ராஜா பெண் நிருபரைத் தள்ளினாராம்: ராஜா ஊழலிலும் அழகான பெண்கள், கோடிகள், இத்யாதி – III

ராஜா பெண் நிருபரைத் தள்ளினாராம்: ராஜா ஊழலிலும் அழகான பெண்கள், கோடிகள், இத்யாதி – III

ராஜாவின் பார்வை ராடியாவின் மேலே இருந்தாலும், கனிந்த கனிமொழியின் நெருக்கம்-ஆதரவு இருந்தாலும், மற்ற பெண்மனிகளிடம், குறிப்பாக, அந்த “ஹெட்லைன்ஸ்” பண் நிறுபர் மீது அசாத்யமான கோபமே வந்துவிட்டதாம்!

ஆமாம், எந்த தைரியம் இருந்தால், டிவியில் ஒளிபரப்புவார்கள்!

ராடியாவும் விடவில்லை, உடனடியாக தில்லி நீதிமன்றத்தில் வழக்கு தொடுத்தாள்.

ஆனால், கோர்ட் தடை செய்யமுடியாது என்று சொல்லிவிட்டது!

ரவுடியிஸம் பண்ண வந்திருக்கிறீகளா?

ராஜாவிந்குணம்-வெளிப்படுகிறது

ராஜாவிந்குணம்-வெளிப்படுகிறது

நீங்கள், பத்திரிக்கையாளர்கள் எல்லோரும் மடையர்கள்

குற்றமுள்ள நெஞ்சு குருகுறுக்கும் என்பார்கள். மடியில் கனம் இருந்தால் தான், வழியில் பயம் இருக்கும் என்பார்கள். இல்லையென்றால், அந்த பெண் நிருபர் கேட்டவுடன், ஏன் ராஜாவிர்கு அந்த அளவிர்கு கோபம் வரவேண்டும்?

திராவிட அரசியல்வாதிகள் தாம் மாவீரர்கள் ஆயிற்றே? “நீதிமன்றத்தைச் சந்திக்கத் தயார்”, என்று பரையடித்து, ம்உழக்கமிடும் மறவர்கள் வழி வந்தவர்கள் ஆயிற்றே? பிரகு எதர்கு ஒரு பெண்ணைக் கண்டு அஞ்சவேண்டும்?

பிறகு எதற்கு அத்தகைய நாகரிகமற்றச் செயல்? – அந்த பெண் நிருபரைப் பிடித்துத் ட்ஹள்ளுவது……………………………..சரி ராஜா அமைச்சர் தான் இப்படியென்றால், அந்த ராடியாவும் சளைத்தப் பெண்மணியாகத் தெரியவில்லை!

நீரா ராடியா ‘ஹட்லைன்ஸ் டிவி” அந்த டேப்புகளை தொலைக்காட்சியில் ஒலிபரப்பப்படுவதைத் தடை செய்யவேண்டும் என்று தில்லி நீதிமன்றத்தில் தாக்குதல் செய்த மனுவை தள்ளுபடி செய்துவிட்டது!

அது பொய் என்றால், பயப்படவேண்டிய அவசியல் இல்லையே?

மேலும், ராஜா-கனிமொழி முதலியோருடன் பேசிய பேச்சுகள் சட்டத்திற்கு புரம்பாக ஒலிப்பதிவு செய்யப் பட்டிருக்கின்றன, என்று ராடியா குற்றஞ்சாட்டியுள்ளார்.

அப்படியென்றால், இவ்வாறெல்லாம் மந்திரி பதவிகளை வாங்கித்தரும் அளவில் கோடிகளை ஏமாற்றி, “அரசியல் விபச்சாரம்” செய்வது மட்டும் சட்டரீதியில் உள்ளதா என்பது அவர்கலுக்குத் தெரியவில்லை போலும்!

உமக்கெல்லாம் சந்தோஷம் கிடைக்கக்கூடிய மாதிரி, நான் ஒன்றும் செய்திகளைக் கொண்டு வரவில்லை என்றாரே, கருணாநிதி?

இந்த நிகழ்சிகள் எல்லாம் சந்தோஷம் கொடுக்கக் கூடிய வகையில் இருக்கின்றனவா?


கோபப்படும் ராஜாவின் முகங்களே பல கதைகள் சொல்கின்றன!

