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Rs 15240 awarded by the tribunal which was the difference between the wages paid to Singh and the minimum wages payable to him for the period October 1992 to September 1995 However the court said “such magnanimity appeared to have dawned on the club too late in the day” as despite not obtaining any stay from this court it was admitted that no payment in accordance with the award had been made to the man and he had been paid only litigation expenses “This court is therefore constrained to observe that any reluctance on the part of an employer to award minimum wages for a workman for the period during which he had admittedly worked is not only illegal and immoral but also invites criminal liability Such an attitude erodes the very foundations of a socialist society which the preamble of the Constitution professes us to be and belies the promises held out to every citizen by the Constitution” it said For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsNew Delhi | Published: January 24 2014 1:33 am Related News The Railways informed the Supreme Court on Thursday that it was not possible to have the entire 168 km-stretch of the North Bengal forest areas under speed restriction to prevent elephants from being mowed to death by speeding trains This stretch covers parts of Bihar Assam and West Bengal and it has not only the highest concentration of wild elephants but also the highest mortality of jumbos As per the railways statistics 65 elephants have been hit and killed by trains since 2010 mainly in this region There were 22 deaths in 2013 the highest in the last three years Responding to a PIL filed by journalist Shakti Prasad Nayak the Railways said that the 168-km long railway alignment between Alipurduar and Siliguri via Hasimara Passes has already got periodic speed restrictions spread over as much as 953 km There is a permanent speed restriction of 50 km/hour over 224 km in the four reserved sanctuary areas of Buxa Jaldapara Chapramari and Mahananda and temporary speed restriction across other sections “It is practically not possible to have extended portions of railway tracks to be covered under speed restriction of 50 km per hour since this impairs punctuality of running 19 trains each way with maintenance blocks and existing speed restrictions” it said It added that if speed restriction is imposed on the entire stretch the number of trains would also be reduced to 95 trains each way and night closure of goods train would add to the capacity constraints in this section The ministry also rejected the plea for construction of elevated tracks over the stretch of 168-km in view of tremendous cost “Construction of elevated tracks over the entire stretch will have huge cost implications (Rs 8000 crore) Even the cost of laying elevated corridor in the reserve forest area covering a length of 174 km will be exorbitantly high apart from causing continuous disturbances to the wild life for an extended period” it said With regard to suggestion of prohibiting running of goods trains at night it said the step would affect economy of the north-eastern states and those trains if stopped at night would be susceptible to theft as well The ministry was responding to the direction given by the Supreme Court on December 10 to ensure that the speed limit of trains was lowered and goods trains were stopped at night while passing through elephant corridors in order to protect pachyderms from getting killed In its earlier affidavit the ministry said that it was working on developing electronic intelligent surveillance system for receiving alerts in the control rooms on an elephant coming near to its tracks as 77 pachyderms died since 2007 after being hit by speeding trains For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Pratik Kanjilal | Updated: March 12 2017 12:24 pm Its “development” into housing would impose disastrous costs on Kolkata Related News Back in the 1980s Dhrubajyoti Ghosh proselytiser-in-chief of the movement to save the vast wetlands surrounding Kolkata from “developers” (the Indian euphemism for land sharks) dared to drink the water It was drawn from a lake near Dhapa the landfill where the city’s garbage was dumped and his survival dramatically proved that the water was potable More show than tell more compelling than years of advocacy it convinced policymakers that the eastern wetlands traditionally perceived to be abominably filthy were actually a huge sewage treatment plant built by nature and processing the city’s waste for free producing clean water and raising tons of fish and vegetables on the side Its “development” into housing would impose disastrous costs on Kolkata Watch what else is in the news One hears that occasionally Ghosh still drinks the water Perhaps refresher show-and-tells for the benefit of other activists are necessary because “development” is a permanent menace in rapidly urbanising India Last week public-spirited citizens of Kolkata mobilised on social media against an amendment to the East Kolkata Wetlands (Management and Conservation) Act of 2006 which seeks to make state environment