We Killed our Daughter [Aarushi Talwar Murder Case]


We all are aware of very-famous Aarushi Talwar and (Hemraj murder case), the reason why I put Hemraj muder case in bracket is because not many people care about how he was killed.What this world, CBI, I, you and court wants to know is that how and by whom she was killed and why she was killed.Also, was that murderer so clever that he was never caught or say was caught but was never sentenced because of lack of proof?

I am not going to get into what happened and how happened, you can always read the stuff on Wikipedia. What I am here to talk about is that when will the real culprit accept their guilt.

What everyone else is having a belief is my belief- The parents killed their daughter. Yes, Dr. Nupar and Rajesh Talwar killed their daughter and the domestic-help Hemraj.

I also believe that because authorities were not able prove them guilty they both will continue to live a life-of-freedom; until death. And it would be after their death the real-truth will come out. In this murder case, I believe, there are only three people who would know the truth; the couple and the lawyer.

Because there are hardly any proofs regarding anyone in this case, I believe they will live a free-life and will never be caught. But, when they die, the lawyer will speak the truth. There will be a book that would be published.

Name: We Killed Our Daughter;

Author: Dr Nupur & Rajesh Talwar;

Price: Rs 999

Copyright 2050

(Published by Dr Nupar & Rajesh Talwar’s lawer)

I even wonder if it is already decided between couple and lawer that the fees for lawer would be compensated by the sales and royalty of the book.The book will contain everything since last 6 months of Aarushi’s death and till the last few days of their life. In the book they will tell why they killed Aarushi, how they killed her and most important how did they managed to save themselves from been caught.

In my personal opinion, I am assuming an angle of honor-killing in this case. There is also no doubt that this book will be a hot-seller and I will be the first person to buy.

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Disclaimer: This post is solely personal opinion of Aditya Bhasin and is been written as an assumption. The subject matter is under hearing at Supreme Court of India, the author does not wish to influence any stakeholder’s views and perceptions. The readers are requested to make their own opinion. There is no proof yet that the Talwar couple was involved in dual-murder and that there is any kind of mutual understanding between couple and lawer regarding the fee.

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I come from the land of Kamasutra ( #AMS )


I do not know if I am supposed to title this post as I have done already. Some may find it weird; some may say it is funny; some may say it is derogatory; some even may say it is amoral.

But for me it is just the cultural ofIndia. Why do we need to run away from our own culture? Kamasutra has been a part of Indian cultures for thousands of years and will remain so for next thousands of year. [Confession; I have not read this book; I’ve only heard about it]

Warning: This post is suitable for anybody in senses and NOT under influence of opium. On my part do not ask if I am under influence or over influence. All I can tell is that I just got over reading S.T. Coleridge.

Well, let me come back to point ‘I come from thelandofKamasutra’. Haven’t we guys taken this thing to far to handle?

I mean look at the things happening around you (No. No Stop peeping into you neighbors bedroom). Look around. Look into news channels, lawyer-chambers, internet, social media, parliament, legislative assembly. All you see these days at these places is sex; some more sex and yeah a little more of sex.

 

There was a recent trend acrossIndiawhat we called Porn Gate and now we have a new upcoming tread what I am calling is Porn Mate. We all by now have heard about Abhishek Manu Singhavi. The guy whose video-clip came out recently where he was seen making-out with another lawyer (that what they call her).

I have not watched the video though; but was able understand what may have happened after reading a lot in newspaper and on Twitter. I do not give a damn about what he was doing, with whom he was doing, where he was doing. It’s OK, we are a democratic country, and we have full-right to do anything within four walls of a room (a lawyer chamber in this case). But the problem starts when; things go beyond those four walls. No doubt it is invasion of privacy, even filming that thing was also against law and showing it to public- a bigger crime. But heck, here is the question:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Where were these rules at time of DPS MMS, Gujrat & Karnatka porn gate case, JNU MMS,University ofDelhi MMS? I cannot recall more but I am sure there are more than hundred of such MMS’s circulated across the country. Sawami Nityanand’s MMS is among the list too.

 

High Court has now given orders to all media channel to not to play that video over the television or on their websites. WHY?

Just because the person involved is a BIG-and-FAMOUS leader? The High Court did not come in front when the above mentioned MMS clips were played on television through day-and-night.

Nobody from government or media or court came in front and said that DPS MMS clip should not be played on. television. Weren’t the above rules present at that time? Is respect and dignity something only attached to a political leader?  Why a juvenile couple video was played on national television and not an adult-politician’s video?

