State Of Brahmins In India

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Indian Caste System COMEDY

Interesting take on Indian Caste System.

How to handle C.A.W cell

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1. HOW TO HANDLE CAW CELL
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सीएडबल्यू सेल को हैंडल केसे किया जाए

1.   जब भी सीएडबल्यू सेल से कोई फोन आए तो उनको बहुत ही निम्र स्वभाव से बोलोकी सर लेटर भेज दीजिये ।

2.  जब भी सीएडबल्यू सेल से कोई भी लेटर आए तो इग्नोर मत करो ले लो ।

3.  जब भी सीएडबल्यू सेल से कोई भी कर्मचारी खुद आ कर लेटर दे तो ले लेनाचाहिए ।

4.  सीएडबल्यू सेल लेटर सिर्फ एक प्रार्थना पत्र होता है नहीं की कोई सम्मन ।

5.  कानूनी रूप से जरूरी नहीं की आप जाए या आप का कोई फॅमिली मेम्बर भी जाए ।

6.  घबराने की कोई जरूरत नहीं आपको गिरफ्तार नहीं किया जाएगा ।

7.  सीएडबल्यू सेल सिर्फ एक बातचीत करने की जगह है जहां पर कुछ सरकारीकर्मचारी आपकी वाइफ़ की शिकायत पर आपको ओर आपके परिवार को बुलाते है ओर कोशिश करतेहै की समझोता हो जाए ।

8.  समझोते से मतलब है की या तो आप पत्नी की बात मानो ओर उसके द्वारा लगाए गएझूटे आरोप मानो नहीं तो आपके खिलाफ एफ़आईआर की जाएगी ।

9.  सीएडबल्यू सेल केवल महिलाओं के लिए है इसलिए आपकी बात वहाँ कोई नहींसुनेगा ।

10. कोई भी प्रूफ न दे ।

11.  शिकायत कॉपी की मांग करे अगर मिल जाए तो ठीक नहीं तो आरटीआई के द्वारामांग करे ।

12. किसी भी कोरे कागज पर हस्ताक्षर न करे ।

13. जब तक जरूरी न हो किसी भी पारिवारिक सदस्य को जाने की जरूरत नहीं ।

14. स्त्रीधन की लिस्ट को ले ले ओर देख ले की हर पेज पर लड़की ने साइन करा हो ।लेकिन साथ ही वहाँ पर लिख दे की लिस्ट डीपी एक्ट 2 के अनुसार नहीं है ओर न ही ठीकतरह से बनी हुई है ओर असली बिल भी नहीं लगे हुए है ।

15. इस्त्रीधन की सूची का जवाब: की यह सूची कानून से हिसाब से नहीं बनी है । ओरजो गिफ्ट लड़की को लड़के ओर उसके परिवार ओर रिश्तेदारो से मिले है वो भी सूची मेंनहीं है। । जब लड़की ने घर छोड़ा था तब वो अपना सारा समान ले गयी थी जेसे की जेवर,कपड़े, महंगे समान आदि । कुछ सामान है जो की निमंलिखित है ओर में देने के लिए तयारहूँ ।

16. 90 प्रतिशत शिकायत एफ़आईआर में बदल जाती है ।

17. 2 या 3 तारीख के बाद आपको पता चल जाएगा की एफ़आईआर हो सकती है ।

18. इसलिए अग्रिम जमानत ओर आदेश जमानत आदि के लिए आवेदन कर दे ।

19. कभी भी झूठ न बोले या झूठा सबूत या झूठा गवाह न दे । हो सके तो सच पर कायमरहे । जो सच बोलते है भगवान उनके साथ होता है ।

20. लेकिन बोले वही जो बोलना चाहते है कुछ ओर न बोले । डर या तनाव की वजह सेकुछ झूठ न बोले । अगर साथ में नहीं रहना तो नहीं रहना है ओर रहना है तो रहना है ।

21. जांच अधिकारी का नंबर हमेशा साथ रखे ताकि वो आपको ओर आप उसको समय समय परअपना विवरण बताते रहे । एक बात हमेशा याद रखे की कभी भी जाँच अधिकारी को रिश्वतदेने की कोशिश न करे। एक गलत कदम आपको मुसीबत में दाल सकता है ।

