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61  General Category / The Newsroom / Re: Pune IAS officer held for ‘rape’ of four minors on: March 23, 2015, 02:03:40 AM
Indians Stay away from IAS OFFICERS....keep your ..daughters....mothers ....wife's safe.....They are protected species by the Government....


Abusers are often respected members of the community who are in a position of trust.

Every reason not to trust them
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62  General Category / General Discussion / Re: Violence Against Women in Northern Europe on: March 22, 2015, 06:55:47 PM

My conclusions are!!
1) Status of women in western countries is far better than any other country in the world!

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You are right. They have freedom to move as they wish, when they wish. Its illegal for someone else (a husband or mother/father etc) to try to control or manipulate them in order to force them to behave as they would wish, or prevent them from going out, having a relationship, going abroad or leaving home

They have the rights over their own bodies and freedom to get an abortion or have access to contraception without "a guardians permission". They aren't forcibly confined to their homes and can choose to see whom they want, as well as work where/when they want IF they want

The sexes are free to mingle without restrictions placed upon them due to religion   clap
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63  General Category / General Discussion / Re: Violence Against Women in Northern Europe on: March 22, 2015, 06:51:54 PM
How can it be equal? Status of women  in India is never equal to their counter parts in your countries!! but that is not a subject of boasting!
More the freedom enjoyed by women more they are subjected to cruel violence!!
Classic example, Scandinavian countries!!



Why cant the status of women in India be the same as men? Just because it hasn't been so far, that dosent mean it cant change.

Are women in India not subjected to "cruel violence"?
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64  General Category / General Discussion / Re: Violence Against Women in Northern Europe on: March 22, 2015, 06:46:47 PM


Women also should not misuse their status
   
Meaning?

and men?
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65  General Category / The Newsroom / Re: ‘United Kingdom’s Daughters’ shows rape is not just an Indian problem! on: March 21, 2015, 06:36:29 PM
  EU to  tighten laws governing immigration.

They are
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66  General Category / The Newsroom / Re: ‘United Kingdom’s Daughters’ shows rape is not just an Indian problem! on: March 21, 2015, 05:25:12 PM


Our biggest mistake is (or maybe that of the european union) that we have to be "politically correct" . EU is supporting minorities (by granting them special rights and so allowing them a special status) instead of supporting their own countries.



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67  General Category / The Newsroom / Re: Pune IAS officer held for ‘rape’ of four minors on: March 21, 2015, 05:20:02 PM
As of now, we know of only four victims. We are recording the statement of each girl. He has also been booked under the Protection of Children from Sexual Offences Act,” confirmed DCP Sudhakar Pathare.

Full story:-
http://indianexpress.com/article/india/india-others/pune-ias-officer-held-for-rape-of-four-minors/
Only four victims?

That's four too many lives affected
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68  General Category / The Newsroom / Re: Pune IAS officer held for ‘rape’ of four minors on: March 21, 2015, 05:17:36 PM
should be dismissed from service immediately! Angry Angry Angry
You mean jailed, for the safety of other children
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69  General Category / General Discussion / Re: Violence Against Women in Northern Europe on: March 21, 2015, 04:44:25 PM
Violence Against Women in Northern Europe

Scandinavia is supposed to be a progressive place —with stable democracies, impressive wealth, great health care and environmental awareness. But there’s a problem lurking under its shiny surface.

As if torn from the pages of a Stieg Larsson thriller, these countries — all of which rank in the top 10 worldwide in terms of the smallest gender gap — conceal a disturbing reality: Violence against women is rife.



Over half of Danish women, 52 percent, have experienced physical or sexual violence, with Finnish and Swedish women trailing at 47 percent and 46 percent respectively, according to a recent study by the European Fundamental Rights Agency (FRA). The European average, by way of comparison, is 33 percent, and in the U.K., it’s 44 percent.

Globally, one-third of partnered women have suffered physical and/or sexual violence by an intimate partner, and 7.2 percent have experienced sexual violence from a non-partner.

Over half of Danish women have experienced physical or sexual violence.

Despite stereotypes depicting Eastern and Southern European countries as having “macho” cultures, the European country with the lowest reported violence against women is Poland, with 19 percent. In fact, since 2005, Poland has had a dedicated Law on Domestic Violence and a nationwide program to increase awareness and provide support for abuse victims.

The fact that the forward-thinking Nordic countries have such high rates of violence against women seems counterintuitive, but here are some possible explanations.


(BBC news) Stats can be misleading for Sweden as people go to the police more to report and due to their reporting guidelines. Eg: If a woman was raped by her husband for one year...That is 365 rapes.
"Each act of violence must be reported separately" Klara Selin National Institute for the prevention of crime-Stockholm www.bbcnews.co.uk/news/magazine-19592372


another explanation from the International Policy Council: www.gatestoneinstitute.org/5195/sweden-rape
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70  General Category / The Newsroom / Re: ‘United Kingdom’s Daughters’ shows rape is not just an Indian problem! on: March 21, 2015, 03:21:51 PM

Any way, Wonder list is a true list! with 6 of the most liberal&advanced countries form the majority!

Yes Wonderslist...a blog started by a true Muslim Mr Ejaz Khan from Pakistan in 2012, who has just 2400 followers in the world on his Facebook page.

Of course the U.S will be the No 1 spot....naturally!

Naturally his figures don't correspond with other lists and his stats have been questioned as dubious.

The countries on wonderlist have changed drastically from official info from the International Policy Council in 2012 where the U.S was much further down the list!

The United Nations list from 2012 is here:
www.gatestoneinstitute.org/5195/sweden-rape

Note also there are no figures for Islamic countries...Which must be because they either don't report rape? OR Because they don't class certain assaults as crimes or release any figures which other countries do. Pakistan: Women are gang raped there and raped as punishments for crimes men commit, Pakistan is also on the most dangerous country for women list...
Those countries don't have zero abuse of women like they want the world to believe. If you wish to believe that countries such as Pakistan and Afghanistan are safer for women than the UK, the US, or Germany, then more fool you  lol

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