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download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Rahul Sadhu | New Delhi | Updated: February 19, People have been violating it without worrying about the consequences. The code of conduct is just a model sort of an agreement We have around 1600 political parties The EC is the custodian of this agreement and we work on the behalf of political parties to discipline them In case there is some gentleman who uses a wrong expression we inform him that it is inappropriate Almost 5000-plus candidates are contesting from 549 parliamentary constituencies and they end up saying something against each other If somebody uses abusive language he should know that people are watching RAGHVENDRA RAO: How is Amit Shah’s case different from Azam Khan’s After we issued a notice to Amit Shah within 24 hours he sent an apology He gave his arguments but at the same time said that he apologises sincerely and would never repeat such a thing in the elections Azam Khan submitted his reply recently He has also come down a lot from his earlier stand RAGHVENDRA RAO: Is an apology enough The EC is like a referee More than the EC it is the political parties which should take the responsibility for their candidates Who selects the candidate Who campaigns for the candidate The political party If the political party has a strong leadership then the quality of discipline is better The disciplining of a candidate is the responsibility of the chairman of his party The EC can only implement the model code of conduct The role of the political party is paramount D K SINGH: Regarding the legal limitations of the model code of conduct do you feel it needs to change I can gather both strong opposition and strong support for this We conduct elections in less than 60 days — from the day of announcement to the day of results You convert rules of the Act into statuary provisions; for every small thing there will be a case in the court How do you resolve the issue I don’t know what kind of solution we can have for this D K SINGH: What is your opinion on this We have an open mind We have not formed our ideas on what should be the structure or status of code of conduct should we make it into a statute or not I think there needs to be a debate on this; it should be studied in detail Look at the sheer number and size of the country How many violations were there The more the civil society questions the behaviour of leaders the day will not be far when we can manage candidates in public life Y P RAJESH: Are expenditure limits and affidavits that candidates declare while filing their nominations some sort of a gentleman’s agreement Is there no way to crack down on candidates who spend much more than the limit Regarding the expenditure limit I do agree Political parties say they have more than a crore of rupees We had a meeting with political parties and one party mentioned Rs 1 crore-plus There is a rise in income rise in expenditure inflation The limit of Rs 10 lakh which we gave earlier is now Rs 70 lakh This is sufficient India is a cash economy everything is paid in cash There is no bar on carrying money I can carry Rs 100 crore in my car but no one will question me as long as I can give details pertaining to the source of income Nowhere in the world this kind of thing is there In India if you give me cash I am happy That’s why there is a problem SHYAMLAL YADAV: Recently the EC told us in an RTI reply that no action has been taken against candidates who have given false declarations and the Income-Tax department is also not taking your advice seriously What is the use of declaring assets then About the assets you must have seen the Supreme Court’s March 2014 judgment The affidavit you give has to be true If the affidavit is found wrong or you have done something illegal it can be a case in the tribunal punishable with a jail term There is definitely some teeth now; it is deterring people from giving wrong affidavits Maneesh chhibber: There was a controversy about Narendra Modi not declaring his wife during previous elections This elections he has made it public that he is married Did you receive any complaint about this misrepresentation and is there anything that the EC can do or could have done had it received such a complaint The 2009 elections were different from this one Now the SC has said that you cannot leave anything vacant You have to give every detail D K SINGH: Why do you need the wife’s name Why not remove that column The world over you write your spouse’s name I think it is fair VIJAITA SINGH: There was a representation from the IPS officers’ association seeking that online voting be allowed for Central police forces on election duty and they had asked the EC if it could be done as a pilot project during the Assembly elections Is there a proposal for online voting Right now it is not there but the world is changing I am sure there will be a tremendous change in the way we conduct elections the way we vote I am a strong supporter of using technology There is a need for changes in rules In India earlier there was the ballot box We changed it to EVMs Now to change from EVMs to Internet you have to delete EVMs from the Act In the next 15-20 years by the time we retire you may be polling sitting at home library or