Friday, September 26, 2014

may be you do not know that world is infested with criminals too and parents have to guard you from ....

Son's are asked to behave by parents who r good but there r hoards of criminal parents and they breed criminal santan ( Satan) specially those who do not follow family planning and give birth and throw child in crime world. Knowing that there are such ppl around parents caution the girls

Thursday, May 15, 2014


क्या मुस्लिम महिलाएं तीन तलाक और बुरका से मुक्ति लेना चाहेंगी?

भवदीय:-
अयोध्या प्रसाद त्रिपाठी (सूचना सचिव)
आर्यावर्त सरकार,
७७ खेड़ा खुर्द, दिल्लीः ११० ०८२.
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On Mon, May 12, 2014 at 10:09 AM, Rajesh Patil patilrama@gmail.com[CaribbeanHindus] <CaribbeanHindus@yahoogroups.com> wrote:


Good News for Hindu Girls/Women who married Muslims –(plz Share this to all) 

In Islam, a Woman returning to earlier faith can end marriage if she likes:Delhi High Court

Abhinav Garg,TNN | May 12, 2014, 06.26 AM IST
NEW DELHI: Interpreting a 75-year-old law, Delhi high court has held thata non-Muslim woman who embraces Islam after marriage but reconverts to her original faith can dissolve the union due to apostasy.
Granting divorce under the 
Dissolution of Muslim Marriages Act 1939 to Sultana (name changed), a division bench of Justice S Ravindra Bhat andJustice Najmi Waziri also clarified there is no requirement in such circumstances for a woman who leaves the pale of Islam to prove her act in a trial. The mere act of apostasy dissolves the marriage if she so desires.
"Were a woman married under Muslim personal law to apostatize, the marriage stands dissolved. In such circumstances, the woman is entitled to seek a decree of declaration that the marriage stands dissolved from the date of her apostatizing," Justice Waziri explained.

The bench went into the circumstances under which the pre-Independence act was passed in 1939 to emphasize, if people come or are brought into Islam from a different religion, they should be permitted to go back for which there should be no bar.

The HC was hearing an appeal filed by the husband Asif (name changed) challenging the grant of divorce by a Saket family court to Sultana on her petition. Asif contested Sultana's reconversion back to Hinduism and alleged she did it under pressure from her parents. Asif also cited Section 4 of the Dissolution of Muslim Marriages Act to contend that it prohibits dissolution of marriage only on the ground of apostasy.

On her part, the estranged wife argued that 
for her reconversion to Hinduism no evidence is required to be led, as her mere statement 'ipso facto' amounts to abjuration of Islam and its tenets. She also filed an affidavit admitting to her apostasy along with two fatwas from two mufti. The wife also informed the court she had withdrawn complaint filed under Domestic Violence Act and another petition seeking maintenance. Now that she had apostatized, neither the marriage nor any right to claim maintenance subsisted.

The HC agreed with the trial court verdict and ruled that Section 4 has not altered the rule of Muslim personal law that apostasy dissolves a marriage. "In the opinion of this court, all that Section 4 has done is to introduce an intervening mechanism, but to reach the same conclusion, i.e., that apostasy would not by itself dissolve the marriage and some further substantive act would be required to be done in this regard; the substantive act being the filing of a suit seeking declaration as to dissolution," it observed. However, it rejected Asif's argument that Sultana would have to prove her apostasy.

Sunday, May 11, 2014

My comment on : 40-year-old man was arrested for selling sex toys

Delhi police is not able to arrest rapists, not able to stop many other crimes against women and  is after harmless sex toys operators. Rather self help and toys can be promoted like once govt agreed to promote 
condoms.
​ Best is teaching sanyam and keeping youth ​busy and occupied with elders instead of letting them loaf around in gangs looking for prey . And still in case one is frustrated then let him vent out thru self help or toys rather attacking a innocent victims. V daily hear that a small child to widow / elderly women getting harmed. The solution is somewhere and not only in harsh punishment. Punishment is a must but future prevention can be only with open and scientific mind. 


NEW DELHI:A 40-year-old man was arrested for selling sex toys from
​looking for poray​
 Delhi's 
Palika Bazar on Wednesday evening, police said. 

Gurbeer Singh, owner of shop number 32 at Palika Bazar, was arrested with 14 artificial sex toys shaped like the male organ, police said. 

"The toys were smuggled from Thailand and China and priced between Rs 500 and Rs 5,000," a police officer told IANS. 

Gurbeer Singh, resident of Tilak Nagar, was booked under section 292 (sale of obscene things) of the Indian Penal Code. 

Police said a hunt was on to nab his two associates.

Monday, April 28, 2014

एक औरत के सरल प्रश्न जो आपके दिल को छू लेगें

एक औरत के सरल प्रश्न जो आपके दिल को छू लेगें...

