Thursday, December 27, 2012

Gangrape, Subhash Tomar & Monkey-Fisted Media



Monkeys are usually known to be intelligent creatures. That is, except when they’re hungry or greedy. In the old days they would trap a monkey with a cage containing a banana with a hole large enough for a monkey's hand to fit in, but not large enough for a monkey's fist (clutching the banana) to pull out. These were used to trap and catch monkeys that lack the intellect to let go of the banana. After the Delhi Gang-rape incident, there were monkeys trapped everywhere; some from the GOI, some from the Delhi govt and some from the Delhi Police. Nothing unusual about that, govts and police are often caught in monkey-traps of their own making. The Gang-rape, the protests and the death of Constable Subhash Tomar had everyone trapped. Some from the media were trapped in a different monkey-trap; Twitter and Social Media. They never learn! They never learn that Twitter and Social Media are made up of unforgiving people with REM. That’s Random Excess Memory. The monkey in the pic is probably asking a friend “Oh God, how do I pull out of this one”?

The media always expects people will forget but that doesn’t happen in social media. The monkeys keep making the same mistake. Before the current series of incidents over the Gang-rape we have had quite a few incidents this year. There was the Guwahati molestation case with some channels airing videos without blurring some images. There was the Assam riot and killings when Rajdeep Sardesai fell into the monkey trap of tyranny of distance, of deaths being lower than Gujarat and lack of OB vans. Rajdeep did apologise and, to his credit, both he and his channel have done a lot better in handling the present crises. Following that we had the Azad Maidan protests by secular and civilised people. And yes, we had the exodus of North-East people from Pune, Hyderabad and Bangalore. The Bangalore exodus peaked, of all days, on Independence-Day. Fond memories, eh?

During the Bangalore exodus most of us relied on tweets from the ground, from the railway stations. The media, of course, didn’t have a clue what was going on. During that episode the Karnataka Home Minister even rushed to the station to pacify people who were fleeing out of fear unlike the present crisis where ministers were floating on media channels. So in steps our heroine to warn us all idiots. These two tweets from Barkha Dutt are Gyaan from the upper most peaks of the Himalayas. First she says “Think”! Think before you use words and don’t add to rumours. Ahem! You need to be “propah” at all times on your choice of words. Did you learn? In the next one she says “please do not add to the panic and rumours, let’s be assuring, calm and sane”. Did you get it? You see, nobody learns, least of all Barkha. Having dipped her hand in that crisis she went on a tweet-spree that night. She tweeted about Union Ministers calling the Karnataka CM, that there was no exodus, Assamese were going on vacation, that all that was rumour-mongering. Truth is she didn’t really appear to have any facts at all.

Facts? Did someone mention facts? Oops! Only a few people have a monopoly on facts. Don’t they? Barkha believes she is one of them.  She doesn’t allow ‘imagination’ to interfere with her reporting or tweeting, does she? It’s a small matter, though, that her nonsense about “Lumpens among protesters” was demolished and her hypocrisy exposed in my earlier post. But following the discussion of lumpens, the next day there were indeed some lumpen elements deputed to the venue of protests. They managed to ignite violence, damage property and cause injuries. Nobody is in doubt which group these lumpens belonged to and which political party may have engaged them. It is after this round of violence (On December 24) that we heard about a Constable being killed in the violence.

Victory to GOI! Now that there was violence and somebody had been killed, the govt had the moral ground to state that the protests had been hijacked by political elements. Oh! Not just the govt, even NDTV headlined “Student protests hijacked by violence”. Who reported the constable first? Oh yeah! It was Barkha Dutt. She tweeted that a constable (Subhash Tomar) had died as a consequence of the violence. Fact? Fact-checked? Nope! So Barkha deletes that tweet and a while later tweets that the constable was critically injured and taken to hospital. Remember, she is careful in her choice of words; she is avoiding rumours and trying not to create panic and maintain sanity. Just like her Bangalore episode, right? Following her tweet, her channel also picks up her news-feed and keeps shouting “Cop critically injured” by protesters. Truth is: Not one media house or reporter, least of all Barkha, had any shred of evidence that the cop was injured by protesters. This is how the monkey traps itself. And having trapped itself it can’t let go of the banana. Read this post by SudhirKumar on the whole episode and these storified-tweets of media actors by BarbarIndian on the callous and unprofessional reporting by them.

