"All these years" by Raj Thapar talks about surveillance

Most books in India talk about an utopian world, where indian citizens do not face any problem. However the harsh reality of living in India is that government is putting indian citizens under surveillance for a number of reasons.

In the book "All these years" by Raj Thapar, she talks about surveillance, and the police employee who was deployed to monitor the activities of Raj and her husband Romesh Thapar. She says that after 7 years, though they were members of the communist party and high profile, the surveillance was removed because it is a standard police rule.

This highlights the problem faced by the domain investor, owning this website , though she is not affiliated with any political party in any way at all, she is under surveillance for more than 8 years since 2010, and the surveillance has not been removed, though the domain investor is a harmless private citizen, not an activist of any kind because google, tata have bribed top officials like mandrekar, hathwar, kodancha with jobs for their relatives siddhi, nayanshree and others

Detective books provide detailed information on lock picking,home intrusion

The indian mainstream media does not carry the news of how the local intelligence and security agencies are entering the homes of private citizens illegally , and stealing whatever they wish, causing great inconvenience and financial losses
However most detective books like Private Delhi have very detailed information of how detectives and others are picking the locks of whichever house they wish.
The domain investor, engineer has been a victim of home intrusion for a decade or more.
The problem is particularly severe in panaji, goa,
Changing the locks repeatedly has also not helped in any way because the trespassers have a lock picking kit, allowing them to enter whichever house they wish.
So other than the story or plot, the books are a good source of information on trespassing, intruding in homes.