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Commented on shyamnambiar's review

Nov 30, 2008 02:27 PM

And on top of all this, we think that by getting the Home Minister to quit, we've made amends of sorts... A nation that is filled with the 'its not me this time' kind of citizenry cannot expect any better... Why hasn't there been a single attack on the US post 9/11? Or UK for that matter? Israel ...has some of the strictest and most stringent security laws in the world..and we get mad when frisked at a Mall or the Airport. We dont want to compromise on our 'freedom' little realising that we already have, by choosing nincompoops one election after another. This time let us vow to vote for the man who does not belong to a party that reeks of corruption and vileness. Lets make a vow to vote only for the best man..or not vote at all. Lets the billions of rupees spent on the elections go down the bloody drain if we dont have a decent person to choose...And most of all, let us get over our complacent attitude and start demanding that the babus, and the politicians are public 'servants' and they'd better serve us or bear the brunt. Let us as citizens of a nation that, despite its flaws, deserves to be saved, a nation that some where still makes us proud to be Indians ....start a movement that will make it a modern nation....worthy of our trust, admiration and patriotism. Jai Hind!Read More

Commented on own review

Nov 05, 2007 08:22 AM

Hi I just wanted to thank all of you for your comments. Ritu

Commented on own review

Nov 05, 2007 08:19 AM (Updated Nov 14, 2007 10:38 AM)

Hi Mr Vinod and Mr Munir, Maybe the review was not good afterall. The book does not dwell entirely on the horror of the ailment and its aftermath, although that is a very crucial aspect. The book is about the man and the words of wisdom he imparts, which as I wrote in my concluding paragraph,... are ideals we ought to live by, except that we lose them in the rush of living our lives. Moreover, I have witnessed two close people in my life who had not ALS, but Muscular Dystrophy, which is similiar in many ways to ALS as it is debilitating, without a cure and kills the human, one day at a time. I suppose thats also the reason I found this book so endearing. It touched a deep part of me, since I have watched my friends endure a life - watching parts of their body shut down one after another. I related to it in more ways than one. I agree there is too much pain in this world already and we don't need to read more about it! But certainly I believe that a perspective from such individuals can change your life....for the better. RituRead More

Reviewed Tuesdays With Morrie - Mitch Alborn

Nov 04, 2007 09:57 PM 4392 Views

There are books you buy, read and then place them on the Book shelf that adorns your Living Room(because you haven’t an extra room for a Library/Den which is what you struggle night and day earning for!) But sometimes you pick up a book from a Book Store, read it and decide that you probably ...Read more

Reviewed Nokia 6235

Dec 22, 2006 11:34 PM 3782 Views

(Updated Dec 22, 2006 11:43 PM)

I bought the Nokia 6235 in August 2006. It served the purpose of its purchase from day one. It has an excellent battery back that has never failed me. It has exceptional reception and features that atech novice like me, findstoocomplicated to be put to good use... Nevertheless, the hand...Read more

Followed flyingelephant , shyamnambiar

Dec 19, 2006 02:43 PM



Reviewed Gitanjali - Rabindranath Tagore

Dec 18, 2006 07:05 PM 29488 Views

Leave this chanting and singing and telling of beads! Whom dost thou worship in this lonely dark corner of a temple with doors all shut? Open thine eyes and see thy God is not before thee! He is there where the tiller is tilling the hard ground and where the pathmaker is breaking stones. He i...Read more

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Dec 18, 2006 04:34 PM




Dec 16, 2006 05:08 PM 2598 Views

When internet aided travel boom first started in India in early Y2K, most websites were able to assist itinerary and ticket bookings as offline procedures. With the advent of online internet bookings, and increased security of internet transactions, came the boom in airline ticket bookings and m...Read more

Commented on S.S.ANAND's review

Dec 15, 2006 10:32 PM

Hi. I have four policies from MNYL and have been their client for over four years. I have found their service and response time to be good. When in trouble, always seek the assistance of their customer care reps. They are extremely professional and go out of their way to make dealings easy. For e...x, when my hubby was out of the country and we forgot to pay the premia for two quarterly payments, the Customer care guy helped me finish the formailities to reinstate our lapsed policies, efficiently. I have not had to make a claim till date (thank God)...but I think it will be handled professionally as well. Take care RituRead More

