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Old December 18th, 2013, 06:54 AM
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Re: Devyani Khobragade incident: What's your take?

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Actually, there are. There is even a minimum wage, believe it or not. Nobody follows it, thats a different situation
ya?! That's a news to me. Wonder how much the minimum wage is.
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Not quite sure. But I think there are laws. They are casually flouted. They are not enforced. I know there are laws regulating child labour.
I know there are laws and minimum wage concept for daily labors but I didnt know there is one for domestic help.
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I was just joking. Who know if she was even strip searched. She may as well be lying. As far as handcuffing is concerned, I have full reason to believe that she must not have cooperated with the arrest and must have thrown her weight around, forcing cops to handcuff her and take her in.

Being in babu family , she is used to people grovelling at her feet but not here buddy, this is US. Everyone is treated equal except lawyer, then you can get away with anything.....

She fucking deserves it ........ Bloody Indians......

Here are her quotes.......

' Dr Khobragade told close friends.

Aware of the negative comments posted about her on social media, Dr Khobragade told one friend, 'Now the attacks are moving to my personal integrity and I am beginning to fall apart.'

Foreign Secretary Sujatha Singh and other senior Indian diplomats have rallied behind Dr Khobragade and are in receipt of her e-mail where she said, she wrote.

Fucking bitch , that's how rest of the world lives............. You were cheap but still wanted a full time nanny ? What a jerk ? Bhangi Bai Biotch
See I don't buy this thanks giving sale, going in subway and stuff like that. If she was being conservative when it comes to money, she wouldn't have hired full time live-in help along with a full time nanny.
as for taking subway...its quicker than driving and hence she takes it, like every other millionaire in NY.
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Re: Devyani Khobragade incident: What's your take?

Dirty has lost it.. being a typical internet troll assuming things and making sweeping remarks.. even lusting.

and now Rakhi is supporting him.. in character assassination.. what a shame.

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Re: Devyani Khobragade incident: What's your take?

I just asked Prabhu Wikipada for thoughts on Devyani. He said that his thoughts might get deleted soon.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Devyani_Khobragade

He says,

Sangeeta Richard, an Indian national, was hired by Devyani Khobragade in November 2012 as a nanny and domestic servant. Sangeeta left Khobragade's employment in June 2013 and hired an American immigration attorney to investigate the alleged visa fraud. Khobragade pursued the matter with the Delhi High Court, which issued an interim injunction against Sangeeta, preventing her from taking legal action outside the Indian judiciary. The Metropolitan Magistrate of the South District Court in New Delhi then issued an arrest warrant for Sangeeta and requested that the US government locate her.

http://ibnlive.in.com/news/devyani-k.../440161-3.html

Kuch toh lafda hai.

But then again, the maid is most likely a mallu. I would never hire mallu maids. They have lot of varied demands.
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Kuch toh lafda hai.
Very good research, Sir ji.

I'll revise my theories later. Maybe I was shooting in the dark.

Hmm ... a maid pursuing legal action due to personal enmity? This is not the typical maid I had in mind.
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Re: Devyani Khobragade incident: What's your take?

I wont be surprised if the maid was underpaid with full knowledge of the lady IFS officer. To disrespect, exploit & take undue advantage of our own tribe is genetic trait whatever be the designation or diplomatic status of the individual. Exceptions be barred.
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Very good research, Sir ji.

I'll revise my theories later. Maybe I was shooting in the dark.

Hmm ... a maid pursuing legal action due to personal enmity? This is not the typical maid I had in mind.

No Maid pursuing legal action because she was not paid what is the law. Unlike India , here you need to follow law. You can drive in India without a drivers license, here you need license. Driving without a license is serious offense.
You cannot lie on any document you give to the government. Even Clinton made a statement that he did not have sex with the women , with definition of sex ambiguous.

It is very simple. You need to follow the law...... Law is same for rich and poor. No one gets special treatment. Micheal Jackson was also arrested . so was Mel Gibson and Bill Gates .......Who the fuck is Khobragade......and yes she is hot for 39..... I would love to date her and seduce her..... Even though she is a Bhangi.... ( I did not start this )

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Re: Devyani Khobragade incident: What's your take?

Can mods move this thread to Crown while the topic is still hot? (and the AAP thread and Extra Marital Thread).

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Re: Devyani Khobragade incident: What's your take?

Would all the pseudo patriots stand up and raise their hand and bother to shout and get their unmentionables in assorted kinds of knots and that too painstakingly if the object of discussion was tun tun instead of khub ragade.. somebody.. anybody.. No.. ok how about preeti ganguly.. somebody anybody? No..

Hence proved

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Old December 18th, 2013, 08:25 AM
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Would all the pseudo patriots stand up and raise their hand and bother to shout and get their unmentionables in assorted kinds of knots and that too painstakingly if the object of discussion was tun tun instead of khub ragade.. somebody.. anybody.. No.. ok how about preeti ganguly.. somebody anybody? No..

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You made me image.google for Preeti ganguly. Please don't play such mean jokes again.
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Re: Devyani Khobragade incident: What's your take?

Someone on TV mentioned Raymond Davis ji and alluded to Uncle Sam's imperialistic overreach and double standards. This was the man who murdered a couple of Pakistanis. He should have served a jail term for murder or manslaughter or whatever. But the US got him out, using any and all means. US didn't want him to serve out his jail term.

