Women slavery

From the very beginning of human civilization women have always been underprivileged. They had enjoyed equal freedom with men till the time people lived by ‘chase’ or even in their food gathering stage. At that time they were not settled in any particular place and while chasing the animals for food men and women played equal role in all their activities. Mankind was living in smaller groups and on group consisted of more than five hundred or six hundred people. Another important point at that stage was that people did not know that a child was born out of sexual intercourse between man and woman. That sense came to them only after they learnt to domesticate animals.

A big change came in the tribal thinking when they learnt ‘that union between men and women produced children’. Before that, all the children belonged to the tribe and each child had a mother but no father. But after acquiring this new knowledge they started searching for the father of the new born child and the responsibility of rearing up the child was shared between the father and the mother. Although,  it gave some relief to the mother but at the same time it snatched away some of her freedom. She becomes the exclusive property of a man. This way, the family system came into existence and when the tribes took to agriculture and settled-life, it was the women’s fate to become confined to home as they had to attend to the children more than the father. These way women got the protection of men but at the same time they lost their economic freedom as the economic activities become the exclusive preserve of men. After losing the economic freedom they virtually became slaves to men. This was the picture of every society from ancient time up to the recent past. A reflection of this can be seen in Manu’s dictum, “In childhood a female must be subject to her father, in youth to their husband, when her lord is dead to her sons; a women must never be independent.” Similar dictums can be traced in most of the other religions also and religion being the source of law in all the countries, people observes these laws as their sacred duty.

The problem of women’s slavery has attracted the notice of many modern social thinkers and statesmen. Many secular laws have been enacted in most of the countries of the world. But as the implementation of these laws lies in the hands of men, the plight of women has not changed much from its earlier status. Under Article 17 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, a committee on the Elimination of Discrimination against Women was established to consider periodic reports from state parties (153 States),  regarding their compliance with the provisions of the convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women. This Convention was adopted by the United Nations General Assembly on December 18th, 1979, and came into force on September 2nd, 1981. But not much effect of it has been felt as yet, especially in the developing countries of the world. The reason is very simple. Unless women strongly believe that they are equal to men and in no way inferior to them, their emancipation is not possible.



Crime vs punishment

There should be a international law to reduce crime and to do so there must be equal punishment for the same crime and age must not come in between.

What is this?

World might have come a long way to be a progressive and people are trying hard to get accustomed to the modern ways of living yet there is a great level of discrepancy in the mind-sets of men.

It is true, most people judge women on some really weird grounds, which is not applicable to the men. And even if that means going to the extent of character assassination, they won’t think twice. Here are a few classic cases where people would think you are a loose character woman if you

If She Go to a Chemist shop to buy condoms:
Smoke and drink at parties:
Don’t get married at the right age:
Come home late:
Wear short clothes:
Love to do clubbing:
Prefer love marriage over arrange:
Hate your relatives:
Believe in modern ways of living:

Have a boyfriend or male friends:

Go out at night in a pub:

Ask a share for her father property:

Disobey any order by father or husband:

Many more can be add to this list.


Bad ideology make a person bad.

British prime Minister at the time of war on Iraq believes that the terrorist bombers who struck London in July were motivated by the same kind of hatred and fanaticism as terrorists in Kashmir and Afghanistan. In an Interview to the Hindustan times on 7.9.05 as he did not believe that terrorist violence was merely a response to foreign policy. His views on this is very clear as he elaborate terrorists will use the issue of Iraq, of Palestine, of Afghanistan, of Kashmir or Bosnia. They will use any issue to justify what they do. But actually, the fundamental point about their ideology is a hatred for anyone different from them.

Former British PM Tony Blair who will always be remembered as a man who took UK to war with Iraq along with US president George Bush now wants Britain to join hands with Russia in another war — that against radical Islam. He has asked the UK and the US to put aside their differences with Russia over Ukraine and “co-operate” to fight a new enemy in the form of radical Islam which he felt governments in Europe and America had become “curiously reluctant to acknowledge”.

Blair, who is now an active mitigator of peace in the Middle East, called the region including Pakistan or Iran “as a vast unfathomable mess with no end in sight and no one worthy of our support”. “An international programme to eradicate religious intolerance and prejudice from school systems and informal education systems and from organisations in civic society would have a huge galvanizing effect in making unacceptable what is currently ignored or tolerated”.  “Whatever our other differences, we should be prepared to reach out and cooperate with the East, and in particular, Russia and China. On this issue also, there is a complete identity of interest between East and West. China and Russia have exactly the same desire to defeat this ideology as do the USA and Europe. Here is a subject upon which all the principal nations of the G20 could come together, could agree to act, and could find common ground to common benefit.”

