a shameless & cowardly act by those involved in it

these blasts show that there are lot of cruel yet cowardly, low slung & evil people out there to take the lives of the innocent ...


Posted by santosh





Sub: Why Mumbai It may not be that way for long

The cold/hot war dispute between India and Pakistan is what we live with. When both parties have a problem and you are not concretly sure ...


Posted by Srinivas





Sub: Mumbai Blasts

I have lived in Mumbai throughout my life till 2 years back when I moved out! What really distresses me is the Mumbai that I ...


Posted by Reema Sharma





Sub: Strong intelligence

I wish India develops much more stronger intelligence base to counter this menace. and the government tightens security laws. it is time we lauch a ...


Posted by hari krishna Vomkarey




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