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Yes, It is true, Indian Woman does not know what is her husband's real character. Get a Grip
Posted by: Indian Ladies wake up ()
Date: July 03, 2010 11:39AM

Former Haryana top cop S P S Rathore’s wife and counsel Abha resumed her arguments on Friday challenging her husband’s 18-month conviction for molesting teenager Ruchika Girhotra and said it was “highly improbably and impossible” that he would do it.

In her revision petition, Abha Rathore said the case against Rathore was “cooked up” and was a complete lie to implicate him. Abha told the court: “It cannot be believed that any sane man will try to molest a girl who is of the age of his daughter in an open room in broad daylight; nobody can be so foolish.”

Reacting sharply to her points, Justice Jitendra Chauhan said: “You cannot generalise how a person acts in a situation. A general statement cannot be made.”

Referring to the stand taken by the prosecution, Justice Jitendra Chauhan added: “It is highly improbable that a father would use his daughter for such an episode.”

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Re: Yes, It is true, Indian Woman does not know what is her husband's real character. Get a Grip
Posted by: Indian men leads a double life ()
Date: July 05, 2010 01:53AM

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China or India - Very hard to decide
Posted by: Mao visioned Chinese woman will make Chia proud and encourgaed woman to be free of male domination ()
Date: July 11, 2010 07:09PM

3 Olympic medals for a new India

Mao was right. Any society will not succeed without first emancipating their woman.

See what happened at Beijing Olympics.

2008 Beijing Olympics Medal Count

United States 36 Gold and Total medasl received: 110

China 51 Gold and Total medal received: 100

India 1 Gold and Total medals received 3

Yes, Mr. Rathore people like you are responsibile for downfall of India. Your fun crime pays out a good dividend. Now the world know why Indian woman will not get an Olympics medal. Creeps like you are the head of each and evey organization in India

80% of these Chinese medals are won by Chinese woman. That means Chinese woman are the ones who is making Chian pround. MAO was right.

Yes it is true, China won these 100 medals because Chinese woman are free and can make their deciisons.

Thanks to Mr. Rathore. Indian will men will decide what Indian woman will wear in the play ground. Thank you Mr. Rathore for taking care of our woman. Make us proud

Girls from the Southeastern Girls' Physical Education Normal School, from the covers of The Chin Fen Sports Monthly, 1934

The birth of the Republic was the true shot in the arm Chinese women needed to stimulate their athletic development, as their numbers in higher education leaped from some 27,000 nationwide to over 150,000 in ten years.

The corresponding athletic programs, and the PRC’s massive centralized sports administration system were enough to do away with the notion that proper Chinese women didn’t run and jump. However, China’s involvement in the Korean conflict led to a twenty year ban from the Olympics.

The 1984 Los Angeles games were China’s coming out party, and Chinese women acquitted themselves well, with nine medals (four gold). At the next games in Seoul, they won 14. But it was in Barcelona that a disparity in China’s performance emerged. The women took 12 of China’s 16 gold medals. In 1996, 200 of China’s 310 Summer Olympic athletes were female, although the international average favors men two to one, what with so many more events for them. If any Chinese males at the Sports Administration had a problem with their kind being shown up, they were wise enough not to let it affect their ongoing push to produce more and more outstanding female athletes. As Ren Hai, a director at the Center for Olympic Studies in Beijing, told Newsweek, “From a strategic view, women are our best hope for winning medals.”

And not just at girlie sports like diving (sorry Mr. Louganis). Chinese women’s consistently strong showings in manly pursuits such as football, basketball, and weightlifting are enough to suggest that, when the Chinese teenage courtship ritual of slap-fighting and shin-kicking turns hostile, smart money doesn’t give odds on the girl.

In Modern China, the image of women is always closely related to the image of the nation. During the New Cultural Movement starting in 1915, Chinese women were viewed as essential for making China into a new and modern nation and for bringing up future-oriented Chinese citizens. One of the central tasks was to liberate the feet of Chinese women and educate them. When Chairman Mao came to power in 1949, Chinese women were modeled into the socialist ideal of being the other half of the sky who could shoulder similar responsibilities as men to build a socialist China. Strong female soldiers, peasants and workers were part of the new nation. Since the 1980s, the image of Chinese women has dramatically shifted. An ideal Chinese woman should possess not only modern knowledge and skills, but also Confucian values of deference and feminine beauty. Feminine beauty has also become a hot commodity in the Chinese market. Beautiful women have more opportunities in China and earn more money in the entertainment industry.

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Indian Police - Cops or criminals ?
Posted by: Worst government agency - Indian Police. ()
Date: July 08, 2010 01:48PM

In India if you have a criminal mind, best place for you is Police department. You get the key to the Kingdom.

Survey shows 10 complaints against every 100 policemen in the capital of India -New Delhi, city ranks third after HP and MP in complaints.

In India prostitution is illegal. Howeve prostitution is rampant eveywhere in the country. Police get a cut on each prostitutes income.

In India, normally people avoid goind to police station even if you have a serous issue which needs police attention. Because compared to dealing with Indian police will become a greater problem than dealing with the situation you have on your hand,

Police in India is free to do anything. No body questions them. They can sell drugs, thay can engage in prostitution etc.

Indian police is the hand picked malitia of the ruling party and other political parties. They answer only to the ministers. They do not have any responsibity to the community.

Entire career of a police man depends on how he handles the political parties. If you do not play according to politicians and provide what they you will be serving in a remote forest location. iF YOU ARE A GOOD COP, YOU ARE SCREWED.

There is no community involvement. Police live in their police quarters which is entirely a different world. They do not even know the community they are serving.

Head of the police station will divide the bribes the station collects from prostitution, drugs, petty crimes amongst the policemen serving.

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Re: Indian Police - Cops or criminals ?
Posted by: Police is the private local militia for politicial parties ()
Date: July 08, 2010 03:32PM

If a major party want to lock down India (as happened few days ago in July 2010), it is possible because the police will make that possible.