They were after all children when they were held doing that and they had right to be freed from any prosecution and it was responsibility of government to stop transmission of that video on national television. But, government did nothing, though, when a leader was in same situation, he was given a free-pass. He also became the only leader to get that free-pass. The ministers involved in porn gate were not given the same free-pass; their videos were played almost for 24 hrs continuously.

The question is till when we will continue to ignore the problem of this country- OUR POLITICANS.

I am now envious of them. They never get into jails; even if they get; they are never proved to be guilty. They have all the money to live luxuries life. They ran cars over people and never land-up in jail. They are involved in making-out on camera and they are never found to be guilty.

And on my part (a common person), If I say Mamta Banerjee is not doing well inBengal; I am jailed. WHY-THE- (read the ‘F’ word)

Feel free to share your opinion in comment box.

P.S. These are my personal opinion and I do not wish to hurt anybody’s cultural or moral values.   

 

 

 

 

 

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My experience of rejecting all candidates [MCD ELECTIONS 2012]


Yesterday only, I published a post stating that I will be using form 17A- Rule 49-O while MCD Elections here in Delhi. Soul reason behind same was incapability of candidates.

In this post I am writing about my experience of using my right; right to reject. Also to mention, not only me but four other members of my family used the same right and rejected all the candidates.

After the verification of my identity, I was asked to sign in register 11 A and that’s what I was exactly looking for; here goes the discussion I had with my booth officer regarding right to reject.

(All conversation in Hindi)

Me: “Ma’am can you give me form 17A”

BO1: “Form 17 A? What is that? (Shocked looks)”

Me:  “The form where I can sign and reject all candidates”

BO1: “We don’t know anything like Form 17 A. How can we give you?”

Me: “That’s something you should know. I am not booth officer; you’re”

BO2: “That rule has not started yet. It will be implemented next year”

Me: “Ma’am that rule is existent since 1997. You should have form 17A or register 11 A”

BO1: “What are you studying?”

Me: “I am perusing my Graduation from DU”

BO1: “Why do you want to reject all?”

Me: “Because, no one from this ward is capable of my vote”

BO1: “then you should not even vote, I also don’t vote”

Me: “Why should I not vote? Government is spending cr. to make people vote.”

BO1: “Anyways you don’t like anyone, so don’t vote”

Me: “I will vote, but, to reject all”

BO3: “What is it all you’re talking about?”

Me: “Sir, as per rule 49-0, I have right to reject all the candidates and that what I am here to do”

BO3: “We’re not aware of any such thing.”

Me: “Sir, all I need is register 11A, so, that I can write my comments and also not vote on EVM”

BO3: To BO1 “Find what is a register 11A and let me him sign”

BO1: While she is looking for register “Why do you want to reject. It will not make a difference. You should get at least 5-10 people along with you.”

Me: “Don’t worry ma’am my other family members are on their way”

and as she was looking for register 11A in all her documents, I opened the first page of register, that was lying in front of her and showed her that this is the register what we call register 11A.

She give me a weird look and asked “how do I knew it”

I told her that I read newspaper and the reason why I did not tell you before was because I wanted to see if you knew what register 11A was; which for obvious reasons you did not know.

She was pissed off like anything. I then signed and made a comment “I choose to reject all” and moved out.

Later my other family members went to cast a null vote. As they came back and I asked them what happened all they said was “These people were looking at us strangely but we did reject all”

I am now happy that at least 5 people were able to reject all candidates. May be this will send a positive ray of hope among others and may be more people will use their right next time.

I want to make a humble request to EC to make their booth officer, enough, educated about rules and rights of voters.

P.S. While I was writing this post, I heard that only 32 % voting was done till 3PM; really pathetic, shame on youDelhi.

 

 

 

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My Vote goes for Form 17A; Section 49-O


In my earlier post, I’ve said that I am not going to vote for any party in these MCD Elections 2012. The soul reason is incapability of candidates. Though, there are ‘n’ number of candidates contesting elections from different parties but only two parties; Congress and BJP are in real battle ground. In my ward (Ward 9) both the candidate are known to nobody in the area. I don’t even know if any of those candidate ever graduated from college.

All I know is the the candidate from Congress is wife of personal-assistant of Mr Bitto; acting MLA of our constituency. Well, we know how she would have been able to land a ticket from Congress. Almost same goes for BJP.
Looking at above thing, I’ve decided to Vote-but-not-vote. I’ve decided that I will exercise my right to reject. I will go the pooling booth and ask for Form 17 A and under rule 49-O vote-a null vote.
Enclosed is a full procedure of how to exercise said right:
Text of Rule 49-O
According to the Rule 49-O in the Conduct of Elections, 1961, of India –
49-O. Elector deciding not to vote.- If an elector, after his electoral roll number has been duly entered in the register of voters in Form-17A and has put his signature or thumb impression thereon as required under sub-rule (1) of rule 49L, decided not to record his vote, a remark to this effect shall be made against the said entry in Form 17A by the presiding officer and the signature or thumb impression of the elector shall be obtained against such remark.
How to register a NULL VOTE?
Presently, as the EVMs don’t have any option to select NO candidate, to register a NULL VOTE, one needs to register his details at the polling booth, and then inform the presiding officer that he wishes to vote for nobody, or register a NULL VOTE, or vote against all candidates. In case of paper ballot, one can just stamp the names of multiple candidates or not stamp at all, to waste his vote.

