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August 2033
With Neelum District and Gilgit-Baltistan formally ceded to the Republic of India in the Treaty of Paris, India's geo-strategic objectives in the the region have been secured. The seizure of Gilgit-Baltistan separated long-time allies China and Pakistan from one another (and in so doing, deprived China of an Indian Ocean outlet for its goods). Moreover, the territory has given India a direct land route to Central Asia through the Wakhan Corridor, though India has yet to formalize a highway and motor transfer agreement with Afghanistan.
India is loathe to give up this newfound advantage. Already, India has been undertaking efforts to turn the province into a veritable fortress, including the construction of new roads, railways, military bases, and airfields as well as the dramatic expansion of border police and paramilitary presence within the territory. Still, these measures are meant to hold onto territory. They are not as focused on making that territory Indian.
That's where the National Register of Citizens and the Indian Homestead Act come in. These laws have already been used to great effect in the Indian-administered portions of Kashmir, where most of the area's several million Muslim residents have been displaced. Most were deported to Bangladesh, whose protests against this policy eventually stopped when India's foreign aid contributions to the country dramatically increased. The most fortunate were granted work visas by one of the Gulf States (most notably the UAE, who negotiated a special arrangement with India for this purpose in the late 2020s), or were otherwise allowed relocation out of the country under immigration or asylum laws. Those that remain languish in detention centers, their ultimate fates unclear.
Removing Muslims is only half of the Indianization process. Taking a page out of the Israeli playbook, wherein Jewish settlers are used to change facts on the ground and to create loyal communities of resistance within the Occupied Palestinian Territories, India has made it its mission to replace these old Muslims communities with a loyal Hindu population. This has been achieved through the combination of the Foreigners' Property Act of 2026 (which made it illegal for foreigners to hold real estate without a license, and which maintained the government's policy that illegal immigrants cannot own real estate. This, coupled with the National Register of Citizens, has been used to dispossess millions of Muslims of their property over the last seven years) and the Indian Homestead Act (2027) (which auctioned off those same confiscated properties to Indian citizens at well below market rates on the condition that they continue to own the property for fifteen years).
GeosimWith India's rapidly growing (and overwhelmingly young) population, this policy has seen extensive use. Hindu communities now dominate the region (Jammu, which was already majority-Hindu, is now roughly 85 percent Hindu, while Kashmir is somewhere around 40 percent Hindu) and are afforded heavy protection by Indian forces in the area. The Sashastra Seema Bal is especially active in these communities, ensuring that they are thoroughly Indian. The population is collaborative with the Indian forces in combating the threat of terrorists and separatists--for they are well aware that should those forces infiltrate Kashmir again, it will be their communities that they target. Neighborhood watches, RSS groups, and other "paramilitary" groups are an essential part of life in the state, with many young Kashmiri Hindus volunteering for service in one of India's police or Armed Services.
Now, then, the issue is to spread this policy to Gilgit-Baltistan.
Demographic Transition in Gilgit-Baltistan and Neelum District
Assuming current population growth trends continued throughout the period of 2013 (for Gilgit-Baltistan) or 2017 (for Neelum District) to 2033 (so about 2 percent population growth per year), Gilgit-Baltistan is home to just over 1.8 million people, while Neelum District is home to just under 260,000, bringing the total population of the territories liberated from Pakistan to about 2 million. All, or near enough to all, of these people are Muslims, and most are of extremely dubious loyalty to the state of Hindusthana. Many of these communities have played host to terrorist training camps or weapons caches in the past, believing themselves to be important participants in the armed struggle for Kashmir’s liberation from India.
It is in Hindusthana’s best interest, then, that these communities be neutralized in one of three ways: pacification, displacement, or replacement.
Neelum District and Gilgit-Baltistan were at the frontlines of the recent war against China and Pakistan. With heavy fighting commonplace and the Indian Army constantly advancing, hundreds of thousands of the region’s residents fled from the front lines back towards Pakistan. While some of these people are now content to continue living their lives in Pakistan (believing--perhaps rightfully so--that they would be persecuted if they returned to their homes), others wish to return to their homes in Kashmir, piecing their lives back together under the new administration.
Only, India has absolutely no intention of allowing them to do so. Mirroring Israel’s policy towards Palestinian refugees from the 1947 war, India will not offer the right of return to Kashmiri refugees and their descendents. Those who attempt to return will be denied entrance at the few legal border crossings between India and Pakistan. The few who manage to slip across the border without authorization will be treated as illegal immigrants and will be deported to Pakistan.
Taking yet more inspiration from Israel, the Indian Armed Forces, Paramilitary Forces, and Police Forces operating in the region will also utilize house demolition as collective punishment against the families of those who participate in separatist or Islamist groups such as Lashkar-e-Taiba and Jaesh-e-Mohammed. The public justification for this policy, like in the Occupied Palestinian Territories, will be that the demolished houses are in violation of Indian building codes in the region, and are therefore a threat to public safety. An astute observer might note that of course these buildings were not built to Indian building codes, as the territory was occupied and administered by Pakistan for almost a century. Indian administrators do not seem to care about this distinction. Building code violations are just a cover.
Finally, India will extend its existing policy suite into the newly-liberated territories of Jammu & Kashmir. The territory is currently the only portion of India where the citizens have not been properly filed into the National Register of Citizens. Reviving the process of the late 2020s, India will begin to process all of the residents of Neelum District and Gilgit-Baltistan into the National Register of Citizens.
This process stands to be exceedingly difficult for the residents of these territories. First, the staggeringly low literacy rate of the population residing there (~65 percent), the limited reach of the Pakistani government in the region (which, until recently, governed Azad Kashmir and Gilgit-Baltistan as autonomous regions, meaning many of the residents lacked the proper paperwork to demonstrate citizenship and residency within Pakistan proper), and the limited lingua franca exposure in the province (most of the residents speak local languages, which made it difficult to interface with Pakistani government services offered in Urdu and English), means that many of these individuals struggle to properly interface with government services to begin with.
This issue has been exacerbated by the Indian and Hindusthani Constitutions, which have (purposefully or not) excluded many of the major languages of Gilgit-Baltistan and Neelum District from the Scheduled Languages, meaning that the government is not obligated to provide services in these languages. Major languages like Burushaski (112,000 speakers in 2016), Purgi (94,000 speakers in 2016), Shina (640,000 speakers in 2016, and the plurality language in Gilgit-Baltistan), Wakhi (somewhere between 20,000 and 60,000 speakers in 2016), and Khowar (300,000 speakers in 2004). Even for those fortunate enough to speak Balti (some 400,000 persons in 2016) find themselves denied easy access to government services. While Balti is the same language as Ladakhi/Bodhi/Bhoti (which is a Scheduled Language in India/Hindusthana), it is written primarily in the Perso-Arabic alphabet, while Ladakhi/Bodhi/Bhoti is written in the Tibetan script. So even though some residents of Gilgit-Baltistan nominally have access to government services in their language, the script on the forms is effectively illegible to them. For the others, they are far less fortunate: they can interface with the Indian/Hindusthani bureaucracy of the region in English, Hindi, one of the Scheduled Languages (most likely Urdu), or not at all.
Naturally, those who cannot interface effectively with the Indian/Hindusthani bureaucracy will have a difficult time providing the necessary documents to demonstrate their residency. These people will face a similar fate to those Indian Muslims who have been denied citizenship since 2027: their cases will be taken to semi-judicial Citizens Tribunals, where the individual holds the burden of proof in the monumental task of convincing the State that they ought to be considered citizens. Appeals are allowed, but costly, locking most of the residents of Gilgit-Baltistan and Neelum District (some of the poorest places in South Asia) out.
Those who are adjudicated as non-citizens throughout this process will be systematically detained and deported to either Bangladesh or Pakistan or be permitted to apply for a work visa in the Gulf States. Under the Foreigners’ Property Act of 2026, the property of these individuals will be confiscated, as illegal immigrants are not allowed to own property in India/Hindusthana.
The Indian Homestead Act, which sells property previously owned by illegal immigrants to Indian/Hindusthani citizens at well below market rates on the condition that they reside in the property for at least fifteen years, will be expanded to the newly-liberated portions of Jammu & Kashmir. In addition to the property of illegal immigrants, this Act will also sell properties that are destroyed and/or vacant, thereby getting new (primarily Hindu) residents for the properties abandoned during the war. With two million residents (pre-war) and an average household size of 7.7 persons, there are some ~260,000 households in the newly-liberated portions of Jammu & Kashmir.
With the country’s massive population of 1.6 billion, most of whom are under the age of thirty, the Indian/Hindusthani government expects this policy to see extensive use by young Indians/Hindusthanis looking to take advantage of the wildly low property prices to get their lives started. With the creation of Hindusthana in 2033, it is also anticipated that several internally displaced populations, like the Lhotsampas of Bhutan (many of whom now live in Nepal) and Sri Lankan Tamil refugees living in India, will take advantage of this policy to move out of their cramped, crowded refugee camps and get a new start. The impoverished populations of Nepal, like the people of the Terai, are also expected to send a significant number of “settlers” as well.
Those houses that are not sold through the Indian Homestead Act will be made available to refugees fleeing to India under the Persons Fleeing Religious Persecution Act (2027), which grants asylum to Hindus (including Buddhists, Sikhs, and Jains) fleeing persecution in their home countries. The burden of proof for “fleeing persecution” is remarkably low, effectively enabling Hindus living in any non-Hindu majority country carte blanche to relocate to India/Hindusthana. These individuals, coming primarily from Malaysia, Indonesia, and Myanmar, will face priority resettlement in Jammu & Kashmir, living in confiscated agricultural and residential properties. The Sashastra Seema Bal will be particularly active in these communities, helping the refugees to integrate into the Indian/Hindusthani way of life, while cadres of the RSS will set up Hindi/English language clinics and provide translation assistance services to make sure these groups are capable of adequately interfacing with the Indian/Hindusthani bureaucracy.
