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(From The Economic Times)
The powerful blasts in Delhi are not turning away hordes of backpackers from Paharganj, a tourist haven, particularly among Israelis. Some of the tourists interviewed on the streets of Paharganj said terrorism was now a global phenomenon and one should not be scared.
"I come from a country where such attacks are common. These are testing times for the people of India and everybody should stay together to defeat such people," said Adi, from Israel.
He said, "If we run away, their job would be successful because their aim is to harm and scare innocent people. Paharganj was one of the two places - the other being Sarojini …