Flipkart?? or…. Tripkart! ….An update.

Some of you must have read my last blog Flipkart?? or…. Tripkart!. Here is an update of what followed next. So- the day I posted my blog i.e. on 24th, Puneet recieved a call from Flipkart customer service saying that the money would get refunded. However, they do not have the ordered GAS slippers. When asked…

Flipkart?? or…. Tripkart!

Ohh these out-of-the-world experiences that we (Indian consumers) face from these out-of-the-world brands! Simply Amazing! Personally, I love to shop online. I mean what is easier than just sitting at your desk and deciding what you want and then having it delivered to your doorsteps within a week. Sometimes, within a day!! However, sometimes you…

Indian Harassment Service: Naukri.com

Naukri.com (www.naukri.com) is such a pathetic service provider. I am appalled at their incompetence. Its been more than 17 hours and instead of getting a reply to my email (below) addressed to their Service Head. I am getting reminders that my service has been started and I should send my resume. This is pure HARRASMENT!…

Method in Madness

‘There is a method in madness’- that’s what they say. But somehow- the current situation of traffic in Delhi makes me think differently. I almost had a run-over yesterday. And ya ya.. it was scary and everything. It made me jump out of my seat with goosebumps on my skin. And it made me see…

The web of life…

“What goes around… comes around” …this saying rules my life. I know that when I do something mean… it always comes back to me… in one way or another. Sometimes, even if I wonder on how can a person live in a certain way- god makes me put on that person’s shoes so that I…

Eve-teasing: WHY?

As I stepped out of my office today to buy some snacks to munch while working (yes! i love those high-calorie ones!)- there was a ‘gang’ of not-so-educated fellows standing next to my office building. The moment they saw me- the catcalls began… I know I should be used to such scenarios and probably just…

Condition of Rural Poor in India

As quoted by Sébastien-Roch Nicholas de Chamfort, Maximes, ‘Society comprises of two classes:  those who have more food than appetite, and those who have more appetite than food’.   Even though India is a fast growing developing economy, a BRIC nation, it is estimated that approximately 40% of its population is below the international poverty…