These newly-resettled communities, with their demonstrated loyalty to the Indian/Hindusthani state, will be exempted from most of the repressive measures used in the non-pacificed communities. They will be able to participate in national elections, have access to the Internet, and be permitted to move without advance permission from State authorities.
Of course, India/Hindusthana does not expect the people of the newly-liberated segments of Jammu & Kashmir to simply roll over and allow these things to happen to them. Hence, the massive paramilitary deployment in the region. Hundreds of thousands of Indian/Hindusthani paramilitary and regular army troops are deployed in the territory of Jammu & Kashmir, with a disproportionate amount of them in Neelum District and Gilgit-Baltistan. Highly trained in counter-insurgency tactics, these units are the first line of defense against Islamist and separatists insurgents in the territory, and are tasked with the defense of the growing Hindu communities in the region (who are expected to be the targets of punitive violence from displaced Muslims) and ensuring that the remaining Muslim population is incapable of mounting meaningful resistance against the government.
Here, India/Hindusthana again looks to Israel for inspiration. India/Hindusthana will look to improve the already impressive counter-insurgency talents of the forces stationed in the territory. The paramilitary forces, already highly militarized (most use the same equipment as the Indian Army, while the remainder are equipped with Indian Army surplus), will be granted a new wave of funding to improve their equipment and training (Israeli counter-insurgency trainers will be hired to help with the training process). New drone technologies like the HAL Palaka will enable the Border Security Force and other agencies to maintain a permanent surveillance presence along the Hindusthani-Pakistani and Sino-Hindusthani borders, making it difficult for illegal immigrants and (more importantly) insurgents and their materiel to cross the border into Hindusthana. Meanwhile, new ground equipment like the Nakula, equipped with its mine-resistant armor and its light active protection system, will help defend security personnel from ATGM and IED attacks launched by insurgents. In addition to constant aerial surveillance over the borders and the territory of the province, India/Hindusthana will be mounting frequent armed patrols throughout the mountain passes of the territory, allowing them to locate and neutralize any insurgents attempting to use the mountains as cover. Insurgent hardpoints will be cleared out by Indian special forces with air support as necessary. Furthermore, permanent observation posts/watchtowers have been set up along known smuggling routes.
Since 2018, Jammu & Kashmir has been kept under President’s Rule. This special status abrogates a state’s right to self-governance (in this case, leading to the abolition of the Jammu & Kashmir legislature) and certain liberties of its inhabitants, including the rights to freedom of speech, freedom of assembly (and by extension the freedom to protest), and freedom of movement (among others). This status will remain in effect for the near-future, allowing security forces in the region to act with a much freer hand than they might otherwise be provided. Movement from town to town is prohibited without advance permission from the state, which requires submitting a detailed itinerary to the government for approval. Similarly, internet access has been effectively cut off, with what little traffic remains forcibly routed through a proxy farm surveilled by the Indian/Hindusthani government. In line with existing Indian policy towards the region since the 1990s, reporters are barred from entering the territory. These measures should make it easier to keep tabs on potential subversives, to suppress news about ongoing abuses and human rights violations by Indian security forces (though, frankly, the world hasn’t really cared up until now, either), and to keep any effective opposition from mounting.
Mandatory-carry Aadhaar ID cards (linked to the electronic Aadhaar system) have been instituted throughout the territory, and are necessary for basically any interaction with the government. Like in the rest of India/Hindusthana, an Aadhaar number is mandatory to sign up for government services (pensions, legal battles, vehicle registration, etc), but also a large amount of private functions as well (the registration of utilities, purchasing a mobile/data plan or internet plan, and the opening of bank accounts, to name a few). With each Aadhaar card bearing a unique identifying number and a photo of the cardholder, this has afforded the Indian/Hindusthani government the opportunity to compile staggeringly detailed profiles of all of the people living within the territory. Jammu & Kashmir will serve as a proving ground for a new generation of Indian/Hindusthani surveillance.
Using the information collected via the Aadhaar card, security personnel will monitor the movement, purchasing patterns, and other habits of every single resident of the territory (with special attention paid, of course, to the region’s Muslim inhabitants. This is, of course, not due to their religion, but due to the increased security threat they pose. We promise.). Suspicious behavior (large purchases, multiple phone plans, strange financial transactions, etc) will flag individuals for closer surveillance.
This is where the next stage comes into play. India/Hindusthana will set up a network of CCTV cameras throughout the settlements. The cameras will be connected to a centralized hub, through which security personnel will be able to run facial recognition searches throughout the whole territory, following the example set by China and Israel [M] and, in real life but not IG, the US in its response to the George Floyd protests [/M]. Cameras will also be set up at the entrances and exits to settlements to record the license plates of vehicles passing through, which will be cross-referenced against approved movement permits to catch people violating the movement restrictions. This will allow security personnel to track the movement of individuals throughout the state, and, in the event that someone is found to be engaged in subversive activities, give investigators leads on who else might be part of said activities by going back through their contacts and public appearances. India/Hindusthana has reached out to Russian (NTechLab), Israeli (AnyVision), and American (Google, Microsoft, and Apple) firms to invite them to tender bids for this technology.
In addition to this “prevent defense” strategy, where India/Hindusthani security personnel attempt to eliminate insurgent threats before they have the opportunity to mount attacks, India/Hindusthana will focus an array of defensive measures around the Hindu-majority communities being settled in the region. The dispossessions and resettlements outlined in the above sections will be staged throughout the territory, allowing security personnel to concentrate their defensive efforts on specific communities. Once a given community is secured, a new wave of displacement and resettlement will occur, with the security personnel focusing their additional defensive efforts on those new communities.
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2019.02.16 13:56 lawyerchennai Madras High Court judge has ordered installation of CCTV camera in his own chambers

Madras High Court judge has ordered installation of CCTV camera in his own chambers Madras High Court judge has ordered installation of CCTV camera in his own chambers Justice SM Subramaniam: Madras High Court has directed the installation of Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) cameras
Madras High Court has directed the installation of Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) cameras In a first, Justice SM Subramaniam of the Madras High Court has directed the installation of Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) cameras within his own judge chambers. The judge ordered the same while making a general appeal to introduce measures to fix more accountability on high ranking public functionaries.
To this end, the Court has also strongly urged for the installation of CCTV cameras inside offices of all high ranking public officials, especially to guard against sexual harassment of women employees at the workplace. The order was passed in case concerning the alleged sexual harassment by a senior level IPS officer of the Directorate of Vigilance and Anti-Corruption (DVAC).
Justice Subramaniam’s order passed today states, An ounce of practice is worth more than tons of preaching, Mahatma Gandhi said.
An attempt to follow the words, this Court is inclined to direct the Registrar (Administration), High Court of Madras to install Closed Circuit CCTV Camera in the Chambers of Hon’ble Justice S.M.SUBRAMANIAM, within a period of two weeks from the date of receipt of a copy of this order. With these directions, this Court would prefer to adjudicate the issues raised in all these writ petitions.
Further, the Court proceeded to question how the monitoring standards insisted on in other public places are not made applicable to the State authorities compelling the same.
Offenders and Black Sheeps inside the Police Department and other public offices and institutions What about the offenders and Black Sheeps in the Police Offices, Chambers and Office Rooms of the higher officials and what measures are taken to nab the offenders and Black Sheeps inside the Police Department and other public offices and institutions etc.” asked the judge.
With a view to resolve this issue, Justice Subramaniam’s order states, This Court strongly recommends to the Chief Secretary to Government/first respondent in WP No.25213 of 2018, for installation of CCTV Cameras inside the official Chambers and office rooms of all the higher officials, in order to avoid all such allegations/complaints against the higher officials and to safeguard the interest of women officers and women employees from the offences of sexual harassment.
Complaint by a senior level IPS woman officer (complainant) working at the DVAC The batch of petitions before the Madras High Court had been filed based on a complaint by a senior level IPS woman officer (complainant) working at the DVAC alleging frequent sexual harassment by her senior and Joint Director at the DVAC, S Murugan.
Sexual Harassment of Women at Workplace (Prevention, Prohibition and Redressal) Act (‘Sexual Harassment Act’), 2013. In August 2018, the complainant lodged an official complaint with the Director of the DVAC in this regard, also indicating that she wished to file a criminal complaint against Murugan. An Internal Complaints Committee (ICC) was subsequently formed under the Sexual Harassment of Women at Workplace (Prevention, Prohibition and Redressal) Act (‘Sexual Harassment Act’), 2013.
Crime Investigation Department (CBCID) of the police to lodge a criminal complaint After an objection was filed with respect to the low rank of the officials constituting the first ICC, a second ICC was also formed. In the meanwhile, the complainant made a request to transfer Murugan to another posting, to ensure that the ICC investigation could proceed without any interference or influence from his side. Eventually, the ICC also referred the matter to the Crime Branch, Crime Investigation Department (CBCID) of the police to lodge a criminal complaint against Murugan.
Murugan approached the Madras High Court, inter alia, challenging the constitution of the ICC In this backdrop, Murugan approached the Madras High Court, inter alia, challenging the constitution of the ICC and the ICC’s decision to refer the matter to the CBCID. It was Murugan’s case that the CBCID could not have made such a reference without first hearing him in the matter.
Director of the DVAC The Court, however, found little merit in his contentions. It was pointed out that the complainant had already made it clear that she intended to lodge a criminal complaint against Murugan in the representation she had made to the Director of the DVAC. This being the case, there was an obligation on the part of the DVAC under Section 19 (g) of the Sexual Harassment Act to assist her to lodge the criminal complaint.