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  1. vedaprakash Says:

    HC refuses stay on airing of Radia-Raja tapes
    Headlines Today Bureau; New Delhi, May 7, 2010
    http://indiatoday.intoday.in/site/Story/96320/India/HC+refuses+stay+on+airing+of+Radia-Raja+tapes.html

    The Delhi High Court on Friday refused to put a stay on an application filed by corporate lobbyist Nira Radia against Headlines Today over the airing of audio tapes in which she was heard lobbying to get A. Raja a berth as telecom minister in the UPA cabinet.

    In the application, Radia had sought a permanent stay on the airing of the tapes. She has alleged that the tapes broadcast by Headlines Today are fabricated and that the conversations between Raja and her never happened.

    Radia also alleged that if at all her phone conversation was being recorded, it was done in a completely illegal manner.

    She alleged that the broadcast of these tapes were a gross breach of her constitutional right to privacy.

    After listening to the arguments of Radia’s lawyers, the high court observed that the people of India had the right to know the truth in the case, and that the truth can be a defence in such cases.

    The court also noted that the recordings were done by a government agency against whom no challenge has been filed so far.

    Headlines Today has been given a week’s time to respond to the defamation suit filed against the channel.

    The high court will hear the channel’s reply on May 17.

  2. vedaprakash Says:

    ராஜா பெண் நிறுபரைத் தள்ளினார்!
    Raja pushes away woman journalist

    Express News Service
    First Published : 08 May 2010 03:34:00 AM IST
    http://expressbuzz.com/cities/chennai/raja-pushes-away-woman-journalist/171746.html

    CHENNAI: Union Telecom Minister A Raja, who is now in the thick of a controversy following the airing of audiotapes relating to his telephonic conversation with public relations firm head Nira Radia, pushed away two television reporters at the Chennai airport on Friday.

    As Raja landed by a flight from New Delhi around 8 pm, journalists Priyamvada of Headlines Today and Ramnath of NDTV-Hindu walked up to him and sought his reaction to the airing of the tapes. Raja tried to evade the question saying he had already spoken on that, but the journalists insisted on getting a sound byte. That was when he lost his temper. He pushed both of them and walked away. When they again caught up with him and protested, saying “You cannot treat journalists like this,” Raja’s bodyguards shoved them away.

    Before getting into the car, Raja, however, gave his view: “You journalists are stupid.” Then a man in safari suit walked up to them menacingly and asked: “Are you indulging in rowdyism?”

    MUJ condemns attack on media personnel

    The Madras Union of Journalists (MUJ) condemned the despicable manhandling of journalists at the Chennai airport. In a statement, MUJ general secretary D Suresh Kumar said, “It is shocking and shameful that the minister’s supporters did not even spare a lady journalist and rudely pushed her aside, when she posed questions to Raja while discharging her professional duty. The party functionaries accompanying the minister manhandled a couple of other journalists and also showered abuses on them.” The MUJ demanded an apology from Raja for the incident and action against those who had roughed up mediapersons. Less than two weeks ago journalists were attacked on the Madras HC premises and their television camera equipment damaged. Despite an assurance from the chief minister in the Assembly that action will be taken against the assailants, the police are yet to act.

  3. vedaprakash Says:

    ‘Radia lobbied to get Raja telecom ministry’
    Ashish Khetan (Headlines Today)
    New Delhi, May 5, 2010
    http://indiatoday.intoday.in/site/Story/96109/India/%27Radia+lobbied+to+get+Raja+telecom+ministry%27.html

    Union Communications Minister A. Raja has been caught on tape lobbying with a corporate PR agent for a place in the Manmohan Singh cabinet during the second term of the UPA.

    Headlines Today is in exclusive possession of taped conversations between Raja and powerful corporate lobbyist Nira Radia just days before the swearing-in of the cabinet.

    The conversations, which were recorded by investigators for the income tax department, raise serious issues about ministerial propriety.

    The income tax sleuths had sought permission to tap the telephone of Radia, who was being investigated by the CBI and the income tax department in the telecom spectrum scam.

    Radia is one of India’s most influential power-brokers and has the biggest corporates of India as clients.

    These conversations were recorded over 300 days, starting from August 20, 2008. Raja was lobbying hard to become the next telecom minister and was being helped in this endeavour by Radia.

