Fashion business



End of another season. All fashion weeks are over now but what you hear at the end of the Week, you hear the same now from some of the designers who participated… where are the buyers?

While this is not something new that I hear at the end of each fashion week, where some designers say they had good business and some throw up their hands in disgust, I tend to think that after about 12 years, it’s about time that fashion weeks in India started transacting solid business. It is not enough that a small sprinkle of buyers come and place their orders in small quantities. After all, fashion weeks are positioned in the lined of ‘business of fashion’ and if business doesn’t happen, what is it held for in the first place?

All designers who took part in fashion weeks in India tend to think that even if buyers come to these fashion weeks, all of them want the merchandise on consignment basis. This is something designers don’t want to do and I agree with them. These buyers, after getting them on consignment basis, make no effort to market the same and at the end of the season, just return the same to the designers. Whereas, if they make an outright purchase, the onus then is them to do whatever it takes to sell them. So they do aggressive marketing and sales tactics to push their merchandise to the clients.

Unfortunately, outright purchases do not happen in Indian fashion weeks. I bumped into a fashion designer the other day at one of the dos in Delhi and he told me that he still have last Spring/Summer order papers lying at his office and no one came forward to take them even now. If that is true (why would he lie anyway?) then it’s really a shame. Business of fashion is not happening the right way.

Organizers of fashion weeks in India should do introspection on this and come out with remedies. A postmortem is needed to be done at the end of each fashion week and they should get honest feedbacks from participating designers and then assess what needs to be done to promote their business that can possibly come from fashion weeks. Flaws need to be corrected in order to make the participating designers get benefitted. Or else, they will just end up paying for their shows and stalls and at the end of the Week, go home empty handed.

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  • Sumit Bose

    Ms Aron, it is certainly amusing to read this article. You are thrashing about the bush, totally ignoring the elephant in the room. It has been the devious policy of Congress to play the caste/religion card for unprincipled postures, totally ignoring the concept of ethics.
    However, the Congess under DadaBhai Nowrojee and Lokmanya Tilak was never as this. Bapu Gandhi injected the unprincipled strain into the Congress with the Khilafat agitation, when the Turks were pulling themselves into the 20th century, here our beloved Bapuji was encouraging our people to agitate for a Ummah that the Turks has no love lost for.
    The examples quoted in this article are from the typical Congress stable of thoughts. But having you are not ready to bell the big cat .

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  • Vikram

    This article is precisely the reason why Indians are not good in sports – The country is filled with armchair critics like you, Vinayak Pande who take potshots at whatever sporting icons we have. Is it Anand’s fault that India cannot produce a best breed of athletes or that ppl like you who love to sit on the net and blog rather than spend time pusruing a serious sport.. Let’s celebrate Chess – a cerebral sport and our champ Anand…India’s greatest sportsman anyday over our glorified cricketers playing an individual sport that is accessible to everybody in the world..

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  • A Singh

    Heart rate of a driver? How about heart rate of a chess player? Chess will always be a sport and you are free to live in your own world!

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  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100003620567670 John Rock

    Unnecessary analysis by some two cents writer. You people can’t take the credit away from Vishy Anand, since he does not come from your nasty little part of the world. Accept it, he is a south Indian and he is smarter than all u northies

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  • Nirav

    Absolutely useless article. Waste of online space and reader’s time

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  • Amit

    Hold on John rock , he plays for India and not south india. Time to look in for ur own smartness dear.

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  • AG

    Stupid reasoning.

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  • AG

    Stupid reasoning.

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  • skm

    Another sick and narrow-minded post. The writer thinks it ‘mediocre’ to win a world chess championship 5 times in a row!!

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  • skm

    Another sick and narrow-minded post. The writer thinks it ‘mediocre’ to win a world chess championship 5 times in a row!!

