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Bishnupriya Manipuri in Mumbai, Kandivli and Mahape, we all are concerned of your safety

Mumbaites, we all are worried. The whole country is in a state of shock.

The day is not as usual day for you and your family. The city woke up with sounds of gunshots and it is still going on. 

The ceaseless, sleepless city has been brought to a halt. 

The whole country is hooked to television sets; news websites and radio whether they are in office, home or while they are traveling. 

Each and every moment that passes by troubles us about your safety. Hope you all are fine. 

Take care.

Do comment.

Comments

  1. Lets pray for the safety of all those who are stuck in this web of terror. Let all be safe and let sanity and peace prevail.

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  2. we allr fine in mumbai.there is no report of casualty within our community member till date.

    bipul
    mumbai

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  3. Many thanks to Bipul for the update, it's a great release to be informed that our people in mumbai are fine.

    May Lord Krishna help your countrymen to restore peace in Mumbai.... and to Stop these bloodshed and violence! Let peace prevail!!!


    The Manipuri Blog Team

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  4. Why only our people or our community, lets pray for all the human beings who are struck over there, May Lord Krishna be always with all and help them always.

    Moreover how many of our people do you think will be in taj having dinner or working during that period ?

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  5. Eh heda Raghav, engrejit ada kasa kobita ahaan lekhebeliya, foriegnor photo ahaan lagabaliya titie tore ti Richard Branson khalkororta na kita. Tite 'Upstart' go lagor. Mi sure ti word egor meaning haan harnaupasot.'Upstart' uta oilga tai tor deki maanu. Baire hoba kintu bitore ohangkar thoiya aatara manu uta. Upstart uta oil tai akta duniya haan dehiya paagol osi uta. Omatik gose nau kai, tor deki Bangaldeshor sou dinka foreigne jitaraga. Khani class haan aan. Torka 'Taje' jaaana uhaan bout dangor kaam ahaan, kiya bule ti nije Taje nau gesotga ba nua ko jana hikesot pauri. Hante Jaathanor tore ti 'celebrity' go buliya na khalkori. You are still a mediocre mind. Tor bishoiye ti kuno illusion na thoi.

    Duhaan upodesh thail:
    1. Jaat han underestimate nakori.

    2. Brush up your English.

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  6. Obai Itao, nungai pailu pakoriya. Chaikta tiou kobita ahan likh ar loge foreignor photo ahan lageya dehuwa parorni ?

    More tor magna upodesh uta nau di, nijerang apply kor. Jaathanore underestimate nau koresu ar nau kortou kintu ebaka tore underestimate korouri. Jotohaan english parouri otohaanlo me cholani partou, morka nau khalkoredi nijer ka khalkor.

    Lastly, Hingsha nakori please.

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  7. That was very horrable moment but we can only pray for them....and for peace

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  8. Raghav Girok!
    Are you OK? !!!!!!!!!!

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  9. One should not underestimate the BM.In 1964 Guru Bipin Sinhas brother Guru Devendra Sinha used to frequent President Hotel.I myself had dinner with my friends,quite a number of times.I have not had any proof today.Please don`t fight wordly war among yourself.

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  10. @ Raghab and Obai Itao

    Man if Stupidity is currency, you are both billionaires.

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  11. Obai itao has become an integral part of this blog. He adds spice, the raja moksi kind. It is all in good spirit. "Writer's! Don't run for cover but take the incoming fire, headlong!"

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  12. @ Pink Floyd alias Gulab Babu!

    Mo re billionaire upadi denaka mi tore lishing Thank Yous katkorouri.

    Tie nungei osot. Retired osot bujongo para oiya manur khud bisara bisara thar.

    Kamor yaari ahanou dene baba.
    Uhaan nuarle mor loge naasa ahan de...

    Teinta teinta...

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