Wednesday, March 11, 2015

Women not 'Woo-Men' - 1

It's been long since I wrote something. But the writer inside can't resist much after all what is going on in the nation.
Listening to various thoughts from the so called 'highly literate' bunch of our 'Pseudo' society,  even I could feel the pain what a woman has to undergo throughout her life.

Due to the greatly created fuss about the BBC documentary called India's Daughter, I had nowhere to go in the holidays but to watch the same (even though I had a clear idea of the whole incident). With news channels and various politicians and social activists showing their grief, concern and their broad and scientific outlook (so called) towards the condition of women in the country, I have tried to analyse the situation.

Let's see, how it goes..

The documentary shows the interview of Mukesh Singh (convict), M L Sharma (Defence lawyer),  A P Singh (Defence lawyer),  Pramod Gupta (ADP, Delhi Police),  Victims Mother and Father, other activists and related persons. I will be putting up the view points one by one in different posts and will be highlighting the interviewed persons.

First one goes for Mr. M L Sharma.

M L Sharma : The girl was with some unknown boy who took her on a date.  In our society girls are not allowed to go out in evenings with any unknown person. They were under the imagination of film culture and thought they can do anything.
Also women are like diamonds and should not be put on streets. If allowed on streets, dogs will hunt and you can't stop it.

VIEWMr. Sharma wants Purdah system to prevail in the society. A girl should not be allowed to take formal education in our country. If she acquires knowledge (by chance) then she should not utilise and practise that knowledge and keep it to herself. She is a piece of house decoration and must be kept at home because there are dogs roaming around who will eventually hunt her. He talks about unknown persons as well.
Mr.  Sharma, being a lawyer, must know that more than 80% cases of sexual assault involve people who are close relatives and family friends. We know dogs are not human beings and so please stop comparing the morality and brain of society's anti-social elements with them. They are far better. If animals were to communicate like us, then we would lose our pets very soon after such incidents. Even they won't come close to the so called human race.

While we love flaunting the Being Human T-shirt, it is only Education and upbringing which makes us Human. The human child is the slowest learner while animals the fastest. They also die early and we live long enough to make impact in this world (and the impact is clearly visible).

M L Sharma: Men and women can't be friends in our society. Also, we have the best culture with no place for women in it. Female is like a flower. If kept in gutter it is spoilt and in in temple it is worshipped.

VIEW: That was a Wow moment when you said that Sharma. Women are just there to fulfil a man's desire of sex and lust. They are not needed in the society. The rich Indian culture has no place for them and they are here for entertaining the male lot. You killed it man! What a thought coming out of the logical brain of a highly learned lawyer of our country. He deserves a noble for this statement. If not then a Bharat Ratna for sure.
Sharma is an Avatar from God. He has come right from God's own dirty hands (you know what I mean).
While we worship women in various forms, which I am sure Sharma will agree being an Indian, we disgrace her by such hineous acts and then have the audacity to utter such nonsense. The same form is meant to be raped if found on road and worshipped in temples. What kind of a pervert you are Sharma!

A women on road doesn't send any such vibes to a man which asks for sex and rape. A short dress is not asking for it as well. Walking empty handed on the road doesn't imply that those hands should be filled with alms. I read it somewhere that not wearing a helmet doesn't ask for cracking the head.

Women is not here to just 'Woo men'. It is the sick and pervert thoughts and nature of our society which make some of our fellows think like that.

A psychological study says that rapists want power and control over the other sex. They aren't sick or frustrated. But to hell with the subject. Such monsters can't be forgiven. And those fighting for their well being will understand. The work has begun from the grass root level and I believe the coming generations will know. You are the change. Bring it at the forefront and respect women as they are.

I won't pray to God for a similar consequence with them because she is again someone's daughter, sister or mother and she must not be defamed in any case. I request others also not to post thoughts like that on various petitions you are signing. I request Mr. Sharma to think before he talks such nonsense and have an introspection of himself over the entire issue. May God guide Mr. Sharma and his supporters.

P.S. This is the first post condemning the sayings of Mr. Sharma. Next one is in the tunnel. Also as I said, this post is open to suggestions. Kindly share as much as possible so that it reaches those for whom it is meant. And my Superstar children, I know you will spread this faster then anyone else. Learn the lesson and teach others as well everyone. Let there be JYOTI..

Nipun Mittal

Sunday, May 6, 2012

'Online' or 'On-Line'

Here is a small conversation piece with which I think some people might co-relate with. This is a general write-up and I don't mean to hurt anyone's personal feelings.

Netizen 1:
Hey!! Wassss up??

Netizen 2: (Here he comes) Nothing much. Sitting idle. When did you come 'online'. You should have told me before coming.

Netizen 1: (If I would have told ya, I won't have found ya.) As if you always come 'online' after informing me. And yes, why should I tell you before coming 'online'.

Netizen 2: (Why can't you understand the feelings I have for you?) You are dumb and nothing else. Its been a long time since we are having these chats. I thought we were friends.

