2016 NCRB data is useless, here is why


Gone are the days when national surveys and statistics published by government used to be useful and trustworthy. With political intervention and cheap feminism oriented politics the veracity of every government data is under question today. We have already shown how India’s census data is fudged to show female feticide when we proved by comparative analysis of 2001 and 2011 census data that women in India seemed to have born at the age of 10 years. Similarly we have proved that marital rape, child marriage or feminist demand of Delhi being the rape capital of India as false.

In the recently drafted National Policy for Women the WCD ministry had given a hint of how feminists wanted to interfere in these surveys when it mentioned the data through various data sources will be reviewed by the ministry (section V – viii, page 13 of the policy). This clearly showed that now feminists want to manipulate data that can cause harm to feminist movement.

MRAs have been phenomenal in debunking all feminist propaganda of crimes against women and NCRB data had been of immense help in this success. With careful analysis of NCRB data, the numbers that showed the ‘Number of cases where trial was completed in a given year and the number of cases where the accused were acquitted, MRAs have always proved how feminists and media have been propagating lies about crimes against women. In fact, the business of women empowerment was exposed time and again by MRA groups by citing NCRB data.

Now all that problem is gone. NCRB 2016 report does not give any idea about state wise number of cases where trials were completed or the number of cases where the accused were acquitted. Without these data no one can calculate the real or false cases. So now the parameter to determine any crime is the number of cases filed under that section. This is a completely wrong parameter to judge anything as anyone can file any number of false cases and will go undetected by the system.

For instance, if one wants to do an analysis on rape cases filed in different states and how many of them were found to be false based on acquittal numbers, one will fail to get the number. Table 5.6 of NCRB report does give an overall number for India but it does not give any indication of the statewise acquittal numbers.

This year’s data does give a lot more details but most of that is unnecessary. For example, table 1.1 gives a break up of cases registered by oral complaint and by written complaint. However, it does not specify which IPC or SLL crimes were registered based on verbal complaints. This makes the entire table useless as we don’t know if crimes like rape or murder is being registered based on oral complaints and without any other evidence.

NCRB report also gives ‘Rate’ of a crime which is nothing but the number of cases filed per 100,000 people. This may give a picture about the trend of a crime but it does not give any idea of actual rate of the crime happening. That can only be obtained through completed cases or acquittal information.

One major fallacy of this report is – the statisticians here calculated rate of a crime based on the number of crimes reported and not by number of incidents proven in courts as true. When reporting of a crime like rape (IPC 376) or Cruelty by husband (498a) does not required any evidence this kind of calculation is completely faulty and can only give wrong picture about crime.

Also the rate of crime (per 100,000 population) does not mean anything unless we compare the same data over a few years or across different countries.

Table 1.6 of NCRB 2016 report gives data of Number of cases reported (I), Victims (V) and Rate (R) of IPC crimes. None of these separately or in combination give us any information. For example, the data shows Andhra Pradesh had 1099 murder cases reported where there were 1144 victims and the rate was 2.1 cases per 100,000 population. Does this give us any information? What if 1000 of those 1099 cases were actually suicides? Do we know anything from the data? Can we make out if the state need improvement in law and order?

An in depth review of Table 1.7 shows complete mockery of statistics. Per this table, Bihar’s percentage share in sexual crimes is 1.3% is way too low compared to that in Andhra Pradesh 6.2%. Also the sexual crime rate of Bihar is 1.7 compared to that of 15.7 in Andhra Pradesh or 20.6 in Assam or 22.2 in Odisha.So this basically shows Odisha is 20 times worse state in terms of rape compared to Bihar. This statistical fallacy can be understood well in the article given below –

Statistics to Control your Mind

This year’s NCRB data also tries to capture more information like the cause / motive of a murder (table 3.2) but the data presented leads to more confusion rather than any conclusion. For example, Murder committed due to Love Affair and Illicit Relationship seems to be overlapping unless the latter strictly classify murder in matrimonial relations only and the former do not include any affair within a marriage. Similarly motive of murder being Kidnapping and Abduction raise more confusion than clarifies any. Also it is not clear if this data is based on cases / complaints filed or based on actual findings after the trial.

Overall, it seems that there is an attempt to mislead people by fudging, manipulating data and by revealing half-truths. This is dangerous for any society particularly at a time when security of common people is becoming a concern and when anti national groups are more active than ever. Manipulation of our national stats can easily lead Indians to believe anything which is not true. Result will be a nation moving to a direction other than growth and prosperity. Surely, we don’t want that to happen.


New Statistical study shows strong correlation between number of dowry accused and suicide of married Indian males

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Legal Terrorism

A new statistical study shows strong correlation between number of accused persons in IPC 498a and suicide of married Indian males.