On the morning of December 25, the constable, Subhash Tomar was reported dead around 6.30am. Suddenly, the govt announced a state funeral. Imagine death, post-mortem, organising police groups from protest sites can all be time consuming tasks. But hey, our govt and Delhi police are so hyper efficient they managed it all and by 4pm in the afternoon Subhash Tomar was cremated with full state honours. Believable? They just didn’t imagine someone else will turn up with a story. An eyewitness! Yogendra Tomar (in pic), a journalism student of BR Ambedkar College, who was also involved in protests but returning from a hospital saw Subhash Tomar collapsing. So he and another injured protester (returning from head injury treatment), Paolin, helped the constable and tried to revive him. Two other cops were with them. By evening on Dec.25, after Subhash was cremated, Yogendra was on many TV channels, including NDTV-Hindi, giving his version of events. He confirmed nobody attacked Subhash and he collapsed while running. The lady who was helping, Paolin, confirmed his story. Now take a look at this picture (The video is also available on Youtube):

What do you see? We can see Subhash lying on the ground, two cops and the two eye-witnesses trying to help revive him. The cop’s shoe has been removed. There’s a bystander in the left pic. Clear enough! Now, observe closely. There’s some smoke (probably tear gas) about an estimated 300 metres from this group. That seems to be some conflict in progress. But look around Subhash and the group. Does it look like it was a conflict zone? There are no broken items like bangles, watches or spectacles. There are no visible drops of blood anywhere. No pools of water or plastic water bottles. There are no stones or rocks around the cop. There are no shoes or slippers strewn around like you would find in a conflict zone. No blunt objects (with which the media claims Subhash was attacked with). No tear gas shells. There’s nothing! Even the Youtube video I mentioned above only shows some mild debris strewn around. Some may be regular stuff on the streets that you find and some may be from a minor clash at the most. Paolin also told CNN-IBN that when the shirt of Subhash was opened there were no injuries on his chest but it was full of sweat. Cold sweat?

Therefore the theory that Subhash fell after being attacked seems pretty dubious. And there is no evidence whatsoever anywhere to indicate it. Also, the body movement, the slouching or falling head of Subhash has not been explained anywhere convincingly. However, during the course of the day on December 26, it did not stop Barkha Dutt from her tweet-spree trying to link the death of Subhash Tomar to various unrelated issues, even in Kashmir to cloud the issue. NDTV and other channels continued to maintain he had died due to injuries sustained on the field. The hospital where Subhash was taken does not mention any external injuries. It is quite amazing that in an attack in a conflict with a mob, a person suffering injuries leading to death can completely escape any external injury. But even without the post-mortem report the police spokesman mentioned yesterday morning that Subhash had chest, stomach and neck injuries and then stated he could make comments only after a post-mortem report. All these conflicting reports only indicate either a massive bungling or a massive cover-up. Last evening, not a single caller on Times Now believed the story dished out by the media or the govt.

For someone who sermonises from the Himalayas, Barkha herself started this whole nonsense of speculation over Subhash Tomar. Her channel then continued to tom-tom the story that Subhash died as a consequence of injuries. They neither had any evidence nor any convincing report to rely on. Barkha didn’t have any fact-checking done either when she tweeted the cop was killed (and she claims few people have the guts for facts only). Or was it that he had already died on the streets when she tweeted? Did her reporter tell her that? Barkha, as is her political persuasion, doesn’t fail to point a finger at the Right Wing over the post-mortem report in her series of tweets. And after all her speculation through tweets she states she won’t tweet anymore about Tomar. Haha! Bravo! Is there anything that she had still left ‘untweeted’?

