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Mangaluru: Suratkal man resigns job in Australia to cast vote for PM Modi


Daijiworld Media Network - Mangaluru (SP)

Mangaluru, Apr 15: A person from Kulai near Suratkal, working as screening officer at Sydney Airport, has left his job to be able to return to his native place in time to cast his vote. He took a decision to kick his job away as the airport officials in Australia rejected his application for leave till April 18 in order to be able to participate in the election.

The man who took this extraordinary step happens to be Sudhindra Hebbar (41) from Kulai near here. He had applied for leave to participate in the election but was granted leave only from April 5 to 12. His request for extension of leave till April 18 was not upheld by the concern. It said that it cannot entertain his request as the period coincides with heavy rush of passengers at the airport on account of Easter and Ramzan festivals.

Sudhindra, a diehard fan of Prime Minister, Narendra Modi, did not want to waste his vote as he feels that every vote counts to make Modi Prime Minister again. He therefore resigned from his job and took a flight to here.

Sudhindra has married an Australian citizen and holds permanent residency card there. In 2014 too he had come here for casting his vote. He had travelled back to Australia after exercising his franchise on April 17 that year, via Bengaluru. Hebbar says that he wants to stay here till May 23, when results would be declared, after which he would return to Australia and search for a new job there.

Hebbar says that he feels proud to be hearing at the airport from passengers from various nooks and corners of the world that India has a bright future. He says that he could not serve the country as a soldier and therefore feels that he can at least cast his vote and do his bit for the country.

Comment on this article

  • NN, NN

    Tue, Apr 16 2019

    Clear cut case of "Confused Desi" Never seen Desi like this !!!! Even if my wife running for election, I will not quit my job just for casting vote. He must be craving for cheap publicity.

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  • Arun Suratkal, Suratkal

    Tue, Apr 16 2019

    lage raho munna bhai

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  • Harold Dcunha, Mangalore, India.

    Tue, Apr 16 2019

    This is a clear cut case of lies. Definitely he has lost his job and now want cheap publicity. First of all, to get a job in Air port department is not at all easy. This mindset clearly shows, his commitment to the Company and definitely he has been terminated from the service.

    Leaders can fool through mass media due to money power, but common man cannot do the same.

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  • ABC, doha

    Tue, Apr 16 2019

    HEY MAN.....THIS ELECTION IS TO VOTE FOR THE MP AND NOT FOR UR PM...
    CHOOSE THE BEST MP......

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  • sneha, mangalore

    Thu, Apr 18 2019

    so according to you all states CM and MLA's will select the PM ! Uneducated...

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  • darrel, mangalore

    Tue, Apr 16 2019

    happy to get publicity whether good or bad but recession is coming in developed countries, every month business shut down or reduce staff and cost cutting going on,Toyota closed last production plant in Australia, he might be the first to lose job , but a long queue is waiting behind him.

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  • Dossee, MANGALORE

    Tue, Apr 16 2019

    Like the value of valuables are found only to the person who understands the value of the person. All other countries value our PM but few light hearted hate our PM. This is not good for the haters, bcoz good wants only good and bad wants only bad. If u ask any small kid u will understand who is good. So if a guy quits job and wants to vote its his decision. No point in assumptions. All has freedom of vote.

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  • Sunny, Melbourne

    Tue, Apr 16 2019

    Hi guys, to work in airport as a screening officer must have a Australian citizenship. Which means that he doesn't have a voting rights in India. He must be a trolley man in the airport.

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  • nazeer husain, kuwait

    Tue, Apr 16 2019

    Supporting modi means supporting an idealogy of fascism. If someone is sacrifying his well paid job just for this reason means a dangerous to the society.

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  • John V., Mangalore

    Tue, Apr 16 2019

    Who knows if he had well paid job or a temporary one or his contract was coming to an end and no chance of renewal or he may have had some important thing to do in India than casting his vote to Modi? Who knows if he is telling the truth that he is coming to cast his vote ? Who knows if he wanted some publicity that he is coming all the way from Australia to India just to cast his vote? Who knows......... forget it yaar.

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  • Eminef, Mangalore

    Tue, Apr 16 2019

    Good looking guy though, unlike other feku chowikdhars

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  • Indian, Dubai

    Tue, Apr 16 2019

    May be he is terminated or he is coming to collect 15 lakhs as promised

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  • Shabeer Puttur, Abu Dhabi

    Mon, Apr 15 2019

    he is tying to be a shine.. 100 % he lost his job because of his attitude like a blind Bhakth.

