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Isn't this appalling? One of our very own officers in Islamabad caught passing on vital information to the Pakistanis and a woman at that.

india Updated: Apr 28, 2010 23:12 IST

Isn't this appalling? One of our very own officers in Islamabad caught passing on vital information to the Pakistanis and a woman at that.

What're you getting so hot under the collar for? I can't imagine that a translator in the embassy had any goods that would make A Q Khan glow in the dark.

No, no, it is traitorous even if her information weren't so sensitive, what will the enemy think of us, that we can't hold our flock together?

Frankly, I have been waiting around for years to be honey trapped but so far no feelers from anyone.

How can you be flip about such matters of national importance, and you wouldn't really sell secrets to the highest bidder, would you?

Depends, on the price. I could give them the inside dope on the IPL, I could tell them about the positions that our politicos will take on various issues. or I could tell them all about the in and outs of vital installations. I could be very useful.

They don't need you for that, any Tom, Dick or Harry can go into our high security facilities and come out with everything they need.

There must be something I can sack for a few smackeroos.

Maybe the Pakis will bite if you give them the dope on Sania's verve, sorry, serve.

Do say: Let's plug the leaks once and for all.

Don't say: We're proud of our leaky clean image.