In all of this what one misses to observe is that collectively, NDTV and similar channels have more or less given a clean-chit to Sheila Dikshit and the Congress for events that happened in Delhi and the crimes that have made it a rape-capital. It’s almost as if Sheila Dikshit is an angel who is now a victim who is complaining like everyone else. It should be clear on hindsight that the media monkey that dipped its hand into the cage got stuck with the banana. Their lies and spins stand exposed once again. Only thing left untweeted is “Mission Accomplished”! Someone led them to that trap and you can guess who. In the meantime, with all the noise about Subhash Tomar, that 23-year old Gang-rape victim has been reduced to another comma in the story.

74 comments :

  1. Awesum Piece friend,Awesum Piece, Its like a nail in the coffin

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  2. The PC claim that the constable had chest injury. But he was wearing chest protective gear. Then how it happened?. Poor quality of protective gear?. Why the constable was not provide hand shield or helmets. The PC is responsible for not providing proper equipment to the constable. Will he own responsibility and quit?

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    1. Is it Police Commissioner or PC Lungi, you mean?

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  3. Great Analysis Ravi. Will truth about death of Const. Tomar ever come out? No the whole medical, Police, Judicial fraternity is in pockets of madam and her Poodles. Will the rape victim will ever get justice? No, all the Fu$$$$g commissions and enquiries are led by judges on payroll of Congress Party. I would suggest that I I'll accept enquiry by three Foreign Judges only. I have lost trust in Judges.

    As for Barkha, least is said better it is. After all she heads the lumpen elements of MSM. Sometimes the passions can take wrong turn, when the people accept lower values for personal pleasures! Probably she is a born sadist!

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  4. How can they conduct a funeral so fast to a guy whose cause of death is disputed. Atrocious behaviour. In Tamilnadu news channels they are repeating that the constable was died because of the injuries happened during the protest.

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  5. Is the eyewitness Yogendra Tomar or Yogendra Yadav? A fleeting glimpse at a TV channel - i don't know (or care) which one - was saying his name was Yadav. Just a small point of course. Doesn't change the meat of the article. Even the Indian Express yesterday was screaming about the death of the "injured" constable. Saale media aur govt waale mritt constable ki chitaa sek kar apni thhand door kar rahe hain.

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  6. You missed one more point that media tried to label Yogendr as AAP member but later he said he doesn't belong to any party.This itself expose their(media persons)retard mentality.

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  7. Superb article, I guess Ayesha Darboo urf Boorkha Dutt might send you a marriage proposal ;)

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  8. Awesome work! There are a lot of loopholes in the govt's version of this story and everyone is paid enough to keep his mouth shut.

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  10. Feel sad for Tomar's family...

    And again great Shame on Media who are doing business of Lives and yet more business out of deaths!!!

    Great article...You have got GOD GIFT of expression power!

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  11. Not only your post, but the choice of the cartoon too is excellent. See the media queen's tweet carefully "For once let’s be assuring, calm and sane." She wanted to be calm and sane at the least ONCE in her life. Whether she succeed or not is anyway known to everyone

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  12. How many of the policemen who died during the Mumbai attacks received state funeral? How many of them received one day's salary from their peers? Unfortunately this cheap attempt to deviate from the core issue i.e., lack of solution to the ever increasing frequency of rapes, fell just as flat as our PM's theek hain speech

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  13. Would it be more comparable to the circus clown in an act of bravado puts his head into the lion's jaws and the lion just closes it's jaws :-))

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  14. Why is she getting targeted? Is it because along with all other issues she raises issue like Kashmir also? It is so easy to write one such article burning mid night lamp and post in the wee hour of morning than to do unbiased journalism. Grow up man, don't play with the emotion of our people who is already thin skinned with emotional waves taking the form of Tsunami at this hour of crisis.

