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Apr 15 2014

A Voice for Me – It’s not Racism if you don’t know the Context

Racism against Asians gets a free ride. Oh come now, we know this. For the most part the face of Asians is either Chinese or Indians (if we ever do get considered as being in Asia.), and we are generally considered an acceptable target for two very simple reasons.

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Apr 01 2014

Sometimes you see Something Different

There are Jews in India. There are a tiny number of them but they do exist. And this is one of their stories.

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Jan 07 2014

Age of Kali – Nirbhaya, 365 Days, Rape and India

 I love how the slymepit empathically (metaphorically) rape the #ftbullies. It’s not even a fair fight. It’s heroes vs zeros. – Anonymous I like the fact that the OP used “Empathic Rape” without any idea of what the word “Oxymoron” means. I am going to assume that this was said by someone who isn’t part …

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Dec 17 2013

Age of Kali – A Year On

I got this mail last year. It effectively asked me why I wasn’t willing to stand up and say something about the Indian rape. Why my blog was filled with the stories of women and indeed men who fought against the rape. Why not my story of the Indian Rape Riots and Protests? I had …

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Dec 06 2013

Age of Kali – If We Do Not Criticise Islam

(An FIR is a First Information Report. It’s a little catch all for “told the police and wrote a case up about someone with the idea of pressing legal charges against them”.) If we do not criticise Islam, then the people who require criticism will keep having free reign and will drag Islam down the …

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Nov 25 2013

Progress Report

Sustainable progress is the name of the game. When I first started out in India one of my projects was a tiny fishing village. Owing to sustained and interactive charity development we not only created economic growth, a lower environmental impact and progress through education but also improved their overall health.

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Nov 22 2013

My Day

Medication is a powerful thing. The medicines we prescribe and take can change the lives of people. So when they stop using the medicine the change is phenomenal. On the train back home, I watched an old lady suddenly turn her head and fall to the floor while convulsing. I responded and identified myself and …

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Nov 08 2013

Age of Kali – Everything’s Indian

So… I had an interesting Twitter argument. There is a problem in Indian culture. Most people are not educated much about it. All they see is the filth, the poverty and the lack of any sane rules. People see the dirt, the misogyny and the terrible things only without the flip side.

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Oct 23 2013

Trans Progress

The hijra are “untouchable”.

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Oct 14 2013

How To Panhandle and Beg – Cyclone Phailin

No blog post for tonight. I am dead tired. I woke up yesterday at 6:00 AM and worked until 6:00 PM tonight. Had a big nap and really don’t feel like blogging. However? I thought that there is one more thing I can do before I vanish to watch Youtube videos of cats.

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