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    Rabble Rousing Random Ramblings by S Jagadish is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0 Unported License.

    April 13, 2005

    You are not welcome to watch cricket, Gen. Pervez Musharraf

    Despite all that he has done to harm India, the Indian government invited Musharraf to watch a one-day game during the current India-Pakistan series. He will be watching the final one-dayer at Delhi, apparently in the company of Prime Minister Manmohan Singh.

    You are not welcome, Evil Dictator!

    I totally oppose this act of the Indian government. There're a few others who also feel the same way and want to convey this statement to the Indian govt.: Akash, Atanu Dey, Chanakya, Communism Watch, Idhar udhar ki, Impedence Mismatch, India-Defence, Marwadi, Niket Kaisare, Nitin, Null Pointer, Parag, Patrix, Positively Indian, Quizman, Rajagopal, Rajeev Srinivasan, Roznamcha, Saket Vaidya, Sandeep, Secular-Right, Sen's spot, Spindian Express, Suren, Tabloid of India, Transport Phenomena, uspeed, Varnam, wgaf and zooter.

    In case you're using a browser which isnt displaying images, this is what we say:

    Treating cross-border infiltrators to a cricket game,
    Is not good sense. Its a SHAME
    You may find yourself in India
    But its not in my name.

    If you also concur, please leave a comment to this post and follow the instructions on how you can also make a statement. Of course, if your opinions are totally at odds with how I feel, you're still welcome to leave a comment. It's a free world. Just have a modicum of decency while expressing yourself.

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