Indian 'Shoe' incident

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  1. jackprince

    jackprince Turning into a frog Senior Member

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    http://ibnlive.in.com/news/journalist-throws-shoe-at-chidambaram/89666-3.html


     
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  3. johnee

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    ghost of 1984..........
     
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    Daredevil On Vacation! Administrator

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    Expect more of this on few more politicians, its the in-thing now a days. Though I don't endorse such acts but they deserve it.
     
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    I don't think Chidambaram deserves it. He's a good man. Though I guess the responsibility comes with the portfolio.
     
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    chidambaram is extemely arrogant and takes on a patronising tone most of the time. he was obfuscating the questions on tytler's case and misuse of CBI. he deserves it and many more politicians. this represents the frustration among the ppl.

    its time politicians get their act together.
     
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    .v0id FOUNDER Administrator

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    Update:

    Shromni Akali dal (Goverment Of Punjab), rewarded Jarnail Singh by 3 lakhs.
     
  8. Singh

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    Politics. :sad:
    SAD didn't do anything when they were in power as part of NDA.
     
  9. johnee

    johnee Elite Member Elite Member

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    why?
    his boot missed the target......... :blum3:
     
  10. .v0id

    .v0id FOUNDER Administrator

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    Sorry Guys,

    I Delete all the crap Posts.

    The discussion was totally against our National Interest Policies.

    Am really sorry, that i was the one who start that.

    This will not happen Again.

    Thanks to:-
    Flint,Soham,Johnee,Singh & all others.

    -Amar
     
  11. johnee

    johnee Elite Member Elite Member

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    well done, amar.
     
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    It was under the NDA government that Nanavati Commision was set up to have a relook at 1984 riots and thats why the cases were reexamined
     
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    Soham DFI TEAM Senior Member

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    No problem buddy.
     
  14. Yusuf

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    Whatever your reasons, there is some decorum to be followed. You have to respect the post of the person if not the person. Besides it shows us in bad light in the world as this was done in full media glare.
     
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    musalman پاکستان زنده باد

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    No infact it should good side of India. That guy was rewarded instead of being imprisoned for 4 years like the Iraqi one
     
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    Right you are....but one has to ask the question...was justice served by rewarding him?
     
  17. Flint

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    Chidambaram was very calm - and so were the security people.

    When the shoe was thrown at George Bush the security guys jumped on him and pinned him to the ground. This guy is simply escorted out, and Chidambaram is smiling. :)

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-WceZYmbTRs
     
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    How about.... "Forget about it !" ?
     
  19. Singh

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    I thought the now removed discussion was going along pretty well....


    Yes, to come to think of it compared to other shoe incidents...
    Jarnail Singh will most likely keep his job, will get a few lac rupees, go scot free, and most likely succeed in removing Tytler... and he regrets his decision and he has been condemned by almost all ..
    Not bad!


    which justice ??
    Pyro the fact is though the Indian courts are by and large very fair, but when it comes to high profile cases, IMO there is an unwritten rule where by the opposition and govt are in cahoots in subverting justice.


    Congress is on verge of scoring a major coup, if it debars Tytler and Sajjan Kumar. This would ensure all minority communities would end of voting enmasse for Congress. To come to think of it imo it this whole charade could be a Congress ploy ??
     
  20. jackprince

    jackprince Turning into a frog Senior Member

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    They are fair? Yes, they might be only when they finish the judging a case. I had the impression that our judicial system is inept and the legal procedure is so time and money consuming that common people are weary of it.


    IMHO, on the contrary congress lost face with most. This incident stirred a hornet's nest for congress. It stirred the memory of anti-Sikh riot.
     
  21. Flint

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    The guy had gonads though. Jarnail Singh. Gotta give him that. It takes guts to throw a shoe at the Home Minister.
     

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