I Want To Live I Am A Daughter….!

Economic growth, better technologies and  businesses have changed India’s status from ‘developing’ to ‘fast developing’ nation. It is believed that a son moves family forward and family is known by son not by daughter. “Sons are called upon to provide the income It is believed that millions of female foetuses have been aborted in India over the past 20 years. A Daughter-in-law in India is forced to give birth to a boy and before birth the gender is also checked by in-laws family. Checking gender of foetus before birth is a crime in our country but nobody cares for the rules or law.

On April 19, authorities in Gujarat found over a dozen human foetuses in a rubbish bin in Ahmedabad. They suspect that local abortion clinics might have dumped the foetuses after conducting ill-legal sex determination tests.
In Tamil Nadu, murdering girls is still sometimes believed to be a wiser course than raising them. “A daughter is always liabilities. How can I bring up a second?” Lakshmi, 28, answered firmly when asked by a visitor how she could have taken her own child’s life eight years ago. “Instead of her suffering the way I do, I thought it was better to get rid of her.”
Thousands of men in parts of rural India are facing difficulties in finding potential brides, all thanks to the practice of aborting female foetuses. Millions of women across the world, especially in Asia, were missing from the population totals.

The current sex ratio in India, as per 2001 Census, is 1000:927 (1,000 boys and 927 girls) while in some states like Gujarat the ratio stands at 1000:878, Himachal Pradesh 1000:820 and Chhatisgarh 1000:845, according to the National Commission of Women (NCW) chairperson Girija Vyas. In 1991, the national figure was 947 girls to 1000 boys.
A survey conducted by the United Nations in 2007 revealed that over 2,000 unborn girls are aborted every day in India. Female infanticide can be described as the practice of killing girl babies deliberately.

The increasing percentage between male and female ratio is an issue that it be condemned , the reason daughters are killed before they are born . the society needs a radical change that the social evils like dowry , to arrange marriage with great pomp and show sidelining the concept of economic conditions of brides family.
We females should try to change the social scenario that females are now not backward but they are having a vision, eye-que for all around developments in various fields for the nation . we should pledge that male or female , we will not kill our daughters before birth , let then grow for the future to be a partner for the development of the nation.

The society needs to change its way of thinking. Son preference, practice of dowry, patrilineal system are said to be the key reasons for female foeticide. Giving birth to a daughter is not a sin, but killing her is…..
Why daughters are thought as liability?
What do you think?

Do you support people who kill their unbirth babies?

Safety Tips To Housewifes For Kids:-

We use many products used in a home on a daily basis that are not dangerous or hazardous. However, children do not always use the things as they are meant to be used and this can make an item or a product dangerous. Children are adventurous by nature and love to explore. Parents can ensure that they are safe by doing simple things to eliminate the dangers around the home.

 Household Items That Can Become Dangerous:-
  •  Electric irons, kettles and other small kitchen appliances,
  •  Hair dryers,
  •  Electric shavers,
  •  Knives,
  • Cords on window blinds and curtains.
  • Everyday Products That Can Prove Hazardous

    • Washing up liquids,
    • Insect or other sprays,
    • Soaps, shampoos and other toiletry products, and Medicines.
    Children love to experiment. A bottle of washing up liquid with a nice colour and enticing smell – apple, strawberry or lemon – can tempt a child into tasting it. If insect or even other sprays, such as air-fresheners, deodorants or hair sprays, get sprayed on to a child’s face and the spray gets into the child’s eyes it could have disastrous consequences. Medicines, even non-prescriptive medicines such as common painkillers are dangerous in the hands of a child. 

    Ingestion of medications, cleaning products, alcohol, cosmetics and other toxic products, can be life threatening for children. In the bathroom and in the kitchen children and toddlers should never be left unattended. Regulation of hot water temperature, precautions when cooking, avoiding drinking hot beverages or soup with a child sitting on your lap, are measures against child scalding.
    Changing tables, cribs, beds, windows, stairs, balconies and other areas, can be involved in children’s falls. Don’t leave a child under 4 years to play without supervision with a dog or a cat. Educate your children about the animals and teach them not to pull the tail or ear of the pet. They shouldn’t bother them when they eat or sleep. They shouldn’t play with animals they don’t know. If you want to have a dog or other animal at home, choose one that is calm and more friendly to children.