In fact, the Court pointed out that ideally, the DVAC Director ought to have assisted in lodging the complaint directly on the basis of the complainant’s representation to him. However, it held there was no error on the part of the ICC in referring the matter to the CBCID instead.
complaint for registration of an FIR The employer ought to have forwarded the complaint for registration of an FIR. Contrarily, the ICC forwarded the complaint for registering an FIR. Thus, the procedure adopted would not vitiate the entire FIR itself. Ultimately the investigation alone would reveal all further truths and only after trial, the case is to be disposed of in accordance with law.
The Court also made several pertinent observations touching upon the need to take sexual harassment complaints made by women employees seriously.
Statement of the sexual harassment victim The Constitutional Courts time and again ruled that the statement of the sexual harassment victim or the statement of a woman under the pressure of sexual harassment is to be considered as valid first information. For the purpose of registering the criminal case and to proceed with the investigation, the statement of an aggrieved woman against such heinous offences are to be taken into account as the first evidence in view of the fact that the social and cultural background prevailing in our Great Nation is that, where the woman in normal circumstances would not prefer such a complaint of sexual harassment against any person. The statements are to be taken for consideration by the officials concerned/competent authorities for the purpose of conducting investigation or enquiry in accordance with law.
DVAC authorities In the backdrop of these observations, the Court pulled up the DVAC authorities in not appreciating the complainant’s grievances with due seriousness, particularly given that the matter had been dragged on for months on some pretext or the other. The judge noted,
At the first instance, the Committee was constituted under the Chairmanship of Smt.A.Radhika, IPS, Deputy Director, DVAC. It is a mockery on the part of the authorities concerned to appoint an Officer in the rank of Deputy Director, DVAC as the Presiding Officer to conduct an enquiry against the Inspector General of Police/Joint Director, working in the same Department of Vigilance and Anti-Corruption.
Internal Complaints Committee One can easily visualise that such an exercise is done either to frustrate the enquiry or to compromise or to settle the complaint. However, on objection, another Internal Complaints Committee was reconstituted with the Chairmanship of Smt.Srilakshmi Prasad, IPS in the rank of Director General of Police.
This Court is of an opinion that the State, being a model employer, is bound to appoint a Committee consisting of higher officials in respect of the complaint submitted by the higher level women officials against their own higher
However, upon being satisfied with the second ICC which was constituted, the Court directed it to proceed with the disciplinary hearing in the matter under Section 11 of the Sexual Harassment Act.
An enquiry under the provisions of the Women Harassment Act
The present Committee constituted in proceedings dated 4.10.2018 under the Chairmanship of Smt.Srilakshmi Prasad, IPS in the rank of Director General of Police is in compliance with the statutory requirements so as to conduct an enquiry under the provisions of the Women Harassment Act. Thus, the reconstitution of the Committee issued in order dated 4.10.2018 is in consonance with the provisions of the Harassment Act. Thus, there is no impediment for the present Committee to proceed with the enquiry by providing opportunity to all the parties concerned under Section 11 of the Act.
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National Anthem not mandatory at state functions: Madras high court https://www.lawyerchennai.com/events/national-anthem-not-mandatory-at-state-functions-madras-high-court/

Public Interest Litigation seeking action against the chief secretary and health secretary of Tamil Nadu CHENNAI: Holding that playing the National Anthem at all state functions is not mandatory, the Madras high court dismissed a Public Interest Litigation seeking action against the chief secretary and health secretary of Tamil Nadu for failing to make arrangements to play the anthem at two recent state events that prime minister Narendra Modi had participated in.
When the PIL, filed by a petitioner named Vembu, came up for hearing on Tuesday, a division bench of Justice S Manikumar and Justice Subramonium Prasad dismissed it.
Punishment for willful violation Vembu wanted the court to direct the authorities concerned to frame Rules providing for punishment for willful violation of a circular issued by the Union ministry of information and broadcasting, which mandated the playing of the National Anthem. According to the petitioner, the Union ministry of home affairs had issued an appropriate circular to all state and Union government departments about playing the National Anthem at all the state functions in which the President, Prime Minister, governor, lieutenant-governor and chief minister take part.
blatant violation of rules and tradition On January 27, the Tamil Nadu government organised a function in Madurai for laying the foundation stone for the construction of All India Institute for Medical Science (AIIMS) there. Prime Minister Narendra Modi was the chief guest at the function, in which the governor, chief minister and deputy chief minister too had participated. In blatant violation of rules and tradition, neither the Tamil Thai Vaazhthu nor the National Anthem was played in the beginning and end of the function, the petitioner alleged.
National Anthem not played in state-organised function Similarly, on February 10, the prime minister participated in another state-organised function in which he flagged off the Chennai Metro Rail and other services through video conferencing from Tirupur. In this event too, the National Anthem was not played, Vembu said.
Appropriate action against the authorities
Pointing out that neither the prime minister’s office nor the state authorities had apologized for the violation. so far, the petitioner wanted the court to initiate appropriate action against the authorities.
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mildlyinteresting My friend's phone case used a Colgate tube box as the inside layer Colgate
pics A look at what McDonald's pays for their food. McDonald's
photoshopbattles PsBattle: Kid eating an Apple on Christmas. Apple
nosleep Brianna Westledorf's Facebook part 2? Facebook
mildlyinteresting Found this egg today while working. It has a perfect Nike Swoosh on the top of it. Nike
mildlyinteresting I'm Facebook friends with a random small town photographer because I like seeing his weirdness pop up in my newsfeed. Facebook
worldnews Woman praises train guard after racist attack - BBC News BBC
AskReddit The United States Education System got far worse than ever according to PISA. How would you improve Education if it were our Apollo Mission of the 21st Century? United
Showerthoughts The only time I use Internet Explorer is when I want to download Google Chrome. Google
Music Black Sabbath bow out in Birmingham with final concert - BBC News BBC
news Black Sabbath bow out in Birmingham with final concert - BBC News BBC
mildlyinteresting Pencil holder at the Lego store has a spiral staircase inside. I love this place. Lego
AskReddit If the United States were to get nuked tomorrow what would be the fist ten cities to go and why? United
explainlikeimfive ELI5 Why is United States threatened by ISIS, more than any other regions like Europe, Russia or Middle East? United
gaming Professor Winston to Winston Winston
Art self portrait, Microsoft Paint airbursh Microsoft
todayilearned TIL McDonald's used to server soda with a cone cup. Forcing you to eat there crap with one hand. McDonald's
worldnews Trump Posted A False News Report To His Facebook Page And Got Thousands Of Shares Facebook
Showerthoughts Asking Google a question is like asking the audience on Who Wants to Be a Millionaire. Google
todayilearned TIL that In 1934 Retired Marine Corps Major General Smedley Butler testified before the United States House of Representatives that wealthy businessmen were plotting to overthrow then President Franklin D. Roosevelt. United
explainlikeimfive Eli5: TD and TC TD
pics They built a McDonald's on top of the stairway to heaven in Hawaii McDonald's
funny High Speed Chase - Texas Edition Chase
gaming Bought FIFA 16 first ever fifa from games stop and when "installing" to the Xbox one it only gets to 12%. What do I do? Xbox
gaming In a Few Days You Can Join the Xbox Insider Program Xbox
videos Hack CCTV Cameras Without Any Software Using Google 2017! Google
Music Check Out My Sped Up Music Youtube Channel! Youtube
Showerthoughts Be happy that the Delta Force and Navy SEALS exist.... As long they exist you have a chance in a worst case scenario. Delta
worldnews Trump bid to reinstate travel ban fails - BBC News BBC
explainlikeimfive ELI5: Can you give me a brief summary of the BMW internal computer system? BMW
todayilearned TIL in 2003 two men strolled on to a Boeing 727 and just flew off. Them and the plane haven't been seen since. Boeing
worldnews Trump bid to reinstate travel ban fails - BBC News BBC
food Homemade Orange Soda Cake Orange
worldnews Trump bid to reinstate travel ban fails - BBC News BBC
listentothis Charlie Winston -- Lately Indie Rock 2014 Winston
videos Neil deGrasse Tyson talks about how conspiracy theories effect society and private enterprises such as Space X. Tyson
Art Breath of the wild hype. Ipad pro with Apple pencil. 1536x2048 Apple
gaming One of the best moments of Youtube gaming skip to 8:20 if deep link doesn't work. Youtube
funny Brazilian dancers performing Total Eclipse of the Heart. AKA, Total Eclipse of Sarrada. Total
worldnews New Israel settlements 'may not be helpful' to peace, says US - BBC News BBC
Showerthoughts I love that you can Google "A man with two dogs in his pockets walking a duck wearing shoes", and get exactly that Google
worldnews Trump bid to restore travel ban rejected - BBC News BBC
todayilearned TIL in 1986, '60 Minutes' ran a scathing exposé on the Audi 5000, alleging it could wildly accelerate on its own. However, their on-air demonstration used a rigged car to show falsified results. Gov't tests later vindicated Audi but their sales had already plummeted. '60 Minutes' never apologized. Audi
listentothis Steve Kent -- Joy Electric Hip-Hop 2017 Kent
