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To enable a Digital Life,t want to give it to you, said one frustrated flunkey with a nervous backward glance Those who become advisors to Rahul and strut about the corridors of power as his loyalists are usually those of the Jairam Ramesh kind who see visionary qualities in banal statements Having said thisI feel obliged to add that some of the greatest sycophants of the Dynasty are in the media and in the ranks of our top industrialists Leftist commentators in the media went on national television to pronounce after Rahuls tear up the ordinance and throw it away speech that he was signalling a revolt against his mothers policies A generational changethey gushedwas in the offing This emboldened him to announce gleefully at all his public rallies that he was proud of what he had done even if Mummy had advised him to choose his words better The prize for ultimatevomit-making sycophancy goes to the captains of Indian industry After listening to the young princes confused and inchoate speech at the CII meeting some months agothe tallest of our industrialists went on television to say that they had never in their lives heard a more brilliant political speech Is it any wonder that Rahul now sounds more and more like a man who is very pleased with himself IncidentallyRahuls response to this sick-making sycophancy has been to tell rich Indians that the next government will be a government of young people and the poor He has said on more than one occasion that in future policies will not be made to please industrialists To put it less politely he has told rich Indians that they and their businesses can go to hell for all that he cares What more can be said other than that no group of Indians deserves to be insulted in this fashion more than the captains of Indian industry It is their fault that nobody spoke up even when major economic mistakes were made Follow Tavleen Singh on Twitter @ tavleen_singh For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsIn an encounter in Gatipora village of Shopian district on Monday Jammu and Kashmir security forces killed one terrorist while three others are believed to be trapped according to media reports Accordingto ANI the terrorist killed in the encounter has been identified asAbid and is said to be a member of Hizbul Mujahideen #Visuals One Hizb-ul-Mujahideen terrorist killed in encounter between security forces & terrorists; encounter underway (Visuals deferred) pictwittercom/Tj4xxK5wN6 — ANI (@ANI) October 9 2017 Times Now reported that the area has been cordoned off as the gun battle between the terrorists and government forces is still going on When the security forces closed on the house in which the militants were hiding the militants opened fire at them triggering a gunfight "One militant has been killed in this ongoing operation so far Initial reports said two to three militants were hiding in the house" a police official said Earlier in the day in a similar operation Jammu and Kashmir’s security forces killed top Jaish-e-Mohammed militant commander Umer Khalid in Ladoora area of North Kashmir A search operation for Khalid turned into a gun battle when the militants opened fire on the search party the police said adding that more troops were rushed to the area to prevent the militants from escaping Director General of Jammu and Kashmir Police SP Vaid said it was a major breakthrough for the security forces as Khalid was involved in many attacks on security camps in North Kashmir as well as targeting policemen in particular "He was killed in a joint operation by the Jammu and Kashmir Police’s Special Operation Group local police the CRPF and the Army" he said Khalid who was a Pakistani national had been operational in the area for last two to three years and was also instrumental in arranging recruits for the terror outfit police said With inputs from agencies Written by Chinmayi Arun | Published: June 26 2013 4:44 am Related News The domestic surveillance regime in India lacks adequate safeguards A petition has just been filed in the Indian Supreme Courtseeking safeguards for our right to privacy against US surveillancein view of the PRISM controversy Howeverwe should also look closer homeat the Indian governments Central Monitoring System (CMS) and other related programmes The CMS facilitates direct government interception of phone calls and datadoing away with the need to justify interception requests to a third party private operator The Indian governmentlike the US governmenthas offered the national security argument to defend its increasing intrusion into citizens privacy While this argument serves the limited purpose of explaining why surveillance cannot be eliminated altogetherit does not explain the absence of any reasonably effective safeguards Instead of protecting our privacy rights from the domestic and international intrusions made possible by technological developmentour government is working on leveraging technology to violate privacy with greater efficiency The CMS infrastructure facilitates large-scale state surveillance of private communicationwith very little accountability The dangers of this have been illustrated throughout history Although we do have a constitutional right to privacy in Indiathe procedural safeguards created by our lawmakers thus far offer us very little effective protection of this right We owe the few safeguards that we have to the intervention of the Supreme Court of Indiain PUCL vs Union of India and Another In the context of phone tapping under the Telegraph Actthe court made it clear that the right to privacy is protected under the right to life and personal liberty under Article 21 of the Constitution of Indiaand that telephone tapping would also intrude on the right to freedom of speech and expression under Article 19 The court therefore ruled that there must be appropriate procedural safeguards to ensure that the interception of messages and conversation is fairjust and reasonable Since lawmakers had failed to create appropriate safeguardsthe Supreme Court suggested detailed safeguards in the interim We must bear in mind that these were suggested in the absence of any existing safeguardsand that they were framed in 1996after which