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SECURITY SYSTEMS ACROSS THE COUNTRY...If a man cannot feel safe, he can never, never feel free. What do you think on this issue?

Asked by shintsie, 06 Dec '09 10:23 pm
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If I say," I beleive all my fellow people. By being positive I will honour them." and sleep in the house without locking the doors, you are a stupid. At the same time suspecting each and everybody is also stupid. When 11/26 attack was held in Mumbai, most of the people living in Mumbai came across to know it from the media only. Atleast 95% people are not aware of it immediately it happened. So there is no need for anybody to panic. What we have and can do is reporting any suspectful happenings, even if they look minor to the concerned authorities and goes on to do our duty . Even if such crimes happen in our vicinity there is no need not to feel safe.
But I agree with you that if can not feel safe you will never feel free and it will hamper your life.
Of late world community have realized the need to cooperate to cull down terrorism and states , which have once funded terrorism have realized their mistakes and are also tend to curb them. Our security system across the country is s ...more
Answered by Josna, 07 Dec '09 09:22 am

 
  
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Our security is our own responsibility. Security systems may protect us or detect the threat against us. But they cannot control the human thoughts, behaviour and actions. Security systems cannot re write ones fate. So it is better to co operate with the security systems and take precautions ourself from every threat around us. Then it will be safe and better than cursing and accusing the provided security from authorities, administration or from government. So the key word is " Your Security is Your Own Responsibility " .
Answered by peekay first, 10 Dec '09 01:38 pm

 
  
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Yes the Security System is very bad . The killers ,criminals those who engineer so many riots destroy places of worship ,death ,destruction are freely roaming .The rapist#sts of women are also roaming freelyy .Rather they are taken as honoured people or even heore's and they are re-elected ,where is security or justice ?
Yes those who are free ans bold are killing millions of girl lives in female child infanticide every year . A life is not even secured in foetus -where is security Every year thousands of women are burned for dowry death -whare is security ?
There is every freedom to be corrupt -common people suffer due to this
With so much increase in prices and uemployment do you think crimes will increase or decrease ?
Who cares about death/security when aam admi is struggling to survive for food ,shelter etc etc
What security we expect when there is corruption in even purchase of coffins for the soldiers?
Who bothers about lives of brave soldiers anymore ...
So many ...more
Answered by mythsbusted, 08 Dec '09 07:02 pm

 
  
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Common man has more concerns of his basic needs like food ,health etc etc and security does not weigh much on his mind since he does not possess so many thing to really be scared of it's dispossession
Security concern most to them who have so much wealth or power and dread the though of loosing them ...Security concerns are mostly hieghtened or exxagarated by these elements for political reasons to keep common masses busy and to distract from real issiue's facing him ....
Answered by commonman, 08 Dec '09 01:36 pm

 
  
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Yes...its cent percent right, and wud like to add a few words..." I u cant feel safe, you can never feel free....and if freedom is missing , you cant ever feel happier....when I went to Kashmir valley and manali , respectively, I felt the difference...may be the Kashmir valley is more beautiful than the place Manali and surrounding area , but the ultimate enjoyment I had in Manali and its outskirts...bcoz, a short of element of fear always there during the tenure of stay in Srinagar and but it was not there in Himachal......and that makes all the difference....it was said by someone that dragging down the twin tower had caused more damage to the people of that country wrt. their mental status as compared to materialistic loss...sometime back, people were permitted to go near the aircraft to see off their near n dear ones, but now they are not even permitted to enter a particular area...hence feeling unsafe snatch away from one , the willingness to feel happier....Thanks.
Answered by bijoy agarwala, 10 Dec '09 12:37 pm

 
  
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In most of the situations, People should feel safe.......of course, we should open our eyes and use our intelligence to judge security issues......

In my life, most of the time, i feel safe as i know.....
"Jaa ke rakhe Sai......,
Maar sake naa koi....."........ God is the ultimate power who decides our time of existance on earth....
Answered by saumen ganguli, 08 Dec '09 03:00 pm

 
  
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There is one proverb in Tamil...Who is great- the thief or the guardian?( Kallan periavanaa alladhu Kaappavan periavana..?). The proverb is still valid for this question also. Security overcomes the ingenuity of the perpetrator of crimes..then the criminal overtakes with new ideas....then security finds a way out....It is continuous... so far as the core isssue is not solved. Again another line from Tamil..Unless the criminal corrects himself.. crimes cannot be destroyed( Thirudanaay paarthu thirunthvittal thiruttai ozhikka mudiyathu..).
Answered by sankaran subbiah, 08 Dec '09 11:48 am

 
  
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Yes, you are very right ! Security is a warm feeling, if you feel secure, then your mental faculties too work freely and produce best results.Just look back...see how the brains of free India have worked,n,given fantastic results !
Answered by UMESH SHARMA, 08 Dec '09 10:04 am

 
  
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You can have complete safety only if you lock yourself up in a cell with guards outside, if then? Even if government were to give Gr.I security to all it may not ensure safety. You have to care for your own safey by keeping your eyes and ears open.And saying that security is more important than food is putting the priorities topsy-turvy.Will it be OK if a man is allowed to starve in custody? Even murders in custody have to be given food
Answered by radhikamruta, 06 Dec '09 10:37 pm

 
  
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India is looking to revamp its internal security to prevent a repetition of 26/11 terror attacks. Armoured vehicles, surveillance radars, handheld imagers, unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), biometrics and software solutions are the buzzwords in stepping up the security. The Mumbai terror strike last November that exposed India's lack of preparedness was the tipping point for the government to prepare a to-do list of how to tackle new-age terror and secure the country. One year after India's worst terror attack, in which 170 people were killed over three days, strategic experts and officials have prepared an exhaustive shopping list of sophisticated equipment for surveillance and security.P. Chidambaram, who took over as home minister on December 1, set for himself a blistering pace to overhaul homeland security on all sides -- beefing maritime protection, borders, airports, mass-transport networks and critical infrastructure security.One thing that immediately got off the ground was the ...more
Answered by iqbal ahmed, 06 Dec '09 10:37 pm

 
  
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