restaurant The world is changing so fast in terms of communication and technology and these things will soon come RUHI TIWARI: EVMs have faced controversy with the BJP claiming that the machines are not tamper-proof One of the biggest problems with the EVMs is that we are not physically able to see where the vote is going If I talk as a common man I feel empowered to put a paper in a machine which exactly tells me if I have pressed a button and whether the vote has gone to a figure Once we introduced VVPAT (voter-verified paper audit trail) wherein you can press a button and see the printout 999 per cent of the problems will disappear We hope to do this in the next parliamentary elections ALEESHA MATHARU: Are you investigating the claims of booth capturing and rigging in Mewat and Rewari Will action be taken on Yogendra Yadav’s claims There have been complaints Three people can say if these are genuine — our observers in every booth our booth level officers (BLOs) in police stations and agents of political parties SANDEEP SINGH: While going through the affidavits of candidates we found that 10 of them did not have bank accounts When we called these people — they are from prominent parties — they said that they had bank accounts but did not disclose it because they are part of moveable assets If they have wrongfully deliberately hidden something the other candidates should file a case KAUNAIN SHERIfF*: In case of names missing from electoral lists what is the way forward to bridge the gap I accept that it’s a problem We have employed BLOs who are normally permanent government employees either retired government servants or existing PSU officials If voters’ names are missing it means that supervision was slack A booth will not have more than 1200-1400 voters In a city like Delhi 1200 voters can be found in two or three buildings If BLOs are not able to survey two-three buildings I don’t know what they are doing ROHIT alok*: What do you see as the EC’s victory in these elections Victory is away — May 16 May 7 is crucial as polling is happening in a lot of Left-wing extremism-hit areas ROHIT Alok*: Is there a decision you wish to reverse No So far we have done a fairly good job MANEESH CHHIBBER: During the last Assembly polls in Punjab heroin was used to lure voters And this election there have been unusually large seizures of drugs and cash Is this a losing battle We have seized Rs 265 crore almost 60 per cent of it in Andhra Pradesh Free distribution of money and other things has been arrested to a large extent I don’t say that we have controlled it 100 per cent That will happen only when every Indian citizen becomes part of our team There is a new system wherein anyone can give us information from Android or smartphones This has been implemented since April 21 There needs to be much more alertness more publicity and campaigning I don’t think this menace can be controlled 100 per cent but if we can control 70-80 per cent we’ll be better off D K SINGH: What do you do with the cash that is seized It goes to government reserves if nobody is claiming it The expenditure of Government of India per parliamentary seat is about Rs 10 crore which takes care of deployment training transfer posting etc The freebies recovered were worth Rs 250 crore but we can’t sell it because it is contraband We recovered Rs 270 crore in cash Our aim is to recover at least Rs 300 crore DILIP BOBB: One lesson you have learnt from 2014 that would help in 2019 One major lesson I have learnt is that one needs to be more alert And the EC has to be upgraded technology-wise response-wise MANEESH CHHIBBER: Do you think this election has been the dirtiest in terms of language being used Yes This kind of language must not be used All over the world people like Indians for our tolerance Why should we use such words Our neighbours are watching us I had a Japanese delegation yesterday and they said that they watch our news So it is not just 100 crore Indians the entire world is watching these leaders We call ourselves the largest democracy in the world; we should also have the moral responsibility to bring greatness to our country RAGHVENDRA RAO: This time we have had reports of polling staff being involved in alleged rigging We have had instances from Bihar Assam How serious is the problem We have got complaints from Bihar Assam and Uttar Pradesh but the cases are very limited We have to see what went wrong — maybe our choice of team was wrong In certain areas people become used to certain kinds of party workers But that depends on the selection of our staff our team at the ground level In a district office one can easily tell which officer is aligned to whom This can be solved through a mechanical process The person selecting them should be alert enough and smart enough to know Transcribed by Ananya Bhardwaj Ruhi Bhasin & Sumegha Gulati * EXIMS student For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Published: October 2 2017 7:23 pm Everton are 16th after 7 games (Source: Reuters) Top News “It is always about the money” said Everton manager Ronald Koeman when asked after Sunday’s 1-0 home loss to Burnley if his team’s poor start to the season was particularly disappointing given the recent recruitment of new players for around 140 million pounds ($1858 million) “It is so easy