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Saturday, March 10, 2007

Dangerous Way OF Death

Cat and mouse and snake were talking.Which is most dangerous way of dieing?
Cat:When dog came and eat me.
Mouse: I don't think so.It's when cat came and eat me it means when you came and eat me.
Snake:I 'm not agree with both of you.I think when you both came and eat me up that was most dangerous death.
Suddenly one jun glee(wild man)came and catch all of them and locked in one room and laughed like demon and said this is how play of dangerous death happen when there is no option left...Haaaaa...

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India Is Better Than US

Steinem says a feminist is one who can be a woman or a man, who believes in the full social, economic, political equality of women and men.
Her association with India goes back to the 1950s when she came to the country on a two-year study tour. India's poverty and social conditions transformed her outlook completely.
At that time she had said, 'America is an enormous frosted cupcake in the middle of millions of starving people.' She became a firebrand journalist, keeping the ideals of social justice in her heart and went on to become a fearless spokesperson of women's plight. She exposed men's lack of concern for women's sensitivity, and became a political activist and institution builder.
I feel when the history of women of this planet will be written, Gloria Steinem's name will be written in bold letters. She contributed in changing how the world thinks about women. She knew why women fear change or equal treatment for themselves. Women fear that 'change' may bring punishment, and she told them: 'The truth will set you free. But first, it will piss you off.'
In the 1970s, she launched Ms magazine; while editing it she resisted attempts by market forces to convert all women into consumers. She said about her struggle, 'We've taken one giant step forward by convincing the majority of the country that women can do what men can do.' Her messages were always clear and curt; her logic, piercing.
She asked of men: 'We know that we can do what men can do, but we still don't know that men can do what women can do. That's absolutely crucial. We can't go on doing two jobs.'
Steinem told me only 10 per cent success has been achieved in the women's movement's long battle to make men understand women.
How do you see the effect of globalisation on the women of the world?
There is nothing wrong in gloablisation as such but the question is, what values are being globalised. If environmental protection is globalised, globalisation will be a good thing but unfortunately what is being globalised is corporate values, which turns much of the world labour into a cheap labour force. It turns people into consumers to buy products which they could have produced in their own countries.
Globalisation is profit to a very small group of people. I feel globalisation is a new form of colonialism. It is imperialism.
How does it affect women directly?
It does. A majority of women in the world constitute cheap labour. The corporations are making their profit from cheap labour. Sex trafficking worldwide has also increased enormously. Bonded workers are a form of slavery and 80 per cent of them are children and women.Read FullText..

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FILM REVIEW Yesterday I went for watching movie named "Nishbad" directed by one of India's finest filmmaker Ram Gopal Varma.Story was unusual older man nearing 6o falls in love with 18 year old girl but this kind of unconventional relationship had explored in west,in films and novels as well.Lolita the famous character was one of that kind.But Ramu is differed as usual in his style and thinking,he did not went for exploring physical desire of older man rather went one step ahead exploring psych of older man ,of his strong feeling but minus sex.Amitabh Bacchan played the role of older man.But the moot question is,is love could happen without lust?Don't it happen with everybody that last destinations of love is lust?Well,here is mythical kind of love exist in old tales like Mirabai who fall in love with Krishana no sex or lust was there.So if ramu tried to say there are few love stories which never meant to understood then he is talking sense but common man who cant think without lust don't able to get.In one scene Vijay(Amitabh Bachhan)said "everything is common except one specific man started to interpret that thing in his distinct style"then that common thing become uncommon.However,ramu falter when he portrayed the girl Jia Khan in only small and open cloths in hills stations where other person were fully clothed.Why?If he tried to explore psych then why that filmy compromise and hypocrisy?Remember Aandhi and few other films like Masoom which explored psych and sensibilities without any hyperbole.Climax of the film or end is also not open or step forward .In end Vijay refuse to accept Jia in flesh and blood but did not forget in heart.Why?Vijay went for his wife and daughter ,why he did not broken with them his relationship for his love Jia?
Maybe Ramu was as clue less as we are how this kind of relationship will end.At the psychic level nothing dies so of vi jay's love who wanted to keep that memory of Jia alive in heart and mind but not in practice.Camera work is excellent,acting too is good of all characters,movies is bit slow but high voltage film with lot of thinking material .Keep it up Ramu..

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