Radio Tagging an act of Human Rights Violation

I have been supporter of security measures implemented by Government agencies, whether with use of legislature or through the implementation of technology. But, I could not agree with radio tagging of students. In my view its shear breach of Human Rights and violates the right to personal liberty/privacy and is reinforcement of the slavery/bondage mentality. The Britishers are better in this. They just deport illegal immigrants. In this era of radio/tele communication, there are other/better technology tools available to keep a watch on demographic field and every individual can be tracked 24 hrs of a day. Some of these tools does not require any sort of collar or tagging, then why, there is a need to put a locked tag on Indian students? In case of criminals, I may agree with radio tagging, but for students it just blows the boundaries of a democratic nation theory. This is the worst mode of security implementation, I have ever seen. Mr. Obama are you sleepy? Wake up man. Stand for liberty and protect Human rights of these students. This just reflects colonial slavery mindset nothing more.

VIDEO : PMO apologises for Ad goof-up

Sunday, Jan 24th, 2010

Indian PMO apologises, Ex-PAF chief in Indian Government’s advertisement
The advertisement appeared on Sunday, Jan 24 on the occasion of ‘National Girl Child Day.’ Ex- PAF chief, Tanvir Mahmood Ahmed’s photograph appears in the advertisement along with Manmohan Singh, Sonia Gandhi, Minister of State for Women and Child Development Krishna Tirath, and cricketers Kapil Dev and Virender Sehwag.
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Indian Politics “Poly-tics”

Indian Politics “Poly-tics”


Mr. Shashi Tharoor is into Indian politics now days. I was astonished when he failed to win UN Secretary General’s post and thought some world politics might have been the reason, otherwise he seemed so intelligent and peace loving personality. But now his recent statement on economy class passengers Continue reading “Indian Politics “Poly-tics””