in this situation to speak about the money We have got a lot of money and we invest some money and it is always about the difference in spending from transfers” the Dutchman added Koeman’s frustration at the focus on the transfer market dealings of the club is understandable – the pre-season notion that Everton’s transfer activity made them contenders for a top six position always contained a strong degree of hype especially considering the investments of those above them But with Everton 16th after seven games hovering two points above the relegation zone with two wins to their name the line of questioning was fair Far from mounting a challenge to enter the elite so far Everton look to be going backwards and their acquisitions deserve some examination Around half of the money spent on new players came from the sale of the club’s top player striker Romelu Lukaku to Manchester United for a reported 75 million pounds Yet the club did not spend any of their money on directly replacing Lukaku with a proven spearhead likely to bag 20 goals a season – instead spreading it around as they brought in nine new players It is a sign of how well those deals are working out that three of the most prominent of those players former England captain Wayne Rooney Dutch midfielder Davy Klaassen and Spanish attacker Sandro Ramirez started Sunday’s loss on the bench Goalkeeper Jordan Pickford looks a sound acquisition as does centre-half Michael Keane while Iceland’s Gylfi Sigurdsson has known qualities But given Sigurdsson Rooney and Klaassen all occupy a similar position and indeed Croatian Nikola Vlasic is another attacking midfielder the priorities are questionable SPURS EXAMPLE Koeman had talked about bringing in an out-and-out striker and there have been suggestions that Arsenal’s French forward Olivier Giroud could be a target in January But the use of resources echoes in many ways the way Tottenham used their windfall after the sale of Gareth Bale to Real Madrid in 2013 Spurs sold the Welshman for 85 million pounds and used that money to bring in seven players Most failed to make any sort of impact and only two are still with the club – creative midfielder Christian Eriksen and winger Erik Lamela who has been out for more than a year with a long-term injury Others such as Romanian defender Vlad Chiriches Spanish forward Roberto Soldado and Brazilian midfielder Paulinho struggled to make an impact Spurs have progressed well in recent years with a young English core to their team led by Harry Kane and that might be a route that Everton will eventually consider Dominic Calvert-Lewin is showing great promise in attack and another member of the England Under-20 World Cup winning team Ademola Lookman is a 19-year-old forward who has impressed many but has not been given many opportunities since arriving in January Tom Davies is a talented hard-working midfielder who has shown he is capable at Premier League level while defenders Mason Holgate and Jonjoe Kenny have promise Last season it looked as if Koeman was going the route of blooding young players and complimenting them with some astute signings It was an approach that vanished in the flurry of cash over the summer but it might yet still be the best way ahead for Everton For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBengaluru | Published: February 7 2016 12:08 am Related News Author Anuja Chauhan poses for us At home This is me and Bilaeeya on a regular working day I’m trying to write and she has a huge fondness for pressing the keys on my MacBook She likes the sound they make when you tap them We have arguments about this every day Some days she wins some days I do This is a truce day At work This is me going off to the first day of the Jaipur Lit Fest I love visiting Jaipur the city stirs my Rajput roots more than any place else I’ve always felt turbans should be made unisex – they’re such a symbol of prestige and power How come men get to hog them and we have to bend our necks under a lousy old ghoonghat For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express AppBhubaneswar: Opposition BJP on Tuesday approached the Election Commission of India with a request to cancel chief minister Naveen Patnaik’s Assembly membership for allegedly misusing government machinery A BJP delegation led by the party’s state vice-president Samir Mohanty met Odisha’s Chief Electoral Officer DN Gupta and also demanded that Patnaik is barred from contesting polls for three years File image of Naveen Patnaik PTI On Monday Ganjam district collector Prem Chand Chaudhary moved Orissa High Court to seek the recall of the notice issued by it to the election commission last week to disclose the poll expenses of Patnaik The HC had issued a notice to the election commission following a writ petition filed by an RTI activist last year praying that the EC take action against alleged financial irregularities committed by Patnaik "The case by the Ganjam district collector violates the Representation of the People Act" Mohanty told the reporters on Tuesday The BJD rejected the allegation and in turn accused the BJP of attempting to tarnish Patnaik’s image "The man who was defeated in the election in 2014 from Hinjili assembly segment did not make any such complaint Now after three-and-half years of the elections the BJP