Public Administration

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ET81 :: Injured innocents protestors are ‘collateral damage’

NEW DELHI: In an interview with a news channel, Delhi Police Commissioner, has mentioned that all injured public in the protest on Sunday are basically “collateral damage“. Scores of innocent people and media personnel were injured in the multiple lathicharge orders. Neeraj Kumar said “There is always collateral damage in a crackdown,” without any remorse and apologies for … Continue reading

ET 80 :: Nine Metro stations were closed on 25th Dec to curb Protests

New Delhi: Delhi Police knows only one way to curb protest. Curb the transportation for them. As per a Police directive, 9 Metro stations in Central Delhi remained closed on Tuesday, 25th December, in order to prevent protesters from reaching India Gate. The stations were: Rajiv Chowk, Pragati Maidan, Mandi House, Barakhamba Road, Rajiv Chowk, Patel … Continue reading

ET77 :: Delhi Police :: Expired Tears!!

The Delhi Police is incompetent is now not a mystery, with them on full show on Sunday. The  manner in which they handled the protests at India Gate on 23rd Dec 2012 was proof enough. In response to the protests against the Gang Rape in Delhi on Sunday, Delhi Police used tear gas to disperse … Continue reading

ET75 :: Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit hates to call Delhi the ‘Rape Capital’

New Delhi: While a young woman is fighting for her life in a Delhi hospital after a horrific and brutal  gang-raped on an un-monitored and now “licence cancelled” Delhi bus, Sheila Dikshit say she is unhappy with this tag. In an interview to a news TV, Delhi’s Chief Minister has said candidly, that though she … Continue reading

ET72 :: Unparalleled Impudence : Lalit Bhanot, Suspended IOA secretary flouts IOC orders

BANGALORE: In a daring defiance of the IOC’s (International Olympic Committee) orders, arrested, tainted and now on bail, Lalit Bhanot took over as the secretary-general of the suspended Indian Olympic Association (IOA). He has also begun making official correspondence with all national sports federations on two upcoming major international multi-sport events. Suresh Kalmadi, Commonwealth scam … Continue reading

ET71 :: Apathetical Laws :: Delhi gang-rape: Bus driver has refused to take part in identification parade

The main accused in the gang-rape, bus driver Ram Singh, has actually refused to undergo a test identification parade. This forces the police to base this case against him and his co-accused on forensic evidence only. It has been noted that out of the four arrested for the brutal gang-rape of the 23 year old Medical … Continue reading

ET69 :: Negligence after power cut – Two infants die in a J&K hospital

Baramulla:Two infants are known to have died in a hospital run by the government in Baramulla district in Jammu and Kashmir. It is alleged that this happened due to non-availability of electricity for more than two hours. The families of the infants have alleged that their babies had been on ventilator support when the power … Continue reading

ET64 :: The Norway nightmare continues in Bengal

Kolkata: Sagarika Bhattacharya and Anurup Bhattacharya’s kids are still separated from their parents. The couple were arrested in Norway last may for child rights abuse as per the Norway child protection agency. While the estranged father is continuing to work in Norway,  their nightmare of Norway has been revived back in India. Sagarika has since come back … Continue reading

ET61 :: Four patients die in the ICU of a trauma centre in Delhi as the oxygen supply fails

NEW DELHI: Hours before a mega drill began across the capital to check the city’s preparedness for medical emergencies, four patients in the ICU of the state-run Sushruta Trauma Centre in north Delhi died because the oxygen supply suddenly stopped. The blame game has begun and someone is on the verge of being crucified due to someone … Continue reading

ET58:: Indian couple convicted in Norway for alleged child abuse

The Norway  authorities have now sentenced the Indian Couple. The court awarded 15-month jail to Anupama Vallabhaneni and sentenced her husband, Chandrasekhar, to 18 month in jail. TamachaView  Its a shame that the Norway laws do not consider the fact that there are small children who are going to be devoid of parental attention if the … Continue reading

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