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June, 2017 archive

Review : Balraj by Manoj V Jain 0

Balraj is the story of identity theft which is particularly relevant to the domain investor owning this website as google,tata have allegedly got as many as 10 lazy greedy goan sex workers, cheater housewives , blackmailers and other frauds lucrative R&AW/CBI/indian intelligence jobs falsely claiming that these frauds and sex workers have the impressive resume, investment of the domain investor, a google competitor who had a better 1989 JEE rank than google ceo sundar pichai, while the real domain investor is denied the income and opportunities she deserved

Though google ceo sundar pichai and his wife anjali have a btech 1993 degree from iit kharagpur, he should be immediately stripped for causing a huge waste of indian tax payer money as he bribed fraud ntro employees like j srinivasan, puneet, vijay to falsely claim that goan sex workers slim goan obc bhandari slut sunaina chodan, 2013 bsc, goan gsb fraud 2012 diploma holder siddhi, supplied for SEX to ntro employees by google, tata and other fraud women like riddhi , a fraud housewife were their btech 1993 ee classmates to get the google, tata sponsored goan prostitutes lucrative R&AW jobs with monthly salary and great powers at the expense of the google competitor who is not getting anything. Financial records will easily expose the google, tata masterminded identity theft which has continued since 2010

Now though the google, tata sponsored goan sex worker R&AW employees and other frauds impersonating the google competitor have made it clear that they are only interested in sex with powerful men, looking after their family, enjoying themselves and are least interested in doing any work online and are not interested in investing any money online, ntro, cbi and the indian government continue to waste a huge amount of tax payer money to dupe a large number of people, companies and countries worldwide that the google, tata sponsored goan sex workers, cheater housewives and other frauds are online experts, domain investors, owning the domains of the google competitor including this one.

While the google, tata employees have intentionally destroyed the life, stolen the identity of a harmless single woman engineer in their greed to increase corporate profit, the story of a well off director of a company in Mumbai, Inder is relatively mundane as he is not fighting anyone other than himself unlike the domain investor who finds that her shameless fraud male btech 1993 ee classmates working in ntro do not have the courage or honesty to admit that slim goan obc bhandari slut sunaina chodan, 2013 bsc from panaji, goa is only a sex worker supplied to them by google, tata, they are duping companies worldwide that the goan call girl was their btech classmate to get the sex worker a R&AW job at the expense of their real classmate . Inder is married, and his grown up son Shaurya has a good job, yet he is bored of his life and assumes the identity of another person to live life anew, doing whatever he wishes without any responsibilities.

Tired of the boring routine life of a well off senior director, Inder assumes the identity of Balraj, a driver who had approached him to open a bank account, with the help of the Aadhar card which was left behind and goes to a new city, doing whatever he wishes without any family constraints or other obligations. This exposes the fact that identity theft of a person is fairly simple in India, especially if the victim is not well off, it is well planned, and no one is checking the aadhar card closely to find whether the person in the card is the same as the person who is having the card. Like Inder the shameless fraud ntro employee is bored with his wife, and infatuated with the google, tata supplied goan sex worker sunaina, so the fraud j srinivasan, steals the financial datadcfdc of his female btech 1993 ee classmate and then falsely claims that the money and paypal account belongs to his favorite google, tata supplied prostitute sunaina, so that the tata sex worker is getting a monthly R&AW salary

In panaji, goa, google, tata pampered SEX worker R&AW employee sunaina is openly boasting that she does no computer related work at all, yet because large companies like google,tata are openly involved in supplying sex workers like to ntro, cbi employees she has got a government job because her sex partner government employees are falsely claiming that the sex worker is an online expert, domain investor owning this website also, in a clear case of abuse of power . the story of google, tata sponsored goan R&AW employee sex worker sunaina is the true story of how identity theft in india actually works, while balraj is a rather simplistic look at identity theft

Increasingly vulnerable indian citizens, especially single middle aged men and women are being subjected to identity theft, especially if they have an impressive resume, investment and are not well connected like obc and other lower castes. So the book “balraj’ is a good read for anyone who is targetted for identity theft by the all powerful indian intelligence and security agencies, to find out the modus operandi they are likely to use .