Police in India do not answer to people. Police only answere to politicians.

Political parties (who ever is powerful) often use police to beat up other parties activists.

We need more public participation in police activities.

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Re: Indian Police - Cops or criminals ?
Posted by: So many poor woman give birth to Police kids in India ()
Date: July 08, 2010 04:09PM

In India no one complains about polcie irrespective of what they do.

It is a very common knowledge policeman go around and impregrante woman. These poor woman will not say anything until they become pregnant. Once she become pregnant policeman will get a transfer and move somewhere else.

Police know where to look. They look for tribal girls, poor girsl or girls who have some issues at home or with husband or girls' whose parents have some police issues.

Read the story of a tribal girl Kali, which happened in Keral recently.

It's been over 12 years now, but Kali, 29, can never forget that fateful night; the familiar police constable had forced himself into her little hut - and on her - leaving her completely wrecked. The psychological trauma apart, raising an illegitimate daughter hasn't been easy, especially since the father claims he has nothing to do with either of them. The village in which she lives, Tirunelli in Wayanad district of Kerala, is home to over 300 such unwed tribal single mothers; all victims of sexual exploitation. These women, some of them as young as 13, are struggling to survive along with their children.

When her case came up before the court, it was rejected on the grounds that she was "a woman with loose morals".

This is how decent Indians see girls who become pregrant - "a woman with loose morals". whether who cheated whom is not a concern. Woman is always at fault

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Old Indian Police saying - Time will take care of any case.
Posted by: Neve say 'NO' to an Indian men. You will be shot dead ()
Date: July 05, 2010 02:32AM

Indian legal system can save anyone who has money - Just delay the case and evidence will be no where to be found. Most of the cases against rich or powerful people will be delayed years and years. By the time Judge look into the case witnesses might have passed away, more serious murders had happened and best of all people has other things to worry about than worrying about a 10 year old case.

This is where Police plays a big part. Police simply do not cooperate even if the judge want to expedite the case. Police will not keep the case dairy or case dairy will be missing etc etc. This is wher the money plays a part.

Manu Sharma shot and killed a girl in point blank range in front of 90 guests. Not once twice he shot her in frot of the every one. But it took 7 years for the police to bring the evidence to table. So as expected after 7 years, the accussed was set free. This is called the " game of police delay ", which is a trick used all over India. A poor person can not survive 7 yeras hanging around the court.

Manu Sharma was born in 1977 to Venod Sharma and Shakti Rani Sharma. His father was a member of parliament in the Rajya Sabha in the 1990s, elected on an Indian National Congress ticket. He was later elected to the Haryana legislature. His uncle is the son-in-law of former President of India, Shankar Dayal Sharma.[3]

1999- During the summer of 1999, leading socialite Bina Ramani had been organizing “Thursday Special” nights, at her newly opened “Tamarind Court” restaurant, at Qutub Colonnade, a refurbished haveli overlooking the Qutub Minar in Mehrauli [2].

On April 29, 1999, it was the seventh and last Thursday Special of the season; also being celebrated was the foreign visit of Bina Ramani’s Canadian husband Georges Mailhot, for a period of six months. Though the restaurant was yet to receive its liquor license [3], drinks could be bought through discreetly marked ‘QC’ coupons, and on that night, several models and friends were serving drinks at the 'Once Upon A Time' bar, including Jessica Lall, Bina Ramani’s daughter Malini Ramani, friends Shayan Munshi, and others [2].

Previously, at 10 p.m., Manu Sharma alias Siddharth Vashisht, the 24-year-old son of former Union minister Venod Sharma, having skipped his planned visit to Chandigarh, drove up to the Friends Colony house of Amrinder Singh Gill (Tony), 32, a general manager of the Coca-Cola bottling unit in Delhi, where they were joined by 30-year-old Alok Khanna, a colleague of Tony, and Vikas Yadav, son of Rajya Sabha member, D.P. Yadav, a politician from Sambhal in Uttar Pradesh. The four had a few drinks and then drove down to Mehrauli in two separate cars. They reached Tamarind Court in Qutub Colonnade, at 11.15 p.m. Manu Sharma had already attended one of the special Thursday nights; subsequently they ordered a few drinks and stayed on [2]. Elsewhere in the town, event management specialist Shahana Mukherjee picked up ramp model Jessica Lal from her house at 10 p.m., and escorted her to a party, where she was to be the celebrity bartender that night, as was Shayan Munshi .

As it was a busy night, the drinks were soon over, at about 2 a.m. Manu Sharma asked for a drink, which Jessica refused; he then tried to offer a thousand rupees, which she refused as well. Though there are many versions of what happened next, sometime soon, the inebriated and enraged Manu Sharma shot at Jessica twice at point blank range, the first bullet hitting the ceiling. The second one proved fatal, as it hit Jessica, who was now kneeling over, on the temple and she fell unconscious immediately. Twenty minutes later, she was rushed to the Aashlok Hospital (in Safdurjung Enclave) in a car, and later succumbed to her injuries that same night at the Apollo Hospital [2].

Indian legal experts have questioned a Delhi court judgement that acquitted all the accused in the 1999 murder of a well-known model in Delhi.
Jessica Lal was shot dead in April, 1999 in the Tamarind Court restaurant, owned by the socialite Bina Ramani.

Manu Sharma, son of a Congress party leader and minister in Haryana state, Vinod Sharma, was the main accused in the case along with eight others.

2006 - On Tuesday the court acquitted all nine citing insufficient evidence.

Eyewitnesses at the time alleged that Lal was shot dead by Manu Sharma after she refused to serve him a drink.

The eyewitnesses later retracted their statements and the judge said the case presented by the prosecution had several loopholes.