    Be careful using electrical appliances when kids are around you!  

    Awake Others About AIDS!

    Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (AIDS) is a condition that gradually destroys the body’s immune defense system and makes the body vulnerable to opportunistic diseases. It is caused by infection with the Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV).People who are infected with HIV can be asymptomatic, looking and  feeling well for ten years or even longer. That is why the practice of safer sex is vitally important, even with people who seem to be well. As more and more white cells die, the HIV-infected person begins to get sick and is then said to be symptomatic.

    How does someone get infected with HIV?
    • By having sex without a condom with someone who is infected;
    • By injecting drugs with needles you are sharing with someone who is infected; 
    • By having a blood transfusion with blood from an infected donor. However, blood donated for trans-fusions in is now tested for HIV, so people are almost never infected through blood transfusions.
    •  There is a fourth way in which the virus can pass from one person to another: It can pass from an infected woman to her baby in the womb, during birth, or during breast feeding.

    You can’t be infected any other way?
    Millions of people in the world have been infected with HIV, so by now we would know if there were any ways to get the infection other than through unprotected sex, shared needles, blood transfusions, or mother-to-child transmission during pregnancy, birth, or while breast feeding. Globally, most HIV infections have resulted from unprotected sex. 
    No one has ever been infected by a shared coffee cup, spoon, or fork, or by the use of a water fountain or a toilet seat. No one has ever been infected by a mosquito or another insect. No one has ever been infected by hugging people with AIDS or by eating dinner with them or by dancing with them or by keeping them company and listening when they need to talk to someone. 
    How Should We Act Around People with AIDS? 
    We don’t know how to act around people with AIDS. We’d rather avoid them. AIDS forces us to confront parts of life we are uncomfortable with, like sexuality, sickness, and death. People with AIDS know all of this. They know that their friends avoid certain subjects with them. They notice that people stop touching them. They hear us talk about “innocent victims of AIDS” and wonder if they are among the guilty. we should be aware of some basic health issues and special sensitivities people with AIDS might have, there is no need to learn any special new kind of behavior to use with them. We only need to treat them with the same respect and humanity with which, ideally, we treat everyone. 
    Understand that anyone can have AIDS:-
    If you know someone who has AIDS-if not a friend, perhaps a friend of a friend, a friend’s family member, and so on-you may wonder if your relationship with that person will change. Remember, a person’s personality doesn’t change when disease strikes. They still have the same likes, dislikes, and sense of humor. Also, like anyone who is facing a terminal illness, a person with AIDS wants and deserves to be treated with respect, dignity and, most importantly, without pity. It’s important to keep this in mind when relating to people with AIDS. 
    Pity is an emotion that may seem loving or kind to the one who feels it, but which feels very different to the person on the receiving end. It is kinder to ask “May I help you?” than to say “Do you need help with that?” No one wants to feel patronized or condescended to; no one likes feeling powerless or like a burden.
    Support them don’t pitty on them!

    Hold their emotions with respect.!

    Make their life beautiful!

    Caste Greater Than Humanity?

    The leaders of independent India decided that India will be democratic, socialist and secular country. India is a vast country and here lies different caste and religions like Hindus, Muslims, Christians, Sikhs, Buddhists, Jain’s. The celebrations of various festivals in India, where people of different faiths come together in communal harmony. In general the urban people in India are less strict about the caste system than the rural. In cities one can see different caste people mingling with each other, while in some rural areas there is still discrimination based on castes and sometimes also on untouchability.