Netizen 1: (Here is the signal dude!!) Well, of course we are friends. I just thought it would be silly to inform you coz we are 'just friends'. 

Netizen 2: (Why God Why?) So you just came to say Hi or you have some official work? 

Netizen 1: (Why God Why?) Nothing important. Was hoping to find you online.

Netizen2: (I think he is a mind reader.) Really? That's so sweet of you.
Netizen 1: (Is this the right time to say the words?) Errrrr.. No No.. I just.. I mean.. I can't think.. I don't know.. I am gone.. I am in love.. (Shit).. I am in Love..  in love with you.. (What am I saying.. I am so gone..) I am sick.. I want to meet you. I am in love with you. Do you feel the same? (What am I saying)

Netizen 2: (Finally the words are out..OMG!!) What are you saying? You love me? 

Netizen 1: (I would have appreciated a n answer.) Yes, I do and want to meet you asap.

Netizen 2:  (I love you too but we can't meet.) Sure we will meet. Lets catch up at 4 this Sunday at the Mall.
Netizen 1: (Still no affirmative) Yup! That will do. But I was wondering if I can get an answer to the question I asked..

Netizen 2: (Desperado) Wait for it..Patience my dear patience.. We are meeting this Sunday.. 

Netizen 1: (I know its a yes!!) Sure darling. Oops..(way to early)

Netizen 2: (Ecstatic guy) Alryt then see you soon.. Bye. 

And then Netizen 1 waited the whole Sunday for Netizen 2  to appear in the avatar which he had in his mind, which he had seen in her profile and which he had imagined infinite times..But the online Avatar never came.
Netizen 1, mad in love with Netizen 2, committed suicide on Monday and left a note which said," I am not just a profile. I am a human being and that too real." 

Well, the whole thing behind this is a comparison between 'Being Online or On-Line.'

There is no problem in spending hours on the internet and surfing the web. This is what we do when we sit online. We use the internet and surf the web. But the problem starts when we get on-line with someone who is also available online

Getting online and on the internet is the need of the hour. Most of us today are available on the social networking sites and we very openly say that we are looking for a relationship (open or whatever) or in which sex are we interested in. So do we get online in order to date someone or have a serious relationship with a Netizen who may be having a fake identity?

Internet aims at making the world available at our fingertips and bring people from various parts of the world, closer. Are we really coming closer? Why this virtual world is becoming a reality? Why are their such cases in which a boy (may be) meets a girl (may be) and they fall into a serious relation just by typing some lovely sugar coated words? 

And that's not it. I know people who even before their child is born, created a profile for the unborn (Both sexes were taken into account and so there were two different profiles.)

Well.. I hope my fellow netizens (obviously real identity holders) will come with a solution to this problem very soon and will help enlighten the coming social networking generation who could even ask their parents whether they were downloaded..



Sunday, January 1, 2012

The Year It was..

31st December, 2011

Last year the same day.. Why I still remember those days...?? (Can't even think of the correct punctuation mark)

31st December, 2010

Shoorveer Balwaan: What are we doing here? Lets go and party..

Satan: How to? Our first salaries have not yet arrived..:P

Shoorveer Balwan: Say something you two.. Mittal.. What are you upto?

Mittal:  Hehehe!! The campus is so large. There must be something going on elsewhere.. Lets just roam about on our Ladybirds..

Shoorveer Balwan:  People will find me weird dressed in these clothes. I am ready for a party which ain't happening..:P

Satan:   *SIgh*

Mittal:  Satan likes it.. Don't worry. ( *Grin* ).

Oasis (The Food Court known for parties)

Satan:   Man, now this is what we call MAAHOL..

Mittal:  (Awestruck) amazing man.. Lets search for our people.

Everyone found... But in diversified groups.. See, this is what life is all about. Meeting new people and checking our compatibility with them.. Facing new challenges every now and then..


Happy New Year 2011 and the first thought that came to me decided the whole year's panorama for me. " You are not made for this. Let it go and do what you have always wanted."

This day I met people from varied backgrounds and thoughts. But the way to enjoy and celebrate was the same. (Still trying to connect the thoughts  which divides human beings).

And the New year began with some songs and useless chats. Some friends were found and one more thing, none was lost. The friendship with others grew stronger.

Present Day (01/01/2012)

The first thought - Is the world ending this year? Crap.. I know.. But these NEWS channels.Huh..
Hugged my Mummy and Papa and finding that there is nothing better than this feeling is even more blissful.

An year mixed with all kinds of dramas and melodramas of life finally came to an end. No one learns early and from others experiences. Unless you experience things and events yourself, learning is not complete. 2011 taught me this.

Again, adversity and biodiversity, taught me to cope up with different kinds of conditions. I came to know the importance of an hour and that of 60 minutes ( The value of a second is still a mystery).

While the kids (my students)  taught me tolerance, I never knew I was learning this virtue. There are things which we realize later and at different points of time,  what the time in past has taught us.

