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Girls should think that they are living in the society and not in the world of fashion when they go out on the streets. colleges, institutions have failed to educate these young girls and parents have left them openly to behave as they like. the situation is changing fast, in the parks and even on roads near the colleges, we see boys and girls hugging each other and kissing also. under these situations, what a decency loving citizen should do? parents should take utmost responsibility of their children.

Asked by Dwaraka Nath, 29 Jan '09 02:16 pm
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Why point out GIRLS only. why you did not write your boys and girls. this is wrong to blame girls only. boys can do anything and get away with it. sorry, but this is illogical thinking like that of CM of karnataka
Answered by iqbal seth, 29 Jan '09 05:25 pm

 
  
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No one has got any right to pass judgement on others whether it suits his/her taste or not. It is the job of Judiciary. No one has got any right to take the law into his/her own hand. There is Police Organization. There is no place for violence in a democracy and in a democracy no one is above law of the land. India is a democratic country whether you like it or not. If anyone is dissatisfied with the "System", try to educate the people and try to bring about the change within the framework of democracy. We have the shining example of Mahatma Gandhi, Jayaprakash Narain in political field and Gautam Buddha & Vivekananda in philosophy. There is no dearth of social reformers in India. After all, violence in the name of Sri Ram is highly unacceptable.
Answered by krishna manohar, 29 Jan '09 02:29 pm

 
  
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You are right Dwarka...its pathetic to see for me too, me being a female have witnessed more than twice in a lift right in front of me kissing each other n wat not...i was dumbstruck, as both dint even realise who 's watchin them... dont know wher we are heading.......... i strongly oppose this .........
Answered by Sandra, 29 Jan '09 02:20 pm

 
  
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Why only girls. why not boys should also follow the same rule?
Answered by Twinkle Aurora, 29 Jan '09 02:20 pm

 
  
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Life is not a movie ,thi should convinance to yonger generation
Answered by sunil pt, 29 Jan '09 02:17 pm

 
  
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Question should be in one line and answer should be bigger.
Answered by ramesh ramani, 29 Jan '09 02:17 pm

 
  
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