In India,you make one thing wrong...and your life can go wrong...

India
February 19, 2009 11:43pm CST
I have read an article about a MMS scandal with a gal in delhi...Here society when talking sth wrong about somebody they forget they are talkng about a human being... You do just one thing wrong an your life can be a mess... Life shudn't be like that... Life of that gal was spoiled just because of society!!!
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@coolmailraj (2461)
• India
20 Feb 09
I some how feel that it is a bit wrong on the part of the girl as well. We all know about the atmosphere and people around then why not to take your self seriously. My elder brother has always said that once you are out of your home you are the one responsible to anything that happens to you. Though i don't know about the scandal you are talking about but I can feel what you might have read.
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• China
20 Feb 09
Why not for the person who do wrong move to other places and start from the very beginning, not so bad actually, if only not crime. You could not make everyone like you and think for you in your position. You don't care and keep silence, show them you will be a greatest person, at least greater than them.
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• India
20 Feb 09
Seems very easy but can u think shifting to a new place and start to live there isn't that easy buddy...
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• Chennai, India
20 Feb 09
Not only India, it's everywhere. In fact, it is less in India. Did you forget what happened to Princess Diana? Money is the root cause of all evils. People go crazy for money, thoughtless. I agree, what you said is correct. One wrong step could ruin everything.
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• India
20 Feb 09
Yes, But it shouldn't be the way it is... dont you feel... It isn't good...we dont have any right to ruin somebody's life...
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@srganesh (6349)
• India
20 Feb 09
Whether it is India or anywhere around the World,how can you expect people to be nice to persons who do scandals?Eventual punishment will stop other people not to repeat it again.Let she be a bad example to follow.
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• India
20 Feb 09
Well it wasn't bad to the person who did the scandal...but it was much bad with the girl who was the victim of this... you know she turned into a wrong profession...Just for one mistake...Do you feel people were good to her...And this is only the way it happens always... And it was 5 year back in delhi...
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@ketybhagat (4125)
• India
20 Feb 09
Firstly we dont know whom to believe. The girl says she was unaware of his taking the video, so if that were the case, then she should not be punished. In fact she needs the sympathy of p eople so that she can overcome this embarassement. I read that the college is protecting h er and giving her a councellor to make her feel better. This revengeful attitude of the boy should be punished and it is he who should be sent to jail for circulating h er video. Assuming that she did it knowingly , that does not give him the right to circulate the clip. She did it with the confidence that it will only be between them. He is a swine of the first order and I would definitely side with the girl. Who gave him the authority to do such a vile act. If they broke up, fine. Go your own way and forget this. Taking revenge is the worst deed one can do, and how !
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@jshekhar (1563)
• India
20 Feb 09
Hello Neha, I appreciate your strong views about it but in the first place, don't you think the girl was also at fault to have allowed someone to photograph her in that position? I know it was her boyfriend but still, how can you trust someone so much? And even if you trust him, how can you allow someone to take your photographs like that? However, I do feel that it is the fault of the society as well, because they are the ones who take pleasure out of someone else's pains. Welcome to the my lot family.. happy earning!
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