Rediff India Abroad
 Rediff India Abroad Home  |  All the sections

Search:



The Web

India Abroad





Home > News > First Look


Protests greet Bush

February 28, 2006

Muslims in Mumbai demonstrated against US President George W Bush, who will land in New Delhi on March 1 on a three-day visit.

The landmark visit, which might see a historic civilian nuclear deal inked between India and the US, has already triggered protests from Muslims, human rights activists and the Left parties.

A People's Court in Andhra Pradesh even found the 'war monger Bush guilty on eight counts, including perpetrating terrorism in the name of fighting terrorism and attacking and threatening other countries using the issue of nuclear weapons as a pretext and resorting to human rights violations and large-scale killings of people, including women and children, especially in Afghanistan and Iraq and creating a sense of insecurity in the world'.

Photograph: Saab Press

Also Read:
Column: Meet the most hated man in Pakistan
The Rediff Dubya blog
First Look: Whitewashing Bush
Complete Coverage: The Bush Visit


Share your comments


 What do you think about the story?




Read what others have to say:


Number of User Comments: 4




Sub: Bush need a push

The bush staged world greatest Drama in the human history and we indian politician are cheap enough to say yes in all his write and ...


Posted by Awsome23





Sub: hypocracy

what about cartoon these guys are showing. They are insulting a democraticaly elected leader and calling him a devil !!!


Posted by madrasa





Sub: go back bush

bush is a war criminal. he should not allowed tio enter into the rajghot. even he should not allowed to land in delhi too.


Posted by charles





Sub: Regarding Bush.

This message with respect to American president's visit to India. America being the supreme power of the world enjoys the loyality and admiration from all ...


Posted by Ilyas khan.




Disclaimer





Article Tools Email this article
Print this article
Contact the editors



Copyright © 2006 Rediff.com India Limited. All Rights Reserved.