No place like home

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Nearly half a century after they were thrown out homes and after having become an integral part of Karnataka’s chow-chow baath of people, they still yearn to go back home. Tibetans striking in front of the Mahatma Gandhi statue.

4 Comments so far

  1. RAVI A (unregistered) on July 28th, 2007 @ 10:47 pm

    Is this a blog or a newspaper?


  2. Radman (unregistered) on July 29th, 2007 @ 12:32 am

    i guess they won’t be eating at millers 46.


  3. Briju Prasad (unregistered) on July 29th, 2007 @ 7:49 am

    Well you say they Yearn to go back home but I thought Home is where your heart is( yes I’ve copied this from somewhere)…and I can totally empathesise with them.
    so whats wrong in them looking for peaceful ways to go home,after all the brutal treatment they recieved from China,I guess they are due for their fair share of support,
    I am glad we the people of Karnataka welcomed them and should equally support them if they want to leave……….as I believe Home is always sweet home.
    I am not sure why this hunger strike was called but I guess it could have been to recognise their existance??


  4. Vishnu (unregistered) on July 30th, 2007 @ 9:56 am

    Check this link in Deccan Herald (http://deccanherald.com/Content/Jul302007/city.asp) that says “In the name of development and IT growth a beautiful city has been spoilt by the so called IT- crowd, politicians and IT business houses. Who is the sufferer? .The ordinary innocent Bangalorean.” Please respond.



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