Showerthoughts I seem to allow reviews of apps in the app store govern my decision on a 99p purchase far more than an eBay or Amazon review on a £99 purchase. eBay
AskReddit Does the Executive Order Banning Travel From 7 Countries Only Ban Flights From Those Countries Or Does It Ban People From Those Countries From Entering The United States - If So Where Is This Found In the Document? United
funny My Starbucks coffee has little people trying to escape! Drawn by barista ; Starbucks
Showerthoughts If Google does with autonomous cars what it has done with Android phones, we can expect a future with abandoned Herbie-the-Lovebug cars everywhere, stuck and/or misbehaving. Google
videos If you're going to fake it, you'd think you would at least Google what the uniform is supposed to look like Google
Showerthoughts I have no idea what being a tiger actually feels like, yet somehow, even after all these years, eating a bowl of Kellogg's Frosted Flakes still makes me feel slightly more tiger-esque. Kellogg's
funny Came home late last night and found my roommate left me a message...in Taco Bell sauce Bell
videos [Design Newsfeed Screen by Adobe XD Adobe XD Tutorial](https://www.reddit.com/videos/comments/5s7eae/design_newsfeed_screen_by_adobe_xd_adobe_xd/)
explainlikeimfive ELI5: How are Youtube comments moderated to only show the good ones? Youtube
pics How does Mike Tyson speak? Why, he uses his... Tyson
videos Dad catches son playing his Xbox after being told not to and destroys it as a result. Xbox
movies Ghost In The Shell Trailer Shell
Showerthoughts Bing is so dumb, that if you search Googol 10 to the power of 100 it presents you with Google the search engine, as the first of many references. Google
explainlikeimfive ELI5: Why do big companies like Coca-Cola spend millions on ads when everyone already knows they exist? Coca-Cola
pics Whoever created this Lego Batman Movie t-shirt display really didn't think the design through... Lego
videos NSFW Youtube won't take this video down. Youtube
Jokes US Representatives are like the dislike button on Youtube comments Youtube
news Afghanistan and Pakistan avalanches kill dozens - BBC News BBC
worldnews Afghanistan and Pakistan avalanches kill dozens - BBC News BBC
worldnews 'You scare the heck out of me': Twitter feed collects Trump voters' regrets Twitter
todayilearned TIL Chandralekha 1948 - India - Tamil was the first film with a budget of more than a million dollars to be made outside of the United States. United
Showerthoughts I'd love to see stats for "X cm in inches" Google searches and viceversa. I have a feeling many of them will be about penises, specially at night. Google
videos The original Xbox vs Xbox One Xbox
AskReddit How much would you have to be paid to let Mike Tyson punch you in the face? Tyson
videos How Twitter throttles tweets Twitter
listentothis Rebel Kites - Atlas Sky Folk Rock 2015 Sky
AskReddit Teachers of Reddit, does Google affect your classroom? Do you know when students just Google answers? Google
listentothis Paint The Sky Red -- The Happy Ending Is You post rock 2014 Sky
AskReddit Why do you block people on Facebook for no reason? Facebook
AskReddit Why has it been that Green is Go/Good, Yellow is Slow/Warning and Red is Stop/Bad? Why this particular set of colors and not other colors like Blue, Orange or Purple? Orange
worldnews Visa holders from seven majority-Muslim countries who were turned away from the United States due to President Donald Trump’s travel ban are rushing to try again, hoping to make it through a narrow window opened by legal challenges. United
space In Search Of Liberty Bell 7: Documentary on the recovery of Grissom's Mercury capsule x-post from spacehistory Bell
funny McDonald's + Burger King + KFC Burger King
space Boeing has designed a sleek new space suit. The form-fitting Boeing Blue suit weighs only 20 pounds, about 10 pounds lighter than the bulky orange "pumpkin" suits worn by NASA shuttle crews. Boeing
AskReddit Reddit workers of Victoria's Secret & other lingerie stories, what is your most awkward experiences with customers? Victoria's Secret
Music Good Latin Instrumental Music on Apple Music Apple
Showerthoughts Charcuterie plates are the IKEA of food. IKEA
news Kent State responds to Michigan official calling for "another Kent State" Kent
funny We were making fun of the lack of exclamation points in a Super Bowl party Facebook event. Facebook
movies Film Review: 'The Lego Batman Movie' Is Super-Fun Superhero Satire Lego
Futurology How Facebook plans to evaluate its quest for generalized artificial intelligence Facebook
worldnews 'If trade stops, war starts' Alibaba founder who visited Donald Trump warns. 'The world needs globalisation, it needs trade' Alibaba
mildlyinteresting The curtains created the Windows logo over an Apple logo sticker. Apple
todayilearned TIL that in 2006, a 23-year old James Bond fan changed his name to "James Dr No From Russia with Love Goldfinger ... Die Another Day Casino Royale Bond" Casino
videos Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds apparently had nothing to do with LSD Sky
mildlyinteresting This Jeep is a pickup Jeep
Music England Dan & John Ford Coley - Love Is The Answer Soft Rock Ford
gaming Long time Xbox gamer thinking of trading in everything for PS4 Xbox
AskReddit Gamers of Reddit, what's your favorite Xbox One controlleheadset and why? Xbox
videos LSD and Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds Sky
gaming GameStop and Target cancelling some Switch pre-orders due to shortages Target
todayilearned TIL Metallica did a cover of Total Eclipse of the Heart Total
mildlyinteresting Visor clip in my Jeep has seen some shit Jeep
gifs Hermit Crabs Shell Exchange Shell
LifeProTips LPT To remember what's in what storage box take a photo of each item. Put it in a shared Google Photos album, generate a QR code of its URL and put a label with it on the box. This way you always know what's in a box, and can search for anything from any browser. Google
WritingPrompts WP Google has been hacked and a website published where everyone's complete web search history is available and easily searchable by their name and email address. Google
aww Hermit Crabs Shell Exchange Shell
television Top Gear: First episode 1977 - BBC News intro+2mins BBC
AskReddit Redditors who work at the McDonald's corporate headquarters, why is McDonald's such a success? McDonald's
Showerthoughts I really want to change search engine, but Google is the only one that actually finds what I am looking for... Google
videos [Emergency landing flight Boeing 777 carrying 300 passengers on sonw plane crash](https://www.reddit.com/videos/comments/5s8zpf/emergency_landing_flight_boeing_777_carrying_300/)
mildlyinteresting Executive Orders now has its own section on Google news Google
Documentaries Where did humans come from? - New BBC Documentary 2017 BBC
AskReddit What unusual Youtube channel are you subbed to and why? Youtube
Art Ingredients of a Subway Car, Installation with Pen and Ink Drawings Subway
gifs Trucks launched off USS Gerald Ford aircraft carrier to test its jet catapult system Ford
nottheonion Kent State responds to Michigan official calling for "another Kent State" Kent
AskReddit Why Google is best search engine according to your opinion? Google
todayilearned TIL that Youtube has a stats for nerds option when right clicking on a video Youtube
explainlikeimfive ELI5 Coke and Pepsi Zero have 0% on fats salts and sugars, what is in them and how bad are they actually? Pepsi
gaming A big thank you to the amazing redditors who showed me some kindness after I posted about purchasing an Xbox 360. I am extremely grateful for all you've done for me! I can't thank you folks enough. Xbox
pics Jet Airways Boeing 777 at London Stansted Airport Diversion from Heathrow Boeing
Art two Portraits, Microsoft Paint airbursh tool Microsoft
nosleep I hacked Brianna Westledorf's Facebook part 2 Facebook
Showerthoughts I shop at Walmart but not for the low prices. I just like being the most sexy person in the store. Walmart
gaming The Apple News icon looks very similar to the Dota 2 icon. Apple
funny The summary to Google Skymaps user agreement today Google
worldnews Germans' Trust in United States Falls to Russia's Level United
funny Oh good, Walmart restocked their girlfriends aisle Walmart
gaming Where can I get Read Dead Redemption 1 for Xbox One for a reasonable price? I don't care if it's physical or digital Xbox
funny My friends and I went to Walmart today. Walmart
Documentaries Nuclear weapons... new Documentary BBC 2017 BBC
EarthPorn Roswell, Georgia, United States. Serenity by the water. OC 5184 × 2216 United
mildlyinteresting Crystal Pepsi sighting in GA Pepsi
todayilearned TIL Target stores are located in 49 out of 50 US states. The only exception is Vermont. Target
funny So I ran Bohemian Rhapsody lyrics through Google translator couple of times... Google
videos London Luton Airport Plane Spotting Wizzair Hungary Pretty In Pink Airbus Jets Up Close. Airbus
pics This Pizza Hut is ready for Super Bowl Sunday Pizza Hut
AskReddit How plausible do you think it is that the United States will start another war? United
listentothis Steve Kent -- Joy Electric Hip-Hop 2017 Kent
nottheonion [Shopper with gun kills suspected diaper thief at Florida Walmart Fox News](https://www.reddit.com/nottheonion/comments/5sa0h4/shopper_with_gun_kills_suspected_diaper_thief_at/)
pics This lady at Costco sat down, pulled out her laptop and got to work. Costco
funny "How does Mike Tyson speak? Why, he uses his..." Tyson
sports Paul Pierce hits his final bucket at the TD Garden and the crowd goes wild TD
gaming Three generations of Xbox - all simultaneously playable through the same audio/visual output except X1, thanks to component switcher Xbox
Showerthoughts I've never seen a Ferrari commercial. Ferrari
news Witness Opens Fire, Kills Walmart Shoplifting Suspect, Orange County Deputies Say Walmart
news Witness Opens Fire, Kills Walmart Shoplifting Suspect, Orange County Deputies Say Orange
videos A Video on How To Make An Apple Bong Apple
dataisbeautiful A map of the most popular NFL team by county, measured in Facebook likes Facebook
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2017.01.25 23:38 subreddit_stats Sex cctv camera tamil

Period: 364.58 days
Submissions Comments
Total 1000 126024
Rate (per day) 2.74 344.87
Unique Redditors 650 10917
Combined Score 450243 932604
Top Submitters' Top Submissions

  1. 14223 points, 14 submissions: ironypatrol
    1. Winner of a fancy dress competition at a school in Bangalore (8456 points, 222 comments)