Correlation coefficient denoted in statistical terms as ‘r‘ shows whether two different data sets are correlated. The value of ‘r’ if closer to 1 denotes strong positive correlation, whereas the value closer to -1 denotes strong negative correlation between two independent data sets.

A recent study done to find out correlation (if any) between “number of people accused in a 498a case” and “husband suicide in that year” has correlation coefficient of more than 0.96 which denotes strong positive correlation between the two variables. (Check this link for an easy understanding of calculating correlation coefficient)

Based on data captured from NCRB records from the year 2001, this study first finds out number of new people accused in IPC 498a every year. This is obtained by subtracting the “number of people whose cases were pending at the end of previous year”  from the “Total number of people for trial that year”-

Suicide and persons accused

The Std. Deviation of the data “New persons accused in 498a in a year” is found to be 28, 130.

Std Dev of Persons accused

Similarly Standard Deviation of Husband Suicide is calculated (For details of Standard Deviation calculation see this) –

Std Dev of Husband suicide

The final calculation gives Correlation Coefficient (r) asCorrelation Coefficient

and the numerical value of r is found to be 0.965896115.

The Coefficient of Determination denoted as r² or R², is found to be 0.932955.

A Coefficient of Determination or R² value close to 1 denotes that the characteristics of one variable out of the two is very well described by the second variable. That means the husband suicide data is very well explained by the total number of people accused in 498a cases.

This analysis shows that no matter whether in NCRB records the reasons for husband suicide is mentioned specifically as family problem or not these two data  are highly correlated and husband suicide can be explained completely by the number of accused people.

This may be because of the protector role of Indian males that makes them a failure once they fail to protect their family members from false cases and related harassment. This is another clear sign that the effect of IPC 498a on Indian families have been devastating and is leading to increased suicide of married Indian males.

Future study needed

A similar study is urgently required to find out correlation between DV, CrPC 125 and Child custody cases and suicide of married Indian males. It may be possible that a combination of these factors are responsible for suicide of married Indian males and NCRB data does not capture this information. The issue is worsened by a the fact Indian males do not easily seek help from anyone (including friends and family members) when they are in trouble. This characteristics coupled with a sustained suppression of males’ needs in the society and govt apathy to look into these matters are worsening the situation further.

It is time that Indian MRAs understand this and take immediate action.


Marital Rape – Now Ananda Bazar Patrika (আনন্দবাজার পত্রিকা, ABP) publishes misleading article

When Maneka Gandhi commented that “Marital Rape can’t be suitably applied in the context of India” many could not understand that she actually wanted to start the marital rape debate afresh (on the eve of pending Marital Rape PIL in Supreme Court) rather than stating her unwillingness to make another criminal provision against marital rape (marital rape is already a criminal offence under section IPC 498a).

This kind of comments by our politicians and ministers (who surely know that marital rape is a crime in India already) has no other justification but only to instigate a whole new set of debate as if it is not already a crime in India.

Now leading Bengali Daily Ananda Bazar Patrika (ABP) (আনন্দবাজার পত্রিকা) published a biased and misleading article. In this article Simantini Ghosh (who claims to be a US based doctor) wrote on 13th March that in NFHS survey 9% women said that they were raped by either their past or present husband. However, she had carefully omitted the fact that NFHS report also stated the following –

Sexual violence here includes being forced to have sexual intercourse or perform any other sexual acts against one’s own will. Table 15.3 shows that 9 percent of all women age 15-49 report having experienced sexual violence at sometime during their lifetime.”

আনন্দবাজার পত্রিকা on Marital Rape

Mind it these questions were asked only to women and not to men as the survey report also clarified in section 15.2.2 Lifetime Sexual Violence section. Simantini Ghosh and আনন্দবাজার পত্রিকা (ABP) carefully ignored that part as she believed (like many other men) that men can’t be raped and hence she concluded that not making Marital Rape a crime (false, she is ignorant that it is already a crime for men and NOT for women).

She also stated that the survey revealed that women aged between 15-49 experienced sexual violence, omitting the point that this figure is for their lifetime and NFHS survey on marital rape failed because it didn’t ask the same questions to men.

Now I understand that many of you will be curious to know how men can be raped and would request you to read the following to articles to understand –

  1. Can we have a gender neutral rape law in India

  2. India Today annual sex survey reveals marital rape of men

So the argument and all debates should have been around the fact that rape and marital rape should be made a crime for women instead of the misinformed debate that it is not a crime in India for men.

