"The world is what it is; men who are nothing, who allow themselves to become nothing, have no place in it." ― V.S. Naipaul, A Bend in the River
Delhi also have : www.DelhiEvents.com now. ; - ) Cheers, Rohit
Hi Zafar,I totally agree with you. This scenario is true of Bangalore also. There are pockets of glaring prosperity, glitzy malls and swanky apartments jutting out from potholed, congested roads and middle class and slum like housing. Basically, thanks to the IT boom, the disparities have increased.a few people get paid in foreign currency terms while others like teachers, bankers, doctors, public sector employees, earn far less though they need high levels of education and training and provide highly skilled services.
Thanks Rohit. Interesting listing there.
Hi MoniThanks for the comments, and totally agree with what you have described here about the disparities in earnings. I am sure you have seen it all from close quarters as you live in Bangalore.And het, welcome to the world of blogging. Great!
It's not just Delhi or Bangalore, but a country wide phenomenan. In fact, I'd say Delhi ain't that progressive as Hyderabad for that matter, where construction and real estate is in boom and you see many new IT campuses being set up. People getting more salaries is also due to the booming economy we are witnessing - and the work outsourced to India has a good pie of share for good salaries. Buying cars: that's also because of easily availability of loans apart from the rize is salaries in recent times. But has Delhi's crime rate decreased? Has it now become a safe place for women?
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