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  • j.b. sharma

    Simply rubbish. I don’t understand what he wants to say. Is sitting in rapt attention, not a physical exercise. Chess players do a lot of exercises so as to make their backs strong. Secondly who says chess is not a game of skill? Childish article

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  • anant

    Chess strictly comes under ‘leisure’ than ’sport’, but it has been clubbed with sports in India. We can say the same with pursuits like mountaineering, which is ‘adventure’ than sport.

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  • Vivek Agarwal

    If the fashion weeks intend to do serious business, the designers also need to be prepared for serious business – unfortunately in a LOT of cases, it seems that Indian Designers are just not serious about work.

    A lot of the designers do not even have an email address listed on the fashion week sites that get responded to. Email’s sent to these addresses simply go un-answered. Now, if you’re serious about business, this is certainly not the attitude.

    Retailer make enough of effort to sell products, whether they are taken up on outright or consignment basis – remember that the retailer does not make money if they dont sell !

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  • Mamutty chola

    The way the terrorists are targetting our cities at will,reflects failures of our intellegence machinaries -Both at state and central levels.
    There has not been a single terrorist attack in USA since 9/11,shows how effective are their intelligence operatives.Mind you, they are targets of multiple terror groups.
    We must engage US intelligence experts in training our officers .we must bench-mark their best practices.

    Also there is a need to evolve transparent based justice systems.we cannot attain long- term internal peace without justice to the aggrieved. Innocents citizens kept in our jails without trials must be freed.Terrorists have No religion. No religious scriptures, be it ,Quran, Bhagvat Geeta,, Bible, gurugarath Saheb,teaches hatreds towards others. INJUSTICE does .It is a wake up call for all Indians who love their motherland.

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  • Zdravkosmith

    I can not satisfaction this Budget .Government is give a benefit to limited people and not importance to the middle and Lower class.

    http://smallbusiness.yahoo.com/advisor/answers/fashion-and-accessories-20120918214345AAqs2Jz.html

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  • Mano Sing

    GPI en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Genuine_Progress_Indicator

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  • Abhi

    “High growths don’t pull people out of poverty.”
    It can, if some groups do not multiply much faster than others just to create a vote bank!

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  • Anonymous

    Actually Zia is saying that a puny ISLAMIC country like Bangladesh beats India in Human development index…never mind genocide on non-muslims especially hindus in Bangladesh.

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    Abu Ahmed Reply:

    India’s populations is huge – whatever and however much is distributed, it still falls short by a huge margin. Why, even Afghanistan fares better than us in some ways – those who manage to survive there eat better than most Indians! Now dont remark that the Afghans have treated Hindus worse than B’desh. Okay, look at Nepal, Thaliand, Phillipines, most of africa. Our people have a very big appetite for corruption and that eats away all the short-supply of goodies.

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    Anonymous Reply:

    That is why we need Modi who will take care of corruption.

    As far as Bangaldes is concerned, 20% of their population lives in India

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  • Abhishek Kumar

    nice
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  • Anonymous

    Zia before you extoll the virtues of bangladesh vis a vis ISLAMIC model
    would you care to answer the following queries
    1. HOW MANY ILLEGAL IMMIGRANTS ARE THERE IN BANGLADESH
    2. HOW MANY ILLEGAL IMMIGRANTS ARE THERE IN YOUR NATIVE ASSAM
    3. HOW MUCH FOREIGN AID HAS BANGLADESH RECEIVED

    4. JUST ONE ENGINEERING PRODUCT OR PHARMA EXPORTED FROM BANGLADESH, LEAVING ASIDE SOFTWARE EXPORTS
    even bangladesh’s biggest export garments , the fabric is sourced from INDIA
    5. HOW MANY YEARS OF PEOPLE’S WILL (read DEMOCRACY) has bangladesh enjoyed

