Corporate Social Negligence!

its worth a reprint :)-

Posted in Fashion Week, Mass Migration; CNN- IBN, Poverty, Suicides by clash on May 26, 2005

suicides and a fashion week:
this is cut from an old post of mine to rekindle my senses of what i was supposed to do with my blog and what i forgot in the meanwhile..

“life is short, enjoy it” thats the punchline for the hip dudes you come across nowadays. on the other hand for some people life is not short at all. it is long and unending and there is no enjoyment is full of miseries and traumas and these multiplies day by day.for a well off person who might do a professional degree and then masters, the climb is so easy from stratas to stratas, may be even up to page3:)-. for people whose life is not short, sometimes they prefer to make it short because the unending miseries and traumas make their life seem to be so long contrary to the
new age punch line. we will devour some facts n figures to understand the whole situation:

* in A.P from the regions fo telungana & rayalseema 20 lakh people migrated and hundreds ended their lives coz they felt their life was too long . this was due to drought ,debts and misery.

* the no: of reporters who stayed in these villages and repoted this unfortunate incident-6

* the very same year we had lakme indian fashion week – the no: of accredited reporters present were 412

* 4 lakh words were used by the press to cover this event.

* 1000 minutes of t.v time consumed.

* 800 hours of t.v footage produced

* 10000 film rolls were used

* 3,60000 photographs were taken

wow!! big industry fashion is i swear.. we have NDTV BUSINESS,CNBC AND lots of other blaah’s to speak about this rocketing , booming industry sometimes they find it hard to conjure jargons to express, but the reality is nicely forgotten…..

* in india 0.2% of the population wears any kind of designer wear
* leave alone that, only 300 customers were present for this LAKME FASHION WEEK :)-
booming or cheatin

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  1. hope and love said, on May 26, 2005 at 1:39 am

    its a free world.. people do what they want to..
    and people want to hear more abt fashion and glamour than abt poverty and suicides..

    maybe its cos they feel miserable already..

    you cant blaim the journalists..
    they respond to the felt need of the people.. its their job..

  2. Aslan said, on May 26, 2005 at 4:30 am

    you can’t blame the journos, as said. its not an ideal world. people shudn’t want to hear about fashion n’ glamor either, i expect. whatever.. anyway, great post eye-opener to the atrocity

  3. Zing said, on May 28, 2005 at 4:50 pm

    you cant blame journos ?? why?:O
    I think they have the moral responsibility to lead the people in right direction.

  4. hope and love said, on May 29, 2005 at 9:35 am

    you are talking idealism and i am talking abt practicality.. our age probably..:-)) how many of the journalists can afford and has the freedom to be moraly responsible..? yes professional ethics has to be considered… but do the people deserve it..?
    what i meant was that the system and the public is responsible for this state of affairs..

  5. Zing said, on May 29, 2005 at 5:13 pm

    ” yes professional ethics has to be considered… but do the people deserve it..? “

    OMG !! :O ..hope you are not following the same kinda attitude in your profession also?

  6. chunds said, on May 30, 2005 at 5:15 am

    i agree… u can’t blame the journalists. they’r just doin their job…. fine, well and good. but i really don’t think that the people r already feelin missarable…. i think its a pretty good excuse to be concerned with an issue that is glamorous, and only concerns a few, than to be concerned with an issue that is not so glamorous and concerns the masses……
    at least in most parts of this country mags and writtings concernin such issues hardly sell as somethin like lets say… filmfare!!! bottom line is its all about makin money…. i’ll make some cash and let the people rot!!! i dont care im still eatin!! selfish and self centered. thats what it is…. like kuts said, its not an ideal world.

  7. hope and love said, on May 30, 2005 at 9:11 am

    did i sound so rash..? i think i was trying to see the journalists’ point of view..
    i try to do my best for my patients as far as possible..but their attitudes do affect the decisions i take..
    the society generaly get what it deserves ..thats a hard fact..
    i too agree its not an ideal world..

  8. chunds said, on May 31, 2005 at 6:40 am

    its a bloody excuse to make life look beautiful and easy!!!!
    its a lot easier that way. i’m not critisizing anyone nor am i supporting them.

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