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The Safe Indian Child

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I do not know how many of you have heard of this incident, but I got to know them just few days earlier. If you had thought that Hentai and Porn were stuff meant only for adults, then here comes the shocker. A 3D game created by a Japanese firm Illusion has infiltrated the Indian gaming markets. It is named “Rapeplay”, with a storyline prodding the player to rape a woman and her two teenaged daughters in a moving train, a park and a restroom. The Indian grey market has been flooded by pirated versions of the game, and is selling like crazy hot cakes. Young and unsuspecting minds in this age are drawn to these very quickly for two-fold reason – one, it being in the form of a digital game which they are used to playing normally; and two, this is something very hush-hush for their age and hence wanting to explore.

The authorities involved in Cyber Crime cases either seem to ignore the seeding effect of such games, or Read the rest of this entry »

Written by Abhishek

January 13, 2010 at 11:40 PM

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Exams are better, or Tharoor’s Comments are …

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Aint exams better. Or, only I feel so…

What else would I say?… Or, what else could I say!!! Atleast through out the exam days, you do not have to go through all the ‘bull‘-shit about ‘cows’ and ‘cattles’. And, Tharoor would agree to it. India has been free for quite a long time, yet has not been able to produce rational minds in all these 60 years. None in India has the strength to faceimages the truth. Why else would one argue on a comment which everyone silently agrees with. Don’t you feel that we are cattles? Don’t you feel that we are pretty much being fed, and being eagerly waited upon for all those butchers sitting up there?

I havent given a damn to Gandhi or his principles till now… but feel that he was a man who showed us the way by setting examples. Read the rest of this entry »

Written by Abhishek

September 20, 2009 at 11:35 AM

All that glitters has a high refractive index

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It’s modern age, and one fine morning. (Sounds like cliche – dont mind, shah rukheven well known authors use the phrase.) I lay on my back pondering over the recent Mr. Detained Khan case. The fan whirls away slowly. The pale yellow coloured walls stare back at me. Mr. Khan, not so unknown character, was supposedly detained, at a foreign airport. So, what the hell!! Why should all of India, be bothered? Why should the government take up the case to its foreign counterparts? He is like any of the other twenty person held back with him. Is he someone special, any PM or GM? Look at him…Look at him crying. “I want to go back to my country.” Dont cry beta. Dont cry. You are like any other Khan who has been detained. According to Salman, Mr. Khan “may be known in India, but to America, he is just a visitor.”  Agreed Sallu.

But, why should Khans be detained? America glitters, but all that glitters is not gold. Fear of another 9/11 should not be the cause of creating such a “surname-dependent” security check. One famous Khan stirred up the debate, but what about the countless Khans detained daily at the foreign airports. Allowed into the society but after such a harrasment in the hands of the security officials. Why cant Asians be let in just as they are? Why should surnames be a parameter of judgement of your ‘cleanliness’. Remember the formula for refractive index. µ = sin (i) / sin (r). Shouldn’t Americans allow Asians in with normal security check — with i = r, with µ = 1 ? Why bend the ‘light’ relationship between Asians and USA? Why should Americans have a high refractive index and flex the light ray ( with i > r) ? Why can’t our wavelengths match with theirs? Can’t we have Aristotle’s luminiferous Ether pervade the globe and bring everything down to a common wavelength?

All that glitters has a high refractive index. Do you agree?

Written by Abhishek

August 17, 2009 at 12:36 PM

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