Tuesday, 17 September 2013

Is Narendra Modi our next P.M. ?

A dream doesn't become reality through magic; it takes sweat, determination and hard work. - Colin Powell

After months of anticipation and discussions, BHARTIYA JANTA PARTY (BJP), announced Mr. Narendra Modi as the next PM candidate for 2014 Lok Sabha elections. Mr.Modi is being looked upon as a transformer of the largest democratic country of the world.

India is looking for a man who is fearless; courageous and can withstand all odds even in the grimmest situations, and the Gujarat CM has all the qualities integrated in him.  In 2002, Modi faced a dark patch during the unfortunate Godhra riots in which several innocent lives were taken which paralysed the state government for a while. Later in the end of the year, Modi again won the state election which was a huge blow to its conspirators who wanted to get India a bad name on the bases of Hindu-Muslim riots.

Good things do not happen overnight and it takes sheer hard work and determination and that is what Modi’s journey has been from a tea staller to the political icon. Undoubtedly, it is both commendable and inspiring for the youths.

His round of speech in every state only highlights his quality as a leader who shines with impeccable integrity. He garners immense support from the civil society and these are the ones who will enable him to live his dream. In return, Modi needs to selflessly return a nation which is corruption free, provides equal opportunities; works on the safety of women’s and thinks of its nation and people rather than about other inapt matters.


Thursday, 5 September 2013

BAPU,The NOT SO Divine Saint

I am a god’s messenger; I can read your mind and can answer all your question in your dreams is what the 72 year old Asaram Bapu, the spiritual guru has been preaching all these years. He plays with the minds of his followers and moulds them in such a way that they start believing him. The controversial guru has always been in the news for some other reason, but at present he has again grabbed the headlines for raping a 16 year old girl in the ashram, where every day thousand of devotes assemble to listen his religious messages and beliefs.


Asaram bapu, is a self claimed god’s man who preaches on bhakti and karma yoga. Within short span of time, he has garnered the support of millions of people both in India and overseas. He has expanded his empire to 425 ashrams, a more than 1400 samitis and 50 gurukuls. He charges huge sum of money while visiting his devotee’s house which could range anything between 1 lakh to 10 lakhs. He has immense support of MLA’S and state ministers through whom he is able acquire land to build his ashrams.

Molesting or raping a girl is not something new for him as he has been doing it in the confined doors of his ashram all these years as reported by his close aide. For his leisure time   he wants girls between the age group of 15 to 25 and ones he has slept with them, he does not want them again. If someone raises her voice against his heinous crime, she is poisoned to death and is disposed at the back of his ashram.  But the situation changed, when the victim and her father bought his coarse acts from private to public and showed the real face of the spiritual leader who would have otherwise continued his loutish deeds along with his divine duties.


It is astonishing to know that how gruesomely these acts are performed in one corner and in other corner this saint wears his mask and dramatize the spiritual duties and play along with the sentiments of the people. By telling people that they are an intermediate of a god and a man, they attain the trust of the people and take home sack of huge moolah.

Tuesday, 3 September 2013

Nirbhaya : A Courageous Soul


Is it misdemeanour to be a girl? Is female foeticide the only option for would be parents when they come to know about the sex of their unborn child? “Kill your female child instead of bringing her into this malicious world” is what a devastated father of Damini says after hearing the court verdict against the juvenile.

The horrendous crime which took place on the fateful day of 16th December 2012, when a girl was brutally raped, murdered and thrown out of the bus, the first judgement came favouring the juvenile who was one of the five accused in the Delhi gang rape case. After eight months, when every citizen of India was waiting for a favourable judgement for Damini, the judiciary left the accused easily by punishing him only for 3 years in the reform centre.


It was heart wrenching for the victims parents to see that the judiciary did not favoured them with justice. How would have they felt when they saw the murderer of their daughter walking so easily without serving any severe punishment. Numerous broadcast channels were running Damini’s parents interview which showed them sobbing and distraught.

The rapists are undoubtedly psychopaths who get thrills from the sufferings of the victims. Just for their sexual desires they ruin a girl’s life forever. These rapists become more potent in a group and try to repeat the act of porn films which they pleasurably watch along with their peer groups.



Every hour a rape takes place, some are registered while some are kept under the carpet. A strict law needs to be enforced, is what we have been murmuring all this while but the government remains insane to our calls, forget about the measures it will take, it even fails to react in any situation.