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October 09, 2006

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Amit Singh

Hey Vikram

Your apartment problems may have been atypical. I was wondering if you still face these infrastructure issues. When I lived in Mumbai before coming to states, my shower, gas, electricity - all worked non-stop. Its possible that your landlord did a poor job of maintaining the apartment and mis-characterised its pros/cons. Ethics is something most Indians don't even understand; its still a while before they have the resolve to stand by it.

Amit

Ashutosh

Hi Vikram,

I returned to India (Delhi) 3 months back after spending 11 yrs in US. Even I am trying to figure out life in India which seems to be contrasting in so many ways.

Anyways, stay positive..get a canoe or something so you can get to work when Mumbai is flooded next time :)

keep writing..it's good stuff!

Ashutosh

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I visited this blog first time and found it very interesting and informative.. Keep up the good work thanks..

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I think the Progress of India is a great thing, India becomes a HI-Tech manufacture for the world, this boom will bring the new times to our world. Good luck with your adjustment to a new places.

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r to coincide with the date I completed my six month anniversary in India. However, I was in an exceptionally dark mood at the time and deemed it unwise to put my vitriolic thoughts into the written word. My giddy romance with India ended like a deflating balloon a

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er to coincide with the date I completed my six month anniversary in India. However, I was in an exceptionally dark mood at the time and deemed it unwise to put my vitriolic thoughts into the written word. My giddy romance with India ended like a deflatin

Prashant

Hey..got inspired by your writing. Have been writing on moving to India after 12 years: Delhi Ledger - Blog for moving and relocating to India http://www.delhiledger.com
Thanks for your sincere post!

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one of our employees recently returned to india and from what we hear its a totally different way of living than here in the uk.

the pay for example is a lot less. i expect my best worker back any day now ;-)

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Such a good example for me as a student.

Elize

Adjusting to a new environment is always a difficult phase. You need to get used to the kind of lifestyle people practice in India if you want to survive - and by that I mean taking in the culture, the food, the surroundings, and their way of life.

But human nature is always adaptive to whichever environment he belongs so I believe you will get the hang of it in no time. You just need an open mind and positive attitude. Goodluck!

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Great post, Great blog with great informational content. This is a really interesting and informative post while we are thinking about moving to India!!

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