“The prime minister of Australia acted to firmly entrench in the national psyche not only that Australian Muslims are not to be trusted, but that Islam and Muslims are complicit in the ‘death-cult’ ISIL.”
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov has accused the United States of plunging the West Asia into chaos and fuelling the rise of extremists because of its drive to dominate the world. Lavrov levelled the fierce criticism of Washington’s policies at a special UN Security Council debate on maintaining international peace and security. The Russian foreign minister cited the US-led air strikes in Syria, the 2003 invasion of Iraq and the 2011 military intervention in Libya as examples of violations of the fundamental principles of the United Nations. Lavrov told the 15-member council that all of this is the result of attempts to dominate global affairs, to rule over all, everywhere, to use military force unilaterally to push one’s interests.
He said, these have plunged the West Asia and North Africa into instability and chaos, and to a large extent have created a breeding ground in which extremists thrive. The foreign minister also spoke of unsavoury methods being used such as regime change and open support for the unconstitutional state coup in Ukraine a year ago. Russia has repeatedly accused the United States and its western allies of having engineered the ouster of pro-Kremlin Ukrainian leader Viktor Yanukovych, which triggered the separatist upheaval in Crimea and east Ukraine. Lavrov spoke to the council as Ukraine accused pro-Russia rebels of massing forces near the port city of Mariupol despite a ceasefire agreement reached between Ukraine, Russia, France and Germany.
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I therefore pray the learned Judiciary to play the role of a watch dog for the Parliament and the State Assemblies, a responsibility that all the worthy Constitutions of the world have bestowed on their learned Judiciaries.
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I pledge my commitment to Australia and its people; whose democratic beliefs I share; whose rights and liberties I respect; and whose laws I will uphold and obey.
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Travel at ease with the AirAsia Asean Pass!Highly anticipated AirAsia Asean Pass is now available for sale on www.airasia.com
BANGKOK, 23 February 2015 – AirAsia introduced the “AirAsia Asean Pass” and the “AirAsia Asean Pass+” in an effort to boost travel by making traveling within the region a seamless experience. The passes are available from today at www.airasia.com, with the AirAsia Asean Pass retailing at RM499 for 10 credits and AirAsia Asean Pass+ for RM888 with 20 credits.
The co-founders of AirAsia; Tan Sri Tony Fernandes and Datuk Kamarudin Meranun announced the development of this product at the ASEAN Business Advisory Council Malaysia Conference held in Kuala Lumpur in November last year.
AirAsia Group CEO Tony Fernandes said, “As a truly Asean airline, we are extremely proud to introduce the AirAsia Asean Pass, which is a product specifically designed to further liberalize and encourage travel among the Asean community. The pass allows us to bridge communities and attract more foreign tourists to the region- it’s the perfect instrument to promote Asean integration.”
“We are constantly enhancing the way guests fly with us and the AirAsia Asean Pass is another innovation that we have put in place to make flying more efficient and enjoyable. We are working on additional enhancements that will further benefit guests traveling from non Asean destinations.”
Holders of the AirAsia Asean Pass and the AirAsia Asean Pass+ can enjoy flights at a fixed-rate to over 148 routes across all 10 Asean countries. Acting like a single currency, it diminishes the hassle of different foreign exchange rates as flights are valued according to credits, allowing guests to be creative in planning their ideal trip through Asean.
Flights with duration of below two hours are valued at 1 credit, while flights of two hours and above are valued at 3 credits. No processing fee applies for flight redemptions using the AirAsia Asean Pass and Asean Pass+. Airport charges/tax and other fees will be payable separately. The pass can also be purchased as a gift for another traveller.
The AirAsia Asean Pass and Asean Pass+ credits are redeemable for travel with AirAsia Malaysia (AK), Thai AirAsia (FD), AirAsia Indonesia (QZ) and Philippines AirAsia (Z2) to Asean destinations only.
For a detailed list of flights redeemable with the AirAsia Asean Pass and Asean Pass+ and other applicable terms and conditions, guests may refer to the airline’s website at www.airasia.com.
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The top leadership of Afghan Taliban has given an approval to begin a brand new round of peace negotiations with the Afghanistan government, sources told BBC on Sunday.
