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Sunday, February 19, 2012

Topless Ukrainian women insulting Indian flag at ambassador Chander’s flat may get jail

Protestors outside Ambassador's residence
TOPLESS Ukrainian girls who last month staged protests outside the residence of Indian ambassador to Ukraine Rajiv K Chander and insulted the Indian flag could face criminal charges under Ukraine’s law. Four protestors may land up in jail for four to five years not because they stripped in public “for a cause”, but because they tore down the Indian flag, used it to bang the door and windows of Chander’s residence and threw it on the ground. Chander, a 1983 batch IFS officer with a previous stint in MEA as joint secretary, was not present when the incident took place.
The protestors from Femen had arrived in Indian dress and stripped to their waists before climbing up a ladder to reach the balcony of Chander’s residence. They were fiercely opposing to reported instructions by India’s external affairs ministry to carry out more checks of Ukrainian women aged 15 to 40 seeking Indian travel visa. The protestors showed placards that read “Ukraine is not brothel” and “I am not prostitute”. The temperature was minus 4 degree Celsius when the women stripped to stage their protests.
Rajiv Chander
There were reports in Indian media that many young women from Central Asian countries come to India, particularly the big metro cities, for prostitution. The trend supposedly reached the peak ahead of the Commonwealth Games hosted by New Delhi in October 2010. A few raids by Delhi police have confirmed such a suspicion.
Yet for Chander and other Indian diplomats, such protests could be challenging. After all, Indian diplomats are not trained to face anger from topless young women.

Babu Tweets
Vishnu Prakash, 1981 batch Indian Foreign Service officer and India’s ambassador to South Korea, was highly impressed by the innovation of Korean Railways. On Saturday, he posted a photograph in Twitter with a caption: “Seoul railway station even offers strollers for infants if needed by passengers”. Will Indian Railways take a cue?
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9 comments:

  1. For how long Indian Babus will continue to florish on other's ideas? When will original thinking and need based planning come to India

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    1. This is what actually we also require from every Indian to become world super-power, our original ideas which fits our own conditions and environment.

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  2. For how long Indian Babus will continue to florish on other's ideas? When will original thinking and need based planning come to India

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    1. There is something called learning from success stories.It is a good strategy and is widely used globally from the smallest to the biggest organisations.The babus can give ideas whether original or not but it is also the responsibility of a common man to see that these ideas work for the betterment of our country

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  3. would like to know if passengers in Seoul are generally poor,unhygienic(eg use toilets inside train at stations instead of the pay & use toilets),spits round,throws garbage anywhere other than dustbin?

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  4. @Subhash You are right, all the ambassadors keep whining intead of contributing something productive

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    1. How many Anbassadors do you know of who keep whining? Do you also know what have they achieved for our nation in their service life?
      Shalini

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  5. yes.. the great indian diplomacy is so good and great that we have nt been able to contain pakistan and also china .. the indian govt. here and its babus.. abroad are nothing bt bribe eating sloths who want to be honeytraped for one reason or the other..

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  6. and wow .. the babus implement policies it is the common person who should follow.. this the mindset of the indian civilservices... they still think that they are gods gospels.. and whatever they do is supreme..

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