5-2017 You still trust SPICEJET ?

  1. Irresponsible and shameless
  2. Stinking service
  3. Rude behaviour
  4. …and they even fleece you.
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18-2013 Time to choose

Time to choose, between the frying pan and the fire.  Or, between the goon and the goonda, or between the rogue and the ruffian.

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Today’s cartoon in The HINDU shows us an option which all of us Indians would love to get. Congrats to the cartoonist who thought up this option.

9/2012 A thief in my school FPIHM

Liberalisation and open market is a great thing. That is until the thieves step in. This happened to the education system in India, particularly the state (AP) where I live in. It is more than just a coincidence that all (or almost all) these private so-called institutions, are run by goons belonging to a particular commmunity.

My experiences (nightmares) concern private engineering colleges. All of them are sickening places, run by unscrupulous and incompetent crooks who ::

1. hoodwink the authorities.
2. ruin the students
3. swindle the teachers

There is this college situated just outside Hydearabad. Ironically, this college is located very close to a famous temple of Saraswati (the Hindu Goddess of learning). This college is owned and run by a stinking rich industrialist/businessman.  This scoundrel should have been in jail, except for the clumsy and cumbersome legal system in India. They tried to steal my salary, by using some cunning tricks which all thieves play. In fact, when I threatened to drag him to the nearby police station, he relented. As if by magic, his goons, came running to the police station with my salary in cash. I have proof and photographic evidence, and a lawyer as witness for this shameful episode. You can get details from me, if you want to stay away from such criminals.

4 /2012 HTCY — How they con you

3/2012 How They Con You (HTCY)
The HTCY series of blog posts is a rogues gallery of commonplace fraud, perpetrated by unethical and dishonest and greedy and incompetent vendors and service providers.

The Oxford English Dictionary describes “con” as (noun form) “a confidence trick” The verb form of “con” could mean deceive, swindle etc.

Read these HTCY entries, and be prepared.