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or high interest rates, download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Manoj Kumar R | Bengaluru | Updated: December 29, he hates it. I don’t mind watching http://tco/1fIFk5IxH2 — Samantha Ruth Prabhu (@Samanthaprabhu2) December 30 2016 Next year will also be a special year for the Theri star as she will be getting engaged to her long-time sweetheart actor Chaitanya The couple who has been dating since 2009 is expected to tie the knot by the end of 2017 For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsWritten by G P Joshi | Published: November 1 2014 12:44 am Instagram photographs posted by DIG Shakeel Beig’s son From left: A man helps the DIG put on his shoes; a securityman doubles up as a caddie for DIG’s son; a man holds an umbrella for Beig Related News The boast of the J&K DIG’s son that his father was a “real king” because the “last time he put [on] his shoes himself was almost 15 years ago” has drawn angry reactions from many quarters This incident is painful because it projects a bleak reality that has to be accepted This reality has two aspects First the J&K DIG is one of many “kings” in the police forces of the country Only two years ago a PIL heard in the Punjab and Haryana High Court alleged that an officer of the rank of inspector general of police of the vigilance department was using as many as 31 police constables and head constables as “servants” On receiving a notice from the high court the Punjab government reportedly conducted an inquiry and then suspended the officer The orderly system still exists and is often misused Second the conditions under which the police constabulary work and live in this country are harsh humiliating and oppressive Their salaries are low They do not have fixed hours of work Their job is risky and stressful Family accommodation is not available to the majority of them They are constantly on the move and have little to look forward to in terms of career advancement While delivering the fourth Nani Palkhiwala Memorial lecture in Mumbai on October 5 2009 PC Chidambaram then Union home minister said that the police constable “who works for 12 to 14 hours a day throughout the year is the most abused” part of the machinery “Everyone believes that he can be bullied or cajoled or bribed… he is the most reviled public servant” He further said that the “self-esteem of the average policeman is very low and this average police constable is a frontline force for internal security” The lower ranks of the police complain that their self-esteem is affected by the behaviour of their senior officers There are two main grievances One policemen posted as orderlies at the residence of senior officers are often required to attend to the personal demands of the seniors and their family members Two seniors generally treat junior police officials in a rough rude manner Add to this the fact that the general public also looks down on the police constable as a lowly creature We have not given the policeman the status that befits his role in society Recently there have been reports that policemen from the lower ranks have been abused and assaulted by politicians and the public A policeman with low esteem cannot be professionally efficient or community friendly As observed by the National Police Commission (NPC) the manner in which police personnel at lower levels behave towards the public is largely conditioned by the manner in which they are treated by their own senior officers In its fifth report the NPC observed: “No amount of exhortation from the higher ranks calling for courteous behaviour towards the public would carry conviction with the subordinates if in day to day police work these subordinates are treated with scant courtesy and consideration by the supervisory levels within the police force” The managerial philosophy of the police is based on distrust of the lower ranks In pre-Independence days the “native” policemen were not to be trusted The Police Act of 1861 used the words “inferior officers” for those occupying the lower ranks in the police The phrase still exists in Section 7 of the Police Act which is titled “Appointment dismissal etc of inferior officers” A distinction between seniors and juniors in a hierarchical force may be understandable but to categorise a small minority of senior officers as superior and a large chunk of the force as inferior smacks of a set-up that is authoritarian and of values that are feudal Such a police act could hardly be expected to build up a force that functions as a professional organisation Even after Independence the mindset has not changed We have retained the same style of management The gulf between the senior officers and lower ranks is still very wide As Ved Marwah a retired senior police officer has mentioned “Unfortunately elitism within the superior ranks has only widened the gap between the field policemen and the supervising officers The two inhabit very different worlds A culture of distrust of the subordinate officer has developed over the years This needs to change if the police are to be an accountable and professional force” In India we have given ourselves a democratic structure of governance but our values are highly feudal So far as the police force is concerned it is colonial in its structure as well as values It is one of the reasons why the police in this country have failed to develop a sense of self-esteem and professional pride The writer is a retired director of the Bureau of Police Research and Development and author of ‘Policing in India — Some Unpleasant Essays’ express@expressindiacom For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Adil Akhzer | Chandigarh | Published: September 23 2016 5:46 am Top News The Chandigarh Health department says the number of dengue cases in September last year was more than 300 but the records of Integrated Disease Surveillance Programme (IDSP) – the disease surveillance department managed by