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Anirban Lahiri etches his name on Indian Open trophy with playoff win over SSP Chawrasia
Lahiri’;s 2nd European Tour win in three weeks could take him close to top-30 in the world
New Delhi, February 22, 2015: India’;s Anirban Lahiri sealed his second European Tour title in three weeks as he defeated compatriot SSP Chawrasia in a playoff at the Delhi Golf Club to etch his name on the coveted Indian Open trophy. Anirban came home the winner after sinking a long birdie putt during the playoff. Lahiri and Chawrasia had earlier ended the regulation 72 holes with identical totals of seven-under-277.
Anirban’;s win, the first by an Indian at the Indian Open in six years, is likely to propel him from his current world ranking of 39 to somewhere close to the top-30. The prolific Lahiri became the eighth Indian winner of the Indian Open and it was the 11th occasion that the tournament was won by an Indian. It was also the 68th international title won by an Indian.
Lahiri (73-65-70-69), who was overnight tied sixth, posted a tenacious two-under-69 on a high-scoring day even as overnight leader Chawrasia (65-67-69-76) struggled in the blustery conditions to return with a disappointing five-over-76.
Lahiri, who started the day seven shots behind Chawrasia, took advantage of the latter’s stuttering form when he turned in 34 before trading one birdie against one bogey on the back nine. But it was a magical chip-in par on the 17th hole which kept him in the title race.
Chawrasia scrambled through the day as a result of the blustery conditions. He found the bushes on two occasions and also missed the greens a few times that led to his five bogeys and a double-bogey. He could only manage two birdies in the final round.
Both players finished on seven-under-277 in regulation play and returned to the 18th hole for the playoff where Lahiri sealed the win with a birdie from inside 10-feet. Chawrasia’s title hopes faded when his tee shot landed under thick branches.
The victory accounted for Lahiri’s seventh Asian Tour title and second European Tour win. The 27-year-old from Bangalore playing in his rookie season on the European Tour, who had just two weeks back lifted the Maybank Malaysian Open trophy, is now ranked second in the European Tour Race to Dubai. Anirban’s 15th career title also made him the second Indian to record multiple victories in the same European Tour season following Jeev Milkha Singh in 2006.
“The new Hero Indian Open winner? That has a nice ring to it. I’m shocked. I really didn’t think that I will be in this position considering the way S.S.P. and Siddikur have been playing. I thought all of us were playing for third,” said Lahiri, who registered his fourth playoff win at the DGC.
“This has been a childhood dream so it is very special to keep the Indian Open trophy at home. Every Indian puts winning the Indian Open on their bucket list. I couldn’t have asked for a better day,” smiled Lahiri, who is the first local to win the Indian Open since C Muniyappa’s victory in 2009.
“It was a tough day with the wind switching its direction and the tricky pin positions. But that chip-in was crucial. I didn’t want to come down 18, needing to eagle it. Even when I played 18 in regulation play, I thought I needed to birdie it. That chip-in was easily the shot of the day. It was magical when it went in,” said Lahiri.
He added, “This win will boost my world ranking and open a lot of doors for me. I have a very good chance of playing The Masters now.”
Chawrasia, a two-time European Tour winner, was gracious in defeat despite finishing second for the fourth time in his National Open. He settled for runner-up in 1999, 2006 and 2013.
“It’s been a great week and I played well for three days and had some bad shots in the final round but it’s ok. The problem today was the wind. It was gusting a lot and made it very difficult,” he explained.
“I am proud of myself for hanging in there to make the playoff and there is always a next time. Anirban is a great friend and he played well to win the playoff. I’m playing well and hopefully it continues like this.”
PGTI member Mithun Perera of Sri Lanka enjoyed his best result in 2015 when he posted a 69 to share third place alongside Thailand’s Prayad Marksaeng (71), Marcus Fraser (72) of Australia and Joakim Lagergren (69) of Sweden at six-under-278.
Md Siddikur Rahman of Bangladesh made it four PGTI members in the top-10 as he claimed tied seventh place at five-under-279. He had a final round of five-over-76.
Among the other Indians in the field, Shubhankar Sharma and Jyoti Randhawa finished tied 17th at one-under-283, while Rashid Khan, Manav Jaini and Jeev Milkha Singh were a further shot back in tied 24th.
