Hang Bush and Blair, release Saddam: Communists in India demand Saddam be spared gallows

What about communist regime and its murders leaders who has killed their own citizens. The 55-year history of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) is written with blood and lies. Under the rule of the CCP, 60 to 80 million innocent Chinese people have been killed, leaving their broken families behind. Many people wonder why the CCP kills.


  • Great Leap Forward, a policy that caused 20-30 million Chinese to die of starvation.
  • Tiananmen Square protests of 1989, when 400-2000 protestors were killed and 7000 to 10000 were injured. The Chinese Communist Party (CCP) still has not come to terms with the 1989 Tiananmen massacre, refusing to publish information about the number of persons killed, injured, “disappeared,” or arrested or to admit that the attack on peaceful protestors was a mistake.
  • http://hrw.org/english/docs/2006/01/18/china12270.htm
  • KOLKATA, India, Nov 16 (Reuters) – Tens of thousands of communists marched in the Indian city of Kolkata on Thursday demanding that Saddam Hussein’s death sentence be lifted. India’s left parties, which won a record number of parliamentary seats in the 2004 elections, have a long history of opposing American foreign policy and have held huge protests in recent years against U.S. military action in Afghanistan and Iraq. Protesters shouted “Hang Bush and Blair, release Saddam” as they marched in the heart of Kolkata, capital of the communist-ruled state of West Bengal. Activists also burnt an effigy of U.S. President George W. Bush.

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    India bans travel by Tibetan activist during visit by Hu Jintao

    When President Bush visited India government didn’t stopped any people for demonstrations, so why our democratically elected government is stopping now, Tibetan Leaders for demonstration? We live democracy every one got right to show and express their feelings, we are not communist state like China. Why the hell our government didn’t stopped CPI M when they took streets when President Bush was in India? Law should be equal for every one. Is that CPI M pressured government to please Chinese President? This is just another sad day for Indian democracy.


    NEW DELHI: The Indian police have issued an order curtailing the movement of a prominent Tibetan campaigner, in a bid to prevent protests during a visit next week by President Hu Jintao of China.

    The police in Dharamsala in the north, the effective seat of the Tibetan government in exile, issued a written order to Tenzin Tsundue, 31, a poet and champion of Tibetan independence.

    During the visit by the Chinese prime minister, Wen Jiabao, to the southern Indian technology hub of Bangalore in April 2005, Tsundue climbed atop a building across the street from where Wen was speaking and unfurled a banner reading “Free Tibet.”


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    India’s weightlifters can’t pay, won’t play at Asiad

    The inexplicable vanishing acts of the few cheats’ weightlifters, why should innocent’s weightlifters suffer? Indian federation should have forced these cheats’ weightlifters to bear the fine. Federation should force them (cheat weightlifters) to sell their assets and pay the hefty fine imposed by International Weightlifting Federation (IWF). Because of these cheats all other innocents’ weightlifters are sufferings. They have done loads of hard works to participate in international arena and represents India at all stage but because of this mess they will not be able to do it. So in my opinion cheats should be liable to pay. If they don’t have money sell their assets and pay the fine and let these innocents participates the game and bring glory for India.


    NEW DELHI, Nov 16: India’s weightlifters will miss next month’s Asian Games in Doha because their officials can’t afford to pay a $50,000 fine for doping offences, an official said on Thursday.

    India was banned from all international weightlifting competitions for a year, until next March, following four positive dope tests before and during the Commonwealth Games in Australia earlier this year.

    But the International Weightlifting Federation (IWF) announced in October it will waive the ban, allowing India’s participation in the Asian Games, if it coughed up the money.

    The IWF said it would use the money for extensive anti-doping programmes, but Indian officials said they are unable to pay the fine.


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    Talks by India and Pakistan Make No Gains on Train Blasts

    INDIA and Pakistan cut up two days of peace talks yesterday with an agreement to set up a joint anti-terrorism commission and exchange information to prevent inadvertent nuclear conflict. Officials from both countries hailed the agreements as considerable steps in the peace process, which was suspended after the Mumbai train bombings that killed more than 150 people in July 2006.

    Might be it is good move in terms of keeping heat of verbal accusation against each other but in terms of any solid progress I don’t see much evidences. There was no progress on the core issue of Kashmir, how we can bring back normal life back to valley, India didn’t produced any evidences about much talked item Mumbai bombing and its linkage to ISI Pakistani intelligence service and terrorist organization working and operating from Pakistan. What was the reason behind the motive of our Government of not producing the evidence to Pakistan when Government has already shared the evidence with Europe and US? Why Government fails to produce the much closely watched item: Mumbai Trains Blast and its linkage to Pakistan?

    NEW DELHI, Nov. 15 — Peace talks between India and Pakistan, which had stalled after the bombings of commuter trains in Mumbai in July, limped forward this week, as senior officials from both countries met here for two days to discuss issues ranging from how to exchange information on terrorist groups to a dispute over an uninhabitable area high in the Himalayas.

    But the dialogue between their top diplomats ended Wednesday without movement on a crucial and closely watched item: India, having accused Pakistan of involvement in the Mumbai bombings, presented no evidence of such complicity.


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