    2. The United States of India (938 points, 51 comments)
    3. PV Sindhu wins China Open (810 points, 24 comments)
    4. Arnab Goswami resigns from Times Now, says could start another venture (777 points, 356 comments)
    5. Didn’t know Hindi well, came from Chennai. I thought “abbey saale” was way to call out to people: Google CEO, sundarpichai at IIT-Kharagpur (433 points, 131 comments)
    6. A cartoon on Salman's recent acquittal from the black buck case (429 points, 23 comments)
    7. Today is the 97th anniversary of the Jallianwala Bagh Massacre [NP] (353 points, 102 comments)
    8. Amazing picture of Indian Army tanks firing at night at Exercise Shatrujeet on now in Rajasthan (350 points, 71 comments)
    9. Bill for legalised supply of opium, marijuana cleared for Parliament (307 points, 63 comments)
    10. Homosexuality Can Be 'Cured', Say 38% of IIT Bombay Students (303 points, 196 comments)
  2. 11272 points, 1 submission: hd-86
    1. Tragedy of India (11272 points, 349 comments)
  3. 6558 points, 1 submission: ForPranitaThrowaway
    1. My friend passed away and TOI made a mockery of her. (6558 points, 244 comments)
  4. 6412 points, 3 submissions: Saigo_Digiart
    1. I thought there was a lack of India based satire comics, so I made my own! - Brown Paper Bag. Let me know what you guys think about a few of my first comics (3130 points, 209 comments)
    2. A few days ago, I shared the first of my India based comics - Brown Paperbag. The response has been overwhelming. I owe a lot of it to Reddit /India. So here are some more of them for those of you who are not on Facebook (1990 points, 167 comments)
    3. /India, it's been a while! I'd like to thank you guys so much for liking my comics. Here are a few more for those of you not on Facebook/Instagram (1292 points, 137 comments)
  5. 5855 points, 12 submissions: wordswithmagic
    1. How to transport a bed for free in Bangalore? (1859 points, 180 comments)
    2. This is what we Indians did to the new superfast Mahamana Express; Do we even deserve such swanky trains? (905 points, 317 comments)
    3. Son has no legal right in parents' house, can stay at their mercy: Delhi high court (428 points, 115 comments)
    4. TIL: In 1955, Parliamentarians unanimously decided to increase their salary by Re 1, because their existing salary was Rs 420 (408 points, 39 comments)
    5. Karnataka government likely to limit multiplex movie ticket price at Rs 120 (383 points, 541 comments)
    6. Proof that Delhi citizens are not heartless, cold, indifferent to others' pain and joys (322 points, 115 comments)
    7. JNU vs Siachen (Cartoon by Satish Acharya) (277 points, 49 comments)
    8. TIL: In an interview, Salman Khan explained his logic of refusing Chak De India: “I had a problem with the title. I wish they hadn’t added India to the title. I felt our fans in Pakistan and Bangladesh might feel bad.” (277 points, 120 comments)
    9. TIL: In 1984, Atal Bihari Vajpayee stood between a murderous mob and helpless Sikh taxi drivers to save them from catastrophe (262 points, 74 comments)
    10. TIL In 1991, when India's foreign exchange reserves plunged to $1.2 billion, RBI pledged India's entire gold reserve to raise $600 million. The van transporting the 67 tons of gold to the airport broke down on route and panic followed.. (250 points, 85 comments)
  6. 5841 points, 10 submissions: imnoidiot5
    1. A slice of Mumbai at night (1683 points, 130 comments)
    2. The Milky Way from Tosh, Paravati Valley, Himachal Pradesh (1390 points, 78 comments)
    3. An elephant and a rhino have an awkward stand off in Jaldaprada, West Bengal (518 points, 80 comments)
    4. IAF aircraft in action on the INS Vikramaditya (450 points, 59 comments)
    5. Diving with elephants in the Andaman and Nicobar islands (356 points, 56 comments)
    6. Can You Hear Bollywood's Deafening Silence On Salman Khan's Rape Comment? (354 points, 172 comments)
    7. A short exchange with an earthquake expert got me wondering about India's preparedness for any earthquakes in the future (313 points, 59 comments)
    8. The Kamuthi Solar Power Project in Kamuthi, Tamil Nadu viewed from the sky. (283 points, 22 comments)
    9. A stadium being prepared before a Delhi Daredevils game (256 points, 18 comments)
    10. Tabo Monastery, Spiti Valley, Himachal Pradesh, India (238 points, 17 comments)
  7. 5513 points, 6 submissions: Keerikkadan91
    1. Shilpa Shetty's thoughts on Orwell's 'Animal Farm' (3973 points, 433 comments)
    2. Cute equals childish: When will the Tamil cinema heroine grow up and become an adult? | For many heroes, the heroine is simply a overgrown child old enough to legitimately excite him sexually. (405 points, 195 comments)
    3. Indian politician builds mansion with bullet-proof bathroom using taxpayer money | 'It's like the good old days when the feudal lord would have a castle that would have a house as well as his office,' says one critic [x-post /worldnews] (403 points, 96 comments)
    4. 'Charkha in hands and Nathuram in heart; No sin in calling a joker a joker': Gandhi's great-grandson slams Modi over Khadi calendar row (246 points, 100 comments)
    5. Kerala CM says beef eating part of state's culture, ban in police academy to go (244 points, 193 comments)
    6. First batch of three female fighter pilots commissioned (242 points, 83 comments)
  8. 5174 points, 11 submissions: mathurawai
    1. There's an Indian YouTube Tech Channel Sharmaji Technical which posts tech videos/Mobile Reviews in Hindi. Only this time he forgot to clear the history before making the video. (920 points, 161 comments)
    2. Mahatma Gandhi's letter to Adolf Hitler. July 1939. (711 points, 237 comments)
    3. Salman Khan's legal team forces parody account to delete the Facebook page. (646 points, 191 comments)
    4. A photo of Assam floods I took on my flight. (546 points, 22 comments)
    5. Happy Independence Day India. (499 points, 144 comments)
    6. 50 chartered planes to ferry VVIPs to Nagpur for Gadkari’s daughter’s wedding (398 points, 208 comments)
    7. This 21 year old girl was stabbed over 22 times by a stalker in Delhi. [NSFL] (331 points, 185 comments)
    8. One is Master of courts, undefeated, unparalleled pride of India. Other one is PV Sindhu. (330 points, 29 comments)
    9. How the intellectuals of Gurgaon behave with Bachelors. (279 points, 217 comments)
    10. Some jokes just write themselves. (260 points, 95 comments)
  9. 4331 points, 12 submissions: Abzone7n
    1. Beautiful India (Day 3) : Dawki,Meghalaya. (592 points, 29 comments)
    2. Beautiful India (Day 5) : Leh-town, Ladakh. (467 points, 25 comments)
    3. India bags deals to launch 68 foreign satellites, 12 of them from US (459 points, 49 comments)
    4. Rajya Sabha passes GST Bill 197-to-0 (454 points, 291 comments)
    5. Never change Kozhikode (429 points, 65 comments)
    6. BBC being BBC, (x-post nepal). (324 points, 66 comments)
    7. Beautiful India (Day 8) : Agatti Island Airport, Lakshadweep. (308 points, 20 comments)
    8. North Sikkim for me is a fairytale place in the winter. (294 points, 40 comments)
    9. India's car manufacturing industry has surpassed South Korea's to become the world's fifth largest in terms of output so far this year (284 points, 86 comments)
    10. Beautiful India(Day 2) : Meesapulimala, Kerala. (244 points, 23 comments)
  10. 3771 points, 10 submissions: hipporama
    1. Petrol stations won't accept cards from Monday to protest bank's transaction fee (585 points, 177 comments)
    2. No laws in India to protect customers if they lose money during digital transactions (481 points, 159 comments)
    3. Ramdev’s Patanjali Fails FSSAI Tests, Fined (449 points, 116 comments)
    4. Finance ministry official says political parties are exempted under income tax law to deposit old currency notes in their bank accounts (407 points, 175 comments)
    5. I Have Seen More Sexism In Bollywood Than In The Porn Industry, Says Sunny Leone (379 points, 196 comments)
    6. Among Political Parties, BJP Has Largest Amount Of Unknown Income (355 points, 109 comments)
    7. Amit Shah’s co-operative bank at Ahmedabad Ashramam road gets Rs 500 crore deposit, just after notes ban (334 points, 116 comments)
    8. India 96th in download speed, behind Nepal, Bangladesh (278 points, 93 comments)
    9. Gujarat: Angry cashless people attack banks (260 points, 140 comments)
    10. You say clean-up is your concern so why no Lokpal in 2 yrs, SC asks Govt (243 points, 123 comments)
  11. 3743 points, 7 submissions: HarrySeverusPotter
    1. Something that you'll not see on news channels (1594 points, 126 comments)
    2. [Shower Thought] I'm convinced most of the teachers who told me Wikipedia is unreliable, now use viral WhatsApp forwards for most of their news sources (449 points, 81 comments)
    3. [NP] Anyone like falooda? (411 points, 52 comments)
    4. [NP] you know nothing bull. (364 points, 77 comments)
    5. Arnab Goswami wants me to speak on that British guys views on India on NewsHour, but that man doesnt deserve any airtime, hence I have denied : Virender Sehwag (@virendersehwag) on Twitter (361 points, 115 comments)
    6. When you see it ... [xpost funny] (318 points, 62 comments)
    7. [NP] But Why? (246 points, 57 comments)
  12. 3124 points, 6 submissions: ghatroad
    1. Mitron.....! (1497 points, 121 comments)
    2. Marine Drive, Bombay (Mumbai), India, 1930s [NP] (454 points, 100 comments)
    3. Indian Men will be Men (338 points, 136 comments)
    4. [NP] Indian engineer working in Sweden starter pack X-post sweden (306 points, 171 comments)
    5. [NP] Meanwhile in TN (286 points, 71 comments)
    6. [NP] Vasco da Gama before the Zamorin of Calicut X-post from southindiaart (243 points, 74 comments)
  13. 3080 points, 4 submissions: sojana
    1. Supreme Court historic verdict: Politicians can't use religion, caste, creed or language for votes (1310 points, 307 comments)
    2. [NP]When that one homie who supplies dope walks in! (1052 points, 81 comments)
    3. India Has Surpassed Mexico To Become The Most Ignorant Nation In The World: Survey (457 points, 235 comments)
    4. PMO refuses demonetisation info under RTI - Times of India (261 points, 87 comments)
  14. 2899 points, 1 submission: yal_sik
    1. Modi: From Nov 8 to abolish 500 and 1000 Rupee notes. (2899 points, 1803 comments)
  15. 2796 points, 6 submissions: AvianSlam
    1. @CNNnews18: #BREAKING -- Veteran actor Om Puri passes away at the age of 66 (1176 points, 200 comments)