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Indian Police is in the hands of Politicians. Politicians are in the hands of people who have money
Posted by: Delay the case. Witnessses will die by the time a case is tried in an Indian court ()
Date: July 05, 2010 02:38AM

This game is played all over India. Police will not co operate with the court. Police will come up with verious reasons to delay the case. Each day the case is delayed, the accussed has a bigger chance of walking out free. Police makes a handsome amount dealing with these type of cases.

Police all around India accept bribes. That is a truth.

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Date: August 09, 2010 01:00PM

Gaya, Apr 17, 2110: In yet another incident that destroys India's reputation as a tourist-friendly nation, a Japanese tourist, who was in India on a tour of various Buddhist pilgrim towns, was gang raped in Bihar.

Five unidentified men reportedly pulled the 25-year-old tourist out of an auto-rickshaw and took her to the Gaya railway station, where he gang raped her on Friday, Apr 16 night.

Superintendent of police, Sushil Khopade told a news agency that the victim lodged an FIR with the Amawa police on Saturday, Apr 17 morning.

The police has detained two people for questioning. A hunt has been launched to nab all the culprits.

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Date: August 09, 2010 01:03PM

Greater Noida,DELHI Apr 24, 2010: Four youngsters allegedly lured two girls into an apartment here and gang raped them on Friday, Apr 23 night.

The girls, aged 19 and 20, escaped from the apartment on Saturday, Apr 23 and approached the police.

The police sent the girls for medical examination before launching a hunt for the accused.

The police informed that the four culprits have been identified as Deepak, Jeetu alias Jitendra, Vicky and Prashant Kumar. While Jeetu and Vicky are employees of reputed companies, the two others are reportedly students

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Date: August 09, 2010 01:11PM

JANUARY 4,2010- Anil Raghuvanshi is the second suspect arrested for the rape of a Russian girl on a Goa beach. He was arrested at a bus stand and is said to be the man who distracted the mother while the girl was raped by his accomplice.

Goa police yesterday identified the suspect who sexually assaulted the 9-year-old Russian girl.

The suspect, Aman Bharadwaj, is from Uttar Pradesh and is the man who sexually assaulted the child. He is still on the run.

Police sources said the medical examination of the girl had confirmed rape.

The incident happened at Arambol beach on January 26 after which the Russian Embassy in Delhi expressed its outrage over the disgusting incident and demanded strict and efficient measures to ensure safety of its citizens visiting Goa.

The Russian family had arrived in Delhi on December 23 last year and travelled to Goa on January 1.

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Annie George Kolath wants Indian Culture to spread to NY by keeping the servants where they should be
Posted by: Annie George Kolath arrested ()
Date: April 20, 2012 04:16PM

FEBRUARY 29--A New York woman Annie George from Kerala, India, who lives in a 34-room, 30,000-square-foot mansion is facing a federal criminal charge related to her employment of an illegal alien who allegedly served as a domestic servant in a “forced labor situation” that included her working 17-hour days, seven days a week, and sleeping in a walk-in closet.

Acting on a tip received by the National Human Trafficking Resource Center, federal immigration agents last year removed the servant from the 12-acre estate (pictured below) on the Mohawk River in Rexford, a hamlet 20 miles north of Albany

Annie George's Mansion where an innocent girl was forced to sleep in a walk-in closet and served as a domestic servant in a “forced labor situation”

The servant, identified only as “V.M.” in a court filing, cooked for the George family, cleaned the sprawling mansion, and cared for the couple’s five children.

The George estate has a helicopter pad, an indoor swimming pool, 15 fireplaces, Scandinavian marble flooring, a four-story solarium, 24-karat gold gilded ceilings, a glass elevator, and an array of other features. Before his death, George’s husband listed the residence for sale at $30 million.

According to a criminal complaint filed Monday against Annie George, 39, the servant entered the U.S. on a non immigrant visa in 1998 to work for the family of a United Nations employee. She began working for the Georges in late-2005 after being offered about $1000 per month, a substantial pay increase.

In reality, “V.M” received sporadic minimal payments from the Georges. A U.S. District Court complaint estimates that the servant received about $29,000 over the five-and-a-half years she worked for the family. A U.S. Department of Labor investigation determined that the woman was “lawfully entitled” to a minimum of “approximately $206,000 for the entire approximate six years of V.M.’s work

Annie George Kolath-She knew the law, but the husband George Kolath was not there to help

Disaster struck twice for Annie George Kolath

Annie George, 39, better known as Annie Kolath and Sajimol George, and her husband George Kolath, who died with his eldest son in a private airplane crash on the Mohawk River in 2009, kept their domestic help in a “forced labor situation” in their 30,000 sq ft mansion in Albany for nearly six years, according to court documents.

Investigators said that after their servant V M was removed last year from the mansion, Annie George spoke three times with the woman’s son in India. During one telephone call, George suggested that the “son tell his mother to tell authorities that she was a relative of George’s family and was only staying at George s house as a guest.”

During the conversation, which the son recorded, George said: “If she says anything about working, it would become a big crime. They’ll start adding up all the taxes and everything, for all the time.” George appeared before a federal magistrate yesterday. She was charged with encouraging and inducing an illegal alien to reside in the US. She was released without bond.

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Kolath Mansion - Mansion of the doom sells for $1.9 million
Posted by: Did Mathai K. George Kolath ever owned his Kolath mansion?????? ()
Date: April 20, 2012 04:43PM

That current owner is a 39-year-old widow named Annie George, the mother of five children.

Tragedy struck Llenroc in June 2009 when a plane crashed into the Mohawk River, killing its owner, hotel operator Mathai Kolath George and his 12-year-old son George Kolath, Jr.

Annie George was left to raise the family's five remaining children. She also inherits a potential criminal predicament that allegedly began when her husband Mathai George Kolath was still alive.

For many people, the Llenroc Mansion in Rexford represents opulence and elegance. To others, it's a symbol of greed and corruption.

More than a decade after Llenroc's original owner, Al Lawrence, went to prison for his financial misdeeds, the property's current owner is now facing unsettling charges of her own.

