Saturday, October 31, 2009

ANSUS PIC

ANSU










41 comments:

George said...
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George said...

Its nice of you that you put up these pictures of Ansu in happier times...

Manu said...

Wow, very sad story. I pray that the Ansu's parents have peace from above. I hope that the guilty get punished and the truth come out.

aegy said...

This tragedy is the result of unlimited lust of money. The so called "husbund" deliberately forgot the fact that he should have love his wife rather than her money! The very latest example of the cessation of moral values by the new generation!!!

thomas said...

i dont know wut to say .... trust me he will pay for wut he had done. but that will not take away the sorrow of this parents. I assure my prayers for the soul of Ansu, and may our God give you the strength to fight till he is punnished....

SAJI SAMUEL said...

eeeeeeee photoss valllathe manasu vishamipikkunnuuu......ansu ninte admavinu vendi njan prarthikunnuuu.............kalam nammude munnil kanikkum ninte maranathinu pinnil ulllavare.....

Anonymous said...

how cruel our people are? it is warning for all parents in kerala.Before the marriage kindly try to check the basic quality of spouse. now we want to know abt the position,monthly earnings,qualification,visa status etc.
our prayers for Ansu's parents. hope her soul in peace.

Anonymous said...

Pls Post Ribu's picture sothat we all aware about him. We pray for her parents to give them courage

Anonymous said...

Evaneyokke thalli kollukaya vendathu... innum nammude nattil panthinuvendi ethokke sambavikkunnallo ennorkkumbol dukhamanu. Especially among educated people. Pavam her parents enthu vendana sahichu kanum ethryam nal.. WE will pray for her soul to rest in peace

Anonymous said...

IT SHOULD HAVE BEEN APPROPRIATE TO HAVE HIS PICTURE POSTED, SO THAT WE CAN SEE WHO THIS TWO LEGGED ANIMAL IS.

Anonymous said...

this is for anus parents....i was in hydbd long years back...i know very well about hybd people...many of them are mercy less..if any body did any crime against out side people all locals will support them only..but i can tell you one thing...gods law will not..leave this evils.....prayers..with tears...

reba said...

I THANK everyone of you for giving your moral support to the family and keeping them in your prayers.

Thank You

vikraman said...

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vikraman said...

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vikraman said...

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fredy said...

many of our sister are living in family hells... as a brother, some time I think to shot such husbands and go to life scentence.... The curse of India is the culpted politicians, police and judiciary... we have no safty here that I feel always... I have arequest to all our sisters to give informations about your family problems to your intimates is important.

Anonymous said...

Saw Ansu's memorial picture in a malayalam new paper few days ago,with this website address.I am sure there will be thousands of people hoping for justice to Ansu ultimately.
May she rest in peace.

Anonymous said...

Every minute and every second that goes by thinking of u, reminds us that 4 yrs have gone by waiting to hear the truth..

we hope and pray that soon u will get justice..
HAPPY BIRTHDAY ANSU CHECHI..

Anonymous said...

Ansu
In every laughter around
In every song of passion
In every word for truth and justice
In every strife and struggle
In every resolve to stand up for convictions
In every act of kindness and concern
You live every moment
And make your presence felt

Let them die every day of their lives
For being the spineless cowards
Stooping down to the level of animals.

Anonymous said...

Ansu
In every laughter around
In every song of passion
In every word for truth and justice
In every strife and struggle
In every resolve to stand up for convictions
In every act of kindness and concern
You live every moment
And make your presence felt

Let them die every day of their lives
For being the spineless cowards
Stooping down to the level of animals.

Anonymous said...

Ansu
In every laughter around
In every song of passion
In every word for truth and justice
In every strife and struggle
In every resolve to stand up for convictions
In every act of kindness and concern
You live every moment
And make your presence felt

Let them die every day of their lives
For being the spineless cowards
Stooping down to the level of animals.

Anonymous said...

An apt gift on your birthday. The CBI has filed the charge sheet for murder on July 15 against those who tried to live on your assets and accomplishments.

