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Should India work with Pak on 26/11 investigation?

Asked by lisa mania, 17 Feb '09 09:08 am
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If investigating a crime with the criminal is whats the order of the day then India might join hands with Pakistan
Answered by Saj Sierra, 17 Feb '09 09:13 am

 
  
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There way of thinking and ours is different. so it is better to have separate investigation. further they are definitely under the influence of taliban and other antisocial elements.
Answered by pramod rajapurkar, 18 Feb '09 07:08 am

 
  
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Pakistan is a untrustworthy country, and India working with them, would be the lowest we can ever be. They cannot be trusted even with their own statements, which at times they deny and at times they agree. what a country
Answered by Wolverine Logan, 18 Feb '09 12:25 am

 
  
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No No
Answered by RG Sahoo, 18 Feb '09 02:01 am

 
  
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Surely!! a combined effort on the part of both india and pakistan would expedite the investigation process with all evidences etc.........
Answered by minati vishwakarma, 07 Mar '09 12:20 pm

 
  
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Why not..
Answered by Syed Noor, 18 Feb '09 07:14 pm

 
  
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God !! we are still singing the same song . Ask if pakistan wants India to join the hands or not . Since how long has it been to the Mumbai Carnage and what has come out of all the investigations so far and with India showing its agressiveness ., with all the diplomatic pressures high on pakistan , Bottom line is they are so twisted and sophisticated , they know how to turn things into their fabour or if not in their favour , to divert the world's attention from Mumbai to probe into Bhutto's death .
Answered by shivani singh, 18 Feb '09 06:35 pm

 
  
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No, offcourse not, Pakistan is one of the rogue states and not trust-worthy
Answered by poonam duggal, 18 Feb '09 05:52 pm

 
  
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Why you people are bothered about neighbour country after 90 days of the incident what you got ? I am not saying forget it , it is unforgettable (I was watching the operation without rest)
Be prepared to prevent another attack put your efforts to tackle the new attacks, ask your govt whether it is well equipped ? In future you have to live with it .I stated earlier Indian govt not able to find national killers of Arushi Hemaraj murder case TV reporter Soumya Vishwanathan murder case still pending then how you you will curb external factors recently one engineer killed in UP, earlier in Bihar Sathyanarayana Dubhe killed I can name many more you can see everywhere honourable govt & honourable minister is the word is matching ? Everyday our ministers are saying the same thing like elementary pupil .
Answered by Nagraj Acharya, 18 Feb '09 04:11 pm

 
  
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No
Answered by vivek kumar, 18 Feb '09 03:59 pm

 
  
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