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A Safe City which is Un-safe

Posted by Neeraj Singh on April 18, 2014 at 4:45 AM Comments comments (0)

This story is about a key western city of India called "Ahmedabad". When I decided to come back to India after having stayed at Oxford & Chennai prior to that, my preference was company's office at Gandhinagar. There was a lot of research that I had done before choosing this location primary of which included the city being "Safe for Women".


Of all the Indian cities that I had stayed in, so far, I could say with a great certainty that Ahmedabad / Ga...

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Posted by [email protected] on June 27, 2013 at 1:20 AM Comments comments (0)
There are many social problems here. The people are facing mental and physical harassment. Some times they dont get their rights due to lack of knowledge and information. The authorities say anything and people agree for it because they dont have their info they fear atrocities.. One of which iam facing. These are the situation in society. If he is un educated god must help. I appeal to people to know their rights.

India's Growing Impatience

Posted by Neeraj Singh on October 13, 2012 at 12:40 PM Comments comments (0)
  • April 1999: Son of influential Congress MP from Haryana, shoots & kills Model Jessica Lal, working as a barmaid at a Socialite Party for not serving him drink. He was sentenced to life imprisonment.
  • May 1999: Son of a deputy SP in UP Police, shoots dead a parlour attendant for not being able to serve “Cassata” ice cream to the accused at Jehangirabad Palace, Lucknow
  • Oct 2008: CEO of Graziano Trasmissioni India Pvt. Ltd. was killed by a mob of sacked worker...
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Who is Important?

Posted by Neeraj Singh on October 6, 2012 at 10:40 AM Comments comments (0)

It's a bit vague for me to touch upon this topic but wanted to bring about the feelings that were getting beyond control now. I like to proudly say that I am an Indian & also that I am from Bihar. Although I am a Hindu but not sure I am so proud always to call it out vehementally. Reason is not because I don't believe in it but largely because it's a personal matter of my living style, my beliefs, my culture that I inherited from my Hindu parents. So when I reflect back, I could gather th...

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Angel at 74

Posted by Neeraj Singh on December 25, 2011 at 8:25 AM Comments comments (0)

I was almost managing my travel as mechanically as possibly a dying car with diminishing fuel will do. Just managing to reach at a place & then starting from there after having achieved the objective, almost within a day of visit. It was, like every year, my Indi...

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Transparency Revolutions

Posted by Pankaj Raman on June 12, 2011 at 5:52 AM Comments comments (0)

India is passing through a transparency revolution, but powerful sections are not yet ready for the transition, Defense Minister AK Antony said...

It seems to most sensible comments given by one of the politicians of current government. A lot of debates going in Media regarding Lokpal bill, corruptions ,success/failure of ANDOLAN but question is not all about this, it is that at least all of us have started talking about this.( from face book to face to face). We have now valid reason t...

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Organized (Business) Crime in India

Posted by Neeraj Singh on January 22, 2011 at 7:05 AM Comments comments (0)

I am sure most of you would know the title very well but probably what you read now will not really be the literal sense of what your head is at. Keeping one devoid of his rightful earning is also a crime & if you do it in a structured & coherent way with knowledge of all known across industry, how can you not call it as a part of organized crime. Just that there are ways of doing it & the industries that we are talking of are quite closely knit hence less of "halla-gulla".

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What have we done to you?

Posted by Neeraj Singh on December 7, 2010 at 3:28 PM Comments comments (2)

Some mindless people have entered the city. This used to be the title headlines some 10 to 20 years back when elders would meet for a quick discussion over morning walk. This was at the time when a city that slept well suddenly shook up to the news of bomb blasts during the morning news. These creatures then lived on in the same city. Ate our food, spoke our language, mingled with us all but all thru the morning. As dawn neared its glory of shade, these creatures went to another world. Discus...

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Chahatein Yahan bhi Hain wahan bhi

Posted by Neeraj Singh on September 10, 2010 at 8:22 AM Comments comments (1)

Yesterday I returned from Frankfurt. A trip that I can't forget for many reasons. One it was my first full blown visit there. Two, I met my business counterparts face to face & last but not the least, that I was, by chance, both picked & dropped from & to the airport by a Pakistani. The one who dropped was quite aged person while the one who dropped was a middle aged man, almost my age.


I was looking thru the airport to find where do I get the taxi & as...

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Justice meted to culprits but Don't underplay what Police & Media could have also done?

Posted by Neeraj Singh on August 30, 2010 at 8:05 AM Comments comments (0)

It was in the year 2000 that there was widespread violence across Tamil Nadu including  Dharmapuri protesting against conviction of Jayalalitha in a criminal case.


3 girls were burnt alive in a bus by 3 AIADMK hooligans. Today Supreme Court has upheld the decision of death penalty for them. 2 learnings that came out of all this episode for all concerned across the country:


1. Media & Police were also there shooting the entire ...

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