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The United States is rushing a Federal Bureau of Investigation team and forensic scientists to Mumbai as counter-terrorism officials were reported to be stunned at the level of coordination in the terror attacks in the city.

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Asked by Tushar Kher, 28 Nov '08 01:39 pm
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It is certainly a matter of shame that due to internal politics, the Congress-led Government in Maharashtra and Centre has failed to stop this terrorist attack. As the researchers have pointed out that terrorist attacks at such a scale are not planned in a day, but it takes weeks and month to execute it. If the reports come truthfully, you'll find that GOI had some information about it, but did not wish to take strong actions due to forthcoming elections. What could be more shameful for a nation that a man charged with terrorism charges in another country is welcomed on Airport by Chief Minister of a province. Let's talk sense. A man's computer has the contents that link the computer to the terrorists, his mobile phone links to terrorist attacks, but he is considered innocent, due to tough human rights laws of Australia. As you sow, so you reap. Now India has to pay the price of embracing and welcoming terrorists. Unbiased investigation by FBI is surely welcome. A westenr expert ...more
Answered by manish varma, 29 Nov '08 10:37 am

 
  
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Good move
Answered by shyju, 28 Nov '08 01:43 pm

 
  
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It simply means that our security system and the people drawing salaries there are incompetent and useless
Answered by Mohan, 28 Nov '08 01:37 pm

 
  
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I do not think it is necessary when talented and trained personnel are there in india.we can take their help instead of united states.
Answered by pramod rajapurkar, 30 Nov '08 12:40 pm

 
  
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If this happens US will get a large amount of inside information about our country, its security and weaknesses and strategies.... i dont support this
Answered by edel weiss, 28 Nov '08 11:05 pm

 
  
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