Blair said that Ukraine has served to push the Middle East to the inside pages, with the carnage of Syria featuring somewhat, but the chaos of Libya, whose government we intervened to change, hardly meriting a mention. However the Middle East matters. What is presently happening there, still represents the biggest threat to global security of the early 21st century.

Blair added, “The region, including the wider area outside its conventional boundary – Pakistan, Afghanistan to the east and North Africa to the west – is in turmoil with no end in sight to the upheaval and any number of potential outcomes from the mildly optimistic to catastrophe. At the root of the crisis lies a radicalized and politicized view of Islam, an ideology that distorts and warps Islam’s true message. The threat of this radical Islam is not abating. It is growing. It is spreading across the world. It is de-stabilizing communities and even nations”.

Blair said there were four reasons why the Middle East remains of central importance. First it is still where a large part of the world’s energy supplies are generated. Secondly, it is right on the doorstep of Europe. Third, in the centre of this maelstrom, is Israel. Its alliance with the USA, its partnership with leading countries of Europe, and the fact that it is a Western democracy, mean that its fate is never going to be a matter of indifference. “Finally and least obvious, is a reason we are curiously reluctant to admit, in part because the admission would throw up some very difficult policy choices. It is in the Middle East that the future of Islam will be decided. Wherever you look – from Iraq to Libya to Egypt to Yemen to Lebanon to Syria and then further afield to Iran, Pakistan and Afghanistan – this is the essential battle”.

In the last 50 years, there has been a steady stream of funding, proselytizing, organizing and promulgating coming out of the ME, pushing views of religion that are narrow minded and dangerous.

“The Muslim population in Europe is now over 40 million and growing. The Muslim Brotherhood and other organisations are increasingly active and they operate without much investigation or constraint.

“In Syria, we call for the regime to change, we encourage the Opposition to rise up, but then when Iran activates Hezbollah on the side of Assad, we refrain even from air intervention to give the Opposition a chance. The result is a country in disintegration, millions displaced, a death toll approximating that of Iraq, with no end in sight and huge risks to regional stability. Then there has been the so-called Arab Spring. At first we jumped in to offer our support to those on the street. We are now bemused and bewildered that it hasn’t turned out quite how we expected”.

Women Virginity!

Don’t use any special designated abusive language against any woman! Then all problems will be solved.

A women is a mother, a sister, a daughter, a wife, whatever may be her profession  this is someone who has kept you in her body for nine months but never complained for any pain, but smiled on every pain, this is someone who fed you when you could not move properly, she took care of you when you needed the most, did not let any harm to come towards you, a women in any shape has only given love, which is sacred and should be respected, and in return the women should be protected.  Never use bad languages for women. Look to her with respect please after all you also have a mother at least. She no needs to cover except modest way. Those who are in bad mind or evils must learn to respect her and keep away about their affairs. They are human enough to stand by themselves. Creator has given more too female than men. Every child irrespective of sex is a creation of nature, whatever defame is for her in the society is the man maid, no body come from sky to make rule to rule exclusively the women only. In Bengal Guruchan Thakur( Founder of Matua religion)  said Ek Nari then Brahmachari, all other women must be treat as your mother so all evil eyes will die on that moment. He has many Muslim disciples also.

The strategy should be developed by the tourism ministry in conjunction with the ministries of home affairs, external affairs and I&B. This includes ensuring speedy trials, sensitization of stakeholders especially state government and law and order apparatus and evolving a strategy to tackle the negative publicity.

Loyalty is the need of the hour not the virginity. Mostly man who is first timer can’t hold so much of time to go up to check the virginity of a woman. No first timer man can do it successfully even little experience one but only much experiences man can check it. Inexperience man will fall instantly if he has not any past experiences; woman should know it as they are not 12-15 years old married one, now 25-30-35 year’s old women’s virginity search is a curse. If so they want that then they should go for 13 years or less. Even now a day 13 years is also playing the fun with seniors, you can go to any park in big cities and in villages they get those experiences on the fields etc. So these topics have no value. Everyone thinks his wife/sisters is ………..but others also think so. Best keep it under the carpet we are now free at least don’t waste your time to search it. Her heart is valuable than her virginity.

Epidemic and its medicine

UNFINISHED BUSINESS by Margarat Thatcher,Ex PM of Britain.

The events of September 11 are a terrible reminder that freedom demands eternal vigilance. And for too long we have not been vigilant. We have harboured those who hated us, tolerated those who threatened us and indulged those who weakened us.  ‘Methinks I see in my mind a noble and puissant nation rousing herself like a strong man after sleep, and shaking her invincible locks.’ Milton’s words perfectly describe America today. After the horror of September 11 the world has seen America gather its strength, summon its allies and proceed to wage war halfway across the globe against its enemy — and ours.

