it seems girls and women are not secure at their homes also. Two days before, this shameful incident was reported in Kerala :( :( :angry: :angry:
am really angry......everyday, such news are appearing in newspapers. everyday we are talking about security of girls and women at public and working places. But are they safe at their homes?
http://www.indianexpress.com/news/raped-by-father-brother-uncle-kerala-girl-to-court/1037621/

Meera sandhu
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  • Re: Are girls secure at homes?

    by » 7 years ago


    it seems girls and women are not secure at their homes also. Two days before, this shameful incident was reported in Kerala :( :( :angry: :angry:
    am really angry......everyday, such news are appearing in newspapers. everyday we are talking about security of girls and women at public and working places. But are they safe at their homes?
    http://www.indianexpress.com/news/raped-by-father-brother-uncle-kerala-girl-to-court/1037621/


    It is a nice and much needed thread at present. Security of girls is a big question mark. I have already started a thread ' martial arts need to be taught in schools. Most of us expressed that it is good for girls security.

    Born to express, not to impress.
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  • Re: Are girls secure at homes?

    by » 7 years ago


    it seems girls and women are not secure at their homes also. Two days before, this shameful incident was reported in Kerala :( :( :angry: :angry:
    am really angry......everyday, such news are appearing in newspapers. everyday we are talking about security of girls and women at public and working places. But are they safe at their homes?
    http://www.indianexpress.com/news/raped-by-father-brother-uncle-kerala-girl-to-court/1037621/


    It is a nice and much needed thread at present. Security of girls is a big question mark. I have already started a thread ' martial arts need to be taught in schools. Most of us expressed that it is good for girls security.


    This is a serious matter. who will arrange martial arts. when the guardians and family are inimical, who is there to support. Such news is very disgusting. This gives a feeling that the world is not worth living.

    G. K. Ajmani Tax consultant
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    Thank you said by: Sandhya Rani

  • Re: Are girls secure at homes?

    by » 7 years ago


    It is not only happening in Kerala but every part of our country. Illiteracy is the main cause behind it. Only books education is not enough but moral education and social education are also important to stop this.

    www.mobileeduhut.blogspot.in

    Thank you said by: Sandhya Rani

  • Re: Are girls secure at homes?

    by » 7 years ago


    yes.....
    in most cases, it's happening among uneducated lower caste people...yet am really really shocked seeing another face of man

    Meera sandhu

  • Re: Are girls secure at homes?

    by » 7 years ago


    yes.....
    in most cases, it's happening among uneducated lower caste people...yet am really really shocked seeing another face of man

    Not only uneducated many educated persons do so. So I am saying about moral and social education which are not taught now.

    www.mobileeduhut.blogspot.in

  • Re: Are girls secure at homes?

    by » 7 years ago


    it seems girls and women are not secure at their homes also. Two days before, this shameful incident was reported in Kerala :( :( :angry: :angry:
    am really angry......everyday, such news are appearing in newspapers. everyday we are talking about security of girls and women at public and working places. But are they safe at their homes?
    http://www.indianexpress.com/news/raped-by-father-brother-uncle-kerala-girl-to-court/1037621/


    It is very sad to know that we listen to the news from Kerala (God's own country) related to security of girls and women. Kerala is the state with 100% literacy.

    Born to express, not to impress.
    http://royalrobsideas.blogspot.in/

  • Re: Are girls secure at homes?

    by » 7 years ago


    it seems girls and women are not secure at their homes also. Two days before, this shameful incident was reported in Kerala :( :( :angry: :angry:
    am really angry......everyday, such news are appearing in newspapers. everyday we are talking about security of girls and women at public and working places. But are they safe at their homes?
    http://www.indianexpress.com/news/raped-by-father-brother-uncle-kerala-girl-to-court/1037621/


    It is very sad to know that we listen to the news from Kerala (God's own country) related to security of girls and women. Kerala is the state with 100% literacy.

    it may be because they are over-literate :evil: :evil: :evil:

    i think, such cases are happening everywhere, but nowadays people are daring to say it aloud. that's the difference

    Meera sandhu

  • Re: Are girls secure at homes?

    by » 7 years ago


    it seems girls and women are not secure at their homes also. Two days before, this shameful incident was reported in Kerala :( :( :angry: :angry:
    am really angry......everyday, such news are appearing in newspapers. everyday we are talking about security of girls and women at public and working places. But are they safe at their homes?
    http://www.indianexpress.com/news/raped-by-father-brother-uncle-kerala-girl-to-court/1037621/


    It is very sad to know that we listen to the news from Kerala (God's own country) related to security of girls and women. Kerala is the state with 100% literacy.

    it may be because they are over-literate :evil: :evil: :evil:

    i think, such cases are happening everywhere, but nowadays people are daring to say it aloud. that's the difference

    Quarrel is another thing, it increase the bonding for sometimes but the question of insecure is different.

    www.mobileeduhut.blogspot.in

  • Re: Are girls secure at homes?

    by » 7 years ago


    it seems girls and women are not secure at their homes also. Two days before, this shameful incident was reported in Kerala :( :( :angry: :angry:
    am really angry......everyday, such news are appearing in newspapers. everyday we are talking about security of girls and women at public and working places. But are they safe at their homes?
    http://www.indianexpress.com/news/raped-by-father-brother-uncle-kerala-girl-to-court/1037621/


    It is very sad to know that we listen to the news from Kerala (God's own country) related to security of girls and women. Kerala is the state with 100% literacy.

    it may be because they are over-literate :evil: :evil: :evil:

    i think, such cases are happening everywhere, but nowadays people are daring to say it aloud. that's the difference

    Quarrel is another thing, it increase the bonding for sometimes but the question of insecure is different.


    parents are everything to kids.
    when kids are born, the real responsibilities of parents have also born. kids believe their parents most more than anything.....then how can they do such things to their kids?
    a few years back, I was deeply hurt reading a news in newspaper.
    a son who was around 30 raped his own mother. It happened in Kerala. Court punished him with 7 years. but can any punishment in this world wash away that sin?
    a few days back, I read a magazine about present kids and mobile technology...
    a boy below 12 was caught for trying to take mobile photos while his mother was changing clothes....
    this news also hurt me a lot

    Meera sandhu

  • Re: Are girls secure at homes?

    by » 7 years ago


    it seems girls and women are not secure at their homes also. Two days before, this shameful incident was reported in Kerala :( :( :angry: :angry:
    am really angry......everyday, such news are appearing in newspapers. everyday we are talking about security of girls and women at public and working places. But are they safe at their homes?
    http://www.indianexpress.com/news/raped-by-father-brother-uncle-kerala-girl-to-court/1037621/


    Girls are safe and will be safe. All depends on the girl. My 2 girls left their homes at an early age for states. Now they are leading blissful married lives in an altogether a different country sans fear and worries.

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