Wednesday, March 21, 2012

Real Men Don't Buy Girls

1-An estimated one million children are forced to work in the global sex industry every year 2-The global sex slavery market generates a $39 billion profit annually 3-Selling young girls is more profitable than trafficking drugs or weapons Celebrities are taking part in Real Men Don't Buy Girls campaign
Article about the social campaign

Tuesday, March 6, 2012



The implications of inadequate water supply on the livelihood of people living in Savda Ghevra, Delhi

Yeah... this should be my final topic of my thesis.... im just about to finish the last chapter in the draft version... so much pain and suffering... hopefully would be correlated with so much satisfaction and relief afterwards :)Brain is no longer able to distinguish letters and make sense out of sentences... Now it's time to review the entire content to check if every piece makes sense and the combination of chapters make sense in a coherent way. 9 pages of bibliography list has definitely impacted my brain cells and their condition. The ability to read anything else is highly questionable now. I guess, now i need to refresh my head and listen to some music and read some gutter press to contrast the level of intellect engagement. Or maybe just play some online games to remain a loyal and devoted employee?:)

Piatek the Series- Stres :)

Good morning!

Thursday, March 1, 2012

Continuing female foeticide explains why the child sex ratio is getting worse

In the world's largest democracy a massive crisis of missing girls is unfolding, according to India's 2011 census. The latest census shows that the gap between the number of girls per 1,000 boys up to the age of six has widened to 914, a decrease from 927 a decade ago, at the 2001 census. In a country where a large part of the population finds it hard to get access to toilets and clean drinking water, access to illegal foetal sex-selection procedures seems easier. Link to the article