Now for the information of all my readers let me also state some other statistics that has come out in 2011 (more recent compared to 2005-06 NFHS survey) that more women seek help when they are sad, disappointed or frustrated a complete contradiction that NFHS 3 survey found that only 1% women report marital rape (looks like women do not become sad, disappointed or frustrated when raped by their husbands). This is compared to only 11% men seek help when in trouble –

IMAGES Survey, Men seeking help, Indian Masculinity

Also the same IMAGES survey showed that 96% married women were sexually satisfied with their partners –

Sexual Satisfaction - men n women

Also comparing the data of married women from 2001 and 2011 census we come to know that there is higher rate of increase in the number of married women compared to that of men.

Read – More Indian women want to get raped as rapists run for cover

So does it mean that women are sexually satisfied with their partners when they are raped? Does that mean women enjoy rape? Probably Simantini Ghosh and আনন্দবাজার পত্রিকা will now have to agree if she wants to show 9% women are raped.

Also let’s look at the various facts how feminists have changed their marital rape data based on their convenience. Marital rape debate was ignited in recent times with Barkha Dutt claiming that 70% housewives are raped by their husbands on NDTV show “We The People – Marital Rape: Eyes Wide Shut”. Just see the debate embedded in this article and see how she was guarding this data.

What every Indian should know about Marital Rape

When MRAs said that the feminists who supported the same had their fathers, brothers and sons included in that 70% and hence they should have started castrating men in their house first or chopping off their genitals (as this was a favourite punishment for rapists for the feminists that time and as feminists always said “Rape is a Rape”) and start cleaning the society from their homes, feminists changed the stat and started saying that 30% Indian women are raped like that of Nirbhaya –

Why global community is so interested about Marital Rape in India

That was again one in every three women and many men stopped believing such statistics because MRAs continued to point out that men in the feminists own households were rapists.

Now Simantini Ghosh of আনন্দবাজার পত্রিকা comes out with the stat from NFHS, a survey where the presumption of the survey was that men were the abusers and women were the victims.

In a debate on social media with me Simantini Ghosh first failed to understand how a man could be raped by a woman –

Simantini Ghosh FB Debate on marital rape

Clearly she was not aware of the complete definition of rape or the fact that in other countries rape is already gender neutral (and so is marital rape).

So I tried to explain to her that the survey was done in a biased way but failed –

Simantini Ghosh FB Debate2

And finally she claimed that she had more knowledge and engaged with many agencies that did such surveys –

Simantini Ghosh FB Debate3

Clearly she didn’t know about other international surveys and did not have the grey matter to understand if women could be rapists in other countries then they can be rapists in India too. She didn’t have any brain to understand how NFHS (and most other DV surveys in the world) have been biased by having a pre-concluded notion that men were perpetrators and women are victims and designing questions accordingly. (in-spite of specifically telling her about how the questions were drafted and how the survey was conducted she didn’t understand).

Clearly, Simantini Ghosh or women like her who claim to be well educated and intelligent and being associated with such surveys is a danger to the nation and to our future generation.

The present campaigns of these women are to term men as rapists on every divorce and create a potential avenue for more extortion. As Simantini commented on social media, she did not care if this created new extortion tool for women. Little did these intellectual understand or try to understand that it is already a criminal offense for men, now women needed to be recognized as rapists and suitably punished.

If you are concerned about this article by women who are clearly male haters and if you think this will create extreme gender hatred and make life miserable for Indian men on every divorce and they will be subjected to extreme forms of cruelty, job loss and humiliation, please give your feedback to আনন্দবাজার পত্রিকা (Ananda Bazar Patrika) online or through Contact Us section of their website or write to the editor of ABP –

Aveek Sarkar, Publisher of আনন্দবাজার পত্রিকা

Head Office

6, Prafulla Sarkar Street, ,

City Kolkata – 700 001 (West Bengal)

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Here’s why JNU student’s explanation of anti India slogans is frivolous

In this Quora response a JNU student Harshit Agarwal who claims to be independent from the organizers or being a sympathizer to them elaborates the sequence of events.

JNU Afzal Guru Cultural Event poster

He explains in his Quora post that Democratic Student Union (DSU) in JNU consists of extremely well read students who may have Maoist ideology but not separatists themselves. He raises the question if as Indians “are we ready to hear the issue of Kashmir from Kashmiris”? He claims that he does not support sensation of Kashmir but want to hear them out and hence he thinks organizing the above event was justified.

Now let’s look at the event poster. It was against “Bahmanical Collective Conscience”. I am not sure what the organizers would have thought but the meaning I understand from the phrase it was against set believes created about the valley by Kashmiri Brahmins. The poster also said the event was against “judicial killing” of two terrorists and claims to be “in solidarity with Kashmiri people”.

So the conception of the ‘cultural’ event was against Kashmiri Brahmins who were an integral part of Kashmir’s population and are Kashmiris too. So when the organizers claimed it was in solidarity with Kashmiri people they could not and should not have excluded Kashmiri Brahmins from it.