minister Sovan Chatterjee chairperson of the East Kolkata Wetlands Management Authority The issue is that he is also the state housing minister and mayor of Kolkata Chatterjee has assured detractors who fear that wetlands will turn into landfill and then housing projects that he would limit development to finding an alternative to the Dhapa dumping ground which is full up but his appointment would be politically and legally improper nevertheless If housing development harmed the environment who would a citizen complain to The environment minister of course Then Chatterjee would field a complaint against Chatterjee and investigate himself Would he curb or punish himself too if he found himself in breach While Kolkata ponders this trick question Ghosh’s new book invites us to look at the people who make Dhapa work His latest book The Trash Diggers (Oxford University Press Rs 995) avoids currently sexy subjects like e-waste and heavy metal to shows us the “world view of the ordinary” — the informal system of ragpickers and market gardeners who see waste as a resource and extract value from it It operates under our noses in every big city in India and if we do not know about it it is because we instinctively choose not to The Trash Diggers cuts through the apartheid of ritual purity to show an informal knowledge economy which knows some pretty surprising things How to grow vegetables in close proximity to sewage without health risks How to make a living from plastic waste which can live in landfills for centuries and poison unborn generations How to get by processing waste without any health safeguards or state support in a dangerous and marginalised sector Twentieth-century India was creative about recycling decades before it became cool in the consumerist nations Kolkata which used to be a heavily industrialised city before the Left manipulated labour politics to breaking point had reason to be especially creative — urban survival depended on it Even today decades after the flight of capital from the city an outbound train takes a good long while to leave the industrial hinterland behind and the pollution payload remains heavy Here cobblers have traditionally used truck tyres for resoling footwear A recycled metal industry produced the nation’s buckets And water hyacinth which chokes wetland ponds has been used to make book covers and disposable crockery The imaginatively designed book is meant for the general reader but Ghosh’s insights — and bleakly illuminating remarks — about the region form a social history which would also help policymakers get a grip While waste is universally treated as a problem he puts it in the context of a value chain Trash is feedstock with a price tag he reminds us and the market gardens of Dhapa where farming and rubbish coexist peacefully owe their origins to a late 19th century agricultural reformer Bhabanath Sen He is now forgotten and Kolkata believes that the farms sprang up about 30 years ago when bargain vegetable sellers appeared by the road to the airport which runs through the wetlands But they are obviously older Back in the 1930s there was a popular Bengali song about a dead man called Harihar whom his friend swore he would not cremate but bury on the garbage tip of Dhapa There instead of evaporating pointlessly on a pyre he would mature into manure and push up green shoots of lady’s finger for the nutrition of the second city of the British Empire Even today if you happen to take a flight into Kolkata on a full moon night you may be pleasantly surprised to see the moon rushing across the dark land below you It is the shadow of the moon reflected in the wetlands and the infrequency with which it winks out a fraction of a moment at a time as it follows your plane is an indication of the preponderance of water over land In this water world irrespective of the ambitions of “developers” life carries on driven by the oldest principles of ecology which are so simple that they do not need to be articulated Except elliptically as Ghosh has done in this book of engaging ecological and social riddles For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Lucknow | Published: November 5 2017 9:51 pm With this the party has declared 12 mayoral candidates so far Top News The BJP on Sunday released its second list of mayoral candidates for the upcoming Uttar Pradesh civic polls A statement issued here said that UP BJP chief Mahendra Nath Pandey has issued the second list of candidates for the post of mayor in different municipal corporations The candidates are: Sanyukta Bhatia (Lucknow) Dr Rajiv Agarwal (Aligarh) Mridula Jaiswal (Varanasi) Dr Mukesh Arya (Mathura) Ramteerth Singhal (Jhansi) Vinod Agarwal (Moradabad) and Sanjiv Walia (Saharanpur) With this the party has declared 12 mayoral candidates so far Voting in Lucknow Aligarh Varanasi and Mathura will take place on November 26 in the second phase Jhansi Moradabad and Saharanpur will go to polls on November 29 in the third phase For all the latest Lucknow News download Indian Express App More Top News the Delhi High Court has said.
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