I Come From The Land of Rapists

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FUCK ! I feel humiliated to be a  man. And to add to it makes me feel more humiliated when I say I come from  the land of Rapists. I just got over reading a news piece stating how a girl was raped and left naked  on streets of Delhi, along with her male friend, who also was beaten and left naked on road. It is indeed ironical that our well owned red light district of Delhi; GB road has not been able to satisfy the needs of these animals. Maybe we now need a government authorized no question asked-and-no -money charged-brothels, just to see if we can bring the number of rapes that happen in this city. Especially, heart-tearing and brutal rapes like this one.
One thing a Delhite likes myself is habitual of  reading news about rape, eve-teasing, dowry-killing and yeah newly found fashionable thing ‘honor killing’. Somewhere deep down in our mind and soul we have accepted these things as part of life and part of our city. It has become like a casual event that takes place every fortnight, so we now do not give damn about it. But, when incidents like this one occurs, we as citizens of Delhi feel humiliated and shattered. I personally sometime think that I should rather stop my sisters and women friends to not to step out of home at any given time. May be turning into a male-chauvinist pig is only solution left for people like me to protect females close to me. Nor women will move out, nor there will be anymore rapes in our society.
This incident is an example that nobody and nowhere in Delhi you can feel safe !
The place where this incident took place [Mahipalpur Flyover] is the place I travel everyday at. When writing this I think that may be when this incident was taking place I was also somewhere there nearby. I may be have heard some noises and may have ignored it. I may have noticed something fishy  but, may have taken it very normally. And now I am ashamed of myself.
Because rapes have became so common in our city, I am ready to ignore this incident. But, the aftereffect is what hurts me more. I mean you rape a girl, and to add more to it, you guy use your already sickned brains and leave that girl naked. Just imagine NAKED on a street, almost midnight !
It is not a weird thing if I say that girl would have been raped even again. By another group of animals in the land of rapists. This has actually happened in past when a girl was raped, left on road and again raped by somebody else. SICK.

I am now reading on internet and found that one of the main accused of this rape has been arrested. Where the hell are other two?

I strongly recommend capital punishment for these animals. Let them have a death worse than anyone ever had.

And yes in the end all I do is Talk.Talk and Talk.

[I am writing this post in really hurry and on a mobile device. Any mistakes, please excuse and drop same in comment box 🙂 ]

Aditya Bhasin hails from India, Delhi-an avid reader, who enjoys his cup of tea over it, a racist in purest form as he hates chocolate and coffee. He does not like traveling much, but, if he gets an opportunity to travel he chooses to do that by a train instead of a car or a plane. He is an ambivert person and is happy that way.

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Reliance Airport Express Metro to be Shut Down

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I woke up with a bad news today. Yes, actually a bad news. Newspapers’ today read that Airport Express Metro will shut down for an indefinite period. For me this is a bad news. I am in love with Delhi Metro and Airport Express. For me both these ventures are matter of pride. As the news developed over the day it was said that Airport Express is having some civil issues and also financial difficulties.

I feel cheated on hearing this news, no; no I haven’t invested anything in this project- but still. I feel cheated because something that Delhi is proud of is going to be shut down. Since its inception Airport Express is in trouble and now the biggest fear is around the corner, after 16 months of its inauguration the metro is going to be shut down. There is no statement yet on when the operations would start again.

I am aware that Airport Express is having trouble in keeping the venture financially feasible, but, does that call for shutting of the operations so soon?  I mean look at Kingfisher airlines, they are into trouble for last 7 years. And still flying! I don’t know why a company like reliance is having so much trouble, apart from the civil issues which lies with DMRC.

In my opinion the first thing Airport Express should do is to bring down the fare. I understand, they are into premium service business, and they need to make enough money to at least manage daily expenses. But, heck man what is the point of being into business if there is no business at all. The numbers of times I’ve traveled in Airport Express made me notice few thing clearly:

1)     Extremely low frequency of trains;

2)     High fare;

3)     Low speed- sometime even lower than Delhi Metro;

4)     Staff at the places where there is no need at all;

5)     No use of advertising space.

