Sunday, 27 September 2015

My View of Honour and Women

A very pertinent issue. Unfortunately, some people in our midst refuse to even acknowledge it an issue, but it is a huge problem, at least here in Pakistan.

You are right, somehow the onus of safeguarding the 'honour' of the family always falls on the women. I suppose somehow its the legacy of the age-old traditions we have had and the notion that the men know the society better( no pun intended). So they have got to guard the womenfolk and punish the few errant and rebellious ones who challenge this belief.

The problem here is that whenever a lady wants to have it her way against the wishes of her family, her family brand here as a stigma to the family- one who has 'dishonoured' them. Somehow i don't think its because of lack of education or social awareness. You would see cases of honour killing right across the social hierarchy. SamiaSarwar was a one such unlucky 'educated' lady who murdered in cold blood at the orders of her mother in the offices of her lawyer. This was the response from the ones in our NA. Condemnable to say the least.

And the role of religion? I think the issue had more of a 'social genesis' than a religious one. Religion has just become a pawn in the hands of the perpetrators.

The sad thing is that i don't think education will help in this regard, only proactive involvement by the common man. Check this VictimsOfLaw. Some incidents where the people did win.

So where do we go form here?

Monday, 24 August 2015

Unique Info about Hitler

In no way was i trying to justify his atrocities against Jews or policy of Nazism but his leadership had a positive side to it also..... If we were to keep what he did to the Jews aside then some of his policies specially his economic ones and his policy of national integration were very impressive..

Lets move on and forget about what he did to the 6 million jews ,there are positive things that we should appreciate too, we must appreciate the good work he did,why only talk negative ,it was not he who personally killed the jews, he didn't go out there and burn them ,it was basically anger at the injustice meted out to the majority population that finally culminated into this. We must forget and see the progress and development ,why nobody talks about the german women who were raped after world war 2 ,nobody talks about that .

He was a visionary and he changed the country,he brought it immense development which helped everybody and we need more people like him.

Monday, 20 July 2015

My View about Kidnap

After a rocking launch earlier this year with the breezy Jaane Tu Ya Jaane Na, chocolate-hero Imran Khan turns vicious villain with Kidnap. Pitted against him is angst-ridden father Sanjay Dutt, battling to save his daughter Minissha Lamba. And, Yes, Minissha shed her girl-next-door image with this flick; she worked out like crazy to carry off her latest look. Sanjay Dhoom Gadhvi directs this film; so, expect loads of action.

Monday, 29 June 2015

View about Nationals

I don't think its the lack of laws enforcing Indianness. No country has even been great by enforcing nationalism on its own people. Had India tried to be strong and prosperous, its citizens would have had better unifying and diverse values.

Well, Israel for instance has made military enrolment mandatory for at least a year or two. If implemented in India, this can serve as a powerful deterrent to internal terrorism. The idea behind Hindutva is still the same in this case, although not as explicitly spelled out to be "Hindutva". Inculcating pan-nationalistic sentiment among all its citizens would certainly eliminate a host of problems that the nation currently is suffering from. 

Another example being Uniform civil code opposition from minorities. Technically they aren't anywhere close to being a 'minority', it's political concocted term and used generously for political purposes.

Saturday, 13 June 2015

Information about Unity of India

At it's face value it might sound dictatorial, but in the hind-sight the lack of laws that enforce Indian-ness among all religious minorities (specially Muslims and Christians) has created problems.
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The Indian -ness that i know is about ''unity in diversity'', about humanity,kindness,love for all , multiculturalism , i did not know that i have to declare myself as a person having Hindu ancestry first and start reading the Gita in order to have that Indian -ness .India is hundreds of kingdoms united in 1947, and before that it wasn't a country. So there is no such thing as Indian-ness especially if you r comparing the far North-East to the far South and the far North-West there are immense cultural and racial differences and linguistic too. Most central Indians in Gujarat , Mumbai all act very similar though - and usually fit the cultural stereotypes of other Indians as depicted in Western Television. But obviously a Sikh Kashmiri guy is not going to act anything the same as a Tamil South Indian guy - they will look, talk and act completely different. India is just a very new country made 60 plus years ago - it's stupid saying all Indians are the same, because it is the same as saying if France, Italy, and Spain all joined and became one country - and culturally through languages, looks, and acting they are all different.

Indianess of the RSS is declaration that Hindus are the real Indians and the rest must live under their symp