Author : Manoj V Jain
Published in 2017
Publisher: Notion Press
Pages: 142

Review: Sheik’s Rescue by Ryshia Kennie 0

Sheik’s Rescue by Ryshia Kennie is the story of an international security agency Nassar headed by the Al Nassar brothers and its staff Jade van Everett, which has been selected to guard a Moroccon prince Sadiq el Eloua, related distantly to the royal family, who is visiting Wyoming for photography. The prince is not very wealthy, living off the life insurance which his parents left him. Though it was originally supposed to be a relatively simple assignment with code white indicating low risk levels , the Moroccon visitor is shot at by an unknown person soon after he reaches Wyoming, changing the status of the assignment to code red, danger requiring additional security levels from the security agency .

As the agent Jade tries to ensure that the area is secure, she finds that the prince has disappeared, in the van which she had hired to get him from the airport, Since the agency has no staff, and the assignment has changed to code red, one of the owners of the Nassar agency, Jafir Al Nassar joins her for the assignment. Using the positioning system of the vehicle and footsteps in snow, they manage to trace the moroccon prince who has gone out for photography, only to confined to room by a gun wielding ranch owner who accuses him of trespassing on his property. At around the same time, an explosion is reported at the house of the uncle of the moroccon prince.

Slowly the reason for the assasination attempt on the Moroccon prince who is nicknamed Stanley unfolds as Nassar agency runs a detailed search on Stanley and also gets some information on him. He tells them that he was given his nickname Stanley by his elder brother, who was very cruel, enjoyed bullying and causing great pain, and died at a fairly young age. This is something those with cruel elder siblings who cause great pain can relate to. He also says that his wealthy elderly uncle did not want to live in an old age home among strangers, so he was asked to live with the uncle who would make an annual allowance for him for the effort.

Nassar agency very systematically tries to trace the possible assassin, after getting some information that a foreigner was likely to be involved, tracking all the Moroccons who had come to Wyoming at around the same time, They also find out that the uncle has made Stanley the main beneficiary of his will and the likely suspect will be the person who would otherwise inherit the money. As Stanley disappears again, Jade and Jafir travel to Morocco in a private jet to solve the mystery of the death of the brother of Stanley and find out who exactly is responsible for the explosion and attempted assasination. The romance and attraction between Jade and Jafir is a side story.

The book is interesting as it provides an insight into the operation of security agencies, especially those which have international operations in Arabic countries, their relationship with law enforcement agencies, the firearms they handle and the kind of financial information they have access to which most people are not aware of. Like detective agencies, it appears that most security agencies are closely connected to government agencies and can get information about bank records and other financial data, quickly to find out the motive for a crime or any other action of a person who has hired them. Though they usually have a file on every person who they are guarding with background information, there is always something which is not listed in the file . As indian intelligence and security agencies enter the house of private citizens repeatedly, the trespassing laws are also relevant.

A book worth reading if a person wishes to find out how security agencies are operating, the kind of services they provide

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Sheik’s Rescue
Author : Ryshia Kennie
Harlequin Intrigue
Published : 2017
Pages :251

Review : Amazing legends of India by Swapna Rajput 0

“Amazing legends of India” by Swapna Rajput is a fairly comprehensive history book, covering many of the major characters in Indian mythology and history till the Sepoy mutiny in 1857 against the British.

Unlike most indian history books which mainly cover facts validated by historians, the book includes many of the mythological characters like Valmiki, Vishwamitra, Shakuntala, Savitri and focusses on individuals instead of the historical eras like the Indus valley civilization. The first historically validated king in the book is King Porus and most of the major kings like Chandragupta Maurya, Samrat Ashoka, Vikramaditya, SamudraGupta, Raja Bhoj, Prithviraj Chauhan, Hemu ,Maharana Pratap, Shivaji, Ranjit Singh in Indian history are described

Fairly detailed information is also provided of the Islamic rulers who conquered india starting with Qutub-ud-din-Aibak, who was a slave of Mohammed Ghori and started the first muslim sultanate. It also covers Allaudin Khilji, Razia Sultan, and Muhammad bin Tughlaq who was mentioned repeatedly in India after demonetization was announced. Most of the major Mughal rulers started from Babur to Aurangzeb are mentioned in some detail. Southern rulers like Adil Shah, Nizam, Qutub Shahi and Tipu Sultan are also described for reference

Since the author of the book studied in Karnataka, the book has more information about the historical characters from Karnataka and South India compared to most ICSE and CBSE history text books. The southern rulers like the Cholas, Pandyas, Chalukyas, Kakatiyas, Pallavas are mentioned. The Vijaynagar empire, Wodeyars of Mysore and the Kadamba dynasty which was based in Karnataka has also been described.

