Red School Aggrieved PDIs Invited

•February 26, 2010 • Leave a Comment

I would like to invite those would-be ADIs who have a negative experience with Red School’s Instructor College.  Dissatisfied and frustrated by the way they are dealing with me after they have got my money, I am prompted to vent my fury and warn others who may be thinking of joining Red School to become ADIs. No doubt, there are those with success stories but here we are concerned with the majority of those who have fallen prey to their huge media campaign with false, half-true and misleading claims. This school is not only unethical and unscrupulous but have no conscience at all. They are merely preying on the victims of recession by targeting them with their publicity full of misrepresentations.

What they don’t tell you is that after taking your money the handle will be in their hands and the blade in yours. You will have no bargaining power because their contract is so tight. They  get away with murder.  It is incumbent upon us to let others know the ground reality so they don’t fall into the trap and regret later.  I would appreciate if dis-enchanted PDIs with similar experience could either email me at gmnnetwork@gmail.com or add their experience on this blog so we can get a picture about how many people are mislead by their media advertisements and commercials. I am sure you would like to warn or alert others against this rapacious school.

Bride Dumping in India

•February 10, 2010 • Leave a Comment

Shiv Satchit writes “Bride dumping in India and bridegroom dumping in the UK, US, Canada and many other countries have emerged as one of the social ills of society which is warranting the attention of immigration officials in these countries.”

I would like to draw your attention as to one such initiative to find a panacea and how to stop it. REPORT

ON SEMINAR ON “NRIs ABANDONED BRIDES- A CHALLENGE TO MEET”
ORGANISED IN ASSOCIATION WITH FACULTY OF LAWS, PANJAB
UNIVERSITY CHANDIGARH, FEBRUARY 13, 2007

REPORT ON SEMINAR ON “NRIs ABANDONED BRIDES- A CHALLENGE TO MEET”ORGANISED IN ASSOCIATION WITH FACULTY OF LAWS, PANJABUNIVERSITY CHANDIGARH, FEBRUARY 13, 2007

A number of members of the audience comprising of academics, lawyers, teachers, aggrieved spouses, researchers, law students and public spirited individuals raised a variety of questions in an interactive question answer session to conclude the seminar. On the basis of different view points, perspectives, suggestions and discussions, the following possible solutions emerged from the said one day seminar. They are as follows:

AWARENESS PROGRAMMES, NEW NRI LEGISLATION, REGISTRATION OF NRI MARRIAGES, INTERNATIONAL CONVENTIONS AND BILATERAL TREATIES, AMENDMENT OF EXISTING LEGISLATIONS, CONCILIATION AND LEGAL ASSISTANCE SCHEMES, INFORMATION DISCLOSURE BY FOREIGN AUTHORITIES, AMENDMENT OF INDIAN LAW OF MAINTENANCE , CREATION OF FAMILY COURTS and ADDITION OF BREAKDOWN AS A GROUND FOR NRI DIVORCES.

We would like to invite your views or experience as how far have the authorities been successful in stemming such malpractices which tantamount to criminal offences, let alone an immoral act. If you are involved in or associated to this issue which is still rampant please let us have your contribution to shed some light on this serious matter which is heaping ignominy upon Indians. This I believe has to stop.

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•February 10, 2010 • 1 Comment

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