    2. Andhra CM's mega prize for any Andhra scientist who gets a Nobel: Rs. 100 crore. Naidu's offer is roughly 16 times more than the reward money of the Nobel Prize itself. (413 points, 125 comments)
    3. AP FiberNet: Andhra Pradesh launches 15 Mbps broadband Internet at Rs 149 per month, 100 Mbps at Rs 999. (399 points, 309 comments)
    4. BJP MP Ananth Kumar Hegde caught on camera beating up doctor at Karnataka hospital. BJP has distanced itself from the MP, saying the party is not accountable for an individual’s actions. (291 points, 58 comments)
    5. Note ban takes toll on terror; Pak counterfeit presses close, Kashmir violence dips 60% (278 points, 193 comments)
    6. Check out Andhra Pradesh State Dashboard, where you can monitor everything from number of streetlights switched on, power generated daily, water levels, rainfall, tax revenue, forest plantation rates, government revenue, and more. (239 points, 33 comments)
  16. 2673 points, 7 submissions: doc_two_thirty
    1. Cow only animal that inhales, exhales oxygen: Rajasthan minister (542 points, 262 comments)
    2. The logic works both ways [NP] (430 points, 18 comments)
    3. How to party safely in India [NP] (409 points, 57 comments)
    4. Cheesy girls [NP] (406 points, 64 comments)
    5. 25 out of 33 Patanjali Ads Were False & Misleading: ASCI (361 points, 68 comments)
    6. The word "night" in the Indian sub-continent [x-post etymologymaps] [NP] (284 points, 150 comments)
    7. An Excerpt from Chetan Bhagat's latest book [NP] (241 points, 299 comments)
  17. 2672 points, 3 submissions: MantalBwoy
    1. Airtel, please. (1516 points, 153 comments)
    2. RIP Indian Media (615 points, 103 comments)
    3. Anurag Kashyap on Twitter: If you haven't seen Masaan , better to download it on torrents or watch a pirated Dvd than see it on hot star. It's mutilated on it. (541 points, 192 comments)
  18. 2493 points, 5 submissions: that_70_show_fan
    1. Amazon Prime video is censoring content and the world needs to take notice (1115 points, 272 comments)
    2. Just something that happened to my sis....[x-post /funny] (553 points, 135 comments)
    3. Why everyone need to support our police forces demand for 8 hour shifts (293 points, 58 comments)
    4. Honda announces that, starting April 2017, all their cars will come with dual SRS airbags as standard (285 points, 77 comments)
    5. Censor Board wants 40 cuts in Bollywood film Udta Punjab, which deals with drug abuse in the state - The Board has refused to clear the film if the edits are not made, citing 'excessive swearing, abusive language and drug consumption' shown in it. (247 points, 100 comments)
  19. 2389 points, 5 submissions: Divtya_Budhlya
    1. In light of The Times of India (TOI) implementing Anti-Adblock Features and blocking its readers, here's how many ads they display compared to actual content. (1112 points, 144 comments)
    2. Reuters India on Twitter: India’s telecom regulator TRAI says no company to offecharge discriminatory tariffs for data on basis of content - TV (424 points, 38 comments)
    3. Marc Andreessen on Twitter: "Anti-colonialism has been economically catastrophic for the Indian people for decades. Why stop now?" (320 points, 133 comments)
    4. Cops in Mumbai continue to harass couples on the streets for no reason (275 points, 103 comments)
    5. TIMES NOW on Twitter: "#BREAKING Bombay High Court orders only 1 cut in 'Udta Punjab' #UdtaPunjabVerdict https://t.co/l70Pulketd" (258 points, 107 comments)
  20. 2367 points, 3 submissions: sex_with_a_panda
    1. Haha (1285 points, 129 comments)
    2. India is dying of thirst, can we please talk about it? (700 points, 291 comments)
    3. [Zoke Tym] After Oscars, reporter asks Leonardo DiCaprio about intolerance in India (382 points, 50 comments)
  21. 2250 points, 7 submissions: john2a
    1. Ladakh - Two seasons (393 points, 27 comments)
    2. Phoren uncle is always better (363 points, 65 comments)
    3. TIL there is a longstanding demand in Northeast India for a separate time zone. NE people have breakfast after minimum four hours of daylight and start of office hours only at middle of the day. (358 points, 86 comments)
    4. TIL Kalki Koechlin is the last descendant of the renowned Alsatian Koechlin family which included French industrialists, traders, composers, perfume makers, an aviation pioneer, mayors and a structural designer of the Eiffel Tower. (350 points, 44 comments)
    5. TIL 18th and 19th century European visitors at Mahabalipuram reported that locals had seen glinting copper tops of pagodas out at sea. After the 2004 Tsunami, a previously unseen lion statue appeared on Mahabalipuram beach. (282 points, 23 comments)
    6. Most technical protest in India ever (253 points, 26 comments)
    7. Condition of NH-37 Manipur (251 points, 40 comments)
  22. 2229 points, 5 submissions: techaddict0099
    1. OMG! Times of India makes a fool of itself – TOI Promotes The Hindu in matrimonial ad (995 points, 61 comments)
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2017.01.09 15:40 HelpSaveStudents Tamil cctv camera sex

This incident happened four days ago, but you are unlikely to read about this in the news because the college's owner have heavy political influence. Any negative news about this college almost never comes out of the campus as any student who dares to report such things will immediately be suspended/debarred/not-allowed-to-write-exams.
The last time a negative news came from this engineering college was in 2010 when some students protested because two college officials(male) went inside ladies hostel at night and misbehaved with girls. The officials claimed that they were going through the bags of all girls to inspect if anyone have brought any mobile phones or laptops. Yes, phones are banned in this Engineering college. The students who protested the next day were debarred! After this incident, no one dares to protest no matter what happens.
I am an ex-student of this college and I can confirm that everyday was like going to hell. It is a private college-network. They run multiple colleges under different names at different locations (Nehru College of Engineering and Research Center, Thrissur, Kerala, Jawaharlal college of Engineering, Palakkad,Kerala, Nehru colleges, Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu etc) The college where this incident happened is Nehru College of Engineering and Research Center, Thrissur, Kerala.
For most people, college life might be the most enjoyable time of their life, but not for me or any of my classmates. It was a mental torture to go through this college. I am glad that it is over now. I can mention some of my 'memories' of my college life

  1. You are not allowed to talk to anyone of the opposite gender. If you talk and any "disciplinary inspectors" sees it, then they will consider it to be romance/love, you will be suspended immediately and your parents will be called. If you are lucky, you can get away with a fine and few weeks suspension.
  2. You are not allowed to share benches with a person of opposite gender. It is in the rule book!
  3. We have uniforms and Id cards. If you are caught with even a one-day's worth of beard, your ID card will be snatched and you will have to pay fine of Rs100 to Rs500. If you are caught without the ID cards next day, you will have to pay more fine. These fines are not really meant to make students better, but they are just collecting the fines for the sake of making free money. Considering atleast 100 students getting Rs100 fine per day on average, they are getting atleast 2.5 lakhs in fine every month. I doubt if they are submitting this data to the income tax department!
  4. Compulsory attendance. Even if they do not teach anything for the whole day, you are forced to sit on the bench quietly, everyday. Leaves are not allowed unless you are very ill and can prove it with medical certificate. Taking a day off for any other reason will result in Rs100 fine(per day) and a meeting with the director. Attendance is taken every hour and if you miss even one class an automated sms will go to your parents, half day's attendance will be cut and you will be fined.
  5. If they do not like you for any reason and they are unable to directly take action, forget your internals. They can fail you in every retest too, as it is totally under their discretion.
  6. It is 6 days class every week from 9 to 4:30PM. Second & fourth Saturday are gladly holidays, but you will be given assignment on every second friday(and fourth friday) to write CMA. Full form is something like Chairman's Memorial Assessment or something like that. It was started when our founding chairman passed away few years ago. In CMA, you will be given five big questions of each subject, and you are supposed to write article sized answers in different booklets(which you need to buy from them) for each subject and this needs to be submitted by Monday 9:00AM in person. For any reason you are unable to come at that time, your internal marks is gone. These questions are nothing useful or creative. They just give "explain xyz" and you are supposed to find it in the textbook and copy it. Every second saturday and fourth saturday it is a ritual for everyone to circle-copy these things. Many professors have said that this is a waste of time but management is not allowing them to change this even if they want to.
  7. If for some reason one day you got an unexpected holiday like due to a strike or something, dont think that you got a holiday as they will convert next real holiday into working day to compensate this unexpected holiday.
  8. You are not allowed to bring 'outside books' to college. You must use the book made by the college only.
  9. There are cctv cameras everywhere watching your every step.(This can be considered as good or bad..I dont know.)
  10. Hostel is compulsory in first year for anyone who is not coming from their own home. Hostel life is way too strict too. I don't know how it is in other colleges, but we had roll-call every day just like prison camps. You are supposed to stand in a line at fixed time every day, and they will ask to say out loud your hostel roll number. Hostel curfew is at 6.30PM. Hostlers can go out of the campus with the written permission of the warden inbetween 4:30 to 6:30. Most hostlers do not get this permission and is hence trapped inside the campus full-time until the next holidays when they can go to their own home. Mess food is compulsory for hostlers, although the quality of food is poor. There is no chance you can go out and eat. Also, bringing food inside hostel is against the rules.