22. स्थानीय बैठक में आते रहे, लोगो से मिलते रहे, जानकारी लेते रहे, आदि ।

23. इस समय आप काफी तनाव में होते है इसलिए अपने आपको व्यस्त रखे जितना हो सकेमजे करे सोचने से ओर रोने से कुछ नहीं होता ।

24. इस दौरान कभी भी मुकदमा न डाले । खासतोर से हिन्दू विवाह अधिनियम के तहतकोई भी मुकदमा न डाले ।

25. अगर कोई बच्चा या बच्चे है तो बोले मुझे उनसे मिलना है ।

उपर लिखित जानकारी सामान्य है ओर जरूरी नहीं की हर किसी पर लागू हो ।

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Marriage Counselling-Baldev Mutta

This video is must watch for Young Married couples and Families of boys/girls of marriageable age looking for suitable match for their kids.

Mr Mutta being a south asian himself understands the issues people of south asian origin face in a family.

As he understands south asian culture being a south asian himself and also he understands the expectations/desires of youngsters in todays modern world.

Watching this video will empower you to deal with the problems you may face as a couple or even as a family with children and elders in your house.

Also he provides some skills to keep your marriage happy and peaceful.

Enjoy !!!

 

China Mixed Marriages

China offers reward for mixed marriages in restive Xinjiang

BEIJING: A city in China’s Muslim-majority Xinjiang is offering cash rewards and welfare benefits for marriages between minority ethnic groups and majority Hans to promote unity in the province hit by Islamic militancy.

http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/world/china/China-offers-reward-for-mixed-marriages-in-restive-Xinjiang/articleshow/41621953.cms

Girls should be allowed to choose their partners as it was a tradition in India swayamvar should be encouraged.

Bahu can’t occupy in-laws’ own property: Delhi high court

Bahu can’t occupy in-laws’ own property: Delhi high court

 

NEW DELHI: A daughter-in-law has no right to continue to occupy the self-acquired property of her parents-in-law against their wishes, the Delhi high court has held in a significant order.

Justice A K Pathak in a recent verdict, made it clear that a self-acquired property doesn’t fall under the definition of a “shared household” enunciated in the Domestic Violence Act and a daughter in law can’t enforce her right in such a property.

In fact, HC went a step further, holding that even an adult son or daughter has no legal right to occupy the self-acquired property of the parents against their consent.

“Daughter-in-law cannot assert her rights, if any, in the property of her parents-in-law wherein her husband has no right, title or interest. She cannot continue to live in such a house of her parents-in-law against their consent and wishes. In my view, even an adult son or daughter has no legal right to occupy the self-acquired property of the parents; against their consent and wishes. A son or daughter if permitted to live in the house occupies the same as a gratuitous licensee and if such licence is revoked, he has to vacate the said property,” the court noted in its order.

HC was hearing an appeal by the daughter-in-law against a trial court’s verdict directing her to hand over peaceful and vacant possession of the property to her estranged father-in-law. In her plea in HC the woman said she is a legally wedded wife and has a right to live in the property from where her father-in-law wants her evicted.

She claimed that the property was purchased out of joint family funds. Accusing the father-in-law and husband of harassing her for dowry, she informed HC that she is living separately from her husband due to matrimonial discord and divorce proceedings are on. Under DV Act, the property is a shared household where she has the right to reside, the wife maintained.

But the father in law through advocate Prabhjit Jauhar told HC that he is sole owner of the self-acquired property. Jauhar also convinced the court that the property was not purchased from joint family funds and his son had no share in it.

The father-in-law furnished before the court proof that he disowned his son in 2010 who has since then been living separately.

Justice Pathak concluded that the legal position “which can be culled out from the above reports is that the daughter-in-law has no right to continue to occupy the self -acquired property of her parents-in-law against their wishes more so when her husband has no independent right therein nor is living there, as it is not a “shared household” within the meaning of Section 17(1) of The Protection of Women from Domestic Violence Act, 2005.”

