Thursday, October 28, 2010

புதுச்சேரி"21 நாள்களுக்குள் எரிவாயு சிலிண்டர் பதிய மறுத்தால் நடவடிக்கை'

புதுச்சேரி"21 நாள்களுக்குள் எரிவாயு சிலிண்டர் பதிய மறுத்தால் நடவடிக்கை'

First Published : 28 Oct 2010 01:53:54 PM IST

புதுச்சேரி, அக். 27: புதுச்சேரியில் எரிவாயு சிலிண்டர் வழங்கிய நாளில் இருந்து 21 நாள்களுக்குள் பதிவு செய்ய மறுக்கும் ஏஜென்சிகள் மீது நடவடிக்கை எடுக்கப்படும் என்று குடிமைப்பொருள் வழங்கல் மற்றும் நுகர்வோர் விவகாரங்கள் துறை இயக்குநர் பி.பிரியதர்ஷினி தெரிவித்தார்.

புதுச்சேரியில் லஞ்ச ஒழிப்பு விழிப்புணர்வு வார விழாவை முன்னிட்டு, பொதுமக்களிடம் கருத்து கேட்கும் கூட்டம் புதன்கிழமை நடைபெற்றது.

இதில் பொதுமக்கள் மற்றும் சமூக அமைப்பினர் பேசியது: எரிவாயு சிலிண்டர் வழங்க, ஏஜென்சிகளால் ஊழியர்கள் மூலம் கூடுதல் கட்டணம் வசூலிக்கப்படுகிறது. வெளிச் சந்தையில் அனைத்து நிறுவன எரியாவு சிலிண்டர்களும் கூடுதல் விலைக்கு விற்பனை செய்யப்படுகிறது. உணவுப்பொருள் கடத்தல் போலீஸôர் இதை கண்டுகொள்வதே இல்லை.

இதுகுறித்து உணவுக் கடத்தல் போலீஸôரிடம் புகார் தெரிவித்தும் நடவடிக்கை இல்லை. சிலிண்டர் வழங்கிய 21 நாள்களுக்குப் பிறகே அடுத்த சிலிண்டர் பதிவு செய்யப்படும் என்று ஏஜென்சிகள் தெரிவிக்கின்றன என்றனர்.

குடிமைப்பொருள் வழங்கல் மற்றும் நுகர்வோர் விவகாரங்கள் துறை இயக்குநர் பி.பிரியதர்ஷினி பதில்: இப்போது 21 நாள்களுக்கு பிறகு எரிவாயு சிலிண்டர்கள் பதிய வேண்டும் என்ற நடைமுறை நீக்கப்பட்டுள்ளது. இனி 21 நாள்களுக்குள் பதிய மறுத்தால் அந்த ஏஜென்சிகள் மீது நடவடிக்கை எடுக்கப்படும். கூடுதல் கட்டணம் வசூலிப்பது தெரியவந்தாலும் அந்த ஏஜென்சிகள் மீது நடவடிக்கை எடுக்கப்படும்.

உணவுப்பொருள் கடத்தல் பிரிவில் போதுமான போலீஸôர் இல்லை. அதனால் வெளிச்சந்தையில் சிலிண்டர் விற்பனை செய்யும் நபர்கள் மீது நடவடிக்கை எடுப்பதில் தாமதம் ஏற்படுகிறது. விரைவில் நடவடிக்கை எடுக்கப்படும் என்றார்.

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Wednesday, October 27, 2010

Boy trapped in apartment complex lift, dies

Boy trapped in apartment complex lift, dies

STAFF REPORTER

CHENNAI, October 27, 2010
The lift in the apartment complex on Nelson Manickam Road where a teenager was trapped. Photo: K.V.Srinivasan
The lift in the apartment complex on Nelson Manickam Road where a teenager was trapped. Photo: K.V.Srinivasan

A 14-year-old boy bled to death after his leg got trapped in a lift in an apartment complex on Nelson Manickam Road on Tuesday evening.

The incident came to light after the security guard of the complex went to check the lift following a complaint from a resident that the lift was not functioning. The cause of the incident is under investigation.