    NOW COMING TO INDIA
    1. SEND CONgress party packing for good

    .2 India needs REVOLUTION IN AGRICULTURE, fully mechanised agriculture with massive acreage by coalescing pattas , corporate farming, patta holders being share holders
    3. COMPULSORY LEGALLY BINDING EDUCATION TILL AGE 18, PARENTS FAILING TO SEND THEIR KIDS TO SCHOOL TO FACE JAIL LIKE IN UK
    THE MONEY TO COME FROM TAXATION AND FREEZING TO WAGES FOR TWO YEARS
    3.CRONY CAPITALISM A LA AMBANI TYPE BUFFETTED BY ZENOPHOBIA AND PROTECTIONISM NEEDS TO GO

    INDIA WILL BE CHANGED FOREVER

    2.

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    Anonymous Reply:

    Shan

    Outlook magazine reported that Nirad Chaudhari was a British spy. People on Vindo Sharma’s blog were speculating that you left blogging after you got this info.

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    Anonymous Reply:

    @Vinoo, perhaps it has escaped your attention , I had replied to you when you raided this question in Zia ’s previous blog on the down turn of indian economy. Anyway here you have it again

    inoo have you heard of any indian spying for pakistan hanging the
    portrait of jinnah in his home. same here , nirad dick head did not make
    any bones about his mesmerisation with the racist scum churchill and in
    his book “the continent of circe , he unashamedly claims to have
    redidcovered his european roots through his aryan ancestry. So there you
    have it. after reading Madhushree Mukherjee’s book i now rate nirad as a
    buffoon, then nirad moron was a history graduate , and madhushree is a
    phd in physics form newyork uni, and used to be on the editorial board
    of Scientific American. It is like comparing nirad ambassador car with
    madhushree porsche carrera
    As regards his getting a job after sarat bose was arrested, this was a job of a clerk, hardly a high ranking job. Do remember he came out 1st class first in BA history honours , but had exam phobia (my interpretation) so did not sit for MA. However he had studied French History in FRENCH , from original sources.
    I do not think he was a spy , HE HAD TO ENDURE MASSIVE HARDSHIP and he has recounted that in his book
    I do not come to the blog because of work pressure and have been doing a lot of travelling across europe. If interested let me know , I will relate my life enriching experiences

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    Anonymous Reply:

    come to vindo sharma’s blog. Lot of people talk about your there

  • Anonymous

    A lot of happiness comes from ignorance. The people of North Korea are very happy because they are insulated form the rest of the world and they believe that their dictator is God. The suicde bombing youth of Pakistan go to jannat with a smile.

    Real happiness only comes when you can be rich, free and not bound by dctats of religious zombies.

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  • engrich

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    US AND ISLAMOPHOBIA
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    Posted by Ece Koc on Apr 9, 2013 in Interviews | 0 comments

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    Professor John Esposito

    PROF. JOHN ESPOSITO ON U.S. AND ISLAMOPHOBIA

    By Ece Koc

    Professor John Esposito, the outspoken inter-faith promoter
    was recently on A9 TV’s Building Bridges show. Esposito, offered his
    views on many subjects including US media’s way handling news about
    Islam, the ways to cope radicalism and the notorious Regensburg Speech
    of Pope.

    Esposito is a figure known for his strong views in favor of
    building ties with the Islamic world, especially after 9/11, when many
    people thought otherwise. From time to time, he became such a
    controversial figure, many people accused him of downplaying the threat
    of terrorism. He, however, seems unabated by all this criticism, and is
    gaining more and more popularity now. Esposito most recently appeared on
    A9 TV of Istanbul, a television channel known for its efforts to
    promote peace in the world. So when the hosts asked him about how Islam
    is covered in the mainstream US media, Esposito had lots to say:

    “…two-thirds of that will be about mainstream Judaism and
    Christianity, practices, relations, good news and then maybe one-third
    will deal with problems and issues, okay? The reverse is true in
    covering Islam and Muslims in general; that is a disproportionate amount
    deals with what I would call the explosive headline events, the
    conflict events. What you see is this kind of Islamophobic, or bias to
    Islam in regard to a religion, has become part of our mainstream
    politics; in other words, its mainstream politicians. And then there are
    your militant Christian Zionist preachers, many of which have
    megachurches or are televangelists who have large TV followings, or are
    talking heads in the media and again, politicians and others, so that
    not only impacts and affects, if you will, not only Muslims
    domestically, but it falso impacts American foreign policy.”