If we read the poster further we see it is written the event was to portray ‘history of occupation in Kashmir”. So they wanted to discuss something that said “India was occupying Kashmir illegally” and the Kashmiri people (without the Hindus in it) are against it. The poster further invited everyone to join them to “Protest in rage against the occupation and in solidarity with valiant (brave) people of Kashmir”.

So the event organizers never wanted to peaceful debate or discussion on the issue rather they wanted a violent protest against the union of India in which they live and enjoy all facilities of taxpayers’ money.

Now if we look back what this JNU student Harshit Agarwal is saying we find his argument to be frivolous as the event was never meant to be a discussion but an inception of a violent protest. I only want to tell him that “dear these protests mean nothing but treason”.

Harshit explains that after “Judicial Killing” of Afzal many had protested the verdict too. He gave examples to prove his point that the judgement was biased and wrong. But that is in other words commenting on highest legal system in a manner to show they are incapable of delivering justice. Another direct attack on our judiciary that could only be done by filing PILs in the Apex court and through patient hearing. Another means of showing India in bad light by a student.

Then the student explains that JNUSU and other left unions wanted to go ahead with their democratic peaceful agenda of holding the meeting. Unfortunately he forgot that the agenda of the cultural event was not peaceful in first place. The poster itself said it was a violent protest. So if ABVP protested against the holding the “Cultural Event” in the name of freedom of speech they were legitimate in doing that.

Now when authorities blocked the main venue of the event the organizers went near dhaba to conduct what Harshit said was ‘meeting’. However, ABVP students started shouting clichéd slogans like –

Ye Kashmir Hamara Hai, Sara aka Saraa hai”.

Now what Harshit described as clichéd does that mean he has any confusion regarding the slogan made? I feel so and this coming from someone who claims to be not aware of Kashmir issue is too much of a dangerous statement. Because no matter how ignorant one is about Kashmir matter, one (an Indian) should not believe the event agenda that India is occupying in Kashmir and Kashmiris want azadi (Pakistan Agenda).

The demonstrating students shouted “Hum kya chahte, Azadi”. Later he explains “Azadi” as “Right to Self Determination of people belonging to a region occupied by two nations”. Here again he ignores the fact that the protesters were only talking against India and Not Pakistan. So they want to separate out from India and hence trying to justify this statement is as good as sedition.

Next slogan – “Tum Kitne Afzal Maroge, Har ghar se Afzal nilklega

He tries to justify this statement highlighting how Afzal was framed by Indian court and thought that a group of student was protesting against that and should not have been a big deal for a nation. However, when we look at Afzal’s past anti India activities and association in parliament attack even as a mastermind we understand this slogan as a threat to a nation that all homes will give birth to Afzal’s who will conspire against India. If this is not sedition then what is?

He also wrote that none of these slogan shouters were carrying arms, they only carried ideas. But what he missed out was they were not carrying any idea for betterment of the country but they carried separatists ideas and they were militant about it. That means, they were violent slogan shouters and not peaceful meeting organizers. And hence treason charge is justified.

Now he tried to justify their act as the protest was openly organized and not a secret event and all the students appeared on TV debates. And that where terrorism has gone today. Some people masquerading as intellectuals are robbing our youth of their mind and creating cultural pollution and hatred as a new ideology. And all these left wing groups did in the name of new ideology was creating India hatred.

Now he explains every word in slogans to justify them –

He says “Bharat” means Indian military establishment to a Kashmiri youth. He claims “Bharat ki Barbaadi” means end of military establishment in Kashmir. Since it is about ending only Indian military establishment that shows this group of people were actually against India and its military. This is the greatest insult for the men in uniform who die everyday in border. If Kashmiri youths are fed up with any military presence they should have held talks with government and not created such ruckus in a campus and instigated violence.

He also explains “Jang” means struggle that was done by Gandhi, Marx or others and leaves this for interpretation of individuals. But no matter whether the protesters were talking about peaceful protests of ‘Satyagrah’ type struggle what they should have done first was to take their points to the government for consideration and not started shouting slogans to disturb the peace. Also they wouldn’t have brought outsiders in the campus to disturb peace. One reason to think of their struggle as violent aggression rather than peaceful satyagrah.

He further explains that no JNU student was involved in slogan shouting but we have seen them in TV debates and in some videos shouting those slogans and hence his account can not be believed. Rather it is natural to think that he is a leftist sympathizer.

He raises question about our nationalism. “Someone raising some slogans becomes absolute blasphemy” – he says. But the point lies these were not just someone who could be ignored. They were students (or outsiders among the students) who were polluting the atmosphere of a university run by Indian govt. This shouting slogans become important because these were against the same nation that cares for them, gives them benefits and feeds them. The organizers should not have allowed outsiders to shout anti India slogans in the first place if they didn’t believe in them. But they did and that is why they need to be selectively punished and later the outside goons.