Sources with the Aminjikarai police identified the victim as V. Kaleeswaran, a student of Standard VIII at the Chennai High School in Choolaimedu and resident of Vada Agaram Road in Choolaimedu.

Police said that around 5.30 p.m., Kaleeswaran's mother Manonmani, a flower vendor on Nelson Mainckam Road, asked him to deliver flowers to a flat on the D Block of Nelson Chambers Apartment Complex.

"Around 6 p.m., one of the residents of the 44 houses in the seven-storey block asked the security guard to check why the lift was not working. The guard went to the ground floor and opened the main door of the lift. He saw the lift stranded between the ground and first floors and a leg caught between the automatic doors," said an investigating officer.

The guard alerted the residents who called the police. Firemen from Kilpauk Fire Station came and opened the lift to find the body of Kaleeswaran inside, the officer added. The body was taken to the Government Kilpauk Medical College Hospital for post-mortem.

Investigations are under way to establish the cause of the death and whether there was a fault in the elevator.

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Where classes are held under tree, on street for want of amenities

Where classes are held under tree, on street for want of amenities

K. MANIKANDAN

TAMBARAM, October 27, 2010

Students of the Government High School in Sithalapakkam attend classes sitting on a road. Photo: A.Muralitharan

Students of the Government High School in Sithalapakkam attend classes sitting on a road. Photo: A.Muralitharan

Official apathy and inadequate facilities have forced students of a government school near Tambaram to attend classes sitting on a street running close to the school, on corridors, under trees and also in a portion of a temple nearby.

The St. Thomas Mount Panchayat Union Middle School in Sithalapakkam was upgraded as a high school last year, resulting in an increase in the students' strength.

Residents of Sithalapakkam welcomed this as otherwise students of classes 9 and 10 would have had to go to schools elsewhere. There, however, has not been a proportionate increase in the facilities at the school.

There are nearly 800 students in the high school, but only a few classrooms. As a result, one section of the students attends classes on the corridor of the building, while another section attends classes under a huge tree. In the absence of adequate classrooms, a group of students is forced to sit near a street running close to the school.

A portion of the compound wall around a village tank serves as the blackboard for some. The wall was built after a student slipped and drowned in the tank some years ago. The movement of cattle and stray dogs through this "classroom" is common.

Residents said the poor amenities in government schools like in Sithalapakkam was an important reason for the performance of students in public examinations.

A section of students and parents complained that in the absence of a compound wall around the school, miscreants had a free run. Girl students and teachers have been victims of harassment by anti-social elements under the influence of alcohol. The noon meal kitchen, like in many government schools in the suburbs of Chennai, lacked a proper building and food is cooked in the open.

The toilet for students was completely damaged and hence they are forced to relieve themselves in the open. This is a huge problem for girls, especially those in higher classes. Residents said the school teachers paid monthly charges to the owners of a couple of houses nearby for using their toilets.

Enquiries with various government agencies revealed that a patch of land, measuring about eight acres in Sithalapakkam Village Panchayat was earmarked for construction of the high school.

A considerable amount of money was spent on constructing a compound wall around the piece of land. As the land was classified as 'meikaal poramboke' (unassessed waste land for grazing of cattle), permission was yet to be granted for construction of the buildings. Officials of the School Education Department said even while it was functioning as a Middle School, there was shortage of space.

Only after construction of additional classrooms, it should have been upgraded as a high school.

Sithalapakkam residents appealed to the government agencies to intervene immediately and arrange for construction of additional classrooms.

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How to tackle indiscipline of students

LIFFY THOMAS

CHENNAI, October 27, 2010

Can punishment bring about positive change in students? A survey on corporal punishment, conducted in Corporation and matriculation schools in the city, has suggested alternatives.

Fifty per cent of the 100 parents felt that punishment does bring about change, while the remaining disagreed. The same question posed to 200 teachers revealed that 66 per cent were in favour of punishment as a way to mend a child for unacceptable behaviour, while the remaining were against it. The study was done by six first-year students of Madras School of Social Work as part of a project work.