Commented on own review

Dec 15, 2006 04:24 PM

Hi Asyis. I totally respect ur view and thank u for the rating. The idea behind the review was merely to indicate that trash and sensationalism is freely available. Such papers are called tabloids. And there must be something to make our National Dailies more responsible and accountable. Even a g...ood parent cannot stop their kids from getting attracted to freely available and trashy entertainment. That is why we have censorship in our country. I am a parent and I know for sure, that if our daily morning dose of news events continues to be cheap, gimmicky and gossipy, we might as well forget about instilling any 'values' in our kids. I can stop subscribing to my newspaper, but will that stop the filth?Read More

Reviewed The Times Of India

Dec 14, 2006 07:17 PM 2981 Views

The Law, especially for those who have to ensure justice is upheld and injustice against any person avoided, is a roadblock; a sort of speed breaker that makes deliverance of justice within its parameters an arduous task. Eventually, the verdict delivered may simply not adhere to the principles ...Read more

Commented on bozorap's review

Apr 16, 2004 11:58 AM

I can understand how u feel. All of us, at whatever points in our lives, have had to deal with the same stark reality. I often wonder, if these cops deal with us, educated urban folks this way, imagine the plight of the man on the street! But then cops have their own crosses to bear. Their pay pa...ckets are so pathetic, working hours so long, and respect amongst the gentry so low, (its fear not respect that we have for them), that we certainly CANNOT fathom their side of the story! Good review though. Hope u are feeling better.Read More

Commented on Alok_Sr's review

Apr 15, 2004 10:45 AM

I totally and absolutely endorse your review. ICICI Bank is worse than a grameen sarkari Bank. The service, the Customer help lines, the staff, the ATM's...all downright PATHETIC. I have faced numerous probs with the Bank. I certainly DO NOT recommend this Bank to anyone!!!!!!!

Reviewed Lok Sabha

Apr 15, 2004 10:37 AM 2134 Views

(Updated Apr 15, 2004 10:37 AM)

Much is being made about the foray of ?young blood? into the Indian political arena this Lok Sabha season. Rahul Gandhi, Varun Gandhi, Milind Deora, Jyotiraditya Scindia and Sachin Pilot have decided to contest the elections this time around. The media on its part has gone berserk trail blazing ...Read more

Commented on amitjaju2's review

Mar 24, 2004 11:37 AM

Oh Yes, AIRTEL is one helluva idiotic service. I have their pre paid connection, and have the problem of extremely poor network, calls getting held up....and not to mention their wierd charges. Sometimes I am charged Rs 2 for am sms, which is standard, and at times Rs 3-7 also. Somebody shud haul th...eir asses to the Consumer Court.Read More

Commented on manoj_garg's review

Feb 01, 2004 01:15 AM

I think TOI is a rather shallow, trashy and a newspaper that thrives on publicity gimmicks...only to increase circulation. Their supplements are a joke. No newspaper can compare to The Hindu and the Indian Express, in their news coverage, editorials and their features. Big city newspapers like TOI... and HT only play worthless number games. Read More

Commented on firstautumn's review

Jan 28, 2004 01:01 AM

Gosh, I had no idea one could add so much 'substance' to a COFFEE review!!!!!!! Congrats......

Reviewed Eleven Minutes - Paulo Coelho

Jan 27, 2004 11:47 PM 3882 Views

(Updated Jan 27, 2004 11:51 PM)

To Paulo Coelho fans, his latest offering, eleven minutes, will make for a very different reading experience. It is a stupendous piece of writing, comprising all the qualities that make him a prolific writer; his explorations of the heart and mind, his discovery of the truth and the manner in wh...Read more

Commented on pointy10's review

Jul 03, 2003 12:09 PM

I have been banking with ICICI since 1999 and their services differ from branch to branch and city to city. Within Delhi where I reside, there is a marked diff in the services of diff branches. The branch I hold my account with is worse than some 'sarkari' banks. Inside its like a fish market all th...e time, noisy...with some of the staff members talking to eachother across the halls...adding to the din. The new cheque books take over two weeks to be delivered and if thats not all, I find discrepencies in my cash balances almost routinely. You are a lucky bloke for having a good branch to bank with. Some of us are not so lucky.Read More