My idea as a layman, who is NOT an MBA, but, has ability to analyze things to some extent is that the fare as a new project is very high. I understand somebody who is traveling from plane can surely afford Rs 80, but, not somebody who has to travel occasionally or may be daily to office or to some other place. Airport Express should bring down the fare at least 50% down and for no less than one year. The idea is to make people habitual of AE and then increase the fare in different phases.

There is an urgent need to increase the frequency of trains; most of the time when I traveled in AE I had to wait for almost 15-20 minutes.

The speed of this ‘express’ train is way too much slow. This factor is the utmost thing to look after.

I don’t know for what reasons they have marshals IN THE train. Sitting in AE coach is not rocket-science. We don’t need people to guide us how to sit in a metro coach; layoff of people here-save money.

AE has a major advertising space which is empty; especially those glass-doors on platform. Instead of renting out space on a heavy price-tag, Reliance should give out small spaces to small businesses instead of relying on big advertises.  This will help get more advertisers with more revenue possibilities.

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Aditya Bhasin hails fromIndia,Delhi-an avid reader, who enjoys his cup of tea over it, a racist in purest form as he hates chocolate and coffee. He does not like traveling much, but, if he gets an opportunity to travel he chooses to do that by a train instead of a car or a plane. He is an introvert person who is trying to be an extrovert by all possible means.

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BJP –a party of pessimist geniuses [MCD ELECTIONS 2012]

I grew up in a family which inherited hatred for BJP in me since the age of my understanding. Along with this enough spoon feeding was done to me to favor and support Congress. In an earlier post I accepted the above fact and blamed my family for same.

Today, in best of my understanding, I am writing about my ‘hatred’ for BJP. I know a lot of you would say that this is yet another post by yet another Congress patron. But take my words I have strong reasons to show my hatred towards BJP.

Take a look at the image below and try to analyze same:

Clicked from NBT Delhi

What were you able to understand? Drop that in comment box and by then read my interpretation:

1) Commonwealth Games scam;
2) Inflation.


Now, will somebody from BJP tell me how do these two things matter to MCD?

Was MCD involved in Commonwealth Games scam? If yes then for BJP’s information; they were in power.

Does inflation fall under MCD governance? If yes then for BJP’s information once again; they were in power.

And if I look at the other side of coin and say yes Congress was involved (Which, I know they were) even then how does it matter to MCD elections 2012?

If BJP is so curious to take up this thing; they should do that in upcoming general or Delhi legislative elections. (And I will support them)
While these elections BJP should take up the issue of Roads, sanitation, rain-water harvesting, parks, and other civic issues and not corruption. The pessimisms in BJP have been a strong ideology. While general elections of 2009, I wanted a change from Rubber-stamp PM; but when I looked at Manifesto of BJP; it only had one thing in it. Corruption, terrorism, scams. The manifesto had nothing- positive they said they will do. This was the reason, why I choose Congress even when I strongly opposed it. Every time LK Advani (the lame duck of BJP) went to speak something; all he talked was negative and pessimistic in approach. Not even once he said that I will do this thing good or say better than Congress.

All the time he was talking about corruption, terrorism held while UPA. Not a single world of optimism. SICK.

Even after so many defeats because of same-old-pessimistic-manifesto; I wonder why BJP is walking the same road. GROW UP; Mr. pessimistic

A few more tits-n-bits

1) I hate BJP;
2) I think Narender Modi is going a good job- no doubt;
3) BJP is party of fools;
4) Congress does have some number of intellectuals;
5) Manmohan singh is a good but not people around him;
6) I do not want Sonia or Rahul to be PM; which I know they cannot;
7) It’s the time LK Advani should retire and Gadkari should loose some weight
8) BJP is involved in saffron terrorisms;
9) Congress is ‘raping’ this country;
10) In these MCD elections; my vote is for FORM 17A.

In my opinion BJP is all set to face defeat.