    He feels that the way most of the time Islam is portrayed is unfair,
    and anyone could have applied the same approach to Judaism and
    Christianity, too, if they wanted: “The way you feel about Muslims,
    the way you think about Muslims, if you don’t make the kind of
    distinctions that I’m talking about the vast majority of Muslims and
    Islamists, and Islam as a religion of peace, then you have a problem. It
    would be the same, analogously, if you say, “Look, if you look at the
    early history and down through the centuries, Christianity was not a
    religion of saints but a religion of warriors” and was often used to
    spread the religion, from the conquistadors to European imperialism, and
    even the logic of a good deal of American neo-colonialism in terms of
    Christians see as opening up the Muslim world to greater conversions,
    and if you take into consideration pedophilia and see Christianity or
    Roman Catholicism and see it through that, you would be seeing it
    through a very distorted lens.”

    Esposito also feels very strongly against Islamophobia and indeed he
    has been very frequently targeted himself by Islamophobists as well: “And
    I think the thing that you want to keep in mind too is that the
    situation gets ratcheted up exponentially because we have so many
    mean-spirited, right-wing Islamophobic websites; so for example, if an
    article appears criticizing me, in a matter of days that will be picked
    up and appear in a dozen different versions and appear in all these
    other websites, and your average American, many of them wind up looking
    at these websites. Many of them have titles, it’s not just the websites
    like “JihadWatch”, it’s the websites that have titles that seem nice and
    innocuous, websites like “American Thinker” “Family Security”, and so I
    think that’s what ratchets that up exponentially.”

    We are swimming against the tide

    Esposito also mentioned that especially after 9/11, the Islamophobists had the opportunity to cash in the fears of people:

    “On those websites, it is simply said in general that Muslims are a
    problem, that Muslims are a threat to security, that Islam is a
    problem. Therefore, if there’s an attack made, other websites pick this
    up because they all cross-fertilize themselves and over a ten-year
    period, over forty million dollars was given by acceptable foundations
    to these kind of websites and their creators and many of these folks are
    quoted as the terrorists affect them; the Norwegian terrorist, Breivik,
    quoted these folks extensively, and on the other hand, on page 66,
    there’s a page attacking me and my center for our work. So that’s where
    we’re at. The whole point is that you’re doing, what so many of us do,
    is very important because we are swimming against the tide, as it were,
    in terms of popular culture and a distorted conventional wisdom.”

    When asked about his views on how to combat radicalism, he had one answer: ‘education’. Esposito elaborates: “I
    think the first thing, the most important thing frankly is education.
    And also it becomes very important to get religious leaders on board.
    You know, one of the difficult thing, and here I have to be quite frank,
    I admire the way that religion and religious education and Islamic
    reform is being done by a number of Turks, both in government and
    non-government. The thing is, yes we can get to a point where we get
    very senior religious leaders, the real impact comes when those senior
    religious leaders make sure that the priests, rabbis and imams are
    trained in their religious schools to have that pluralistic, tolerant
    outlook because they are the people who impact the local communities.
    They impact the families of the people who are going to be parents, they
    impact the kids who are going to the mosques, synagogues and churches.
    All of this is very important.

