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16 Days of Activism Against Global Feminist Terrorism November 25 – December 10

16-day-activism against feminist terrorismRadical feminist groups across the globe have declared a war against men, boys, marriage and family. Enormous sponsorship from various Governments and the United Nations not only provides legitimacy to this war, but also serves to drown the voices of reason trying hard to be heard.

Under the innocuous guise of women’s rights and women’s empowerment, radical feminists have systematically destroyed the institutions of family and marriage in most Western countries. During the last decade, they directed their attack at the so-called “developing” nations like India, which is known for its strong family culture and marriage values, and where the only means of social security is the extended family.

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Harassed husbands take out ‘victory’ rally after govt relief

Ahmedabad Mirror reports:-

Ahmedabad harassed husbandsThe harassed husbands association took out a victory procession in the city on Monday following the central government’s directive to states not to make immediate arrests in dowry cases.

The Akhil Bharatiya Patni Athyachar Virodhi Sangh took out their ‘vijay yatra’ around 2 pm from Manav Mandir to Gandhiji’s statue at Income Tax. The Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) has asked state governments to issue directives to the police not to arrest the husband and his relatives without proper investigations in anti-dowry cases.
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Celebrities endorse International Men’s Day

Hindustan Times reports:-

Men want their day, talk equality.

International Men’s Day, though yet to get official recognition from the United Nations, is slowly getting more votaries in its favour in India.

Abhinav BindraSports icon and Olympic gold medalist Abhinav Bindra feels it’s a good idea, “not just to have another Day but if it is to deal with specific problems of men. Why not?”

Everybody has issues; men too have issues that are specific to them and we must be “sensitive to those”, he added.
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Husband demands alimony from ex-wife who tortured him

KalaiChelvanYes. Mr.Kalaichelvan from Tamil Nadu has created history!

It is customary in India for estranged wives to demand huge alimony and maintenance from husbands and the courts are generally sympathetic and favourable to wives in these matters, as in child custody disputes.

But Mr. Kalaichelvan underwent extreme amount of torture in the hands of his former wife which had rendered him a “pauper”.

A correction in the newspaper report: Mr. Kalaichelvan was in jail for 24 days and not as reported.

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Men’s Day Rally and Dharna at Mumbai

PIFF (Protect Indian Family Foundation) and IFF (Indian Family Foundation) celebrated “International Mens Day” on 19th November 2009 at Azad Maidan(11 A.M to 4 P.M). An awareness vehicle rally, consisting of about 50 motorcycles and four wheelers, started from Mulund and converged at Azad Maidan by 12.30 pm. It was a hit amongst onlookers and press and had the desired effect of evoking public awareness towards the issues that Indian men of today are facing.
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Men’s Day at Chennai

International Men's Day 2009 at ChennaiInternational Men’s Day was observed on 19th November 2009 at Chennai city with enthusiastic participation by the members of AIMWA, SIF and Men’s Rights Organization.

Pamphlets were distributed at various centres in the city including the gates of many colleges like Anna University. The rally of members converged before the Memorial Hall in Park Town and a dharna was conducted when slogans were were shouted to educate the public of the plight of men in India.

The vent was well covered by the media. The following is the extract from a news item that appeared in New Indian Express on 20-11-2009:

Repeal DV Act, say harassed husbands
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AIMWA Launched at Hyderabad

The carrier of wife throught his life!“All India Men’s Welfare Association (AIMWA)”, a National level organization, was formally launched on 11 October 2009 at Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh, India at the Public Gardens, Opposite Jubilee Hall.

It was organized by the renowned social activists dedicated to upholding of the family values and fellow team members of the Save Indian Family foundation and similar NGOs.

Press coverage of the launch by The Times of India:
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Men’s Day posters

Man grows boldOn 19th November 2009, International Men’s Day will be observed at major cities in India. The programme will include rallies, dharnas, distribution of pamphlets, handbills, display of placards and slogan shouting.

The aim is to create an awareness amongst the members of the society at large and the powers that be in particular of the need to take a hard look at the problems faced by the men of India. It is high time the law makers and law enforcers understand the necessity to wake up and make correction of all the anti-male draconian measures taken by them over the years in order to placate and appease certain vocal elements who have a vested interest in creating an anti-male slant in the body politic, lest the results of billowing disgruntlement may be catastrophic for the whole society!

The following are some of the placards to be displayed on that day.
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International Men’s Day

International Men’s Day – 19 November 2009

International Men's Day


International Men’s Day – 19 November 2009

Men and women across the world will be celebrating International Men’s Day on Thursday, 19 November 2009. International Men’s Day was celebrated for the first time in Trinidad and Tobago on 19 November 1999 and was supported by the United Nations. The event received wide support from men’s groups in USA, Europe, Africa, Asia, and the Caribbean. Speaking on behalf of UNESCO, Ms. Ingeborg Breines, Director of Women and Culture of Peace said, “This is an excellent idea and would give some gender balance”.

Objectives of International Men’s Day include a focus on men’s and boy’s health, improving gender relations, promoting gender equality, and highlighting positive male role models. It is an occasion for men to highlight discrimination against them and to celebrate their achievements and contributions, in particular for their contributions to community, family, marriage, and child care.
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