What’s happening in India? Everyone is on tenterhooks. Everybody is ready to pounce on the other. Be it the vegetable seller, the auto rickshaw driver, the roadside vendor, no one is in a mood to talk, listen and be friendly.
The Indian that I knew of is disappearing, if it has not already.
Yes, a revolution is perhaps the solution. Is it time for people to be out on the streets and take things into their own hands?
Only time will tell!
Another gang-rape in India within a year, this time in Mumbai, unceremoniously interrupting another poor girl’s life, her dreams and hopes crushed.
Eight months after the brutal Delhi gang-rape, in a similar incident, a 22-year-old photojournalist, who was on an evening assignment was gang-raped by five men, and is now in hospital with multiple injuries. The girl was gang raped while her male colleague was tied up and beaten in an isolated, overgrown corner of India’s business hub.
It has taken me a few days to react. Firstly, I thought: How could people be so careless? Among them, the editor who assigned the job, the young girl who risked her life, the colleague who accompanied her, all of them living and working in Mumbai! How could they not see danger hidden in…
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