The book has provided a brief summary of the major characters in Indian history, however more details would be appreciated. For example Shivaji Maharaj is mentioned, however his son Sambhaji who was brutally murdered by Aurangzeb is not mentioned in great detail, how exactly he was trapped by the Mughals. This could be a shortcoming of the book, because the author has tried to cover a lot of information in relatively few words, which may be useful for those who are studying for a competitive exam, taking part in a quiz.

Some of the information is included in school history books. Like most of the self published books in India , the book should have been edited and proof read as this has adversely affected the readability of the book. For example on page 116, “To conclude , born to legendary lovers but most hated Islamic king of India, who was responsible for deteriorating kings of other religion as well as torturing the citizens to fill the treasure” Though this reviewer has been greatly criticized by google and other companies for mistakes, for a printed book, the author could have consulted a proof reader. With extremely limited opportunities for middle aged people in India, there are many who will proof read at a very low cost

The book is useful as a reference especially for those who do not use the internet or do not find the information online reliable. It is also recommended for those who have to answer the general knowledge section in entrance exams, exams for getting jobs and quizzes, and for getting a general overview of indian history.

Amazing legends of India
Author: Swapna Rajput
Pages : 199
Published : 2015
Publisher : Quills Ink , self published
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Review: Domina by L.S.Hilton 0

Domina by L.S Hilton is the second book in the series, and is a sequel to the first book Maestra. The novel is a racy thriller about a young English woman Judith Rashleigh whose mother was a poor cleaner. However Judith wanted to improve her life, and she learned how to use men to further her career and life. She initially works in reputed art house, yet she is forced to move to Italy under a new name Elisabeth Teerlinc, hoping to leave behind her rather murky past which includes murder and theft of a painting which was considered valuable. The main passion of Elisabeth Teerlinc is art, and she hopes to make a living selling art pieces at her gallery on behalf of relatively unknown artists .

However Judith Rashleigh/Elisabeth Teerlinc makes the mistake of using the same name for her art gallery in Venice as the name she used for her gallery in Paris, Gentileschi. Slowly her past catches up with her, as she is contacted by a russian oligarch Yermolov to assess the value of his collection of valuable paintings by some of the most reputed names in the world. However after she does not agree to the terms and conditions of the russian, not taking photos, and returns to Venice, she finds that her life has changed for the worse, adversely affecting her peace of mind.

She is subjected to “home intrusions” a technique allegedly perfected by KGB, the russian secret service of entering the house, when the person is away and moving things from their original place or stealing low value items. The intruder is aware of the fact that the break in is too minor for the victim to file a police complaint, however the home instrusion can cause a lot of mental stress. The estranged wife of Yermolov , Elena also meets Elisabeth teerlinc and as she wants a good deal from her husband after the divorce, she wants to get hold of some valuable paintings which Yermolov owns. Initially Elisabeth thinks that Yermolov is responsible for the home intrusions

Elena is looking for a painting by Caravaggio, an Italian artist of the sixteenth century. The remaining part of the book is the story of how Elisabeth teerlinc traces the painting and includes a generous dose of crime, sleaze and gore. It shows the hollow and fickle world of relationships in the rich elite social circles, Carlotta a friend is engaged to be married to Hermann, however when Hermann is sent to jail, she is quickly married the wealthy elderly Franz, who would support her lavish lifestyle. Many like Alvin who come close to discovering the murky past of Elisabeth Teerlinc are mercilessly killed by her, as she tried to cover up her past.

The book gives a glimpse of the murky world of art dealers, the demand for and trade of valuable paintings by the rich, and the dark side of human nature. The extremely wealthy are smart enough to diversify their investment as they are aware of the fact that when there is a war or any kind of disturbance, the value of currency will fall, and valuable paintings are considered a better investment in these conditions. Hence there is a some demand for skilled art dealers who can assess the value of paintings, especially older paintings accurately and detect whether a painting is original or not.

The book Domina is set in various countries in Europe like England, France, Italy, Monaco, provides detailed information about life in these countries and travel in Europe. It is a well written readable book, offering an insight into the life of ambitious young women in Europe with no scruples, the art market and the demand for rare paintings as an investment

Author : L.S.Hilton
Publisher: Zaffre Publishing, 2017
Pages: 403
Author review copy received from Bloomsbury Publishing as part of Goodreads giveaway