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Vol. 7, Issue - 6
Recession.. a threat to world economy Dr. G. Balakrishnan
ervice industry like contract services under annual contracts increased the consumer services costs by rendering quarterly contracts into three services per year and the consumer is affected just because of inflation in money value. That means your money value just came down, though you ended up paying more money due to poor management of money. Services costs like taxis, buses, private transports of all kinds have registered increases two to four folds that means the unit you get is the same but at much higher price while many cannot afford to pay. So, many have desisted to opt in such services by cutting down trips to places except by a few well to and the like. Out sourcing industry is also suffering such spikes, though they may hire employees but soon they may lay off also, as the labor laws are very spineless today. Just because labor laws are weak, employers take employees for granted. This trend is in place now, as the employers are not sure what their products can attract outsourcing for companies. Everywhere there is some kind of networking in every kind of trade or business. This trend indicates soon there will be recession of 'U' order as inverse 'U' of inflation is on cards. Prudence is saving on the part of employees restricting their expenses to essential need and
keep saving for rainy days when strikes none can say clearly when. True government profligacy in macro economic management has struck every one in India and like all over. Money lauder havens have stashed funds. G20 wants to prune laundering havens, but the question whether G20 will be able to. Truth is laundering will drive all economies of the world just collapse in a worse than 1930 depression, which launderers have failed to understand. Again Trillion and half or so $ bonds are purchased by china and China warned the other day it will teach America a lesson by flooding markets its reserves but it seems China failed to realize if USA dishonors $ serial numbers as illegal tenders, over night China Yuan will just hit the wall. Then probability second round of inflation spiraling into recession, a state of stagflation to depression if governments fail to control their own ministers from their scam playground. Problems of world are compli-cated by about 2 trillions of $ is already pumped in and that has not saved the economy and in fact affecting world economies. Now we see India faces a crisis of growth. 'The finance minister must show the vision to help India break away from the single digit growth rate', says Rashesh Shah Chairman and CEO of Edelweiss group. His suggestions are: - Address the Corte infrastruc-
tural bottlenecks, root of the supply side led inflation; - No doubt it is not going to be over night solution – projected versus actual shortfall in investments during 11th plan by the planning commission's own estimates have been 12 % for roads, 24% for railways, 46% for ports, and 40% for storage. - Fiscal consolidation through curtailing government non plan expenditure System of subsidies raise fiscal deficit and lead inflation ultimately harms the poor more than rich; -Push through Taxation Reforms through DTC (direct tax code) and GST(Goods and Service Tax) – May lead to revenue buoyancy; - Kick start next stage of reforms in financial sector and retail. (continued on page
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Relief to Auto Rickshaw Passengers Sunny News reporter Akriti interviews Asst. Regional Transport Officer, Sandesh Chavan aily commuting through rickshaws in Navi Mumbai is becoming troublesome day by day. People come across problems such as high meter rates, unregulated meters and inconsiderate auto drivers. The meter rate cards have changed thrice in the last nine months and each time the rate has been higher. It rose from ` 11 to ` 13, ` 13 to ` 14 and recently again from ` 14 to `14.50. The underlining problem here is that the meter cards are based on the petrol prices and 70% of rickshaws in Navi Mumbai are CNG driven. On this Assistant Regional Transport Officer, Sandesh Chavan said“We have given a limited time to the petrol rickshaws to convert into CNG and as soon as possible we will introduce CNG rate cards, which will bring down the prices too. Many new CNG stations are also being developed in the Navi Mumbai area. The current rise in the meter cards cannot be helped since it is purely because of hike in petrol prices. Auto rickshaw Union Leader of Vashi, Sunil Borde, defended the auto drivers and said, “We are not allowed to make two separate cards of CNG and petrol that is why a uniform card of petrol prices is used. Still it is the driver who suffers the actual loss, not the passenger.” On being asked about the various customer complaints against auto drivers, Borde said “Any auto driver cannot refuse to take a passenger, even if the distance to be travelled is short. He also cannot charge anything over or above the reading on the meter. The demands of extra money (10 or 20) or 'half return' is not to be accepted by the (continued on page 4)
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Whatever happened to the “Notorious” Chandraswami in the Rajan Pillai case ?