A criminal complaint filed this week in U.S. District Court in Albany alleges that the family has had an illegal immigrant from India working for them for several years.

Court papers say the domestic worker, who speaks virtually no English, was hired for "cooking, cleaning and child care" and was expected to work from "approximately 5:45 a.m. to approximately 11 p.m. every day of the week....with no personal or sick days."

She says she was "never taken to a doctor or dentist during the entire period of her employment" and she "slept on the floor in a walk-in closet."

The U.S. Labor Department estimates the worker may have been shortchanged by "approximately $206,000."

Mathai K. George Kolath died in a plane crash.

A single-engine plane bounced along the runway and struggled to get aloft before it crashed into the Mohawk River on Sunday afternoon, witnesses said.

Divers pulled the bodies of a 52-year-old man and an 11-year-old boy from the 1969 Piper more than an hour after it sank to the bottom of the river, FAA spokesman Jim Peters said. A 41-year-old man who has not been located also is believed to have been aboard the plane, which crashed at 2:21 p.m. and sank in about 20 feet of water shortly after it took off from Mohawk Valley Airport, State Police Capt. John McCarthy Jr. said.

Authorities have not released the victims' identities. The plane is expected to be removed from the river today. FAA and National Transportation Safety Board investigators are expected to be at the scene today.

One of the apparent victims was George Kolath of the Sage Estates in Latham. Kolath, 41, also known as Mathai K. George, is a real estate developer who is currently trying to sell the famous Llenroc mansion in Rexford for $30 million. Llenroc is the palatial estate overlooking the Mohawk built by the late insurance magnate Albert Lawrence in the 1990s, before he lost his fortune and was sent to federal prison for fraud.

Kolath Mansion- It has a helicopter pad, 15 fireplaces, an indoor swimming pool shaped like a sailboat and ceilings gilded in 24-karat gold.

But the castle-like mansion known as Llenroc — one of the Capital Region’s most impressive and grandiose homes — has sold for a discounted sum that’s only a fraction of the original asking price.

The mansion at 708 Riverview Road in Rexford was once the pride and joy of disgraced insurance magnate Albert Lawrence, who built the home nearly 20 years ago and modeled it after the campus center at Cornell University.

In November, the mega-home was purchased for $1.87 million — far less than the $12.9 million asking price of two years ago and dramatically beneath the $30 million that an Albany-based hotelier sought for the property before he died in a plane crash.
The purchase price seems like a steal. After all, the home sits on 12 acres along the Mohawk River. It has Scandinavian marble flooring once valued at $3.5 million. The mansion also has 34 rooms, including 10 bathrooms; a five-story glass elevator; eight fountains; and underground parking for 20 cars.

To some, the house is a monument to greed and materialism. To Lawrence, the house was a monument to his financial success and to his alma mater. (Llenroc is Cornell spelled backward.)

But the man who headed Lawrence Group Inc., a Schenectady-based stable of insurers and underwriters, filed for bankruptcy protection in 1997. He lost his mansion to foreclosure that same year, but the mortgage holder allowed Lawrence and his wife Barbara to continue living in the home until its sale.

In 2000, Lawrence was sentenced to 20 years in prison for embezzlement, fraud and tax evasion in connection with the collapse of his business. He died in jail in 2002.

Joseph Costello, a commodities trader, and his wife bought the house in 2003 for $1.4 million, well below its $3.2 million assessed value.

Their real estate agent said the Costellos had become “empty nesters” and no longer needed a home so large, so they put Llenroc back on the market in 2007 for $12.9 million — on the eve of a real estate slump that made expensive real estate exceedingly difficult to sell.

Experienced Capital Region real estate agents rolled their eyes at the asking price.

“That seems like that was just fantasyland,” Scott Varley, a Saratoga Springs agent, said Friday.

But that didn’t stop Mathai Kolath George, a hotelier also known as George Kolath, from asking $30 million for the property earlier this year. George died in June, when the plan that carried him hurtled off a Mohawk Valley Airport runway and landed in the Mohawk River. His 11-year-old son also died in the crash.

It is unclear whether Kolath ever lived at Llenroc, but he marketed the property as the Kolath Estate and it seems he was planning to take ownership of the property at the time of his death.

A cancellation of a contract of sale between Costello and Kolath is on record with the Saratoga County Clerk. In early November, a deed was filed marking the sale of the property from Costello to an entity called Power Angels LLC.

Power Angels listed its address as an Albany post office box, but no other information about the buyer was available Friday.

It is unclear whether Power Angels plans to use Llenroc as a single-family home, although Clifton Park Town Supervisor Philip Barrett said Friday that no plans have been filed with the town to change the mansion’s use.

Real estate agents say the $1.9 million purchase price seems low, considering the size of the estate and that less opulent properties can be bought for the same amount.

Bob Blackman, who was involved in trying to sell the property after the Lawrence foreclosure, noted that Llenroc’s view of the Knolls Atomic Power Laboratory, across the river in Niskayuna, is a minus for some buyers.

And many potential buyers, he said, are turned off by the property’s more ostentatious and maintenance-intensive features, such as the indoor pool.

“You couldn’t rebuild it today for that price,” said Blackman, a vice president at RealtyUSA in Clifton Park. “But at the same token, all the amenities aren’t necessary things that people want.”

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Posted by: Power Angels LLC and Kolath Estate ()
Date: April 23, 2012 03:05PM

The story of the house is not a happy one, however. Lawrence filed for bankruptcy protection in 1997, after his Schenectady-based company collapsed. He lost his mansion to foreclosure, but he and his wife were still allowed to live in the house until it was sold off, and they ran it as a (massive) bed and breakfast inn. However, his dirty dealings from his insurance days earned him a 20-year prison sentence in 2000, and he passed away in jail two years later. The house was bought in 2003 by a commodities trader for a mere $1.4 million, who then tried to sell it again four years later for $12.9 million. Unfortunately, the demand for mega-houses in the Albany area is rather slim, especially with the Knolls Atomic Power Lab just across the river in plain view. A hotelier named Mathai Kolath George offered to buy the estate, but he and his son were killed in a plane crash before any deal was finalized. Kolath supposedly planned to try and sell the house for $30 million. A limited liability company (with the dubious name of Power Angels LLC) bought the mansion for $1.9 million in late 2009. The house has remained out of the news since.

