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A pre-publication injunction can only be granted in the rarest of rare cases The jurisdiction to grant such injunction is a very narrow one and can be exercised with great caution specially in a case of libel and slander A restraint can only be granted if an atrocious libel is wholly unjustifiedcausing serious injury to the plaintiff and it appears to a court that the defence of privilege or justification is just not possible A reputation is a matter of private interest A publication may involve public interest In a conflict between the twothe scales inevitably lean in favour of public interest Howeverprivate interest and reputations will only be protected when the plea of privilege or justification of truth almost appears impossible to be sustained The court will grant a restraint order if satisfied that no defence would be available in such cases Howeverin cases where the subject matter of publication deals with issues of governancecorruptionmaladministration or on issues of misconducta judicial gag order ought never to be granted While granting judicial restraint ordersthe courts must also be concerned with the possibility of non-enforcement of these orders The courts ought never to grant an order that cannot be enforced Thusan order restraining the electronic media from telecasting a particular news may be rendered otiose if international channels decide to telecast the same news item Digital sites can be loaded with such information from anywhere in the world The identity of the loader would remain anonymous E-mailsblogs and websites across the world may be circulating the restrained article Social media would be carrying comments at length Only the national media would stand restrained The satellite does not respect geographical boundaries This would lead to a mockery of the judicial order Courts do not pass orders which are impossible or difficult to implement Futility of judicial orders which are incapable of enforcement would have to be borne in mind by judges when they pass such orders A conflict between competing public interests will always have to be considered when judicial orders restraining publications are made There is an overriding public interest in publicationdissemination of information and discussion It is the essence of a democratic society Even courts ought not to offend such a public interest The writer is leader of opposition in the Rajya [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Anand Teltumbde | Published: April 14 2016 12:05 am Prime Minister Narendra Modi Related News While delivering the sixth Ambedkar Memorial Lecture in March PM Narendra Modi made two amusing statements He said that he was an Ambedkar bhakt and assuring that reservations would never be touched he said that even if BR Ambedkar himself came and demanded their revocation he would not accept it Modi’s bhakti is understandable but Ambedkar disliked bhakts particularly in political life At a meeting in Bombay in March 1933 Ambedkar was annoyed that superlatives were used for him He reprimanded the organisers saying “These ideas of hero worship will bring ruin on you if you don’t nip them in the bud By deifying an individual you repose faith for your safety and salvation in one single individual… If you fall a victim to these ideas your fate will be no better than logs of wood in the national stream of life Your struggle will come to naught” In a lecture delivered on the 101st birthday of MG Ranade he elaborately explained why he was against hero worship In Nagpur on the eve of his conversion ceremony people came to greet him and began falling at his feet in reverence Ambedkar although not well took his stick and hit one of them shouting that he did not like their servile behaviour If Ambedkar had been alive even Modi would have been reprimanded that he had better focus on his constitutional duty to protect Dalits from the oppressive state he heads rather than worship him In light of the heavy cuts in allocation of funds for development of Dalits rampant suppression of the radical expression of Dalit students institutional murders of promising Dalit scholars like Rohith Vemula attitude of vengeance of the HRD ministry against Dalit students and trampling of the Constitution with impunity Modi singing paeans to Ambedkar seems hypocritical Ambedkar would never have approved of squandering public money on building grand memorials to him while twoDalits are murdered and five Dalit women raped daily Modi should know that the condition of Dalits has worsened since he became PM The second point Modi made is more intricate Ambedkar is singularly responsible for reservations; initially for political representation and later in public employment and educational institutions But when he won separate electorates for Dalits Gandhi blackmailed him with his fast unto death into giving them up in the Poona Pact There remained no theoretical possibility of a true representative of the Dalit masses getting elected The earliest proof of this is provided by Ambedkar himself — he could never win an election in post-Independence India Reservations in public employment and educational institutions proved beneficial initially but soon their limitations and negativities began surfacing Reservations instituted in colonial times were cunningly used as an alibi to preserve caste in the Constitution as a weapon to divide Indians Creating a separate schedule of tribes and having a vague provision to extend reservations to backward classes were part of this cunning In its mechanics reservations progressively kept helping its beneficiaries and thereby created a class detached from the Dalit masses Leave aside public-sector jobs which have been consistently coming down since 1997 under pressure from neoliberal policies effectively bringing reservations to an end reservations in our premier educational institutions have been supply-starved because of these faulty mechanics Reservations are unquestioningly seen as a benefit without a reckoning of the huge social and psychological costs they entailed on Dalits The biggest cost of reservations is the decimation of Ambedkar’s dream of the annihilation of caste The psychological havoc it plays on the minds of Dalit children early on in schools — that they belong to some inferior species — reduces them to confirm the self-fulfilling prophesy Reservations have also provided a cover for the ruling classes to neglect their obligation to provide for basic needs of people — public healthcare education and employment If Ambedkar had been alive today to see the full unfolding of these policies he would have certainly demanded their revocation Modi representing the ruling classes inadvertently revealed that come what may they would never touch reservations Dalit naiveté may take his statement to be a sign of great commitment But it is time Dalits wokeup from their emotional stupor and saw whom reservations really benefit and who pays for them Teltumbde is author of ‘Mahad: TheMaking of the First Dalit Revolt’ For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Anand Mohan J | New Delhi | Updated: September 2 2017 7:13 am The heap of trash atop a 50-metre mountain of garbage ‘broke off and collapsed’ into the canal; (below) people