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    1. Some of us find manipulation of public opinion through outright lies, half truths, twisted news and unprincipled journalism unpalatable. Today, the president's son finds the attire and make up of women objectionable, the PM in a speech terms unemployed poor as the root cause for crimes (maybe he is a strong supporter of Bal Thackeray), the apcc chief feels that the rape in Delhi is a minor incident. Many of us are fed up with the congress for this and many other failures. 'She' is getting targeted for her support of the congress and for reasons mentioned above. If you like her reporting, none of us are criticizing you.

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    2. If you are criticizing congress, it's lack of governance and their MPs are coming up with rubbish, everyone will join hand in hand with you. But if you are talking about proximity of Barkha with congress, I don't agree. She criticize congress, she criticize congress governance but along with that she also criticize BJP governing states as well as highlight human right issues.

      Yes we have the immature media and if you want to talk about the Indian media then talk in totality and don't target any individual journalist.

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    3. barkha criticising congress ??? get real and stop smoking what you are smoking

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    4. Mr Mahmood,

      Wake up and smell the coffee! I would love for you to point out cases where she has criticized or at least has questioned Congress like she does the BJP and every anti-congress fraction. And, are you forgetting the Radiagate? the current crop of media is worse than North Korea's state sponsored mumbo jumbo.
      Just have a look at Kargil, 2002 riot, taj shootings and it will give you an input to why people loathe her. The media today is clearly a case of report what keeps them in power. And the writer here has clearly pointed this out.

      Kudos!

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    5. @Amir Mahmood... What did you say "Barkha & Unbiased Journalism"?? U mentioned a perfect Antonym... And u say "Grow Up" to Ravinar!!! LoL... Go & watch NDTV man, that channel is being run for people like you only... Why do u even come here!!!

      U say this is the first article u r reading from this blog and u pass judgement... That says all... I wonder y u still live in India, go to ur country (if it can be called one) man... that's where morons like u belong to...

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  15. Barkha Dutt is surely on her way to be a Rajya Sabha member - and gguess which party would nominate her.

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  16. Here Comes another bunny of the banana republic. You said we attack here becuase "she raises issue like kashmir"...
    Ha ha... Even Rahul Gandhi raised the issue of some poor woman called kalavathi, does that absolve all his other political crimes of incompetency,low attendance in legislature and his pig headedness. Barkha and unbiased journalism, these are like two opposite poles on the earth, remember the radiatapes affair, if it had been an honest govt, she would have been behind bars. The corrupt police and ineffective courts is her actual alibi.

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    1. And here you see the lotus is popping out of someone's mouth. If Barkha is a biased journalist then so is Arnab, Rahul, Rajdeep and so on even if your forget hindi journalists. And if you are a fair critic criticize the whole media rather than highlighting one individual. At least she has the guts to dig in the grave and try to uncover bigger issues related to human right.

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    2. @Amir Mahmood,

      As the worst journalist in the country, Barkha Dutt will naturally get a higher share of lampooning. Secondly, Kashmir issue is in the context of Subhash Tomar's death which had no connection. Are you defending that? Thirdly, it appears this is the first article you are reading here. I have called Barkha, Arnab, Rajdeep the lowest BAR in journalism. There are at least 400 posts before this. Just click on any of those. And even if those posts had not targeted the whole media, what exactly is your problem if Barkha is criticised? That itself is no reason for you to grieve. Question the contents of the post rather than bringing in bleeding-heart defences. I might criticise her for the next 384 articles too. It depends on who screws up more.

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    3. Yes this is the first article I have read of yours. You have all the rights to write next 420 article against her and no one can stop you if you are already intended to do so. And it's you who have brought Kashmir along with Tomar's death in the very first place. Here the issue is not only related to Tomar's death rather bigger issue is the on going rape culture in the country. And when we talk about rape we should talk about it happening everywhere be it Delhi, Manipur or Kashmir. No Hierarchy of rape and sorrow please.