Lastly, he has also attached a video to show that it is in fact ABVP supporters who were shouting those anti India slogans. But this argument also falls flat because ABVP as an organization has already opposed this event, protested against it and filed complaint to stop this event. So if a few students found in this rally were also found in some other rally, that only makes them fringe elements and not real conspirators. Rather the left unions and JNUSU president went on air to support those slogans, and hence they are directly responsible for the treason.

Dear Harshit, if you read this ever, let me tell you that I am open to conflicting ideas too, but understand when it is too much of conflict with your own existence and then try to justify such terrorism. If Afzal Guru’s hanging was not justified, then two months ago our parliament has changed Juvenile Justice Act based on crime committed by one juvenile. This act will affect all our children in future too. None of you intellectuals came forward then and protected our children? Then why are you trying to protect one outsider today? This only shows that you are a sympathizer of such separatists and terrorists and makes your arguments counter productive.



No, One Nirbhaya case can’t change our juvenile justice system

Nirbhaya DemonstrationWith the news of the juvenile getting freed in 48 hours, the debate of whether the Juvenile Laws need to be changed is getting heated up. A section of population with strong backing from media and online petitions is seeking to pass the changes to the JJ bill in RS so that even juveniles can be treated like adults for serious crimes. Unfortunately even the ministry that is supposed to work to juvenile welfare is also forcing harshest punishment for our juveniles. However, here are the reasons why one outlier case can’t decide fate of our juveniles in future due to following reasons –

The guiding principles of adjudicating matters involving juveniles are as follows –

  1. If this ONE crime leads to any change in JJ Act in favour of sending all future juvenile offenders to adult prisons, that will stop their reforms and any possibility of future contribution. This is especially dangerous for a nation as these juveniles will then surely take entry into the criminal or terrorist world.
  2. For any crime pertaining to juvenile offenders it is NOT the crime or intensity of the crime but situation that had led to the crime should determine the punishment. This is because juveniles can easily be misguided to commit a crime. Under such situation treating a juvenile with formative bend of mind as an adult will only lead to disaster.
  3. If some countries who were signatories of international treaties banning juvenile punishment as adults have departed from the same, it is because their juvenile crime rate has gone much higher than that in India. Thus making any exception to change the JJ system is only outrageous and very harsh for our future boys.
  4. India is already a signatory to the United Nations Standard Minimum Rules for the administration of Juvenile Justice, 1985 (Beijing Rules); the Convention of the Rights of the Child, 1990 (CRC) and the United Nations Rules for the Protection of Juveniles Deprived of their Liberty, 1990 (Havana Rules) – these obliges India to set up a juvenile justice system separate from the criminal justice system.
  5. The gravity of crime” – another popular theory brought forward by feminists to change the JJ Act also needs the facts to be established that the juvenile was equally cruel and participative in the crime and was not lured into or not taken away by other adult criminals around. The same arguments used to protect adult women criminals in murder or other heinous crimes.
  6. Even if the true test of “juvenility” is attributed to the mental maturity of the accused instead of their age, in the case of Delhi Gang Rape too, the juvenile who belonged lower strata of socioeconomic background and India’s backward classes can’t be classified in any manner as mentally adult.
  7. The main objective of JJ board is to ensure that juveniles can get reformed and contribute to the building of the nation in later years of their life. Since juveniles can be lured into any crime without proper maturity to understand the gravity of the consequences they are better given this chance to live rather than being harsh on them.
    • Reaction is proportional to the gravity of the crime with the needs of the juvenile and the society in mind
    • Restrictions on personal liberty of the juvenile be kept at minimum for their benefit and reforms
    • Deprivation of personal liberty to a juvenile be imposed only for grave or repeated crimes and when no other alternatives are available
    • The well-being of the juvenile is considered first as their reform is the main social issue
  8. The state committee formed under article 43 of CRC (Convention of Rights for the Child, 1990) has already recommended against detention of children with adults criminals
  9. The United Nations Rules for the Protection of Juveniles Deprived of their Liberty and the Vienna Guidelines for Action on Children in the Criminal Justice System prohibits the state to punish juveniles as adults.
  10. The Vienna Convention also recommended that article 29(h) of Juvenile Justice Act be amended to fully cover boys under 18 years of age as juveniles as girls are covered.

The way Indian feminists and certain media is making unabated attempt to pass the amendments to Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection of children) ACT to make juveniles same as adult criminals, shows the existing misandry in the society. WCD ministry, that is supposed to act for welfare of children irrespective of their gender is acting against the welfare for boys merely based on emotional and lynch crowd mentality instead of taking informed decision. Thus they have lost their moral ground to be called a ministry for children’s welfare as well.