Disclaimer: Above information was found through different internet sources. Author does not take responsibility for any wrong information. (If Any). Also, the idea to make a null-vote is personal choice of Aditya Bhasin, he does not want to force his choice on anyone. All the voters are requested to make a sound decision based on their own choice.

Disclaimer: Above information was found through different internet sources. Author does not take responsibility for any wrong information. (If Any). Also, the idea to make a null-vote is personal choice of Aditya Bhasin, he does not want to force his choice on anyone. All the voters are requested to make a sound decision based on their own choice.

Source:

Wikipedia

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JNU & North Campus


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I study at North Campus of University of Delhi. I wish I could study at JNU campus. I’ve been to JNU campus twice. I go to North Campus everyday. I’ve lived life at North Campus. I have seen life at JNU campus. And in my experience, JNU, Rocks.

 

I am writing about few reasons why I think JNU rocks.

FoodParadise

Let me start with my favorite thing- FOOD.

JNU campus is known for its food joints. I’ve been to some of them, had my share of good food there and I loved it. The first time, I went to JNU campus was in Feb 2011 and yesterday was the second time I went to JNU. Yesterday, I had a soul reason to visit JNU- have some good food. Nothing Else

About the food joints in North Campus; there are many, but, none matches the standards of JNU food joints. Here, there are only three-things you get to eat: ‘Kulche-Cholle’, Maggi and ‘Dosa’. Every department has their own canteen but the food at these canteens is limited to these three food items and a ‘veg-thali’.

Out of all the department canteens, I find Delhi School of Economics canteen- the most awesome. I and my friends often visit DSE- what is also knows as ‘D’ school.

Ideology

People at North Campus are usually liberal in their views. They do not have a last word on anything. If you ask them whether reservation should be allowed, they will say YES and NO. Yes, because some people may need it, No, because some people get affected. (I belong to this category.)

Whereas, things are opposite at JNU campus, they have a last words on everything and anything. They present their views very strongly and further stand by them. No matter what may happen.

Fashion-ka-jalwa

North Campus is ruled by fashionable clothes and everything else which is fashionable. At DU you are treated ‘out-of-campus’ if you wear flip-flops or in fact those ‘Rubber-ki-chappals’.

Things are again opposite at JNU, they do not have this kind of fashion prevailing there. I have seen people are JNU, they wear just anything. It does not matter to them whether their jeans is fromLevisor a street-shop.

Born-British

If you do not speak English at North Campus, then you must be pursuing some, BA pass course or some History Hons. Well, this is the first thought in anybody’s mind at North Campus, when you speak to them in Hindi.

At JNU, Hindi is the language. Even if you ask an MA English student, something in English, it is highly likely that he or she will answer you in Hindi.

The Stephanian caste

There is a huge college (read cast) divide at North Campus. The cold-war between Hindu and St. Stephan is well known to all of us. Anybody who is from St. Stephan gets a certificate to flaunt their (rude) attitude, no matter what is the demand of situation.

One of my friends once told me that you are not supposed to call a canteen- a canteen at St. Stephan. It’s a cafeteria!

I know the above example is not a great one or some people may call it as a good use of vocabulary; I agree, but it becomes irritating in this situation:

A new student at St. Stephan in a conversation with a 2nd year student

New student: where is the canteen?

2nd year student: No, do not call it a canteen. It’s a cafeteria.

New student: (within his mind) WTF.

At JNU, there is no such thing. They only have departments, no specific colleges, though they do have hostels and I’ve heard that there is some kind of rivalry between different hostels.

The Campus; as it is
JNU campus is the most awesome campus once can come across. Spread in miles-and-miles, with greenery all around. The person who studies there will always say “I am living the dream.’

 

North Campus is also good but continual traffic movement within campus spoils the mood.

So, this was my description of two most talked about campuses inDelhi. Feel free to drop-in your comments/views/perceptions.

Disclaimer: These are my personal views. No offence meant to anyone from JNU orUniversityofDelhior anywhere else.

 

 

 

 

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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.

THAT’S IT.

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 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