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India Pakistan relations and Britney Spears...

| 17:52 UK time, Monday, 19 February 2007

Hi everyone,

As Richard wrote earlier, we hope to entice you to talk about two very different subjects on tonight's programme. Your reaction to the bombs on the train travelling between India and Pakistan, and it's effect on the relationship between the two countries. And the Britney Spears shaven head story - do you feel sorry for her?

Post your comment now.

You can read emails and text messages here, and of course post your own comments as well.

Starting with India Pakistan - here are some texts:

Abdi, Mandera, Kenya
The peace process should ensure that a long term solution is reached soonest possible.

NASIR
A horrendous act of brutality, an act of terrorism. I think extremists in India should be reined in and it is about time that both countries cooperate.

ALIYOLA, ZARIA, NIGERIA
This is a terrorist attack. india & pakistan should join hand& fight it together.

Najeeb, Pakistan
This was an Inhuman,immoral and unbearable attack and of course carried out by one of the intelligence agency either of pakistan or india.

Bharat, Berlin, Germany
India should have more to tighten the security. the ball is in india's court.

JOHNSON, NIGERIA
Beyond rhetorics, is there any chance that terrorism and terrorists will ever be wiped out? Peace to you all in India and Pakistan.

Daniels Lawal, China
The government of both countries should continue the peace process, the terrorists don't want peace.

Lubna, Iraq
In every terrorist attack that happens in iraq,we blamd our neighbours, how can you have a normal relations with your neighbours if you think like that, intentions should be clarified and we should be open-minded.

ABDI, MANDERA, KENYA
The peace process should ensure that a long term solution is reached soonest possible.

NASIR
A horrendous act of brutality, an act of terrorism. I think extremists in India should be reined in and it is about time that both countries cooperate.

MANSOUR OF MONROVIA.
This is a terrible act of terror.

Dismas, Kenya
This bomb explosion is too barbaric, Islamic extremists are once again at it. Am sick of such bomb attacks..cant they speak a better language?

Agbakagba, Nigeria
I believe the double-speak from Politicians from Washington to London to Baghdad and Abuja is not helping world peace. Lets hear the truth.

Do you feel sorry for Britney?

Edwin, Malawi
Does anybody hear her? She's young and has been searching for the wrong things. All she needs is Jesus!

Johnson, Nigeria.
Inconsistency is the hallmark of Hollywood. Today Britney is spotting a bald hairdo tomorrow it could be overgrown. You only grow up in Hollywood when your time is up. Ask Anna Nicole.

Rusty van Druten, Joburg, S'Africa
Britney enmeshed in m/monroe syndrome. Young, rich, troubled, without coherent direction.

KAREN, Holland
Brit is obviously having a melt down. But its painful as well for her to be mocked and laughed at daily. We need to leave her alone.

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