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  • Sumit Bose

    Zeb many thanks for the adjective, I shall convey that adjective to my mother! I am constrained to put you in the “ghatiya Taqqiyaa” band, not because of the accident of your birth, but in your option to willfully bandy deception.
    Firstly, the “most exalted human being ever” personally lead the attacks and massacres of these Jewish tribes, Banu Qurayza, Bani Nadeer and Bani Al Mutalaq. All males of these tribes were slaughtered well into nightfall. The same night the “most exalted human ever” took as his booty (among materials and goods) the just widowed women of the head of the tribes and they are respectively: Rayhanna (orphan of the chief), Safiya Bint Huyar (just widowed) and Juwaiyria Bint Alawi (just widowed).

    As a Taqqiyya you would certainly concur with the apologists that he married/made sex-slaves because he “made reconciliations” with the Jews.
    However, the fact is so recorded by the chroniclers of the “most exalted human ever” with abundant glee and pride. This certainly would not be put out today, as it would be construed a brutal war crime, but to the mind-set of the !slam, these are recorded with pride as “achievements” of the “most exalted human ever”.
    Suffice it to say, what was started out was totally completed by Caliph Umer’s reign, when all Jews were massacred or made to flee from the Arabian Peninsula. That is a unique record of “reconciliation”, for you to ponder over!

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    Swaroop Mitra Reply:

    BoseDa, wonderful detail! And its Deja Vous all over again! The newly created Islamic Republic of Pakistan is on record for something on track! Hindus there have ceased to figure as any statistical entity, and the Bengali converts are not behind too, from slightly over 40% to less than 10% as of now; but we all know that the “reconciliations” are in progress, till they are able to “emulate” the glorious example set for this group of converts.

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    Zeb Reply:

    I didnt know there is a whole internet brigade who excel in the ability to misconstrue facts and present them to the public.

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    Sumit Bose Reply:

    @Zeb you have all the time to meet the “historical facts” i have put forth, and i would be delighted if you could correct the facts quoted straight from the H@diths.I welcome you to factually “debunk” my “facts”.
    Quite obviously, you are more content to shoot the messenger as you are empty on facts. Does there exist any basis for any exchange, as we are on two very different levels. Please marshal your facts and then we can have a healthy debate.
    That precisely is the wall that all the converts put up, midgets on facts and giants in the spin-zone, and ever so prone to dive for cover behind the veil of “hurt sentiments”.

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    Rana Bhoumick Reply:

    Zeb, you cutlets will always be in denial mode, the translation is wrong, the context is wrong, etc etc, but the necr0phile, ped0phile, mass-murderer, torturer, slave -merchant will always be the”most perfect human ever”!

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    Zeb Reply:

    Cutlets! You make me laugh out loud! Lots of love Rana.

  • raka

    Desi kheey dushmaan haar jagaha fheeel gaya hein with dual agenda. Khoi jagaha naaheey choodeey and has even enrolled india kheey converts as their doost.

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    ranks Reply:

    bakri kheey khaal mein bhediya haar jagaha.

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  • Roy

    It would be better for Zia Haq to worry about women in Islam…what a joker, Israel knows how to protect itself.

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    Zeb Reply:

    Zia must be worried about “women” in Islam. Muslims take good care of their women. Except those radicalized a##holes. Those are the ones who are making a bad name for Muslims.

    Islam has always been about respecting your women and treating them well. It’s their faux followers who have gone astray though!

    Peace.

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    Faulitics Reply:

    Zeb, I wish what you are saying is true. But it’s actually more than a few radical a##holes and they control these societies which label themselves as “Islamic”. You should not have a very rosy and idealistic view about islam without seeing how its practiced in reality. Read this article from slate
    http://www.slate.com/blogs/quora/2012/10/22/is_islam_misogynistic.html

    The first step in reform is to understand that the ideology has serious problems.

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    Zeb Reply:

    Roy. They control these societies because it lacks great leaderships. The educated ones do not try their hands at politics letting the uneducated ones become leaders. Take for example the MLA of a Muslim locality in New Delhi. To me, he seems to be one of the most illiterate politicians of our country! And then there’s overall lack of interest in acquiring education in the Muslim society. That’s double whammy! When you do not have quality education, you cant have quality jobs. That says a lot about the present condition of most of the Muslim societies.