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  • Vishu, Mangalore

    Mon, Apr 15 2019

    First think of your bread and butter on the table. Job is more important than your any party congress or bjp. Unless you come from a rich family.

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  • Derick D'Souza, M'lore/Dubai

    Mon, Apr 15 2019

    But I don't think nalin kumar pumpwell win this time🤔

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  • Alexander, Bangalore/USA

    Mon, Apr 15 2019

    He must lost his Job and trying to survive(without paying tax) , Just waiting to find a reason to come back to India and looking for some job(if he gets )

    This is the right time for these kind of lost mind humans, he will get some perks by working in the election rallies- I think that is only he can do. He think he will be a celebrity by posing picture in the news channel But sure he is useless guy.

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  • Ness, Mlore

    Mon, Apr 15 2019

    After cmg home he understands his name is not in voters list. Fate of Mandhbudhi bhakts

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  • SN, MANGALORE

    Mon, Apr 15 2019

    We do not know the story! if he really resigned for voting it is like Mr. Modi promises.

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  • Rajesh, Mangalore

    Mon, Apr 15 2019

    How he will get voting right he should stay more than six month in native place. 100% sure for him terminated company.

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  • Charles D'Mello, Pangala

    Mon, Apr 15 2019

    it is not a great thing, in Australia he can get another job as he is a permanent resident.

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  • DON, Udupi

    Mon, Apr 15 2019

    Modi supporter making in Australia.

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Mumbai

    Mon, Apr 15 2019

    I think he wants to abandon his Wife ...

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  • Mangalorean, MANGALURU

    Mon, Apr 15 2019

    He knows very well that Mangaloreans can be fooled easily by fake stories.

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  • Rehna, Mangalore

    Mon, Apr 15 2019

    He must have lost his job in Australia. In order to hide cooks up the story of voting.Another chor Chowkidar.

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  • Suryakant, Mangalore

    Mon, Apr 15 2019

    Rehna...One person from gulf booked ticket to favour mithun rai...but his ticket cancelled unknowingly. Nor he can attend easter nor he vote for congress. Bure din chal raha hai congress ka...aanewala peeche ja raha hai...sab kismat ka khela hai...kya bolthi tu rehna...!!

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  • Don Moras, Mangalore

    Mon, Apr 15 2019

    He already arrived to vote and celebrate Easter

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  • Cynthia, Kirem

    Mon, Apr 15 2019

    Joyston has already has arrived few days before

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  • Cynthia, Kirem

    Mon, Apr 15 2019

    Surya (basappa) hey aap kya bole? Joystons ticket got cancelled because he disclosed his details of ticket in a video which has gone viral. He went to the extent of publicity and stunt. But he is in Bangalore

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  • Rational thinker, MANGALURU

    Mon, Apr 15 2019

    Guys, don't get fooled and carried away by such stories.
    Nobody knows the truth.

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  • Michael, muscat

    Mon, Apr 15 2019

    Normally the company will oblige whenever a loyal employee request for the leave on emergency/with some reason but whereas here i think the company do not want him.
    So they made him to resign and go.

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  • Hindustani, Mangalore

    Mon, Apr 15 2019

    More interested in the "Chowkidar"Job.

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  • Willie Menda, Bangalore

    Mon, Apr 15 2019

    He must be still waiting for 'Achche Din' looking at the sky

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  • D’Souza, Mangalore

    Mon, Apr 15 2019

    What he was doing in Australia in the first place if he was so supportive of his favourite political party?

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  • Vinay, Mangaluru

    Mon, Apr 15 2019

    If casting vote was his main goal, he could have taken a short leave at the time of April 18th

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  • Rajesh, Mulki

    Mon, Apr 15 2019

    He is lucky to be based in a country where there are plenty of jobs and he is coming to vote for someone under whom India has acheived highest unemployment record for the last 45 years...My friend if you have so much bhakti why don't you settle down here or at least help the millions of desperate graduates looking for job . Australia has developed because it embraces multi religion and multi ethnicity ,while our politicians are busy creating a divide between communities...Is this what you learnt by staying in Australia.? It is funny to see when many of Indians live a comfortable life in beautiful Western countries but don't want the same pluralism in their own countries...

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  • Henry Mascarenhas, Greenville, NC, USA

    Mon, Apr 15 2019

    You could not have said it better, thank you!

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  • Anonymous Democratic Citizen, Mangalore

    Mon, Apr 15 2019

    He must have been Fired from his Job. He may even have lost his wife's support to which he must've been kicked out of Australia.