Arjun Atwal and Chikkarangappa shared 31st place at one-over-285. Mukesh Kumar was in joint 35th at two-over-286 and Amardip Sinh Malik, Kapil Kumar and Chiragh Kumar were a shot behind in tied 39th.
Om Prakash Chouhan was tied 50th at five-over-289, Angad Cheema was tied 63rd at eight-over-292 and Shiv Kapur ended in 68th place at 10-over-294.
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87th Oscar awards ceremony begins in Los Angles
The 87th Annual Academy Awards or the Oscars are being held at Hollywood’s 3,300-seat Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles today. Among the awards announced, black-and-white Polish film ‘Ida’ has bagged the award for the best foreign language film. The movie was directed by Pawel Pawlikowski.
The Phone Call won the Oscar for Best Live Action Short Film. The best supporting actor award was bagged by JK Simmons for the film, Whiplash. Patricia Arquette claimed the best supporting actress award for the movie, ‘Boyhood’.
Crisis Hotline: Veterans Press 1 has bagged the award for the best documentary short subject.
23 02 2015
The first session of the sixth Delhi Legislative Assembly is beginning today. During the two-day session, a senior member of the House will be nominated as the pro- tem Speaker for administering the oath to the newly elected MLAs. The Speaker and the Deputy Speaker for the assembly will also be elected during the two-day sitting. Delhi Lieutenant Governor Najeeb Jung will address the House tomorrow.
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The budget session of Parliament is beginning today. The session will begin with President Pranab Mukherjee’s address to members of both houses of Parliament. Important legislations which are scheduled to be tabled during the session are bills replacing ordinances on raising the foreign investment limit in insurance, auctioning coal mines and changing the rules of land acquisition.
The budget session includes 44 items of financial, legislative and non-legislative business.
The Juvenile Justice (Care and protection of Children) Bill, The Labour Code on Wages Bill , The small factories (regulation of employment and condition of services) Bill, and The Labour Code on Industrial Relations Bill will also come up during the session.
Meanwhile, the Government has sought cooperation from party leaders in both the Houses for smooth functioning of the session. Prime Minister Narendra Modi has said that the people of the country look at the budget session with lots of hopes and expectations. He said yesterday that it is the collective responsibility of all parties and leaders to enable the people fulfill their hopes and aspirations through proper functioning of both the Houses of Parliament.
He was addressing a meeting of the leaders of various parties in both the Houses which was convened by the Government for mutual consultations on the Budget session. Mr Modi assured the leaders that all the issues and concerns raised by them will be discussed in an appropriate manner keeping in view their importance and priority.
Parliamentary Affairs Minister Venkaiah Naidu also sought cooperation from all party leaders in both the Houses of Parliament for smooth functioning of the Budget session. He said that this session will focus on financial matters, general budget, railway budget and the next priority will be given to legislate the Ordinances.
He said that the Government is ready to discuss any matter in Parliament, particularly those related to the Ordinances. Mr Naidu also said that he met Congress president Sonia Gandhi yesterday morning and requested her to extend support to run the Parliament smoothly.
The Congress has made it clear that it will not support any anti-people legislation in the Budget session. After the meeting, Leader of Opposition in the Rajya Sabha, Ghulam Nabi Azad said, the party will not support the government on any ordinances, or bills, which are not going to help the farmers or the downtrodden.
AIR correspondent reports, over thirty leaders from both the Houses expressed their views with most of them highlighting the need for smooth functioning of Parliament to enable discussion on all issues of concern both for the Government and the Opposition.
Lok Sabha Speaker Sumitra Mahajan also held a meeting of leaders of parties in the house last evening to ensure its smooth functioning. The first part of the budget session will continue till March 20. The second part will commence after a month-long recess from April 20 and conclude on May 8. The Rail Budget will be presented on February 26th, Economic Survey on February 27th and General Budget on February 28th.
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Anna Hazare to sit on protest in Delhi against Land acquisition Ordinance
Veteran social activist Anna Hazare will sit on a protest at Jantar Mantar from today against the ordinance on Land Acquisition Bill. A group of farmers who began marching from Palwal in Haryana on Friday will join Hazare at the venue tomorrow to demand withdrawal of amendments to the Land Acquisition, Rehabilitation and Resettlement Act, 2013. Ekta Parishad, who organized the march, said the group has already reached Badkal in Faridabad.
