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How to tackle terror situations? Tell us!

November 24, 2005

Five days after his kidnapping by the Taliban in Afghanistan, Indian driver Maniappan Kutty was killed brutally, his throat slashed, on Wednesday.

Prime Minister Manmohan Singh termed the killinga 'cowardly and brutal' act that reflected the 'cruel and inhuman character of the Taliban'.

Law Minister H R Bhardwaj, in a message to the Indian Council of Jurists, stressed the need for speedy trial in terrorism cases and awarding 'strong and swift' punishment to perpetrators of terror.

How do you think India should deal with incidents like Kutty's murder? What action can the government take, beyond expressing outrage? Tell us.



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Number of User Comments: 33




Sub: How to tackle terror situations?

Problem to tackle terror situations wil reduce once terror is controlled, for which more n regular SECURITY CHECKS & amendment in LAWS is required urgently. ...


Posted by hardeep





Sub: MUSH the terror

The heads of all religions world over should be made to speak openly to ...


Posted by Rakesh Thakur





Sub: Fighting terrorism

Kutty is the victim of terrorism in the name of religion. The heads of all religions world over should be made to speak openly to ...


Posted by Sharad Korde, Thane





Sub: terrorism & human rights

our army / paramilitary has been blamed for human rights violation but no one gives a thought to the rights of hundreds of thousand of ...


Posted by deepak





Sub: fighting terrorism

The reason why terrorists and even gangsters can strike so coldly is because the people dont know how to fight back. When it comes to ...


Posted by anil




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