    His knowledge about the Real Indian crisis is out dated.

    Weird that he specifically is coming to vote for Modi. Because I thought our MP for BJP is not Modi its Nalin. Modi is contesting in Varansi man.

    How naive can this guy be? Our country's Democracy and me salutes this guy for excersing his right for the most powerful decision for our country.

    However, following a crass Ideology that the current government follows to divide this nation I feel the need to save this Democracy and I would request him not to vote. Its hurtful that we are being hurt as a nation by this government to please .01% of our population.

    Yours truly,

    Anonymous Democratic Citizen

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  • Cynthia, Kirem

    Mon, Apr 15 2019

    Very good comment.. He is working in Australia. He has love towards Australian lady... Everything foreign made he wants...That much love towards voting why this man didn't marry a simple mangalorean Hindu girl? He wanted citizenship right? Still he doesn't want to stay back and enjoy the governing of a person whom he is going to vote for? He still wants to go back. What a ugly mentality... Shee

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  • Salam Bava, Mangalore

    Mon, Apr 15 2019

    no worries ,getting a suitable job in Australia is not difficult!

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  • Rudolf Rodrigues, Mumbai

    Mon, Apr 15 2019

    He should be financially well off, hence he can afford such publicity stunt!!

    What is stopping him from settling in India if he is so patriotic?

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  • Deva, Pilar

    Mon, Apr 15 2019

    Magic of 15 lacs

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  • Jiyo our Jeenedo, Karkala & Mangalore

    Mon, Apr 15 2019

    Must have thought "why to work in other country when he can fool & make easy money by joining worlds richest political party".

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  • MRK Manalore, Mangalore

    Mon, Apr 15 2019

    " ದೆಂಜಿ ಲ ಇಜ್ಜಿ, ದೆಂಜಿಗ್ ಪಾಡಿನ ಕೈ ಲಾ ಇಜ್ಜಿ "

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  • R.Bhandarkar, Mangaluru

    Mon, Apr 15 2019

    There is at least ONE who is will willing to give up his job and come to vote for Modiji....
    Can any one say the same about Rahul? Jhootaa hee sahi??
    Have you heard chants of Rahul Rahul ..anywhere? It's 'Modi Modi' every time even in Rahul's presence and some here go on ranting nonsense forming a 'cozy agree club' among themselves failing or not wanting to accept the reality outside. C'mon ..Be Mature...Accept the stark reality...
    There's no one willing to vote Rahul even if he promises them Rs 72,000 a year free...Not from his pocket of course...but from our pocket...

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  • Jennifer, Mangalore

    Mon, Apr 15 2019

    Hello ??? Aren't you reading ? He has not given up job, he has permanent residence in Australia - he can get a job any time. He did not throw the PR away and come back for good. He will go back, he will not sell Pakodas here. his love for Modiji, shows in that.

    Rahul Gandhi did not ask for votes blackmailing Indians over religion. In 2014, Modi said that Hinduism is in danger. If Congress comes to power again, entire nation will be converted to Christianity. This is apart from 'Black Money', Achche Din, 15L, 'Make in India' and all other promises. You frogs in the well believed him and voted for him. Please prove that the number of Hindus was declining in 2014 and it increased in last five years !

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  • Gangaram, Moodbidri

    Mon, Apr 15 2019

    nana ee jana illal kullud ganji chutni unod ijinda INDIRA CANTEEN e gathi.......

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  • Alwyn, Canada

    Mon, Apr 15 2019

    Bhandarkar the job is a minimum wage job. If he had good paying job he will not be showing love for anybody not.evan own family members of losing or leaving the job. Such jobs are anyone get with little education in western countries. So nothing much is high about this or this man left that job tired of screening so many people at the security belt.

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  • Rohan karkera, Mangaluru

    Mon, Apr 15 2019

    I think you did not read the news properly! It's clearly mentioned he's an Australian citizen.

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  • alwyn, canada

    Tue, Apr 16 2019

    Rohan, Who cares whatever citizen he may be. If he love his country of his citizenship then live in that place why simbly make drama of voting another countries prime minister. RSS will not pay him anything to support politicians, other than kaki uniform and danda to hold. Best is live a peaceful life without worrying these bullying politicians., they will win and lose but common man has to live a peaceful life without supporting ideological politicians. I donot support neither congress or bjp. there are no good political parties with clear agenda of inclusiveness of its citizens to respect.

