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Indian skipper Virat Kohli was seen spending some quality time with Anushka Sharma in Sri Lanka.While spending time in the island nation latest pictures revealed that they indulged in some environmentally friendly activityBoth were seen planting a sapling together in Kandy on Saturday Of late Virat and Anushka have been spending a lot of time in past few weeks After the West Indies tour the couple went to New York on a short vacation where Virat had posted a selfie of the two of them and had stated that he was on a much-needed break They were also spotted shopping at a local store It is well known that Anushka often accompanies Virat during International tours It is well known that Anushka often accompanies Virat during International tours A few days back Virat Anushka and Team India coach Ravi Shastri were also seen in a photograph where they met and interacted with Sri Lankan fans This is a memorable tour for the Indian captain as he made his ODI debut in Sri Lanka in 2009 Virat Kohli fanpage on Instagram also uploaded a post with Virat and Anushka’s picture Meanwhile team India is all set for a challenging contest against Sri Lanka in the upcoming ODI series and will look to continue their winning streak on this tour after whitewashing the hosts 3-0 in the Test series The visitors will finish the tour with one T20 match after the ODI series For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsThis is open season against the Indian media Arvind Kejriwal says that he will throw journalists in jail if he comes to power (he later qualified that he was referring to ‘some’ journalists) Manohar Parrikar the BJP’s aam admi chief minister has said that journalists are unqualified and take money to write The Congress has already boycotted opinion polls and accused the media of being biased against it On social media – the ultimate space for the ‘outrage industry’ – journalists are routinely accused of being ‘paid media’ For Modi bhakts Congress chamchas and AAP cheerleaders media bashing has become this election season’s favourite sport Reuters The charge of being ‘biased’ reflects a rising intolerance among the political faithful So long as the media was hailing Arvind Kejriwal as the ultimate anti-corruption prophet we were in the eyes of aam admi supporters allies in their war Now when we raise hard questions on alleged doublespeak we are accused of being lackeys of corporate India When we questioned Narendra Modi’s handling of the 2002 riots we were accused of being a pseudo-secular anti national force Now when the same media carries Modi’s rallies unedited with the assistance of the BJP’s own cameras we are accused by the Congress of ‘selling out’ to the BJP’s prime ministerial candidate On the flip side no government has been subject to the kind of media scrutiny that UPA 2 has yet that has also not stopped the media from being targeted as agents of 10 Janpath The response of media associations to this constant barrage of abuse and intimidation has been to either resort to self-righteous rage by invoking democratic principles and freedom of speech or we have chosen to stay silent in the belief that there is little point in adding to the escalating noise levels Frankly neither can the media occupy the high moral ground nor is it in our interest to hold our peace The time has come to call a spade an axe and tell it like it is: the fact is that while our political class has lost its nerve a number of us in the media have also lost our moral compass and worryingly our credibility Never before in 25 plus years in journalism has one witnessed the kind of sharp polarisation within the media along with an equally troubling drop in professional standards The polarisation is a direct result of the high stakes involved With almost 400 news channels and thousands of newspapers politicians are looking to co-opt the media to amplify their message Well choreographed events like Modi’s chai pe charcha Rahul’s "interactive" sessions or a Kejriwal roadshow are designed to manipulate the media image Rather than interrogate the dominant narrative the media has in many instances become a willing accomplice The dangers of such collusive crony journalism at election time are obvious Worse there is the regressive trend of projecting blatantly partisan agendas as ‘independent’ news and views Many of us are no longer true to our calling: we peddle half truths and at times downright sensationalism in the belief that it is no longer enough to ‘tell’ a story but that the story must be ‘sold’ in a manner that will attract maximum eyeballs In this age of hype when news becomes box office for some and ratings matter more than respect then you know you are on a slippery slope to tabloidisation At the core of the credibility crisis lies a business model which is driven by a vicious cycle of TRPs advertising revenues and hefty carriage fees to cable operators When a single national news channel still has to pay upwards of 50 crores to cable operators for telecasting a channel when subscription revenues are still kicking in all too slowly when the advertising pie is being sliced between dozens of channels then the space for investing in quality news gathering and investigations or training and mentoring young journalists is shrinking all the time We will not throw up a CNN BBC or Al Jazeera in the Indian context if we don’t have the financial muscle to match our news vision So much cheaper to get eight people to scream at each other in a studio The second issue concerns changing ownership patterns Many of the mushrooming television channels are now owned by fly by night operators and politicians whose interests are primarily in using a media platform for settling personal scores pushing political agendas or in seeking status to match monetary clout Many of these owners have little interest in the classical idea of journalism as being the relentless pursuit of the truth: instead we now have a mix of supari journalism that seeks to fix someone or one that promotes mindless infotainment But it would be easy and even misconceived to blame the fall in journalistic standards on some evil owner out there who is insisting that we place sensation above sense The buck must ultimately stop at the editor’s table Sadly the professional editor as a gatekeeper of news is being replaced by editor as fixer editor as proprietor or editor as larger than life egoistical ‘star’ all of which can diminish from the intrinsic values of journalism in the absence of adequate checks and balances Whichever kind of editor one chooses to be the inescapable reality is that the editor must be more accountable to readers and viewers A few years ago as president of the Editors Guild I had proposed that all editors declare their assets The move failed to take off I had also suggested that all editors make a written commitment that they would not allow any "paid news" or advertorials without full and transparent disclosure The proposal met with only partial success While we demand the highest standards of accountability