    Sometimes in villages or in the cities there are violent clashes which, are connected to caste tensions. Sometimes the high castes strike the lower castes who dare to uplift their status. Sometimes the lower caste get back on the higher castes.
    Being a developing country India is still not modern in religion. People have strong feelings and they don’t want western culture to ruin their tradition’s and values. To maintain the value of the religion people kill human beings in this 21st century. There are many cases where strict rules are passed so that people don’t try to break or do such mistakes.
    Today’s young boys and girls do Love marriage so that they spend their life with the person they think will be the best. If  Love marriage is done in village or town the couples are killed for ‘Honour’. It is very sad that being so educated and reached on ‘Moon’ still our country is living conservative and orthodox.
    Traditional values of society account for big hurdles on the path of an inter caste marriage. Even if the parents agree to the decision, it is the community and so-called responsible people of society, which can make a big issue out of this. It is a normal scenario in villages that people from two different castes tying the wedding knot are murdered or brutally tortured, along with their family members.
    People in villages need to be taught about the menaces of caste system and initiatives should be taken to fight against it. After all, a marriage is all about coming together of two souls, irrespective of social background and class!!
    It is necessary to educate people in village so that no human being losses its life.
    What is your opinion?

    Is Caste greater than Life?

    Nirupama Case- Another Aarushi?

    The 14-year-old daughter of a successful dentist couple Aarushi, was found dead with her throat slit in her parents’ home at Jalvayu Vihar in Noida, a posh suburb of Delhi. Suspicion immediately fell on the family’s live-in man-servant who was missing from two days after girls death but sooner his dead body was found on the terrace of the same apartment of Jalvayu Vihar. Now its going to be two years but yet no conclusion or criminal is being arrested. Is this the same thing going to happen with Nirupama a young Journalist? She studied in Journalism in Delhi and used to stay in PG. She was found dead in mysterious circumstances on April 29. She was pregnant and had pregnancy of 10 to 12 weeks. It is also said that her death is ‘Honour Killing’.

    Firstly police arrested her mother because she changed her statements now and then. According to police it seemed to be the case of murder as it was shown that she committed suicide and also a note was found. Police investigated the case but as mistake and irresponsibility was seen in Aarushi murder case here it happened the same. In Delhi, the girl’s boyfriend, Priyabhansu Ranjan, a journalist, too will be questioned on Thursday by a police team from Koderma. He said he is ready to cooperate with the police. ‘‘Koderma was a new place and I was a bit scared to go there.

    Nirupama’s death in her home here is being suspected as a case of honour killing. The police have arrested her mother Subha Pathak but are yet to find any direct evidence against her.

    Nirupama had decided to secretly marry Priyabhansu at an Arya Samaj temple on March 6 because her family members were opposed to the marriage. On March 2, Nirupama received a letter from her father Dharmesh Pathak in which he had asked her not to marry Priyabhanshu. She should not marry someone who doesn’t follow the “Sanatan Dharma”, Dharmesh had written, adding such marriage does not last long. Besides, her relation with her parents, relatives and the society will be severed for ever. He had advised Nirupama to think twice before marrying a man from different caste.

    Koderma chief judicial magistrate (CJM) N K Agrawal directed the police to lodge an FIR against Priyabhanshu Ranjan under four sections of the IPC — 306 (abetment to suicide), 376 (rape), 520 (criminal intimidation) and 420 (cheating).
    Parents or not, one does not even have the right to make decisions for another person or his/her life after they attain a legal age – this is what our constitution says too.
    What gives us the right to judge others by saying they are tainting the society??
    What society are we talking about hypocrites???
    Maybe this will end up as another Aarushi case?

    ThingsTo Know. OH …! I Didn’t Knew That.

    Wow! I didn’t knew these things and they are just amazing. Do you know any one these? 

    Coca-Cola would be green if colouring weren’t added to it.

    More people are killed each year from bees than from snakes. 
    Human thigh bones are stronger than concrete.

    Dolphins sleep with one eye open!
    You’re born with 300 bones, but by the time you become an adult, you only have 206.
    Fingernails grow nearly 4 times faster than toenails!
    A giraffe can clean its ears with its 21-inch tongue!
    Women blink nearly twice as much as men. 
    An ostrich’s eye is bigger than its brain.
    You can’t kill yourself by holding your breath.
    Not all Arab are Muslims.

