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Force India seeks to find Indian motorsport talent through new academy programme

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Kriszta - Unregistered

February 23, 2012 3:42 PM

I've ceemontmd here before that a marginally functioning anarchy is the best way to describe rule of law in India. The saga begins at the airport with customs officers looking to swindle tired passengers. IMO, routine policing would be better if there was a strict manual for cops that they must follow. And there should also be a monitoring authority that acts on reports of violations of duties by cops. The cops and not your driver should be the ones chasing the errant car which ran into yours. Unfortunately, to get things done requires a bribe. As you are well-connected, you should have recorded a video, and sent it over to folks in leadership positions.BTW, an RTI (Right to Information Act) activist by the name of Satish Shetty was brutally murdered in broad daylight earlier this year. He had exposed land grabbing scams worth thousands of crores of rupees. He had received several death threats. The cops didn't offer protection to him despite his making multiple requests. So here you

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