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View Poll Results: Is corruption a common practice among telugu
Yes 13 50.00%
No 6 23.08%
May be 2 7.69%
Can't say 5 19.23%
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Old January 13th, 2009, 09:29 AM
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Re: Is corruption a common practice among Telugus ?

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Bhai log,

baahar jaane kee kya jaroorat hai?
Eedhar EC pe bahut saare Gulti log hai.

Chalo sab Gulti annas, bataa do imaandaari se kaun keetna sareef hai?

Lets start with Ramesh, Babu, 2gud, Sane, ....
who else?
Thanks for adding me to a respectable list... but you are mistaken, galti se... on multiple counts. I am not from Tele... err... Andhra. And secondly, I had faked everything... yaar, I am from LLKC, just KG passed. Everything else I have is faked. Had to fake my primary school certificate to get into seconday (High School, they say. Had taken a ladder to get in, but they would not let me... wanted paper). Faked High School certificate to get into college. Faked college certificate to get job. Faked experience certificates (I had 20 years experience within a year out of college... you see, had to match the number of years failed in school/college) to get here.
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Old January 13th, 2009, 09:37 AM
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Thanks for adding me to a respectable list... but you are mistaken, gulti se... on multiple counts. I am not from Tele... err... Andhra. And secondly, I had faked everything...
there...........

Now you are a certified Gult.
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there...........

Now you are a certified Gult.


As mentioned earlier by me, corruption is not telegu only... corruption everywhere. Fake certificates can be obtained from all over India.
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the question is did your father have 22 Lakhs or did he borrow or move money to show you had 22 Lakhs. If he did not have 22 Lakhs bank balance, there is no difference btw you and your roomie.
yeah dude my dad did have X lakhs in his bank account and thats what i showed in my document... not 22 lakhs though (that was just an example )...
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As mentioned earlier by me, corruption is not telegu only... corruption everywhere. Fake certificates can be obtained from all over India.
in late 80s when rajeev gandhi intorduced IT in education on an extensive level.certificates of BSc IT and BCA were sold by dawood gang in mumbai...with mumbai university cert..that time people from all communities ,religion ,region bought them and got jobs abroad..especially in gulf
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Re: Is corruption a common practice among Telugus ?

Back in my college days, some companies (Larsen & Toubro, for one) didn't want to hire anyone with Bangalore Uni. certificate, because of the corruption there.
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