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How to educate Indians about bullying and stalking?

How to educate Indians about bullying and stalking? Topic: How to write a letter about bullying
June 20, 2019 / By Eileen
Question: Its not because I realized recently that India ranks third in the world for cyberbullying. Indians don't know these terms and keep doing it all the time. My own friends who are in their late 30s and have kids behave immaturely in cyberspace, taunting, slandering etc. I'm surprised that inspite of being postgraduates and modern, they don't understand these terms. Indians only know the word 'ragging' which is done in colleges for freshers. I created a FaceBook page and have been forwarding to spread the awareness, but this has lead to more bullying, they make fun of the FB page. Is it because there are no laws in India? Indian as in India(Asia), sorry not Native Americans. I don't think you guys have a headweight like the Asian Indians. Indian as in India(Asia), sorry not Native Americans. I don't think you guys have a headweight like the Asian Indians.
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Chelsey Chelsey | 3 days ago
I have indian in my blood but am mainly american but am embarrassed of my culture. I agree with you they act like teenage girls. Its so annoying. They arent evloved. Write them annoymous letters telling them how you feel even if its mean. Tell them to get with the new times and grow the **** up. I would.
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Aryana Aryana
i am an indian.. I know the meaning of these words. o_o I have also noticed this patterns of my fellow countrymen behaving rudely and ridiculously on online forums...and i like to attribute it to the fact that in india, people are very afraid of the society, and they get bullied even in their families even after becoming adults.. So maybe they(we, though i personally dont either stalk or bully) are using internet as an outlet for all their (our) pent-up anger and frustration.
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