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I went to Big Bazar in Trivandrum for shopping on 28/July/'09 with my five Japanese guests.
We each had a small hand bag carrying cash, valubles and travel documents. After a negotiation
with the scurity at the entrance Japanese guests were allowed to enter the shop with their hand bags
but not me. After the second negotiation security allowed me to take my hand bag inside.
After shopping when we went out the security at the exit wanted me to open my bag. Thank God security
didn't ask my guests to open their bags. What all these mean they don't trust Indians ? What reply should I
give to my guests for this discrimination? Further, one of my guests had bought Rs.828.- worth goods
and given Rs.900.- but the staff at the counter wanted Rs.28.- change whereas guest had only Rs.20.-
in hand. After a tough negotiation the staff gave the balance. What are all these ? I personally saw some other
lady just in front of me having tough time with the staff at the cash counter. In a civilised society how a shop
can behave like this? I felt shame for taking my guests to Big Bazar, Trivandrum.

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