How TOI made up a story of female feticide

The Male Factor (TMF)

If you have the opinion that there exists only one type of feticide – “female feticide”; our media is fully responsible for that. This is because our mainstream media can create enough illusion in the minds of educated Indians to make them believe the same even with statistics that shows MORE MALE FETUS were killed.

A recent report published by ace Indian newspaper Times of India projects an AIIMS study that showed 48% male fetus being killed in South Delhi compared to 46% girls, shows rampant killing of female fetus and projects that as cruelty to girls while keeping silence on the real issue of male feticide as revealed by the study.

Feticide 1 How TOI projected the study in online news

The online version of the news still shows an image where a girl is at the center of a gun point when the description said “males outnumbered females”…

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Finally… Indian MEN ignite the spark

#traditionalfamilyactivist SaveIndianFamily.in activists make a peaeful agitation in New Delhi for Men's Rights
SaveIndianFamily.in (SIF) #traditionalfamilyactivist hold satyagraha to make an appeal for constitution of Men’s Commission to restore stability in Indian families and fight against fake cases manipulated by feminists to victimize men.

 

It had to happen somewhere some day, right? But starting from nowhere else than India is a bit surprising for me too. A lot has been said and done in favor of women’s rights, feminism et al, which consequently led to separatism, instability of society on the whole, and promoting hatred for men (for sure) regardless of the behavior and character that different men possess respectively.

 

It has almost become an established perception or norm among the women that “men are all the same” and should be “viewed as the same” because…uh, it’s more hypothetical than real and you know that. But hey, that’s my view and I say this because I simply felt like this in my experience. Of course, when I was a kid it was altogether different then though being raised up in a feminist family, I did have question marks in my mind then too.

 

“No Commission. No Laws. No Govt Funding. No Care or Support for Men. Why Hate Men so much?” — asks an activist @koolbhav on #satyagraha4men

 

This, and a lot more angst against pseudo-feminism comes to a platform now. They call it “Save Indian Family” and have a website http://www.saveindianfamily.com that provides pretty useful information, case references, and also a helpline number for men suffering from pseudo-feminism or victimized under fake cases. A brave step towards getting back to “normal” aka traditional family norms. I will personally go check out what this is all about and write more after I gather more information about it.

 

But seriously, has feminism peaked? Or it just went way beyond what was desired of it? I can tell you there’s hundreds of women (to my knowledge) who went beyond ethical limits as an activist and have ruined their families, who regret what they did maybe unknowingly, and want to return to traditional family values but just hesitate to accept it and commit themselves to mainstream norms because they’re so surrounded and buried under hatred-spreading, biased, isolated & frustrated kind of fraternity that it seems to them that they’ll kind of become left-alone if they were to get back to family norms.

 

Anyways, for all those Indian men who feel like you’re suffering from pseudo-feminism or your wife threatens you or your parents every now and then to evoke any fake case, or if you’re really depressed due to such reasons, here’s the helpline number for you guys:

 

08882-498-498

 

You can find many more district-wise helpline numbers here:

 

http://saveindianfamily.in/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=132&Itemid=436

 

If this helps even a single person or a family then I’ll start believing I’m a superman:) Until next post, take care.

Small Business Tips – What Makes A Successful SMB Owner Buzz?

What causes one small business to succeed while another fails? Though there isn’t a definitive recipe for success but owners of small businesses that rise at the top, often share these traits in common:

Tech-savvy – Most successful small business owners are connected digitally and invest money into their website, IT, social media efforts and office equipments – all in the interest of efficiency.

Inquiring – These business owners are constantly seeking out new information and strive to understand what is the ‘behind-the-failure’ or success of particular initiatives, in addition to keeping an eye on trends in the industry.

Experimental – Successful business owners are constantly testing new ideas and methodically measuring results in a search for the most effective ways to sell, market and manage their businesses.

Task-oriented – Successful business owners have the ability to plan ahead, understanding how daily tasks claim to the company’s long-term strategy.

Content – Successful business owners take pride in the accomplishments of their businesses and in producing a great product or service.

Simple, yet so strange

Hy-all!

Here’s a great simple quote from Lord Buddha:

“You can search throughout the entire universe for someone who is more deserving of your love and affection than you are yourself, and that person is not to be found anywhere.
You yourself, as much as anybody in the entire universe deserve your love and affection.”
– Lord Buddha

Give it a second thought and please explain it to me what does this mean.  I am sure it’s not about being selfish or getting self-praised.  If you’re the deserving one then who actually is the provider/giver?

Meri bheegi bheegi si…what makes RD+KK rock?

Here’s my humble attempt of the song:

This old wine will never lose its flavor for sure. Here are the lyrics:

Meri Bheegi Bheegi Si, Palkon Pe Reh Gaye
Jaise Mere Sapne Bikhar Ke
Jale Man Tera Bhi, Kisi ke Milan ko
Anamika Tu Bhi Tarse
Meri bheegi bheegi si...


Meri Bheegi Bheegi Si, Palkon Pe Reh Gaye
Jaise Mere Sapne Bikhar Ke
Jale Man Tera Bhi, Kisi ke Milan ko
Anamika Tu Bhi Tarse
Meri bheegi bheegi si...

(1) 
Tujhe Bina Jaane, Bin Pehachane 
Maine Hridaya se Lagaya -2 
Par Mere Pyar Ke Badle Mein Toone 
Mujhko Yeh Din Dikhlaya 
Jaise Birha Ki, Rut Maine Kaati 
Tadap ke aahen Bhar Bhar ke 
Jale Man Tera Bhi, Kisi ke Milan ko 
Anamika Tu Bhi Tarse
Meri bheegi bheegi si... 

(2)
Aag Se Naata, Naari Se Rishta 
Kaahe Man Samajh Na Paaya -2
Mujhe Kya Hua Tha, Ek Bewafaa Pe 
Haaye Mujhe Kyon Pyaar Aaya 
Teri Bewafaai Pe, Hanse Jag Saara 
Gali Gali Guzre Jidharse, 
Jale Man Tera Bhi, Kisi ke Milan ko
Anamika Tu Bhi Tarse
Meri bheegi bheegi si...

Meri Bheegi Bheegi Si, Palkon Pe Reh Gaye
Jaise Mere Sapne Bikhar Ke
Jale Man Tera Bhi, Kisi ke Milan ko
Anamika Tu Bhi Tarse
Meri bheegi bheegi si...