Thursday, April 29, 2010

Dinamani: Railways neglects Cuddalore District

Dinamani Article about Railways neglects Cuddalore District..............

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Wednesday, April 28, 2010

Who is the victim of a bandh?

Who is the victim of a bandh?

There have been a series of Bandhs, called in protest of the price hike, but did the prices ever went down? Why do we need the Bandh? How does a Bandh help to protests against the policies or killings? Does anything change after the Bandh?

CJ: Neetu Banga

Tue, Apr 27, 2010 16:20:14 IST

AS PER the poor and the middle-class patrons, inflation is proving to be the most unfair tax because it harms them the most. Already, the common man is feeling the pinch, be it in the high price of food commodities, transport, or other basic necessities. The government has been promising that the situation will stabilize in next few months. Can the common man see what impact will the government's decision to let the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) fight price rises have on them?

As usual the practice of protesting with a 12-hours of all India shutdown has been called by the Left-led 13 parties. Those leading the front in the massive 'Bharat Bandh' are Communist Party of India (CPI), Communist Party of India -Marxist (CPI-M), Indian National Lok Dal (INLD), Samajwadi Party (SP), Biju Janata Dal, Rashtriya Samajwadi Party (RSP) and Lok Janshakti Party (LJP) who are demanding immediate control on spiraling prices, roll back in customs duty on crude oil and excise tax on petroleum products.

In India, Bandhs or Strikes are a general weapon used by the political parties to express their protests against policies mostly levied by the Government. Even though these bandhs are supposed to be voluntary, but with the kind of shocking impact the political parties impose, people are forced to take part in these strikes. The Bandhs not only lead to paralyzing of normal life, but also force people to stay at home. Shops and offices are forced to close and the transports are put off the roads.

There have been a series of Bandhs, called in protest of the price hike, but did the prices ever went down? Why do we need the Bandh? How does a Bandh help to protests against the policies or killings? Does anything change after the Bandh? Has any Bandh had a major positive effect on life and society?

In India, most of the Bandhs are called for only one or two-day in advance without any prior notice and this leads to passengers being stranded at the airports, railway stations and bus stations. With non-availability of facilities and systems, it adds to the people's woes. Common man becomes the victim of the so-called bandhs without any fault on their part. Is this what the party calling the Bandhs want? They are fighting for common man or causing more trouble to them?

People who are in need of emergency medical attention get affected the most. If they die who would be held responsible for the mishap? Only some cases get media attention while so many cases go unnoticed.

Offices and schools are forced to close resulting in loss of work and studies. With paralysing work for the day it seems for them bandhs are more important than work. They do not think about economic loss, which happens on a huge level because again the common man - the taxpayer will pay the ammount and suffice for the loss.

Protesters motivated by these political parties destroy public properties; uproot railway lines, burn buses and destroying shops. One question that arises is that why are they destroying public property and what will they get from this? How easy it is to ignite other people's properties? But who will be the one to get affected when rails and buses stop to ply?

I am not saying that the common man should not protest. But all such means of protest will not at all affect the government. The protest should to be more selective and bear some positive results.

Bandh without proper planning and aim will only take India back and not forward. Moreover, for whom are we observing all India close, for those lazy people who would enjoy a day off than to resolve issues of social interest.

The Supreme Court of India banned Bandhs back in 1998, but political parties still organize them. Still all Bandhs although being illegal are carried out which proves how weak is our judiciary system. But the Bandh continues to plague our day to day lives.

Instead of Bandhs, let us protests by wearing black arm bands, by sending continuous petitions to the President, by staging dharna, hunger strike outside the Government offices and compel them to rethink about the policies. Further, the judiciary system should ensure that people who do not want to be part of the so-called political Bandh should have all the liberty to continue their work or move on the streets without any fear. Law and order should be implemented in stringent way.

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Monday, April 26, 2010

IT employees need a collective voice to press for rights: experts

IT employees need a collective voice to press for rights: experts

Ajai Sreevatsan

Proactive HR policies solve most of problems, says NASSCOM Regional Director

— Photo: M. Karunakaran
Long way to go:Those in the IT sector have their share of challenges, say experts.

CHENNAI: In the modern day workplace, it is possible to sit inside a cubicle in Chennai and work for a client in San Francisco or Seattle. The IT sector, which has been at the forefront of this globalisation of labour, has drastically altered the nature of the debate about employee rights and contractual obligations.