Anonymous said...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mgQFXDeGP4k

Hi, I found one more video in youtube about ANSU..

Anonymous said...

Deepa

velippedathe maranjirikkunnathu onnum illa.... ansu nte athmavinu vendy prarthikkunnu.. oppam kuttavalikalkku thakka punishment kittattey...

Anonymous said...

Ansu had a great influence on my growing up... and she still does! When I was a timid li'l kid a decade ago, she showed me that there's much more to life, and opend my eyes to a whole new world. Ansu, you will be in our hearts forever.

Anonymous said...

I've been thinking since a long time to write something about Ansu. Each time I start writing I go back and delete it. Not sure why. I guess now I know why. I've been trying to write something about her in memory of her....but to me she is not gone anywhere. Her memories are so fresh in my mind as if I spoke to her like yesterday. She was a darling, one stupid lady with so much of energy and extremely out going personality. Under this was some innocence which is not known to everyone. I still remember the way we used to say "Whatever" every time we did not want to respond back to any one and had great fun saying it in a typical accent.
I guess every day I come across something of the other which reminds me of her and that brings a smile on my face. The only thing I miss is talking to her otherwise she is always there very very fresh in my memories......She has been really special to me....

Anonymous said...

A good freind of mine for a long time.... i wud say we grew up together though she was a year or two elder to me. Being in the same parish we met everywhere, be it the choir, sundayschool, youthleague, camps, VBS..... everything. I still cherish the fun, the fights, the jokes, the laughter, the singing etc that we had. A person of life and emotions and also who wasvery open and epressive, it was a joy to be with her. The fond memories will remain till we meet her on the other shore....

Anonymous said...

What do I write?...Ansu was a colleague who I had extreme reactions to...I found her very funny...surprisingly,insightful...loud...idiotic...cute...silly...mad...sweet...fun...entertaining...a good listener at times...always breaking into a song or a dance...and one of the most talkative persons I know. Very expressive, quite a bit nosy and unexpectedly perceptive. Took a rebuff with a smile or a sulk BUT never held a grudge. Not at all shy about complaining or praising n said what she wanted to and when she wanted to usually.

I used to think it was an act until I got to observe her more closely in all sorts of settings,professionally n Personally and I realised she was like that ALL the time. No fake act. It was the genuine Ansu..and she was that way, take it or leave it! Just as I was beginning to understand that underneath all that fidgetiness and restless effervescence is a Loving, surprisingly innocent, caring and good natured frank and candid person, she just vanished in a BLINK!!!

I think everyone who Knew Ansu got Shocked. She was FULL of life.She fought with life all the time...ALWAYS wanted more from life and was in a hurry to get it. She had plans & wanted to know when the results would come.

Since then I often end up thinking about her. Her story is a personal one now. If I see a chocolate or a Coke-Can I remember her. She was perpetually eating/drinking sugar in some form!! she would read a romantic book, eat chocolates, sing or dance and giggle anytime..anywhere.

A few weeks before she died she sang an extremely lovely song in B n C called "From the top of the world I look down at creation".Last time I saw her was on 17th june around 3.30 am and she was staying back to be with her team kids whom she had made to stay back for work. She was giggling as usual & I came to her desk to say bye

Anonymous said...

The Chocolate Lady...
My first memory of Ansu was her smile and constant chatter (I'm a HUGE chatterbox but even my 'talents' paled in comparison ;-p ...), my memory second is of chocolate...one evening over dinner Ansu n I spoke about our passion...chocolate... she was already making them and I was just beginning to start...and she exchanged knowledge n tips freely with me...even though we barely knew each other....It was hard to miss her happiness and zest for life...

I'm sorry I never got a chance to know you better Ansu....but every piece of chocolate I ever make again will be dedicated to you...and hopefully some of your 'magic' and enthusiasm gets rubbed into the lives of the people who eat them...

Anonymous said...

