It’s time men realize that women have more to offer than just a body.

Women are  curvy, skinny, hood, pretty, cute, ethnic, bad, dime pieces, unicorns, babes, pieces of tail, juicy, fine, sexy, foxes, sultry, voluptuous… The list goes on.

When was the last time you heard a man describe a woman with an adjective that isn’t dripping in sexual innuendos and defaming premises?

When was the last time you heard a man describe a woman by something that compliments her soul and her inherent elegance?

When was the last time you heard a man describe a woman as beautiful?

There’s been a loss of respect when it comes to admiring women, shifting towards describing us as objects, rather than people.

Men look at women as pieces of tail, “things” to be conquered, rather than appreciating women for their individuality.

A large portion of today’s men are momentarily allured by hair extensions, large chests, big bottoms and stilettos.

They think sexuality comes in the form of bronzed skin, bikini waxes and fake eyelashes.

They’ve been programmed to believe that any woman with a sculpted body and perky breasts is attractive.

What about the women who don’t want to indulge in the male fantasy?

What about the women who just want to wear comfortable sweaters and flats?

What about the women who don’t dress to impress the opposite sex, but instead, to just feel good in their own skin?

Isn’t there attractiveness in that?

Isn’t there an appeal to that sense of confidence?

When did women become forced to acquiesce to this standard, or otherwise get lost in the crowd?

When did getting a man mean painting on layers of makeup and investing in mini skirts?

There is a certain type of man that continually defames women, judging them solely on sex appeal, failing to see the actual grandeur of women.

These are the men who don’t understand the concept of natural beauty and uniqueness in flaws.

They don’t recognize that “hotness” doesn’t last past midnight, when the makeup has smudged onto the pillow and the hair extensions have been taken out.

It doesn’t last when the spray tans have washed away and the tight dresses have come off.

It’s not real; it’s an illusion that’s been forcing women to conform to unhealthy habits for too many years.

It’s time these men are reminded of the difference between hot and beautiful.

It’s time men realize that women have more to offer than just a body.

Women are stunning creatures, with assets and traits both unique and enchanting to each one of us, and it’s time we started showcasing our individuality and stop giving in to the illusion of sexy created by man.

Because beauty isn’t about wanting to f*ck her; it’s about wanting to be with her.

Hot is admired from a far; beauty is to be held.

Hot is perception; beauty is appreciation.

Hot is smokey-eyed; beautiful is bare-faced.

Hot is an appearance; beautiful is more than skin deep.

Hot is the way she moans; beautiful is the way she speaks.

Hot is a strong appeal; beautiful is strong mind.

Hot is youthful; beautiful is ageless.

Hot is conventional; beauty is unique.

Hot is a one-night stand; beautiful is sleepless nights.

Hot is a state of being; beauty is in the eye of the beholder.

Hot is devious; beautiful is innocent.

Hot is bending her over; beautiful is baking her blueberry pancakes.

Hot is sultry; beautiful is wholesome.

Hot is her curves; beauty is her nerves.

Hot is a text message; beautiful is a love letter.

Hot is a facade; beautiful is a woman.


No means no, or does it?

No means no, or does it?.

What is Article 370?

What is Article 370?

Article 370 of the Indian Constitution is a ‘temporary provision’ which grants special autonomous status to Jammu & Kashmir.

Under Part XXI of the Constitution of India, which deals with “Temporary, Transitional and Special provisions”, the state of Jammu & Kashmir has been accorded special status under Article 370.

All the provisions of the Constitution which are applicable to other states are not applicable to J&K.

For example, till 1965, J&K had a Sadr-e-Riyasat for governor and prime minister in place of chief minister.

2) History of Article 370

The provision was drafted in 1947 by Sheikh Abdullah, who had by then been appointed prime minister of Jammu & Kashmir by Maharaja Hari Singh and Jawahar Lal Nehru.

Sheikh Abdullah had argued that Article 370 should not be placed under temporary provisions of the Constitution. He wanted ‘iron clad autonomy’ for the state, which Centre didn’t comply with.

3) Provisions of Article 370

According to this article, except for defence, foreign affairs, finance and communications, Parliament needs the state government’s concurrence for applying all other laws.

Thus the state’s residents live under a separate set of laws, including those related to citizenship, ownership of property, and fundamental rights, as compared to other Indians.

As a result of this provision, Indian citizens from other states cannot purchase land or property in Jammu & Kashmir. Under Article 370, the Centre has no power to declare financial emergency under Article 360 in the state.

It can declare emergency in the state only in case of war or external aggression.

The Union government can therefore not declare emergency on grounds of internal disturbance or imminent danger unless it is made at the request or with the concurrence of the state government.

Remember ing our Soldiers..

Happy Memorials Day and Thanks to all our Armed Forces for your service and sacrifice for country so we as an ordinary citizens have freedom of choice, speech and freedom to bear Arms, (gun)..

While you were serving for cause and country biggest sacrifice was made by your family and we shall never forget their contributions, and pain and suffering and today and every day I pray for each ones wel being and safe return to your  loved one..

