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According to United States Department of Justice document Criminal Victimization in the United States, there were overall 191,670 victims of rape or sexual assault reported in 2005. Only 16% of rapes and sexual assaults are reported to the police (Rape in America: A Report to the Nation. 1992).

1 of 6 U.S. women has experienced an attempted or completed rape. (according to Colorado Coalition Against Sexual Assault)

Somewhere in America, a woman is raped every 2 minutes, according to the U.S. Department of Justice.

Compared to India with 0.0143187 per 1,000 people .

Both in India and USA, most rape incidents dont get reported (not according to me, but according to both the countries authorities).

So on an average ... things go wild in the West aswell.

Now lets consider Sweden ... things can get wild there aswell.

It all depends where you go, how responsible you are about yourself and how effectively you carry yourself. At the end of the day, when among people with significant number of morally starved humanoids ... one must keep an eye for their own safety ... FOR THEIR OWN SAKE.

By the way ... the summers are still HOT.... LOL ... thats what we were here for Embarrassed
 
 
Right.... and yeah we should be discussing hot summers..... LOLLOLLOL 


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not to mention KACCHA AAM KA SHARBAT ... it works wonders...

 
It's the best thing to drink in hot weather. Come summer here, my stock of mango panna is ready for intake Tongue
 
Another thing that works wonders is having finely sliced raw onion with mint and lemon juice with your meals. Just make sure to brush vigorously afterwards, or keep a supply of mints handy LOL

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Originally posted by SholaJoBhadkey

Originally posted by Ice-Thinker

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not to mention KACCHA AAM KA SHARBAT ... it works wonders...

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It's the best thing to drink in hot weather. Come summer here, my stock of mango panna is ready for intake Tongue


Another thing that works wonders is having finely sliced raw onion with mint and lemon juice with your meals. Just make sure to brush vigorously afterwards, or keep a supply of mints handy LOL

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<font size="2">One Bengoli friend of mine told me to eatYOGURT AND CHEERA (smashed rice) mixed with banana for breakfast ... it keeps the body refreshed aswell...
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But I like ur idea with onions ... pretty portable indeed.
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Yep, the breakfast is pretty simple, nutritious and tasty at the same time. However, I think you usually mix sabodaana with bananas.

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Posted: 30 May 2010 at 1:33pm | IP Logged
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just worry about dengue, h1n1 and rest is fine.. baki .. its ok...if you have abcd's you need to avoid giving them only boiled mineral water.. thats the only thing...beyond that its upto you.. khane dhone (haath, muh), nahane  ka sab pani mineral water ho sakta hai.. just get a malpanis tanker hooked up..to the over head tank.LOL


Qwerts, diarrhea and typhoid are my major worries too.  Yes, my kids do nahana dhona with RO water when they were toddlers as they used to gulp water while bathing.  These days, I use RO treated water for rinsing mouth etc and we do just fine.  I don't trust the mineral water sold outside either.  All my relatives have ROs or aqua guard installed so clean water is not a problem no matter which gaon I visitLOL

I am still amazed that you think being careful about water translates into demanding mineral water.  When did you start trusting the vendors out there?


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 so how you get bacteria free,  parasite free... water..  .. but yeah you cant trust vendors.. so you cant eat anything or drink anything outside........dont know how practical it is...

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Posted: 30 May 2010 at 1:39pm | IP Logged
Originally posted by qwertyesque

 
 so how you get bacteria free,  parasite free... water..  .. but yeah you cant trust vendors.. so you cant eat anything or drink anything outside........dont know how practical it is...
 
If it's deep-fried, it's safe. If it has raw veg/fruit or ice, stay away from it. I can have samosas, kachoris, jalebis, pakodas (bhajiyas to Mumbaikars) aaloo tikkis, but no golgappas, golas etc. Smile

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