has been making allegations" BJD spokesperson PK Deb said On Ganjam collector moving the high court Deb said the petitioner had named him as a party in the poll expenditure case "The collector therefore made the move and there has been no misuse of government machinery as alleged" he said Various political parties in the state are engaged in a fierce slugfest over the ruling BJD’s "controversial" bank account and Patnaik’s allegedly false statements of poll expenses to ECI Written by Leher Kala | Published: May 25 2015 12:00 am Aishwarya Rai Bachchan and Richa Chadda at Cannes 2015 Related News Social media is inundated with photographs of the #100sareepact Started by two very innovative women to encourage bringing the sari back into the workplace this virtual platform is a space to celebrate memories and recount personal narratives of the unworn six yards languishing in our cupboards Participants in this pact are attempting to wear a 100 saris before December 2015 They post a picture with a line on how they feel wearing one From what I read of this experiment it’s amazing what dressing up does for your morale Their website has been visited 4000 times and at the last count over 1400 women had participated More than reclaiming the sari for office wear I say let’s start a pact to get it back on the red carpet A previous generation of Bollywood actors like Rekha and Hema Malini always showed up for award ceremonies in gorgeous Kanjeevarams or delicate chiffons They still do They wore what they thought looked good based on instinct rather than trends when the word ‘stylist’ didn’t even exist The look was one of unaffected ethereal beauty that may not make you swoon at its edgy brilliance but it didn’t make you cringe either Cut to Cannes 2015 when actor Sonam Kapoor made a startling appearance in a feathered voluminous gown best described as inexplicable Kapoor’s other fluffy princessy outfit to a press conference raised many eyebrows perhaps because it was right only for a teenager heading to a prom There’s a reason the red carpet revels in the theatrical and absurd — the idea is to show the actor to maximum advantage and hopefully generate hysterical attention from the international press Every look is thought out planned and executed in excruciating detail in accordance with this aim So even though a straight lined unfussy black gown might look better it lacks the requisite feisty brilliance to make heads turn Enter the plumes and feathers verging on pornographic itsy bitsy outfits and the Cleopatra wannabes In this scenario should our desi divas be appreciated for exerting themselves to be different And daring to risk the wrath of the metaphoric fashion police the all-too-observant public When one sees Kapoor and Aishwarya Rai polished to perfection in the Elie Saabs and Oscar De la Rentas more than trying to stand out it appears they’re trying very hard to fit in Elegant beauties they might be but their red carpet effort felt superficial and humourless How much nicer it would have been if they looked like they were just trying to have fun with their fashion By contrast actor Nandita Das in a simple red sari effortlessly cool and perfectly natural made a far greater impact It’s a good time for stylists to rethink the goddess approach to red carpet dressing in a year when the Cannes Film Festival is facing criticism for denying entry to women not wearing high heels Even the legendary arbiter of taste Coco Chanel declared: “It is always better to be slightly underdressed” [email protected] For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Shailaja Chandra | Updated: November 4 2014 8:48 am Delhi is the second most populated city in the world beaten only by Tokyo (AP Photo) Related News The ministry of urban development has reportedly asked the ministry of home affairs to transfer the powers it has over Delhi’s municipal bodies currently under MHA control If this is followed through the civic affairs of the capital might finally get some traction For more than six decades the MHA has been the first port of call for Delhi affairs This is a ministry whose top priorities include the control of terrorism maintaining internal security Centre-state relations paramilitary forces and much more The sooner responsibility for Delhi’s municipal matters changes hands the better Here is why Delhi is the second most populated city in the world beaten only by Tokyo But the similarity between the two cities ends there Delhi fails on almost every parameter by which a city’s quality of life is judged Since the Yamuna is highly polluted Delhi depends entirely on water released by neighbouring states — resulting in shortages that reach alarming proportions each summer Its water table remains among the most deficient in the country even though it does not have to meet irrigation demands A sewage system built nearly 80 years ago is now on its last legs even as open defecation along the river continues Delhi’s roads carry the highest number of vehicles among cities in India — three times more than even Mumbai the country’s financial capital Nine different modes of transport jostle for space burning innumerable man hours and earning Delhi WHO ratings as the most polluted city in the world Most visitors are impressed by the relatively pristine New Delhi Municipal