“Hospitals and courts : The 2 places where nobody goes willingly. This happened when I was on my way to a new city for work. It being a long journey, I fell sick and needed to be taken to a clinic. Unable to locate one, I and my colleague approached the nearest hospital and on […]
I won’t comment on how Modi Sarkar is faring. Won’t indulge in the Congress vs. BJP debate either. But being a regular passenger of the East-to-West-and-vice-versa route
An insight into the commendable work Sir Manoj Sinha has been doing to help consumers struggling with complaints related to telecom operators in getting their issues resolved . The classic example of things getting done the #Twitterati way..
Not every complaint in India goes like “My Jio sim is not working properly” or “Still waiting for my refund”. My dad is a tea merchant and often has queries regarding the invariably-wavering laws of the Tea Board of India. My friend’s uncle is an exporter of merchandise and sometimes faces unnecessary delays in obtaining […]
“India has 1,26,66,377 child laborers i.e 1 child in every 11 children in India is working. 4 out of 10 women in India still have no say in their marriage, 8 out of 10 need permission to visit a doctor, 6 out of 10 practice some form of head covering, and the average Indian household gives […]
Filling up a grievance form, waiting days and weeks for a proper response and finally diving into the same old realisation that there’s nobody hearing just does not seem to be the norm anymore. […]
A country of 1,336,642,281 resident Indians – 1866 registered Political Parties- 75 Portfolio ministers, 1 Prime Minister.
Ya, that’s the count. And among these 75, how many do you hear listening to all that you are saying? ..
We have SpeakUp. SpeakUp has users. The Users have stories!
Below is a compilation of small anecdotes where we were of help to consumers and how they reacted to us 🙂
“In my village, internet is a privilege for the wealthy. We farmers have cell phones only for the purpose of calling. I didn’t know what Twitter is…
With Nayak releasing in 2001,every Indian’s dream of good governance was realized into a view-able form and everyone wanted a Hero for a politician – young, dashing,efficient and ridiculously good at fighting!