Who is concerned about working women security?

Recently in BTM layout one incident came in to light , one of my friends female colleague injured,when a stranger stealed her purse. So many such incindents are happening around the city which are unnoticed. There are specific areas are there in which problem is more.

Most cases working women are affected. Typical work timings, remote areas giving an opprtunity. Some months back one female employee murdered, Many companies made tall claims that female employee security is top priority. In fact how many companies are strictly following? Almost all the companies located at far away places, very few companies are providing transport facilities. If any such incidents happens also, Even public approach also is very critical to support the working women. if everyone thinks that not my job…
then Who is concerned about working women security?

12 Comments so far

  1. Arun (unregistered) on March 7th, 2007 @ 8:43 am

    “female colleague injured,when a stranger stealed her purse”

    Interesting.. so if the victim was a guy, it is something not worth bothering? Is stealing a wallet generally a crime committed against women?

    I understand the point you are driving to and it makes sense, but making a big deal of a stolen wallet because the victim is a woman? I dont understand this part..

  2. Sigh (unregistered) on March 7th, 2007 @ 9:15 am

    Terrible English! I am really sorry to say.

  3. Simi (unregistered) on March 7th, 2007 @ 9:32 am

    I don’t want to criticize any body’s command over a language (I know mine is not perfect either), but then ‘famus’ would you care to write in a way that the reader doesn’t sigh? I swear, I didn’t mean to hurt you.

  4. Giri (unregistered) on March 7th, 2007 @ 10:04 am

    I have to agree with the earlier comments. The least a writer or blogger must know is the language that he or she chooses to write in. Otherwise it is difficult for the reader to understand the writer, which defeats the main purpose of the exercise.

  5. Ravi (unregistered) on March 7th, 2007 @ 10:39 am

    Hi Famus. Welcome to Bangalore Metblogs. You have raised a good point in your post though some more points could also have been included. Perhaps, you were nervous and that is understandable. You might want to consider a grammar and spelling check next time. Else, any help, let the rest of us know through email. All the best!

  6. Rajesh (unregistered) on March 7th, 2007 @ 10:48 am

    Welcome! life is all about learning!!

  7. M O H A N (unregistered) on March 7th, 2007 @ 10:57 am

    Guys, go easy on the newbee… life is a opportunity to learn isnt it? as ravi rightly puts it.

  8. Lokesh (unregistered) on March 7th, 2007 @ 10:57 am

    Hi Famus, welcome. With women’s day round the corner most of them will concentrate on the positives but there still are some areas of concern. It is a good topic to throw up & get in the views. Yes more views, examples from your side would get it started.

  9. Sanjay Pandey (unregistered) on March 7th, 2007 @ 10:58 am


    A good post and you have raised excellent point also.

    Guys, I do not find anything wrong in what he has written. That is the sort of English, I hear in Bangalore always. He has just put them in words.

    There are some typos which as per Ravi’s suggestion Spellchecker can take care of easily.

    BTW, aren’t we ignoring the issues which he has raised by concentrating on the presentation and not content.

    Keep it up Famus and do not get discouraged by critics. We need people who can ask questions.

    @Giri – English is my second language and hence I do not have sufficient mastery on it. Care to explain your second sentence.

    “The least a writer or blogger must know is the language that he or she chooses to write in.”

    Do you mean a person should have knowledge of a language or comfortable command on it. The way I understand it, if I can speak “Gottilla” in kannada then I know about the language. It is spoken in Karnataka and I can understand it if it is spoken slowly, does that qualify me to write in it.

    Further, all of you who are criticizing Famus, can you elaborate on which English you want him to be expert of. British, American, Indian, Australian or another on of the thousand flavors which exist. For your kind information, all of them have some differences in terms of spelling & grammatical constructs.


    Enjoy madi aur mast raho.

  10. famus (unregistered) on March 7th, 2007 @ 8:06 pm

    Arun, SIGH ,SIMI and Giri thanks for your comments and constructive criticism.
    Ravi, Rajesh, Mohan, Lokesh, and Sanjay Pandey thanks for your support and comments.


  11. Chitra (unregistered) on March 8th, 2007 @ 10:42 am

    Famus, great spirit. :)

  12. famus (unregistered) on March 8th, 2007 @ 8:01 pm

    thanks a lot chitra

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