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    August 25, 2004

    One of the people accused in the train burning at Godhra (no, not Narendra Modi - he should be accused for burning Gujarat, not just a train!) has filed a bail application so that he could go home and have sex with his wife. I'd be surprised if the judge agreed to his petition. I thought the whole point of a prison sentence was to suffer!


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