While the government claimed that the amendments are aimed at speeding up development projects, Hazare has condemned the move saying it will end up benefitting corporates. Activists Rajendra Singh, Aruna Roy, Medha Patekar, P V Rajagopalan and former RSS ideologue K Govindacharya are also likely to join Hazare.
23 02 2015
In Bangladesh, the death toll in the ferry which capsized in river Padma in Manikganj on the Paturia-Daulatdia route has risen to 41. The ferry carrying at least 200 passengers was hit by a fertilizer-laden cargo vessel yesterday. Local people with boats and trawlers joined the rescue and salvage operation soon after the tragedy struck. At least 90 people were either rescued or swam to shore. AIRcorrespondent reports that a Bangladesh Inland Water Transport Corporation boat, which reached the spot last night, is working on pulling up the capsized vessel.
The 41 victims included 7 children and a six-month old infant. 65 passengers are still missing. Rescue operations by the Navy, Coast guard, Fire Service and Bangladesh Inland Water Transport Corporation were going on till late last night..Manikganj Deputy Commissioner Rashida Ferdous said the ferry was packed beyond capacity. The shipping Ministry has formed 2 Committees to probe the incident and asked them to submit their reports within 15 days. The tragedy has occurred hardly six months after a double-decker ferry sunk in the same river at Mawa killing over 100 passengers.
February22, 2015 (C) Ravinder Singh firstname.lastname@example.org
When Macau earn $27.8b Foreign Tourist Dollars India earns just half
$14.2b  India is also Worst in Tourism like in Patents or
Manufacturing in world.
PICNIC TOURISM – In the absence of Tourism Facilities or Affordability
Foods of Quality Tourists often travel with Cooks and Carry Ration for
the entire journey or carry Home Cooked foods to tourist destinations
and leave behind garbage. Beaches in India are Picnic Spots than
recreation and relaxation sites, people go for Walk & Food. TOURISM
DEVELOPMENT IN INDIA IS $1000B OPPORTUNITY BY 2025.
Even Delhi in absence of Dining Rooms Office Workers in Lunch time eat
their foods in public Lawns and Parks.
Tourism in India is Completely Misunderstood – Pack foreigners in
Volvo Buses at 5PM and take them to Kullu & Manali mainly for Cool
Climate Hills & Snow as attractions and back and nothing much has
changed since 1969 when I visited Kashmir for 14 days – We used to
leave for important destinations like Gulmurg in the morning and
return in the evening. The 5-6 hour Bus Ride on bumpy highways was
like torture in a Stone Crusher. Mountains, Cold Clean Air & Water
Streams, Pine Trees, Grasses and trekking passages were all the
Tourism Offerings. Walk around and boating in Dal Lake were the
Routine Options for tourists in the evening.
Switzerland has many thousands Hotels, Motels, Cottages, 5500
kilometer of Trains, Trams, Ski Resorts, Dams & Lakes, Sports &
Recreation Facilities Everywhere, Convention Centers, Even Farms and
Food Factories making Cheese or Wines are tourist attractions.
Historical places are Locked at 5PM, there are no Clubs or Sports
facilities forget Casinos in Delhi the capital city. Even Five Star
Hotels offer just Swimming Pools, Gym and Meeting and Conference
facilities – have more parking space than playgrounds. Foods and
Drinks are very Expensive in Hotels cost more than room rent. A can of
Beer cost over $1 minimum to over $2.5 at retail shops more than
Bottle of Wine or Whisky, which cost like Soft Drinks in Top Tourist
countries. When water quality in India is poor should have cheap Soft
Drinks, Juices and Beer.
There are no Public Transport for Tourists in national capital like
Trams when roads are considered unsafe at night – Five Stars Hotels
neglect tourists didn’t provide Hotel to Metro Connecting Service
which is exclusive to India may be because our regulations don’t
insist on providing connecting service. Even Road Signs are not
Tourist Friendly – In USA all main roads have Numbers and directions
Worst of all Indian Five Star Hotels offers Expensive Foreign Brand
Outlets of Designer Garments or Watches as Shopping Experience than
reasonably priced High Quality Indian Handicrafts.
Trains are lifeline of Tourism in countries like India where roads are
not well developed and safe but unfortunately all trains are Over
Crowded – 90% of Train Coaches are RE-Conditioned Jerky and Stinking.