If today, India demands to bring down this age to 16 years for boys, then considering the fact that girls mature faster compared to boys should be brought under this provision at the age of 14 years. Will the activists shouting for JJ Act Amendments please start demanding that first?


This is how Indian media has created rape story of 28 day old baby from UP

It is a competition among Indian media now. How to create new and heinous rape stories every day. It is as if presstitutes have a great competition among them and in this race of creating the most discussed breaking news Indian media has created a rape story, this time with a 28 day old baby from Bulandshar.

The alleged incident that happened on Saturday, 5th Dec was first reported by Times of India like this –

TOI report 1

Next day Indiatimes reported the news as confirmed rape even though the investigation was not even properly started –

Indiatimes 2

Indiatimes has shown really degraded state of journalism in order to get viral article and used a representative image of a baby to pronounce the rape had happened just the next day. They did not bother to mention anything about the inconsistencies in the statement or the doctor saying there is no rape. But they needed viral content to reported without any journalist queries even.

Aaj Tak reported this news like this –

Aaj Tak 2

Note, Aaj Tak not only made it a confirmed rape in their report (by then only the complaint was filed and crime was not established) but Aaj Tak also missed to answer some simple questions. If both the parents were out casting their votes then who was there with the child? Also the report body does not say that doctors confirmed rape, however, the headline said so without any basis.

The New Indian Express ‘added’ the fact that the baby was “profusely” bleeding in their report, just to make it more realistic –

Indian Express 4

Question is why didn’t other newspapers say that the baby was profusely bleeding? Or was it only Indian Express’ express imagination?

When the Indian media had completed the damage the international media picked up the story. Khaleej Times reported the story as confirmed rape on 9th Dec –

Khaleej Times

But in their news they mentioned the word allegedly, that readers don’t notice. Again they reported the story without answering the question who was at home with the baby when both parents were out to cast their vote. Any normal person understands that the bay could not have been alone at home.

So when mainstream media failed in their duty and showed highest level unprofessionalism, an independent journalist Deepika Narayan Bhardwaj from Delhi reached the Bulandshar police and asked the basic questions and came to know this as she had updated on her Facebook–

Deepika Narayan Bhardwaj

If only the mainstream media did their job properly, they wouldn’t have reported this incident as rape. It shows where our journalism had gone today.

Deepika’s findings were confirmed by another media report by Hindustan Times –

Hindustan Times

This case proves that 90% Indians who believe such stories are really idiots. Such a tiny baby will not even survive rape. People do not have this basic sense and our media is taking advantage of this for creating their viral content.

Even without waiting for the medical board decision, I will say – yes, the baby is raped. The baby is raped by Indian media. Not only the baby, it is our mother nation that is raped by our media and they are still not hanged to death.


Related story from Deepika Narayan Bhardwaj –

Alleged Rape of a 28 Days old Baby in India , Sigh of Inhumanity , The Other side of the Story and Journalism Standards

Now Ranchi husband files dowry case against wife

In a new twist in dowry cases a husband from Ranchi, India has filed a dowry harassment complaint against his wife.

Husband files dowry case against wife

This is a new twist in Indian dowry cases where it is normally seen that wife files dowry case against the husband. Even though in this case the wife has filed another dowry case against the husband in retaliation.

Recently a trend is observed in Indian marriages that wives take undue advantage of biased dowry laws and demand money from their husbands for their personal use or for their parental home. Wife asking money for her brother’s education or business or for her father’s operation is not new. Another common phenomenon is asking the husband to buy house or flat in her name. If husband already own a flat in his name, wife pressurize him to buy another bigger flat in her name. Those who budge under pressure and buy flat in their wife’s name mostly get divorce papers after the property is bought.

In many other cases it is found that the wife tries to bring her parents to live with them in their matrimonial home. Since nowadays most urban couples live in flats and not in joint families like the earlier days, the husband in these cases bring wife’s parents in their home without realizing that it is also another kind of dowry harassment because the husband is forced to maintain her parents after marriage. However, Indian Dowry Act does not recognize these as dowry offense.

In none of these cases husband claims dowry harassment by wife. Even if one tries to do that police do not register such a complaint.

In this case what Rakesh has done will surely create a new example for all husbands and will motivate them to file dowry cases against their wives when the wives demand unwanted money for her family.


Foreign nationals beware – cruel Indian brides looking for you

Foreign groom, Indian brideIn a recent spike in cases reported to this website by individuals, it is found that many foreign nationals or green card holders are being extorted by Indian brides. Some of these women are so called innocent divorcees and some are first timers (as reported). In almost all cases it is found that the bride belonged to well-to-do families and were beautiful from outside. Many of these women were well educated and working in good positions in corporate.

