The argument of red streets should be legalized would sound utter outrageous but in the wake of all the unprecedented atrocities against women in our state, I vehemently feel that red streets and prostitution centers should be legalized in Kerala for the people who are sexually lunatics. Thus, they can release their frustrations in the provided outlets and it would allow our own mothers, sisters and near and dear ones not being victimized for the sexual fantasies of those inhuman people.
Monday, December 31, 2012
Sunday, December 23, 2012
It was not at all fair dear Sachin that you called it a day all on a sudden succumbed to the comments and criticisms on your recent performance. With your departure from one-day international, the essence of the game is lost and we have stopped watching the matches. It has been 23 years of your splendid performances and virtually writing all the records in your own name.
Thursday, December 20, 2012
In the wake of all these unprecedented atrocities against women, vehemently I feel that we need to have strong laws in place to stop the sexual violence against women. Though we have a well established judiciary system and all the wonderful laws to prevent from the crimes getting committed, the laws just remain in the judiciary papers without getting them really enforced. Our laws lack teeth and nails to chock the crimes and that is the very reason often the crimes getting committed repeatedly.
Friday, December 14, 2012
I never thought that The Tale of ‘Twin’ Hunt would have a Part III and this tale has a part III is solely because of my 3D friend’s interest and unending endurance, however, I had a last recourse of getting the help of the newspaper agent. But after the part II of the ‘Twin’ hunt, I virtually gave up my hope and stopped working on it because I knew it was not going to work.
Saturday, December 8, 2012
Scholastic schools of ethics and morality always give us consent to go for lesser evil when we have to choose between the two evils. When we are forced to choose between the supposedly two evils the lesser evil is always permissible in order to justify greater evil that we would be forced to commit otherwise.
Saturday, December 1, 2012
“A few were shot dead, a few were stabbed to death and the remaining few were beaten to death,” this is not a famous dialogue from any of the movies in stead it was a well-known dialogue from the controversial Manakadu speech of M. M. Mani, CPI (M) Idukki district secretary. On May 25, 2012, there was a meeting held at Mankadu, in Thodupuzha town and the district president was expounding his party’s stand on the political murder of T. P. Chandrashekaran, the president of revolutionary Marxist Part.