While schools defend disciplinary action, in a majority of the incidents punishment do not go down well either with the child or parent. On Tuesday, parents of Harish Raj, a class VII student of Balalok Matriculation School, gave a written complaint about the school management to Inspector of Matriculation School S. Tamilmani. According to Sangeetha Vijayraj, mother of Harish, their son had been the subject of verbal abuse for quite sometime by most of the teachers. What annoyed us further was when he was asked to sit on the floor in the classroom as we did not attend the parents meeting held last Saturday, she said.

When contacted, the principal of the school said the boy was asked to sit on the floor as he disrespected the teacher. "Corporal punishment is not advocated in the school, but a child cannot show his emotion to a teacher by taking a pencil and throwing it on the floor," she said.

Though there is a complaint cell set up by the School Education Department (Ph: 28273591) and the Childline helpline (1098), the awareness that one can complain about corporal punishment, among others, is less. Experts say teacher training should incorporate contemporary ways to tackle indiscipline. "The management has to be made to understand that hardcore deadlines cannot be set for teachers. They should not overload or overwhelm a teacher, and the curriculum has to be set keeping in mind the development of the child," said Padma Srinath, early childhood teacher, American International School Chennai. 

"In case of unacceptable behaviour, the child should be addressed on a one-to-one basis. If the behaviour is repeated for three times, a counsellor should be brought in," Ms. Srinath added. Student and family counsellor Arundhati Swamy says a child should be made aware of the disciplinary action likely in the event of he or she not following the rules. "A school that has a counsellor can offer help to the child, but if a school cannot afford one, a neutral person/coordinator with some kind of training should be brought in," she added.

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Tuesday, October 26, 2010

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Mobile number portability from Nov. 1: Raja

Mobile number portability from Nov. 1: Raja

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NEW DELHI, October 26, 2010

The much-delayed mobile number portability facility will be rolled out from November 1, starting with Haryana, Telecom Minister A. Raja has said. File photo
The much-delayed mobile number portability facility will be rolled out from November 1, starting with Haryana, Telecom Minister A. Raja has said. File photo

Telecom Minister A. Raja on Tuesday said the mobile number portability (MNP) facility, which allows subscribers to retain numbers even after changing service operators, will be rolled out from November 1, starting with Haryana.

"November 1 onwards MNP would be operational partially... We wanted to inaugurate it in Haryana," Mr. Raja told reporters in New Delhi.

The service is expected to be rolled out in the rest of the country in phases.

Its implementation is already delayed thrice due to different reasons. Necessary infrastructure not being in place was one of the reasons for delay.

The Department of Telecom had given licences to Syniverse Technologies and MNP Interconnection Telecom Solutions, a 74:26 joint venture between U.S.-based Telcordia and Deepak Talwar Consultants to implement MNP.

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Tuesday, October 19, 2010

Article: Karnataka turmoil raises many political question

Karnataka turmoil raises many political question

Sandeep Shastri

First Published: 18 Oct 2010 12:41:00 AM IST

The developments in Karnataka have attracted national attention. The actions of Governor H R Bhardwaj, the decisions of Speaker K G Bopaiah and the filing of cases in the high court challenging the Speaker's decision have raised a host of constitutional and political questions. Many of these are without precedent.

Governors in India have often been at the centre of controversy. Do they represent the central government (sometimes derisively called 'agent' of the Centre), or are they head of the constitutional machinery at the state level? The two roles could come in conflict, especially if different parties are in power at the Centre and in the state. Much of the controversy surrounding the office of governor has been in the exercise of their discretionary powers in political situations which can neither be always anticipated or a line of action specifically defined. The governor of a state is supposed to be an impartial umpire. In many states, they have become the goalkeeper defending the opposition goalpost!

Governor Ram Lal dismissing NTR as chief minister (August 15, 1984) and appointing N Bhaskara Rao in his place on the ground that he was convinced the chief minister had lost his majority (without a trial of strength in the House) is a classic case of a governor stretching his discretion beyond imaginable limits. Former Haryana governor G D Tapase, too, made history in 1982 by inviting Bhajan Lal to form a government soon after elections even though the coalition led by Devi Lal had a clear majority!

