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Commented on neelatrivedi's review

May 31, 2012 09:46 PM

It was probably due to heavy traffic at the site that the ticketing was slow

Reviewed MakeMyTrip.com

May 31, 2012 04:49 PM 3526 Views

I have used makemy trip to book bus tickets, train tickets, hotel bookings and of course air bookings. In short most of their offerings. Along with tedbuss, makemy trip was one of the earliest to jump onto the bus ticket wagon. In terms of comparison, it is the same as any other travel site - ya...Read more

Reviewed SpiceJet

May 31, 2012 04:19 PM 42043 Views

I would begin by saying that in an industry like the airline industry, one of the key differentiators is in terms of how you handle a crisis . Spicejet failed in the area recently while flying from bangalore to delhi recently, a wheelchair passenger was brought in he had some fracture in his leg...Read more

Reviewed Ebay.com

May 31, 2012 10:37 AM 4140 Views

Recently I bought a blackberry handset from ebay. It was advertised as an unlocked GSM set, but turned out to be a CDMA set and was of no use to me I wanted to contact ebay about return the product and get a refund. The one hurdle I faced was getting through to customer care they offer three opt...Read more

Reviewed Groupon.co.in

May 31, 2012 10:22 AM 2358 Views

I have used this site twice  I get a set of bargains and coupons every day from a variety of establishments, the range is quite diverse and varied and the deals are great. although crazeal is only an aggregation and the services are provided by third parties, the deals are negotiated very well a...Read more

Commented on rockaclimba's review

Apr 16, 2012 09:59 AM

Redbus is just a single window ticketing service. The quality of the service provided by a particular operator like Vidharbha travels is not the responsibility of Redbus. They do providing a facility of rating various travel agents that they serve. This ought to be posted as a review of Vidharbha tr...avels and not RedbusRead More

Commented on kpramki's review

Apr 01, 2012 04:25 PM

too shallow and does not cite any example. looks more like a rant.

Reviewed Aircel Mobile Operator

Mar 13, 2012 11:56 PM 3982 Views

I shifted to bangalore about 9 months ago and needed a post paid connection. I went to outlets of docono, airtel, vodafone etc. I had limited id and address proof having just moved into the city. while the big players wanted a certain package of documents which I did not have, the aircel folks m...Read more

Reviewed Hathway Cable And Datacom Ltd 

Mar 13, 2012 11:28 PM 4937 Views

I have been using hathway broadband in Bangalore for about 9 months now. my earlier experience with cable broadband was mixed, so I went for this with some hesitation. but I have been pleasantly surprised, the connection is stable, the speeds good and on the odd occasion when the service is down...Read more

Reviewed Raj Travels and Tours - Mumbai

Feb 20, 2012 04:07 PM 7304 Views

Raj is one of the few operators running an AC Sleeper bus between Mumbai and Bangalore. Used them quite a few times. The bus is quite neat and well maintained. Punctuality is not great, but don't know how much of that should be attributed to traffic in both the cities.Staff were courteous and kn...Read more

Reviewed Dying Banyan, A - Manzar Ahtesham

May 30, 2008 05:19 PM 1202 Views

(Updated May 30, 2008 05:19 PM)

Manzar Ahtesham’s original Urdu work “ Sukha Bargad” has been called a modern classic and has been ably translated into English under the title “ A Dying Banyan”. Set in the late seventies and early eighties when Islamic tendencies are on their rise in Pakistan and Zulfiquar Ali Bhut...Read more

Reviewed Lesson Before Dying, A - Ernest J. Gaines

Apr 07, 2008 04:29 PM 1737 Views

“A Lesson Before Dying” has the overtones of the modern classic –“To Kill A Mockingbird” with its storyline based on racism and the undercurrents of bravery of a few in the midst of the hatred of many. The book is set in a small Cajun community of Louisiana of the late 1940s and the ...Read more

Reviewed White Mughals - William Dalrymple

Mar 30, 2008 06:09 PM 1616 Views

It is to the credit of William Dalrymple that a book on whom research was begun in 1997 and was published in 2002 as a book of close to 600 pages with innumerable foot notes, bibliography and other explanations did not end up as a scholarly treatise gathering dust on library shelves but...Read more

Reviewed Song Of Kali - Dan Simmons

Mar 24, 2008 05:17 PM 1393 Views

“Song of Kali” is Dan Simmons’ first novel and was published in 1985. It is set in Kolkata in 1977 with the emergency as a backdrop. It has been categorized as a horror novel or a work of fantasy in most American reviews and has even been awarded the World Fantasy Award. However, the Indian read...Read more

Reviewed Whitethorn Woods - Maeve Binchy

Mar 20, 2008 05:25 PM 1101 Views

(Updated Mar 20, 2008 05:39 PM)

“Whitethorn Woods” by Maeve Binchy is an extremely readable book once you get used to the fact that it is neither a traditional novel nor exactly a collection of short stories. The first few chapters seem to be a bit disjointed and there is a struggle to discern how the diverse chara...Read more

Reviewed Let the Northern Lights Erase Your Name - Vendela Vida

Mar 04, 2008 01:21 PM 989 Views

“Let the Northern Lights Erase Your Name” is a book as lyrical in its content as its title. More so perhaps because it is largely set in a part of the world which is rarely written about – Lapland. Lapland of course is the mythical land of the Santa Claus, north of the Arctic Circle and the stor...Read more

Commented on own review

Feb 19, 2008 04:27 PM

Well this is the kind of book with so many characters that you sort of have to read this at a stretch. Otherwise you lose the thread. The author does a pretty good job I must say.

Reviewed Empire Falls - Richard Russo

Feb 18, 2008 03:51 PM 1526 Views

(Updated Feb 18, 2008 07:27 PM)

Empire Falls is a Pulitzer Prize winning novel by Richard Russo set in a town by the same name in Maine. The book which flits back and forth between the present and the past and captures the small town class hierarchy of a small town has tragedy woven right through every one of its main characte...Read more

Reviewed My Antonia - Penelope Lively

Feb 10, 2008 08:10 AM 1391 Views

When I picked up My Antonia by Willa Cather I was not expecting to finish it, let alone enjoy it. The book was published first in 1918, close to ninety years ago and is set in the later part of the nineteenth century- even earlier. Usually to identify with a setting that far back in ...Read more

Reviewed Those Days - Sunil Gangopadhyay

Feb 09, 2008 08:53 AM 4315 Views

Those Days by Sunil Gangopadhyay leaves you astounded. Astounded that giants like Ishwar Chandra Vidyasagar and Dwarkanath and Debendra Nath Tagore(Grandfather and Father respectively of Rabindra Nath Tagore) with their towering personalities actually existed and shaped their times. ...Read more

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