Re: age group
by exoticbronze on Dec 13, 2009 02:04 AM
What is today's age group? And what is this "today's age group are well mannered due to globalization". LOL. How is globalization causing people to be well mannered, and in such a way that those good manners somehow is evading the age 35-45 age group?
Re: Re: last para
by Khaja Mohideen on Dec 08, 2009 01:08 PM
Readers, Pls don't think Indians alone are uncultured and behave like this. But they are to some extent. I was traveling from Frankfurt to chennai on Lufthansa. About 8-10 Germans also boarded and they were all seated near to my row. They were all shouting and talking loudly like any thing. They are tourists and were on south India tour. The flight journey was about 8-10 hrs i guess. They didn't slept even for an hour.
I thought the people from developed countries are also uncultured. I was really tired and was unable to sleep properly as this was a connecting flight for me and already traveled for about 14-16 hrs to arrive at frankfurt.
Hence we Indians need to show some common civic sense but at the same time we need not be ashamed of ourselves.
from the hindi chants it seems the northies behave so absurd everywhere.... i our tea pantries.. whenever these northies go they make sure its a mess and the next guy has to puke on the way they have kept the things..... Keep going northies.
Re: Re: From hindi...
by exoticbronze on Dec 10, 2009 11:37 AM
Rajat, Hindi is NOT the national language! Please read up the Constitution of India. Hindi is an Official language, just like English and all other regional languages! There is NO National Language in India.
It is just another myth/ignorance perpetuated by Hindi wallahs - politicians, media,....every one. That still doesnt change the reality.
If you feel so strongly about it, as your local Member of Parliament (MP) to table a bill in the Lok Sabha to decalre Hindi as the National Language.
Re: Re: Re: From hindi...
by Manoj k on Dec 13, 2009 01:21 PM
This can happen only in INDIA...language, culture, religion everything above the idenity..INDIAN!!
This guy..'exoticbronze" who is not even have gits to revel true name on a forum,
I travel on many sector on international route and what this guy has said is true...I have seen misbehvour from flight attendance as well towards us Indians, and has raised it many time..
But the issue is, we INDIANS ( and this inlcudes across, i can give example and flight number is any of you believe one region is better) need to learn civic sense and it start from the STREET of INDIA and not on the isle of a flight!!
Re: Re: From hindi...
by Unlimited Storage on Dec 17, 2009 08:13 AM
get rid of your national language logic. Why it should be national language. Just becoz many talk. Mahrashtra kicks hindi fellas out!!!
There are good and bad mannered people in every community.But surprisingly & sadly Indians out number others when it comes to misbehaving.Its quite surprising that Indian passengers misbehave on i-national flights most of them being much educated.Why is that we fail to get rid of ur 'paisa vasool' attitude,Despite the prestige of entire Indian community being at stake? Lets not look at which other nationals behave bad on flight or how smartly they cover it.We cannt defend our stupid behaviour just because there are other stupids too.Why take bad examples?That's why we Indians don
t improve.Lets a be nice & cultured on the fights.Concider that the cabin crew has been serving for those long hours,without letting their smiles fade,just to make us feel good.How many of us actually try to give the best of our service till the last moment of our duty??Little work load and we start kribbing and shouting.I find it very strange that some Indians dont bother to say a 'thank you' to the air hostesses,waiters,house keepers etc.And they dont realize its rude.Their attitude is,why should i say thanks,they are doing their job,which they are paid for.We need to realize that being quaified,is not being educated.Education must bring politeness,sofstication,discipine,respect for others and much more.Its time for our qualified uneducated people to mend their ways and help Indians fix their spoilt image in the world of ettiquttes and culture
I will beg to differ in this case - it really doesn't matter if an "old lady" was allowed to use the restroom, a rule applies to everyone - there is no "considering her age and condition she was allowed to use it" - the "condition" was the same - both people wanted to go to the toilet. I think the stewardess should have used common sense in this case and allowed him to use the toilet especially since the cleaning staff had not arrived yet! It would have been over and done in 5 mins and there wouldn't be this post and all the hassle! That said, I think the person was just plain rude which is why he got denied, because usually air hostesses are very understanding in a situation like this, unless of course it becomes a male vs female excercising of power ego issue that is sometimes quite typical of Indian hostesses!
its not that only indians are doing this...there are so many nationalities have this kind of behaviour but the question is why???we as indians have come such a long way and its not good to spoil the image of our nation for such stupid things...