In early November, a deed was filed marking the sale of the property from Costello to an entity called Power Angels LLC.

Power Angels listed its address as an Albany post office box, but no other information about the buyer was available Friday.

It is unclear whether Power Angels plans to use Llenroc as a single-family home, although Clifton Park Town Supervisor Philip Barrett said Friday that no plans have been filed with the town to change the mansion’s use.

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Indian HOT Sexy couple - Mahendar and Varsha Sabhani
Posted by: Indians in USA - Varsha & Mahender Sabhani ()
Date: July 25, 2010 11:01AM

New York, Dec 18, 2007

A wealthy Indian-American couple from Long Island, near here has been convicted in a slavery case involving two Indonesian women. A jury convicted the two, Varsha (45) and Mahender Sabhani (51), yesterday for forcibly keeping the women as housekeepers.

They were each convicted of all charges in a 12-count federal indictment that included harbouring aliens, involuntary servitude, conspiracy and forced labour. According to prosecution, the Indonesian women were forced to work for at least 18 hours a day and were subjected to frequent physical and psychological abuse. It described the case as 'modern day slavery.' The defense attorney, Jeffrey Hoffman, said he would appeal against the jury verdict.

According to assistant US attorney Mark Lesko, the two Indonesian housekeepers, used to send home 100 or 150 dollars of their monthly earnings every month. The defense lawyers argued the two women created the story of abuse to escape the Sabhanis for more remunerative offers.

They noted that the housekeepers knew witchcraft and might have abused themselves.

The Sabhanis, both natives of India, have already spent three months in prison. A judge later approved a bail for them for an amount of 4.5 million dollars. They were also asked to pay 10,000 dollars a day for security monitoring. Despite all this, they were kept under house arrest.

The Indian-American couple may now face up to 40 years in jail.

Catholic Charities looked after the Indonesian women, who had worked for the Sabhanis for five years, during the trial period.

According to the improsioned women..

They described how the two Indonesian women had been punished for misbehaviour such as sleeping late and stealing food from the dustbin to supplement their meagre meals.

The women said they had been beaten with brooms and umbrellas, slashed with knives, made to take freezing showers and climb stairs repeatedly.

One said she had been forced to eat several hot chillies and then her own vomit

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This guy got no dowry, But a fine nice pussy CAT
Posted by: Marriage without dowry ()
Date: February 14, 2010 11:34AM

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They were an unlikely couple from the start, as friends and relatives of Yesica Suarez and Akshaan Arora kept reminding them.

She's from Venezuela; he's from India. She's a devout Catholic; he's a Hindu-turned-atheist. She grew up speaking Spanish and watching telenovelas; he grew up speaking Hindi and watching Bollywood musicals.

Even at George Mason University -- where Suarez and Arora met and where immigrants and international students make the campus of 30,000 feel like the United Nations -- their melting-pot romance prompted friends to ask whether they knew what they were doing. They weren't sure how to answer.

"I never thought I would date anyone outside my culture," said Suarez, a 21-year-old senior studying information systems operation management.

"It's sometimes more easy to talk to someone who knows the language you do, who knows the culture you do," said Arora, a 21-year-old finance major.

The United States is home to every kind of immigrant -- Bosnians and Bolivians, Circassians and Frisians -- but when it comes to dating, and especially marrying, most people stick with their own kind. Of married immigrants in the United States, 10 percent are wed to immigrants from a different country, 19 percent to U.S. natives and 71 percent to immigrants from the same country, according to the Pew Hispanic Center.

There are plenty of reasons not to date across cultures: religious differences, family intolerance, social gatherings that are deadly boring for the significant other who doesn't understand the language. But in the densely diverse Washington area, many immigrants cross paths, and where paths cross, love can blossom.

It did for Suarez and Arora. They met in 2008 when they pledged the same professional fraternity at George Mason and immediately formed a tight friendship. Both had long-distance relationships -- she with a guy who lived in Venezuela; he with a woman in Sweden -- and they would talk on the phone into the early hours of the morning, counseling each other on love.

But when those relationships ended, the two started to notice things about each other.

"Her lips," he said. "Definitely her lips."

His eyes -- "big, brown puppy eyes," Suarez said.

Arora started behaving differently. "He was being more special with me," she said. "Like we'd be at a friend's party and he'd be like, 'Hey, are you going to stay late?' And he would get the pool stick for me, and not for anyone else."

Then, a year ago, he asked her to spend Valentine's Day with him in Baltimore. They walked around the Inner Harbor and watched a kids' magic show on the sidewalk. Arora seemed nervous.

"Normally, he's very talkative," Suarez said. "But he was so quiet. I was like, 'Come on, hey, what's up, we're best friends.'"

As the afternoon progressed, she got cold. He put his arm around her shoulders, and they kissed.

Family skepticism

But falling in love was just the first step. What would they tell their families?

For the first six months, they said nothing. Suarez's parents knew she had a friend named Akshaan, but only her younger sister, who was sworn to secrecy, knew they were dating.

When she finally broke the news to her parents, "at first, my mom was really confused," said Suarez, whose family moved to Woodbridge when she was 10. "She would say, 'He's from India, that's a different culture from you, he doesn't speak Spanish.' . . . She'd be like, 'Bring him over,' and totally interrogate him."