    Common Wealth Games Will Start On Time?

    Delays in handing over several venues in Delhi are causing “serious concern” to the organisers of the Commonwealth Games, due to take place in October. The athletics stadium, Swimming complex and Games Village have still not been completed with five months remaining. Athletes from 71 nations, mostly former British colonies, are set to compete.

    With a total of 17 sports, the Commonwealth Games are considered the third largest multi-sport event in the world, behind the Olympics and the Asian Games.
    Last month it was confirmed that English athletes would compete in the Games despite security concerns.The co-ordination commission of the Commonwealth Games Federation (CGF) added that much progress had been made since a damning report in December, which said numerous deadlines had been missed. Safety and security remains a major concern following a bomb blast at an IPL cricket match in Bangalore last month which injured 14 people.
    “The CGF continues to work closely with the organising committee, Delhi Police and the governments of India and Delhi to monitor all Games security arrangements and has assigned specialist consultants to work on its behalf as is its standard practice for all Games.
    The Delhi government, too, is keen to display its commitment towards the conservation of environment to the world. It plans to introduce ‘hybrid’ electric buses during the Commonwealth Games to be held in October 2010.
    The BBC has announced it has won the rights to show the 2010 Commonwealth Games from Delhi in October.
    Will  the Commonwealth Games be the biggest sporting event, with the exception of cricket, India has hosted?

    Bajaj Car Cheaper Than Nano

    Small and Cheaper cars are in huge demands by middle class. The Bajaj car will be cheaper than the Nano, which comes at Rs 1.23 lakh-1.72 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi ). After the launch of Tata Nano, the race for the No.2 position in the ultra-low cost car segment is under way in India. Bajaj’s ultra-low cost car being manufactured jointly with Renault and Nissan promises to give hot chase to the Tata Nano.

    According to industry observers, the project also got delayed as partners were stuck on pricing issues as well. While Renault wanted a low-cost car, Bajaj was keen on a car that would sport high mileage and low maintenance.
    On Monday, Rajiv Bajaj MD, Bajaj Auto confirmed the $2,500 (Rs 1.1 lakh) price tag for the car. The Bajaj car will be cheaper than the Nano, which comes at Rs 1.23 lakh-1.72 lakh.The car was initially scheduled to hit the market this year, but has been postponed to 2012. Bajaj Auto displayed the prototype of the small car at the 2008 Auto Expo. However, the three partners were stuck at various levels of branding and engineering the car till last year.
    Officials from the alliance have said the car will be smaller than Maruti Suzuki’s Alto, which is the biggest selling model in India.
    Ghosn finally announced the finalisation of the project. “As per the agreement, the design, engineering, sourcing and manufacturing will be handled by Bajaj Auto, while marketing and selling will be (done) by Renault-Nissan Alliance,” he said. But he had declined to comment on the pricing of the car.

    Bollywoods Sexy Moms

    It’s not easy to define motherhood…Ever wondered what mothers’ thought about their kids and how they balance work as well as motherhood. One relationship which is always with us is the one we share with our mothers. They are our guiding force and are responsible for making us who we are. No matter a mother is a housewife, Bollywood mom or Hollywood mom.

    Sushmita Sen adopted her Renee in 2000. Since she is single, Sushmita had to fight a Court battle before she could adopt Renee. Finally on April 13, 2000 she was given the go-ahead to adopt her. Sushmita sen is former Miss Universe. She is the only lady who has won this title for our country. Sushmita Sen is now not seen in more movies.

    Karisma Kapoor married industrialist Sanjay Kapur, CEO of Sixth India. In typical Kapoor tradition, Karisma was married at her grandfather, the late Raj Kapoor’s home, R K Cottage. The couple has one daughter named Samaira, who was born on 11 March 2005. After the birth of her daughter, there was considerable rift between the couple. But subsequently they patched-up.

    Malaika Arora is married to the Bollywood actor Arbaaz Khan whom she met during a coffee ad shoot. They have a son, Arhaan. Malaika has maintained her perfect figure even after motherhood. She is the perfect millennium woman who has done equal justice to her marriage and children without allowing her work to suffer after she turned Malaika Arora Khan.

