the Taxidriver’s reply to Selvam on Senator S Nallakaruppan moonlighting
Submitted on 2012/04/27 at 1:11 am
As the UMNO youth chief said in the debate with Bersih chairperson the winner takes all looks like before the 13th general election is about to kick start we already know the results please lah give a break the people are not fools if you are one let it be but you cannot cheat all the people all the times, 1st the former PM said Anwar was not fit to lead the country as the next PM ok we bought the story BUT then what happened it was the court that said he was a free man then 2nd time same story again ,again the court has said he has won, no case so it has been proved without a shadow of doubt that Anwar in innocent so please stop this at once or let me tell you guys you are all gonna loose your deposit in the coming election .This is like a indian movie we know what to expect next no fun lah please go to some theater school & learn some new ways.I know of 1 school Lin Kok Weng try here.
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Rape and the ugly Indian Such barbarism in a country that dreams to be a world power
If only India’s other stats – on economy, poverty alleviation, healthcare – grew at the rate crimes against women are climbing up in this country. At an increase of 31% it is exponential. It is also shocking, amazing and ridiculous. A 2006 report by the National Crime Records Bureau said in India a woman is raped every half hour and is killed every 75 minutes. And this is according to 2004 data. Factor in a one-third jump and do the math. Also, make space for the large number of women, perhaps larger than the ones reporting their violation, who keep quiet and bury their shame forever in their hearts for fear of another round of abuse, this time from family, society, police.
Such barbarism in a country that dreams to be a world power and demands every seat at every global high table should indeed be humiliating not only for its leaders but also its people. But few are moved by the plight of half the nation’s population, still living in such dread, such suffocating coexistence. And this in 2009 – the 21st century.
Where do the perpetrators get such courage and confidence from that they stop a running bus, pull out a woman and leave her by the roadside after raping her, that they trap a foreign diplomat and rape her in a car, that they catch hold of a college student and violate her atop a building even as heavy traffic passes by a few feet below? How is it that a cop instead of protecting a young girl shuts her inside a police post and does the unthinkable?
The arrogance mostly comes from a knowledge that in a society like India’s the victims will be silenced “naturally and culturally”. It comes from the deadly and deeply ingrained dynamics of a feudal nation that treats women as second class citizens. And it comes from hundreds of years of brainwashing of the male mind after Manu said women were little better than cattle. Importantly, it derives an insidious power of its own by the silent suffering of women themselves, by their own reluctance to fight for the space they rightly deserve and are perpetually denied.
Top police officers say the number of rape cases reported may not even be a fraction of the one that’s actually committed. Social activists echo this. For every woman who reports her violation, there are 10 who will not speak up. Somehow, the Indian male – and a predominantly male-dominated police and administration – continues to put the onus of the crime, rather incredibly, on the victims: you must have sent some signal; you must have been dolled-up and dressed provocatively; maybe you are crying rape because you have been caught; why did you have to answer nature’s call when you know there could be thugs lurking around; what shame you have brought on us; why you.
This is enough to kill the spirit of most women and for those that can transcend this psychological brutality there is the crude questioning by cops and lawyers, something many victims say is like going through a second rape. Not surprising that they prefer to seal their lips and kill their sense of dignity and honour. And we are not even talking about the numerous others subjected to molestation, groping, eve teasing and degrees of verbal and physical abuse – at the movie hall, in the bus, in crowded bylanes, markets, trains, almost everywhere. As one female colleague who used to take the metro in Kolkata to commute said, “The first time I was groped, I created a ruckus. And fought like mad. But after a few times, it got hard. In any case, the stares you get after that is almost, like, killing. If you are a working woman in India not rich enough to take your own car to office, groping is a routine reality.”
A group of informed citizens have started a cyber campaign against rape, clamoring for stricter laws, including death sentence if it involves minors and handicapped. It’s already got robust support and, clearly, many think it’s a step in the right direction. The courts will have to get stringent – many still persuade the rapist to marry his victim – but there is urgent need for another three-pronged effort. One, investigating agencies will have to be sensitized on how to deal with such cases. Two, society at large will have to change its attitude towards victims and make the leap from judgemental censure to empathy. Finally, women themselves will have to fight their demons and come out in the open about their various abuses.