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    4. @Amir Mahmood

      Dont comment out of ignorance. The Kashmir reference was made by Barkha in her tweets on the post-mortem report of Subhash Tomar. The post implies it and I thought my response to you already clarified that. Maybe you didnt get it. So do go and read her tweets from yesterday and you will find it. Now its for you to explain what connection Kashmir has to Subhash Tomar.

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    5. @Amir Mahmood

      As for rapes happening elsewhere that is not the context here. The whole issue is about fake tweets on Subhash Tomar's death and the history of hypocritical tweets of Barkha. If you are confusing this post to be an article on rapes then you are reading it incorrectly.

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    6. In this case you may call her frantic but not hypocrite. She updated as and when truth uncovered. And there are dotted points from Tomar's death to Kashmir where she wanted draw the line in her tweets. Here is a cop who has died in the protest and we want wanted to believe in one side of the story which is of protester and completely disowning the police, on the other hand women in Kashmir getting harassed and even raped by cops again we want to believe in one side of the story. But this time story of Cops and not of victim and protester there. Can we do some balancing act? This what I believe her intention was behind that tweet.

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    7. She updated? First, she has no business to constantly tweet rubbish without proper confirmation of facts. She claims to deal only in facts. Which has been established to be a falsehood. There are dotted points from Tomar that lead to Kashmir? Why stop there? You could have gone all the way to Tahrir square as Barkha does.

      You can call her frantic if you choose. Nobody would have a problem with that. What I have put up points clearly to her being a chronic hypocrite. She is indeed a hypocrite and I have established this with not one but many incidents and episodes on her conduct and journalism.

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    8. If you have freedom to write 420 articles of 110 pages against her, then she too has right to say something in 140 letters. Freedom of speech not only reserved for you sir. And Tomar case is still a subject of investigation, you can't jump to a conclusion without having a final words from investigating agency.

      Yes there is a visible line from "Tomar's death" to "Kunan Poshpora incident" which you don't actually want to see. I thought you are a fine critic but one criticism out of dozen of praise and you fled to Tahrir square. Have some heart and courage to accept some criticism also.

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    9. @Amir Mohammad

      Barkha can write what she wants in 140 or 1000.. As a public figure muddying the journalistic discours.. it will be questioned. Get used to it. Nobody has stopped anyone from saying what they want.

      Dont resort to childish remarks about tolerating criticism. You are yet to come up with one single question about the contents of the post. If Tomar is still a subject of investigation that was the reason Barkha should have avoided her stupid comments and judgements.

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    10. Dear Ravinar,

      Good Rebuttal. I would like to add here that the Problem of Kashmir is as much an Indian problem as the Delhi rape case. Unfortunately the muslim extremists in Kashmir do wake up only when human rights violations occur in Kashmir for furthering their seperatist agenda. Burkha Dutt fits well in this Kashmir web of hypocricy.

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    11. You are smartly avoiding the points were made. A trait of critic or a journalist, what should I consider? If my remarks were childish then look at your's immediate previous comment also and I know where it is coming from.

      By the way, went through some of your previous works and impressed with your close observation on Indian media.

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    12. @Amir

      If you know where "Im coming from" you should also know why I respond to you. Its because I do know where "you and your comments are coming from". If all I wanted to do is "avoid" you, it would have been easier to "block" you. That's something Barkha does regularly, not this blog. So now that we are clear I recommend you comment, if you like, with a different thread and not continue this one.

      And thanks for the compliment.

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    13. Boy , another monkey get fisted in this blog. It is hilarious when someone justifies the obvious Barkha journalism.

      Thanks for the posts Ravinar.