handraswami, the self styled Godman who was accused of financing the assassination of Rajiv Gandhi and later accused of plotting to murder of Rajan Pillai seems to be living a life of quiet luxury these days even though he has been in June 2011, ordered by the Supreme Court to pay Rs.9 crores as penalty for 13 FERA violations. Whatever happened to any of the other more serious cases against him is not surprising given the extent of mafia politics that we have in this country. The conviction of Rajan Pillai's brother, Rajmohan Pillai in a fraud case with a 2 year prison sentence and the recent appeal by Nina Pillai about compensation for Rajan's death has once again sparked the interest of the public about the Chandra swami connection with Rajan Pillai's custodial death. It may be recalled that Rajan Pillai too was convicted of fraud by the Singapore Government and was jailed by the Indian authorities so that he could be extradited to Singapore. Even though Rajan claimed to own Britannia Industries, he actually controlled only 3 per cent of its equity and all the rest of his businesses were complex, borrowing millions, much like ponzi schemes. In India, Pillai cultivated Indian politicians in his luxurious seaside bungalow in Bombay and in London he hosted lavish parties for the globally wealthy and influential. But in 1993 his creditors became suspicious and called in their debts. Pillai began selling off his companies to financial institutions and escaped to Singapore, but continued his practices there. He sold Ole, a worthless company, to Britannia India Private Ltd for $7.24m and Singapore's Commercial Affairs Department, which was already investigating Pillai's business deals, charged the former biscuit baron on 22 counts of
breach of trust and fraud and running up a debt of $17m and defrauding that country. On the day the court was to give him a 14year prison term, Pillai fled to India where there were already enemies waiting to grab his assets. He was arrested in India and put in jail for extradition to Singapore but he never came out of jail alive. He died in mysterious circumstances when he was in judicial custody. The trial he faced was for extradition to Singapore where 'criminal proceedings' against him had been alleged to have been initiated by Chandraswami and Nusliwadia who wanted to take over his other companies. When Rajan was in jail, even though the judge asked to do a medical examination, the jail superintendent never gave the letter to the jail RMO. It is alleged that medical treatment was denied by these vested interests, with malicious intent to kill Rajan. After his death, on his wife's complaint, the Crime Branch of Delhi Police, acting on the directions of the Chief Metropolitan Magistrate, registered a First Information Report (FIR) alleging culpable homicide in the Rajan Pillai case against industrialist Nusli Wadia, godman Chandraswami, Ross Johnson and Rakesh Saxena but nothing has come of it even after 15 years. The case is all but covered up. India has a long history with corruption and mafia politics and the very fact that the courts ordered the removal of foreign travel restrictions on Chandraswami in 2009 speaks much about justice in this country. What is surprising is that even serious cases like financing the assassination of Rajiv Gandhi can be covered up when the accused is Chandraswami. Action needs to be taken immediately against all such elements lest the judicial fabric of the country be torn to shreds.
Custodial Violence I
t is noticed that persons belonging to backward and disadvantaged groups, graphically described as 'Police-Properties' are the principal victims of torture and violence. The National Police Commission (1977) recommended that in all cases of custodial death, there should be mandatory judicial enquiries. Such a judicial enquiry should be conducted, by an Additional Sessions Judge to be nominated for the purpose to be designated as the District Inquiry Authority (DIA). DIA could be assisted by an assessor who can be an Additional Superintendent of Police or the Supdt. of Police, nominated for the purpose in each district or a group of districts. This is a very pragmatic recommendation of the National Police Commission. The association of a judge with the enquiry from its inception will give it a certain amount of credibility, and at the same time cooption of a police Officer will
(The writer is a Post Graduate from Indian Institute of Human Rights, New Delhi.)