look for those trapped under the garbage (Express Photo/Amit Mehra) Related News A massive heap of garbage came crashing down at the Ghazipur landfill site on Friday afternoon killing two people and sweeping away several vehicles plying on the adjacent road Locals said the heap of trash perched atop a 50-metre mountain of garbage “broke off and collapsed” into the Hindon canal The water from the canal and the garbage then swept away two Splendor bikes a Scooty and a Hyundai Xcent cab into an adjacent canal which had a grill that could not bear the impact and broke “We heard a roaring noise It sounded like an explosion The heap of trash had broken off and turned into a landslide” said Ayub an eyewitness The impact of the crash was such that a concrete wall bordering the landfill was destroyed and more than 14 streetlights were left lopsided The dead Raj Kumari and Abhishek were fished out of the canal by divers of the local boat club Raj Kumari was riding pillion on a Scooty while Abhishek was on a Splendor bike The injured — Karan Pankaj Amit Deepak and Ayub Ansari — were rescued by locals and other rescue agencies Police received a call at 338 pm following which the district DCP ACP and SHO of Ghazipur reached the spot Four ambulances and fire tenders were initially pressed into service However such was the magnitude of the task that 21 additional fire tenders had to be deputed by the Delhi Fire Services NDRF spokesperson Krishan Kumar said they had deputed one team comprising 45 personnel to aid in rescue operations Read |Garbage dump crossed danger mark in 2002 but EDMC DDA kept shifting blame Around four dumpers started clearing the debris and two cranes fished out submerged vehicles Rescue operations stopped at 7 pm due to poor visibility The teams managed to scour more than 500 metres of the canal However a team of divers from the NDRF continued rescue operations till 830 pm Even thought police and other rescue agencies ruled out the possibility of more bodies surfacing locals claimed the landslide had engulfed the local goat market and that some traders were feared dead Also read |Youth recounts horror: We saw garbage and then the water rose “Several people have been reported missing They were all traders who used to ply cattle” claimed Mohammed Aquil the livestock market’s president DCP (east) Omvir Singh said “We cannot rule out the possibility Locals have said nobody used the road but there are also claims that people were buried We have also registered a case under Section 304(a) against unknown persons” For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: September 23 2017 4:07 am Nirvaan now weighs 372 kg (Source: Express Photo) Related News When 34-year-old Bandra-based businessman Vishal (surname withheld on request) heard his wife had delivered in 22 weeks of pregnancy he expected to see an “alien-looking” pre-term baby not sure how developed his physical features would be Born weighing 610 gram and measuring 32 cm Nirvaan remained in neonatal intensive care unit for 132 days since his birth on May 12 surviving internal brain bleed hernia surgery eye treatment and three punctures near his lung This is one of the youngest pre-term babies to survive in India In 2011 a 24-week newborn boy Surya had survived in Mumbai followed by another 23-week baby Sakshi who also survived In the latest case a team of 14 doctors and over 50 nurses were posted to handle the baby Nirvaan now weighs 372 kg and is slated to get discharged in two days from the Surya hospital in Santacruz (West) “It was 11 in the morning when I was undergoing scans and had lower back pain The labour started immediately and by 214 pm the baby was delivered I did not even get time to prepare” says Retika 34 who works as a manager in an aviation company She suffered from urinary tract infection when she went into labour pain According to gynaecologist Sejal Desai she delivered within minutes of reaching the hospital in Santacruz from Bandra Nirvaan was placed on high frequency ventilator support in the delivery room itself Doctors at Surya hospital said that survival chances of such pre-term births are 15-20 per cent of which half who do survive develop neurological problems “When I saw our baby in an incubator the emotional bond was formed We discussed with our family and decided to try whatever was medically available to save him” Vishal says “In the first six weeks it was difficult to say whether he would survive After his third surgery where air around his lung was punctured out I asked my wife whether we should let it go” the father adds Nirvaan had underdeveloped brain and lungs while his other organs were too premature to function on their own He was put on respiratory support for 12 weeks The under-developed brain faces risk of internal bleeding Nirvaan suffered from a brain bleed once but recovered “Such babies may suffer from neurological problems We conducted five ultrasounds to ensure there was no anomaly” neonatologist Dr Hari Balasubramanian said adding “sometimes it was difficult to clearly spot the baby in the bundle of tubes gadgets incubator and ventilator support he was in” Nirvaan required a hernia operation when he was 35 months old Another laser surgery to treat damage in the retina retinopathy was conducted along with multiple blood transfusions According to Dr Bhupendra Avasthi director of Surya hospital survival chances were high once the baby weighed 1 kg Two weeks ago the 45-month-old baby was weaned off ventilator support and put on breast feed “It’s been very difficult specially for our baby to survive all this” Retika says While government hospitals do not have the sophistication to handle such cases such as portable x-rays CT-scans constant nursing manpower and neonatologists private treatment comes at huge costs A single day’s ICU charge was Rs 10000 taking the cost of just intensive support for 132 days to Rs 132 lakh Cost of other variables such as surgeries tests and medications can escalate the bill beyond Rs 20 lakh In government hospitals doctors have been able to help babies weighing as low as 700 grams survive after pre-term delivery post 30 weeks Across Maharashtra there are 36 newborn care units to support such neonatals but no neonatologist to treat critically ill newborns [email protected] For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related News“The teacher is the fulcrum around which school education revolves; it is rightly said that an education system is as good as its teachers” observes the National Policy on Education 2016 The report highlights the problem of teacher management that poses a serious challenge to robust education system The report states "While many initiatives have been taken in the last few decades to improve the process of teacher recruitment transfers deployment and competencies the system by and large continues to be chaotic and not capable of providing good quality school education" There are more than 80 lakh teachers in elementary schools and more than 20 lakh in secondary and higher secondary schools in the country Around 59 percent of elementary teachers are in government schools; and yet around 8 percent of all elementary schools in the country are single teacher schools? 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