    Here are excerpts from a conversation recorded on May 24, 2009 at 11.05 am.

    Raja: My name is cleared?
    Radia: Yeah, your case was cleared last night itself. No, what is happening with Daya?
    Raja: Textiles or fertilisers?
    Radia: Not for Daya though, Azhagiri or Daya only one can come in?
    Raja: No, two can come…
    Radia: Both?
    Radia: Baalu, will be the problem, I hope.
    Radia: It will be difficult for the leader to justify three family members.
    Raja: (laughs) Yeah, but everybody knows…
    Radia: No she said that, Kani told me last night, that is what her father told her yesterday, that for him to justify three family members would be very difficult; he recognises that problem…
    Raja: Let us see what we can do…let us fight.

    This was how Radia informed Raja that his name had been cleared for the telecom minister’s post. The conversation had been recorded just four days before Raja’s name was officially announced as the UPA’s telecom minister.

    So how does a corporate lobbyist get to know who is getting which portfolio? And why was Raja discussing portfolios with a corporate lobbyist?

    Not just Raja, the tapes have Radia talking to DMK chief M. Karunanidhi’s daughter Kanimozhi as well.

    In these conversations, Kanimozhi – referred to as Kani – is heard telling Radia that the DMK must get the telecom portfolio. Here are excerpts from the conversation recorded on May 21, 2009 at 8:41 pm.

    Kani: Hello
    Radia: PM has already clarified that the deal has not been done. They are still in the middle of discussing it.
    Kani: They’ve already promised to give us telecom…but it cannot become that they shift…
    Radia: What?
    Kani: They have already told us that they will give us telecom. Now it shouldn’t be given to him because he’s going around planting stories.
    Radia: He’s planting it on all the channels while you were on the plane.
    Kani: Ya I know that.
    Radia: But Kanni, the PM has just made a statement that I have no problems with Raja and Baalu and they are my esteemed colleagues.
    Kani: He can make a statement. But whoever’s going to come and talk to dad shouldn’t talk otherwise.. See what people say outside and what actually they mean is different… And all of us know that in politics.

    Not just telecom, Radia and Kanimozhi had a long conversation about who is getting what portfolio. What was surprising is that Radia seemed to know exactly what is happening and who was getting which portfolio.

    Here are more excerpts from the conversations:

    Radia: Kani there’s feedback from the Congress. They say we recognise that the problem with the DMK is an internal problem. It’s a problem between the family. It’s a problem between their own people. They have given us a list of five people. This is not acceptable to us.
    Kani: Ya
    Radia: It is for them to resolve. We have told them what is the best that we can do.
    Kani: Three and four…
    Radia: We appreciate that the dialogue has broken down but it is not for us to get back to them. As far as we are concerned, Maran has been calling Ghulam Nabi Azad on the half hour demanding all sorts of things and they have told him that there is no point in you calling us.
    Kani: But what is the demand he’s got.
    Radia: He has been making the same demands that you give us five portfolios or we will not join or give us railways, otherwise he has also demanded coal and mines. So they are saying as far as we are concerned this is an internal DMK problem. It has nothing to do with the Congress at all. They have taken a decision that it is for Karuna to decide who he wants and who he doesn’t want in the formula. That has been provided to him. It’s up to Karuna to decide but they feel that there are far too many people calling him including Maran.

    The question is, is it proper for a senior leader of the DMK and a minister in the past UPA government to be talking to a known corporate lobbyist? Why is it that the lobbyist seems to know everything about the allocation of portfolios, and long before the information is made public?

  4. vedaprakash Says:

    DoT sends PMO letter defending A Raja
    10 May 2010, 0318 hrs IST,Joji Thomas Philip,ET Bureau
    http://economictimes.indiatimes.com/news/news-by-industry/telecom/DoT-sends-PMO-letter-defending-A-Raja/articleshow/5911120.cms

    NEW DELHI: With telecoms minister A Raja facing intense pressure from the Opposition over allegations that he gave away mobile licences at throwaway rates in 2008, and that he was also influenced by lobbyists when awarding these licences, his ministry has written a 21-page letter to the Prime Minister’s Office defending the actions of Mr Raja. The department of telecom (DoT) communication states the minister has already presented all the ‘facts’ to Prime Minister Manmohan Singh.

