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8 Oct 07
No. I have not seen Bhopal. I use to travel between Bangalore and Delhi by train and the train used to stop at Bhopas in the midnight for 10 minutes. People use to lock the windows saying that people at bhopal would break open and come inside the copartment. Second time I repeatedly heart is about the gas leak by dirty multinational company which took away the eyes of thousands of people.
8 Oct 07
hi ssh123 , thanks for your response. By which train you use to travel by rajdhani or karnataka. I can promise you one thing that bhopal is a peaceful place. you need not afraid from peoples here. that gas leaky is about 20 years ago a MNC, Union Carbide American based co. has got this gas leakage problem. and this gas is MIC, methyl iso cyanide. and if fact it is not an accidental leakage they mkaes pesticides and use poisionous gases to make product effective and usualy release the excessive gas in atmosphrer at mid night in a controlled manner. fortunatly at that time their control system got failed due neglegence and proper maintainence and things become out of control whic make this incident, one of the biggest industrial accident.
14 Oct 07
Ots not our country has failed to book. ifact our country has supported their management and directors to escape from back door as their director Anderson is American. istead of arresting him and putting in bars they have sent him out of country and than negotiated for money. they have paid huge money in both ways uder table and open for compensation and To my knowledge our government has paid compensation is just the intrest of that money. and actual money is out of reach of suferers.
2 Nov 07
Hello Mahesh, i never realized that Bhopal had so many lakes and its called city of lakes thanks for letting us know :) No i have never been there but i would love to visit it one day. I live in Bangalore, we had lots n lots of Gardens and lakes as well. Bangalore is called the Garden City too. But its not so green any more but still a lovely city. You should visit one day if you have not already visited it :)
3 Nov 07
Hollo Ano, Bhopal has only two lakes and two dams still it is called city of lakes.I would like to tell you that I use to visit banglore once in month or two, fortunatley at present iam in banglore. Iam in banglore from monday to sunday ie 4th NOV. It is always a nice place to live and its raining almost every evening. You are so lucky to living in banglore. Thanks for your response.
20 Aug 07
Hello Cen, I live in Bali. I never visited the lake in your city, I also dont know Bhopal. In my place we have several lake that I visited sometimes. I like the view and the calm of a lake. It is just feel so quiet and peaceful whenever I saw a lake..
23 Jul 07
Hello! I live in Dehradun & I love travelling. So, I have visited many places in India like Andhra Pradesh, Orissa, Assam, Mumbai, Karnataka, Rajasthan, Delhi, Uttarakhand, Himachal Pradesh, Chandigarh, etc. But I have never visited Bhopal. One of my friends is from there & she keeps talking about the place & beautiful lakes. So, someday I would definitely have a trip to Bhopal...vani^_^
2 Nov 07
Hi cen 7777, I live in Nagpur early then now in Mimbai or Pune.. I saw lake which .5km from my native place's home and now MNC of Nagpur is planing to built 5-star hotel there..but people want lake to remain as it is..so there is stay now. I also saw Dal-lake in Kashmir and travell in boat called as 'Shikara', I like that house boat. thanks for discussion.
2 Nov 07
I have never visited Bhopal before and have no idea about the city of the lakes. But from the attachment of the image I then guess that the scenery around the lakes must be quite peaceful and attractive as shown in the photos. Are the lakes the places of recreation? I feel like doing some boating there.
17 Jul 07
Hi cen7777! I live in Mumbai. Infact i have seen most of the places in India. I have lived in Cochin, Hyderabad, Chennai,Bangalore and Kolkatta before coming to Mumbai. I have travelled quite widely through out India. I still do remember Dal lake in Kashmir though i have seen it almost 20 years back.