Here is the ‘blatantly
mischievous’ statement from NYTimes story. Is NYTimes an independent
Newspaper or a mouthpiece of Pakistan? Are they not supporting ‘Pakistan
sponsored cross border terrorism’ in J&K by making such statements? Where are
they located: In NewYork or In Islamabad?
should employ only such editors that have basic knowledge and education on
South Asia region.
Today's discussions were also said to have centered on Pakistan's dispute
with India over Kashmir, the India-controlled region claimed by both nations.
Mr. Putin was reported to have urged General Musharraf
again to stanch the flow of Islamic guerrillas over the
so-called line of control, the shaky cease-fire zone separating Pakistan and
disputed Kashmiri territory held by India.
Putin Meets Pakistani, Ending Long Breach (Paragraph
Are they re-determining Indian boundaries?
There are the only two disputed territories in J&K
1. Pakistan occupied Kashmir
2. Kashmir illegally Occupied by China
Here is the legal Instrument of accession of J&K to
Here is the map of J&K
Here are the contact email ids of NYTimes
Hindustan Times report on IndiaCause efforts (Credit to all IndiaCause
Another success for IndiaCause:
Extracting an apology from Maxim, the American magazine, for its
Gandhi-bashing article and caricatures is but the latest feather in the cap
for IndiaCause.com. The ethnic website has a long list of successful online
campaigns to its credit. The moment an "anti-India excess" comes to its
notice, the staffers at the portal swing into action. Thereafter, it is
dogged perseverance until the offending party falls in line.
Cartographic aggressions, anti-India treatises and
derogatory depiction of Hindu Gods in the American media are all seized upon
with alacrity. The likes of Fox News and CNN had a taste of IndiaCause’s
protest last year and made quick amends. Of all days, Fox flashed on India’s
Republic Day a map of India minus Jammu & Kashmir. Confronted by a strong
protest, it quietly withdrew the map. CNN, guilty of a similar action in
November, was forced to correct itself within a matter of hours.
Tony Brown, the talk show host of a Chicago radio
station, did not know what hit him when IndiaCause caught up with him last
August. Brown had raised the hackles of Indian Americans with a talk that
began thus: "For the salary they pay one American worker, they can hire 9.5
workers from India....India has the worst human rights record in the
world...." Another e-mail bombardment and Brown was double-quick with his
One of the biggest campaigns in the US has been the one
that forced a Seattle toilet seat manufacturing firm to withdraw products
bearing the images of Lord Ganesh and Goddess Kali. The ‘American Hindus
Against Defamation’ (AHAD) led the protest that saw thousands of Indians join
a sustained campaign that made a reluctant ’Sittin Pretty’ withdraw the
offending toilet seat covers.
A new Indian American initiative on the Hill
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