  11. There is mobile phone radio Jammers in Girls hostel. It is an electronic device which makes it not possible to use Mobile phones within a certain area as you will not get network signal.
  12. We had absolutely no rights as adult 18+ citizens. We were treated worse than school children. We had to get signatures from parents for every small things. The parents have to come to college every semester to review the performance, and so that the school--teachers can complain about us. Even the leaves for medical reasons required a phone call from parents, a written letter from parents and a medical certificate from a reputable doctor.
  13. We were not allowed to celebrate anything inside the campus, like cutting cake for someone's birthday etc. My senior friend and his class was fined because they celebrated a classmates birthday by cutting cake inside the classroom.
Damn, I got carried away with these old memories.. Let's get into the topic.
This time, a first year computer science engineering student named Jishnu committed suicide after not being able to bear the torture. He was a pretty creative student who had won several technical competitions and had even featured on newspapers for a device he invented. He was also a freelance web developer.
According to his classmates, Jishnu who allegedly glanced behind and was asked to stand up by one Mr. Praveen, the invigilator in the examination hall(This 'professor' was fired from previous two colleges for misbehaving with girls). Jishnu was scolded before his fellow students and was then taken to the Vice Principal's room where he was mentally tortured for more than an hour. His answer sheet, in which he had almost finished his test, was torn up. He was told that he had been debarred from writing exams for 3 years. He came back to hostel, disillusioned, alone and lost, with his future threatened and he found himself incapable of addressing the situation. He committed suicide.
It is also alleged that the P.R.O of the college also physically tortured him. There were bruise marks and his leg was swollen on his dead-body. Although this guy holds the position of public relations officer, he is the son of a politician and he owns half of the shares of the college. He is well known to take students to his room and physically punch them like a goonda. The disciplinary inspectors are also nothing but goondas hired under the name of disciplinary inspector. They have no qualification other than a big tough body. (I have not experienced any physical torture, but many have and it is a well known fact in the college.)
They have cctv cameras everywhere, if what the college is saying is true, then why not release the video footage of the copying incident, or the video after Jishnu got out of the principal's office? Latest reports says the university investigative team found the college management’s statement of 'caught copying, hence committed suicide' to be false. (Source)
This news remains hidden from the mainstream-media till now. Today many students and local parties protested in a kindof bad way, they shattered some window glass and such stuff, which I do not approve at all.) and some local news are now covering it. Even then, many media groups refused to write the name of the college and instead used the word 'popular college'.
Why students still join this college? I also joined it with lot of dreams and aspirations. I wanted to be a great Engineer and I wasn't forced into engineering by anyone. The thing is, no one outside the college knows about all these bad things. It is kindof a secret which only the students know. They even advertise 'Wifi campus' although there are no wifi points which are accessible to students, plus mobiles & laptops are banned. Only the positive news get spread in media and due to this, this college has a quite big name in Kerala. Many students come from distant districts to study here! More than half of the seats are filled with merit students who got selected after writing the Kerala Engineering test, so they have no other option. Also, once you join, there is no turning back. If you want to change colleges or drop out, you will be forced to pay the entire 4 year's fee!
One good thing I can say about this college. There is absolutely no ragging from any senior students... But, well...instead you can get mental torture from management. Infact, students of different years are not allowed to talk to each other. Seniors are scared to talk to juniors, as they can face suspension if the junior complains about anything. There is one case where a senior just asked the name of a junior girl, she didnt like it, so she went and reported it. The senior was suspended.
And, do you know what? I would call this a medium-strict college. I know of other colleges in Tamil Nadu which are 10X more strict, and for those students, this may seem like heaven. I guess these are the legalized concentration camps of today's era.
Some news links
Fury bursts against Kerala college after student Jishnu kills self over copying allegation
Kerala college student Jishnu's death: Netizens blame news channels for not naming engineering college; memes go viral
Torture rooms, fine for beards, no girlfriends: Nehru College students list out harassment methods
Penalty for talking, cutting cakes, growing beard; Nehru College follows bizarre rules
Engg student’s death: SFI, KSU march turn violent
Ex-student shudders at nightmarish experience
KTU officials find college contention of copying false
If you think this is a serious topic which needs to be investigated, sign this change.org petition - A change.org petition
If you want to help, please spread this news so that more people can know about this. It is the only way for some change to happen. This is the first time in over 7 years where some students have gathered courage to come together to protest this. If it doesn't get enough media attention, then they are likely to get silenced in a week, then de-barred, and the next protest wouldn't happen for many years until someone else commits suicide.
Twitter hashtag - #JusticeForJishnu Facebook link - Justice for Jishnu
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2016.03.23 15:55 daddie_o Tamil cctv camera sex

I have begun to notice some inconsistencies in the reporting on the Belgium bombing attacks. I encourage others to post similar inconsistencies and other evidence (like crisis actors, etc.) here as it emerges.
First is this report in USA today about the photographer who took the picture of two wounded women (see link for pic). I'm going to pull out different bits from that article and another one and then discuss all the inconsistencies. In the USA Today article it says:

Ketevan Kardava [a Georgian photo-journalist] ... was in the departure hall of the Brussels Airport in Belgium ... when the first explosion went off a meter and a half from where she was standing.
A meter and a half is just under 5 feet. Keep that in mind.
The article also quotes her as saying:
Her first reaction was to take out her camera as glass, debris and smoke swirled in the air around her. "I was in shock. It was instinct...Everyone was covered in blood. They lost their legs. All of them,” she said. "I kept looking to see my legs. With my hands, I wanted to feel them."
Kardava says as soon as she realized she was alive, she screamed for help...."I was shouting “Doctor! Doctor! Doctor! And no one was there.” When no one came, she took her camera back out and snapped the photo of the "woman in the yellow jacket."
She kept taking photos and screaming for help until armed soldiers came and told everyone who was able to, to run as fast as they could.
"The people I photographed were not able to run and I wasn’t able to help them. It was very, very difficult for me to leave them. I was the only person on my feet. I wanted to help all of them but I couldn't. I left them. I had to — we expected a third explosion."
"I don’t know how I did it. I don’t know how I took that photo. As a journalist, it was my instinct. I posted it on Facebook and wrote 'Explosion … Help us.’"
Then there's this report in the Daily Mail:
From the heroic baggage handler (the Carlos Arredondo of this affair): "I heard a man shout some Arabic words then an explosion.. then a second explosion, a massive explosion, much bigger....'It was a horror. I saw at least seven people dead. There was blood. People had lost legs. You could see their bodies but no legs,' he said.
More details on blood and dismemberment: "Terrified passengers at Brussels Airport have told how there was 'just blood' everywhere after this morning's bomb blast and likened the horrific aftermath to 'the apocalypse'....Blood-soaked passengers sprinted for their lives as smoke filled the area near the check in desks."
One witness struggled to hold back tears as he described victims who had lost their legs lying in pools of blood in the airport's main hall. Others described seeing 'dismembered bodies everywhere' and the ceiling collapsing after two blasts rocked the building... Samir Derrouich, who works at a restaurant in the airport, said: 'The two explosions were almost simultaneous. They were both at check in desk. One was close to the Starbucks. It was awful. There was just blood. It was like the apocalypse.'
He said: 'There was a first blast and then ten seconds later a second explosion. It was a big big blast, the ceiling went down. It was just 30 metres from where I was. I saw people down on the ground and I just went running.
Mr Valaert, who was flying to a business meeting in Berlin, said he believed the bombs were hidden in suitcases that had just been checked in. He said: 'The explosions were just behind the service desks, they were blown towards us. To me it is the most realistic possibility. I don't think it was someone with a suicide vest.' He said he did not hear anyone shout anything before the blasts.
Martin Buxant tweeted how a witness had told him: 'We saw bodies go up in the air and then falling down heavily.'
There were reports that shouts in Arabic were heard before the explosions and shots fired in the aftermath.
And finally, a timeline:
8am: Shots heard at Zaventem international airport before someone shouted in Arabic and two explosions rocked the departure hall
8am onwards: Terrified passengers seen streaming out of the terminal while flights are diverted
8.30am: Witnesses describe blasts so powerful victims were thrown in to the air, Airport is closed
OK, so here's my analysis:
Regarding the journalist who allegedly took these pictures:
She was standing 5 feet away from a bomb that went off that was so powerful that 'victims were thrown into the air.' It was so powerful that many people had their limbs blown off and the terminal windows were blown out. It may have even been packed with nails. But she's fine. Just shakes it off and starts snapping pics. According to her everyone around her is "covered in blood. They lost their legs. All of them." But she's fine. I dare say she's luckier than Larry Silverstein.
Also notice that nobody in any of her pics has lost any legs or other appendages. They apparently have some blood on them, but they're not covered in it by any stretch. What about the women she photographed? Were they closer to the bomb when it went off? Is that why they were injured?
Also, her testimony contradicts itself. At first she says her immediate instinct was to take out her camera and start taking pictures. But then later she says she called for a doctor first, then had a realization and started taking pictures. If she started taking pictures immediately, how likely is it that the woman in the first picture she took is sitting looking rather composed talking on her cell phone already? (Holding the pristine case with a hand made to look like it is covered in blood that has amazingly managed to dry so quickly.) She says that nobody was able to walk except for her. That woman talking on the phone sure looks like she could get up and walk. We see other people in her pictures walking.
Now let's talk about the pictures. According to her, everybody there has lost legs and is covered in blood. Look at her pictures in the article. Look at the pictures she posted on Facebook that she took. Do you see anybody without their limbs? Compare those pictures to other descriptions. Do we see "victims who had lost their legs lying in pools of blood in the airport's main hall" or "dismembered bodies everywhere"? No. Not even close. The pictures don't match the description. And remember, these are pics she posted to facebook, not censored news. She was free to post any pictures she wanted, no matter how gruesome. And, if she took all the pictures she possibly could, why do we only see 4 or 5 from inside? And why do none of them really match her verbal description of the scene?
