terror in delhi 10/29
Sunday, October 30, 2005
  BBC readers speak out. Whoever did this stands no chance of winning anything from this action. Who on earth do they think they are to do this? Who on earth do they think we are that we'll be influenced by this. I'm a Londoner living in Delhi; I've seen it before and the reaction is the same; we are NOT afraid. Geoff Cordell, New Delhi India I have just spent a week staying in the Pahargangj, in a hotel located just seconds away from the blast. As well as being a busy Indian market area, it is equally popular with travellers and backpackers (many from the UK). Seeing the footage on BBC World and other news channels here in India, brings back echoes of the July bombings in London. It is particularly tragic that this has happened just days before Diwali - the main bazaar was alive with people shopping, coloured lights and Diwali lanterns. Steven Bake, London, UK Such cowardly acts can only be committed by terrorists. These brainwashed people cannot even realise that they are killing innocent civilians including children! Indians should not be cowered by such inhuman acts. Diwali should be celebrated as usual and my sincere condolences to the families of dead and injured. Vikram Vuppala, Chicago, USA BBC readers speak out.  
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