God Bless you and your family…

How Old is the Word ‘Hindu’? | Sanskriti – Indian Culture

Is Congress a Secular ?

The ideology of secularism found by our  Gandhi.

The only thing Nehru interested or fend off was womanizing.

The Nehru happens to be Prime minister for the first time due to Gandhi backup.

Otherwise, there was lot of other great leaders were there in the wings like Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel, Lal Bahadur Shastri (remind as PM for short period during Pakistan war) and many more.

Please note, the word secularism is not a term or just a definition, it is something how coexistence can be done in a productive way instead of vote bank politics like Congress , Left, communist, BSP, SP & DMK is doing.

If congress is secular, then why congress president Sonia needs to meet Delhi Imam and requesting the Delhi Imam the Muslim votes should not get split.

If congress is following the so called secularism, then why need to have alliance with Muslim league party.

In this election, instead of paper secularism the BJP proved ultimate secularism by reaching across caste , religion and won people heart to get such a land slight mandate to ensure the Congress needs to search for support to sit in opposition seat.
Santosh Bhatt

How to save the Indian economy—and 20% of humanity

India’s routine exercise of democratic elections is, to borrowSamuel Johnson’s opinion on a woman’s preaching, “like a dog’s walking on his hind legs. It is not done well; but you are surprised to find it done at all.”

Not so surprising, however, is the routine transfer of political power in India that happens peacefully and according to constitutional rules. This is rare in India’s neighborhood. No one expects the upcoming change of government in India to be any different.

The results of India’s16th general elections will be declared in a few hours and it is widely expected that the BJP will win enough seats for its prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi to lead a new coalition government. His focus will be policies that promote economic growth. Economic growth is neither inevitable nor impossible; it is always a consequence of good economic policies implemented consistently over a significant period.

Here is what Modi needs to do:

Already he understands what India needs for it to address its most pressing problems, namely widespread poverty and underdevelopment. For this, he willfocus on large infrastructure projects that build durable assets, produce wealth and consequently provide employment.

Second, as the longest serving chief minister of the state of Gujarat, he appreciates the relationship between the states and the center. India’s prosperity necessarily depends on how prosperous the constituent states are, which in turn depends on how much freedom the states have in formulating their own economic policies. (Gujarat was judged the top state in India in economic freedom in 2011 by the Cato Institute, with a freedom index score of 0.64, compared to the median score of 0.41 for all Indian states.)

Certainly, being the prime minister of India is not the same as being the chief minister of a state. But the same economic principles apply and the same development objectives persist although the means may have to change. There is one big advantage that being an experienced chief minister confers on a prime minister: He or she knows the hurdles that the government of a state faces in dealing with the central government.

Modi certainly loves business but his love of business is instrumental for bringing prosperity to his people. He knows that being industry-friendly does not contradict being people-friendly. Indeed he stresses that industrialization is absolutely indispensable for economic growth and consequently development of the people. Consequently, he hasattracted foreign and domestic investment to his state.

India’s demography is young and over half of Indians are below 25 years of age. India has to create an additional 14 million new jobs for those entering the labor force. Modi appreciates that only industry—not agriculture—will be able to create those jobs. India ‘s manufacturing sector is small and accounts for only 14% of GDP, compared to 32% for China.

India’s dysfunctional labor laws are to blame to a large extent for the failure of manufacturing to hold in India., and change will take time. But for the present, the prime minister must focus on two major ideas that have the potential to transform India’s economy and put it on a fast track: a modern rail transportation system and the rapid urbanization of India.

The relationship between a modern transportation system, manufacturing, and urbanization is robust and indispensable for economic growth. They are synergistic and have strong forward and backward linkages, and generate employment. Furthermore, they are engines for the creation of wealth. They pay for themselves as they are built and generate the resources as they are needed. Modi knows this.

Urbanization and economic development are bi-directionally linked: they are cause and consequence of each other. India needs to build modern, efficient cities. Connecting cities–new and existing–with an efficient transportation system is absolutely essential, the backbone of which has to be a rail-based because neither roads nor aviation can meet that need.

The industries directly involved in this endeavor are steel, cement, locomotives and railway coaches. Indirectly agriculture is positively impacted because of lower transportation costs and times. Export industries benefit because of this and greater reliability.

Building new cities and a modern, rapid transportation system will push the demand for labor across the entire spectrum of skills. Even as it builds human capital, these mega-projects will also absorb domestic and foreign savings. The return on investment will be phenomenal.

These are blue-sky projects and will have positive fallouts that are predictable but will still astonish. Of course, these will not be easy. But as US president Kennedy said about space travel to the moon, these should be done not because they are easy but because they are hard.

India needs to think big. Modi likes to think big but his thinking big is rooted in reality. He appears to follow what the legendary American architect Daniel Burnham said, “Make no little plans. They have no magic to stir men’s blood and probably themselves will not be realized. Make big plans; aim high in hope and work … Think big.”

If Modi does become the PM, he will have the power to positively change the economic fortunes of 20% of humanity. We will know on May 16 if a sufficient number of Indians share Modi’s vision and trust him to deliver on his promises.

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