Also consider this picture from another source of the ceiling tiles that collapsed in this crowded area: http://imgur.com/gallery/rG8NP
Here is another angle: http://imgur.com/gallery/yFyUXq3
And yet another few angles: https://twitter.com/FDuboccage/status/712200705625473025
This is all from the second blast near starbucks (you can make out the logo in the second picture from twitter in the background). Where are all the pools of blood...blood just everywhere...dismembered bodies...body parts everywhere. Those tiles look like they came down after people had been evacuated from that area. Certainly no evidence they hit or injured anyone. [But see edit 4 below]
[If you want to see real mayhem from real bombings, here are some NSFL links (scroll down for some of them): Here and here and here and here.] [See additional links in edit 4 below.]
And since we're talking about Facebook, you can look her first post. It was posted 8:11 am local time, and the details on the pictures indicate that they were mobile uploads. According to the official timeline, the explosions went off at 8 am.
Remember now, the story is that "Her first reaction was to take out her camera." (Later in the article, it actually says she "took her camera back out" and snapped the picture of the woman in a yellow jacket, which was the first picture she took.) The point is: she very clearly used her camera, not her phone, which makes sense given that she's a photojournalist.
What doesn't make sense is that between taking all the pictures she could and then being chased out of the terminal by soldiers, she still managed, somehow, to transfer those pictures to her mobile device and then upload them to Facebook before nearly 10 minutes had passed. I admit it's possible. Assuming the picture taking and evacuation took, say, 6-8 minutes. If she had a wireless SD card she could do have done it once she got outside. She could have had a ton of pictures sent to her phone or icloud, gone through them and selected a few, then uploaded them to her facebook and posted a status update. It's possible. I just think it would demand such a presence of mind that it's doubtful. We also don't know if she had the capability.
And her post does not say "Explosion...help us." It says (according to google translate), something like: "Explosionnnn at Brussels airport. This was a disasterrrrrrr. Full panicccccc at the airport."
OK, on to some other inconsistencies.
We are now told that the airport bombs were suicide attacks, and initial reporting indicates that the attackers fired shots and shouted in Arabic before detonating the bombs. But then we have witnesses saying that one or both of the explosions came from behind the check-in desk from luggage. So, if the explosives were not planted on the terrorists' bodies but rather in their luggage, then why did they need to commit suicide? Did they have a short range on the detonators? And why did two people need to be there to detonate? Couldn't one person detonate both bombs? And if they're there trying to blow people up, why do they need to start shooting (according to some reports)? The whole Kalashnikov angle just seems totally unnecessary and only more likely to expose them before detonating their the vests, since they'd have to reach into their suitcases to pull out their weapons. It also ruins the element of surprise, allowing more people to run away and escape injury. And in the pictures we see of these men, do they look like they're wearing explosive belts? Something here just doesn't add up.
Also, in the first picture from the Daily Mail article, the child he is carrying sure seems like a dummy. If the child is unconscious, his body would be limp. If not, well...it just seems awkward. Also, where is he going there? It seems like he's walking towards or into the wall there. At first I thought maybe he's going to prop him up against the wall, but the caption says he is being carried out to safety. And what about the poor person laying on the ground behind him? That airline worker is just kind of walking past him... is that what you would do? Or would you stop to try to help?
And speaking of fake children, here is another weird video that someone already posted of someone running with a baby doll carrying it like a real one: https://np.reddit.com/conspiracy/comments/4bjwj4/brussels_attacks_crisis_actor_caught_carrying/
The full 'chilling footage taken seconds after Brussels airport blasts' can be seen here. Can anybody see any damage in that footage or anyone injured, let alone dismembered. Any blood? No, all we see is a man picking up a baby doll and running away, followed by his wife/girlfriend. If that doll belonged to their child, they seem to have left her behind. (Not before setting the overturned baby carriage upright.)
For those of you who will say that they were far away from the center of the blast, all you need to do is see the still frame from towards the end of the video where a police woman is moving them away. You'll notice the check-in for 'Jet Airways' in the background. A little hunt on the Jet Airways website shows that their check-in and ticketing counter at Brussels airport is check-in row 8 (choose Brussels airport on drop-down menu in link). Then meander over to this infographic, which shows that the epicenter of one of the bombs was allegedly between rows 8 and 9, with the other coming from the Starbucks. In other words: this video is coming from the epicenter of the explosions.
Now can we locate more precisely where the photographer is located? If we assume that the people we see walking and running to escape are moving towards the front exit (which is to the photographer's left), then we can conclude that this person has their back up against the check-in counters of row 9 at the upper end of the check-in counters as displayed in the infographics.
Note that in a second infographic, posted right below the other one in this article, shows the epicenter coming from one aisle over. This is a sign of inconsistency to be sure, but even if the second infographic is correct, the person filming is still very close to the epicenter. Accounts say it detonated near the American Airlines check-in, which is row 8. I see no damage caused by these so-called nail bombs, one of which was allegedly strong enough to throw people into the air. And I don't see anybody even slightly injured, either. Certainly no blood.
Let's go back to the now-famous picture of those two women. The women in yellow has now been identified as Nidhi Chaphekar, a stewardess for Jet Airways. According to her facebook page, she worked for Jet Airways. As in, past tense. I thought people usually write works for when they still work someplace. On top of that, you will notice that she is supposed to be wearing a Jet Airways uniform. It's basically a long yellow Nehru jacket over a black shirt and black pants. The jackets have a series of buttons that hold them closed. Are we supposed to believe that the blast, which did not injure the photographer, managed to open up all of those buttons (you can see the loops where the buttons attach in the picture -- it looks like fringe and it's still intact indicating the jacket was not torn open). Also note that she is not wearing a black shirt underneath, or any shirt for that matter, (presumably against protocol on a conservative airline), and the length of the jacket appears to be much shorter than the standard jacket (though it maybe be occluded behind her). She is also not wearing pantyhose or socks, which appears to be part of the uniform. In short, although they got the jacket color right, everything else seems to be off.
I don't have time to dig into the metro blast, but I invite you to look through the pictures from this article. Lots of pics of non-official rescue personnel wearing yellow vests. Where did they come from? Do you take the time to stop and put on a vest when you're trying to help injured people? One guy even has a vest strung up around his guitar strapped to his back. And then there's the couple kissing while some guy is laying on the ground, apparently bloodied, with his hand outstretched and nobody helping him. I admit these pictures seem more genuine than the airport ones, and it's possible that some people were actually injured. Even the stewardess at the airport. But none of this matches the descriptions of the events. We're supposed to believe that over 200 people were injured, while at most we're shown maybe a dozen. According to the article I just linked to, the metro blast was so fierce that people were burnt on the street. Doesn't look that way to me.
And then of course there's that Mormon missionary who was allegedly injured who was also present at the Boston and Paris terror attacks. I guess this is his version of a grand slam?
And then there's CNN and other news outlets running footage from 2011 and stating it was from the latest Brussels attacks. SMH.
Got anything else? Post in comments and keep em coming...
[EDIT: I read somewhere else that the security forces were slow to arrive and it took 10 minutes before they started clearing people out, which would make her Facebook status update even more miraculous. Although the video I linked to indicates that they appear to have started clearing people out rather quickly...]
[EDIT 2: Ooh, here's a really good one: According to news reports, the flight attendant with the yellow jacket was due to board a flight to Mumbai, but according to the Jet Airways flight schedule, there was no flight to Mumbai scheduled for the 22nd. The only flights scheduled out of Brussels were to Toronto at 10:15, to Newark at 10:15 and Delhi (not via Mumbai) at 10:20.
And this story is just ridiculous. If she supposed to be working that flight to Mumbai (that didn't exist), she would have already been on the flight with the passengers, not out by the check-in gates. The things they expect us to believe.]
Edit 3: I should also point out, in case it isn't obvious, that apart from the ceiling tiles and windows blown out, there is no sign of physical damage from the alleged nail bombs. One or both of the bombs at the airport were said to be nail bombs, exploding with enough force to lift people off the ground and dismember them left and right. But not only have we seen nothing resembling that, we don't see any damage from the shrapnel: the walls, signs, monitors, self-check-in kiosks, etc., etc. are in perfect condition. Look at the hall where the ceiling tile came down. Other than the tiles, it's in pristine condition.
Edit 4: Lest I be accused of failing to consider contradictory evidence, someone in the conspiracy thread posted this link in comments. Here we see our first evidence of both physical damage (other than the ceiling tiles and windows in other pics), in this case damage to the TV screens with flight information and what appear to be people actually injured by the blast or the falling debris. But still, even in this pic, the big signs in the background are untouched, along with the entire rear wall. There is tile hanging down from the ceiling, but tell me how a blast from a nail bomb is supposed to dislodge the ceiling tile without riddling it with holes? If you look both in this picture and in the other pictures of this scene that I linked to from imgur and twitter, the ceiling tile that is hanging or still intact does not appear damaged from shrapnel at all. The plastic signs indicating the number of aisle are also unharmed. In fact, it looks as if the only damage that was caused was due to the falling ceiling tiles, which I suspect were likely rigged and may very well have landed on and actually hurt people. It may have even killed some. But it's not the story we're being sold.
That comment also included a picture we have all seen of the subway car that was allegedly bombed, with pixelated dead bodies removed so we can see the full image. I don't see anything that looks gory or like dead/burned bodies in the original image, so I don't consider it to be contradictory evidence.
Compare all the pics we have of Brussels to these others of bomb blasts that really harm real people, including dismemberment and disfigurement and pools of blood (not the same I linked to earlier): NSFL! Here and here and here and here and here and here and here and here. Of course I don't really know if any of those were really real, but they look a hell of a lot more convincing than the 'shocking' photos taken by our intrepid, quick-thinking photojournalist with nerves of steel and ice water running through her veins.
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