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Aditya Bhasin

Aditya Bhasin a not-so-creative person is a student of English literature at University of Delhi. He was born and brought up in Delhi and choose never to move out. You will find him at eating places more than his college, exploring places more than staying at home and get in touch with him through social media rather than calling on his mobile phone. He aspires to write a novel. He also wish to be a successful media (communication) professional

First photo blog

Post a day 2011

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This is my first photo blog. I’m not a photographer, not even a time-pass photographer.These photos are clicked either by me for my friends. And with every photo I’m sharing my ideas and views.

This photo is from Shanker Market, CP,Delhi, India. This is the place me and my friends go often to have our meals. And here we found these two small children and thought to share a bite and a smile with them.

This photo was clicked in CP again. We were scaring people by wearing this mask.

The above photo does not have anything to speak. Its just a simple ‘TO KILL A MOCKING BIRD‘ photo.

A still from Purana Quila, New Delhi, India.

This was clicked from lake side at Purana Quila.

The path way has alot to say. The deep and dark secrets.

A cute child with his father on a Delhi street.

This tee talks about the ‘Attitude’ every Delhi University student carry with him or her.

A still of water glasses at one of my favourite eating place.

No better word than Yummy 🙂

A group of spectators and media person while an Anna Hazare event in New Delhi.

A photo modified by me.

He is one my friend and in this photo he is our ‘Fair Iago’.

A pamphlet to support Anna Hazze.

A still from Anna Hazzare campaign.

A still of Hamayun tomb in New Delhi, even Barack Obama visited here when he came to India.

My favourite pan wale uncle based in New Delhi.

A still from IHC, New Delhi.

A staircase going to some unknown section at Hamayun’s tomb in New Delhi.

This is one of my best photos. I still from book street in CP.

Again some food thing.

A still from Agersan ke bawai, a heritage place in CP, New Delhi.

Jai Hind.

Nothing more beautiful than colours.

The foodie side of me.

My all time favourite place to eat. A roadside Dhaba.

I admit. It was me who eat this all.

Delhi ‘n’ Mumbai

I Speak-Aditya Bhasin | 


I’m sitting in my office, talking to those dumb customers and next to me is sitting one of my colleague who is from Mumbai. She always talk bad about Delhi. She says Delhi isn’t a city to live and a lot of endless shit about Delhi.

I’m from Delhi and have been living in this city since I was born. I’m in love with this this city. I can’t think of going out and live In some other city then Delhi. And then she asked me to write about Mumbai people and this was what came out from my pen.

I have always felt that Mumbai people are too arrogant and stubborn in their attitude. And they continues to live their life in way that they’re the most superior citizens of this country. They go out of their city and carry’s their Mumbai attitude along, the attitude which is too negative in its origin.

About Delhi people, I can say that they are proud in their attitude and can’t take it if somebody questions there integrity. The reason why I don’t like Mumbai as a city is because of its not so good infrastructure. I have never been to Mumbai but who wants to visit a city or a country for that. All you need is an internet connection. Another reason why I hate Mumbai people is because of Raj Thakrey, for his continuous efforts to through north Indian people out of city.

We as Delhi people will never do such a thing. We will never ask anybody of any city or country to leave Delhi just because of some rubbish reasons.

We believe in equal opportunity.

Its simple.

“If you can do good…DO IT…”

We know we can do all the good and (bad) things and we don’t stop anybody to well either.

One thing that I like most about Mumbai is the sea link. I think it is the only infrastructural development ever happened in Mumbai.

One thing that I like most about Mumbai people is the attitude of walking all the time. Be it 26/11 or any other tragedy that has ever happened in Mumbai. The city never stops. They have a zeal to walk..walk..and walk. And I appreciate that and I like it. This attitude prevails in Delhi people also but not to the extent like in Mumbai people.

I have no issues with people coming to Delhi from Mumbai or any other state but only thing I don’t like is when these people come to Delhi and talk bad about this city.

The city..They choose to live in.

I mean if I ever go to Mumbai to earn my living, I will never talk bad about city. I will accept the city as part of my life.

So lastly. One message for Mumbai people.

Act well; otherwise we are Delhi people we know well how to screw things and people well.

And another thing “B.C.” is the new verb in city, so don’t force us to use it quite often on you.

*My intentions are not to hurt anybody’s personal believes. Nor I’m trying to be regional*