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the first draft of #GotG2 is done. Many Chinese government officials are now asked to attend media training sessions and use their skills to help shape online public opinion rather than censor it.” said the officer.3 overs.vulgar salaries? It is not a word of my choice or initiative To be honestit was used by a mediaperson to ask if I approved of vulgar salaries How could I have said that I did It would indeed have been my saying yes to the question if I had stopped beating my wife In any case my answer was that we in India have not reached the level of liberalism to make vulgarity a fundamental right How that sums up my entire view on corporate salaries is not for me to ask But since I have viewsas indeed should every thinkingresponsible personI shall state them explicitly The immediate reaction also seems influenced by the memory of the prime ministers appealway back in 2007to abjure conspicuous expenditure in a country like oursstill struggling valiantly to ensure inclusive growth But from that to surmise that the government is in a mood to control salaries and more is wide off the mark As some observers have saidthe law at present puts a cap of 11 per cent of profits beyond which proposals have to come to the government for prior approval Very few have noticed that the draft legislation forwarded to Parliament and under consideration of the Standing Committee does not have a cap But of courseParliament will take the final view I also need no reminder that many of the huge salaries are drawn well within the cap and by persons whose contribution to the economic landscape is very impressive and indeed applauded by us Voluntary restraints by them indeed deserve a warm round of applause Yet the bottom line remains that there is a need to talk about these things as part of the corporate governance debate Besidesnot everyone against government control also accepts that some form of regulation is unwarranted The discussions at G-20 and the pronouncements of President Obama on corporate greed are certainly stronger statements than words like vulgar and indecent; furthermore no one has yet repudiated the view that the Wall Street remuneration fiasco had something to do with the global recession Corporate governance is about many things: independence of directorsdiligent internal auditsfair disclosures all aroundobjective and responsible statutory audit with appropriate standards of accounting and reportingappointments committeeremuneration committeesocial responsibilityenvironmental sensitivityperhaps affirmative action and inclusive growth But more than all these and at the root of the entire edifice is shareholder democracy As governmental controls disappear in favour of regulationshareholder democracy must be enhanced How this is to be done is what we need to debate The salaries that shareholders then approve should be seen as having the highest stamp of approval It would be stretching the imagination somewhat to say that democracy needs no help If this is clear then all diversionary arguments about not returning to the days of the pastas indeed of adversely affecting the reverse brain drainneed not clutter the debate Allow me to repeat that the government wants a partnership role with corporate India but it has to be a partnership of the 21st century not the disguised proprietorship (either way) of the past There is one last argument that clever populists throw at politicians: physicianheal thyself There is talk about bungalows in Lutyens Delhiunlimited phone callscars and allowancesso what if the salaries are modest I can only suggest please come and be our guests for a week; put up with the hundreds of petitioners for jobs and other help; answer our phone which starts to ring at 5am and does not stop till well past midnight; spend some days in our constituencies and at the same time try to keep yourself from not uttering a single word that the press can turn into a story Finally just think that whatever we havethe good and the badis often for a fleeting moment (short years) and then a tough election makes the rest of the life that is left pretty ugly Meanwhile find the money it takes to nurse a constituency and every electionincluding the one clearly lost before the campaign begins We accept democracy so why should you not even want to talk about it Talking never did anyoneany harm and thenas Amartya Sen sayswe are argumentative indeed Meanwhile it is important to note that the recent talk of austerity in the party is not a political sham or necessarily about a few weeks or months of abstaining from felicity in the words of King Learbut an honest exercise to recharge our moral bearings as the followers of Mahatma Gandhi Not everything we sacrifice will change the world but it will change usmost certainly If we do changethose who question our public morality will have to stop using that as an alibi for not doing the right thing themselves One should not resort to populism to accuse another of populism Meanwhile just as a few black sheep should not tarnish the entire herd; the many enlightened corporates should not allow a few myopic or less-informed colleagues to speak for the entire fellowship Even as the industry associations ask what the country can do for youit will be nice to know what we together can do for those of our compatriots who have no voice in the money market but do have a place in the market of ideas and dreams Ultimately these are also the people who will add to national savings and hopefully direct them to the capital marketas corporate India and the aam aadmi collaborate The writer is a Union minister For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Pragya Kaushika | New Delhi | Published: May 14 2016 2:25 am Incidentally Delhi government had engaged this forensic science laboratory to know the veracity of the clips from JNU regarding alleged anti-national slogans being raised (Source: PTI file photo) Related News The Delhi government is likely to bring Truth Labs on board after failing in two bids inviting agencies for forensic tests especially DNA cases said sources The move took shape following intervention by the Chief Minister’s office after Truth Labs decided to end its association with Delhi government which started in August 2014 the sources added In a letter to Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal Truth Labs stated it decided to withdraw from the Memorandum of Understanding after completion of existing cases Incidentally Delhi government had engaged this forensic science laboratory to know the veracity of the clips from JNU regarding