HC also took into account lack of evidence to show that suit property was purchased from joint family funds.

http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/delhi/Bahu-cant-occupy-in-laws-own-property-Delhi-high-court/articleshow/40020176.cms?intenttarget=no&utm_source=TOI_AShow_OBWidget&utm_medium=Int_Ref&utm_campaign=TOI_AShow

 

Domicile for State Jobs INDIA

Domicile of State (Jobs and admission to professional Institutes) INDIA

In India for Jobs in State Government or admissions to professional Institutes there is reservation for domicile of the state ( in which one is applying for the STATE JOB or for admission to professional Institute ).

Currently one can be domicile of only one state out of all 29 states of India and generally to be considered a domicile one needs to have lived in the state for a decade or two. In some cases if parents own some kind of property then also kids can claim domicile for that state also if any one of the parents is a state govt employee kids can get the benefit of domicile reservation for the state their parents are employee of.

As one can see some people can get a domicile certificate made from more than 1 state ( for example if one parent is working for one state and another for different state, children get domicile reservation for both states ). Some people who are rich and have properties in multiple states can get the domicile certificates made for their kids from all the state they have property in. Of-course influential people can always bribe to get the domicile certificates for their kids and get the benefits of domicile for state jobs or for admission in a state professional college.

Government of India and state governments make eligibility based on the state of birth of the person. This can be used for national integration as well as discussed below :

Let us say we make the only way to get a domicile certificate eligibility is based on the place/state of birth of the person ( as anybody is born only once and only one state so one is automatically eligible for domicile for only one state where he or she was born ). now this can be extended make a child eligible based on the birthplace ( STATE ) of the parents ( this will make one eligible for domicile of upto 3 states ) or it can be further extended to the birthplace of grandparents ( this will make one eligible for domicile of upto 7 states )  and so on. let us see some examples :

  1. let us consider
  2. STATE A allows child to have domicile of father’s birth state
  3. STATE B allows child to have domicile of mothers birth state
  4. STATE C allows child to have domicile of both the parents birth state
  5. STATE D allows child to have domicile of maternal grandmothers birth state
  6. STATE E allows child to have domicile of maternal grandfathers birth state
  7. STATE F allows child to have domicile of maternal grandparents birth state
  8. STATE G allows child to have domicile of paternal grandmothers birth state
  9. STATE H allows child to have domicile of paternal grandfathers birth state
  10. STATE I allows child to have domicile of paternal grandfathers birth state
  11. STATE J allows child to have domicile of paternal grandparents birth state
  12. STATE K allows child to have domicile of both grandparents birth state
  13. STATE L does not allow domicile from parents or grandparents birth state
  • Now if the child was born in STATE A, he/she is eligible for domicile of ( if father was born in one of the STATEs ) any of the STATEs A, C, D, E, F, G, H, I, J & K but not STATE B & STATE L ( State A allows fathers birth state domicile and it should be mutual reciprocity – only STATE B & STATE L do not allow domicile for fathers birth state )
  • if child was born in STATE B, he/she is eligible for domicile of ( if mother was born in one of the STATEs ) any of the STATEs B, C, D, E, F, G, H, I, J & K but not STATE A & STATE L ( STATE B allows mothers birth state domicile and it should be mutual reciprocity – only STATE A & STATE L do not allow domicile for mothers birth state )
  • if child was born in STATE C, he/she is eligible for domicile of STATE A ( eligible if father was born in A, not eligible if mother is born in A), B ( eligible if mother is born in B, not eligible if father is born in B), C, D, E, F, G, H, I, J & K but not STATE L ( STATE L does not allow domicile based on mother, father or grandparents and based on reciprocity domicile for STATE L is not eligible for this child )
  • Similarly eligibility based on grandparents birth state can be deduced …….
  • but if the child is born in STATE L and parents or grandparents are from different states ( STATE A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, I, J, K ), then also child will be eligible only for STATE L domicile because of the mutual reciprocity rule.
  • Also people who served in Indian Armed Forces for at least 2 years can be considered to be eligible for domicile for all the states of India irrespective of their place of birth.

This will encourage people to marry a person born in other state and help in national integration.

One may be wondering why I have considered giving preference to mother or maternal grandparents before father or paternal grandparents so as to encourage the girls in society and also to encourage mixed marriages between different regions, religions, caste, culture and different mother tongue for better national integration.