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Women should get married by the age of 30
by IndianBond on Jun 30, 2010 10:52 AM  | Hide replies

The truth is that women need support or at least emotional support from a man preferrably from a husband but no women will accept this. There is this mad competition to outdo men, trying to be at par with the men rather than being proud of being what they are, that is a women. Its all very fine while you are young and blood is hot. Mostly by the time girls reach 30 they realise the truth and it hits them. Looking into their past lifestyle it is unlikely any male will marry them unless of course to usurp her money. And by the time she reaches 35 - 40 and if still unmarried either they go senile or commit suicide. Truth is relatively speaking a man can still stay single and continue with life but a women cannot stay single indefinitely. Moreover the craving for a child is always there in any women. By the time a single women reaches 35 - 40 and she realises that she cannot have a child of her own any more and are thus deprived of nature's gift it is already too late to rectify the situation.To all those women who disagree a simple experiment is to do a hand count of how many single males commit suicide as compared to a single female. The truth will become self evident.

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Re: Women should get married by the age of 30
by dkamle on Jul 01, 2010 08:39 AM
Absolutely True.Well said.

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Sumit Kudesia
Re: Re: Women should get married by the age of 30
by Sumit Kudesia on Nov 13, 2014 04:00 PM
although what Bond says is mostly correct, there seems to be a tinge of satisfaction in all four of you regarding the tragedy

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Vivek Pandey
Re: Women should get married by the age of 30
by Vivek Pandey on Jul 03, 2010 08:52 PM
Well written reply.

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Re: Women should get married by the age of 30
by focus on Jun 30, 2010 12:23 PM
v well said Indian bond. The natural fact is that the women whid b mother before she reaches 30 ofcourse by doin marriage and if these woem dosent get married by 35 it bcomes too late b4 they realize it.

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Modelling is a simple & straight profession - only fo
by jaggu on Jun 29, 2010 10:40 PM  | Hide replies

If clerks in a bank count notes by crores at a counter for full 40 years- they dont expect to wear diamonds or fly in jets!

But these young models who wear a 'mere' 2 Lac rupee dress for a brand or a ramp- now want to live that lifestyle by 'entrapping' a rich man.

No wonder they are sorely disappointed - while the clerk in the bank lives on after retirement - these models are broke mentally , physically and emotionally by the time they turn 35!

If only they would marry a quiet bank clerk and settle down one day - their life would turn smarter...

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Re: Modelling is a simple & straight profession - onl
by Asim on Jun 30, 2010 07:35 AM
You want yhe whole world to be filled with bank clerks? How boring are you.

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Sukhmeet Singh
Modelling is a very short-lived profession
by Sukhmeet Singh on Jun 29, 2010 08:03 PM

Yes this is true but a lot depends on individual,
so ppl thinking of becoming model shud have a back-up plan ....

and also shud keep themselves grounded so that
their lifestyle does not gets a sea change.

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Why blame Modelling
by gittanjali on Jun 29, 2010 04:55 PM  | Hide replies

More than the profession, blame it on the lifestyle which this models adapt, excessive boozing,smoking,drugs,getting in and out of relationships, which eventually takes a toll on their nerves...and then finally blame the "Man" who comes along.

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Re: Why blame Modelling
by Raghavan on Jun 29, 2010 07:48 PM
Absolutely correct.

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Re: Why blame Modelling
by denzil on Jun 30, 2010 12:25 PM
You are right Gita...! Also, since this profession is a short term, these people are too greedy to earn lots of money in short duration. This also one of the reason to make the life complicated.

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Re: Re: Why blame Modelling
by dkamle on Jul 01, 2010 08:40 AM

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All this is glamour game ........
by LALIT SHARMA on Jun 29, 2010 03:43 PM

There are too many persons even families commites suicides, who belongs to other profession...but we / media / web sites never talk about them, bcoz there is not glamour or glamour girls involved in it.

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mallik jhalota
swamy nityananda
by mallik jhalota on Jun 29, 2010 03:25 PM

swamy nityananda has saved many many such models by giving Love to them...
he might do sex with them, but he saves life, mutual agreed sex is not crime.
ppl mistook him and see now these models r dying now...
had she consulted him before, he wud hav saved her.

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syed kalim
by syed kalim on Jun 29, 2010 02:44 PM

When I saw the news of a model committing suicide yet again, I remembered madhukar's film "Fashion". How brilliantly he portrayed the life of a super model in India. It is true. There is lot of frustration emerging from constant pressure, exploitation, family issues etc. The Indian society however modern it claims to be, is still very conservative and prejudiced against the models and film actresses. Unlike the west, modelling is still not taken as a decent profession. The frustrations give rise to alcohalism, doping and ultimately weakens the persons who turn to ending their life as the last solution. There are successful models too but they remain close to their families and are supported at every step of their careers.

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Ajay chauhan
time pass profession lead to anxiety
by Ajay chauhan on Jun 29, 2010 01:40 PM

Poor girl ..
Rest In Peace..

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