The interrogations didn't necessarily calm her fears. "She's like, 'Yesica, he doesn't believe in God, are you okay with that?' "

Jaclyn Chaudhuri, who blogs about intercultural relationships at, said that family members can be one of the biggest sticking points. "They're not sure what to talk about -- cultural references, TV shows, all the odds and ends that you share in growing up in a particular culture or particular nation, you just don't have those things to relate to."

Negotiating cultural chasms takes work, said Martha Silva, an immigrant from Colombia who married an immigrant from Iran 25 years ago. At social gatherings, Silva and her husband, Kambiz Karimian, limit the time they chat with others in Spanish or Farsi before switching to English.

"In Iranian culture, the men don't usually ask each other's wives to dance," Silva said, whereas in Colombia, that is common among friends. Silva now dances with friends they've known for decades, and Karimian doesn't mind.

Arora's parents live in India. "My mom really, really expected me to marry within my culture," said Arora, who came to the United States four years ago to attend college. In the absence of his parents, his aunts and sisters, who live with him in Vienna, vetted Suarez.

"I was so nervous," Suarez said. "Oh, my God, am I going to be like the awkward kid here? Are they going to ask too many questions? Are they going to stare at me?"

But the women bonded over girl talk. "They basically just sat down and talked about me. They just bashed me down for hours," Arora said, laughing as the couple recently shared a sundae pie at George Mason's food court.

The two cut striking figures on campus. He's 6-foot-3, with an open smile and those puppy eyes; she's 5-foot-10, with long, chestnut-colored hair and a wide, easy smile. At school, they cuddle often. But with his socially conservative family, they are careful not to be too "smoochy."

"We don't show a lot of affection in front of them," Arora said.

Suarez's mom, Florangel Pernia, said she'd always worried that American boyfriends might not be as family-oriented as Venezuelans. She had no idea what to expect from an Indian. But she was won over last year when Suarez had surgery.

"I was expecting a phone call later, but no, he showed up. He just stayed quiet in a corner, waiting and waiting all the time," she said. "I could see how concerned he was, trying to talk to the doctor."

Suarez couldn't drive after the surgery, so Arora drove her everywhere. "When I see those kinds of behaviors with my daughter, I'm very happy that she's with this guy."

Overcoming differences

That doesn't mean everything always goes smoothly. When Arora prepared a vegetable dish for Suarez's family a few months ago, her father screamed. Her sister cried. Everyone started gulping down milk.

"If you look in her cupboard, she has only one small bottle of black pepper," Arora said. "In ours, we have black pepper, red pepper, Cajun pepper, green chili pepper."

And there are more serious differences, too, as they discovered when discussing a future that might include children. "I'm like, 'I'm going to teach them how to be Catholic,' " Suarez said, "and he's like, 'No, no, they'll choose for themselves.' "

But they have much in common. Both are athletic -- they played a lot of tennis over the summer -- and he has been helping her sharpen her billiards skills. They have come up with rituals, such as Monday movie nights, when they take turns choosing the film. (She picks mushy movies; he likes horror.)

They don't know where they'll end up living after graduation, but they fantasize about moving to Rome. Why?

"Because it's a completely new culture for both of us," Suarez said. "It's not one person's." That also goes for the relationship they've made together, she said. "I feel like we created our own thing: a Spanish-American-Indian mix."

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Re: This guy got no dowry, But a fine nice pussy CAT
Posted by: White Skin ()
Date: February 14, 2010 11:35AM

This guy fell for white skin

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5 Indian men with a German Girl HOT IN HARYANA
Posted by: Indian Rape Fantasy in Taj Hotel ()
Date: July 10, 2010 05:25PM

The court here last month had framed charges of rape against the five youths who had allegedly sexually assaulted her after picking her from the Taj Hotel in Sector 17 at about 2 a.m.

The accused are Pankaj, Manvir Singh Jolly, Harpreet Singh, Sompal and Sukhwinder Singh. All of them belong to well-to-do families from areas of neighbouring Haryana.

WELL TO DO RAPISTS FROM INDIA (From left) Sompal, Manveer Singh Jolly, Harpreet Singh alias Dalli, Pankaj Punia, Sukhwinder Singh alias Sukhi after being convicted of raping the German national at district courts in Sector 17, Chandigarh. Tribune photo: Pradeep Tiwari

The young men had allegedly taken the German tourist in their black Scorpio SUV from the parking area of the hotel to a farmhouse in Haryana’s Ambala district, 60 km from here, where she was sexually assaulted for several hours before being dropped in Sector 20 here by one of the men the next evening.

The victim had come here with a Germany-based Indian friend to attend his wedding. She had gone to the Taj Hotel for coffee after having food and drinks at another place.

While her two friends sat in the hotel’s coffee shop, she came out in the parking lot to smoke. It was here that she got talking to one of the youth who offered to let her drive the SUV. Later, other friends of his came and drove her away from the city.

The Chandigarh police has not only made tight security arrangements at Taj Hotel, the same place from where she was picked up in September, but also at the court. Translators from Panjab University have also been provided in the court to assist recording of statements as the victim cannot speak English fluently. (IANS)

Chandigarh: A local court on Friday questioned a young German woman who was gang-raped by five youths after being taken on a drive from a leading hotel here September last year. "Throughout the day, the German girl was examined (cross-questioned) and her statements were recorded in-camera. She supported the prosecution. She was speaking in German language and said that she was taken forcibly into the car and was raped by the accused," the defence lawyer said, while talking to media persons after the proceedings.

"The girl maintained composure through the proceedings but she broke down two-three times while narrating the incident. The proceedings of the court will continue Saturday in which the cross-examination will be done. The accused did not speak anything on Friday," the lawyer said.

This is for the first time that the victim has appeared before the court in connection with the case. The court proceedings went for nearly six hours on Friday.

The proceedings of the case are being held in the court of Additional District and Sessions Judge R.S. Attri.

The victim was driven into the district court complex in Sector 17 here on Friday amid tight security. She was accompanied by an official of the German embassy from New Delhi.

