THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: As Call Me Dave further ingratiates himself with India's leaders and business community, like all politically correct and out of touch politicians he engages in a grovelling apology for historical events undertaken during the British Empire, this time the 1919 Amritsar Massacre when 379 protesters died. Now while this act should be condemned, one wonders which events are to be apologised for in future. Is it the event concerned, where it happened, the numbers involved or the time scale? Will CMD next time he visits Manchester apologise to its citizens for the British government's actions in 1819 when many demonstrators were killed by the army and hundreds wounded for demanding reform? No he won't of course, but then patronising foreigners for big business interests (under the guise of "British interests") is fine, whereas the Manchester demonstrators were only from the English working class.