What can anyone say at a time like this? Ansu was dearest to me. ... She was my motivation to live life to the fullest, I remember the grace with which she does every thing and the joy she brings to all our hearts.... I miss you my sister, my dance teacher and my loving guardian angel.
Those of us and our loved ones who live under the shadow of this monster know how fragile and precious life can be. But when time takes one of our beloved ones that fact is brought home with painful force My heart aches for ansu and the rest of family and my prayers are with you all -- especially for that bright new star in the sky which will remain shining for ever!

Anonymous said...

its been so long but i feel as though i saw u just yesterday. Ansu i miss u so much. i can never forget ur smiling face and ur enthusiasm. I still have the HP book we exchanged with each other and I will cherish that forever. I think of u often and hope u knew how much u meant to me. I cannot imagine how ur parents and sis must cope without u.

my heart goes out to her sis i hv never met her but ansu spoke of her soooo often and of her son , who was constantly in her thoughts and conversations.

Ansu - u will remain forever smiling and laughing in my thoughts.

Anonymous said...

bubbly ansu
So many years have passed by, it seems as if it is yesterday I met ansu and chatted with her. I cudnt believe tht ansu was no more among us. I still remember her as a bubbly kind of a gal who used to just laugh and make me laugh and go crazy wid her.


I was stricken with grief at the cruelty one can face. Ansu never deserved this. If I could do anything for her I would like the culprit to be behind bars. I just wish the wheel of fortune turns and this happens and ansu's soul can be at rest. I miss her and I love her

Anonymous said...

As the sands of time pass by..
As the sands of time pass by...
I hold on to the sweet memories and cry...
Thinking of all the good times we had..
making me happy and sad....
"full of sound and fury...."

the fights we had...i miss them a lot...
the rides we took ...the thrill we shared...
the songs we sang...the books we read...
the cooking we did....and naming the dish...
the trips we took...and the photos we clicked....
the arrival of my kid...no our kid... and the shopping you did..
the sleepless nights you had talking about the kid...
all these and much much more i cherish.......

ANSU
I am proud of you and I thank God for giving you as my sister to care for me and share with me..
but now..all that I have left is the memories of the times we shared...
I MISS YOU CHECHI.....

Anonymous said...

Trust - it makes the world surge ahead. Off springs trust their parents. The friends and relatives are cherished by everyone. Trust is the key word in matrimony. People believe the law enforcing authority- the police. Doctors' findings and prescriptions are followed verbatim. The judges are expected to make impartial judgment. The religious heads are the role models without blemishes for the believers.

But for Ansu

Her parents found her a partner not worthy of her.
Many of her friends did not stand by her.
Her husband proved to be the uxoricide.
The police colluded with the culprits.
The doctors distorted their findings.
The church took a partisan attitude.
Now let’s wait for the turn of the judiciary.

Anonymous said...

Marriage is an institution. Too many people are involved in it. How much time it will take for Ansu’s kith and kin especially girls to forget Ansu’s plight and think of an arranged marriage? If this can happen to Ansu, a professional who was bold and intelligent and who everybody believed to have a happy marriage life- to overcome the fear psychosis –only time can help them

Anonymous said...

Reba,
You are lucky to have a sister like Ansu who kept you under her wings. The tragedy of the modern era is 'the one child' attitude. So the children are not taught to love and share and the selfishness brings ruin in their lives. God blessed you with your sister may be because of your goodness. She will always be there by your side to guide you in future.
My family always remembers you in our prayers.

Anonymous said...

Reba,
You are lucky to have a sister like Ansu who kept you under her wings. The tragedy of the modern era is 'the one child' attitude. So the children are not taught to love and share and the selfishness brings ruin in their lives. God blessed you with your sister may be because of your goodness. She will always be there by your side to guide you in future.
My family always remembers you in our prayers.

Anonymous said...

IT WOULD HAVE BEEN YOUR BIRTHDAY TODAY... HAPPY BIRTHDAY CHECHI...

Anonymous said...

July 15 will come again and again but you will remain that young, charming, cheerful Ansu for ever in our minds.

Anonymous said...

July 15 will come again and again but you will remain that young, charming, cheerful Ansu for ever in our minds.

Anonymous said...

Happy Birthday Ansu. We miss you every moment.