ensure that the police version gets proper attention and scrutiny. Unfortunately, this valuable recommendation of the National Police Commission has not been so far implemented. The leaders of the police forces should impress on the officers and men serving under them that whatsoever may be the situational compulsions, and however hardened may be the criminal, there is no justification at all for allowing
people to die in police custody. A single case of death in police custody causes irreparable damage to the reputation of the police force and severely erodes its credibility before the eyes of the public. Death in the police custody, if unchecked, as one police officer has aptly said, “will one day sound the death-knell of the police force itself”. The Law Commission of India in June,1985, produced a working paper called “Injuries in Police Custody”. The Commissions proposal followed the Supreme Court judgement on June 22, 1985 in which the court dealt with the custody death of Brij Lal, a farmer in U.P. The Supreme Court observed:“we would like to impress upon the government the need to amend the law appropriately so that policemen who commit atrocities on persons in their custody are not allowed to escape due to paucity or absence of evidence.
Maharashtra board works for welfare of students “We don't let our students lose anything”- Manohar Kale A face to face interview with Sunny news reporter - Akriti.
aharashtra board is a government body which conducts exams for students in 10th and 12th. These exams practically define the lives of students and their parents. Maharashtra board has around 5 to 6 lakh students from all over Maharashtra who appear for exam of HSC & SSC board, and still they manage to work accurately. What is the secret behind this? We discover it in an interview with Manohar Kale, the senior superintended of Vashi Board office. 1. Since transparency is very essential, who sets the question papers of all the board exams ? "The question papers are set very secretly. Not even our coworkers or anybody else is aware what is written in that question paper till it reaches the hands of a student. To set these question papers 30 to 35 chief moderators are selected for each subject. The question papers are sealed and then sent to the head office in Pune. There is an authorized person (designation is kept hidden) who selects the question papers and that set of question
paper are sent to all the exam centers in Maharashtra. The exam centers are also provided tight police security and only during examination question paper seal is removed." 2. On what bases are the chief moderators chosen? A teacher must have 5 to 6 years of teaching experience in a particular subject to be chosen as a examiner. When the examiners complete about 18 to 20 years they become moderators followed by the post of chief moderator. 3. What is the “best of 5” ? “CBSE and ICSE boards have a rule that out of six subjects if a students passes in any five, he is considered pass and the percentage awarded is considering his five best subjects. So the percentages of students belonging to these boards are higher compared to our HSC and SSC candidates, so our students lag behind and suffer problems during admission. Maharashtra board reviewed this issue and launched best of five. Under this rule it is compulsory for the student to pass in all six subjects but only five
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highest scored subjects' average will be taken and accordingly percentages will improve. This year too, according to bestof five 100% has been awarded to many. It has definitely proved beneficial to the students. We have always worked for the welfare of students." 4. Is revaluation really beneficial? "Many a times we get such questions like, "Is it true that revaluation is useless?" But it's not true; many candidates think that they must have got more marks but after such a long process of correction and verification mistakes aren't easily made. In very few cases one or two marks get increased. As soon as we get the verification result we telegram to the students." 5. What are the concessions for handicapped students? “We consider 6 types of handicap cases; each of it has different concessions according to their disabilities. Considering their category different concessions are given like grace marks, extra time, writer, subjects, diagrams etc.”