 
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देह मेरी ,
हल्दी तुम्हारे नाम की ।
हथेली मेरी ,
मेहंदी तुम्हारे नाम की ।
सिर मेरा ,
चुनरी तुम्हारे नाम की ।
मांग मेरी ,
सिन्दूर तुम्हारे नाम का ।
माथा मेरा ,
बिंदिया तुम्हारे नाम की ।
नाक मेरी ,
नथनी तुम्हारे नाम की ।
गला मेरा ,
मंगलसूत्र तुम्हारे नाम का ।
कलाई मेरी ,
चूड़ियाँ तुम्हारे नाम की ।
पाँव मेरे ,
महावर तुम्हारे नाम की ।
उंगलियाँ मेरी ,
बिछुए तुम्हारे नाम के ।
बड़ों की चरण-वंदना
मै करूँ ,
और 'सदा-सुहागन' का आशीष
तुम्हारे नाम का ।
और तो और -
करवाचौथ/बड़मावस के व्रत भी
तुम्हारे नाम के ।
यहाँ तक कि
कोख मेरी/ खून मेरा/ दूध मेरा,
और बच्चा ?
बच्चा तुम्हारे नाम का ।
घर के दरवाज़े पर लगी
'नेम-प्लेट' तुम्हारे नाम की ।
और तो और -
मेरे अपने नाम के सम्मुख
लिखा गोत्र भी मेरा नहीं,
तुम्हारे नाम का ।
सब कुछ तो
तुम्हारे नाम का... नम्रता से पूछती हूँ :
आखिर तुम्हारे पास...

Wednesday, March 19, 2014

9 things women need to do to stay fit

Many of us are aware but negligent of many things around us. Our
women folk tend to forget about themselves as they care for their
husbands and their families. If you are such a busy lady with a
hand full, here is a quick
checklist for you.
 
1. Do you exercise? You may work 12 hours a day doing all kinds of
chores from fixing children to managing husbands. But do you get
the recommended physical activity? At least 30 minutes of exercise
is a must for all which can include yoga, walking, weight lifting
or even hobbies like gardening. Exercise not only gives your more
energy but also promotes weight loss, avoid lifestyle diseases and
relaxes you!
 
2. Do you take enough calcium? It is women who are prone to
osteoporosis or brittle bones after a certain age. Anyone between
the age of 19-50 need 1000 mg of calcium and needs 1200 mg once
over 50. So do not hesitate to drink low fat milk and curd.
 
3. Did you check your thyroids recently? It is advisable to check
your thyroid levels every five years if you have no thyroid
disorders. If you have been diagnosed with any you need to check
them every 3 months.
 
4. When was the last time you weighed yourself? Weigh yourself once
a month at least and watch out for any steady decline or rise in
weight.
 
5. Do you sleep well? The quality and the quantity of sleep is very
important. Also learn that women need a little more of sleep than
men do.
 
6. Have you been ignoring your pains and discomforts? Not seeking
medical attention at the right time may prove harmful as they could
be symptoms of serious health problems.
 
7. It's time you became aware of what diseases runs in your family.
If two or more immediate family members suffer from the same
medical condition you risk it too.
 
8. If you are above 40 know that its time for yearly cancer
screening tests. So, do not procrastinate your breast examinations or
pap smears.
 
9. Cardiovascular disease is not men's monopoly alone. Women tend
to ignore their atypical symptoms by mistake. It is ideal to keep
track of your cholesterol levels and blood pressure after the age
of 30.
 
Stay healthy!
 
I would be happy to answer any other queries you might have.
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Wishing you good health,
 
Regards,
Puneet Aggarwal

Tuesday, February 11, 2014

house wife ........means maa, dharam patni, host, ....

Men can earn lot of money but without a responsible, loving ,caring house wife everything will be incomplete. House will look scattered, children will be not taken care-off properly ( which may result in drug to other addiction, poor health, wrong friends etc ) , seniors at home will not get care, and so on....housewife is a blessing which few get and money earning male or female can not give all that which housewife can.

Wednesday, January 22, 2014

India's first Women’s Bank to give loans up to Rs 1 crore without collateral

India's first Women’s Bank to give loans up to Rs 1 crore without collateral

Surabhi | New Delhi | Updated: Jan 21 2014, 13:11 IST
 
To promote women entrepreneurship, the country’s first Women’s Bank — the Bharatiya Mahila Bank (BMB) — has chosen to do away with collateral for loans availed by the fairer sex.

The BMB will provide collateral-free loans for amounts up to Rs 1 crore, which will instead be covered under the Credit Guarantee Fund Trust for Micro and Small Enterprises (CGTMSE).
For loans availed for smaller amounts such as Rs 20,000, the bank will completely waive off the requirement for collateral.
“Women are moderate risk takers. So the question of collateral should not really arise,” said Usha Ananthasubramanian, CMD, BMB. The issue of collateral also tends to discourage women from availing loans, she pointed out, since much of the immovable property tends to be in the name of the husband or father. The bank, which was set up in November last year, has begun to receive queries for its various credit schemes such as kitchen loan, loans to set up beauty parlours, day-care centres and catering units apart from plain vanilla products such as car and education loans.
The CGTMSE is a credit guarantee scheme, where a premium is paid either by the lender or the applicant, provides a guarantee cover for up to 80 per cent of loans availed by women owned or operated micro- and small enterprises.
The BMB, which has set up nine branches, plans to scale up operations and set up another 16 branches in various state capitals this fiscal. From 2014-15, it will expand to Tier II cities and smaller towns as well as unbanked areas.
As part of its expansion, it will recruit about 300 candidates over the next few months and is also looking at recruiting people who have left the banking industry but wish to return.
“We have a staff strength of about 150 officials right now, but they are on a three year deputation from other banks. The direct recruits will be trained to take their places when the tenure comes an end and also man the new branches,” said Ananthasubramanian. The BMB has already recruited about 110 such candidates through exams conducted by the Institute
The mature recruitments, which would include economists, agriculture specialists, marketing personnel, etc are likely to be appointed at a higher scale.