India boasts of just one Heritage Train forgetting Shan-E-Punjab was
introduced as Special Intercity Express that was Fastest, Had Special
Interiors and Music System playing Gubani, is now slowest Super Fast
Train has 30 years old coaches Reconditioned coaches.
First originating train to Amritsar leaves Delhi at 6:50AM, reach Holy
City at 2:30PM there is no time to visit other attractions after visit
to Golden Temple. Shatabdi Express is slightly fast but departs later
at 7:30AM so time saving is not much advantage but reservation is
difficult all year unless made a week in advance. Petitioning for 20
years to Operate Shatabdi Express to 6AM has not been accepted till
India already has Rail Coach Manufactory Capacity to Produce 12,000
Coaches annually can replace all Old Coaches in 4-5 years with new
Lighter and Faster and Double Deck Coaches including Air-Conditioned
Metro Coaches that can replace Mumbai Suburban Trains and replace
DEMUs and MEMUs wherever passengers can afford Rs.20 for 25 kilometer
More than 20,000 Dams and Lake in India either don’t provide any
Recreation or Few Boats only. Dams & Lake in USA or Switzerland
attract more tourists than all of India.
Tourists in India on way to Hills or some tourist destinations stop on
way and spend some time in the river beds and on rocks. Some are
washed away in flash floods or Dam releases.
1. Railways to ‘Undertake Program to Replace All 10Yr+ Coaches’.
2. Convert all Intercity Trains serving Heritage City in to Heritage
Trains – 10% of Trains to be Heritage Trains promoting Art & Culture
3. Free 50 Coach Trains for Poor. IR may introduce FREE Trains for
Poor Labor that generally travel in Scheduled Reserved Trains which
may stop on Well Connected locations than Stations.
4. Beer & Wine should cost at par with Cold Drinks and Juices by
eliminating or reducing taxes. Promote PUB culture where people can
meet and play and enjoy drinks.
5. Promote Budget Five Star Hotels on National Highways or at Storage
Dams on 10 Acres or larger Sites with Recreation Facilities.
6. Zero Tax on Shops in Hotels Selling Authentic Indian Products.
Duty Free Shopping of Indian Made Handicrafts at all Airports.
7. GoI to RECOVER Rs.50,00,000 Crores Loaned to Corporate That
Created No Jobs or Economic Gain to Fund TOURISM, FOOD PROCESSING, R&D
to Serve World Market.
8. GOI to Expeditiously build MULTI-PURPOSE DAMS and All Dams be
converted to Recreation Tourism Purpose also.
9. GOI should promote 10 Disneyland like Theme Parks in top 10 Bigget Cities.
10. 50 New Tourism Cities in India around Heritage Sites. Punjab
alone may have 6 Tourist Cities. Amritsar, Anandpur Sahib, Kartarpur,
Sarhind, and Tarn Taran.
Ravinder Singh, Inventor & Consultant, INNOVATIVE TECHNOLOGIES AND PROJECTS
Petroleum Prices $3b Per Month Scam – Rs.2,00,000 Cr/Yr
February21, 2015 (C) Ravinder Singh email@example.com
When the GOI own stats show 37.46% lower imports in the month of January2015 or $5b lesser expenditure on Crude Oil Imports in just one month is annualized savings of $60b to $65b or nearly Rs.400,000 crores at input to Refineries Level – difference could more at Retail Level.
Even if we assume 37.46% drop in RETAIL prices the difference is Rs.26 per liter but actual reduction is barely 13% to 15% or Rs.10 per liter.
But 22% difference in Petroleum Prices no passed on to Consumers resulted in $13.187b or $3b per month.
C. CRUDE OIL AND NON-OIL IMPORTS:
Oil imports during January, 2015 were valued at US $ 8247.65 million which was 37.46 per cent lower than oil imports valued at US $ 13187.76 million in the corresponding period last year. Oil imports during April-January, 2014-15 were valued at US $ 124747.13 million which was 7.87 per cent lower than the oil imports of US $135396.32 million in the corresponding period last year.
