Top One liners about India!!!

1. If you want to know how divided we are, just look at matrimonial page of our newspaper.

2. India is running the software of tomorrow on the hardware of yesterday.

3. Marriages (Rest of the world) = x + y
Marriages (In India) = ∫xdx + ∫ydy

4. If the mobile gets spoiled blame the child, if child gets spoiled blame the mobile.

5. If someone asks for dirty cloth to clean something you are in India.

6. The only country where people fight to be termed ‘backward’.

7. In India, you don’t cast your vote, you vote your cast.

8. An incredible country where actors are playing cricket, cricketers are playing politics, politicians are watching porn and porn stars are becoming actors.

9. Sarcasm is like electricity, half of India doesn’t get it.

10. And the ultimate one:
Where liking a Facebook post gets you arrested, raping doesn’t.
– By SantaBanta.com

Posted by Damian @8WDee.com.

Politician claims women who have sex outside marriage be hanged

Politicians in India’s largest and most politically important state have sparked outrage by claiming women who have sex outside of marriage should be hanged and that men who committed rape should be forgiven their “mistakes”.

In an election speech on Thursday, Mulayam Singh Yadav, head of the Socialist Party (SP), which runs the state government in Uttar Pradesh, said if he became prime minister he would scrap a recently introduced law that fixed the death penalty for rapists. Referring to a case in Mumbai where three men were sentenced to death for two gang-rapes, Mr Yadav claimed the men should not face the death penalty as it was not uncommon “for boys to make mistakes”.

“Boys will be boys. Following a girl-boy fight, the girl complains she was raped,” he said in the city of Moradabad.

Mr Yadav’s comments sparked outcry from women’s rights campaigners and commentators, as well as his political opponents. They were also denounced, though not that vocally, by the ruling Congress party, which had been long allied in the federal government with the SP in a ruling coalition.

On Friday, the 74-year-old Mr Yadav, whose son is the chief minister of sprawling, impoverished UP, appeared to backtrack on his comments.

“Many people said that my comments were right. I am against rape. Rapist should be given the most severe punishment,” he said at another rally, according to local media. “Innocent people should not be hanged. Rape is being debated in half the world. If I said this, what was wrong.”

Matters were made worse when another senior leader of the SP, whose government oversees a population of 200 million and which draws much of its support from Muslims, appeared to suggest that women who were raped might also be hanged, along with the rapist.

Questioned by the NDTV news channel about Mr Yadav’s comments, Abu Azmi said: “Rape is punishable by hanging in Islam. But here, nothing happens to women, only to men. Even the woman is guilty.”

“When the reporter questioned him further, he replied: “Any woman if, whether married or unmarried, goes along with a man, with or without her consent, should be hanged. Both should be hanged. It shouldn’t be allowed even if a woman goes by consent.”

Mr Azmi’s comments sparked further outcry, including a denunciation from his son, Farhan Azmi, who is contesting a seat in the city of Mumbai.

“I believe a rapist should be hanged a hundred times,” he said. “I have five sisters and everyone in my family believes the same.”
April 11, 3:54 PM
By Andrew Buncombe
24024262 – The Independent

Posted from 8wDee.com.