Those lofty thoughts about upholding the rule of law, as US diplomats like to preach to everyone else, were put in abeyance.

Anyway, international diplomacy ... at least part of it is a jungle law based on might is right.
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I know there are laws and minimum wage concept for daily labors but I didnt know there is one for domestic help.
I don't know for sure either. See, I kinda assumed there would be laws that would be covering this. We have laws for every conceivable thing. We're a noble country, aren't we?
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and now Rakhi is supporting him.. in character assassination.. what a shame.
Character assassination. Its a big term. I really dont see how I have assassinated her character when I say its common for people to take subway or buy groceries at costco.

I honestly feel this is being blown out of proportions. Yes, it was indeed shameful on the police's part for strip search etc without proper protocols. Yes, I feel she deserves an apology and more (though, it is not going to be enough for the trauma she was put through for a visa fraud).My sympathies with the lady and her family.
What i dont get is, why are the charges laid against her being over shadowed? Being a diplomat and in a very high position, one is expected to live by the standards. Are the investigations even being made if the charges are real?

I was looking at news and people are saying "we should strip their diplomats here in India"....how low can we fall?
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But the US got him out, using any and all means..

Sure throw in a few mil to a pol, and sneek him out.. valid enough and fair enough.. but that is not circumventing the rule of the land that is absconding or fleeing or helping one flee or abscond.

Imagine the scene your brother comes into my house, murders my pet. He, if caught and tried will be tied to our favorite neem tree and beaten up.. you meanwhile will do all you can to get him out of my grab.

Now that does not mean my brother can come into your house and beat up your neice and that will be fair an square..

Not a valid argument at all. And CIA uses local hit men, criminals and such for their purposes and entirely illegaly. Does that mean USA should NOT evacuate the personal should he be exposed/or about to be tried?

Tumhare mein dum hai.. land a bloody plane secretly anywhere in USA soil an escort your personal from USA to avoid an arrest and strip search or face it. Failing that find a tun tun or someone like that for that post not a hot glamorous chick.
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Character assassination. Its a big term. I really dont see how I have assassinated her character when I say its common for people to take subway or buy groceries at costco.

I honestly feel this is being blown out of proportions. Yes, it was indeed shameful on the police's part for strip search etc without proper protocols. Yes, I feel she deserves an apology and more (though, it is not going to be enough for the trauma she was put through for a visa fraud).My sympathies with the lady and her family.
What i dont get is, why are the charges laid against her being over shadowed? Being a diplomat and in a very high position, one is expected to live by the standards. Are the investigations even being made if the charges are real?

I was looking at news and people are saying "we should strip their diplomats here in India"....how low can we fall?
Dirty is calling her names (even bringing her caste into picture.. calling her bhangi, bitch, what not ) just because he may be American citizen and his hate for anything India is quite apparent.. pretty much same with you. .. this holier than thou and know it all attitude.

Without knowing the least about an official you both are commenting on her personal things, shopping, etc.. She is allowed a domestic help with special visa, so why shouldn't she? Like I said there are lots of things in play some of which I learnt watching the TV debates.

You have a tendency to read things in the wrong manner.. you even started a thread on it I recall.
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Character assassination. Its a big term. I really dont see how I have assassinated her character when I say its common for people to take subway or buy groceries at costco.

I honestly feel this is being blown out of proportions. Yes, it was indeed shameful on the police's part for strip search etc without proper protocols. Yes, I feel she deserves an apology and more (though, it is not going to be enough for the trauma she was put through for a visa fraud).My sympathies with the lady and her family.
What i dont get is, why are the charges laid against her being over shadowed? Being a diplomat and in a very high position, one is expected to live by the standards. Are the investigations even being made if the charges are real?

I was looking at news and people are saying "we should strip their diplomats here in India"....how low can we fall?
There is no character assasination. Again typical Indian Mentality. I just siad she is hot and I would like to strip search her. That speaks for my mentality not the girl's . I never said she is sleeping around. She maybe a devoted mother and wife but that still gives me freedom to call her MILF ( Mom I love to Fuck ). So that is my terrible character. But again as per Indian mentality , people will immediately blame the women.

As far as strip/ cavity search, i doubt that happened. Indians aare smart people they make up stories to apeal to human nature. As far as my experiance is concerned ( I have never been arrested ) but I have flown millions of times , and being consultant I am a frequent flyer, as long as you comply you are okay. I am sure she must have resisted and tried to tell them hey don't fuck around with me and here in USA , if you are angry, you can kill someone with a gun. So they must have searched her for weapons.
Now, some blogs are even justifying the maid's salary. Saying 30,000 rupees a month is a big amount. But assholes you are not living in INdia. So you better fucking follow US rules. It is $6/hr and every hour counts. You can convert that into Nigerian currency by all means but here you pay what needs to be paid or dont fucking hire a maid.
If they provided visa to maid and her husband then , they did right thing because they were victims of human trafficking.

Slavery is abolished from this conutry and anything closely realted to that is looked at very seriously.

They don't care who you are - look at this ... A fucking Saudi princess... and who do you think Bhangangade is ????



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