On LeT, I want to hear the statement from President Obama. After Osama killing, US has lost the credibility of being a trusted partner. Now they will have to prove that they can work as a team, in the benefit of the team.

from:  Harry
Posted on: May 28, 2011 at 14:04 IST

The US's double standards is evident in the way they attack other countries but expect other countries to show restraint. US allowed massacre of Tamilians in Sri Lanka though the means adopted by the Tigers was cowardly. If the world has to go forward, US should stop acting like big boss. If not they are going to struggle more and put the whole world into misery.

from:  Laks
Posted on: May 28, 2011 at 07:14 IST

Terrorism may be a common threat but the approaches to tackle the threat differs. India needs to learn a lot from the US. Fighting terrorism sponsored by a State requires politcal will to make the enemy pay a price for any attacks against the country.

from:  krishna
Posted on: May 28, 2011 at 01:25 IST

USA and India are facing more or less simiar threats from extreme Terrorist organisations nurtured by Pakistan. Before India decides to have serious talks with Pakistan on various issues, India must be assured by Pakistan leaders including their Military and ISI that they are serious to abandon their policies so far thay have followed against India and they are willing to have a negotiated settlement in all pending issues including Kashmir.It must be followed with dismantling all terrorists outfits with in Pakistan and Occupied Kashmir.They must stop all false propaganda against India. Unless they create an atmosphere of confidance there is no need to resume the talks with them.The Kashmir issue has to be reviewed by India with more practical approach taking account the views of the majority people of Kashmir. India has to settle all pending issues with Pakistan so that more attention can be given to Economic development, Infra structure,social disparities etc.If India has to compete with China and it requires a lot of pragmatism, statesmanship on the part of leaders of all political parties.

from:  Narayanan Krishnan
Posted on: May 28, 2011 at 01:06 IST

PC should, besides discussing Pakistan, seek US help in controlling Naxal meanace that is affecting the areas in North east from UP(Nepal border) to AP and on the Southwest from TVM to Mangalore. Every month Naxals, kill several people including govt officials, never allow progress to reach the tribal people, fleece poor people of their money, sexually assault poor woman in forest area, collect hafta from Quaries, mines and plants located in those areas.

from:  sundaram
Posted on: May 27, 2011 at 22:31 IST

American continents had their 1st 911 at the start of the 21st century. Asia, Africa and Eastern Europe have had countless 911s in the past 1400 years. Islam expanded from the west coast of Africa to east Asia and parts of Eastern Europe by furious attacks. Pak and Afghanistan lack oil to feed their populations, refuse industrialization (terrorists prevent industrialization), hence resort to terrorism. Pak rupee has plunged, Indian vs Pak rupee 1 = 1.89. In commonwealth games, Indian muslims won more medals than the entire Pak team.

from:  vkmo
Posted on: May 27, 2011 at 22:10 IST
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