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  • Nicholas, CANADA

    Tue, Apr 16 2019

    R Bhandakar,
    He has come to India to vote to Modi bcoz if Modi becomes PM then 1 Aus $ will be equal to 100 rupees & in 5 years it may also be 500 rupees/compete with Indonesian rupaiah & his friends/relatives will be unemployed,so this guy can spend lavishly when he visits India & showoff

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  • Vijay, Mangalore

    Mon, Apr 15 2019

    He has secured himself before resignation... He has Perm. Residence.if he can't support himself he would be eligible for benefits under Australian law. He has every right to cast his vote, and he should, but I feel as a supporter of The BJP, why has he married a foreigner... He should know that Foreigners are evil and may corrupt him... Sarcasm101.

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  • Jennifer, Mangalore

    Mon, Apr 15 2019

    I wonder if 'Shuddhi' was conducted when he came back to India on his person. Just as it was demanded Shuddhi of temples when Priyanka/RG visited them.

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  • Awyn, Canada

    Mon, Apr 15 2019

    This man in the picture lives in Australia why?. If you love India so much work ike mother Theresa serve the poor rather showing off in this forum all the way travelled from Australia to India to vote for Modi. Be really rather like this.

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  • Sampath, Mlore/ Blore

    Mon, Apr 15 2019

    Damn sure Reality 100 % is different…..

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  • rd, DAKSHINA KANNADA

    Mon, Apr 15 2019

    good job buddy.You will good job here to sell pakodas.

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  • aravind, mangaluru

    Mon, Apr 15 2019

    YES SURELY,,,, DAKSHINA KANNADA,,,,IS NOW ONE OF THE RICHEST PAKODA VENDOR IN MANGALORE ,,,,

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  • Valerian DSouza, Udupi/Mumbai

    Mon, Apr 15 2019

    Great fan of PM Modi. Every one has right to appreciate a person of his choice.
    Really surprised, being so particular, to follow his own heart's desires, he should have worked for the political party, in contrast, how has he opted for job abroad and married a foreigner!

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  • John V., Mangalore

    Mon, Apr 15 2019

    He is married to an Australian citizen, who could be an Indian origin with Australian citizen.

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  • myna, Mysuru

    Mon, Apr 15 2019

    Resigning because every vote counts to make Modi the PM again is a clear indication of the desperation of his blind bhakts. Message is loud and clear on the wall - EXIT is imminent post election results.

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  • Savi Moras, Mangalore

    Mon, Apr 15 2019

    For his better future he wants Australia and others Pakodas.. Better he also sells pakodas in India... atleast his vote for Modi is then justified.,

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  • Rakesh, Bangalore

    Mon, Apr 15 2019

    This is all nataka...
    he is married to Australian Citizen so he will get another job easily...
    What a paid PR ...
    lols...

    If I had done this My dad would throw chappal n hit me left n right for the foolishness...

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  • Dr MICHAEL GONSALVES, MANGALORE

    Mon, Apr 15 2019

    Rakesh , Bangalore

    Very clear. last sentence very responsible..

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  • Alphonse Rodrigues, Udupi

    Mon, Apr 15 2019

    However he will not stay in India for his Ache Din.
    Sudhindra Hebbar knows his Ache din are in Australia.

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  • gm, Mlur

    Mon, Apr 15 2019

    Ghar Vapsi bhi karna padega.

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  • Leo dsouza, Surathkal

    Mon, Apr 15 2019

    On line voting is available
    If he really wants to vote without
    Loosing job

    This is jumla like modi

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  • Vijay, Mangalore

    Mon, Apr 15 2019

    Only registration currently... No right to vote online

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  • Af,,, Mangalore

    Mon, Apr 15 2019

    This is called pure ANDH BAKTHS, let me go and beg a job with Nalin kumar , then he will releasize his mistake in life, Chowkidhaar jobs are vacant every where,

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  • Jennifer, Mangalore

    Mon, Apr 15 2019

    If he was in bonded contract like that happens in the Gulf, I am sure he would not have left his job. Just because of his PR and capability to look for another job, he came to vote.

    Ask how many Gulf-employees left their job to vote for Modi ? Certainly, NONE !

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  • Subhash Chandra, Mangalore UAE

    Mon, Apr 15 2019

    His leader can't even get a jobs for thousands of jobless youths in India, yet this guy comes all the way down from Australia and goes to back to find another job . If he's so Patriotic & die hard fan of modi why can't he request him to get a job by sharing his story. Man of the year.