Court officials said that the court would hear only this gang-rape case for the next two-three days and no other matter would be listed before it during this period.

The victim has flown in from Germany to India for the case.

After the incident, the victim had maintained that she was only "molested" by the youth. It was the forensic examination of the victim by the Central Forensic Sciences Laboratory (CFSL) here that confirmed gang rape.

The Chandigarh police then changed the case registered against the youths from molestation to rape and criminal intimidation.

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Re: 5 Indian men with a German Girl HOT IN HARYANA
Date: July 28, 2010 03:30PM

In India men are trained to conrol woman right from child hood. Believe it or not Indian men are supposed to contradit their woman in public whether it is her sister or his wife. A woman is not supposed to say anything over a men. A woman will not have the last word in India. That is the truth. Decision men makes need to be followed

The German tourist girl, victim of alleged kidnap and sexual assault, used every possible way from fighting back to winning over some of her assailants by repeatedly appealing to their consciousness to escape from their clutches.

Sources in the police said the victim not only fought back with her assailants by biting and scratching them but also managed to win over some of them. As claimed by Pankaj, who had come to drop her at her host’s Sector-20 residence on Sunday, she had “hugged and thanked him” for his help.

Pankaj claimed that the German girl had given him her contact number in German.

A police officer said going by the statements of the victim and the suspects, it appeared that she could have been murdered had she not handled the situation the way she did.

The tubewell where the girl was kept for about five hours - PERFECT FOR RAPE ENTERTAINMENT
The accused are Pankaj, Manvir Singh Jolly, Harpreet Singh, Sompal and Sukhwinder Singh. All of them belong to well-to-do families from areas of neighbouring Haryana.

WELL TO DO RAPISTS FROM INDIA (From left) Sompal, Manveer Singh Jolly, Harpreet Singh alias Dalli, Pankaj Punia, Sukhwinder Singh alias Sukhi after being convicted of raping the German national at district courts in Sector 17, Chandigarh. Tribune photo: Pradeep Tiwari


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Indian rape is for a purpose
Date: August 06, 2010 01:16PM

In India, rape is one of the indispensable and necessary factor of a movie. Government does not allow to show a girls private parts includig breasts, pussy or even thighs in a movies.

So after continous help from Indina government on how to tame the girls, now the real Indian rape is freuently appear on internet. ARE YOU NOT PROUD TO BE AN INDIAN TO SAY WE DO NOT ALLOW PORNOGRAPHY IN OUR COUNTRY. BUT WE HAVE MILLIONS OF GRILS RAPED IN INIDA?

A lady reporting a rape case to police will be raped by police as well. Because all men in India do not consider rape is a problem. Rapes happen every day in hotels,colleges, universitis, hospitals, offices. 99% of woman who gets rapes will keep quiet. Becuase getting raped is a ladies mistake. So many Indian rapes captured on cell phones are freely available on internet. because in India girls are raped every minute and making a vidoe of it is not a big deal.

And Indian government is OK with the idea of showing rape scenes in movies as long as the girls pussy or breasts are not exposed. Why is that? Only one thing Indian men worry about every day is whether any girl is over him. Any lady who talks boldly or acts differently needs to be raped. Indian men eveny day get ups from sleep and worry about whether Indian pussy is fresh or not.

MOST IMPORTANTLY, INDIAN MEN CAN NOT SEE A COUPLE KISSING LIP TO LIP on a movie screen. If an Indian men see a kissing seen in a movie theater, that theater will be on fire with in few house. That is much Inidan men are concerned about morality.

However Rape scenes are enjoyed freely by all Indian men at all ages. If a movie has to bring in money at box office, that movie need to have a scene where a lady is punished for her misdeeds or raped by a bad guy. If an Indian man can see that rape scenes in a movei, he will be totally satisfied.

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Re: Indian rape is for a purpose
Posted by: Indian rapist infected the victim ()
Date: August 07, 2010 10:22AM


4 Indian nationals involved in a gang rape caused the victim undergo surgery to reomve her uterus. Surjit Singh and fellow Indian nationals Gurmeet Singh Samalsar, Vijay Kumar, and Amrat Pal Singh reportedly raped Brenda (not her real name), a 29-year-old native of Nueva Ecija, inside a house in Pasig City.

Singh remains free despite an arrest warrant against him. Immigration Commissioner Marcelino Libanan has ordered an investigation on the Indian fugitive and the issuance of a hold departure order against him.

Yet, Singh still managed to slip out of the country Nov. 28 last year via the NAIA 1 terminal. He returned to the country last Jan.12 via the Mactan International Airport. A few days later, Surjit and fellow Indian nationals Gurmeet Singh Samalsar, Vijay Kumar, and Amrat Pal Singh reportedly raped Brenda (not her real name), a 29-year-old native of Nueva Ecija, inside a house in Pasig City.

The victim has filed rape charges against the four suspects before the Pasig City Regional Trial Court. The case, docketed as criminal case no. 142389-PSG, dragged on at the prosecutor’s office for weeks until Judge Danilo Buemio of the Pasig RTC Branch 265, finding existence of a probable cause for an indictment, issued a warrant of arrest against Singh and the three other suspects last March 5.

A few days later, Brenda’s uterus had to be removed due to severe infections supposedly as a result of the gang rape.

The suspects are reportedly being coddled by a former confidential agent of the Bureau of Immigration.

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Father who raped daughter using condoms pleads for leniancy
Posted by: Indian culture is portrayed abroad ()
Date: August 07, 2010 10:27AM

Kuala Lumpur, June 21 (IANS) A Malaysian of Indian origin, who was sentenced to 36 years in jail four years ago for repeatedly raping his minor daughter, wants his jail term reduced because he used a condom while committing the crime. The rapist’s lawyer S.I. Rajah told a court of appeals here that the sentence imposed by the lower court was excessive and the father was remorseful. “Justice should be tempered with mercy,” the lawyer said.

