Year: 2014

Review : Innocence to Irony

The book Innocence to Irony is a collection of short stories about life in india. It reflects the male dominated indian society, where women have a second class status having to adjust to her husband. In particular, the status of women in the supposedly high tech indian internet sector is especially poor. Offline, at least a woman will be acknowledged for her experience, honesty, hardwork online in india today only mediocre lazy liar frauds flourish, as cheating skills, evil nature are most important today to the powerful officials and large companies like GOOGLE.

In many stories, the fact that the charm of a woman decreases as she grows older has been clearly bought out. When the dancers are young, they have many loyal fans, and when they grow older, these fans will then switch to younger more good looking women. Hence women should diversify into sectors where their income will not depend on their appearance. Many stories are set in rural india and cover women from a variety of backgrounds,.

The indian internet sector today appears to be completely devoid of humanity, honesty, morals unlike offline, where people can distinguish between good and evil. The final story Irony shows how in the real world, people will go out of their way to protect honest hardworking Savitri who killed her evil husband, Murugan and ensure that she will go scot free.

Online in the indian internet sector today, almost everyone will support a greedy ungrateful scammer husband and wife hathwar couple who looted a single woman of more than Rs 1,1 lakh of her hard earned money to build a new house in bangalore and even reward the cheater housewife with an important government job for her frauds

Thus honest hardworking people should avoid an online career if they do not want to be cheated of their hard earned money as people are more honest offline. A well written and easy to read book.

Review The Quest for Nothing by Anurag Anand

Unlike most novels available, which are based mainly on relationships,the story The Quest for Nothing by Anurag Anand is set in modern day corporate India. It traces the career of Aakash, an MBA from his first job to a situation where he faced the end of his career. Like most career conscious individuals, he hops from one job to another for a better position and salary, marries a wife Deepali he met at work, works both at Gurgaon as well as Mumbai, depending on the opportunities available.
However, his life is turned upside down when his boss accuses him of leaking some very confidential information related to the insurance purchased by their customers. He flatly denies this allegation since he has never indulged in such an activity since it could destroy his career, which he has worked so hard for. However, his boss has proof that the data was accessed from his laptop alone for stealing and storing on the CD.
He is about to lose his job, when his wife does some detective work, and finds out that the actual theft of data was commited by a young girl Monisha on whom Akash had a crush on. Since Akash was infatuated with Monisha, he allowed her unlimited access to the laptop. With the help of her real boyfriend, Monisha stole the data and released it to the public, resulting in loss of reputation to the company.

In this story Monisha and her boyfriend are caught and punished, but in the indian internet industry scammers and frauds are role models for powerful officials who worship these criminals

This story reflects the reality in the indian internet industry where extremely powerful officials are infatuated with young cheater women like siddhi mandrekar, sunaina, kalpita n. , nayanshree hathwar, riddhi caro, asmita patel, ruchika kinger, and commit great blunders because of their blind infatuation with young women in their early twenties. Unfortunately in the poorly governed Indian internet sector, no one loses their jobs for indulging in these scams.

Instead the fraud companies Google and Tata ensure that the scammer women are rewarded for their cheating, fraud with fake references of experience, permanent positions in the government with a very good salary and pension as reward for cheating a single woman engineer of her hard earned money.

In reality in India well connected frauds and cheaters, especially in the internet sector will attain great positions of power, due to rampant corruption, nepotism, ruthlessness, greed and cruelty of powerful officials and their young cheater criminal girlfriends, with kim kardashian look alike siddhi mandrekar easily winning the title of MISS CHEATER INDIA, and cheater nayanshree . a close runner up in looting single woman.

Review: The Mark of Vishnu by Khushwant Singh

The book Mark of Vishnu by Khushwant Singh is a collection of his most popular short stories. Though Khushwant Singh, who passed away recently was well known as a journalist and novelist, he first made his mark as a short story writer. His short stories are extremely well written and cover different aspect of life in North India. The Mark of Vishnu is the story of the king cobra Kala Nag who was fed with milk daily by Gunga ram. One day he is attacked by school boys who think they have killed the snake and take him to school as a specimen for their biology lab. However, the snake though battered is still alive, and escapes, but not before attacking Gunga Ram.
Another interesting story in the book is about Zora Singh the foreign educated engineer who rose to become the chief engineer through his knowledge, hard work, people skills and by remaining in the good books of the powerful ministers in the government. After retirement, Zora Singh is rewarded with a membership of the Upper house by the minister who trusts him. This story gives a glimpse of life in the country after independence.
A well written collection of short stories, ideal for a bed time read.
The Mark of Vishnu stories
by Khushwant Singh
Penguin Books
Selection first published in 2011
Pages :154

Novels by John Green

John Green is the author of some popular fiction books which are based on the life of children, teenagers and young adults. Though his first book was published only in 2005, he has subsequently published six novels and five short stories. The john green review has autobiographical information about John Green, his education, and his experience being bullied by other people stronger than him. It also talks about how the writer has shared his personal experiences in the numerous novels which he has published. Like most novels, these works of fiction cover a gamut of emotions and experiences.

Looking for Alaska, the story of a high school student, was the first novel published by John Green in 2005. It was followed by the book An Abundance of Katherines published in 2006, about the life of depressed person who took a road trip. Paper Towns was probably the most popular work of fiction , and was number five in the New York Times list of best selling children's books. The Fault in our Stars,Let it Snow, Will Grayson, Will Grayson are other published novels by John Green.

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