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Hi,I am a horadesha kannaDiga. I have wkored in Bengalooru for a few years in non-IT industry before I left India. What you are describing is not new. I have seen this in both the Private Sector and long before that in Central Government offices in Bengalooru.While I agree there are a lot of cases where each non-Kannadiga favors members of his own community in his/her team, I do not see the same push from a Kannadiga manager to draw Kannadigas into his team. That is pathetic.But, I am not sure where the author is pulling all these numbers from. Did he count each and every employee at all the offices in Bengalooru and ask each and every one about their affiliation? He did not refer to any studies done by any organization. This is a very serious issue and I can understand with the author's frustration.But, it is equally frustrating to see the author quoting numbers without any solid references(not anecdotal references)While I agree that a lot needs to be done by Kannadigas to help their own in any corner of this world, coming up with useful suggestions would be more helpful than simply complaining about it.I would like to conclude by saying that I will do my part in building my teams when I get back to Bengalooru in the near future. http://nxjmdfrez.com [url=http://nvghgthwmax.com]nvghgthwmax[/url] [link=http://cxqjfh.com]cxqjfh[/link]

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