    The DoT has told the PMO that Mr Raja distributed new licences according to the recommendations of the sector regulator, Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (Trai). Its communication states that new entrants have brought in unlimited competition in public interest and adds that revenues lost by auctioning these licences will be compensated by ‘deferred accelerated revenue receipt every year’.

    The department has pointed out to PMO that India is different from other countries because telecom companies’ contribution to the exchequer here increased every year — operators share a portion of their revenues based on their sales and the airwaves they hold, which increases every year. Other countries auction licences and airwaves but do not have a similar revenue share policy, the DoT added. Defending the minister further, the department said that most global spectrum auctions cited by critics relate to 3G airwaves and not 2G.

    The DoT reply comes as the bumper gains for the government from the ongoing 3G auctions has increased the pressure on Mr Raja over his move to award new telecom licences in 2008, where pan-India airwaves were given for a mere Rs 1,651 crore, a price fixed in 2001. Mr Raja did not heed calls from several sections, including the finance ministry, to auction these licenses, which came bundled with start-up 2G airwaves. The Central Bureau of Investigations, the Comptroller and Auditor General and the Central Vigilance Commission are all investigating the awarding of licenses to new entrants.

    With a pan-India 3G spectrum now raking in about Rs 13,000 crore (based on Saturday’s closing prices) , the market price of 3G spectrum on a per megahertz basis stands Rs 2,600 crore (Rs 13,000 crore divided by 5 MHz). This is about seven time the cost at which Mr Raja offered pan-India 2G spectrum in year 2008. Since 4.4 MHz of start-up spectrum was offered, the per megahertz cost for such 2G spectrum based on the 2001 historical price works out to a modest Rs 375 crore (Rs 1651 crore divided by 4.4 MHz).

    Many of these companies, which bagged licences in 2008 for Rs 1,651 crore, sold stake to foreign companies for huge valuations. For instance, Swan had offloaded a 45% stake to UAE’s Etisalat for $900 million, Unitech divested up to 67.25% in its telecom venture to Norway’s Telenor for $1.1 billion while S Tel had sold 49% to Bahrain’s Batelco for about $225 million.

    On specific charges of revenue loss, the department told the Prime Minister’s Office that India considered telecoms an infrastructure sector and therefore ‘revenue considerations play only a secondary role’. The DoT has also defended the Swan and Unitech’s move to sell stake at huge valuations and said that these telcos have only issued fresh equity. The department has said it had brought in new norms which mandated a three-year lock in before promoters of new telcos could sell their stake as an additional safeguard.

  5. K. Venkatraman Says:

    That Sudha (Ramalingam) who fights for Ranjitha do not voice against this beastly character, as for her, this type of behaviour might be normal or acceptable.

  6. vedaprakash Says:

    Raja serves notice on The Pioneer

    PNS | New Delhi, Tuesday, May 18, 2010 , Pioneer

    Union Telecom Minister A Raja, his wife MA Parameswari and their minor daughter Mayuri Raja, represented by her mother, acting through Chennai-based legal firm P Wilson Associates, have served a legal notice on The Pioneer categorically denying the series of reports published in this newspaper between December 6, 2008 and May 3, 2010 regarding irregularities in the allocation of 2G spectrum and related matters.

    Describing the reports as “highly derogatory, defamatory, misleading and baseless,” the notice alleges that the “false, frivolous, untenable” accusations against the Minister were aimed at defaming and bringing disrepute to Minister Raja’s image and thereby “eradicate and ruin” his political career. The notice further states that The Pioneer carried such reports repeatedly and they were “calculated, deliberate and done with mala fide intention”.

    According to the advocates, this proves that our conduct was “mischievous” and amounted to “something more than what a normal daily newspaper would do”.

    Demanding prominent publication of an apology to his three clients, the advocate has sought a sum of Rs 25 crore for his first client (the Minister) and Rs 15 crore for the other two clients, that is, Raja’s wife and daughter for dragging them into the matter by publishing their photograph.

    Editor’s Note: We acknowledge receipt of the notice and are consulting legal opinion with regard to the appropriate response at a suitable forum. As a publication which believes in fair play, we would have been happy to present the Minister’s side of the story had he sought a right to reply at any stage of the publication of this series of reports.
    http://www.dailypioneer.com/256693/Raja-serves-notice-on-The-Pioneer.html

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