Pointing out that most fresh recruits into the sector are young graduates who have no idea about their rights, Karthik Shekhar, General Secretary, Union for IT & ITES employees (UNITES), says: "Managers and team leaders are just glorified terms. They manage processes or resources, not people."

He says that since IT employees are not covered by the Industrial Disputes Act, some kind of collective representation is required to press for their rights.

"Long and erratic work hours, not being paid what they are promised when they are on a foreign assignment and burnout issues are all legitimate concerns that have to be raised. But companies have managed to convince employees that unions are for blue collared employees," Mr. Shekhar adds.

Psychiatrist Vijay Nagaswami says "The IT sector seems to have built its strategic processes around attrition. They expect the HR support to last only for a couple of years, so hiring freshers from campus recruitment on a regular basis is how they deal with the situation."

According to him, IT sector lifestyles play havoc with family lives. Killing commutes and working as per overseas time-zones make for very poor support opportunities from families and friends.

"When weekends are used only to catch up on sleep rather than for recreational pursuits, burnouts are not far behind," he adds.

In spite of the lack of space for collective voicing of concerns, Gayathri Jayaraman, who was in the IT sector for six years before she quit, says that since companies want to retain the best employees, grievances are addressed better than in any other sector. But the HR treats a person like a resource, she says, and not like a human being.

"Also the work becomes monotonous after a point since nothing original or creative comes out of it."

On the existing scenario, K. Purushothaman, Regional Director, NASSCOM, says that most issues are sorted out through proactive HR policies. While handling overseas projects against tight deadlines, "companies cannot afford to lose 10 minutes or an hour on manpower issues," he says.

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Friday, April 23, 2010

First Train from Villupuram to Mayiladudurai at 18:20 today...


SOUTHERN RAILWAY
PRESS RELEASE
PUBLIC RELATIONS OFFICE, Chennai - 600 003
No.18/2009-2010 Dt.23-04-2010


OPENING OF VILLUPURAM - MAYILADUTHURAI SECTION FOR PASSENGER TRAFFIC

The gauge converted Villupuram -Mayiladuthurai Main Line broad gauge section will be opened for passenger traffic today (23.4.2010).

The first train on this section T.No.817 Villupuram - Mayiladuthurai Passenger will leave Villupuram at 18.20 hrs. and arrive Mayiladuthurai at 22.10 hrs.

The following trains will be introduced on the dates mentioned against each.

1) T.No. 818 Mayiladuthurai - Villupuram Passenger w.e.f. 24.4.2010.

Dep. Mayiladuthurai 18.10 hrs. Arr. Villupuram 22.00 hrs.

2) T.No. 813 Villupuram -Mayiladuthurai Passenger w.e.f. 24.4.2010.

Dep. Villupuram 06.10 hrs. Arr. Mayiladuthurai 09.50 hrs.

3) T.No. 814 Mayiladuthurai - Villupuram Passenger w.e.f. 24.4.2010.

Dep. Mayiladuthurai 05.30 hrs. Arr. Villupuram 09.15 hrs.

4) T.No. 6175 Chennai Egmore -Nagore Daily Express (via. Mayiladuthurai, Thanjavur)

w.e.f. 24.4.2010

Dep. Chennai Egmore 23.15 hrs. Arr. Nagore 09.15 hrs.


5) T.No. 6176 Nagore-Chennai Egmore Daily Express (via. Thanjavur, Mayiladuthurai)

w.e.f. 25.4.2010

Dep. Nagore 20.05 hrs. Arr. Chennai Egmore 05.20 hrs.


6) T.No. 2794 Madurai - Chennai Egmore Bi-weekly Express (Thu, Sat) w.e.f. 24.4.2010

Dep. Madurai 21.45 hrs. Arr. Chennai Egmore 07.55 hrs.


7) T.No. 2793 Chennai Egmore- Madurai Bi-weekly Express (Fri, Sun) w.e.f. 25.4.2010

Dep. Chennai Egmore 22.45 hrs. Arr. Madurai 08.50 hrs.


8) T.No. 6853 Chennai Egmore - Tiruchchirappalli Exp. (Daily) w.e.f. 26.4.2010

Dep. Chennai Egmore 08.20 hrs. Arr. Tiruchchirappalli 16.35 hrs.


9) T.No. 6854 Tiruchchirappalli-Chennai Egmore Exp. (Daily) w.e.f. 26.4.2010

Dep. Tiruchchirappalli 09.10 hrs. Arr. Chennai Egmore 17.45 hrs.


