Archive for February 27, 2016

Social conditioning forces educated girls to do laundry, wasting talent

Though the mainstream media in India may claim that the status of women has improved in India, the harsh reality remains that women have far less freedom today than compared to a few decades ago, and the unemployment levels among women have increased, especially for those who are not well connected or good looking or fashionable. Instead of education and being financially independent, increasingly in Indian society, for women, the emphasis is on getting married, having children and keeping the house and clothes spotlessly clean. So if their daughters are not good housekeepers , not interested in doing housework , keeping the house, clothes spotlessly clean , both men and women face social censure and it may adversely affect the marriage prospects of a girl or woman and indirectly the status of her family.

With surveillance technology becoming widespread and economical it is increasingly cost effective to spy on people in their homes without their permission. If a young woman or girl is not interested in doing the laundry for clothes and other household chores, quickly the neighbours and others will know about it and gossip about it affecting the social status of the family at times. In some cases, the father of the girl may not scold his daughter directly, however he will tell his wife, the mother of the daughter that she has not trained her daughter properly in doing the household chores.The mother will be upset when taunted in this manner and tell the daughter and other children that their father is shouting at her for not training the daughter and force the girl to help in household chores especially doing the laundry.

Though many households have washing machines, just putting the clothes in the washing machine with the best detergent available will not be enough to make the clothes spotlessly clean for many extremely dirty clothes. Many clothes especially underclothes, have to be scrubbed properly before being put in the washing machine to be washed. It requires some additional effort and time to be spent in applying a detergent soap to the clothes, and then scrubbing the soiled clothes. After the clothes are washed, the mother will also insist that the daughter help her in putting out the laundry to dry and finds out the different types of fabrics, cleaning detergents, fabric whiteners, starches which are essentially for cleaning clothes.

The mother will usually insist that the daughter will learn the process of cleaning the clothes well, while the brother of the girl will be free to enjoy himself, playing games with his friends, on the computer, watching television or generally enjoying himself. When the brother finds that his mother and father are insisting that his sister help in household chores, while he does not have to spend his time doing the work, he will think that it is the duty of a girl to do household work, especially cleaning clothes, utensils. When the brother grows up and gets married, he will expect his wife to look after the household chores, and when he has children, the attitude towards household work especially doing the laundry will be passed on to his children.

I am joining the Ariel #ShareTheLoad campaign at BlogAdda and blogging about the prejudice related to household chores being passed on to the next generation.

Underestimating an ugly woman business owner resulted in failed business takeover

A company will try to takeover a smaller company in the same industry sector only if they are fairly confident that they will succeed in a fairly short period of time, usually three or four years. However in the indian internet sector, a fairly well known company launched a hostile takeover and failed after nearly 6 years, mainly because their ceo or top management misjudged the owner of the business, a woman on the basis of her appearance and clothes. Because the online business owner was middle aged, wearing a salwar kameez, not slim, not fashionable, not wearing cosmetics,not goodlooking, the top management misjudged her as a fool and it turned out to be an expensive mistake.

In the indian internet sector most of the top officials and company executives judge the competence of women are judged mainly on the basis of her appearance, weight, height, hairstyle, fashion, verbal communication skills. The online business owner was a fairly large and growing customer of a domain registrar and the management of registrar underestimated her based on her appearance, thought that they could get extremely good terms or deal, if they managed to force her to agree to a hostile takeover or strategic alliance. They though that because she was simple and wearing a salwar kameez, she was a fool, who could be easily exploited.

In the last decade, due to call centres, more indian women are wearing western clothes and those who prefer to wear indian clothes are labelled as incompetent, especially in the tech sector, denied information and opportunities. The change is most noticeable in the tech sector and the online business owner had worked in the engineering sector where women are expected to be more conservative. The domain registrar and other corporates used extremely negative tactics to harass the small business owner, falsely accusing her without any proof, of having black money, money laundering and being a security threat.

The officials of the domain registrar often denied her information which she required, which caused great losses to her. Due to the fake allegations, the life of the small business owner has become hell, and her payment from multiple customers are being blocked repeatedly, her correspondence diverted and stolen, denied her fundamental rights. The management of the domain registrar has made it obvious that they treat her as a second class citizen,denying information, misusing her name, rewarding anyone who will cheat her with a lucrative R&AW/CBI job falsely claiming that the mediocre inexperienced good looking fraud has the impressive resume of small business owner. Bengaluru shivalli brahmin fraudster housewife nayanshreehathwar, goan gsb frauds riddhi nayak, siddhi mandrekar, goan obc bhandari sex bribe giver bsc sunaina are some mediocre lazy greedy frauds who have been rewarded for cheating, harassment.

The female business owner had worked in India’s largest engineering company for many years, and is aware that corporates in India are generally more ethical, value their customers. So instead of enduring the exploitation, defamation, cheating of the ntro officials, and the domain registrar, she decided to reduce her exposure to the registrar hoping to end the defamation, exploitation and cheating. So she has worked with other domain registrars who treat their customers more ethically. The retirement savings of the single woman had also been stolen by officials without a court order or legally valid reason to blackmail her.

Now as the sales to the traumatized female business owner have reduced, the extremely powerful management of the registrar realizes that a hostile takeover could adversely affect their reputation as she is dealing with a large number of companies at present, unlike earlier. They have also wasted a lot of time and energy in trying to takeover the business for the last 6 years, lost a loyal customer. If the management of the company had not been prejudiced against ugly short salwar kameez clad women, dismissing them as fools, they would have not wasted so much time trying to takeover a business to acquire talent and technology cheaply.

Unfortunately most Indian men judge women professionally based on their appearance and clothes as the Nihar Naturals #IAmCapable survey conducted by Nielsen India reveals:

a. 69% of men agree that their judgement of women is based on their looks.

b. 64% of women agree that the judgments passed on them have affected their ability to reach their true potential.

c. 70%of women agree that majority of judgments on women are from family members or friends rather than strangers.

d. 72% of women agree that working women face more judgments on their looks or their clothes than housewives.

“I’m breaking stereotypes based on appearance by sharing my experience for the #IAmCapable activity at BlogAdda in association with Nihar Naturals.”

NTRO officials involved in sex, cheating, impersonation scandal

NTRO officials are given great powers, with indian intelligence agencies like R&AW/CBI blindly believing their claims, yet these officials are betraying the trust which organizations have in them, when they are stealing the resume of their btech 1993 EE classmate, a single woman engineer, for at least 8-9 lazy greedy fraud sex bribe givers, housewives and cheaters, to get all these frauds lucrative R&AW/CBI jobs with fake resumes.

If these NTRO officials hate their engineering college classmate, the ethical thing to do would be to say that there is no connection at all. However these ntro officials are cunning section 420 frauds, falsely claiming to know their engineering college classmate very well, to steal her impressive resume for at least 8-9 lazy greedy inexperienced mediocre fraud sex bribe givers, housewives and other cheaters who are at present working in R&AW/CBI.

Now that their lazy greedy fraud girlfriends have got lucrative R&AW/CBI jobs, these powerful ntro officials cannot afford to have their great impersonation, sex bribe fraud exposed, so these ntro officials are wasting a huge amount of indian tax payer money to monitor their btech 1993 EE classmate closely online and offline. In reality it is case of bullying of a classmate, however to justify the wastage of indian tax payer money, these cunning powerful ntro officials are making complete fake allegations of black money, money laundering, security threat, without any proof at all, against their harmless engineering college classmate for more than 5 years.

It is time that ntro develop better systems so that their officials do not abuse their powers for personal gain or hatred, and to steal the impressive resume of their classmate who they hate.

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