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D-16/1
Sep 22, 2014
01:21 PM

How can women be more 'vulnerable', to cyber attacks?

Do men have 'anti cyber attack brains' from birth?

This is despicable stereotyping.

misogynist, chennai
D-15/1
Sep 22, 2014
01:19 PM

This 'campaign' is despicable as it is sexist.

misogynist, chennai
D-14/14
Sep 22, 2014
12:49 PM


BJP must stick to governance and development issues; steer clear of anti-Muslim rhetoric

In remarks that received wide coverage, Mr Modi said “Indian Muslims will live for India” adding that “they will not want anything bad for India”. These remarks are welcome and will hopefully set the tone for future political messaging. Two constituencies must echo the PM. One is the social media sphere where rhetoric about Muslims has a particularly nasty edge among self-proclaimed nationalists. Such a degree of intolerance is toxic for Indian society. There is a need for consistent rhetoric that refuses to stigmatise the other in order to reassure minorities and moderate political discourse. The BJP, in particular, must take cue from the PM’s remarks and desist from anti-minority posturing. 

www.hindustantimes.com/comment/bjp-must-stick-to-governance-and-development-steer-clear-of-anti-muslim-rhetoric/article1-1266884.aspx

Anwaar
Dallas, United States
D-13/2
Sep 22, 2014
11:04 AM

In popular perception yoga is identified with Asanas (postures). But yoga is holistic, with the asanas only one of the eight parts of what is known as Astanga Yoga.

K.Suresh
Bangalore, India
D-12/2
Sep 22, 2014
11:03 AM

Some of these ignobel sciences is considered useful, atleast in KeraLa. I went through the paper on banana peels. It was impressive. School projects can be done on such lines. Its the meticluousness that catches the eye.

The UK Guardian implies that researchers worry about the effect of magnetic storms on dogs peeing or defecating. Ye Gods, want will they think of next?

On a related note. Is it any use. All these columnists and readers ranting, raving, complaining, pissing and moaning? Hmmm.

An elderly lady phoned her telephone company to report that her telephone failed to ring when her friends called - and that on the few occasions when it did ring, her pet dog always moaned right before the phone rang. The telephone repairman proceeded to the scene, curious to see this psychic dog or senile elderly lady.
He climbed a nearby telephone pole, hooked in his test set, and dialed the subscriber's house. The phone didn't ring right away, but then the dog moaned loudly and the telephone began to ring.
Climbing down from the pole, the telephone repairman found:
1. The dog was tied to the telephone system's ground wire via a steel chain and collar.
2. The wire connection to the ground rod was loose.
3. The dog was receiving 90 volts of signaling current when the phone number was called.
4. After a couple of such jolts, the dog would start moaning and then urinate on himself and the ground.
5. The wet ground would complete the circuit, thus causing the phone to ring.

 
Which demonstrates that some problems CAN be fixed by pissing and moaning.

Tearful Onion
Jhumri Talaiyya, India
D-11/4
Sep 22, 2014
10:55 AM

"Diplomacy Not a Take-Away Joint"

This from the guy who is taking away crutches from the disabled.

K.Suresh, Bangalore
D-10/1
Sep 22, 2014
10:29 AM

Very true! Excellent message,.

Rajesh Chary
Mumbai, India
D-9/8
Sep 22, 2014
10:25 AM

For once a PM chose to connect with the children of the country - is this such a bad thing as to evoke so much criticism? I think Modi did very well to communicate with the young people - and also communicated very well - so sour grapes to Outlook, you've lost your sense of judgement.

Rajesh Chary
Mumbai, India
D-8/13
Sep 22, 2014
10:05 AM

After actor Suresh Gopi heaping praises on Prime Minister Modi time and again, it's now actor Mohanlal's turn. On his blog, the Malayalam superstar has written in detail about his thoughts on the Prime Minister's Teachers' day address. 

Mohanlal writes that on Teachers' day he watched PM Modi talking to lakhs of school children across the country and he liked one question that a child asked Modi. "The child had asked Modi if he had ever thought he would become the Prime Minister, to which Modi replied that he never dreamt of it. You should not be dreaming of becoming someone, but should dream of doing something sincerely," Mohanlal writes.