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The Rajan Pillai case
he Rajan Pillai case which rocked the nation 16 years ago came to a close in May this year with the Delhi high court delivering its judgement. The court has awarded a compensation of Rs. 10 lakh to his widow. Rajan Pillai hailed from a well known business family of Kollam in Kerala and was the chairman of the Singapore based Britannia Biscuit Co. He died under mysterious circumstances in Delhi's Tihar jail. It was alleged that the jail authorities failed to provide him with timely medical aid leading to his death. Rajan Pillai's wife Nina Pillai filed a petition in the high court holding the jail authorities responsible for his death. While disposing of the petition, the court ordered that an amount of 10 lakhs be paid to Rajan Pillai's wife Nina Pillai and their two children within a period of four weeks. Another Rs. 20000 was awarded towards costs. The court has mentioned that the amounts may be used for any charitable purpose of her choice. Rajan Pillai died at the Deen Dayal Upadhyaya hospital in Delhi on the 7th of July, 1995. In its verdict, the high court clearly mentioned that it was a case of death in custody. Rajan Pillai known as the 'Biscuit King' was wanted in a criminal case (related to corporate affairs) in Singapore. He came over to India to evade arrest there and in the hope that he would get justice from the Indian courts. The CBI arrested him from a five star hotel in New Delhi and produced him before a magistrate who sent him to judicial custody. It was alleged that the jail officials assaulted Rajan Pillai and only when his condition became serious, he was taken to a hospital. It was too late and nothing could be done. Thus ended the life of a business magnate, ill treated and denied medical facilities, in Delhi's Tihar, reputed as the biggest jail in Asia. On the basis of the complaint lodged by Nina Pillai, the Delhi high court appointed the Leila Seth commission of enquiry to probe into the circumstances leading to the custodial death of her husband. In her affidavit before the commission, Ms Pillai said that she had spent around Rs. 2 lakh on the Tihar jail staff to ensure that he was not treated badly. She also spoke of a 'conspiracy' hatched by some powerful people to do away with
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May be baby steps in agriculture reforms to increase food production (a most important area where more investment are indeed required and do not convert fertile Agricultural lands into NA to build
her husband. However, she did not make any specific allegation against any individual. Going by the personal depositions of 10 Tihar prisoners before the commission, it was clear that the jail officials not only treated Pillai contemptuously, but saw to it that he did not get any treatment for liver cirrhosis, an ailment he suffered from for several years before his death. One of the inmates of the jail, Rajinder Kumar, a murder convict deposed before the Leila Seth Commission that on the evening of July 4, (1995), he heard a man weeping in the office of Mr. A.K Singla, superintendent of jail No.4 (where Pillai was lodged). Said Rajinder “I opened the door and saw Mr. Singla beating a person. That person was bleeding from the mouth and Mr. Mohinder Singh, deputy jail superintendent and Mr. Bacha Singh assistant superintendent were holding his shoulders and arms. The man fell down and was shifted to jail No.3 for treatment… I subsequently learned that it was Rajan Pillai”. Another convict, Pradeep also claimed that he saw Pillai being beaten up by the jail superintendent. He stated in his deposition, “I was going towards the cooler for water when I saw Rajinder peeping into the room of Mr. Singla through the door. I saw Mr. Singla giving fist blows to Rajan Pillai. The door was suddenly opened and Rajinder pulled inside.” Rajinder told the commission that on July 5, the three jail officials told him that “ I should make Rajan Pillai understand that he should not make any complaint against them”. The same day, according to Rajinder's deposition, Rajan Pillai had a small talk with him in the jail van while being taken to courts. “ I asked Pillai why he got the beating. He told me that the superintendent was asking him to provide a 1000c.c car or Rs. 5 lakhs in cash. He further said that he had been asked to do the same by July 6 or he would be killed”. According to the statement of Anil Bakshi, another murder convict put up in jail No.4, he was in the jail hospital when two guards brought Rajan Pillai there. “Dr. Venkat Sahay was on emergency duty in the OPD ward. Pillai told Dr. Sahay that he was suffering from liver cirrhosis. But the latter paid no heed to his plea. At that time, Dr. Mongia and Dr. Nigam, who had earlier been suspended in a case of bribery, were also sitting by the side of Dr. Sahay.” Among other prisoners who deposed before Justice Seth were Charles Shobraj, Rama Koti, Georgekutty, Anwar Ahmed and Jagat Singh. Bittoo, a Tada detenue who had been in jail for over eight years told a correspondent of the newspaper
