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It was Nilotpal's turn last night to be the target of a gang interested in robbing him of his phone and cash. The way these goons diligently prepare before converging on their unsuspecting victims is astounding.

Bangalore isn't a safe city.

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Anonymous said…
which city in d world is safe dear? ,
maybe only d no mans land .
Deepanjan said…
No city is safe.
But there are cities that are a lot safer than Bangalore. None of the cities I've been to seem as hostile as Bangalore. Allahabad may be the only exception.
Anonymous said…
just becos tragety incedent was experienced by u in blore does not mean ,
u maynot hv dat incident elsewhere ,
and Bihar , Dehli and many seemingly good places r much , much less safer dan blore ,
blore maybe not be as good as Pune r Kolcy ,but its still better dan many places

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