The incidents reported to us included women in romantic relationship with foreign nationals suddenly marrying Indian grooms even without any notice, some deserting their husbands and selling of cars etc in foreign lands and returning to India without informing their husbands etc.

In some cases it is also found that some women who got married without any notice still wanted to maintain relationship with their foreign boy friends. In one case, the woman broke the relation got married to an Indian merchant navy guy, got divorced in two years, again got married to a wealthy doctor who left her even quicker and didn’t even want to come back to see their chiild. The case details revealed that the child might be her illicit child. All through these marriages she maintained contact with her US boy-friend and wanted to come back to him after two broken marriages.

In all such cases it is found that the girl blamed either the groom or her own parents for her miseries. In some cases it is also found that the girl married a foreigner in India and filled all possible criminal cases including POCSO (Protection of Children from Sexual Offences Act).

In most of the cases these brides were found to be Malayalis (from Kerala).

Even though it is not possible to tell what is going on inside ones head, and since foreign nationals don’t understand Indian culture they overlook many signs of cruelty as cultural gap.Ignorance of reality of Indian society and thinking of women in India being most oppressed under patriarchy is another reason foreign nationals fall prey to such unscrupulous women easily.

Even though there are warnings issued by various foreign govts against marriage in India, very often foreign men get attracted to Indian beauty. Here are some of the tips that one can follow to judge an Indian girl –

  1. Don’t fall for her easily. Let her win you.
  2. Even if you are madly in love with her, don’t show. Let her be jealous of other women around you.

  3. Don’t start pampering her from day one to win the competition from other guys around her. Let her notice you normal way.

  4. Expect her to pay your bills or win your confidence each time you pay her bills. Let her know that it was special every time you paid her bill.

  5. Know if she had a mother controlled family and childhood. Meet her family members to understand what happens inside.

  6. Look for cues of how she tells lies to others in front of you. Those cues will help you catch her lies easily.

  7. See her opinion about her own family members. Most often cruel women blame everyone around them for all their miseries.

  8. See how many divorcees in her family. Avoid single mother children.

  9. Check if she or her family is in hurry about marriage.

  10. ‘Contact me’ on this website with your case details if you need any help. Remember, never come to India to take her back. You may never return to your country.

Remember, no amount of caution can save you if you are with the wrong woman. It is advisable to avoid all Indian divorcees or any Indian girl if you are highly placed foreigner in India.

Hope this helps. It is found that foreigners from US, UK, Canada and Sweden are worst affected.

Best of luck.


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Name: JB

Comment: US in 2005., Canada even today, Australia even today has advisories to their citizens for traveling to India. Advisory – to beware of False cases in India.

Shinning India has whining International travelers. Still, Indian government is fueling feminism.

Not long, soon all countries will stop sending tourists to India.

Amnesty International claiming every Indian man as a sexual predator

Amnesty International at SMW BangaloreAmnesty International is running a campaign for women safety and saying that “According to govt. data” (later they have clarified that it was according to NFHS survey of 2005-06) only 1% sexual crimes against women are reported. They are also claiming that the number may be more.

A quick look at India’s crime statistics from National Crime Records Bureau (NCRB) shows the following data for the year 2013 –

  1. Number of rapes reported – 33,707
  2. Assault on women with intent to outrage her modesty (IPC 354) – 70, 739
  3. Insult to the modesty of women (IPC 509) – 12,589

This gives us a total number of reported sexual crimes to 1,17, 035.

Considering Amnesty claim to be true and only 1% of sexual crimes are in fact reported in India we find that as per Amnesty’s claim there are in reality 1,17,03,500 (aprox 1 crore or 10 million) sexual offences happening in India.

Going by the NCRB data for the year 2013 of arrests of criminals in different crimes we find –

  1. Average people arrested in rape – 1.25
  2. Average people arrested in Assault on women with intent to outrage her modesty (IPC 354) – 1.23
  3. Average people arrested in Insult to the modesty of women (IPC 509) – 1.17

For simplicity of calculation if we consider at least one man as culprit of each of such crimes then we find every year at least 1 crore or 10 million Indian men are committing any sexual crime against women.

According to Census 2011 India adds approx. 1 crore or 10 million men to the population every year.

This shows that Amnesty is claiming that every Indian man is a sexual predator.

Here is the Link of Amnesty campaign.

I don’t care what is there in NFHS survey or whether that is true but what I do understand that this campaign of amnesty is definitely demeaning for Indian men and anyone remotely related to this campaign needs to be severely punished.

Now, it doesn’t matter if as an Indian man you have always violently protested against rape or demanded extreme punishment of any other sexual offenses against women. You are now being termed as sexual predator by Amnesty. If you have ever supported this campaign or promoted Amnesty in any manner or donated funds directly or indirectly to them that is being used to show you (or your father, son or brother) as a sexual predator today.

