Vaidehi Sachin.

Group Editor
Newsmakers Broadcating Communications Pvt Ltd








About Me

Vaidehi Taman is an investigative journalist, editor, ethical hacker, philantrophist, author and an inspiration to many. She is editor-in-chief of Newsmakers Broadcasting and Communications Pvt. Ltd. Since 4 years, which features an English daily tabloid – Afternoon Voice, a Marathi daily tabloid – Mee Mumbaikar, monthly magazines like Hackers5, Beyond the news (international) and Maritime Bridges, dedicated to IT industry, Indian news to the world and shipping industry, respectively. Besides the business perspective, she is an EC Council Certified Ethical Hacker, Certified Security Analust and is also a Licensed Penetration Tester which she caters for her sister-concern Kaizen-India Infosec Solutions Pvt. Ltd.

After a long stint in journalistic career pursuits in early 2000, she decided to start her own publication and this was a turning point in her life. She was already a freelance reporter to West Side Plus (Times of India), Mumbai Sandhya Group of Publications, and Sunday Observer. Before joining Afternoon DC, she was writing for Free Press Journal. She began her carrier with 'In Times News' as a crime correspondent. Here she was introduced to new gametes of visual media. She learnt compilation of news & visuals, scripting, language, timing and video editing. This was like an institution for young journalists. she worked with various reputed news channels but always wanted to learn more. She joined 'Digital Academy' to acquire proper training in video editing, dubbing, cinematography techniques, etc. Later, she produced, directed & edited over fifty documentaries under the Newsmakers banner and for many other leading channels. As she remembers, her first corporate film was for 'MHADA' about SRA scheme which gave her recognition.

Miscellaneous : Books Authored Kurukshetra Bhartayan Sheriff of Mumbai Slavery of Small Hands The Abused Hidutva v/s. Buddism Cyber Terror

Awards : PratibhaSanman Award – BhartiyaSamajVikas Academy Best NGO – Maharashtra Human Rights Commission Eminent Writer – Writers Guild (Lucknow) Trans Asian Chambers– Pillar of Hindustani Society Nightingale – Tagore Academy

Education & Qualifications : Certified Ethical Hacking (EC Council) Ec-Council Security Analyst Licensed Penetration Tester MBA in Human Resources (Pune) Bacherlors in Law (Bom)

T.V Serials : "Chohti Si BaatNanhonKeSaath" – Aastha "Health Flash" – Care TV "Public Hain Sub JantiHain"- SN TV "Panchnama" – SONY "Astro Medicine" – Care TV "Science for Everyone" – Jigyasa "Manthan" - Care TV

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This verdict will surely bring relief to married men’s life

Expressing concern over misuse of anti-dowry law by “disgruntled” wives against her husband and in-laws, the Supreme Court ruled that police cannot arrest the accused in such cases “automatically” and it must give reasons for taking such steps which would be judicially examined. In the recent past, many innocent men and their families were victimised under section 498A, as after filing an FIR it was mandatory for police to arrest the family and its members (abettors). To prevent dowry deaths and cruelty to married woman, anti dowry laws were implemented. However, most of the time ‘victim’ would misuse the laws and complain just to take revenge from husband and her in laws. The ‘dowry’ gift, often as financial assistance, has a long history in many parts of the world. In India, the payment of a dowry has been prohibited since 1961 under Indian civil law. Subsequently, Sections 304B and 498A of the Indian Penal Code were enacted, making it easier for the wife to seek redress from harassment by the husband’s family. Delhi alone accounts for 18.7 per cent of dowry death cases and 17.1 per cent of cruelty by husbands and relatives, according to a 2006 report by the National Crime Records Bureau. Domestic violence is a two-way road and need not always refer to wife-bashing as per popular perception. If you are a married man, you know the deadly effects of silent treatment, constant nagging or sulking for days. But actual cases of male victimisation are far less compared to the abuse and domestic violence women endure everyday across the country. Delhi High Court judge observed that laws were made to protect hundreds of women tortured and killed for dowry every year but have become a tool for urban middle or upper-middle class women looking to make a quick buck through divorce.

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