Rajah told the court the sentence should be reduced since “the accused used a condom every time he committed the offence”, the New Straits Times reported Saturday.

The three-member bench of the appellate court refused to overturn the lower court’s judgement since it held that a strong message should be sent that such an act must not be condoned.

“You mean it is okay to rape using a condom?” a judge asked in anger.

Four years ago, the sessions court in Petaling Jaya sentenced the accused to a total of 36 years in jail on four counts of rape. The rapist, now 49, appealed against the sentence because he was a first-time offender.

The man raped his 11-year-old daughter between May 2003 and August 2004 when the child’s mother used to be away at work.

Deputy public prosecutor Aslina Joned told the court that the accused, a father of five, had betrayed the trust of his daughter.

Aslina said the father would give the victim five ringgit ($1.5) as a reward every time he raped her. A class teacher noticed the girl was in a state of depression and questioned her.

The man was arrested Aug 12, 2004, after his daughter told her teacher about his crime. He pleaded guilty to the charges in the sessions court a week later.

On the first three counts, then Sessions Court judge Nurmala Salim sentenced him to 18 years in jail. The sentences were to run concurrently. He was sentenced to a further 18 years of imprisonment for the fourth count.

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90% of rapes in India goes unreported Why?
Posted by: Indian has not time to deal with rape cases ()
Date: August 07, 2010 10:36AM

Why don't women report rapes to the police?
Haha. Rape is physically and mentally traumatic for victims. (I have one male friend who argues it shouldn't be - he says one should treat it as just another physical assault.) Now, let us focus here on the situation in India.

One: Honour. Often family honour, as rapists are often known to the victim or are often a family member/ relative. So the matter is hushed up.

Two: Police. Police is the reason.

Have you ever taken a good look at the average Indian policeman? have you ever been to a police station?

A police station is an intimidating place. The cultural sophistication of the average policeman in India is pretty much that of the average roadside thug. Your average policeman hardly knows how to talk politely, is barely educated, is uncouth, brash and rude. Is this the paragon of sensitivity a victim of rape will run to? Add to this the rising number of custodial rapes which every one knows about. People will turn to a policeman only when they are desperate. Educated, rich people are abused by the police in India routinely and they have to call upon their networks and call upon little netas to get the policemen to treat them with some consideration.

Expect a policeman to humiliate a rape victim, turn her back, discourage her, be foul-mouthed or maybe rape her in turn. The last may happen very rarely, but it is generally accepted in India that the Indian policeman is a rowdy who has the law to back him. The better off IPS and higher ranks of policemen are often double-faced. In their parties or social circles, they are the paragons of virtue while when in their element, they are as dangerous as the rest of their lower rung colleagues. (There are real reasons why the Indian policeman is a shame to the country. Many of them are of the society's own making. I will write about it in the near future.)

Even if a rape victim passes this hurdle, what remains is the great Indian judicial system. The system offers the perfect means for an accused rapist to wear out the victim. Murder trials last for decades in India. Often, verdicts are produced only after the deaths of the accused or complainant. Just what is the point of filing a case when everything - society, family, police, legal seems to throw hurdles in your path? Isn't it normal for someone to just want to try and forget the rape and get on with it?

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Re: 90% of rapes in India goes unreported Why?
Posted by: Rape capital of the world is not India. ()
Date: August 07, 2010 10:54AM

The Rape Capital of the World - the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). With more than 8,000 women raped in 2009 alone, the DRC has earned itself a reputation almost unlike any other.

This week, the UN's Special Representative on Sexual Violence, Margot Wallstrom, gave the DRC another name, given the rape epidemic: rape capital of the world. And the problem isn't necessarily with existing laws. It's the fact that impunity when it comes to rape is perfectly normal.

Indian culture has another merit: A woman who gets rapes will keep queiet. Indian woman are cultured. Despite Indina cultual merits, considering the size of the country, India might still beat Congo in number of rapes happening each year.

However Indian men are trying their best to beat Congo soon.

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Indian girls are to be raped in Public
Posted by: India the super power. ()
Date: August 09, 2010 12:08PM

Thing about rape in India is every Indian men likes this. That is a drema in their mind. So even if all men take part in the rape activities, they will just enjoy it by watching and thus they fulfill their religious duty. The proof - Have you ever heard a publice figure or rich man doing something against rape in India? No way.

I have not heard Lakshmi Mittal giving some advice to Indian government on how to protect woman or how to involve more cops to police force.

I have not heard Ratan Tata setting up a foundation to protect woman.

I have not heard Ajit Jain using intellectual head to help Indina woman.

I have not heard Vikram Pandit, addressing this issue of rape and incest against woman.

So truth is no one cards inclduign politicians. And peopel who care does not have the means to find a solution.


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Take care of your kids in Indian Trains and Airports from Rapists
Posted by: Rape could happen anywhere in India ()
Date: August 09, 2010 11:28AM

Jabalpur, Mar 23, 2010: Police have arrested two persons for molesting a minor girl in a moving train here on Monday, Mar 22.2010

According to a Government Railway Police (GRP), the girl's aunt, who was travelling with her in an AC compartment of Gondwana Express near Sihora station, found the minor girl missing.

The girl's aunt lodged a complaint with the GRP when the train reached here.

The police official said that the minor was found in a sleeper coach and she was in a state of shock and was not speaking.

The 12-year-old girl was rushed to a hospital in an unconscious state after the incident, the GRP said.

Two persons Rahul (19) and Manoj (21), hailing from Ghaziabad (UP), were arrested and booked under section 354 (assault or criminal force to a woman with an intent to outrage her modesty) of IPC.

The duo attempted to outrage the modesty of the girl when she was returning from the toilet in the morning.

After the girl fainted they dumped her where the beddings are kept in the AC compartment, close to the door. Later, they put her on a berth of the sleeper coach, the GRP said.

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