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Posted: 05 January 2013 at 10:44am | IP Logged
Hahaha okay. I was ready to cut a bitch. when a poster wrote Mallus hindi problem. I'm like dude, it's no f**king problem.  Why the f**k is it a PROBLEM if they don't know Hindi.

But okay the way the scene is, it's fine.LOL

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Posted: 05 January 2013 at 10:51am | IP Logged
Yup It's also funny how people conveniently make remarks like they are in India and they don't know Hindi. Angry

Do they even know the no. of languages spoken throughout India?



Edited by -Nakshatra- - 05 January 2013 at 10:50am

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Posted: 05 January 2013 at 10:54am | IP Logged
LOL Hehehe, I take the opportunity to tell them off.LOL

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Posted: 05 January 2013 at 10:57am | IP Logged
Nice to know they have their priorities straight. Sleepy As if the guy wouldn't have agreed for his face to be shown without the knowledge of her family.

Shortly after the male victim went public with accusations against New Delhi police, officials filed a criminal case against Zee News, saying airing the interview could lead to the identification of the victim, which is illegal in rape cases in India.

"Investigations will begin shortly and anyone guilty of this violation will be similar charged," said Rajan Bhagat, a police spokesman.

The Committee to Protect Journalists quickly condemned the move.

"This is an instance of greatly misplaced priorities. Authorities are hardly protecting the victim's rights by retaliating against news media that are bringing to light details of the horrific crime that claimed her life," Bob Diet, the organization's Asia director, told The Telegraph.



Read more: http://www.nydailynews.com/news/crime/male-friend-india-rape-victim-describes-attack-article-1.1233676#ixzz2H7neq1kH


Edited by likarsh - 05 January 2013 at 10:54am

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Posted: 05 January 2013 at 10:58am | IP Logged
I saw your post and how the TM retreated. LOLLOL


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Posted: 05 January 2013 at 11:04am | IP Logged
Originally posted by likarsh

Nice to know they have their priorities straight. Sleepy As if the guy wouldn't have agreed for his face to be shown without the knowledge of her family.

Shortly after the male victim went public with accusations against New Delhi police, officials filed a criminal case against Zee News, saying airing the interview could lead to the identification of the victim, which is illegal in rape cases in India.

"Investigations will begin shortly and anyone guilty of this violation will be similar charged," said Rajan Bhagat, a police spokesman.

The Committee to Protect Journalists quickly condemned the move.

"This is an instance of greatly misplaced priorities. Authorities are hardly protecting the victim's rights by retaliating against news media that are bringing to light details of the horrific crime that claimed her life," Bob Diet, the organization's Asia director, told The Telegraph.



Read more: http://www.nydailynews.com/news/crime/male-friend-india-rape-victim-describes-attack-article-1.1233676#ixzz2H7neq1kH

I see so many pictures floating around in facebook and other sites. I don't know how Media can't stop sensationalizing anything and everything. Ouch
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Posted: 05 January 2013 at 11:06am | IP Logged
To put it bluntly, most people just don't trust the authorities and aren't willing to take the risk of getting mixed up with them for fear of any or all of these things happening.It's not necessarily that they don't want to help, or somehow apathy is hardwired into Indian culture, but people's desire to help is overwhelmed understandably by their reluctance to suffer unnecessarily as a result of helping.

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Mr. Tewari told me that the apparent apathy of passersby in the Delhi case, "is a clear example of the deep fear of police harassment and legalities that reside in people's minds in India."

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ndeed, if one looks carefully at the transcript of the young man's comments, it's remarkable that even in his current state of physical and emotional shock, rather than resorting to cliche, he shows a clear-headed understanding of why people didn't help:

"People were probably afraid that if they helped us, they would become witnesses to the crime and would be asked to come to the police station and court."

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Posted: 05 January 2013 at 11:10am | IP Logged
Originally posted by -Nakshatra-

Originally posted by likarsh

Nice to know they have their priorities straight. Sleepy As if the guy wouldn't have agreed for his face to be shown without the knowledge of her family.

Shortly after the male victim went public with accusations against New Delhi police, officials filed a criminal case against Zee News, saying airing the interview could lead to the identification of the victim, which is illegal in rape cases in India.

"Investigations will begin shortly and anyone guilty of this violation will be similar charged," said Rajan Bhagat, a police spokesman.

The Committee to Protect Journalists quickly condemned the move.

"This is an instance of greatly misplaced priorities. Authorities are hardly protecting the victim's rights by retaliating against news media that are bringing to light details of the horrific crime that claimed her life," Bob Diet, the organization's Asia director, told The Telegraph.



Read more: http://www.nydailynews.com/news/crime/male-friend-india-rape-victim-describes-attack-article-1.1233676#ixzz2H7neq1kH

I see so many pictures floating around in facebook and other sites. I don't know how Media can't stop sensationalizing anything and everything. Ouch
But in this case, the media didn't do anything wrong. He gave an interview, as it's his right.  He wasn't named. Okay they didn't blur his face, but wouldn't he have cleared it with them/they have cleared it with him?  He's still in touch with the girl's family, surely they all have to know and be okay with it. (unless soon, it comes out no..)

What the hell is their priority?  He is giving an interview which points out major problems. And all they care about is the fact that his face was published.  

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