Category Archives: Politics

Ask the Alumnus Employees

Why its that no company refer their alumnus employees to the person who are seeking job? All companies want to know almost everything about the people who are applying for job. In fact they carry background checks. But once you are in, you experience politics, this and that which spoils your work and mind.

This 2013 was really turbulent for me. A deal with two companies turned sour. I found internal stuff to be unbearable and all were hidden between some bureaucratic stuff and stupid certification. One company even told developers to fill in time sheets! They could not differentiate between mechanical content development, their main business and coding.

I have learned one thing. If you seek contract or job from any company don’t believe the company. The company may show growth, optimistic forecast, a great technical team. But remember all are shrouded in a cloak you can’t see. If you get in expecting a decent work place you will be fooled.

To know about a company, goto  facebook or linked in, seek the company employees, better people who had worked there, message them and know about it. Ask the H.R why particular employee went out even though the company claims to be THE HEAVEN for work. With the H.R’s statement, cross reference with the employees weather the H.R did a diplomatic talk or a true stuff.

And one thing, don’t walk into a place expecting big buck raise. Salary is one thing, if you are talented you will be hired, so don’t worry about it, look for a good work place. Unfortunately no company has a open policy to let their employees to talk about the internal stuff in the external world. Employees had to quit to do so. That sucks, that ain’t democracy, that ain’t freedom.

Letting out secret is one thing, but criticizing about work culture in public domain must be allowed and bosses should be able to take on negative tweets against them in a sportive manner. Wonder when the people having power and money will change? Will they or there must brew a revolution?


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Why Tambaram East Railway Station is Badly Lit?

I just left the train at Tambaram railway station and went to its East end, it was at night and my God. Just after I had stepped off the bridge, the place was gloom dark and I could not see people who were walking before and against me clearly. The place is bloody badly lit.

In the morning I was there to board a train and hence the place was registered in my mind. I know a place where it steps down, so I proceeded with caution, just a second after I cleared that place I heard a sound “oops” from some one who had almost fell down. There are short poles placed in close proximity at its entrance to prevent vehicle entry. These poles do not have smooth ends, they are three feet tall and made of iron, and in it I saw one banging his knee at night.  That guy was a old man and he had to tend his aching leg to proceed further.

I wonder what the heck is going on? Just because people in railways , possibly the ministers and blah blah want to have a big house, go to trips abroad, have kilograms of gold even on the concubines and make sure that their successive generations must live in material filled rich world, they are ignoring the masses. Making some one stumble down a step, injuring an old mans knee.

This is just the one place I saw. Who knows in which railway stations what stupid things happen because of stupid politicians and administrators who are disconnected from people. I wish they die with extreme pain. Their children one day become beggars and compete with stray dogs for food in the dustbin.

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Posted by on September 21, 2013 in Personal, Politics


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Chinese must try to overthrow Red Families

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Though China’s growth is impressive, the corruption among its Communist party is too much. Since its not democratic, the people really don’t know whats happening. China is fast becoming like India in corruption and is far worst than India in promoting freedom of expression and openness. This is truly hampering the progress of a good nation.

Industries in China pop up ignoring the destruction caused to environment. People who work there are treated like robots and slave and their human value is ignored. China is one of the worst policed states on this planet, administration deploys spies and harasses people who cry out for freedom.

China had a cultural revolution, though many mistakes were made in it, it achieved its goal of overthrowing a monarchy, but just like India, which achieve freedom (from the English savages who killed innocent people here,) — there by shifting corruption from the white to dark skinned people, in China corruption has shifted from monarchy’s families to Communist Red Families. Thats it.

Chinese have always outperformed India and many Asian countries, they are intelligent, and have potential. Possibly if Chinese transfer to democracy, or better to dynamic democracy, then the meaningless territorial ambitions and human rights abuses that have put China in a shameful position will reverse and make it truly respectable nation.

My wishes to freedom seekers across the border.


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Posted by on August 24, 2013 in Politics


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Only a open mind can survive an open world

Bradley Manning is in prison, Assange is in a prison, but Briton does not t say that it has restricted him. The world is certainly becoming more open, uncensored and brave, yet there are heck a lot of people who does not want it to be that way and they are doing all they can to clampdown on free people, but unfortunately for them that simply won’t work. Now none believes that western nations are a free society, India is a true democracy where bribes are illegal and blah blah….

People must decide for them self where they want to put them self, a open world where you are free enough to ignore stuff (if you wish so) and prove you case your own way ,or a walled garden where people who love censoring and want to hear things they want to hear and be stagnant. This applies to leaders, corporates, countries, families and individuals.

The problem is most people don’t see and acknowledge something coming, but thankfully non stupids are winning over the close minded stupids, and that’s great. Soon there will be a world only open and free minds can survive well and thrive, but it does not mean the old school people will vanish like a turning off a light bulb.