    They are trying to regain the lost ground but it will take some time before they come at par with other progressive societies. Probably a few more whammies.

    As for the ideology, I’m dam’n sure it’s about peace. The facts they talk about are all misconstrued. True Islam is all about peace. What these radicals practice is not Islam. They are faux followers and do not truly represent it.

    And dont make me for another adamant follower. I’m a spiritually irreligious Muslim. I connect to God sans the irrational religious dogmas.

    I’m open to inter-faith discussions. I need to find the truth. And truth begins with peace. But what I’m experiencing here is some very derogatory talks!

    Rana Bhoumick Reply:

    Zeb, ignorance is always bliss and to get out of that “blissful” state, if you attach any “value” to your education, then get to Ali Sina’s site called faithfreedom dot org and get a honest read straight from the “terror manual and the incriminating H@dhiths, if you bear any degree of honesty within you, you will never ever state that bloomer you have made “True Islam is all about peace”. It has always been a terror manual, devoid of any concept of Universal brotherhood.

    Zeb Reply:

    Love you both, Rana and Relay. May God brings peace to you and all of us!

    Relay Reply:

    Hi Zeb, You sound like a nice person, but u r walking into a Islamic booby trap. You are trying to defend the indefensible and once you are on this track, the only progress will be to self destruct like to the two guys who did the Boston bombing ( and like thousands of others). Let me tell you I am no enemy of Muslims. Islam is proving to be clearly an ideology that is hate filled and destructive, you can see it world over.

    Sad fact is as more muslim men become hardcore religious, the more they are likely to cause hate and destruction. That is repeating again and again world over, in every terrorist attack, the perpetrators are highly religious. Not surprising that their violence can be directly co-related to the Islamic inspired ideology.

    My 2 cent advise to you, get away as far as possible from this islamic ideology, it will do no good in any way. You can be an atheist or choose any other means of reaching out to god (and spirituality), that will make you live in peace with out having to defend evil ( and all the pain that you go through in doing so). your next generation will be thankful you made the right decision. A well wisher.

  • haka

    who gains from no peace between indian and pakistan. Even iisreal becomes the broker in selling American weapons. Multiple blocks, same goal, to swindle nations of Asia and Africas.

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  • Abu Ahmed

    The Rothschilds do not have a presence in Iran – if Iran’s regime is changed, that will allow a whole lot of MNCs entry into it, apart from the Rothschilds (who were the real owners of the East India Co.). So one finds the sole super power along with his poodles going after Iran, of course for stopping nuclear weapons production in that country. From WMD to WND – the area would be rendered wide open for all MNCs along with Christian missionaries to work there in full force. History cannot be stopped from being made, I am afraid, we may only delay it for some time. Who lands first from the sea / space: colonial capitalist or christian missionary? israel is an extension of the West’s contain Islam and Arabs policy in the middle east; things will settle down there when the bankers / arms producers want them to.

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    Anonymous Reply:

    but rather than blame the west WHY DONT THE MUSLIMS DO SOME SOUL SEARCHING, why they are at the MERCY of the west , because they are SHIT , and why they are shit , because they cling on to a DOGMA and even worse on a hearsay written 1000 yrs after the actual incidence(read hadith)
    MUSLIMS DID THE SAME TO INDIA AS WEST IS DOING TO MUSLIMS.
    Scientific knowledge is THE ONLY KNOWLEDGE, the rest written 1600 , 2000 , or 5000yrs ago are all BUNKUM

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    engrich Reply:

    MUSLIMS DID THE SAME TO INDIA AS WEST IS DOING TO MUSLIMS

    shan u are fool and will remain foolish.when britishers took power level of literacy in india was 93%our gdp was 35%.
    bengalee british reduced gdp from 35%to 1 %and literacy from 93% to 7 %.
    all beautifull cities from murshidabad to ahmedabad were built by them8000 kilometers GT ROAD to irrigation was their gift to india.
    u foolish bengalees were cleaning their shoes to get clerical job in their shipping companies.

    aurangzeb was ruling on 25%of world .we were superpower.turkey was superpower of 14th centuryfrom austia to india.
    taimur conquered 6 subcontinent and 68 countries.
    u achievement is nothing except hiding wealth in temples.starving india and spoil ecology of india.

