HOODWINKING THE LAW!

DailyPost 1842 HOODWINKING THE LAW! If the prospective accused in this country have a little knowledge of law, they would not have taken law, investigative and judicial processes in such a cavalier manner. The understanding

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IS CRIMINALITY OUR POLITICAL DNA?

DailyPost 1841 IS CRIMINALITY OUR POLITICAL DNA? From the tirade against the political parties, for the first time, by a publicly known Chief Election Commissioner, T N Seshan to recent remarks by a bench headed

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PUBLIC DOMAIN INVESTIGATION SOPs

DailyPost 1840 PUBLIC DOMAIN INVESTIGATION SOPs Over the last week, the whole country has been embroiled in understanding the nitty gritty of the well-established law and procedure. The social media and its well-established brethren, the electronic

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INVESTIGATION LESS INDIA

DailyPost 1839 INVESTIGATION LESS INDIA If all registered cases in this country are investigated on the touchstone of the statute in word and spirit, would the face of this country be different? We are not

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OF POLICE AND POLITICIANS…

DailyPost 1837 OF POLICE AND POLITICIANS… If the route to political glory or recognition goes through the Police Station, then the relationship of power play, the role of police would ever remain intriguing and fascinating. There

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HAVE WE LOST POLICING ON THE WAY…

DailyPost 1836 HAVE WE LOST POLICING ON THE WAY… The quality of policing defines the quality of life of a nation. For long it has been a non-developmental head of account and it was presumed that

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APPOINTMENT LESS STATE

DailyPost 1835 APPOINTMENT LESS STATE There is a human imperative to governance and that is as complicated as the governance itself. It has long been said that if you can manage your human resources well,

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POLITICAL MAVERICKS, IGNORANCE AND EGO

DailyPost 1832 POLITICAL MAVERICKS, IGNORANCE AND EGO How do mavericks get connected to ignorance and ego? Firstly, ego and ignorance are intricately connected. Ego is inversely proportional to learning, knowledge and wisdom. The second reality is

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INDIAN POLITICS SUCKS

DailyPost 1831 INDIAN POLITICS SUCKS The existential world has everything in its fold, as in the history of kingdoms and empires we learned in our schools; art, architecture, literature, culture, science et al. All were

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THE END OF CASH!

DailyPost 1828 THE END OF CASH! The visualization and look and feel of money we all are familiar with, the currency notes and the whole world associated with it from the central bank to money

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THE ADMINISTRATIVE RIGMAROLE

DailyPost 1825 THE ADMINISTRATIVE RIGMAROLE The red tape and serpentine ways of government processes have all become a part of the people’s and country’s folklore. The digital mode of existence has certainly made some dents

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GAMING – INDIA AT A LOSS!

DaIlyPost 1823 GAMING – INDIA AT A LOSS! Whether we can call Gaming a multi-headed hydra or not, only time will decide. Every technology is a double edged sword and the response to it decides which

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BRAGGING IN BUSINESS OR

DailyPost 1821 BRAGGING IN BUSINESS OR Is bragging in business the norm? What is bragging in the first place? It is the art of tall talks, extrapolation, taking credit where the effort would have been

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CMs OF INDIA

DailyPost 1820 CMs OF INDIA The Chief Minister of a State is by far the most important position in the constitutional scheme of things of having an executive head of territory (state), with which he

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PURPOSE Vs POST

DailyPost 1818 PURPOSE Vs POST The battle of Indian bureaucracy has been in this direction for decades together. Democratic governance has a clear-cut goal; maximum good for the maximum people. It also states that the

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DEMOCRATIC TOOL BOX

DailyPost 1815 DEMOCRATIC TOOL BOX Though in principle all democracies should remain the same in the modalities of their conduct of democratic processes, it depends on what they value and what they intend to achieve. There

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I-TAX  SOFTWARE – TECHNOLOGY SANS DOMAIN

DailyPost 1812 I-TAX  SOFTWARE – TECHNOLOGY SANS DOMAIN The biggest casualty of the Indian software industry has been the software itself. The audit of the Indian software companies will throw open what software they have made

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EASY-TO-COMPREHEND VERDICTS

DailyPost 1809 EASY-TO-COMPREHEND VERDICTS Rudy Giuliani rose into prominence by the way he handled 9/11 as the Mayor of New York, later went on to become the Time Magazine Person of the Year and also wrote

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DYSFUNCTIONAL DEMOCRACY

DailyPost 1804 DYSFUNCTIONAL DEMOCRARCY Democracies have been functional and vibrant and you may call them even robust, from the point of view of the representative functioning they bring to law making and the government. Universal Adult

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THE POLITICAL WORKER

DailyPost 1801 THE POLITICAL WORKER The nondescript primary element of the Indian political and governing community has never been the recipient of limelight, which so naturally falls on its senior members. The oft quoted statement

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THE COURT GAME

DailyPost 1795 THE COURT GAME Governance in any democratic country or even in any province, has a fair idea of which of its decisions would reach the doorsteps of the judiciary. The law enforcement and

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INDIA UNDER INQUIRY!

