Narendra Modi offers condolences to kin of Hyderabad blast victims, prays for peace
PTI: Ahmedabad, Thursday, Feb 21, 2013 at 2155 hrs IST
Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi today said he was saddened by the news of bomb blasts in Hyderabad and condoled the loss of lives in the terror attack. "News of blasts in Hyderabad is saddening. My condolences to the families of those who lost their lives. Praying for peace & calm there," ....Read more
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Modi the next PmSan | Sunday , 24 Feb '13 18:59:04 PMReply | Forward Well we need modi as our PM then only we can eradicate terrorism,,congress doesn't has the guts to fight against terrorism because there love for vote bank
Crocodile tears by BJP-MODIA.R.VENKAT | Friday , 22 Feb '13 14:33:25 PMReply | Forward What was created by Narendra Modi in 2002 is reaping its reactions now for the past 10 yrs or more.Terror must have been having some links to VHP(creator) RSS(stabiliser) NAXALS(planner) IM(Execuotor)-truly this is demoncr -acy not DEMOCRACY FREEDOM LIVING.
Message from only one CMKhush Sahasi | Friday , 22 Feb '13 10:55:59 AMReply | Forward Dear Editot, Why you single out one CM.Many senior leaders of all hues have paid their concern about Hydrabad blast. Why only Modi's every utterance is printed daily in one way or the othervto keep him on the first page of your paper. Why did you not print state CM's statement and condolences to bereaved families? Is it paid news?
Why Modi...Erik | Friday , 22 Feb '13 12:01:57 PMReply | Forward Because Modi is future PM of India.He is only leader who has vision and administrative skills to make India super power.