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)

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

 

 

 

 

 

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Adam and Eve of MMS clips [DPS MMS]


It was a fine morning of November 2004, like always I was reading a newspaper. (Yes, I’ve been reading newspaper since an early age). My parents were also reading newspaper and suddenly there was a discussion that started between my parents.

“DPS ki ladki ka MMS” (an MMS of a DPS student);

“17 saal ke ladke ne banaya MMS” (a guy aged 17, involved in making his private movement; public)

This news came as a storm to my family. My dad who was always against camera phone, got a reason to take forward his hatred.

My mom was agitated like anything. She was so furious that she did not let me read the newspaper for next few days.

On my end, I understood most of the things- said and talked by my parents, friends and news channels.

It was such an exiting news; I mean I was 14 by then and like all the teenagers, I was too curious to know what happened and how happened. To curb my curiosity I somehow managed to see that MMS; do not remember how.

But today I have some question in my mind. I know it’s too late but still…

What happened to that couple?

Where did they go?

What are they doing now?

Are they still in touch?

Do they live inDelhiorIndia?

Are they now married and settled in their lives?

A lot of people would be having same questions in their mind. And answer for all these questions have been same till now.

“Girl was sent toCanadaand boy to Australiaby their parents.”

But curiosity is not over in my mind. I want to know what happened. I want to know how they are doing now.

In my view they must have been well-settled by now in their lives. I don’t presume any coincidence of their togetherness though. After so much, I don’t think that girl would have kept any sought of relation with this guy. I am also sure that the boy would have tried all his best to get into good books of girl again. (After all he is a guy)

What I think is that people have forgotten this whole DPS MMS stuff; I am an exception; I admit. Apart from the first family and neighbors of Adam and Eve of MMS clips; nobody should remember them; they have a life to live.

Are these guys still living a life in disguise?

I really want to meet Adam and Even and ask them what they did in their exile; anybody out there with any news? Feel free to share.

 

 

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(Serious) things on my mind


With this post I am trying to act like a self-proclaimed think-tank. In morning today, I gave myself one-hr to think about some serious stuff; stuff that matters to us. Here it goes

1) Akash Tablet;

So much was talked about this $ 46 Nano car like thing in world of technology. But what happened? Nothing. I am still awaiting a response from DataWind; for the ‘interested in buying’ request.

2) Black Money;

Illegitimate cash economy that continues to grow.

3) DND;

Do-not-Disturb or Delhi-Noida-Direct whatever you may like to call it. Both are doing well; at least as I write this.

4) Flipkart.com;

Logo of Flipkart.com

(Photo credit: Wikipedia)

. They are now the last stop for me to buy anything, I hope they introduce clothing store soon.

5) Inflation;

The economics of this country is going in a shit-hole. From ‘Gol-Gappe’ to ‘Petrol’ everything is going costlier. And both has a severe effect on people ‘in-a-relationship’.

6) Kingfisher;

Mr. Mallya, move on. Just take it as a lesson; a 6ft girl with one meter of cloth does not make a profitable airline. You know you are doing well in making this country ‘daaru-baaz’; keep up the good-work and spirits.

7) MNP;

Mobile Number Portability; do people still remember this tangled-stuff? I don’t.

8) Open letters;

Another way-out to remind politicians of clean governance.

9) Wal-Mart;

These guys are craving to get into Indian markets; where will Big-Bazzar go to then.

10) Mark Zuckerberg;

He proved that a social networking website can be valued at some thousand crores.

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An open letter to Anna Hazzare


Jantar Mantar

New Delhi

March 25th 2012

Dear AnnaJi,

I hope that you are doing well and your health is also improving. I am not sure if you remember me but just to draw some light, I can make you recall that, I supported you full heartedly while you were on a fast-unto-death in April and then in month of August.

I am sure that you would also be able to judge that time-people-and-supporters have changed since then. And yes, not to forget that you and people around you have also changed since then. A friend of mine who also supported you back-then asked me that whether I will be coming to Jantar Mantar today. I gave her a funny reply:

“Nope. Mrs. Dalloway has waited long for me. I cannot see her missing me so much. Anna Ji can wait”. (And to be really honest with you I think I should tell you that I did not add ‘JI’ in that message) 😉 (Excuse the expression).

I am sorry but I am not coming down on that ‘Hunger’ street once again. I had it all. I cannot stand it any more. The last time I was there, I felt something within me to be a part of you and support you but as I said time-people-and supporters change; unfortunately I have also changed. Initially, you were my hero. I thought that you will change the whole way our democracy works but I think I should let that thought skip from my mind.

The only issue that I have with you and your team is the arrogance- you people were able to develop in yourself in last few months.