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Whether it was a light-hearted liaison, a passionate affair or a meaningful relationship that didn’t make it to the “happily ever after” altar, the fact is we’re human beings and there is always emotional residue after you end an emotional chapter in your life.
Some take it negatively and berate themselves, curse others, and blame circumstances while others reflect, distract themselves with meditation, a busy social calendar, or immerse themselves in work. Eventually the head says, ‘Move on’, but the heart lingers on as a volcano of suppressed emotions and memories keep rising to the surface. For most people ‘moving on’ is about finding a new relationship, when in actuality, moving on is more about ‘letting go’ of the past.
It is often said that you cannot pour anything into a cup that’s full. The same way, if you walk into your new relationship with emotional baggage there’s no space for the new person to hang their coat. You simply have to spring clean your emotional closets first. There’s no point getting into a new relationship when you’re still sore about the old one. You end up walking around with a lot of negativity, will eventually vent it on your new relationship, create unhealthy conflicts and issues and end up feeling even more miserable about it. Allow yourself appropriate time to just heal, depending on how long you were in the relationship, how far the relationship had gotten and how deeply hurt you were by the split. There is no need for your new partner to suffer the mistakes of the old relationship or the fact that you may still be carrying a torch for your ex.
I’m 23 and I just broke up with my childhood sweetheart. He says the spark has died between us and that he cannot spend a lifetime without passion and chemistry. Weloveeach other deeply, but he insists we must move on. I can’t imagine my life without him. How will any other man match up to a man I have loved since I was 10 years old?
Aaaaaw! That’s just so sad! We women are such suckers for romance and a happily ever after. It could also be that since he’s only been with you his whole life, he wants to explore the world or is simply scared to marry. Nonetheless, you need to rekindle the chemistry since that’s all that’s missing. Reinvent yourself with a sexier avatar (not slutty, just desirable), and a smiling hard to get attitude. Learn a couple of sizzling dance moves and develop an interesting hobby. Positivity, vibrancy, sex appeal and happy smiles are all magnets! If all that fails, at least you’ve used your break up time wisely and put yourself in a positive state of mind. Once the pain fades you’ll be ready for new beginnings. Just keep an open mind and allow a period of readjustment.
I am a 21 year old guy in love with a girl in tenth standard. She is based in Delhi while I’m in Chennai. We talk on the phone regularly but I cannot muster the courage to tell her my feelings since I feel it will affect our friendship. What do I do?
Don’t tell her how you feel directly, but gently figure out how she feels. Ask her about her views on relationships, the qualities she looks for in a man, etc. If she’s smart she’ll catch on to the line of questioning and her answers and tone will give you direction as to whether to proceed or retreat.
I just had an arranged marriage this Feb. My husband and I went for a small trip to Panchgani. On the first night, he forced me to have sex with him. It was a bad experience and I cannot get over it. He says he wants a boy and this makes me think that is he even educated? He seems to go out a lot with his friends and I feel there are things he does not tell me. His friends drop in whenever he is out of town and I do not like that. I cannot trust him with this kind of behaviour. Please suggest something.
Ok! So you’ve married a rough, chauvinistic, self serving man that you suspect has other liaisons and is subjecting you to entertaining his friends in his absence. Not a good start by any standards, but it’s a choice you’ve made and must contend with till you work out your options. Just make sure that while you mull over whether you can adjust to a lifetime with him, or are figuring out exit strategies, that you don’t get pregnant.
I am a 22 year old girl in love with a guy who is my age. Our families know each other very well and we are of the same caste. My father wants the boy to be well educated and settled. But he is a little weak in studies. -Dimple Singh
Wow! You’re in love, your families and caste are not an issue… you’re set as far I’m concerned. All you need to do is find ways through tuitions, etc., to improve his scores and give him an incentive like hanging a tantalising, “I’ll be yours forever when you get a good job” placard with your smiling photo on it above his study table!