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Two people were trapped inside. extending the deadline for payments. 2013,we can safely assume will gatherdust Some of the biggest controversies in this sector such as diversion of coal from the Sasan Ultra Mega Power Project and the allegedly irregular allocation of captive coal mines from 2004 to 2009 have been on account of poor regulation not discernible corrupt practices Rather than curbing government discretion this regulator would simply widen it because it answers to the Union cabinet The investigative agencies assisting these regulators have fared no better Ifthe government had no qualms trying to influence the CBI’s status reports on coal allocation its sincerity in setting up independent regulators is moot To haveits way in the appointment of a CBI additional director the UPA rode roughshod over the recommendation and legitimacy of another watchdog the Central Vigilance Commission There is no surprise then that the IAC and the Aam Aadmi Party have tapped into popular demand for a “tough” watchdog The Jan Lokpal wishes away the problems of regulatory and investigative agencies by insulating it from political interference at least on paper Its functional autonomy — thanks to a dangerous combination of investigative prosecutorial and enforcement powers — may make it appear an effective agency But as the recent controversy surrounding appointments to its selection panel highlights even a Lokpal is not free from politicking Unless the government’s inordinate discretion in their appointment and functioning is curbed there can be no independent regulators in the truest sense The Lokpal debate is merely a distraction For now Sebi may have scored a rare victory against Sahara — but at each stage of this dispute its political masters chipped away at the board’s legitimacy leaving it weakened for battles ahead [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsLondon:Britain’s Queen Elizabeth is facing the first ever strike threat by her staff when workers at Windsor Castle vote over "appalling" low pay and allowances Castle staff start on as little as 14400 pounds (about $21000 or Rs1335 lakh) per year meaning they earn less than the living wage but are expected to carry out extra duties for no extra pay such as giving guided tours to paying visitors and acting as interpreters and first-aiders the Telegraph reported Buckingham palace Image by AP The Public and Commercial Services (PCS) Union which represents 120 of the 200 staff at Windsor said the Royal household has broken promises over giving the staff extra allowances for carrying out the extra duties The union will ballot its members between March 31 and April 14 All the workers involved are uniformed wardens who work in the corridors and rooms open to the public protecting the exhibits and helping the public as well as working in the ticket office cloakroom and catering outlets "These workers are loyal to their employer and absolutely committed to ensuring visitors are given the royal treatment" PCS general secretary Mark Serwotka said "It is scandalous that staff are so appallingly paid and expected to do work for free that brings in money for the royal family" he added Windsor Castle the largest and oldest occupied castle in the world attracts 11 million visitors who between them spend more than 17 million pounds (approximately $25 million) each year The money is used by the Royal Collection Trust charity for the upkeep of the royal palaces and their contents IANS Written by Paul Zacharia | Published: July 22 2013 5:25 am Related News The solar scam seems minuscule compared to other scandals So why is it kicking up so much dust The real pity about the so-called solar scam is that solar energy got a bad name It could have worked wonders in a sunny state like Kerala Malayalis have now begun to doubt the bonafides of the sun itself All because one woman and her partner were caught doing bad businessusingamong other thingspolitical connections Going by the parameters of a proper Indian scamthis one is minusculeinvolvingreportedlyless than Rs 10 crore over 3-4 yearswhich is piffleeven for a petty economy like Keralas That could well be the weekly slush intake of notorious government departments like excise and sales tax No public money was involved Some individuals took a routine investment risk on a solar energy project When results were not forthcominga few of them filed police complaints Many did notbecause they were gambling with black money And some got their money back Though Sarita S Nair has been made out to be the kingpinshe is the junior partner in the companyTeam Solar Biju Radhakrishnanthe seniorleaned on her for that extra edge in marketing The few dozen people from various walks of life who invested money in the company include priestshard-nosed businessmen and NRIswhich shows either that the business looked good enoughor it took little for them to part with big money on a sham project If it is just another story of a few gullible people getting swindledhow come Chief Minister Oommen Chandy is about to lose his chair on account of it Thereby hangs a tale of sexpolitics and the media On the one handmedia investigations exposed the close association of a personal assistant of the CM with Team Solaras also Nairs extensive network of political connectionsboth in the ruling party and the opposition On the otherit was the medias perception of Nair as a sex object that gave the case the prominence it received One is tempted to say that if there was no Nairor if her objectification by the media had not met the Malayali oglers benchmarkthe scam would hardly have been news The media went in for shockingly sexist overkill Radhakrishnanthe first accusedwho also faces a murder chargeis hardly in news The media accessed what is said to be over 60000 phone calls made by Nairthe second accused Howeverthe calls of the first accusedthe brains behind the operationhave found