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Rajnath must work to remove Sanskrit from Tamilian Temples

I kinda agree with Rajnath Singh (BJP leader) when he said English is a non-sense and it has ruined Sanskrit, an language spoken in ancient India. Yes Sanskrit is an Indian identity (or is it) and we have lost it. But Mr,. Rajnath why don’t you give out a statement that in temples across Tamilnadu where the mantram is told in Sanskrit, it must be replaced by Tamil (the language of the Tamils). in which way English is superior to Sanskrit and in which way Sanskrit is superior to Tamil?

This bloody Sanskrit guys and people who speak for it simply ignore the damages that bloody language has done to beautiful Tamil. Hindi which is an ugly language derived from Sanskrit is our national language just because most people speak it. Then if India goes by numbers crow but not the peacock should be national bird, rats not tiger should be our national animal.

Our Tamilian demands are simple. Our language which has the origins since Indus valley is the oldest language spoken in the Indus valley civilization and was here far ahead of Sanskrit. So Tamil is the true national language of India. Then why don;’t Tamil people get access to their God in their own language? Is it not a sin by Sanskrit people? Why should such a language and people who love it survive?

So Mr. Rajnath, you know which is the true national identity of India. So what you want? Vote bank politics so that you get the vote of Sanskrit and its derived language Hindi voters? Or truth politics where you can fight for Tamil and possibly loose your battle? Decide for yourself.


Posted by on July 20, 2013 in Personal, Philosophy, Politics, Tamil


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The Divde and Conquer Technique

The Divde on Conquer Technique

One of the most effective techniques devised!

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Posted by on July 17, 2013 in Politics, Uncategorized


We simply don’t know!


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Indian politicians runaway from RTI

Its an excellent move by India to bring political parties under the Right to Information (RTI) act. After all political parties claim that they are clean and transparent and serve people. The funny thing is, even the parties that claim that they are morally superior are apposing this move towards transparency.

On one side they say that transparency is needed, yet they don’t want their parties to be accountable to people. This act by politicians clearly shows their double standards, or in other words clearly proves that they are liars. Why should one be afraid of transparency when one is honest. We are not asking with which actress you slept with this week, all we are saying is you parties are there to serve public so be transparent to public and furnish the information that the nation asks from you.

I am quiet sure that the move to bring political parties under RTI will fail. Even if it succeeds, people who tried to get information will be harassed and possibly killed. Many RTI activists are killed in India every year, and almost none of their murder mysteries are solved! No wonder.

We the people should learn to ignore politicians and try to build a parallel system to challenge them.

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Posted by on June 5, 2013 in Politics


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Googles Opinion about Jayalalitha

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Hellish ride to home

A politicians convoy is so huge in India, and security is so tight that miles of road gets blocked.

April 30, 8PM, I was waiting in my office @ Nandanam, not for completing a piece of work, but for the traffic to subside. My home is about 20 Km from office. I started to home exactly at eight, hoping to reach it by 8:45 PM, or at the worst 9. Pinch of hunger has already started to tickle my stomach and I feel like rushing.

The traffic at Nandanam and Saidapet was rarefied, so I was quickly able to reach near Guindy racecourse and the problem stated, the traffic before and near Phoenix mall moved so slowly, for some reason it took 20 minutes to cross the signal.

It must have been a sporadic incident I thought. Since its may 1st the next day, shoppers not knowing how to spend their wealth must be crowding the luxury stores of Velacherry I thought. Then the bombshell exploded, I was waiting for nearly 45 minutes at Vijayanagar signal in Velacherry, wondering what was going on. One of my discoveries was the buses of software companies that are supposed to take the OMR route came to Velacherry some how, something must have happened to OMR I thought.

Next was the Medavakkam junction, there another huge wait awaited me. As I saw trafic from Shollinganallur was pouring into Medavakkam. I could confirm that something really happened to OMR. But when I reached home at 10 PM and checked the news, nothing could be found out, neither could I find anything on twitter. It was really confusing. There was almost no way that every one decides to crowd Medavakkam to Velacherry just by their free will! Its an impossible thing.

Then on May 1, about 11:30 Am , talking to my friend, I found that this Mad Jayalitha, the Chief Minister of Tamilnadu had some affair in that region, and hence traffic was blocked for her convoy. WHAT? WHAT, WHAt, WHAT? Is she my servant or I am hers? Does she want to serve people, or the other way around?

It would be nice if politicians had their own city. They can block traffic there, put their party flag on vehicles and drive like crazy mad on the road endangering life’s, honking and switching lanes in  way that would cause accidents and blah blah. Why on earth, those who are incompatible to a citizen / commoner want to life amongst us? Its just crazy. just imagine what will happen if an ambulance / fire-engine had to take that route at that time?

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Posted by on May 2, 2013 in Personal, Politics

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