alleged anti-national slogans being raised Share This Article Related Article In the letter to Kejriwal Dr Gandhi P C Kaza chairman of Truth Labs said the laboratory would not be a party to unprofessional illegal inhuman and unscientific attitude and actions of people who are “unfortunately presiding over the system of truth” The letter came after the the government floated the two bids inviting agencies to take up forensic work in the capital In the communication to the CM Kaza said Truth Labs had decided to opt out of the bid process Truth Labs has objections to the second amended bid which has done away with categories like NGOs Truth Labs is an NGO The latest bid also deleted eligibility criteria like three years’ experience and annual turnover of Rs 15 crore Instead it stated 4000 exhibits comprising 100 cases with 10 cases from Ministry of External Affairs for immigration purposes and courts Truth Labs alleged this was done to benefit someone Now the government has fast-tracked the process of hiring a forensic lab to tackle the backlog and hinted that engaging Truth Labs cannot be ruled out said sources Home Minister Satyendar Jain said “We invited two bids No one turned up for the first and the second time only one came And when we visited its facility it was not up to the mark We are working on getting a lab on board as we would like to clear the backlog of forensic related cases in a year” WATCH INDIAN EXPRESS VIDEOS HERE For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Mumbai | Updated: July 9 2015 10:01 am Amol Palekar will be seen on the small screen in the upcoming Hindi TV show ‘Roshni… Ek Nayi Ummid’ which will be soon aired on ‘Like OK’ channel (Source: Express Archive) Related News Veteran actor Amol Palekar who is all set to return to Television says he has a strong allergy to the word comeback The 70-year-old actor will be seen on the small screen in the upcoming Hindi TV show ‘Roshni… Ek Nayi Ummid’ which will be soon aired on ‘Like OK’ channel “I have a strong allergy to this word comeback I don’t think there is any kind of comeback I was an actor by accident So how that accident happened that I have said several times” the 70-year-old actor said “But I chose to become a filmmaker and so I stopped acting But having stopped acting I had never closed the shop if there was something interesting challenging different I would be happy to do so” Palekar said Amol Palekar with late actor Utpal Dutt (Source: Express Archive) “‘Roshni…Ek Nayyi Ummid’ is a medical drama based on the backdrop of clash of ideologies within the family “I liked the content the approach of the production team and whatever was told and promised to me is happening I am enjoying it I was very happy to be part of this show” the ‘Golmaal’ star said Industry colleagues of Palekar had warned him about the long working hours of television “I had heard horror stories about television scenario from my colleagues and particularly daily soaps how they shoot how people have to work round the clock “I was assured that nothing of that sort happens here and I can vouch for that we are working nicely as professionals and enjoying our work” he added “I am at a stage in my career where I look forward to come to work next day I don’t believe in working if I am not enjoying If I don’t enjoy then others will also not enjoy” Palekar said Film star Rajni Sharma Amol Palekar and Ambika in film ‘Yun Bhi Hota Hai’ (Source: Express archive photo) While the titular character of Roshni is played by Pooja Gaur Palekar will be seen in the role of a doctor Palekar has previously been a part of many TV series like ‘Kachchi Dhoop’ and ‘Aa Bail Mujhe Maar’ among others “I was associated with TV when there was only Doordarshan From there to now there has been a tremendous progress We have seen Television as an industry go a huge change Today different kind of content is being used on television” he said When asked if this show is inspired by international series ‘The House’ Palekar says “No it is not that It is not related to any series I do watch some of the American series I am an ardent fan of ‘The House’ Even the ‘H’ of the house is also not part of this show” For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Shekhar Gupta | Published: July 16 2011 1:07 am Related News Here is a questionand a propositionrolled into one: Is Mumbai the new Calcutta And the choice of the new name for oneand the old one for the otheris deliberate There was a time when Calcutta was the globally celebrated metaphor for all that was wrong with India From Oh Calcutta to Dominique Lapierres City of Joythe povertythe dysfunctionality of that city was the benchmark for all that could go wrong with Third World urban sprawl Rajiv Gandhi brought the decline of the city to national consciousness by proclaiming that the city was dead Even the most die-hard Kolkata-walas will not protest when I say that their city has lost that dubious number one status to Mumbai In factnot only has Mumbai become the new Kolkatait also does not have the comfort of having a Mother Teresa to bring it succoura sense of pride and a possible Nobel Check out the signals from popular culture Four of the most prominent books centred on Mumbai (Sacred Games by Vikram ChandraShantaram by Gregory RobertsSuketu Mehtas Maximum City andmost recentlyAravind Adigas Last Man in Tower) have each drawn from the seamier underbelly of Indias clichéd city of dreams where streets were allegedly paved with gold Two of the most celebrated India-themed foreign filmsSlumdog Millionaire and Salaam Bombayhave followed the same pattern Not to be left behindBollywood is also back to its old pessimistic view of its own cityas the success of Once Upon a Time in Mumbai (with a sequel in the works) shows In facttodayalmost all that is optimistic in popular culture is north/ Delhi-basedfrom Band Baaja Baaraat to Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi Even the new bestselling chicklit is based in DelhiAnuja Chauhans Zoya Factor and Advaita Kalas Almost Single And thisin a city with a well-earned notoriety for being wildly unkind to young women Repeated terrorist attacks and bombings are only the most visible symptoms of Mumbais decline The boast of developing it into Asias new financial centrea new Shanghaiis now an insult to Indias fastest diminishing city Its policing is a disasterthe underworld is making a comeback (that is also the message from J Deys murderirrespective of whose story you believe) It has lost nearly 400 lives to terror attacks in five years And the answer to the question? 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