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Eve's Times

Eve's Times

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Published by Swati Amar
February Issue of Eve's Times is devoted to , 'intricacies of relationships' and comprehensive information about studying in global universities. We also have health and fitness, art, funky articles for the youth in TeenMag, probono, entrepreneurs, filmfare awards, products and events and a lot more... Read on...
February Issue of Eve's Times is devoted to , 'intricacies of relationships' and comprehensive information about studying in global universities. We also have health and fitness, art, funky articles for the youth in TeenMag, probono, entrepreneurs, filmfare awards, products and events and a lot more... Read on...

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February 2013
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Bollywood Celebs
Love Stories
Live in Relationships
Under IndianLaw 
Duece
Gen next’s opinion onrelationships today 
VariedOrientations- 
What’s normalabout  being different?
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A compendium of Informationfor those interested in studyingabroad
Khanna Sutra
What is the recipe for VikasKhanna’s success?
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EVE’S TIMES
 
CEO (Global Operations)
: Nischinta
Editor-in-Chief 
: Swati Amar
Deputy Editor 
: Namrata Amarnath
Associate Editor 
: Valsala Menon
Head, Graphics & Design
: Ashwini Raje .Bhonsle
Editor Art & Culture:
Malini Shankar
Production Executive
: B.Sabitha
Marketing Coordination
: Sivakumar
Editor, TeenMag
: Kirthi Gita Jayakumar
Social Media Exe & Assoc Editor, TeenMag
Alexandreena Sneha Radhish
Advertising & Mktg:
R.RavichandranPrashantKirthivasan
Circulation
: Jaganathan, James
Expert Panel:
Karti ChidambaramPadmashri Dr.V.MohanMallika BadrinathBrinda JayaramanDr. Priya SelvarajVijaya ChamundeeswariUsha SubramaniamChitra Mahesh
 Writer’s Panel:
Nischinta (New York)Namrata (Jodhpur)Gayatri T.Rao (Mumbai)Chandrika Radhakrishnan (Bengaluru)Priyanka Sakhamuru ( Hyderabad)Prof. N.NatarajanPadmini NatarajanKanchana RaoKirthi Gita Jayakumar Jinal Patel (Pune)Niranjana Hariharanandan (Pune)Geeta Canpadee (China)Radha Chandrasekar (Singapore)Kshitij ( London)Aarti Kamat (Kolkata)Anuradha Ganeshan (Bengaluru)G V Ashok Murthy (Bengaluru)Rishi Wadhwa, MumbaiBhagya L. Ayyavoo, Chennai Jayalakshmi Saroj, New Delhi
Eve’s Times Group
Volume 7 Issue 6 for the month of February 2013. Price Rs. 50/-Reg Off : # 18/1 2nd Cross StreetDr.RadhakrishnanNagar, Tiruvanmiyur,Ch 41E Mail:editoretg@gmail.comPh: 91 44 24526739/ 91 44 24521813Printed by K. Elumalai at Sakthi Scanners (P) Ltd.,No 7 Dams Road, Chindadripet, Ch 600 002Published by Smt. Kamala BalachandranOn behalf of Eve’s Times Group.Editor-in-Chief Lata Amarnath.All rights reservedReproduction in any form is prohibited Eve’s Times Groupdoes not take the responsibility for returning unsolicitedpublication material.All views expressed in the articles arethose of the authors.
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Swati Amar
Creating a Value Based Society
India is now ready to welcome Wal-Mart, Tesco and Star Bucks. Whatbetter news for young Indians? And the seniors too; their numbers willsoon be swelling to gargantuan proportions down the years even as wetransform from a nation of 70 percent youngsters to 70 percent seniors inabout four decades from now. Large sections of the population, especiallythe young are ready for importing western cultures, in its entirety, in a bigway despite the fact that it has not proven good even for its own country.The ‘I, me, myself,’ culture is now here to stay. And the upshot of it too.Retail chains and BPOs (read call centres) have made inroads into our
society for a decade now providing nancial independence to a huge
number of youngsters, especially girls who are school drop outs or havemustered enough courage to wade through school leaving. Young girls
have come to realize the benets of nancial independence and would
like to enjoy the fruits of their labor.This said, there is a large section of the Indian population, more in therural areas so to say, that is conveniently holding on to the chauvinistic
tradition and gender superiority tenaciously , if only for the benets that
they have been amassing for centuries now. Raw animal power and primalinstinct of man have always subjugated the frail Indian woman, however
qualied, intelligent and contributing she has been. In a society where
all whims and fancies of a man have been met by women folk and every
nuance of her behavior has been subjected to the control of unqualied
and undeserving men, the sudden implications of cultural change portenddangers.If women go out, earn their monies and live the way they want, who willcater to the needs of men? Timely food, children well looked after, housewell kept, large sections of male workforce working sporadically but livingoff their wives for their food, alcohol and sex? The result is for all to see.Skeletons are tumbling out every day as reams of newsprint are spurningout horror rape stories across the country. How India has been treatingits women is now out in the open, for the entire world to see.The Indian woman has seen it all……Life snuffed out before the girl childcan even see the light of day, middlemen cheating on hapless women who
are renting out their wombs or selling their kidneys for the benet of 
their children and families, fathers raping daughters (which seems to be aregular feature now), girls sold by relatives, beaten, abused by alcoholicfathers, brothers, husbands and sons, honour killings, khaap panchayatsdoling out anti women justice, girls deprived of education, food, basicnecessities of life, overworked, with every shred of respect and dignitydenuded……The time has come for us to reinvent our values based on respect forhuman life and dignity. If we don’t do this now, we are going to face more
difcult days ahead. The weak will continue to be subjugated by the
physically, economically, politically and socially strong. So where are themessiahs?Ciao!

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