Ravinder Singh, Inventor & Consultant, INNOVATIVE TECHNOLOGIES AND PROJECTS
Y-77, Hauz Khas, New Delhi-110016, India. Ph; 091- 9718280435, 9650421857
Ravinder Singh* is a WIPO awarded inventor specializing in Power, Transportation,
Water, Energy Saving, Agriculture, Manufacturing, Technologies and Project
21 02 2015
Ukraine President Petro Poroshenko signed a law ratifying the creation of a joint military unit with Poland and Lithuania. This unit is set to carry out tasks which have been given a UN Security Council mandate.
“The Agreement provides for the establishment of joint Ukrainian-Polish-Lithuanian military unit and determines the general purpose, principles of activity, decision-making process, security guarantees and other organizational measures related to the activity of the brigade,” the Ukrainian president’s official website says.
The brigade is to become a UN and EU peacekeeping force. Other states can join it under joint invitation from the three states.The Ukrainian commitment is planned at 545 soldiers, according to the country’s defense ministry. Poland and Lithuania were expected to contribute up to 3,800 and 350 servicemen respectively. The funding will be separate for each country’s contingent and it will be provided by the governments of the participants. The HQ is going to be situated in Lublin in Eastern Poland.The defense ministers of the three countries agreed to form the unit last September in Warsaw, and plan to conduct the first joint military drill in 2015. Ukraine’s parliament ratified it on February 4.
The idea to create a joint Ukrainian-Polish-Lithuanian brigade was first put forward in 2007, when the three states decided to establish a joint battalion.
A year later, a more ambitious plan of assembling an entire brigade of Ukrainian, Lithuanian, and Polish troops was put forward.
21 02 2015
“Nobody should have any illusions that it’s possible to achieve military superiority over Russia-Putin
Defender of the Fatherland Day is an annual holiday in Russia celebrated on February 23. The holiday honors those who serve or have served in the military. It is also often referred to as Men’s Day (though the Russian military do not exclusively consist of men) to act as a counterpart to International Women’s Day on March 8.
According to Putin, a lot has been done in the country in recent years to improve the effectiveness of the military administration.
“A large-scale program of rearming the Army and Navy is being successfully implemented, which includes an active development of the aerospace and nuclear forces. This is the guaranty of global parity,” the president said, adding that he will do everything in his power for the military’s potential to keep growing.
Russia will always find an adequate response to any pressure coming from the outside, Russian President Vladimir Putin said during a gala-show ahead of the upcoming Defender of the Fatherland Day, which honors those who served in the armed forces.
“Nobody should have any illusions that it’s possible to achieve military superiority over Russia – or put it under some sort of pressure – as we’ll always have an adequate response to such reckless schemes,” Putin told the audience.
The President said that Russian “soldiers and officers have proven that they are ready to act decisively, coherently, professionally and courageously, performing the most difficult unconventional tasks, as befits a modern, experienced, combat-ready army, which values its traditions and military duty.”
Aam Aadmi Party has issued the following statement on the issue of arrests made in connection with leakage of documents from the petroleum ministry.
The arrests of some clerical staff and mediators in connection with the attempts to leak documents from the crucial petroleum ministry exposes how corporate-officials-politician nexus operates in the corridors of power under the Narendra Modi government. Instead of getting to the bottom of the case, the government seems to be brushing the matter under the carpet by making some lower ranking employees and go-betweens escape goats.
The investigation in the case defies basic logic that the police has so far failed to identify the end beneficiary. The Aam Aadmi party sincerely hopes that the culprits, who subverted the system to get undue benefits will be booked and interrogated in custody.
During earlier BJP regime, in 1998, V Balasubramaniam, a top official of the Reliance Industries Limited was arrested by the CBI under the same circumstances and under official secrets Act, but then too the investigations failed to see the light of the day. The corporate honchos still remain free and away from law.
Now media reports suggest that Essar Group and Reliance Group companies are behind this act. We demand that instead of only booking low ranking employees and go-betweens, the police should take the investigation to a logical end.
We also demand that the government should not allow the mighty and powerful accused to influence the probe and repeat offenders of corporate espionage should be blacklisted from government dealings.
Media reports also suggest that classified papers from coal and power ministries have also been recovered from the possession of the accused. It clearly shows that the nexus is deeper than it looks at this point and many more people seem to be involved. Only a thorough and independent probe can bring out the truth and nail the culprits.
AAP Media Cell