10) T.No. 4260 Varanasi - Rameswaram Weekly Express leaving Varanasi on 2.05.2010(Sunday) will be extended to run to Rameswaram (now running upto Chennai Egmore). T.No.4259 Rameswaram -Varanasi Express will leave from Rameswaram on 5.5.2010 (Wednesday) towards Varanasi.


11) T.No. 6101/6102 Chennai Egmore - Rameswaram Daily Express, now running via. Vriddhachalam, Tiruchchirappalli will be diverted to run via. Mayiladuthurai, Kumbakonam, Tiruchchirappalli w.e.f. 1.8.2010 from both ends.


12) T.No. 6736 Tiruchendur - Chennai Egmore Weekly Express, now running via. Tiruchchirappalli, Vriddhachalam will be diverted to run via. Tiruchchirappalli, Kumbakonam, Mayiladuthurai w.e.f. 29.7.2010. T.No.6735 Chennai Egmore - Tiruchendur Weekly Express will run via. Mayiladuthurai, Kumbakonam, Tiruchchirappalli w.e.f. 30.7.2010.


13) T.No.114 Villupuram-Tambaram Passenger will leave Villupuram at 04.45 hrs. instead of 05.05 hrs. w.e.f. 25.04.2010.



Villupuram-Mayiladudurai BG Train starts Journey from today

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Sunday, April 18, 2010

Customer files complaint against Airtel

Customer files complaint against Airtel

Express News Service

First Published : 15 Apr 2010 04:28:00 AM IST

CHENNAI: Suburban police are investigating a case that has been filed against Airtel, for the alleged cheating of a customer by sending promotional messages, which is in strict violation of the Telecom Regularity Authority of India Act, 2005.

Based on the directive from the Judicial Magistrate Court, Tambaram, the suburban police registered the case against Airtel and began investigations.

L Infant Dinesh (26), a Madras High Court advocate, residing at Nerkundram, was using an Airtel postpaid connection under the Zero Rental Plan. On August 26, 2009, he received an Internet advertisement on his mobile, said the official release.

As soon as Dinesh clicked the advertisement promo on his mobile, he received an instant message from the service provider, stating that he had downloaded a game and towards that Rs 99 worth talk time was being charged to his account. The complainant Dinesh had viewed the promo for not more than one second and moreover the promo appearing on his mobile had not given him prior information about the cost involved.

Meanwhile, the Airtel company maintained that all its customers who had selected the Zero Rental Plan were connected with Airtel Live Service and Dinesh who had also subscribed to this plan, must have downloaded the game.

When Dinesh asked Airtel for clarification, the officials there did not respond properly, and seemed interested in only collecting the payment for the service availed of and disconnecting his mobile connection, said the official release.

Dinesh then verified the issue with the TRAI -Act, 2005 and wrote to Airtel that the company had violated the Act which said that no teleservice company can charge its customer without getting prior approval from the customer and then went ahead and filed a petition with the Judicial Magistrate Court, Tambaram against Airtel.

Meanwhile the official statement from Airtel said, "The customer was using a postpaid connection via which premium content was downloaded using Airtel Live WAP amounting to Rs 99. Airtel Live provides free usage on the Airtel live platform, and charges only for the content (themes, animations, games, wallpapers etc.) that has been downloaded. The download in this case was from a third party site."

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One dead on drowning into Villianur Thirukameeswarar Koil Pond

One dead on drowning into Villianur Thirukameeswarar Koil Pond...........

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Thursday, April 8, 2010

State to appoint committee for fixing fee in private schools

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State to appoint committee for fixing fee in private schools

Staff Reporter

Panel will also study prevailing salary structure for teachers


Will have eminent people from judiciary & law, and Education Department


V.Vaithilingam

PUDUCHERRY: A committee headed by a retired High Court judge will soon be constituted to fix tuition fee in unaided private schools. The committee would also study the prevailing salary structure for teachers working in the private schools, Chief Minister told the Assembly on Wednesday.

Replying to a calling attention motion moved by A. Anbalagan and Om Sakthi Segar, the Chief Minister said the committee would have eminent personalities from judiciary and law, educationalists and officials from the Education Department. The Committee would fix the fee for each of the schools as per the infrastructural facilities available there.

The Chief Minister said the government was considering about bringing legislation to regulate fee structure in private schools, he said. Adding to that, he said the unaided private schools collect fees based on the facilities available with them as government had not fixed tuition fees.