Council (NDMC) area but this accounts for just 2 per cent of the city sprawl The NDMC is a rich body with surpluses that can maintain the greenery and the relative cleanliness that is so striking But beyond that pampered enclave Delhi houses a dozen different cities in its fold Urban villages rural villages six different echelons of organised colonies as well as the walled city around Chandni Chowk and Jama Masjid are bordered or interspersed with hundreds of unauthorised colonies slums and resettlement colonies the designated abode of former slum dwellers Three municipal corporations are clearly unequal to the task of meeting such colossal challenges which expand with each passing year Perpetually beset by the lack of resources the local bodies are now stretched to breaking point Only a fraction of the city’s filth gets processed and it is said that entreaties to the Delhi Development Authority for a dozen more processing sites have not been met with a response Elected municipal councillors no matter which party they belong to have always privileged political expediency over urban reform Concepts like segregation and recycling of waste solar photovoltaics on rooftops and the use of technology-based solutions are not part of their vocabulary Of greater importance to the 272 elected councillors 70 MLAs (when they are actually functioning as members of the assembly that is) and MPs is the chance to woo the six lakh new migrants who settle in Delhi each year Regularising unauthorised colonies also remains a priority for every city government always at the cost of bona fide taxpayers as well as land- and house-owners Although every conceivable civic nuisance has been described in vivid detail in the Delhi Municipal Corporation Act 1957 fines are never imposed on the grounds that they are too paltry to make any difference Municipal magistrates are neither seen nor heard The draconian penalties that made Singapore the world’s shining example of civic rectitude are extolled But Delhi’s corporations have continued for decades with a maximum fine of Rs 50 for piling building debris on colony streets to name just one of the terrible public nuisances But all this could change Unknown to most a Delhi Municipal Corporation (Amendment) Bill 2014 has finally been prepared It seeks to introduce an omnibus provision raising the existing paltry fines to Rs 10000 per transgression But the bill which makes eminent sense has a long way to go First it has to be passed by the Delhi assembly whenever its state of suspension is revoked or a new state legislature is elected Even if the new chief minister has the conviction and the numbers to push it through it would need presidential assent since a Central act is sought to be modified Even if the existing or new MLAs are persuaded to bat for the bill it remains to be seen whether the MHA finds it expedient to take it forward to Rashtrapati Bhavan Raising fines for creating a public nuisance is hardly germane to the MHA’s concerns Its control over Delhi affairs has its roots in a system that became obsolete more than half a century ago Back then Delhi was administered by a chief commissioner reporting directly to the MHA Although the city has grown into a megapolis the MHA’s mindset is based on command and control A single officer in charge of the Union Territories who does not necessarily have institutional conversance with city planning is the conduit through which the legislative matters of Delhi are processed Given this irrational situation it is of utmost importance that the municipal bodies are placed under the supervisory umbrella of the ministry of urban development which at least has domain knowledge of civic matters If swachhata is to become visible the capital must show the way by following examples of progressive city management One can only hope that if a Union minister for urban development has been convinced of the need to effect change the MHA will concede to his sensible and justified request The writer is a former secretary to the government of India and former chief secretary Delhi [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Published: April 15 2016 12:01 am Mumbai: Prime Minister Narendra Modi waves during the inaugural ceremony of Maritime India Summit 2016 in Mumbai on Thursday PTI Photo Related News Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s call on Thursday for businesses to participate in the creation of infrastructure that will make India’s 7500-kilometer coastline an “engine of growth” is certain to be widely welcomed Speaking at a summit in Mumbai he spoke of raising a staggering Rs 100000 crore to more than double India’s port capacity by 2025 — a precondition for creating the smooth logistical networks necessary to link the country’s businesses to the global economy There will have been those in the audience though who would have raised a sceptical brow at the PM’s promise that investors would enjoy “a pleasant journey” This year’s Economic Survey is only the latest of a series of official declarations calling for poor maritime infrastructure to be addressed on a war footing In 2014 for example Union Shipping and Ports Minister Nitin Gadkari promised eight new ports as well as rail connections to the 12 existing ones The same promises give or take a minor matter of