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    14. Amir a.k.a Barkha? By any chance, just asking. This kid logic and language is juvenile. Seeking syllabus of a whole Degree in one subject. Type of person who even suggesting don't seem to learn. He reads one article (I am sure it is Barkha-Avatar still referring to as He)and expects you to write on Obama's fiscal policy in a blog on Barkha's misdeeds. Baaah!!!
      Wondering why do you even bother to respond and invest time on these fake accounts of the Diva?
      While there, sly tweet (obviously she peeped here through Amir) against you when you never had a single sexist comment, justifications and more stupid excuses for that goof-up (eagerness to break the new and demonstrate access to inside info, Tweets hospital details before official announcements) and even as I type this comment, she still finds innovative ways to say she was justified in doing what she did. No wonder she is favourite bunny for every sensible tweep.

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  17. Hi,
    today our presidents son is in deep sh#t for saying that "dented " and painted women came to protest.
    what he alludes to is a women showing off her CAMEL TOE.
    if you have never heard of it—
    punch into google search KEENAN AND REUBEN KILLED FOR PROTESTING AGAINST EVE TEASING- VADAKAYIL
    i have shown a woman in yellow skin tights, displaying her CAMEL TOE .
    will you allow your daughter or sister or wife or mother to be in such a state of display in public? –with a padded bra for good measure?
    be frank!
    Also punch into google search RAPE AND RACISM- VADAKAYIL
    It is so easy to call men sexists !
    Capt ajit vadakayil
    ..

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  18. Third witness appeared now and he claims that he saw constable collapsed after hit by stone, police already recorded his statement.Story unfolding very fast.Hi Ravinar what do you think about this third eyewitness who appeared suddenly and silently.

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    1. It is as easy to get witnesses as buying brinjals. there will be more. They are behaving as though as in Emergency.

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    2. So far the new witness (Salim) who seems to have suddenly cropped up has stated stones were thrown at the cop. There is no evidence of stones around him, so let's wait and watch. Secondly, unlike the previous two witnesses there is no solid evidence he was actually there.

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    3. You can find out whether this guy was there at that time using his mobile network.Feel this guy is a stooge.

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    4. Ravinar was right! all are trapped monkeys. Better we are also not trapped. Social Media trail is unnecessary. One thing is certain that common Indian has become suspicious of everything and everyone. No! it is not issue of mindset but reality of surroundings.

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  19. In war also so many soldiers die.The constable's death is not even half percent of the actual brutality suffered by the rape victim which I refuse to call it as rape which is infact brutalisation. The constable might have been allowed to die so that they can embarrass the agitators.
    Even if some rioters belong to political parties, what is wrong with it? Dont they have right to protest?
    The media is overenthusiastic and wants to come to conclusion hastily. Remember the reporting during mumbai seize?
    the government is in between deep blue sea and the devil. If the rape victim dies, it will be a black mark. If she lives on, it will do damage as a living witness and victim who cant be stopped talking or seeking justice.
    Dont you feel that getting easy bails by all and sundry results in criminals roaming free most of the time?
    As usual criminals are ruling entertainment industry, politics, business with strong support from the media.

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  20. Whole nation now knows that Barkha Dutt is useless journalist...

    Its fruitless talking about sold out people with buyers...

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  21. Has it occurred to you that the constable might be trying to chase the goons who had hit him before he collapsed? It appears that the eyewitness saw the latter and then rushed to help him.

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  22. Sonia is painted,MMS is dented,Rahul is demented,UPA is tainted and to cover up- Barkha Dutt is rented"

    Ajuba

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  23. More than the corrupt journos who are either sympathetic to the GOI or are in the clutches of the people in power due to CBI cases, we common men are to blame for this mis-info. Hope the nation takes note.

    Kudos to bloggers like Ravinar and Kanchan Gupta and 100s of tweeples who bring out the true facts.

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  24. i was also surprised. with the efficiency police handed the boy and cremated the very next day, any real police wud know body will be of utmost importance as evidence.

    After all its an ongoing case. ALso the eight boys arrested from different parts. How moronic can you get.

    Somebody did mention. Police Chief is ambitious, as he is gunning for CBI director post. You see its dangerous if you hand a critical job not to a professional but a politically ambitious person.