This campaign of Amnesty also shows that all previous viral campaigns against rape were primarily aimed at demeaning Indian men and making them rapists. If you still did not understand it here is the direct proof.

If as an Indian you have strong objection to this campaign and if you want severe punishment to the Amnesty campaigners please boycott them in all platforms, make this viral and share this with everyone you know. Protect your dignity else you (or your son / brother / father) may get a sexual predator tag by global bodies like Amnesty.



1. Amnesty spreading misandry at SMW Bangalore conference

International Men and Gender Equality Survey (IMAGES)

[The survey findings presented as is, without author’s opinion. Readers are free to comment, analyze]

International Centre for Research on Women (ICRAW) has done a study on men’s role in gender equality in 2011.

The activities of this survey included –

  1. Multi-country policy research and analysis on Public policies to promote gender equality.
  2. A quantitative household survey conducted in seven countries including India
  3. “Men who Care” study of on-depth qualitative life history interviews of men

Countries covered – Brazil, Chile, Croatia, India, Mexico, Rwanda and South Africa

Main aim of this study was –

  1. To provide policymakers with evidence based, practical strategies to engage men in gender equality to include men in the areas of –
  • Sexual and reproductive health
  • Reducing gender based violence
  • Fatherhood
  • Maternal and child health
  • Men’s health needs

Key findings

1. Work Related Stress – 34-88 % men reported stress due to low income or having no work. They are more likely to report – Depression, Suicide Ideas, Previous Arrests and Violence against intimate partners –

Work Related Stress

2. Gender Attitude – Most Indian men showed Gender Inequitable Attitude.

GEM Study

3. Homophobic attitude – 92% Indians said they will be ashamed to have a gay son

Men's attitude towards homosexuality

4. Relationship Dynamics and Domestic Duties – 16% Indian men said they play equal or greater role in domestic duties whereas in other countries it was around 50%.

Sharing personal problems

Participation in domestic duties

Men's participation in Domestic duties

Link between father and son's domestic duties

Satisfaction with division of house work

5. Sexual Satisfaction – Men generally showed more sexual satisfaction than women. Women who said that their partners do more domestic work were found to be more sexually satisfied. 98% Indian men said they were satisfied with their stable partners.

Sexual Satisfaction - men n women

Reporting sexual experience in last month

Women speaking with partner about sexual satisfaction

6. Parenting and involvement in childbirth – Most men with children had never been to a delivery room during their child’s birth. Unemployed men are more likely to be involved in daily caregiving of the children.

Men's accompaniment during prenatal visits

Pre-natal leave of men

Daily Care by men

Employment status and child care

7. Health Practices and Vulnerabilities – Younger men and men with more inequitable gender attitude found to regularly abuse alcohol.

Alcohol Abuse

Prostate Exam

HIV Test

8. Abortion

Abortion decision making

Induced Abortion

9. Self-Esteem – Men generally reported high level of self-esteem with the exception of Croatia and India. Men also have high level of suicide ideation and depression.

Negative Statement of Well being

Employment status and child care

  • 2 % men in India reported suicidal thoughts in previous one month
  • 4% men said they frequently have stress about less income

..and now we know the reason of high suicide rate among Indian men –

Seeking help when depressed

10. Violence and Criminal Practices – Intimate Partner Violence perpetrated by men was found ranging between 25 to 40 percent. Violence by women on men NOT captured.

  •  This data is not presented here as the survey was done in a biased manner only to capture one sided violence.

11. Transactional Sex – Between 16 – 56 percent men reported transactional sex. Men with lower education, less gender-equitable attitude and those unhappy with current partner indulge in this.

  • 27% men admitted to going to a sex worker for paid sex

Attitude towards female sex worker

Attitude towards male sex worker

12. Knowledge and attitude towards policies and laws related to gender equality – Men in all countries with exception to India supported gender equality saying – ‘Men do not lose out when women’s rights are promoted’. Men reported highest exposure to gender based violence campaigns and in all countries they have shown negative attitude towards the laws related to gender based violence.

Only India and Mexico data presented here –

Reaction to quota

Men's exposure to messages about violence against women

Exposure to VAWA

Men's attitude about VAWA Law

Conclusions (In the report)

  1. Work Related Stress is a major factor and common occurrence in men’s lives
  2. Gender attitude matters
  3. Men are generally positive about gender equality, exception India
  4. Educated men are most likely to live gender equality in their daily lives
  5. Childhood experiences matter, affirming the need to engage men in gender equitable practices in the lives of children
  6. Men have experienced and used violence in multiple ways
  7. Address the structural factors of gender equality and being empathetic towards factors like high levels of childhood experiences of violence, high work related stress, unspoken depression and suicidal thoughts