DailyPost 1790 INDIA UNDER INQUIRY! India under inquiry can be a fair status of the governance and the nation. It has gone on for at least a few decades, sometimes a little more and at

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DEMOCRATIZATION OF INFORMATION / DATA

DailyPost 1784 DEMOCRATIZATION OF INFORMATION / DATA Democracy is the art of providing maximum good to the maximum people. Data is the biggest asset class today. Information is processed data. If democracy is devoid of

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LAW MAKERS – PAID FOR WHAT?

DailyPost 1781 LAW MAKERS – PAID FOR WHAT? No work, no pay. Job description job fit. Quality of work. Professional delivery. Performance appraisal. This is the norm for any job, for any professional, anywhere. Code

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IN PUBLIC INTEREST!

DailyPost 1775 IN PUBLIC INTEREST! If something needs to be immediately legally defined in this country, its public interest. It should be codified in the constitution of India, so that it cannot be loosely used

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INTRA-PARTY DEMOCRACY!

DailyPost 1773 INTRA-PARTY DEMOCRACY! The moot question is whether intra-party democracy and the fanning out of democracy across the nation, since independence are interconnected? How many of us believe that there is intra-party democracy in this

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THE BUREAUCRACY OF POSTINGS!

DailyPost 1772 THE BUREAUCRACY OF POSTINGS! The postings of the bureaucracy were to be routine matters with the presumption that everybody is equal and would get his due. The postings of the bureaucracy has now

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TO REGISTER OR NOT TO REGISTER!

DailyPost 1771 TO REGISTER OR NOT TO REGISTER! Whatever we might talk of the Police to reform; its real health, political interference, technology gap, fitness, soft skills, professionalism et al,  in reality  the very first

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WHEN YOU CANNOT ESTABLISH FACTS…

DailyPost 1769 WHEN YOU CANNOT ESTABLISH FACTS… When you cannot establish facts, you can’t run a democracy. When the facts are in disarray, what can you arrive at?  If there are different facts put forth

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A CALIBRATED DEMOCRACY!

DailyPost 1768 A CALIBRATED DEMOCRACY! Through thick and thin,  the functioning of democracy will remain the same  has been the vision of the framers of our constitution. It was also presumed and quite rightly so,

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CONSTITUTIONAL LOGJAMS

DailyPost 1767 CONSTITUTIONAL LOGJAMS Breakdown of constitutional machinery, all of us are aware and so are we aware of things unconstitutional. Even with clear cut provisions of the constitution and a very robust understanding of

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POLITCAL STATURE / GOVERNANCE STATURE

DailyPost 1766 POLITCAL STATURE / GOVERNANCE STATURE What really makes a marked difference in the lives of the people and of the nation is having persons with a very elevated, demonstrated Governance Stature. Governance Stature

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POLITICAL IMPONDERABLES

DailyPost 1765 POLITICAL IMPONDERABLES What most would say is that there is nothing called political imponderables. That being the case, we will start with the general premise; firstly, things which are certainly happening outside of

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WHAT PARLIAMENT HAS DELIVERED?

DailyPost 1760 WHAT PARLIAMENT HAS DELIVERED? If you ask the common man in this country what parliament has delivered, he would be completely amazed with this question. He would generally think about what is there

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TRANSFERRING PROGRESS

DailyPost 1757 TRANSFERRING PROGRESS The way things are mandated to be, in a developing democratic country by way of leadership, permanence, sustainability, vision and near perfect multidisciplinary understanding of the issue / organization and enterprise and

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SURREAL POLITICS OR POLITICAL ECHO CHAMBER

DailypPost 1755 SURREAL POLITICS OR POLITICAL ECHO CHAMBER The politics of any country should  manifest the stark reality of the country. Politics is the machine which throws the grassroot persons to the highest echelons of power,

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BIOMEDICAL WASTE

DailyPost 1751 BIOMEDICAL WASTE Quality healthcare has been talked about as a matter of right in many judicial pronouncements. Besides the quality of service being provided, the level of hygiene has been a challenge in the

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TO CALL OR NOT TO CALL?

DailyPost 1749 TO CALL OR NOT TO CALL? This was a question the Hon’ble Supreme has posed to the High Courts of the country. As far as the senior functionaries of the government are concerned,

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VIDEO ANALYTICS – TRANSFORMATIONAL CAPABILITY

DailyPost 1748 VIDEO ANALYTICS – TRANSFORMATIONAL CAPABILITY The amount of video being consumed on a regular basis for different critical activities of our existence has transformed it as the main medium of professional productive interaction. It

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THE JARGONS OF INDIA 1

DailyPost 1746 THE JARGONS OF INDIA 1 Within a few jargons we have limited the narrative of the nation. That is the style and only that is the substance as well. The language you use and

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THE CABINETS OF INDIA!

DailyPost 1745 THE CABINETS OF INDIA! The top management of India Inc. and of the states are the cabinets created at the end of the general and state elections. They combined are called the government for

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UNIFORMITY OF LAW

DailyPost 1743 UNIFORMITY OF LAW We may call it uniformity in law as well. We have seen our laws in operation for over seven decades now. The cardinal legal principles in operation remain equality before law,

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