    Twinkle Khanna and Akshay Kumar married on January 14, 2001. After her marriage, she quit acting, and subsequently gave birth to a baby boy, Araav, on September 15, 2002.

    Kajol and Ajay Devgan tied the knot on February 24, 1999 and after four years in 2003 she gave birth to her daughter Nysa in 2003.

    Juhi Chawla is married to industrialist Jai Mehta; the couple have two children. She gave birth to her first child, a girl named Jhanvi, on February 21, 2001 and on July 21, 2003 she gave birth to a son, Arjun.

    Madhuri Dixit married an Indian-American, Dr. Sriram Nene, in 1999. A UCLA-trained cardiovascular surgeon who practices in Denver. She has two sons, Arin born in March 2003 in Colorado and Ryan born on March 8, 2005 in Colorado.

    Raveena Tandon adopted two children Pooja & Chhaya as a single mother in the 1990s. Later she tied the nuptial knot with Anil Thadani. Now she is blessed with two children, a baby girl called Rasha and a boy.

    Sridevi married film producer Boney Kapoor on June 2, 1996. The couple has two daughters, Jhanvi and Khushi.

    Sonali Bendre married filmmaker Goldie Behl on November 12, 2002, she acted in a number of Bollywood films and after her marriage she left her career for her family. In 2005 she became a proud mother of a son in August.

    Pooja Bedi quit acting after her marriage to Farhan Furniturewalla whom she later divorced after 12 years in 2002. She is mother of two children, Aalia born on November 28, 1997 and Omar born on February 19, 2000.

    Mahima Chaudhary married Bobby Mukherji, last year amidst total secrecy. On June 10, 2007 she gave birth to their first child, a girl called Aryana.





    My Mother Is The Best – Happy Mother’s Day

    Mother – The person who gave birth to us, who wakes up whole night when we are ill. she not only cooks food but also takes care of our future too, she never ask in return for whatever she does for us.Mothers Day is celebrated in several country across the globe though the month and date on which Mother’s Day is celebrated in different countries varies. Most countries celebrate Mothers Day on second Sunday in the Month of May.

    One relationship which is always with us is the one we share with our mothers. They are our guiding force and are responsible for making us who we are. Mothers also shape our lives and our personalities. The moment a child is born, the mother is also born. She never existed before. The woman existed, but the mother, never. A mother is something absolutely new.

    Mother’s Day Date in Different Countries:-
    United States, Australia, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, Denmark, Finland, Germany, Greece, India, Italy, Japan, New Zealand, Singapore, Turkey on Second Second of May.
    Mothers are mothers everywhere, they are as much loved and respected in India as in any other part of the world. A Woman feels this feeling called ‘Mother’ from the day when she is pregnant. She is a person who suffers the pains and miseries to protect her baby from all bad things in womb and also when her baby comes into the world.
    Mother a single word but has different synonyms. In India we call Mother as -Maa, Mummy. In English we say Mom, Mama. In French – Maman. In German – Mutter. In Italian – Mamma. In Marathi – Ayi. In Punjabi -Mai,Mataji. In Russian-Mat. In Spanish – Madre, Mama. In Urdu – Ammee.
    A mother is the truest friend we have, when trials, heavy and sudden, fall upon us; when adversity takes the place of prosperity; when friends who rejoice with us in our sunshine, desert us when troubles thicken around us, still will she cling to us, and endeavor by her kind precepts and counsels to dissipate the clouds of darkness, and cause peace to return to our hearts.

    When you feel you are alone in the crowd,
    When you think No.1 can understand you,
    When your love is rejected by others,
    & when you hate your Life,
    Just close your eyes, & see, her face who loves you
    more than any 1 else,
    who care for you in loneliness,
    & dies when you cry.
    She is no 1, but your sweet loving mother.
    Love your mom first and always.
    My Mother is the best in the world. Every Mother is the best in the whole World.