Review : The Mother I never knew 0
With powerful fraud NTRO officials openly taking sex, career promotion bribes to steal the impressive resume of their btech 1993 EE classmate, a obc single woman engineer, for lazy greedy goan sex bribe givers half their age, housewives and other cheaters to get their sex bribe giving, cheater girlfriends lucrative R&AW/CBI jobs, premarital and extra marital sex in India has become far more prevalent today compared to a few decades ago. The stories “The Mother I never knew” are two stories of different individuals Venkatesh and Mukesh who find out that their families have a hidden secret.
Venkatesh is a bank manager in Bengaluru who is posted in Hubli, and finds that a large number of people are mistaking him for someone else. After doing some research he finds that his father, who died some time ago, was married before he married his mother, and had abandoned his first wife after a misunderstanding. The first wife of his father was now living in poverty, while venkatesh was fairly wealthy.
In another story, Mukesh is working in London, and his parents are settled in Bengaluru owning a garment export business. After the death of his father, his brother in law, finds out that he and his sister are not biologically related. His mother tells him and he was adopted from a sardarni who could not take care of him. He spends a lot of time to trace the sardarni, visiting amritsar.
When he finds the sardarni, she tells him the true story of his birth, that he was the illegimate son of young woman as a result of an affair with a history student. His real mother is now married to a powerful cabinet minister and her other sons are often in trouble with the law. he realizes that a persons values depend on the family that has bought him up, not the biological parent and does not try to trace his father.
In both the stories the protagonist do the right thing and help the person who has got an unfair deal. However in the cruel criminal indian sector only frauds and cheaters flourish, protected and rewarded allegedly by criminal tata, google, officials.
Even this review shameless fraud section 420 ntro, cbi, R&AW, tata, google officials will falsely claim was written by the fraud cbi/R&AW employees lazy greedy goan gsb frauds housewife lead thief riddhi nayak who looks like kangana ranaut , fraud goan gsb diploma holder slut siddhi mandrekar who commited corporate espionage , goan obc bhandari slut slim bsc sunaina who offers SEX BRIBES to these shameless top officials in India, bengaluru shivalli brahmin cheater housewife bbm nayanshree hathwar, indore housewife veena, semiliterate housewife naina, blackmailer ruchika, stock broker asmita patel and others when these lazy greedy frauds do no work at all to justify the wastage of INDIAN TAX PAYER MONEY on these google,tata sponsored frauds paying them a salary.
The bengaluru R&AW employee shivalli brahmin housewife cheater bbm nayanshree hathwar has looted the domain investor, obc engineer of more than Rs 1.1 lakh, and has been rewarded for her section 420 fraud on the obc engineer allegedly with a lucrative job in R&AW, falsely claiming that she has the resume of the obc engineer she looted including the Btech 1993 EE degree and owns the domain names, related Paypal account, when she and others do not spend a single paisa on the domain names . bengaluru cybercrime refused to register the complaint against the brahmin cheater nayanshree allegedly because tata, google are protecting and rewarding the section 420 cheater nayanshree.
If any R&AW, CBI, NTRO, IB officials can help the obc engineer recover the money looted by the bengaluru brahmin cheater nayanshree and end the impersonation fraud of these R&AW/CBI employees it will be appreciated
Only in stories good triumphs, in real life in India the shameless fraud intelligence and security agencies, tata,google ensure that lazy greedy mediocre inexperienced frauds like the goan gsb frauds cbi employee housewife riddhi nayak,crooked diploma holder siddhi mandrekar, goan obc bhandari SEX BRIBE GIVER slut bsc sunaina who sleeps with powerful fraud men, brahmin fraud bbm nayanshree hathwar, housewife veena and other crooks are rewarded with top jobs, faking a btech 1993 EE degree from a top college, investment, ownership of websites (including this one).
When will anyone in cbi, r&AW, ntro have the honesty and humanity to acknowledge the real domain investor, instead of wasting tax payer money to make fake claims that fraud SEX BRIBE giving, housewife, cheater cbi/R&AW employees own this and other websites where the news of their sex,cheating fraud has been posted.
The Mother I never knew
Author : Sudha Murthy
Publisher : Penguin
Published in 2014
Magic tricks by James Lion Tubro 0
Unlike most of the books reviewed in this blog, this book is not famous, but is nevertheless a good read because it explains scientifically how many of the magic tricks performed by magicians can be replicated by a layman. This is especially important while working online, as identity theft is becoming increasingly common, and the gangs behind identity theft and online scams have perfected the art of creating illusions ,spreading rumours to ruin reputations by putting their targets under surveillance and using their knowlege of human psychology.
Magicians use a combination of accessories, a very good understanding of physics, chemistry and biology (especially human physiology) . For each trick , a short description is provided ,followed by an explanation of how it is performed. For many tricks,usually involving cards some amount of practice is needed before it can be performed convincingly before an audience.
Others like the holy water trick, use different types of chemicals.A black colour drink contains ferrous sulphate, chebulic myrobalan and water. The magician will tell the audience that he will convert the drink into holy water magically. He will pour it into another empty glass (which contains citric acid invisible to the audience) and the liquid will turn colorless. The audience will think it is magic, but actually the color change is because of the chemical reaction.
In real life too, from a distance, it is easy to create an illusion and have people believe in it, but only on close examination, can a person find out what the truth is.
by James Lion Tubro
Publisher: Sahni Publications
Pages : 184
Review : What Young India Wants by Chetan Bhagat 0
The non fiction book “What Young India Wants” is a collection of essays on different topics. Some of the essays are very generic, but some highlight issues which are not featured in the mainstream media. One is how young India wants to be spoonfed , and does not value hard work. This has been my personal experience with many “young” and often mediocre freelancers, who want everything to be taught to them,and are unwilling to spend any time and money to experiment and learn the hard way.
In another essay “Sparks” is how the spark in a person is killed by unfairness and frustration.To quote “Unfairness – this is hardest to deal with , but unfortunately this is how our country works. People with connections, rich dads, beautiful faces, pedigree, find it easier to make it – not just in Bollywood, but everywhere.” This explains why some industries attract talent and grow rapidly, while others do not. The engineering industry is comparatively fair, as it acknowledges talent and hardwork, an experienced engineer is valued. In any industry, the industry leaders should decide, do they only those connected to them/good looking persons to grow or is merit more important?
“Where’s my Nobel Prize?” talks about why India doesn’t excel on the world stage consistently. Unlike the US where talent is respected, seen as something to be emulated, in India talent is not valued. To quote “a talented person’s stature is below that of someone with connections, hereditary entitlement, pedigree or even experience” The reason could be the traditional caste system in India, which still makes its presence felt even in urban India or how individuals with “genuine talent or merit are criticized because it elevates them above their peers” . As he correctly points out a society where well connected individuals do better than people with ability results in a lot of talent being unused, a waste of national resources, and frustration in people. Most large companies in India are family owned where connections matter, but there are a few professionally managed companies , where talent is also a consideration.
What Young India Wants
Author : Chetan Bhagat
Publisher : Rupa Publications Pvt. Ltd