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So post-Mumbai strikes can we expect better governance?

Asked by himanshu sharma, 03 Dec '08 10:40 pm
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Not unless we are governed by meritorious people.
Answered by joyoti sen, 04 Dec '08 12:30 am

 
  
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Let's hope the govts become sensible and responsible enough to take up the custody of safety and security of the countrymen.....not just for now but for all time to come......, without disappointing us.........
Answered by minati vishwakarma, 10 Dec '08 08:51 am

 
  
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For a short time the govt will OVERDO the security bit and before we realise it they will be as slack as ever
Answered by Lion Heart, 05 Dec '08 03:21 pm

 
  
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Is it possible to find out the real culprits behind Mumbai blast by conducting investigation jointly with Pakistan?
Or is it possible to achieve any ever lasting result through military action against Pakistan?
We can expect definitely some better results from disciplined armed forces but we canot expect any fruitful result from indisciplined civil authorities and corrupt politicians.
Moreover Indian and Pakistanis are posed in different and opposite direction. Two extremes can hardly come together. India is meant for peace and friendship whereas Pakistan is meant for creating terror and as long as it is in existence. Pakistan will create trouble either directly or through Bangladesh or Taliban or from the earth of some other friendly country.
Moreover Government in Pakistan is also puppet in the hands of ISI. When Mr. Zardari agreed to demand of Indian PM for ISI chief, Mr. Zardari first agreed and then under pressure from ISI he had to take back his promise.
As such it will be ...more
Answered by Danendra Jain, 04 Dec '08 06:24 am

 
  
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We live in india where even mere anticipation causes loads of disappointment
so cant say anything abt the govt
however this is surely goin to change the admin. to sum extent substantially!
Answered by Shweta Ramesh, 03 Dec '08 10:42 pm

 
  
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Only if its without politicians
Answered by kundan jyoti, 03 Dec '08 10:41 pm

 
  
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Let's hope the govts become sensible and responsible
Answered by sumati gayki, 09 Nov '09 08:55 am

 
  
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