Friends getting engaged and married this year again taught a lesson ( No puns intended ).

There are still some questions to be answered ( Wondering whom to trust).

An awesome birthday celebration.

And right now I am enjoying my hobby.. What a finish to you 2011. You were Awesome..:)

I have fastened the seat belts for the roller coaster ride once again which life has already planned for me. Lets see what life has in store..

Welcome 2012..:)


Sunday, December 11, 2011



Looking at the moon I wonder sometimes,
Whether it is a heavenly body,
or something really divine?

Looking at the stars I wonder sometimes,
Are they really far,
or closer than the closest sight?

Looking at the flowers I wonder sometimes,
Are they really beautiful,
or everything is just about my eyes?

Looking at you, I wonder at times,
Does the world exist,
or it is just an illusion of sight?

Looking at you I came to know,
My value is cypher,
and yours is hard even to decipher.

Looking at you I wonder why,
The leaves rustle and birds fly.

Looking at you 'Now' I no longer wonder why,
My world revolves around you,
And that you are my sky.
There is no need of a moon,
And the world is futile.

You are my breathe, 
And you are my beat.
You are all I ever had.
I now no longer wonder that,
You are me...

Dedicated to "You".


Sunday, October 16, 2011


IIT-JEE has been renowned as one of the most prestigious entrance examination not only in the history of our great country, but also throughout the world. The IITs have consistently kept their standard high by staying apart from the other institutes and setting their own entrance examinations. Over the years, this has ensured that the quality of students entering the campus have been the best and the students passing out have shown impact not only in India but all over the world. Unfortunately, this may no longer be the same if the ideas proposed by the HRD minister, Mr. Kabil Sibal, are enforced. Instead of uplifting the level of our esteemed Universities, it may even go on to degrade them!

According to recent news the Minister of HRD has put forth a proposal which proposes a Common Entrance Test to seek admission in any Engineering College in the country which will consist of questions on Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics and an Aptitude Test. Moreover, this Aptitude Test will comprise of questions from all fields which the students study throughout their curriculum like History, Geography, General Knowledge etc.This added entity of Aptitude test will put more burden on the students as now they will have to study 4 subjects compared to the previous three. 

Apart from this, there is another glitch in the proposal. The HRD Minister has proposed that the marks scored by the students in their respective board examinations will also get due consideration while deciding the merit list of the test and that final admission to the colleges would be given by calculating an aggregate of the marks scored in the Common Entrance Test and the Boards.

The Government says that they will make the curriculum same throughout the country and that a Percentile system will be adopted to give equal opportunities to all students irrespective of the boards they belong to. But how could this be justified in a country where roughly 50 lakh students appear for Board examinations every year? Bringing about the same curriculum in our country, where we have 22 official languages being spoken in different parts, would hamper the regional diversity. 

While the idea of using results from the board examination is somewhat acceptable, it will take some time before the examination can match the standard of IITs. For one, the success in board examination in the current format relies more on mugging up of the concepts rather than on the practical applications of it -- which is what is tested by the JEE. Moreover, the papers are corrected by a diverse set of teachers which results in a great disparity in the marks achieved by students.

What will you do to check that, Minister of HRD? The center of board examination come in every nook and corner of the country. Once people are aware of the fact that IITs will give consideration to board marks, I tell you, everyone in the country would get the maximum possible marks. We can't deny the fact that there are places in the country where students could even open the books to write in the answer sheet and pass the examination. 

The changes that took place in the pattern in the year 2006 were somewhat reasonable and profound (Inclusion of reading comprehensions and Matrix Match type questions). But this time, the HRD has decided to take our IITs to a level which would never be uplifted by any reforms. 

Over the years IITs have created world class educational platforms. The faculty and alumni of IITs continues to make huge impact in all sectors of society, both in India and abroad. These are the people who passed one of the world's toughest tests to get admission to the IIT. The impact of IITians could be seen in each and every part of the world and society as a whole.

While addressing a discussion organized by the CII and Business Council on 14th Oct 2011 in Washington DC, the HRD minister said that that the country needs another 1000 Universities and 50,000 colleges in next 10 years. He also said that the US Universities should open their centers in India for R & D works.
Obviously once the level of our IITs will fall, these foreign universities would attract talent from the country. This will directly make the foreign universities prosper due to their talent pool which will comprise of the best brains in the country.

We can't let this happen to our country. we can't let this happen to the IITs. They were, they are and they will produce the best Engineers, not only in the country, but in the whole world. This pattern change would only bring about a transformation which would never prove to be fruitful to the nation. The test for these prestigious institutions holds the key for being the Numero Uno. Once the level falls, IITs fall. 

Bill Gates once said," If there is one thing that IIT has done -- it is the merit based approach and I won't temper it." 

So why temper an exam which is known for its 45 years old nature of remaining the same and still giving entry to those which are the best brains not only in the country but in the whole world.
May the HRD minister Gets Well Soon...

Save IITs.. Save the Nation.