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  • Zeb

    There’s only one taqiyya I know of and that I use to sleep at night! I have got two! Wanna hop on?

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    Anonymous Reply:

    Unlike your prophet, I sleep only with adult females.

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    Zeb Reply:

    Well, that says a lot about who you are! Promiscuous ****!

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    Sumit Bose Reply:

    Zeb, what type of “****” is one who sleeps with 4 women or better still, the historical person who slept with 16 women and 1 9 year old child, besides several undocumented sex-slaves?

    Anonymous Reply:

    You are being disrespectful to your lusty Prophet.

    RAVI Reply:

    does that include ur mother as well.

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    Anonymous Reply:

    May be in your Islam one sleeps with mother..That’s your culture not ours.

    RAVI Reply:

    butchers(qasai) of kanpur are no.1 laundebaaz.may be u have bad experience of them.

    Anonymous Reply:

    OK..now that too is Mohammad’s territory..Caliph Omar Mohd. ki g@@nd marta tha.

    Anonymous Reply:

    OK..now that too is Mohammad’s territory..Caliph Omar Mohd. ki g@@nd marta tha.

  • Faulitics

    Forget about flying. Woman in some islamist societies can’t even drive. Zia will not write about that even though he says he is a “Muslim affairs” writer. Woman are treated like chattel in most Islamist societies but Zia may e considers that as “Muslim internal affairs”. He has to focus on Jews, who the Arabs have taught him to hate through their poison ideology masquerading as a religion.

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    whistling budhha Reply:

    good point . writer must make notice

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  • Anonymous

    I hope she succeeds!

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    engrich Reply:

    she is spy

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    engrich Reply:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6u4btaTaj90&feature=youtu.be

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  • engrich

    Former Dutch
    Islamophobe and a former leading member of far-right Dutch politician
    Geert Wilders’ party Arnoud Van Doorn visited the Prophet’s Mosque in
    Madinah to pray and say sorry for becoming part of a blasphemous
    film. Doorn was among the Freedom Party leaders who produced the
    blasphemous film, Fitna. Last month he reverted to Islam after an
    extensive study about the religion and the Prophet (peace be upon him).
    He said that the worldwide outrage against the film made him study about
    the Prophet (pbuh) and that eventually led to his conversion.

    He headed for Makkah
    to perform Umrah after meeting the two imams of the Prophet’s Mosque,
    Sheikh Ali Al-Hudaifi and Sheikh Salah Al-Badar, who enlightened him on
    how to lead the life of a good Muslim and confront challenges facing
    Islam in the West. A member of the Dutch parliament and The Hague City
    Council, Doorn announced his decision to accept Islam on his Twitter
    profile. He also posted a tweet in Arabic declaring that “there is no
    god but Allah and Muhammad is his Prophet.”

    At first, other users took the news as a joke. After all, an active
    supporter of a notorious Dutch hater of Islam, Wilders, he repeatedly
    approved Islamophobic statements and public actions, and personally
    participated in them. But Doorn, who now serves as a regional adviser
    at the City Hall in The Hague, personally confirmed his decision to
    practice Islam in an official letter to the city mayor. Most recently,
    the politician filed a formal application to the mayor of the city to
    allow him to perform prayers obligatory for Muslims during his working
    hours.