detail are made on the National Investment Promotion Agency’s Invest India website — which it seems no one has bothered to update since 2012 In past years money has been frittered away on creating new ports where it might have been better spent improving efficiency at existing ones; the quality of services at many state-run facilities remains by international estimation dismal Ideas for the way forward have never been in short supply Gadkari’s promise of new ports connected by railways and roads is one building block Experts have suggested building small ports along the coast as well as reviving long-disused inland waterways to ease the load on highways and facilitate regional trade Efficiencies at ports business advocates have been saying could also be dramatically increased bringing down the time needed to handle freight and the cost of doing so These measures however need focused political action — and that the record shows has been in somewhat shorter supply than well-meaning speeches This points us in the direction of a deeper malaise For the most part India has been oddly reluctant to embrace its maritime potential: A reluctance that is all the more perplexing because of a heritage of oceanic trading that dates back to the Indus Valley civilisation and ancient networks that spanned from the South China Sea to Zanzibar Aden and Rome The reasons might lie in the dominance of a political culture drawn from the Indo-Gangetic plains The truth however is that no great industrial civilisation has been built without strong maritime foundations including naval power — and India can be no exception In decades to come Indian economic power cannot and will not improve unless it builds a vital maritime tradition and the infrastructure to sustain it News playlist: For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express AppBy: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Updated: May 6 2017 9:43 pm Kashmiri Gate area in Delhi Google Maps Top News A massive fire erupted at Kashmiri Gate in Delhi on Saturday The fire broke out in the shops situated in the area reported news agency ANI 25 fire tenders have been rushed to the spot to douse the fire There have been no reports of any injuries in the incident so far The cause of fire and extent of damage will be ascertained after the situation is under control More details awaited For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Published: January 19 2016 12:03 am Related News Agartala was the second northeastern city to get on India’s metre-gauge railway map in the 1990s but only now can it look forward to joining the mainstream The first broad-gauge locomotive has rolled into the capital of Tripura on a trial run gaily decorated like a New Year’s present Following further safety inspections passenger services will commence in March and travellers will be able to ride directly to Kolkata and points west and south A bus service alreadyconnects the two cities which are joined in spirit by a long history of communist rule but the route cuts through Bangladesh This excludes travellers without passports which means most Indians on the move For non-passport holders who cannot afford airfares the new rail link will be crucially important It marks the first step in a long overdue project deadlined for 2020 to connect the capitals of all the northeastern states to the rest of India which politically incorrectly is spoken of as the “mainland” Even before that by 2017 a line will be laid to Akhaura in Bangladesh which will offer through connectivity all the way to Chittagong In about the same time another line to the Bangladesh border through the South district of Tripura will be laid These lines will assume significance in the coming decades when international rail links through Asia are expected to play large roles in trade and tourism leaching traffic away from air and road networks The political impact could be even more valuable than the efficiencies offered by rail transport The railway system has served India as a great unifier binding together diverse cultures in a web of steel Now the fact that travellers to and from Agartala will not have to change lines at Lumding the old metre gauge terminus will reduce the psychological distances which seem to sequester the Northeast For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related News this is the season when people go on vacations.t go out to protest or to complain to anyone, said the victims elder brother Arjuna labourer He also said no case was pending against Parveen and this was the first time the police had picked him Like his brotherParveen was also a labourer He was married and had a one-and-a-half -year-old daughter On Saturday eveningthe police caught Parveen and his cousin Mukesh when they were standing near a bank The police said after Parveen escapedthey searched for him in surrounding areas but in vain The next daysomebody from Panauli village informed them about an unidentified body hanging from a hook inside an unused cowshed at Purushotam The police went there and seized the body Arjun said that after finding the bodythe police did not inform them and send it for postmortem We came to know about Gollus death through village pradhan Indrajeet and got the body from 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