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Who do u think is/are responsible for the Gurgaon school shoot out ........? Genuine comments plz........!!!!!

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Asked by minati vishwakarma, 12 Dec '07 12:16 am
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Everyone..society, parents, school administration.
Answered by anhad, 12 Dec '07 12:18 am

 
  
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EXTREME FREEDOM given to the kids with no control .

FREEDOM IS IMPORTANT BUT IT SHOULD BE CONTROLLED.
tomorrow these kids who shooted will become TERRORISTS. and their parents cant do anything.

every parent should be taught CHILD PSYCHOLOGY. for proper parenting.
Answered by kishoranandvittalmangalore, 12 Dec '07 09:21 am

 
  
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This is exactly how things started here in the US in the 70's and led to incidents like Virginia Tech. Some of the comments ahead of me are so insigthful i need not repeat them, i just agree with them. Our children in India are so enamoured by the West they forget their own values which are in fact stronger. I believer its the parents responsiblity to make sure this does not happen. I have 1 kid here in the US and I and my wife like many others here are trying to instill Indian values in them while struggling with the consumer oriented society around us. However, if we just use common sense and basic human values of mutual respect that are universal and not isotlated to any country or culture then we can be successful
Answered by Ashish jain, 12 Dec '07 01:24 am

 
  
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This incident is just a sad reflection of degradation of moral values in our society. Today children are growing up in an materialistic environment...parents substitute money and material gifts in the place of love, affection and time.
Lack of proper guidance at home, peer pressure, and compulsion to perform well in school, raging hormones and not having anyone to really care, understand and listen to them make them take the wrong path.
A child who is just 13 years old has access to the fathers' pistol...what kind of home it is?? and what kind of parents does the child have? What kind of precedence the father must have set for the child to borrow his father's pistol...The parents need to be punished more than the child. It is said that the boy who shot was being harassed by the victim...had the parents been attentive, the boy could have spoken to his parents and seeked help and support from them...instead he took it in his own hands to get rid of his school mate.

Now, the school ...more
Answered by sumitha, 12 Dec '07 02:44 am

 
  
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parents as how could be they so irresponsible to keep the guns at home in a place which any body can take it or if some body who has given the gun to him they r mosre responsible than the boys.
Answered by krish, 21 Dec '07 04:48 pm

 
  
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parents carelessness
Answered by Dinesh C S, 19 Dec '07 05:50 pm

 
  
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Parents of the killer child.
Do u know unlocking, loading & firing a gun needs some basic knowledge ?
Who taught these things to that kid ?
Secondly, u r supposed to keep fire arms safely, out of the reach of kids.
This is sheer negligience or over confidence on the part of parents.

Cocktail Raj
Answered by Cocktail, 17 Dec '07 05:11 pm

 
  
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It reflects on the current state of affairs in society. Parents and society are to blame for the sad story. In this age of materialism and fast lanes people have lost touch of connecting to one another with their hearts and souls. And children are also part of it as busy parents really dont seem to have time for their children to check and read their state of minds and connect with them. In the end the distorted mind and pent up state leads to an explosion and outburst of rage. Schools should have psychologists to examine and provide succour to their students. It is time the government looked at this.
Answered by Saj Sierra, 12 Dec '07 05:18 pm

 
  
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we all
Answered by ra, 20 Dec '07 01:44 am

 
  
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sheer effects of movies and video games!
Answered by Mrinalendra Banerjee, 19 Dec '07 07:00 am

 
  
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