Monday, May 01, 2017

Partha sadhu khan

Originally posted on Save Bengali Family: Textbooks are being used by feminist for Feminist propaganda among students in India. The National Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT) was established in 1961, which was set up by the Government of India, with headquarters located at Sri Aurbindo Marg in New Delhi, to assist and advise…
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It may sound ridiculous but the flyover collapse in Kolkata may be a part of a global conspiracy. Apparently Nigerian prophet TB Josuha had forecast about this bridge collapse in India near a river. Kolkata, the eastern city in India is situated near the banks of river Ganga. What is even more surprising is that […]
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The viral video of a Delhi cop (Mr. Salim) in Delhi metro “allegedly” in a drunken condition is proved to be otherwise now. He suffered a stroke on that day and was having a blackout. So he was having trouble locating the gate and keeping his balance in the train and he fell down (details […]
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[Dear readers, I apologize for publishing this cheap and nasty story that has recently gone viral on the web. But when I am working on educating men, I had very little choice to make] A recent internet story that went viral on social media was about a woman carrying her poop while on date. The […]
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জেনানা by বর্ষালি চ্যাটার্জ্জী Why do some men live the life of women? You might have seen them asking money from passengers in express trains or from car drivers at busy intersections in our cities. You might have also seen them extorting money from new fathers and their families. They are all men with different […]
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When Maneka Gandhi recently commented that “Marital Rape can’t be suitably applied in the context of India” many could not understand that she actually wanted to start the marital rape debate afresh (on the eve of pending Marital Rape PIL in Supreme Court) rather than stating her unwillingness to make another criminal provision against marital […]
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