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Old January 10th, 2009, 08:11 AM
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Re: Is corruption a common practice among telugu ?

The thread is screwed up because it focusses on corruption and thanx char pa and abhi for taking a'pro gult' stand here (or rather an anti non sense stand) .

But coming to businesses in Hyderabad, it is a bad news. Satyam was the largest business by a gult, and others like Nagarjuna are also in similar waters. GTB was a failure earlier. So, only ones who have not screwed up so far are GVK/GMR
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Re: Is corruption a common practice among telugu ?

The only corruption I see in this thread is the corruption in Innovativeboy's grammar. Arey bhaiya, telegu is a language and a language cannot practise corruption. Yeah, people speaking telegu can corrupt the language, just like you corrupted english in the title of this thread.

Coming to the gist of the topic, I agree... corruption is a common practice amongst Andhraites... same as corruption is a common practice amongst Kashmiris, Punjabis, Haryanvis, HPiites, Delhiites, Uttaranchalans (or however you call them), Bhaiyas (UPaites, Biharis, MPiites), Rajasthanis, Gujjus, Diuans and Damaniites, Bengalis, Assamis, Arunachalis, Nagas, Manipurans (aren't there a few more states in the east?), Orissans, Maharashtrians, Goans, Madrasis (Kannadigas, Tamilians, Malayalees, Pondis) (if I missed any, please add them).
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corruption is greed manifested ... I dont see anyone who can be singled out ... greed is universal ...
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Re: Is corruption a common practice among Telugus ?

I'm not saying about corruption but this is something I have commonly observed while doing my masters here...

all telugu students I knew had fudged their documents in one way or the other... My gult roomie used to make certificates and bank statements for himself and his friends... He had the bank letterhead, stamp papers, he would print "Mr. XYZ, father of Mr. ABC has 22 Lakhs in his bank account and blah blah blah"... This document is generally required by the university when one's I-20 is getting over/ when applying to a university... Me and my Dad had to run from pillar to post to acquire REAL documents for me in Bangalore...
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I'm not saying about corruption but this is something I have commonly observed while doing my masters here...

all telugu students I knew had fudged their documents in one way or the other... My gult roomie used to make certificates and bank statements for himself and his friends... He had the bank letterhead, stamp papers, he would print "Mr. XYZ, father of Mr. ABC has 22 Lakhs in his bank account and blah blah blah"... This document is generally required by the university when one's I-20 is getting over/ when applying to a university... Me and my Dad had to run from pillar to post to acquire REAL documents for me in Bangalore...
that was the same for my other friends as well who were not from AP? So cant generalize the risk-takers ...
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that was the same for my other friends as well who were not from AP? So cant generalize the risk-takers ...
as my advisor used to say: the corrupts think they will never be caught, the honest knows he will be caught sometime or the other, and the one's in the middle are the one's who are made the scape-goats for the former ...
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as my advisor used to say: the corrupts think they will never be caught, the honest knows he will be caught sometime or the other, and the one's in the middle are the one's who are made the scape-goats for the former ...
Ramalinga Raju, I think has been made a scape-goat for someone higher up in the food chain ...
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I know this thread start big fight and all the telugu member will jump on me. But If i could have said "South Indian" instead of telugu might have cause more fire. I am not coming to any conclusion but just starting a topic now lets have debate and come to conclusion.

Some of the Big fraud done by telugu recently

1)Satyam - the whole family involved in this fraud.
related firm are-
Maytas Properties, Maytas Infrastructure, Satyam BPO, Nipuna Services, Knowledge Dynamics, Nitor Global Solutions, Ca Satyam ASP and Satyam Venture Engineering Services.

2)Nagarjuna Finance Ltd fraud

3)Charminar Bank/Krushi bank fraud

4)Most of the telugu fake their degree, experience certificate and job profile if you have lived in Hyderabad this is common there.

5)90% telugu in USA manage to get here by corruption, how they function in US is known to every one here.
That's probably because the rest of the communities are too dumb to come up with financial fraud....except for Gujjus (who lead the pack).

The blockheads of north india still pursue pickpocketing/kidnapping as a career!
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5)90% telugu in USA manage to get here by corruption, how they function in US is known to every one here.
What is the difference btw you and Ramalinga Raju, he faked numbers and even you are doing the same. Do you have data to prove your numbers? When you talk don't pull numbers from your a$$. Don't make up numbers just make your point. I think the whole point of this this thread is to bash Telugu people. I think it is unfair. In every society we have greedy people.

How will you feel if an American after reading what is happening in Satyam startes a discussion thread "Is corruption a common practice among Indians ?" will you not be offended? I will.
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I'm not saying about corruption but this is something I have commonly observed while doing my masters here...

all telugu students I knew had fudged their documents in one way or the other... My gult roomie used to make certificates and bank statements for himself and his friends... He had the bank letterhead, stamp papers, he would print "Mr. XYZ, father of Mr. ABC has 22 Lakhs in his bank account and blah blah blah"... This document is generally required by the university when one's I-20 is getting over/ when applying to a university... Me and my Dad had to run from pillar to post to acquire REAL documents for me in Bangalore...
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.
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What is the difference btw you and Ramalinga Raju, he faked numbers and even you are doing the same. Do you have data to prove your numbers? When you talk don't pull numbers from your a$$. Don't make up numbers just make your point. I think the whole point of this this thread is to bash Telugu people. I think it is unfair. In every society we have greedy people.

How will you feel if an American after reading what is happening in Satyam startes a discussion thread "Is corruption a common practice among Indians ?" will you not be offended? I will.
Like when we say Muslim terrorist lots of people and try to defend muslim, I am not saying all the muslim and terrorist but yes 90% are muslim.

Now coming back no one is saying all the AP guys are corrupt but tell me the one guy who made it to USA or any where did not fake it with degree/Exp certificate /bank detail or with the recomondation letter.

when I meet one I will write it.
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I agree innocent boy, Telugus are corrupt to the hilt and they don't deserve a right to live. I would say bomb, no nuke, the whole of andhra pradesh. Oh, wait that is not going to help as that would also affect the honest neighboring states of maharastra, orissa, karnataka, TN and also nearby ultra honest states of bihar, UP, west bengal and so on. Also nuke, those folks who give employment to the andhra folks.
I second this noble and honest thought...
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Like when we say Muslim terrorist lots of people and try to defend muslim, I am not saying all the muslim and terrorist but yes 90% are muslim.

Now coming back no one is saying all the AP guys are corrupt but tell me the one guy who made it to USA or any where did not fake it with degree/Exp certificate /bank detail or with the recomondation letter.

when I meet one I will write it.


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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?
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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?
Bhai log, let me make it clear. there is no such thing as fake degree holders from AP.
As far as i know in 1996 Chandra babu naidu sharing the database of all engineer and MCA graduates of Andhra Pradesh with US embassy in chennai. There is no such thing as fake degrees anymore atleast from AP.
now u might have heard about such things but that was before 1996, and if u have heard anything after that then that might be from universities in maharashatra, gujurat and UP or from elsewhere but not AP :
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