Tuesday, July 11, 2006

Hope all is well with everyone...

I am ok. Hope all of you are too.

I feel terrible for the city.

36 comments:

Deepu said...

Uff.. finally i am the first to comment..

now where is the sidin of "travails of south Indian Men?"

we are enjoying Haftamag very much sidin. Yet requesting you to be a lil more frequent with posts and yeah when is your book due to release ?

Aqua said...

great to know you are safe! i hope all the mumbai bloggers are safe too. I just heard about it and I'm in shock!

Deepu said...

Uff the last coment.. was before me reading about mumbai blasts..am sorry

nice to see you are safe...

Anonymous said...

Sidin, really sorry to see what is happening to Mumbai. I hope God gives all Mumbaikars strength and good sense in these difficult times.

Really heartening to see the spontaneity with which people are helping each other!

VAC said...

Hey, Mumbai doesnt deserve this.. Its really sad. More than anything else, I m angry.. So many Innocent mumbaikars have lost their lives..

Sidin, I really hope, u and ur set of writers at Hafta, who always speak about the Mumbaikar Spirit, are doing ur best to help the laymen. Do wat the Mumbaikar knows best - to help each other in times of crisis, and that will embody your love for ur city.

Our support for the Mumbaikar is always there.

Anonymous said...

This is the difference between realigious zealots and most armed forces.

Good to know that you are safe.

mathew said...

Uh.being far from mombai i feel the anxiety goin thru th eminds of mumbaikar's..Hope all are safe and sound!!!Pray for the departed souls..

Hope the terrorist suffer..!!!

silverine said...

Our prayers are with the Mumbaikars.

venus said...

I am so sorry for the blasts. May god give everyone strength to survive this trauma.

Anonymous said...

I hope your moral, ethical and natural gas related dilemma related to the soldiers and zealots is resolved with this cowardly attack. In our attempt to be politically correct,we bend over backwards and then when we are hit, we perhaps learn, or perhaps we dont...

DD said...

Good u r safe man...thankfully all my loved ones out in Mumbai are safe...damn whoever did this...allegations will soon start flying all around

Anonymous said...

really thankful that you are safe. hope god helps all the injured recover fast and also give the strength to those who have lost their loved ones.

WhO ElsE said...

Sidin, its good to know that u are safe. Though I do not belong to Mumbai, I share a strong bond with the city as I have visited it very often. Folks very close to me stay at Andheri and I always travel in the Western Rail Line, and I was shattered on reading the news. I share the grief with the millions of Mumbaikars, and I hope against hope that the government will be able to gain some meaningful breakthrough at the earliest.

Anonymous said...

wht happened to u all the while?

wacky-weird-woman said...

Nice to see that you are safe and sound.
I hope Mumbai does not have to suffer like this ever again.
~WWW

Shiva Aditya Karukonda said...

man u and ur city guys are really gutsy...!!!
they are into the local trains already!!!!!
huff yeh mumbaikers!!!!!!

Harry said...

Sidin,its really sad to see whts happening in Mumbai...
i really feel like killing those bastards who have resulted this..
may god bless all the departed souls !!
i wish mumbai to be back on the track asap...

Musafir said...

Nice to know that all are fine.
Here is a first hand experience of a bloggar.http://blogofindia.blogspot.com/2006/07/mumbai-serial-blast-711-first-hand_12.html

PSR Chaitanya said...

I salute the the spirit of Mumbai.Truly gutsy.Who said Mumbai was the rudest?? Up theirs.

Hiren said...

Long live Mumbai

sopeti said...

Great resilience shown by Mumbaikers...

Sarve Janaa Sukhino Bhavanthu...

venus said...

God Bless Mumbai..

Smith said...

we're all with Mumbai, find the bastards and kill them...

Dreamer said...

Sidin,
Happy to know that you are ok.. feel so terrible about the unfortunate..

The Illusionist said...

Resilient, resigned, reconciled Mumbaikars:)...

Anonymous said...

hey!
thatz a relief da..

sunil.

Anonymous said...

just being sorry is not good enough guys. nor is it good enough to salute the spirit of mumbai. what are we going to do about it?

Saurabh said...

What can you do about this?
Be more alert, start voting, make Kashmir an issue at the public level - (btw is it an issue?)

I, for one, like the way India looks in a map and taking Kashmir out will change that. But then, living a life in which I know that loved ones in any city can be killed for that piece of land, I am willing to consider Kashmir as another country. Or with more autonomy. Serious autonomy.
Or even with Pakistan, who knows.
What is the big deal? I would love to be educated about this.
Feel free.
Gradually, I think we need to realise that a peaceful kashmir and a stable Pakistan is almost a precondition for a truly peaceful, safe and prosperous India.

Navas said...

Damn..Dont know how long will Blogspot be banned in India..had work around proxies to get in..

Anonymous said...

When will our Government come out of the petty immoral politics, and start acting strong against the terrorism and crime. Democracy is indeed the rule of the people. In India it has come to mean the rule of the wicked, provided the wicked has enough votes to poll for the parties.

Yours Truly said...

No city "deserves" this my friend! What remains to be seen os what we do about it...

Anonymous said...

O Sidin, where art thou? Please post something ...

jammy said...

One of the prices the city has to pay for being the financial capital!

Anonymous said...

Hey dude,

where have you dissapeared

Smiling Girl said...

Came here thru Harsha's blog.. plan to stick around.. :)

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