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Old 11th July 2006, 21:14   #16
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anyone know how the andheri kurla road is? my dad left for work just after the blasts because he did not know about them. i know he is safe but now i am not able to reach him so just want to know if the road is motorable and is not blocked
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Old 11th July 2006, 21:19   #17
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I have no words to say for the terrorists who perpetrated these blasts. Only a deep rage wells within me.

I hope no one here suffered in direct or indirect way from the blasts.

Hold your loved ones close, you never know what will happen when these days.
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Old 11th July 2006, 21:19   #18
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Just returned from my office in Bandra (E). Took roughly an hour and 40 mins. Things look really bad. Western Railway has come to a halt. Traffic jams prevail everywhere. Rain has added to the confusion. Telephones (both landlines and ceelular) were off for a while.
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Old 11th July 2006, 21:36   #19
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anybody can post some info on the road conditions?
for e.g the easter xpress highway, the roads coming from andheir to navi mumbai ect. is it safe to travel now in the car??
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Yeah, telecommunications were jammed i couldn't get thru my dads cell for roughly half n hour even the office landlines. Anyways Vashi / navi mumbai is safe.

High time the Govt. takes some action against the terrorists
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Just drove from Mumbai yesterday morning in some tension, due to the Shiv Sena fracas. Now this. What is Mumbai coming to? If someone throws mud at a statue, is that reason enough to burn a bus, block trains, etc.? Wonder if that incident is related to the present bombings. Unable to contact my people in Sion, hope they are safe.
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Old 11th July 2006, 21:53   #22
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i guess the phone lines are still jammed up. the international lines are, in any case.

thank god for the internet. i could get in touch with my folks via IM, faster than via phone.
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Old 11th July 2006, 22:06   #23
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I'm sincerely praying all our Mumbai BHPians and other Mumbaiites to be safe.

Its time f some pakistani terrorists. They've gone too far,this time!
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First & Foremost hope our Mumbai BHPian's , families & Friends are all safe. Hope the casualties dont increase.
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Sad really sad!! Hope you're all ok guys. Some say the cops knew about the blasts but weren't sure when or where they would happn, is this true?

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Whats with the government bashing huh? I think they are trying their best...theres only so much they can do in times of such a crisis.

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It is really sad to hear about this. I pray that the souls of those dead rest in peace.
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I donno how long we have to put up with these inhumane incidents.

i donno when the govt starts having a clear policy on punishing people responsible for such acts.

Wish the affected get the strength to deal with this.
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Hope all memers from Mumbai are safe and so are their families...
May the souls of the dead rest in peace...
more than 140 dead ( official figure )... still no clue as to who is responible... SAD...
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Fellow Indians in Mumbai,

Pl let us know if any help is required - we are concerned for you.

I hope those who perpetrated this crime die a slow, public and very painful death.
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