Karnataka has had its share of controversy. Governor Venkatsubbiah dismissing the S R Bommai government without giving it a chance to prove its majority led to the now-famous Supreme Court judgment where it clearly held that the test of majority should be on the House floor, not Raj Bhavan. Governor Bhanu Pratap Singh had to be recalled from office when in March 1994 he dismissed the Goa chief minister and recommended a short spell of president's rule when the majority Congress faced an internal crisis. More recently, Governor Rameshwar Thakur was at the centre of controversy when he delayed inviting Yeddyurappa to form a BJP- led government in Karnataka. What are the lessons to be learnt from this crisis about a governor's role, the Speaker's powers and the relationship between the ruling and opposition parties?

The governor's role in writing to the Speaker a day before the confidence vote, asking him to maintain the status quo of party positions as on a particular date, was truly unprecedented. While the governor can send messages to the legislature under the Constitution, such a specific direction amounted to direct intervention in the internal rumblings of the BJP and the actions of independent legislators. After the vote of confidence, the governor sent a report to the Centre recommending president's rule, calling the vote of confidence a farce.

Many would argue that he did have the power to make this recommendation, after which the ball was in the Centre's court. But his decision the next day to give the BJP a second chance to prove its majority came as a surprise. If the governor intended to offer this opportunity it should have preceded the recommendation of president's rule. In his defence, the governor said he wished to dispel the image that he was being unfair to the ruling party. It is more likely that the central leadership was uncomfortable with the recommendation, mindful of its political implications and may have suggested a second vote.

But the haste with which the report was sent to Delhi, and the second chance offered within 24 hours, could have been avoided. It would be useful to revisit the recommendations of different commissions on Centre-State relations which have consistently emphasised that it may not be a good idea to appoint as governor someone actively involved in politics immediately before his appointment. We have had governors who went on to become chief ministers or Union ministers after completing their terms. This allows the office to be dragged into controversy and casts aspersions on their role as constitutional authorities.  

Bopaiah has also been in the spotlight. His decision to disqualify the 11 rebel BJP MLAs and the five Independents hours before the trust vote has evoked strong reactions. There is no shadow of doubt that the Speaker is the final authority under the Constitution to take action on questions of disqualification. The aggrieved party has, of course, the right to approach the court, as happened in the present case.

The disqualification of the rebel BJP MLAs and the Independent legislators must be treated separately. The Speaker's decision to disqualify the Independents merits detailed analysis. It is important to assert that an Independent's victory means that the electorate has chosen someone with no party affiliation as their representative. As per the anti-defection law, the Independent must remain independent for the period elected. He or she is free to support any political party. Thus, when the BJP required the support of Independents to form the government, they decided to support the BJP. They joined the council of ministers as independents.

When they withdrew support to the government, they were within their rights to do so. Thus, it would be difficult to argue that they violated the anti-defection law. In the case of the BJP rebels the arguments would be different. As they were elected on the BJP ticket, they submitted a letter to the governor withdrawing support. On the strength of that letter and the complaint filed by the BJP, the Speaker issued a notice to the said members, who replied to it. An important question that arises is whether a party legislator invites disqualification for action done outside the House or only for violating the party whip on the floor of the House.

There have been cases of MPs (when V P Singh formed his Jan Morcha) who were critical of the Congress launching a blistering attack on the party leadership — all outside the House. While in the House, they followed the party whip. As a result no action was contemplated against them under the anti-defection provisions. A question likely to come up in the high court is whether action can be taken against a party legislator by the Speaker for actions outside the House, or do anti-defection provisions apply only when a legislator violates the party whip on the floor?

The decision of the high court to stay the disqualification of five Independent MLAs and stating that the October 14 confidence vote would be subject to the final outcome of the court on the matter should come as a relief to these legislators. It indicates that their case will be treated differently from that of the BJP rebels.

The final decision of the high court has the potential to re-open the debate on the majority of the government. Each passing day would provide a new twist to the political battle in the state. Clearly, the clouds of political uncertainty will continue to cast their shadow over the state with no hope of a clear political picture emerging in the immediate future.

(The writer is a political analyst and observer of Karnataka politics, and pro vice chancellor of Jain University)

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