from other public figures it is time we turned the gaze inwards Or become a species that wields power evokes fear but loses respect (The writer is editor-in-chief IBN 18 network Email: [email protected]) The Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi) has proposed to tighten the grip on the wilful defaulter in continuation of a series of steps taken by the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) to take on the wrongdoers among corporate borrowers In a discussion paper released on Monday the market-regulator has proposed to bar wilful defaulters — promoters directors or companies — from accessing capital markets to raise funds through a public issue or to take control of another listed companyThe Sebi logo Image courtesy Sebi A wilful defaulter is someone who does not pay back money to banks even if he has the capacity to do so The money is either siphoned off or diverted for unstated purposes Under Sebi’s proposed rules the wilful defaulter cannot raise debt or equity through a public issue but can raise money from existing shareholders through a rights issue or private placement to qualified institutional investors Also the wilful defaulter will not be allowed to take over a new listed firm the proposed rules allow him to make a counter offer in case of a hostile bid on his own firm That is fine since a counter offer will result in only the outgo of money from him which will be tough for a wilful defaulter Even though they can still try convincing the existing investors or an informed institutional investor to seek funds that plan is unlikely to work Any promoter who has been classified as a wilful defaulter will be extremely lucky if he manages to do so since such investors will assume significant risk No one in the right mind would prefer to bail out a wilful defaulter given the risks involved Thus the seeming leeway given to the cornered wilful defaulter is of no use in the real world In short the new rules tell the guilty promoter not to dream of fresh money from the capital market risking new investors Already the existing RBI rules prohibit such a company or promoter from accessing any fresh funding from any financial institutions or have a controlling role in any other companies once he is tagged as wilful defaulter The party thus gets ostracised from the financial system Given this backdrop blocking the wilful defaulter promoter to transact in the stock market through public issuances will make sure that all options are closed for him to attempt an escape – except seeking legal recourse He can still challenge the banker and drag him to the court room and delay the process That is no good move for the banker who is already facing immense stress from bad loan pile-up Due to this Indian banks have been increasingly acting tough on wilful defaulters in the recent years by classifying more companies as wilful defaulters than they have done ever before Banks witnessed dramatic rise in bad assets on their books on account of multiple reasons that include economic slowdown banks’ own wrong credit decisions and misuse of the banking system by corporate-political nexus About 13-14 percent of the loans given by banks are under the stressed category Also as bankers have highlighted in the past that many companies have misused the banking system by misusing the loan amount diverting from the stated purposes and seeking asylum at the loan recast facility even in cases where the reasons of stress were not genuine Cronies have played a key role in executing such recasts But with RBI pushing banks to clean up their books banks are now actively using the wilful defaulter rule to take on non-co-operative borrowers With the RBI and Sebi practically leaving no option to the corporate wrongdoers to access the financial system the only remaining option for the wilful defaulter will thus be to drag the banker to the court rooms challenging the decision like in the case of Vijay Mallya-promoted Kingfisher Airlines This will make recovery of money a lot more difficult for the banker since in most cases such firms seek legal recourse to fight the banks The more the resolution on the underlying asset gets delayed the quality of the asset deteriorates leaving very little value to the lender to get back his money Take the case of the now-grounded Kingfisher Airlines The airline which has dues of about Rs7000 crore to a clutch of banks was classified as a wilful defaulter by Kolkata-based United Bank of India in September last year But in late December the Calcutta High Court dismissed United Bank’s action of the bank citing technical grounds observing that the grievance redressal committee of the bank had four members instead of three as required under the norms United Bank is now planning a counter action According to bankers the court’s ruling might encourage other borrowers facing similar fate too to look for legal loopholes to take on the banker But banks are unlikely to give in easily since this is now or never battle for them to stay in the business State-run lenders in particular are neck-deep in bad debts which questions their very survival That will set the stage for many more such legal battles Written by Harsha Bhogle | Published: February 24 2012 2:17 am Related News With the future of four or five of the very best to be decidedIndiamore than everneed selectors of substance It is only the brave and the content who know when to go It is a difficult combination to possess and it is a rare person who has it Some years agomy father wrote of my father-in-law that by opting not to prolong a life in the intensive care unithe had vanquished death at its own game Giving up a sport might seem trivial compared to a life but for those who play itand know little else of the worldsaying good-bye to the spotlight is an almost impossibly difficult task Unless of course you are boredtiredfrustrated or have a lucrative television contract that you have to take a decision on within a week Ian Chappell said he looked at the clock at 1110Ian Healy said going to training became a burdenAnil Kumble had taken every pain-killer aroundKapil Dev had the record he so wanted and deserved But for mostplaying sport has been a way of life for twenty yearsit has been their identitytheir badge of honourtheir cloak of accomplishment It has defined them but often it has blinded them to the existence of another worldone that they must now enter and are unready for why even one they might have looked down at in the company of colleagues Am I going to buy my own tickets? And that is why picking the right selectors,which is not there. As regards special register, senior BJP leader Sushil Kumar Modi took a jibe at Nitish Kumar for finding no time to visit Muzaffarpur village where citizens suffered in arson on Sunday and instead running "Samajwad ka Pathshala" (school in socialist ideology). JD(U) chief and former Bihar CM Nitish Kumar asked party members to use social media to counter BJP. reported Contactmusic. “From the rations to waking up early to being sleep deprived.

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