Of the 255 private schools in the Union Territory, 56 are primary schools, 57 middle schools, 97 high school and 45 higher secondary schools. Out of the total private schools, 34 are aided. The government aided schools were allowed to collect Rs. 25 as fee from standard I to standard X for boys and Rs. 20 for girls, Rs. 125 for standard XI boys and 90 for girls.

For standard XII, the schools can collect Rs. 135 for boys and Rs. 100 for girls. They could also collect an amount of Rs. 19.50 to Rs. 49.50 as special tuition fee.

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Wednesday, April 7, 2010

Parliament: Third Front bug bites again

Parliament: Third Front bug bites again

7 Apr 2010, 0445 hrs IST, Amita Shah, ET Bureau

NEW DELHI: Just three days before Parliament’s budget session resumes, top leaders of the Left and other non-Congress, non-BJP parties will get together to chalk out a joint strategy to take on the Manmohan Singh government. In what will add to the discomfiture of the UPA, some outside supporters like Mulayam Singh Yadav’s Samajwadi Party and Lalu Prasad Yadav’s RJD, are likely to attend the meeting on April 12.

The move, which is mainly aimed at intensifying the struggle against price rise and increase in fuel prices, would mean that the government will have to do some tightrope walking in Parliament to complete its financial business.

The Left and SP have already declared their intention to bring cut motions in Parliament when the finance bill is taken up. BJP, which is also planning to bring cut motions, has indicated that it will back those brought by other parties including the Left.

SP, RJD, TDP, AIADMK, BJD, RLD and LJP have accepted the invitation for the April 12 meeting, initiative for which was taken by the Left. BSP and INLD have also been invited, but are yet to respond, according to Left sources. Uttar Pradesh chief minister Mayawati’s stand would be crucial. Given the wafer-thin majority, the government will be banking on the 21-MP BSP to provide it the numbers.

The meeting, which will follow the Left’s “jail bharo” agitation on April 8, will decide on “how to carry forward the fight against price rise and government’s refusal to roll back the hike in prices of petrol and diesel inside and outside Parliament,” a Left leader said. The Left is also trying to reach out to other parties to oppose the civil nuclear liability bill. The meeting may be held at a neutral venue like Parliament.

In the earlier part of the budget session, the entire opposition, RJD and SP were in tune against the increase in fuel prices, price rise, cut in fertiliser subsidy and taxation proposals. The Left would also like to see arch-rival Mamata Banerjee’s Trinamool Congress cornered on the issue of fuel prices. The Trinamool Congress and DMK, both constituents of the UPA, had expressed reservations on the issue.

In the 543-member House, UPA has the assured support of 262 members, while NDA has 159 members. The remaining opposition parties, including the Samajwadi Party (22), BSP (21), CPM (16), BJD (14), AIADMK (9), TDP (6), CPI and RJD (4 each), JD-S (3), TRS, Forward Bloc, and RSP (2 each), add up to 105 MPs. This leaves the government to be critically dependent on Independents (9), and single member outfits such as AUDF, BVA, BPF, MDMK, NPF, SDF, SWP and VCK.

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Monday, April 5, 2010

Pondicherry: Scaffolds come up despite ban

Scaffolds come up despite ban

Rajesh B. Nair

Photo : T.Singaravelou 
 
A long scaffold being put up in Pondicherry on Sunday to display banners.

PUDUCHERRY: In the last two to three days, a large number of temporary scaffolds have come up in several parts of the town to display banners.

The scaffolds, some of them made with woods and others with iron rods, have come up at a time when there is a ban on display of posters, hoardings and flexi hoardings in the entire Union Territory with effect from February 2009.

Inconvenience

To the dismay of the public, a number of such scaffolds have been constructed on pavements and some of them even on the roadside, causing inconvenience to road-users.

These banners have been put up by supporters of prominent politicians in the Union Territory as part of the birthday celebrations of their leaders.

On Sunday

A few hoardings came up on Sunday on either side of Anna Salai, one of the main arterial roads, to welcome a Union Minister, who was in the town to attend two government functions.

Ever since the ban was imposed, it has been violated, especially by political parties.

Whenever there is a birthday celebration or a political function, banners of mammoth size are put up at every nook and corner of the town.

When brought to the notice of a leader about display of hoardings when there is a ban, he said: "We cannot resist the wish of supporters, especially when elections are round the corner."

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http://www.hindu.com/2010/04/05/stories/2010040552840300.htm


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