外文标题：Many feared dead in Texas fertilizer plant explosion in US
Biswajit Roy (mumbai)
Remember Bhopal Explosion caused by an US company Union Carbide----It's like karma is catching up, only this time is US
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rakesh mathur (Delhi)
Now American would appreciate the disaster at Bhopal.
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K P (U P)
Copy of Bhopal tragedy.
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Nabibar Rahman (Baruipur, Kolkata)
NOT SO BIG EXPLOSION, SMALLER THAN NAGASAKI & HEROSHIMA.
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I do not remember any such mishaps occuring in Indian fertilizer industries.I am glad about it.Sabotage angle is to be checked.Clear reports of cause are yet to come.
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tk (IL) replies to somesh
Do you read news papers or listen to news???
Mankad (Pune) replies to somesh
In India if 50 people die in an accident it makes news for a day or two and is then forgotton. Do you even remember how many train accidents India has had in the past 10 years? I don't. But that doesn't mean we don't have frequent accidents. It just doesn't make big news anymore.
While I honestly sympathise with the victims, it would be interesting to see how they deal with this vis-a-vis Bhopal Gas tragedy of 80's, where the Union Carbide executives escaped criminal liability.
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VED from VICTORIA INSTITUTIONS (Deverkovil) replies to DRS
What a joker you are! The huge amount given by Union Carbide to the Union government was swallowed by the Indian officialdom, and never given to the affected. As to the responsibility, no investigation of who did the sabotage was done. The company itself was majority Indian owned. As to your sympathy, keep it for youself. You might need it when something explodes around you.
Max (USA) replies to DRS
The tragedy was due to local Indian workers/executives rather than foreign ones. Indians are corrupt to core. Locals due to their "chalta hai" attitude were lax in maintenance which led to tragedy. They even bring down the reputation of good companies.. Top foreign officials were made scapegoats.
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Jihadis in USA must have got bored of small blasts with fetilizer bomb , so they did this. ....... there are many somalis and arabs infiltrating and working in USA , one of them must have blown up the ...fertilizer dump....otherwise it does not blow up on its own.
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vinay malhi (austin, tx)
Wow, I am an Indian living in America, Texas more specifically. I came to this site to see the kind of coverage/reaction this disaster received from the motherland. Unfortunately all I see is petty comments trying to find some justification in this horrible tragedy. People saying somehow the innocent people who lost their lives deserved it because of the Bhopal disaster. Why compare to tragedies? Get off your high horses. Among the dead were many brave firefighters (volunteers nonetheless) and police officers who risked their lives to save others and were unfortunately caught in the blast. True heroes. Which is more than I can say for the idiots who think this was deserved. Sickening. Thoughts and prayers for my brothers and sisters in West, Texas.
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Insensitive comments have begun pouring in. Sad people! Disgraceful!
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World's most developed nations still needs improvement in its safety amd security which are worsening
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SJ (New Delhi)
Mayor who is a volunteer fire fighter ... :) .. when it will happen in India !!
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市长志愿当消防员........ :) ... 这在印度什么时候才有可能！
Riyaz (Mumbai) replies to SJ
Well we have the opposite happening in India. We have fighters (read: street fighters) who become Mayors. Lol...
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Kousik Seshadri (Chennai) replies to SJ
Leave Mayor, In India, even we citizens never volunteer for such things
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Self created disaster by US who possess worlds largest arms & ammuniations...poor citizens lost their lives...let their soul RIP
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Anil Jadhav (Alibag)
This is something unusual in a country like US where safety standards and its follow up at its highest level.
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tcs, wipro, infosys, hcl (banglore)
we have a software to manage aftermath of any disaster, its real-time, fast and generate all type of analysis. do you want to implement there.
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Sayeed (Aligarh) replies to tcs, wipro, infosys, hcl
First of all install it in Bangalore. We need such system in India quite often.
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Nasrudheenp Parameswaran (P Nasarudheen)
Gun fire in class-rooms; explosions in streets,to where USA goes!
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Bhopal victims agonies finally realised by USA
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The US today is just a piece of sh1t country, no better tha India or Pakistan or Bangladesh. There are no jobs, economy still in ruins, a Federal Reserve working only to maximize riches for the rich, huge numbers of illegal immigrants(who are now regularised), almost zero manufacturing capacity, home of the highest number of guns on the streets, extremely violent population like negroes and latinos. Really i feel sorry for the people who live there. Youre much better off living in Bhopal or Cochin or Pune.
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Global (World) replies to Andy
Hey Gaandi is it sour grapes for you?
Vincent (Madras) replies to Andy
I am guessing you've not been to the USA in the recebr while. USA is still heaven compared to this sh1thole.
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Dan Silverstein (Los Alamos, USA) replies to Andy
According to a recent survey some 20 million Indians want to migrate to the United States. Why? Dear Blacky Hindus please we have too many Hindus now in our land - please, please, please do NOT come here.
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P K Girpade (India) replies to Dan Silverstein
your name suggests you are a jew. why did you leave the gas chamber?
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Bob (USA) replies to Andy
And still millions of Indians would sell their souls to go to America. Indians cry when America tightens its visa requirements. Do you even see how hypocritical Indians are?
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G M Unglikar (Hyd) replies to Bob
its the desh drohis who want to migrate. India is a country of 1.3 billion. Only a tiny fraction want to migrate. Those who migrate try to make a quick buck. Many like Rajat Patel cut corners and end up in the clinker. Others do odd jobs, a particular group is into running motels which are nothing but (you know what).
Shiva M (Bangalore)
I am just thinking of Union Carbide Fiasco in India. Someday you need to reap what you sow.
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King Ravan (India)
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AMARENDRASRIVASTVA SRIVASTVA (RANCHI)
WAS IT AN ACCIDENT OR AN ACT OF SABOTAGE.?
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Lets see what movie is Hollywood going to make on this topic!
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Made in USA, never reliable.
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Roushon S (Mumbai) replies to Vijay
The only things they make well are firearms!
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Speaking Observer (jamshedpur/delhi)
This is what done by Union carbide company of US in India. I am having full sympathy to People who are dead or injured in this fertilizers factory blast in america. But America should also think of the innocent people of Bhopal who are still in hope of justice
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Mahendra Gaur (Jaipur)
Bhopal Tragedy of USA.
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Krishna Pd Sharma (Tinsukia, assam)
the rainy days of powerful USA! every dog has its day...
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vipin venugopal (chennai)
Comparing today's accident with Bhopal tragedy is absurd. Bhopal gas tragedy is immeasurably more tragic and it was compounded with government apathy. 20000 people died from suffocation. Texas accident doesn't even come close.
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Jayanthi Reddy (Anantapur, Andhra Pradesh)
I wonder why the US has not blamed the Al Qaeda for the explosion.
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RJ Khurana (India)
Troubles don't come alone.
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how and when such acts of terror will stop?
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joe (mumbai) replies to goelmg
You moron. This is not a terrorist act like 2002 Gujarat! Go see a psychiatrist!
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Jag Mohan (Delhi)
Another tragedy in USA after Boston bomb attack.
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So sorry for the loss of lives. I thought US is the best internal security which looks to be not so.
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