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An eye opening and painful fact check my Business Line. this barbaric
and terrorist attaches by Israel are not condemned despite this ongoing violence. This is allowed because western media did not let these facts
reach the public. Even on this piece of creation, a horrible add by Dana
Wollman from Engadget has been placed as wrapper to sway away any
potential viewers; no doubt, no one comment here. Things are not that democratic these days as that used to be.

from:  David J. Allen
Posted on: Dec 9, 2012 at 12:19 IST

India lost credibility as world's important nation. This sort of silence will not happen , had Mrs Gandhi type of High Order people were ruling India. Shame that current Congress and BJP are playing kabadi type politics with no care for human being of the world.

from:  Raghunath Acharya
Posted on: Dec 21, 2012 at 11:16 IST
                                           
      
                                          


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