Asian Age that he had threatened Rajan Pillai at the behest of the jail superintendent Ajay Kumar Singla. He also admitted that he had cut off the electricity supply to Rajan Pillai's cell. “Mr. Singla hit Rajan Pillai many times. They all treated him very badly. When he was in the jail hospital and running high temperature they shifted his bed from the cooler and put it outside the latrine”, Bittoo said. Bittoo, who had been a conduit for Mr. Singla for extorting money from rich inmates, said that he wanted to appear before the commission once again and tell the truth. He wanted to say this: When Tejwant Singh, chief of Skipper Builders was in judicial custody, he asked the jail superintendent's permission to go out of jail for six hours. But, his application was rejected by Mr. Singla.” The rejection, Bittoo said , was just a ploy to extort money. “Tejwant Singh called me and said that he was willing to pay the jail officials for permission to visit his ailing wife. The deal was settled for Rs. 1,50,000. “Mr. Singla, the only one who had the authority to sign the orders called up R.D Bhot, the computer-in-charge and told him to tear off the earlier application which had been marked 'rejected' and approved a fresh one. Bittoo never got a second chance to appear before the Leila Seth commission. But, when he got his first and only chance, he had denied any knowledge of harassment of Pillai. Rama Koti, another convict in Tihar jail, testified under oath before the commission that bribing of jail officials by business magnates was rampant in Tihar to secure better facilities. He named deputy superintendent of the jail, Mahavir Prasad, as having taken such bribes. Prasad was present in the court. In regard to Rajan Pillai's case, eminent lawyer Soli Sorabji wrote in his newspaper column that he wasn't sure whether Singapore's request for his extradition was valid and could be granted under our amended Extradition Act. The final judgement delivered by the high court of Delhi in May, 2011, does not mention anything about punishing the guilty officials. It has only suggested that the facilities in the jail should be improved. Apparently, the root cause of the problem was corruption. The insatiable greed of the officials made them go to any length to achieve their goal. Who knows, the Singlas of Tihar might still be around making merry at the convicts' expense.
buildings for any industry will be better for food inflation is to be aggressively addressed, if not we may have to import food grains from abroad, but any way foreign food is going to be much more costlier as transportation costs and even base food price is more and
more costlier, as fertilizers and oil imports in those countries also are high and further why should their subsidies they will pass to the importers, plus you will have to pay import duties to protect local agriculture, a Hobson's choice!
NAVI MUMBAI - NEWS NMMC Hospital under construction in Nerul - Akriti Hospital under construction in the plot in which Meenatai Thackeray hospital stood earlier; will be Navi Mumbai's second general government hospital, first being in Vashi.
he residents of Navi Mumbai will soon have a new general hospital to cater to their healthcare requirements. The Navi Mumbai Municipal Corporation has undertaken the construction of a general hospital in Nerul. The hospital, which is being built in the plot where the Meenatai Thackeray hospital once stood, will be Navi Mumbai's second government general hospital, the first being in Vashi. The hospital is being raised keeping in mind the increasing population of the city. Earlier, with only one general government hospital in the satellite city, people, particularly those belonging to lower income groups had to face problems due to lack of adequate hospitals to look after their medical needs. “Previously, people from Navi Mumbai as well as from Mankhurd and Gowandi would come to Vashi for medical treatment. It was becoming exceedingly difficult to meet the demands of this overload of population and the need for starting another general hospital was felt”, said Vinod Jain, Junior Engineer, NMMC. “A proposal for two government hospitals was initially put forward by the NMMC- one in Airoli and one in Nerul. The construction has begun in Nerul.”
Photo of the construction site
A detailed plan of the hospital shows that a G+7 structure will be erected and will have an OPD, observation ward- separate for male and female, emergency operation theatre, casualty rooms etc. A medical store and an ATM cum cyber café are also being planned within the precincts of the hospital. Apart from the general facilities of x-ray and pathology lab, MRI and CT scan facilities, blood storage and physiotherapy, a new service that is being introduced is a dialysis centre. “The dialysis centre is something that is not there even in the hospital in Vashi. But there will be one in the new hospital in Nerul,” said Jain. Meenatai Thackeray hospital in place of which the NMMC hospital is being built was a maternity and childcare nursing home operational in Nerul since 1996. The construction of the new NMMC hospital began immediately after the bringing down of the old structure in August 2009 and is slated to be completed within a year and a half. With the construction of the new general hospital in Nerul, it can be hoped that the residents of Navi Mumbai will no longer have to face inconvenience in having their healthcare requirements met.
