Monday, September 12, 2005

Western Women finds their true Love in India Men!!!!

Western Women finds their true Love in India Men!!!!! by rup
Western Women finds their true Love in India Men!!!!! A lot of NRI and well educated IIT, IIM, IT and Business (more)

A lot of NRI and well educated IIT, IIM, IT and Business Men’s are really reluctant to marry a Indian Girl , due do huge misuse of Anti dowry Law , 498A .

On the other had a lot of Western Women find their sole mate to the Indian Men, as per them the Indian Men are very much committed to their relationship compared to their own country people. As western women, they believe in hard working, earning for them self instead of depending on Husband property, Money, but in return they find it very difficult to find the true love. The marriage rate in US is less than 50 %, in Ireland less than 2 %. They even used to beg to their men for a live together, forget any marriage. They have to beg to men for a part time father for their Children.

So the question is , are Indian men ready to marry the western women ??

As Nishant , 30 years bright IT Engineer says , “ Today marriage in India is a free gate pass to sending all your age old parents and sister into the jail . So definitely it is always better to marry a western women instead of Indian Girl . In case of western women believe in Pre-mutual agreement , which our Indian Girl parents never ever agree . “
Check :-
Indian Old Parents and Pregnant Sisters in JAIL?

In addition to that another Blood cancer Domestic Violence Act is on the way, Check

Another Step to Kill the Institution of Indian Marriage System - Part -2

On the other hand NCW advised openly along with all their sister Concern as under:-

Women's commission and NCW high authorities go live on TV and suggest that a Girl should file false case of harassment !!!

As a part of this, request to check the Article in Times of India:-
Love outsourced @wedding vows

Now Modern Suparnakhas are making LAW , Domestic Violence Bill , in the Name of Women Well fare to Kill the Institution of Marrage as under ( for them only Daughter in Law are women , mother , sister and daughter are not women ) :-"The responded should be a men and all his female relatives can be Punished for Verbal and mental Harrasement "."Not only that the bill ensure :---'Bigamy' has been made a Punishable offence for Husband, but it is a very rewarding option for all So Called wife !!!!!!!!!!!!Can we ask a 498B to punish the dishonest Daughter- in -Law ( Suparnakhas) and their Ravan Family , those abuse our age old Parents , sister ?

Let wait and watch where our Moder Suparnakahs and Ravans are stopped , as Supreme Court of India allready Described the Misuse of 498A a “ Legal Terrorism “.

In the History of Indian Court , Never Supreme Court had used so harsh Word against any of the IPC LAW .

Will our LAW maker accept their mistake and take the corrective action immediately ???

We don’t know , are they really want Women well fare in India , or they want to make them fool in the name of Women well fare !!!!

We wonder and at the same time appriciate those young guys moving towards western Women , as we Indian Men can not tolerate that some will abuse our age old parents , pregent Sister .

With regards
Swarup Sarkar

Reference Article :-
Love outsourced @wedding vows

NEW DELHI: They came here to get a taste of exotic India and also because the work experience would look good on their CV. But what these foreign BPO employees did not know is that the Indian experience would change one more thing on their CV: their marital status. With Indo-European alliances the new buzz in the IT and ITES sector, many foreigners are finding a soulmate here and settling down to happy matrimony. Madhusudhan Bhattacharya and Anne-Maarit are one such couple. They first met in Delhi at Tecnovate eSolutions, the Indian subsidiary of eBookers, when Anne-Maarit Laitinen joined the Finnish team as a team leader. Romance blossomed. They dated for six months and just before Anne’s contract was to end, Madhusudhan proposed marriage. "We were the first Indo-European couple in office. My family was a bit shocked but they gave us their blessings." Sonia Tsupari came to work in India one and a half years back. In March this year, the 29-year-old Finn exchanged wedding vows with her colleague Yashpal Khanna. "We met at an office party and started dating. In fact, our parents did not have any objections to the alliance." Sonia now lives with her in-laws in Delhi and has no plans of returning to Finland. "I came on a one-year contract but now I have renewed it," she says happily. Davide Marro, a German, found a job at Evalueserve, a Gurgaon-based KPO. Six months in the city and he learnt a few sentences of Hindi: tum bahut sunder ho and aap mujhe yaad ate hain, enough to impress an Indian girl. Now, Marro happily flashes his engagement ring.
Almost 80% of foreigners working in our organisation are women and many of them have either got married are in relationships with Indian men," says Rajesh Magow, head of Technovate. Initially, they come here for short terms, but when they get into a relationship, they start looking at longer stays, he says. In fact, Technovate has extended many such contracts over the past year. Cultural differences aren’t a problem either. As Chirstina Hermenns, who has come from Germany, says: "An Indian boyfriend is the best way to learn about the local culture. What attracts me to them is their close family ties and the values. It’s very different from what we are exposed to back home." Christina should know; she has been dating an Indian boy since April this year. "In my office, there are around 65 European girls and 20% of them have Indian boyfriends," adds Hermenns. As Sylvia Sethi from Sweden puts it, "It’s part of the whole exotic India experience." Experts say it’s a natural progression, with so many phirangs working closely with Indians, relationships are inevitable. But how does the office react to an in-house romance? "Initially, people around me always had a thing or two to say. But as time passed, they were less vocal," says Madhushudhan.


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