    “I can understand people are skeptic, especially that it is
    unexpected for many of them,” Doorn told Al-Jazeera English satellite
    channel. “This is a very big decision, which I have not taken
    lightly.” “In my own close circle people have known that I have been
    actively researching the Qur’an, Hadith, Sunnah and other writings for
    almost a year now,” he said. “In addition, I have had numerous
    conversations with Muslims about the religion.” Driven by his party’s
    anti-Islam discourse, Doorn decided to dig in for the truth about the
    religion himself.

    “I have heard so many negative stories about Islam, but I am not a
    person who follows opinions of others without doing my own research,” he
    said. “Therefore, I have actually started to deepen my knowledge of
    Islam out of curiosity.” The 46-year-old has continued on The Hague
    Council as an independent candidate since splitting from Wilders’s
    party. Doorn’s decision to embrace Islam has won mixed reactions in the
    Netherlands.

    “According to some
    people I am a traitor, but according to most others I have actually made
    a very good decision,” he told Al-Jazeera. “The reactions are generally
    positive and I also received quite some support via twitter. It feels
    good that people who do not know me personally have understanding of my
    situation and support me in my choice.”

    Asked if he now regretted joining the Freedom Party, he replied: “I
    have learned that every experience in life has a purpose. However, with
    the knowledge I have today, I would have undoubtedly made a different
    choice.” For the Dutch politician, finding Islam was finally guiding him
    to the true path in his life. “I have made mistakes in life as many
    others. From these mistakes I have learned a lot,” Doorn said.

    “And by my conversion to Islam I have the feeling that I finally
    found my path. I realize that this is a new start and that I still have
    much to learn as we

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    Sumit Bose Reply:

    Engrich Mian, Doorn has done immense good to two communities at one stroke; he has increased the IQ levels of both the Christian and the Moslem communities and he has to be congratulated for that feat!

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    engrich Reply:

    muslims are not jahil like hindus.they have produced best scientis in the past.read ibn sina ,ibn rushd.except budhhdists u vedics has contributed nothing to humanity.

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    Sumit Bose Reply:

    Engrich Mian, you dont have to go too far, just look out of your window if you are living in any of the Mini-Pakistans in any Indian city and you will realize without any prompting, and get a very fair over-view of the great levels of education and sophistication of your band of converts. Wish you all had some integrity and had followed your voting for the creation of Pakistan and had packed and left for that na-Pakistan. You just stay back and spit on the same plate that you eat. You are truly shameless.

    engrich Reply:

    most of the muslim run countries literacy is 90%plus.we have largest number of illetrate in the world

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  • engrich

    picture of durga was brought from shanghai whom u worship as god.

    brhmno ka indians ko chutia bana ke lootney kee kala ko hinduism kahte hain.u were *** lickers and boot polishers of britishers who starved to death half the population of bengal bihar and orrisa

    tell me one achievement of vedic rule in india.

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  • engrich

    What Brahminism did to India?

    Destroyed democracy in India

    Removed equality for women

    Prevented Philosophy and Science from developing.

    Divided people from socializing.

    Made life a misery to most of the population

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    Anonymous Reply:

    I guess you are talking about Islam.

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    engrich Reply:

    see present india

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    Anonymous Reply:

    Yes, it is based on present India where muslims have polluted the liberal culture.

    engrich Reply:

    i think u are talking about butchers of kanpur.

    Anonymous Reply:

    Some butchers who follow arabic traditions live in Kanpur..many were butchered in 1992.

  • akb

    both ur point is lie.

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  • suresh kumar

    Is your friendship with Isrealis conditional to whether they love Palestine?

    In that case how many friends in Kashmir and Pakistan do you have who love India? SHould you not shun all the Kashmiris and Pakistanis who don;t want a strong united India?

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  • engrich

    challenge if u have doubt.ibn sina was father of medicine.

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  • Abhi

    “An aspect of Israel that goes largely unnoticed is that the fiercest
    critics of its policies are Israelis themselves. Alice Miller is one
    such Israeli”.
    Wish it were the same for the community to which Zia belongs.

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