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  • Pandit, udupi

    Mon, Apr 15 2019

    Well its amazing NRI's who choose to leave the country for economic opportunities have so much interest in politics back home.... And they really dont have a grasp of reality ....

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  • ANU, dubai

    Mon, Apr 15 2019

    No problems. Pakodas are in demand here. So he can earn good income by making pakoda business here than going again to Australia. Second option is to join BSF at our border to protect our country.

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  • shabeer Ahmed, Mangalore

    Mon, Apr 15 2019

    One more added jobless due to MODI

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  • Jessica, Mangolore

    Mon, Apr 15 2019

    He should stay in india & see hw easy to get a job here as many degree holders wander to get a decent job to maintain livelihood. It may be easy to get a job in Australia as he has a PR there.No wonder, he will go back
    If he is real Deshapremi then stay back & work hard

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  • Chowkidar Shankar, Mangaluru

    Mon, Apr 15 2019

    Now, it is a borderless globe. Indian degrees help you to secure a job in any part of the world. It doesn't mean that if you have degree from India, you will have to work in India.
    Today's youth search for opportunities and make best use of the available options.

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  • gm, Mlur

    Mon, Apr 15 2019

    Exactly Chowkidhar Shanker, Because of the great institutions and importance given for the education by congress gov't (last 70 years) our education is recognized upto a certain limit.

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  • Jennifer, Mangalore

    Mon, Apr 15 2019

    Bang on.. gm... fitting reply to the thugs who ask what Congress did in 70 years since independence.

    Upon that, people educated in India (in the institutions established decades back) are (1) working abroad (2) take pride in voting for Modi (3) and question 'What Congress did in 70 years'

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  • Heri Fernandes, Mangalore/UK

    Mon, Apr 15 2019

    'Indian Degrees get you a job anywhere in the world'... that must be one of the brightest comments I have ever heard... You justify your title very well!

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  • David Pais, Mangalore

    Mon, Apr 15 2019

    any indian masters degrees in india is not getting good jobs in australia

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  • nitin, kodagu

    Mon, Apr 15 2019

    he must have been sacked by the company. fake drama he started

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  • gm, Mlur

    Mon, Apr 15 2019

    Just check whether he can vote or no in India or just election gimmick.

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  • Praveen, Mlore

    Mon, Apr 15 2019

    He is a permanent residence card hold holder of Australia

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  • Ronald, Mangalore

    Mon, Apr 15 2019

    Why he is not considering living and working in India permanently?

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  • j.anata, Mangaluru / Bengaluru

    Mon, Apr 15 2019

    Actually it is astonishing that lakhs of jobs generated in last two years in service sector and from delivery based employers like Swiggy, Amazon, Flipkart, Zomato, Myntra, and service providers like Uber and Ola is not being reported in Job Creation portals under Govt of India. Young people are making good monies in these companies

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  • gm, mlur

    Mon, Apr 15 2019

    In that case Sudhindra can stay here in India with his family and look after for a job.

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  • Sunil Pinto, Dubai

    Mon, Apr 15 2019

    Many of those are part time jobs and company does not give full work benefits. Therefore cannot be counted as full employment.

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  • Anil, Bangalore/Brahmavar

    Mon, Apr 15 2019

    All these companies started much before 2014
    Amazon - February 2012
    Ola- December 2010
    Flipkart- October 2007
    Swiggy- August 2014
    Zomato - 2008

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  • shuba, Mumbai

    Mon, Apr 15 2019

    Easy got easy spent

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  • Modi Bhakt, Gujarat

    Wed, Apr 17 2019

    Abki baar modi sarkar! #bjpforthewin

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  • Thinker, Mlor

    Mon, Apr 15 2019

    To understand the consequences he need to stay in india only and then i hope he realizes

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  • Nn, Mangalore

    Mon, Apr 15 2019

    True👍👍

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  • RonRon, Udupi

    Mon, Apr 15 2019

    You will repent my dear .... very soon

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  • Anonymous Democratic Citizen, Mangalore

    Mon, Apr 15 2019

    Unfortunately he'll be in Australia only looking at the Grass is greener picture. He doesn't have to deal with GST.. DEMONETIZATION.. NRC rulings for the MINORITIES.

    He and his Australian wife will have a nice sunset drive to the 12 Apostles in Melbourne. Our Government is not ruling Australia right?

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  • gm, Mlur

    Mon, Apr 15 2019

    Any need to resign job to vote?

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