None of these entries are originally mine, but extracted from internet and newspaper sources which permit sharing. Only the comments, wherever they appear. are mine. I claim no credit, but think it is worthwhile for my readers to spend a few moments on each one of them. Skip the entries you had read in original. … Continue reading SOME INTERESTING THINGS FROM MY SOCIAL MEDIA PAGES
With Salman Rushdie’s good luck and fame in my mind, if I ever write another book, I would pray that it be banned by the government. I will then have a best seller in my hands.. I suggest that Ms Udwin sells copyrights to as many foreign channels and studios as she can before a higher court in India lifts the ban.
Now that Indira is long gone and fortunately (for her) forgotten, it is her Congress Party that truly represents India and its mindset. Mohammad Yousuf Bhat of the Congress party, a candidate for the forthcoming Elections in Jammu and Kashmir, has stated in a signed affidavit that his daughter is a liability - in fact, … Continue reading MOHAMMAD YOUSUF BHATT : TRUE SPOKESMAN FOR INDIAN PARENTS
You caught a couple, stoned the woman to death With a baby in her belly, but gave the man some breadth. We don’t wear bangles either, you men of Pakistan, We can do just as bad or worse in our secular Hindustan. Two girls, fourteen and sixteen, walked out in the dark ‘Cause gov’ment … Continue reading WE’RE IN IT TOGETHER, PAKISTAN
Yesterday, a 25-year old pregnant woman who had gone to the Lahore High Court in Pakistan to testify that She had married her husband by choice and had not been kidnapped, was dragged out by her relatives and stoned to death while the police looked on. Her husband escaped. Her crime? She disobeyed her parents … Continue reading GOD IS MERCIFUL, A PREGNANT WOMAN STONED TO DEATH
Some ten years ago, a very bright and pretty niece of mine wrote to me by e-mail : “I do not want to marry. But there is a lot of pressure from home to marry one of the boys who come to the ritual of ‘seeing the girl.’ What should I do?” I wrote back … Continue reading Taking it lying down
A woman police sub-inspector walked into a public park in Patna the other day and beat up couples holding hands or sitting together or, possibly but not really, kissing – the most obscene act you can do in public in India. In the villages around Patna, and even in its by-lanes, you find women standing … Continue reading Not our Culture