both communication technology and good governance principles have evolved considerably The safeguards suggested by the Supreme Court focus on internal executive oversight and proper record-keeping as the means to achieving some accountability For exampleinterception orders are to be issued by the home secretaryand to later be reviewed by a committee consisting of the cabinet secretarythe law secretary and the secretary of telecommunications (at the Central or state levelas the case may be) Records are to be kept of details such as the communications intercepted and all the persons to whom the material has been disclosed Both the Telegraph Act and the more recent Information Technology Act have largely adopted this framework to safeguard privacy It ishoweverfar from adequate in contemporary times It disempowers citizens by relying heavily on the executive to safeguard individuals constitutional rights Additionallyit burdens senior civil servants with the responsibility of evaluating thousands of interception requests without considering whether they will be left with sufficient time to properly consider each interception order The extreme inadequacy of this framework becomes apparent when it is measured against the safeguards recommended in the recent report on the surveillance of communication by Frank La Ruethe United Nations special rapporteur on the promotion and protection of the right to freedom of speech and expression These safeguards include the following: individuals should have the legal right to be notified that they have been subjected to surveillance or that their data has been accessed by the state; states should be transparent about the use and scope of communication surveillance powersand should release figures about the aggregate surveillance requestsincluding a break-up by service providerinvestigation and purpose; the collection of communications data by the statemust be monitored by an independent authority The safeguards recommended by the special rapporteur would not undermine any legitimate surveillance by the state in the interests of national security They wouldhoweveroffer far better means to ensure that the right to privacy is not unreasonably violated The emphasis placed by the special rapporteur on transparencyaccountability and independent oversight is importantbecause our state has failed to recognise that in a democracycitizens must be empowered as far as possible to demand and enforce their rights Their rights cannot rest completely in the hands of civil servantshowever senior There is no excuse for refusing to put these safeguards in placeand making our domestic surveillance regime transparent and accountablein compliance with our constitutional and international obligations The writer is research directorCentre for Communication GovernanceNational Law UniversityDelhi [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Goa (panaji) | Updated: November 27 2016 5:53 pm Tiger Zinda Hai is a remake of Ali Abbas Zafar directorial Ek Tha Tiger Related News His last film Sultan with Salman Khan went on to become one of the biggest blockbusters and nowdirector Ali Abbas Zafar says he feels the pressure to deliver a hit again with the superstars’ forthcoming “Tiger Zinda Hai” The movie is a sequel to “Ek Tha Tiger” which was the biggest hit of Salman at the time of it’s release in 2012 While the first part was helmed by Kabir Khan the second installment will be directed by Ali The filmmaker says there is a certain pressure to live upto the 50-year-old actor’s trust apart from taking the franchise forward “The main pressure is when you get the chance to work with that star again you need to up your game You need to tell a story which is more relevant today That’s important” Ali said “Not only for anything else but also if that star kind of trusts you so much to do something new to him explore him in a newer way Also the fact is that it is a big franchise it was a big hit So there is always a pressure to take that franchise ahead” “Ek Tha Tiger” chronicled the story of an Indian spy (RAW) code-named Tiger who falls in love with a Pakistani spy during an investigation Ali says the sequel will again be set against political backdrop talking about India’s position in the world “It is a sequel but it’s too early to talk about it in detail It’s a political espionage It’s about spies what is happening in the world today where does India stand what is right wrong It’s about all of that” Also read |Katrina Kaif to train in action for Salman Khan’s Tiger ZindaHai Tiger Zinda Hai also stars Katrina Kaif who was also their in the first film While there were reports that the “Baar Baar Dekho” actress will be seen in a strong negative role Ali says Katrina will “kill” him if he doesn’t give her a meaty role “I hope I give her a strong character she will kill me if I don’t She is my best friend I hope there are strong characters (in the film)” From Katrina’s role in “Mere Brother ki Dulhan” to Anushka Sharma’s in Sultan the women characters in Ali’s films have always been strong The director says he is immensely inspired by women around him and hence such strong female characters trickle down in his work More from the world of Entertainment: “I have always seen strong women around me be it my mother she was a teacher she held the house and worked Women who have opinions and stick to their grounds In India all our goddesses are women It’s a country of strong women It is just that we don’t see it that way because of our shortcoming It’s high time for India to realise that and create characters which are as stronger as men and take it from there” He was speaking at the 47th International Film Festival of India (IFFI) For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related News5 million pounds ($3. 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from Iran, 2016 8:43 am Prime Minister Narender Modi with Iranian President Hassan Rouhani, having realised heart transplant was the only solution, With PTI inputs For all the latest DO NOT USE West Bengal News,” said Mumbai team’s head coach Alexandre Guimaraes. either to write it off or to reschedule payment. which concluded that she died because of hanging.
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