Friday, August 5, 2011
Today if there is any news that is making headlines all over the media, then it is about Congress president Sonia Gandhi who successfully underwent a surgery and is presently in the intensive care unit of a hospital. A statement issued by Congress general secretary Janardan Dwivedi says that Gandhi, 64, underwent a surgery on August 4. The surgeon has indicated that the surgery went successfully. However, his statement did not reveal anything about the reason for the surgery and where it took place. Sonia Gandhi is accompanied by her son and party general secretary Rahul Gandhi and also Priyanka Gandhi Vadra. Priyanka's husband Robert Vadra is also with them. I agree that this is a very personal matter pertaining to her health and medical treatment. Her family members request that Sonia’s privacy should be respected and people should not be so inquisitive to know about her whereabouts. Although, to some extent their request is justified; but since Sonia Gandhi is India’s daughter in law, its citizens are worried and would be restless until they don’t know exactly what happened to her. In India, Sonia is one of the VVIPs and hence the fact that that she is hospitalized and the entire nation is still unaware of the problem she is facing comes as a surprise. One thing which is not understood is that why big personalities opts foreign country for surgery and not India? Don’t they trust Indian doctors and hospitals for treatment? Or they are scared of their privacy?
Not only the nature of the surgery, even Sonia's itinerary, including the duration and place of stay (surgery) is being kept under wraps on the advice of the special protection group (SPG) mandated for her security. Before leaving she has deputed a group comprising Rahul, senior party leaders AK Antony, Ahmed Patel and Dwivedi to manage party affairs in her absence. More over if this matter was suppose to be kept under secrecy then they wouldn’t have even disclosed where and why she has gone. No one knows if she has really undergone a surgery or not. Giving only half story and keeping things so secret is making her fans the people of India who love her immensely under inquisitive situations.
Anyways, let me unveil the secret to all of you. She has undergone Cervical Cancer Surgery at Sloan Kettering Cancer Memorial hospital in New York. This is been declared by Dr. Nori Datthatreyudu on some website called “hello ap”. The site also stated that the Indian National Congress Party President, Smt. Sonia Gandhi on Thursday underwent surgery in a United States hospital. The details of the ailment have to be confirmed. Sloan Kettering Hospital is known as one of the best hospitals for treatment of cancer patients in the world. This development will keep Sonia Gandhi out of the country for a month.
The unconfirmed reports say that Dr. Nori Datthathreyudu has performed surgery to Sonia Gandhi. Dr. Nori Datthathreyudu belongs to Andhra Pradesh and studied his MBBS from Kurnool Medical College. Dr. Nori is a world famous medical expert in treating cancer, particularly cervical cancer patients. Sonia Gandhi has been to abroad these days, much frequently than she used to be in the recent past. Sonia Gandhi was also treated at the Ganga Ram Hospital in New Delhi. She has been even a patient of chronic asthma for so many years. Meanwhile, the health condition of Sonia Gandhi has hit the Congress Party activities across the country.
Political pandits believe that the stage is all set for her son to take over the charge of the Congress Party with his inclusion in the four member group. It is also to be noted that Party’s stalwart; Pranab Mukherjee and Digvijay Singh were not part of the highest decision making group of the Congress Party, at least till Sonia Gandhi returns to India. No one knows what made Sonia take such decision. And on what grounds these four members are decided? The inside sources says this decision was taken quite secretly and news about her surgery was made public because of parliamentary sessions, her absence would have created a news. So to clear the air about her absence the primary news was made public.
In a rare interview year 1985, Sonia told one Indian Magazine that she don’t like being in limelight. It is not something extraordinary. It is just her habit. The daughter of a Turin builder, Gandhi has become the torchbearer for the Gandhi-Nehru family, one of the longest lasting political dynasties in the world, ruling India for much of its independent history since 1947. Widow of one slain prime minister and daughter-in-law of another, she governs India in an unlikely partnership with the economist Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, the man she handpicked to lead after reviving her party's flagging fortunes in 2004. Few would have predicted such a destiny for her when she married into India's first family in the late 1960s.
Being an Italian, she never hesitated to adopt Indian ways as her life style. It’s difficult of an average working Indian woman to wrap around Saree 24/7 and make easy moves in public, but Sonia managed it carry well you will find her in typical Indian cotton khadi saree, very well covered and carried. She became icon of her way of wearing saree and silently challenged all so called modern woman. As the wife of Rajiv Gandhi, she shied away from the limelight and focused her energies on being a good Indian housewife, although she did campaign for the Gandhi family, handing out blankets and medicines on the stump in villages. She was thrust into the thick of the country's dog-eat-dog politics after Rajiv's assassination at the hands of Tamil Tiger suicide bomber in 1991, but at first refused to accept entreaties from supporters to take over the reins. Such is her influence that Forbes magazine ranked her the world's 9th most powerful person.
Monday, August 1, 2011
For all my dear Kid friends
Every day I get minimum 15 inquiries about how to become Hacker, how to learn hacking and for that what should be done, where should search for content, and how should they go about it. Open source is available but finding exact content for beginners is little difficult because, they want to get in to the inexperienced zone without any basic knowledge. They are simply fascinated by hackers and want to be one like them.
I have gathered the required basic content from Google search engine, compiled it for you in sequence, and giving you the link below. Read it and try to understand the basics, after that if you have any query just ping me, whatever I have learned so far, let me share it with you, if I lack somewhere then we will learn it together and share the same with other too.
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All the best..