The actor says he thought a lot about the PM's reply and apparently felt this was the best advise for a generation that is encouraged to do anything to achieve success. He then laments about the state of people in Kerala who have to travel on roads that have only potholes or have to wait at government offices for endless hours to get a file sanctioned. Mohanlal says he believes the Prime Minister's advise to be sincere to one's job is much needed for the upcoming generation. As only a generation aware of its duties can save Kerala's society from sinking. 

Mohan
Adiiipur, India
D-7/8
Sep 22, 2014
09:46 AM

Sickular industry is in overdrive mode after recent bypolls, Outlook being at the front.

Uday Sharma
Bangalore, India
D-6/12
Sep 22, 2014
09:39 AM

The AAPtard needs to know that there is no 'Idea of India' enshrined in the Constitution. The constitution is about equality and rule of law. The IOI is about community based laws and benefits - everything that our founding fathers would have abhorred. India is not an 'idea'.

RSM
Delhi, India
D-5/1
Sep 22, 2014
08:40 AM

 KOLKATA:  A Pakistani citizen is now a TMC member in the Rajya Sabha, courtesy West Bengal Chief Minister and TMC chief Mamata Banerjee. Ahmed Hassan, aka Imran, is in fact a Pakistani citizen, since he entered India from East Pakistan in 1970-71, before the birth of Bangladesh.

In his affidavit before the Election Commission, he stated he passed Higher Secondary examinations in 1972 and is of 60 years old. However, he did not mention his citizenship, place and date of birth. Hassan, according to the intelligence agencies in both India and Bangladesh, was born in a village in Srihatta, Sylhet, in East Pakistan, and entered the country through its border with Assam, much before the birth of Bangladesh. Hassan first stayed in Dhubri in Assam, which has a strong Muslim population, but later shifted to Banarhat in Jalpaiguri district in North Bengal. His father, a “Razakar”, was responsible for killing a large number of Bengali intellectuals, while aiding the Pakistan Army during the Liberation War, intelligence reports mention.

 

A Special Branch report of Assam Police states, “Hassan infiltrated Assam long before the birth of Bangladesh and as such, is an East Pakistani. His father too infiltrated, but took up a job in a tea garden in West Bengal, where he was killed by freedom fighters from Bangladesh who came across the border. His visits to Assam from West Bengal were monitored and he was found to be closely linked with several organisations close to the Pakistan’s ISI.”

 

“He had visited the camps that were being run at Moulavi Bazar in Sylhet, in the 80s, by an ISI Major. He maintained a façade while in Assam, saying he was a Leftist, since he was settled in CPM-ruled West Bengal. But, his agenda in Assam was clear cut and to some extent, he did succeed in consolidating anti-India forces here,” it stated.

On April 24,1977, a huge conference was held at Aligarh Muslim University, where the Students Islamic Movement of India (SIMI) was born and Hassan was elected as its West Bengal president.  Hassan himself admitted, “I was a member of SIMI from 1977 - 1984.”

Even after the organisation was banned by the Centre, he remained the face of the organisation, according to a report with the Ministry of Home Affairs.

Mohan
Adiiipur, India
D-4/3
Sep 22, 2014
08:38 AM

Look who is talking :-)

Maha, NJ
D-3/7
Sep 22, 2014
01:11 AM

Got to love the sickos for the constant comedy they provide :-)

International Christian Concern has warned that Sangh Parivar, an umbrella Hindu nationalist group, is inflicting suffering and looking to cleanse the minority Christian population in India, much like terror group ISIS is doing in Iraq and Syria

www.christianpost.com/news/hindu-nationalist-group-seeking-to-cleanse-christian-presence-from-india-is-not-unlike-isis-watchdog-group-warns-126033/

Whats InAName
San Francisco, United States
D-2/1
Sep 22, 2014
12:47 AM

Why not BJP and Sena contest 119 seats each separately (without competing with each other) and let there be competetion among themselves in the 16 seats.  With the kind of performance of present government, even in those 16 seats they will do good. 

P.B. Joshipura, Suffolk, Virginia
D-1/14
Sep 22, 2014
12:06 AM

By Atul Chaurasia

Some of the steps taken by the government have left a particular community worried. These decisions include providing Z+ security cover to Sangeet Som

The govt should decide on the security level based on the opionions of the Atul Chausasias and the jehadis. Why bother about the input of intelligence agencies?

The scums who get so agitated about security to Som, are perfectly okay with security to Geelanis, and Yaseen Maliks. This is the kind of secularism they want the govt to follow.

Whats InAName
San Francisco, United States
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