BHU Professor Launches An Application To Block Porn,Plays Bhajan When You Visit Porn Sites

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BHU does it again. It seems BHU has got a thing for being in the limelight now a days.

A neurologist at the Institute of Medical Sciences of Banaras Hindu University and his team have developed an application to block unwanted sites majorly pornographic in nature.

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But the question is why would someone install the app if that person intents to visit a  pornographic site?

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We are living in a society which claims to be the lands of Khajuraho and Kamasutra still applications like these are cropping up.

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The app which has been named ‘Har Har Mahadev’ will not only block sites but also play devotional songs whenever any of the ‘objectionable’ website is opened.It seems like the people who have developed this app have forgotten that Sunny Leone still remains the most searched woman over internet in India.

The other interesting fact about this app is that it has taken over six months to be made.Like seriously six months of efforts over what?

The truth is that sex is such a taboo and people are afraid to talk about it openly. Thus they take the recourse of the porn for knowing “you know who”!! India has a population of more than 1 billion and let’s face the truth it’s not because of devotional songs being played.We are living in the 21st century and India claims to have reached over the moon but instead of now trying for Mars we’re wasting our time and energy over blocking objectionable sites.

Well,I never knew that the cleanliness drives would reach to the university campus and that too in the lanes of the University Wi-Fi.

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