Vonage: An Indian Phone Company “Get our service and call any phone number in India for free” by Kimberly Koerber-Bauer-Koerber

""Smoking and poor health"

The Taj Mahal Smoking after being bombed

 

A sales team for Vonage was recently at “Belk” ,a store in the Carolina Mall here in Concord, North Carolina. The current special is that after purchasing Vonage Phone Service which comes with free cordless and cell phones, the new customer can call any phone number in India for free, as per advertising brochures distributed. The young men were doing their job in this hard economy. The two were good salespeople, trying to make a commission, but did not talk about the following, which is from Wikipedia:

from Wikipedia:
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List of terrorist incidents in India
Attacks with 50+ deaths in Italics
Red indicates deadliest terrorist attack in India since 2001

2001 • Indian Parliament
• Srinagar

2002 • 1st Raghunath Temple
• Akshardam Temple
• Kolkata
• Kaluchak massacre
• Qasim Nagar massacre
• Rafiganj train
• 2nd Raghunath Temple
• Mumbai bus bombing
• Kurnool train

2003 • 1st Mumbai
• 2nd Mumbai
• 3rd Mumbai
• 4th Mumbai

2005 • Ayodhya
• Delhi 2005
• Jaunpur train

2006 • Varanasi
• Jama Masjid
• Doda massacre
• Mumbai
• Malegaon
• West Bengal train
• Srinagar

2007 • Samjhauta Express
• Mecca Masjid
• Hyderabad
• Ajmer Dargah
• Uttar Pradesh

2008 • Jaipur
• Bangalore
• Ahmedabad
• 1st Delhi
• 2nd Delhi
• Malegaon/Modasa
• Agartala
• Imphal
• Assam
• Mumbai

2009 • 1st Guwahati
• 2nd Guwahati

2010 • Bangalore
• Pune
• Dantewada
• Jnaneswari Express
• Jama Masjid Delhi
• Varanasi

2011 • Mumbai
• Delhi

2012 • Israeli diplomats, Delhi
• Pune

2013 • Hyderabad
• 1st Srinagar
• Bangalore
• Darbha valley
• 2nd Srinagar
• Bodh Gaya
• Patna

MAP OF THE 2008 MUMBAI ATTACKS

from Wikipedia:  your online source about 'everything'.

from Wikipedia: your online source about ‘everything’.

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