America will never be the same again. It has proved to itself and to others that it is in truth (not just in name) the only global superpower, indeed a power that enjoys a level of superiority over its actual or potential rivals unmatched by any other nation in modern times. Consequently, the world outside America should never be the same either. There will, of course, arise new threats from new directions. But as long as America works to maintain its technological lead, there is no reason why any challenge to American dominance should succeed. And that in turn will help ensure stability and peace.

Yet, as President Bush has reminded Americans, there is no room for complacency. America and its allies, indeed the western world and its values, are still under deadly threat. That threat must be eliminated, and now is the time to act vigorously.

In many respects the challenge of Islamic terror is unique, hence the difficulty western intelligence services encountered trying to predict and prevent its onslaughts. The enemy is not, of course, a religion — most Muslims deplore what has occurred. Nor is it a single State, though this form of terrorism needs the support of States to give it succour. Perhaps the best parallel is with early communism. Islamic extremism today, like bolshevism in the past, is an armed doctrine. It is an aggressive ideology promoted by fanatical, well-armed devotees. And, like communism, it requires an all-embracing long-term strategy to defeat it.

The first phase of that strategy had to be a military assault on the enemy in Afghanistan, a phase that is now approaching its end. I believe that while the new interim government there deserves support, the United States is right not to allow itself to become bogged down with ambitious nation-building in that treacherous territory. Some would disagree, arguing that the lesson of the present crisis is that neglect of failed States causes terrorism. But this is trite. It implies a level of global interventionism that almost everyone recognizes is quite impractical.


The more important lesson is that the West failed to act early and strongly enough against Al-Qaeda and the regime that harboured it. And because there is always a choice in where you concentrate international efforts, it is best that the US, as the only global military superpower, deploy its energies militarily rather than on social work. Trying to promote civil society and democratic institutions in Afghanistan is best left to others — and since those ‘others’ now include the British, I only hope that we, too, are going to be realistic about what can (and cannot) be achieved.

The second phase of the war against terrorism should be to strike at other centres of Islamic terror that have taken root in Africa, Southeast Asia and elsewhere. This will require first-rate intelligence, shrewd diplomacy and a continued extensive military commitment. Our enemies have had years to entrench themselves, and they will not be dislodged without fierce and bloody resistance.

The third phase is to deal with those hostile States that support terrorism and seek to acquire or trade in weapons of mass destruction. We have got into the habit of calling them ‘rogue’ States. There is nothing wrong with that, as long as we don’t fall into the trap of imagining that they will always and on every issue fit into the same slot.

For example, Iran and Syria were both sharply critical of Osama bin Laden, the Taliban and the attacks of September 11. Nevertheless, they are both enemies of western values and interests. Both have energetically backed terrorism: the former has just been caught out dispatching arms to foment violence against Israel. Iran is also making strides toward developing long-range missiles that could be armed with nuclear warheads.

Other critics of September 11 are a menace, too. Libya, for example, still hates the West and would dearly like revenge against us. And Sudan undertakes genocide against its own citizens in the name of Islam. As for North Korea, the regime of Kim Jong is as mad as ever and is the world’s main proliferated of long-range ballistic missiles that can deliver nuclear, chemical or biological warheads.

The most notorious rogue is, without doubt, Saddam Hussein — proof if ever we needed it that yesterday’s unfinished business becomes tomorrow’s headache. Saddam Hussein will never comply with the conditions we demand of him. His aim is, in fact, quite clear: to develop weapons of mass destruction so as to challenge us with impunity.


How and when, not whether, to remove him is the only important questions. Again, solving this problem will demand the best available intelligence. It will require, as in Afghanistan, the mobilization of internal resistance. It will probably also involve a massive use of force. America’s allies, above all Britain, should extend strong support to President Bush in the decisions he makes on Iraq.

As a result, we remain, for example, all but defenceless against ballistic missiles that could be launched against our cities. A missile defence system will begin to change that. But change must go deeper still.

The West, as a whole needs to strengthen its resolve against rogue regimes and upgrade its defences. The good news is that America has a president who can offer the leadership necessary to do so. The writer is a former Prime Minister of Britain (The Guardian).

This is a clear message to the people who want to enjoy the western style of life in the one hand and on the other hand they are the critics of that system. There is a trend which must be change whether it is in the name of religion, culture or anything else. You should accept the culture where you desire to stay otherwise it is clear cheating to the society where you live.



Charity begins at home. God help those who help themselves. This are saying as we all know. But this question of charity have a limit because people have a limited resources. On the other way we can say that everything have a limit. President Nixon once says that

B’desh is a bottomless basket. What was the reason? If the people marry at the age of 15 and start to produce children more than a dozen and again they arrange their children’s marriage at the same age of 15 years and start to produce the same numbers  of children then how can any charity help them to improve?