union health ministry – mentions only 128 cases of dengue were recorded in the city till 38 week (September 25) last year As per the numbers the increase in the dengue cases was witnessed in the beginning of the September and it continued till the last week of November in 2015 Watch what else is making news The health department has been repeatedly saying that this year the number is less than last year “Till September 22 last year we had recorded 302 cases of dengue” said director (health services) Chandigarh Dr Vanita Gupta The report compiled by the IDSP is the final confirmation of the dengue cases in the city The numbers are gathered from the laboratories of the government-run testing centres According to the IDSP report the city recorded 126 dengue cases from Week 34 till 38 last year It further witnessed an steep increase thereafter in the next weeks The dengue cases then recorded a decrease in the month of December When asked the IDSP report proves the number was less last year UT’s Assistant Malaria Officer Dr Gaurav Aggarwal said “In our records we had collected all the sources of the dengue in the city The IDSP report mentions confirm tests only We are saying the numbers are higher last year because we were including all sources and not only the confirmatory test only” Chikungunya cases: Probe ordered Meanwhile the UT health department on Thursday said that they have ordered a probe to investigated how the department was not sending the actual number cases of chikungunya to the health Ministry Chandigarh Newsline on Thursday had reported that the daily report submitted by the UT health department to the Regional Office of the union health ministry says that there are no Chikungunya cases from the city so far The city has recorded six chikungunya cases so far “We are investigating the matter Departmental action will be taken against the person who will be found responsible for this” said Dr Vanita Gupta Dr Ravinder Ahluwalia regional director National Vector-borne Diseases Control Programme Health Ministry told Chandigarh Newsline said his office received updated report mentioning six cases of chikungunya from the city “They told us that it was some error by the data operator They have rectified it” he said For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | New Delhi | Published: April 16 2017 7:57 pm Sai Praneeth won his first Super Series title Top News Chief national coach Pullela Gopichand on Sundaysaid his ward B Sai Praneeth needs to be consistent and hoped the win at Singapore Open will take his game to another level It was the first time that two Indians were playing in the final of a superseries event and Praneeth made it special for him clinching the title with a 17-21 21-17 21-12 win over K Srikanth in the summit clash of the Singapore Open “I am very proud of them (Praneeth Srikanth) they reaching the finals It is a big tournament to win He is still young He has many years ahead of him It will hopefully give him the confidence to play at another level” Gopichand told PTI “If you look at his career he has some big wins He has beaten Taufik Lee Chong Wei he has beaten many of them so he has the quality but he needs consistency” he added Heaping praise on Praneeth Gopichand said: “It takes a special character to win a tournament Not many have been able to win that I hope he qualifies for the Word Championship In fact Srikanth also have a chance” Praneeth had clinched the Canada Open last year and reached the Syed Modi Grand prix Gold this year in January However he hurt his shoulder during the final Asked how did he transform his game Gopichand said: “He basically just worked and trained for last two months there is nothing specific “I think game wise he has many things going for him but he has to focus on his training Post PBL he has been training and it has really helped him” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: IANS | Mumbai | Published: December 27 2015 11:04 am Producer-director Jaideep Chopra intends to offer quality content in the genre of comedy with his upcoming film “2016 The End” just like one of the most successful directors of the industry Rajkumar Hirani Related News Producer-director Jaideep Chopra intends to offer quality content in the genre of comedy with his upcoming film “2016 The End” just like one of the most successful directors of the industry Rajkumar Hirani “I’m a big fan of Rajkumar Hirani and the way he made his films such as ‘3 Idiots’ ‘Munna Bhai’ and ‘PK’ Somewhere down the line I’ve attempted to keep my film in the same zone as what Hirani tries to create I think I’ll be able to justify this fact The audience needs entertainment and content and if they receive that from my film then it is justified” Chopra said “Indian audiences have become very intelligent nowadays The manner in which the movies of the 70s 80s and 90s were made the zone has become entirely different today “They (audiences) like intelligent films more nowadays Even if it is a comedy they seek some content in that comedy I tried to infuse this content just like how Hirani does it” he added “2016 The End” talks about how the world is coming to an end in seven days The journey of four youngsters in this peculiar situation forms the basic plot in the form of slapstick comedy Share This Article Related Article Asked about juggling the duties of both producer and director Chopra said: “This is a very big problem because sometimes the producer in you rises who is involved with controlling the budget and sometimes the director comes in who wants to take creative calls “This is an internal fight between the producer and director but usually it is the director who wins because being a creative person my first motive is to make a good film to present it to the audience” The film stars Divyendu Sharma Harshad Chopda Kiku Sharda and Priya Banerjee For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Chandigarh | Updated: 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