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12-30-2005, 01:44 PM
Prof.MC Puri Mathematics wizard shot dead in Banglore terror attack was cremated on Friday Dec 30 at Lodi Road crematorium in South Delhi in the presence of 150 misty eyed family members,friends,admirers.at Lodi Road crematorium in South Delhi.
Puri had gone to Bangalore to attend a three day seminar at IITSc when a terrorist opened fire and killed him instantly and injuring five others.Among the mourners was S.R Arora Principal Hansraj College and a former student of Prof. Puri.The students said they have lost a great teacher and guide.

12-30-2005, 01:59 PM
Terrorist are now targeting hy-tech cities of India, government have to take steps to provide more security to such cities. By killing person like Prof. Puri no-body is gaining anything but they are trying to stop growth of India. Brainy people are asset of India All good institution of india should be given full protection and they must be properly secure.

12-30-2005, 04:22 PM
You are right Sunil.The intention of the terrorists is to create terror and demoralisation in the country,they have turned the the temple of knowledge into the temple of terror and fear.

Bangalore is like a home to 1,500 technology companies.

Bangalore has long been the face of India’s IT revolution.

Security should be tighten across the country and mostly the educational institutions.

We cannot get back in way we are progressing no matter they create any problems or obsticles in the way.

12-31-2005, 08:57 AM
The Bangalore Police have formed a special team headed by an officer of Inspector General of Police rank to investigate the December 28 terrorist attack on the Indian Institute of Science, a top police official said. Bangalore Police release terrorist`s sketch.

The special team would have Deputy Commissioner, three Assistant Commissioners of Police (ACPs), five Inspectors of Police and other supporting staff.

01-23-2006, 11:02 AM
The Bangalore police has arrested two more suspects, along with a huge quantity of explosives, in connection with last month's terrorist attack at Indian Institute of Science (IISc) in Bangalore.

the arrested militants - Afsar Pasha and Mohammad Irfan - belong to the Pakistan-based terrorist outfit Lashkar-e-Toiba (LeT), and are natives of Karnataka and Uttar Pradesh.

Pasha was working as a mechanic and Irfan was working as a cleric
in a mosque in the state.