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No apology or withdrawal of charges against Indian diplomat: US
We take these allegations very seriously. We're not in any way walking back from those allegations or the charges. Again, this is really a law enforcement issue," the State Department spokesperson, Marie Harf said.

"No," she said when asked if Khobragade would go "scot free" and US courts would be asked to drop the charges.

So who will blink first then ??Can India offered to take the Mighty USA heads on ??

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Asked by Apocalypso, 20 Dec '13 09:30 am
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We should make US to understand the same thing can be done with their diplomats too and we are also a democratic country with more ethnical, binding and moral values than US.
Answered by GOPI KUMAR, 20 Dec '13 11:57 am

 
  
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US had seen our attitude with pakistan that we dont do anything so he is garraying
Answered by krish, 20 Dec '13 11:06 am

 
  
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All the charges you enumerate have been made with one purpose in mind-to place our office on the defensive and make us waste valuable time answering allegations that have no basis in fact.
Answered by Sanjay Peekar, 20 Dec '13 10:43 am

 
  
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They may be not taken such action without proof.
Answered by Mangesh Talekar, 20 Dec '13 10:01 am

 
  
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In fact they are right
Answered by loner, 20 Dec '13 09:43 am

 
  
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There must be some truth in the charges framed
Answered by NaRaaz Sinha, 20 Dec '13 09:31 am

 
  
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