Kejriwal talks of Anna being above parliament, or a Bedi seeks to justify her business-class indiscretions. What would you call all this? ; Arrogance or a clause of Jan Lokpal Bill.

I also remember what you said when Sharad Pawar was slapped: “He got slapped! Only one slap” I mean, when I heard this news, I said almost the same thing. But heck that is the difference, you are Anna Hazzare and I am just-another-common-man. I have right to talk like that but not you. (Well, now even you have the same right as have come down to same-level.)

I also have some sought of issues with your doctor, what his name? Ahhh I just googled it Dr. Naresh Trehan.

Nice guy he is but as it is said money can make you go around. May be that is what happened with him. He spent a good amount of money in form of Rupee or Dollar or Pound or Euro, whatever you may like to call it in starting his medical-city. (No, I am not going to name it here. No free publicity for him.)

And then he needed some sought of ‘free-marketing’ so he zeroed on you as a Hot-Shot-Brand-Ambassador-With-Guaranteed-Return. He picked you up from wherever you were, he kept you in his medical-city, he gave you all the attention you needed and hurray in return he got his medical-city name flashing on all news channels under those big red buttons ‘BREAKING NEWS’.

Believe it or not Anna, this was his motive, which he achieved beautifully.

While, I close this letter, one last reason why I choose not to be there at Jantar Mantar, today. As I mentioned earlier, Mrs. Dalloway is the reason. She has been waiting on my desk for quite some time now. And I think, I should give it a read now. Please understand, exams are just around the corner. I also think that I should rather support Earth Hour instead of you, it a lot easier and does have the instant returns. (like saving my electricity bill)

Regards with no support,

Aditya Bhasin

P.S. : Just to inform you, I did not gave miss call second time when your team asked. Sorry, can’t help.

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Just because I’m a widow; doesn’t mean I can’t be happy anymore. WORLD WIDOW WOMENS DAY


The title of this post is the plight of every widow women in this world; especially in Asian countries like India, Pakistan, Afghanistan and Bangladesh.

People in these countries are still not ready to accept widow women as part of society. I agree that there is been a major change in mentality of people in past few decades but the idea of not accepting a widow women as part of our society still prevails in many parts of India.

If we look into statistics there are 24 cr 50 lakh widow women in this world, out of which 4 cr 20 lakh widow are from India. In Europe the number of widow women is 13% of their population and out of all the widows 11 cr 60 lakh widow women lives below poverty line.

In December last year, UN declared June 23 as World Widow Day. This was done in order to make this world realize that there is a section of society who is not happy to some extent and are bound to leave in many restrictions. I fully support this idea and believe that we as a world need to understand the issues and problems attached to life of widow women in this male dominated society.

I would particularly talk about the situation of widow women in India. The problem with Indian ideology is that we know it well that how many MBA executives, IIT Graduates and IAS Officers we will need in 2020, but we don’t know that what will be the number & condition of widow women in country will be like in 2020.

If we go in villages of Haryana and Rajasthan, a widow woman there is still treated to be a curse on family and is considered un-auspicious. The families there are still not ready to accept that if the woman is a widow; she is not because of her will. She is because of some reason beyond her control. Death of a human being is neither in any man’s hand nor in any women’s. But she is still treated in way that it was because of her; the husband died.

The condition of Indian Widow Women is at an extremely poor and unacceptable stage. The war widow of 1971 war were questioned when they re-married. 15 % Children of widow women die before the age of 5. The government in India gives widow women pension of Rs 400 only.

On this world women widows day; I really think that government should take some serious steps to make the situation of widow women better in country.

In my opinion following things should be considered seriously:-

1) Widow Remarriage should be ACCEPTED MORALLY all across the country especially in villages where the idea of widow remarriage is still not accepted;
2) The women should be made self reliant by some kind of educational or job-oriented programs;
3) It should be made compulsory for children to take care of their widow mother and don’t send her to some old age home;
4) Centers to live and work must be developed in order to give these women a better living;
5) The amount of pension should be increased to a relevant amount.

The major thing I would like to focus on is that if a widower men can remarry then why not a women. I know that widow remarriage is now accepted in Metropolitan cities but what about the small cities and villages, where a widow woman is still not allowed to remarry. If a woman dies than why not her husband is blamed upon for killing his wife, which happens when husband dies and woman is blamed for killing him.

A widower man lives a very normal life and doesn’t face any problems while living in society, but why a woman has to face these problems.

On this Worlds Widow Women day. I pledge to support this cause and believe that government will surely take some steps in improving the condition of widow women.

P.S.This is post was written by Aditya Bhasin for his personal blog
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