no takerseven though they might provide vital information In the hypocrisy of the male bastion that is Keralait is more condemnable to sleep with a woman thansaymurder her Nairs phone calls were projected with the nuance of illicit sex and the politicians who had chit-chatted with her or lent her patronage for dubious or other reasons scurried for cover Then came another bomb: Shalu Menonactor and dance teacherhad connections with Team Solar Politicians including the home ministerwho had extended routine PR patronage to her had to tie themselves into knots to explain themselves The media readied a new candidate for slaughterthe young daughter of a starletfor her alleged association with Team Solar The whole exercise had only one target: Oommen Chandy There is no doubt that Chandy was not sufficiently vigilant about what went on in his office Team Solar used their proximity to Chandys personal assistant to hoodwink at least a few investors Chandy is in a catch 22 His open-door policy and citizen contact programme are his USP A shadow has been cast on them through allegations of Nairs visits to his office Though it is a politically incorrect thing to sayhe is the first performing chief minister Kerala has seen in several decades with all his inherent Congressman-like faults His style of work as a chief minister who is on his toes and ready to meet people face to face has set alarm bells ringing amongst the political class as a wholebecause he is setting a dangerous precedent The bureaucracy is equally upset because he is going over their heads to the people and handing out decisions He has perhaps more enemies within his own party than outside The solar scam is designer-made for them But the CPMwhich must fire the first shotis in a fix If it seeks to replace the Chandy governmentit faces the fatal certainty that VS Achuthanandan will be the new CMwhich would be nothing but pressing the self-destruct button Zacharia is a Malayalam writer For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: September 22 2017 3:08 am (Source: Express File Photo/Amit Chakravarty) Related News Services on the Harbour Line of the Central Railway (CR) were delayed by around 30 minutes after a rail roko was organised near Chembur station at 954 am on Thursday Commuters staged a protest against cancellation of the 911 am Chembur local to Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus (CSMT) “The local was cancelled the previous day as well and the commuters got enraged and started arguing with railway authorities By around 930 am a group of 35-40 people stepped on the tracks preventing movement of trains” a senior Railway Protection Force (RPF) official said “Initially they tried to stop a Belapur-bound local and later they asked for an empty rake to be arranged from Chembur By around 1015 am as many as 17 staff members from the Government Railway Police Wadala and five local police personnel reached the spot to clear the crowd After the commuters’ demand was met the protesters moved from the tracks” he said Two protesters were held by the RPF Mankhurd division for trying to block the tracks repeatedly A case has been registered against them under Sections 174 (a) and 174 (c) of the Railway Act for tampering with signal gear and obstructing running of train They were set free after payment of Rs 4000 each For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Mumbai | Updated: February 6 2017 1:44 pm Aamir Khan threw a huge success bash for Dangal recently Top News He may be giving back-to-back blockbusters but superstar Aamir Khan says his decision to sign a project is not swayed by the money making possibilities The 51-year-old actor who has given box office successes like 3 Idiots Dhoom 3 PK with Dangal being the latest addition said he picks stories which touch his heart “I don’t choose films thinking about how much business will it do I do films that touch my heart When I did films like Sarfarosh Rang De Basanti Lagaan Taare Zameen Par I did not think about numbers ” Aamir said The actor said the Nitish Tiwari-directed film does not have a single aspect of a Bollywood blockbuster but he chose to do it as it satisfied his creative instincts “In Dangal there is no romantic song I am playing a fat old man so this film doesn’t have trappings of a blockbuster film but the kind of numbers it is doing it’s great I have never done films thinking about box office or business I do films as a creative person” he said Also Read:Phillauri trailer: Anushka Sharma as a ‘married’ ghost takes fans on time travel to her love Diljit Dosanjh Watchvideo Aamir threw a huge success bash for Dangal recently and when asked now that the ban on the screening of Indian films is lifted in Pakistan does he wants the film to release in the neighbouring country the actor said “The distribution team decides where to release the film If they think of releasing the film in Pakistan I have no issues” “It is becoming difficult but you have to be brave” For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Mumbai | Updated: October 22 2017 9:44 pm Tom Latham and Ross Taylor shared a 200-run stand (Source: Reuters) Chasing 281 runs for win New Zealand rode on 200-run stand between Tom Latham (103*) and Ross Taylor (95) to register a convincing win The visitors were off to a steady start in the chase before losing wickets of Colin Munro Martin Guptill and Kane Williamson in quick succession Spinners did the trick in the middle overs but it was Latham-Taylor show after that The pair batted with a mature head and didn’t do anything silly in the middle Latham reached the three-figure mark but Taylor fell short of the milestone by five runs Earlier after opting to bat first India rode on Virat Kohli’s 31st ODI hundred to post 280 The skipper didn’t really get support from the other end as a lot of batsmen got starts but none of them were able to convert it into a big one?
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