'Lack of Sunlight putting millions at risk of diabetes'
ack of Sunlight is putting millions of people in danger of developing type 2 diabetes as they do not have enough vitamin D, a new study has claimed, reports PTI. The Australian study, which is based on blood tests of over 5,000 people, found that people with good amount of vitamin D were less likely to develop type 2 diabetes. The findings could play a major role in combating the condition which has been increasing in recent years, the researchers at Melbourne Pathology said. Although plenty of exercise and a good diet can help prevent diabetes, the researchers said their study suggests that lack of enough sunshine could also be a contributory factor, the Daily Mail reported. For their study, the researchers tested the blood of 5,200 people and established that for every extra 25 nanomoles of vitamin D in the blood the chance of getting diabetes was reduced by 24 percent. Study co-author Dr Ken sikaris said: “It's hard to underestimate how important this could be” According to the researchers, people who have less than 50 nanomoles of vitamin D per liter have a deficiency. If the link is fully established between vitamin D and diabetes, those at risk could take dietary supplements to reduce the chance of getting the disease, they said. A lack of sunshine and a lack of vitamin D-is estimated to cause 600,000 cases of cancer each year. Dr. Victoria king, from Diabetes UK, said: “It is not possible to recommend supplements to reduce the risk based on the result of this study and people should not see it as a quick fix. “Diabetes UK is funding research at Glasgow University to help establish if people with type 2 diabetes might benefit from vitamin D supplements. “Until we know more, maintaining a healthy weighty by keeping to a healthy diet and undertaking regular physical activity is the best way to reduce the risk”.
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Does Rahul Bhatt be given a gun license ??? VKS Menon, Sub-Editor
ilm maker Mahesh Bhatt's son Rahul, who was once befriended by US terror operative David Headley, has applied to the Mumbai police for a gun licence. But the police are moving cautiously on the request. "Rahul visited all senior officers in the city's western region to speed up the process, but the police department is taking extra care while clearing his file," said a
police source. Rahul Bhatt, who investigators have cleared of any wrong doing despite his friendship with David Headley, has said there is a threat to his life from the underworld. Sources said security agencies learnt last month that the mafia was planning to target Rahul to seek attention. He was then given round-the-clock protection, "I have got protection from the Mumbai police for some time now.
Apart from my previous association with Headley, being the son of (filmmaker) Mahesh Bhatt, who is considered to be vocal about his views, makes me a soft target for anyone," Rahul said. He is penning a book about the "hazaar ghante" he spent with Headley. "I am writing a book and then may make a film about my experience," he said. Pakistani-American and Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) operative David
Headley spent time in Mumbai before the 26/11 attacks, pretending to run an immigration office while collecting information about sites, including one for coastal landing, across the city. During his stay, Headley developed a close friendship with Rahul. In fact, in communication between Headley and his Pakistan based handlers, 'Rahul' was used as a codename for Mumbai or India. Rahul says Headley's arrest had shocked him. Also, various Indian security agencies questioned the reality TV star but gave him a clean chit. Headley has said
Rahul knew nothing of the terror plot. Rahul, a fitness instructor who met Headley through a mutual contact at a south Mumbai gym, said he now divides his life into what happened before he met Headley and what happened later. He says it's not easy for him to forget his association with the terrorist, which keeps him in a zone of suspicion and makes it difficult for him to live like a common man. In his application to the police, Rahul has mentioned the incident where gangster Ravi Pujari's men fired at his father's office at D N Nagar in 2006.
(contd. from page .... 1) passenger. Other than this, if the passenger has any other valid problem with the auto driver, they can register a complaint against him with the RTO and necessary action will be taken.” Confirming this, Chavan said “We take action, once the complaint is registered. The punishment usually is suspension or rescission of license. If you want to make a complaint against any auto driver you can call at the toll free number of RTO (1800-220110) or send an email addressed to email@example.com or submit a written letter to me.” The unregulated meters in Navi Mumbai are also an inconvenience for the commuters. Any excuse made in this regard is very poor since sufficient time had been allotted for the auto drivers to get the job done. Referring to this problem, Borde said, “There are only a few cases left, remaining all auto drivers have regulated their meters.” Both Borde and Chavan emphasized on the sharing auto system while suggesting convenience for travelers. They said that the 'sharing system' should be introduced on more routes so that people can benefit from it.
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