Sunday, July 31, 2011
The Slutwalk in the capital was to send out a strong message to the abusers and it was equally supported by men. People don't even think it's an issue, especially boys. They believe it's the birth right to stare; they don't know staring for more than 36 seconds is punishable. Face book is an encyclopedia of slangs. If you go to HMG wall, you will find series of slangs and outraging statements. No one says no to anyone rather reacts more aggressively with strong abusive words. ‘Fuck you’ seems to be a very small word for the facebook users and that is the reason why we find them using it very often. But, those whoever uses this kind of adjectives for girls, should place their mother and sister or wife in front of them and repeat the slang. Only then they will understand how much pleasure they get using such dirty words. The reason for such bad behaviour is either they have weak minds or suffer from poor upbringing.
I still remember Protima Bedi's nude run on the Juhu beach in Mumbai that spawned a legion of young admirers along with a bunch of raised eyebrows. Many thought this was the best way to get attention in the public space. As we all wear clothes, nudity could attract a lot of attention. Protima Bedi had done streaking in Mumbai, which had created a lot of hue and cry in 1970s. It was her message for perverted sect of the society. Covered woman is tripped off for satisfying ego, abused and tarnished by male chauvinists then she can even bare to be nude. What if everywoman sheds the inhabitations and face the odd? When she shed her clothing and streaked across Juhu beach, onlookers merely smiled.
Well, Persis Khambatta shaved her head and passed message don’t frame woman is certain parameters of looking beautiful. She shaved her head and then went on a man hunt? Nina Gupta, unmarried mother dared to conceive a child out of wed locks and passed a message that motherhood does not require any bonds and props; woman alone is capable of taking care of the child. Britney Spears and Madonna's French kiss while performing at the 2005 MTV Awards created quite a furor. But they gave message to love and live, and that man is not the only option. However, radical religious leaders have always attacked over such incidences, but they never made any special efforts to stop violence against women.
Deepa Mehta’s fire again was with a strong message to those men who wants women as show piece in their life. We had a myth that lesbianism did not exist in Hindu families. But "Fire," gave an insight to this issue. Why does the story revolve around a Hindu family? Why has the filmmaker named the main characters Sita and Radha? The reason, even Hindu family’s conservative woman has her own desires and it’s high time if man tries to suppress them, then they have better options. Hindu fundamentalists have always attacked theatres over these issues but things are moving towards betterment.
The Delhi chapter was supposed to be the first of its lot in India, but Bhopal took out its own version on July 17th. But when Delhi finally took the show to the road after months of speculation, the ‘SlutWalk’ was rather impressive. SlutWalk or Besharmi Morcha as the India chapter choose to call it – had intense media coverage and ample police protection. The morning papers announced the tentative route but participants were also told mildly that a ‘walk’ would not be allowed since the police feared for the safety of the participants. The India chapter of SlutWalk that was supposed to kick off in Delhi - finally took to the streets on a sunny morning. Despite the sun and the humidity, an impressive crowd gathered at Jantar Mantar at 10:30 waiting for the action to begin. Students with their teachers, parents, friends, media personnel, performers, volunteers and heavy security amidst a million cameras made it look like the biggest thing on a Sunday morning. No one seemed to mind the discomfort of the crowds or the innumerable camera wires all over the place. The fact that there were so many men participated was quite interesting; they carried posters condemning the sex crimes, the sexism and the indifference. The march kicked off with bright neon posters declaring – "Ladki tere baap ki jagiir nahin"; "Believe it or not, my short skirt has nothing to do with you!"; "Mujhe bus mein safar karna hai, english wala suffer nahin"…and more. "Enough" was the most pertinent slogan on everyone’s mind. The sexual harassment, the derogatory comments, the insults need to stop and Delhi was serious. The huge group of enthusiasts took a quite walk around the block to return to the site where the march started. As the crowds grew, the Delhi Drum Circle took up the rhythm and set things in motion. Amidst cheers and drum beats – the slogans were shouted out loud- "Besharam kaun? Teri aage teri soch!"
The people gathered there were vocal about the fact that they did not support harassment of any sort and that it was time to take matters in their own hands. Social activist and Actor, Nafisa Ali, was the only celebrity present at the march. She pointed out that every day was a struggle for the woman and this had to stop, and thus she supported the movement strongly. The theatre group Asmeeta took the centre stage for their street play and the crowds cheered on. They brought out the troubles women faced everyday – while traveling, on the streets; from sexually derogatory comments to sinister matters of rape, acid and razor attacks. It was not only about what was being said to the women – but also what was being done to them. Age, sex, nationality aside, the huge group of people who got together on the Sunday morning had one clear agenda in mind – stop harassing women. Some posters declared – "Gentlemen don’t get provoked, sexual offenders don’t need provocation." And hopefully the message would make it all clear. Slutwalk has become a revolution across the world.
Even as older Indians and the right-wing Hindu groups condemned the march, more than 100 protesters shouted angry slogans, enacted street plays and carried placards saying “I Have Nothing To Be Ashamed of,” “Stop Staring” and “Walk of No Shame.” In India, protesters were not skimpily clad as many were in walks in other cities.
The SlutWalk was started in Toronto earlier this year after a police officer said "women should avoid dressing like sluts" to avoid being victimized by sexual predators. But many objected to the officer's statement, saying the victims are not to be blamed for their assault, regardless of dress. Sexual assault survivors are never at fault, it is the fault of the rapist, not of the victim. Since the SlutWalk in India, men and women around the world have taken the officer's derogatory statement and used it as a word of empowerment. It's a word that we need to take back. It's a word that we need to reclaim, because it's not something that somebody can tell you to make you feel bad about yourself anymore.