    This are same police system who takes days to hand over bodies to the kin. and same system that put Kasab alive spending crores telling investigation is going on.

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  25. sir, epic expose! shamelessness and arrogance of power has screwed our system and conscience ,you nailed HER lies yet again.check mate!

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  26. Good article. One thing which I fail to understand is what what's Barkha is really gaining by supporting Congress. I fail to get this.

    More importantly she has let herself down in this episode.

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    1. Many reasons. Strong anti-Hindu feelings, Congress supports this as it used to win votes (but no longer, I feel). Second, hunger for power. Quote from Wiki - The Deccan Chronicle commented, "The ‘Radia tapes’ may have torn the veil off the nexus between information hungry journalists, lobbyists and industrialists, and opened everyone’s eyes to what has long been suspected - the ability of a small but powerful group to use their connections to influence policy." The Times of India commented "The people are showing who the boss is. The weapon in their hands is the internet, ... has seen frantic activism against "power brokering" by journalists in collusion with corporate groups and top government politicians..." Government in turn rewards the media with advertisements. Maybe Ravi should write an article on "What is wrong with Burkha"

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    2. Barkha is capable of talking and twisting facts. But she is cannot control emotions. Her true colors came out on two occasions. First on the day Allahabad HC verdict on Ayodhya. She came very close in calling BJP's Naqvi as "anti-muslim". Second one recent Gujarat elections. She had put best efforts to show that Muslims still hate Modi. But was embarrassed by response from Muslims.

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  27. Ravi, I don't think you owe an explanation for your views. Beware of plants to paint and dent. Poachers on the prowl to waylay the forum.Watch out.

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  28. Social media is becoming worse than MSM. It is nothing but junkyard where everyone can vent one's anger and frustration. For me it only worsened everyone wants to dump the idea and not debate. FB, twitter, blogs are nothing but sources of practical English vocabulary.

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  29. Ravinar,

    I am sure you heard "a wise foe is better than a foolish friend". Beware of fans, they can make you fanatic. I think objective of your blog is analyzing and criticizing the MSM. Stick to that. By crossing it you will be no different from MSM.

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  30. BRAVO...excellent analysis. The Diva will never learn from her mistakes....Keep exposing her biased & fake stories.

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  31. Dear Ravinar,

    Subramaniam Swamy recently said:

    "With all his plus and minuses, Narendra Modi has a spine, and that is his most endearing quality. Rare in India and in any political party."

    We need a strong, gutsy leader in India, not these spineless creatures and their stooges.

    Keep up the good work.

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  33. The young lady from NE with her head bandaged, is her name Paolin or Pauline? It would be great it you could clarify that.

    The monkey trapped with it's hand in the jar maybe too stupid to let go of the banana. Barkha is not stupid, just shameless.

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  34. Lie, utter lie and BD is the modern-day degree of comparison to be taught in educational institutions if the former is any fact

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  35. Tomar funeral was a Tamasha created by politicians to gain some sympathy from common man..Sorry,it won't work

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  36. The Indian media, the self-proclaimed champion of the cause of women's safety and liberty in the country, has been shouting at the highest-audible decibel, more so over the past few days. Now I have a question for them.

    Dear media guys, if you are demanding and are fighting for a just society and due respect for women, can you start with this? Do not carry any advertisement in your newspapers and on your television channels that portrays women in bad light and as a commodity. We all know there are many of them. Force your clients to come up with cleaner and better ads.

    The million-rupee question is, will you take a hit on your revenues for a social movement you claim to be spearheading? :)

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  37. It was a major initial step. It was my monster jump once again into the world, the planet, humankind and soul-challenging gravity in a manner of speaking. I can hear the two them talking, giggling, and drinking wine revolving around adoration's reality, allurement nation, mate's nation, and the split identity of the mushroom of the dark light of the fabric of the night. Ignited funeral heap

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