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In Restricted Numbers SIM Cards, Girls Interested or Not?

By dchaitanya, published on Jan 11, 2013

...women and college going girls’ security in their routine life.

The other related aspects that require serious attention of government include preventing eve-teasing and ragging of college going girls and housewives, by restraining unsolicited and undesirable calls going into their mobile phones. The usage of cell phones without restrictions on the incoming and outgoing calls, is endangering the safety and security of the women and college girls and contributing for the eve-teasing and harassment of women and college girls through unsolicited messages and calls into their mobile... (more)

Tags: mobile phones, cell towers, restricted numbers sim cards, trai, mobile phone nuisances, delhi rape news, eve teasing

CELL PHONE FIBBINGS

By dchaitanya, published on Jun 4, 2012

Besides already established and proved health hazards, the mobile phones have also been contributing for the moral turpitude among some human beings and badly affecting their cordial relations with others. The relations within the family members, within the kin and kith circles, within the friends circles or in the workplaces and where not, badly contributing for the lying and dishonest nature among some moble users. In another words the negative side of technology of mobile phones has been teaching the human beings, how to improve the habit of fibbing for every silly things with out any kind... (more)

Tags: mobile phones, human nature, telecom industry, new mobiles, i pod, cell phones and fibbings, life style news, illegal relations, cell towers

The No-Cell-Phone Low Down

By Crowbar, published on Mar 22, 2010

On average, it seems like “Can I get your number?” is the second or third question asked after meeting someone, right behind “What is your name?” or “How much for your sister?”“I don’t have one,” is no longer an acceptable response. It automatically comes with incredulous looks of disdain and confusion. "Did they just say they don’t have a phone?"Then comes a scowl and the overbearing stare of mistrust. They think you don’t trust them, that you don’t want them to call. They walk away cursing and stomping their feet at the nerve you have of treating them that way.However they feel, no matter... (more)

Tags: cell phones, mobile phones, mobile media, living in a mobile world

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