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It seems illogical that seventy years after independence we still have this lacuna in our rail safety set-up Should this not have been a matter of the highest priority There have been a large number of accidents involving a collision between a vehicle stuck on the tracks and an incoming train In fact such instances are so common that people do not even register a sense of deja vu when they are reported If authorities are not able to hire staff to do this job and issue due warnings there appears to be little sense in keeping these crossings open In most cases there are only fragile safeguards for vehicular traffic at such spots — for instance a pole on a rope that is stuck forever in an open position or perhaps a broken sign hidden by foliage Also incoming trains often cannot be spotted In the old days the smoke from the engine was a clearer indicator of a train approaching However this is not the case now Authorities across the country should clear out greenery along unmanned crossings immediately so that drivers can see trains thundering down the tracks The least we can do is to ensure a clear view thereby saving lives How long does it take to order the clearing of wild bushes and trees to ensure better visibility Legally there is not much that the kin of the deceased in such accidents can do In this tragic case Uttar Pradesh chief minister Yogi Adityanath has offered Rs 2 lakh as compensation to the kin of the victims However such compensation is arbitrary in nature and is not mandated by law One could make the case for the victims that railway crossings per se are integral to the functioning of the railways and must therefore be made safe and kept safe by that entity If the railways can take credit for reducing the number of unmanned crossings in the past two years it must also then take responsibility for not yet having completed a simple task towards enhancing safety As soon as it became known that MJ Akbar is deploying 97 lawyers to defend himself against allegations of sexual harassment levelled by journalist Priya Ramani supporters and participants of the #MeToo movement took a deep breath This is crunch time The enormity of the battle looms ahead and those at the forefront know that this is the time to get down to brass tacks It is all very well to offload years of bottled anger and shame on social media outing big and small names but what kind of legs will these allegations stand on in a court of law Representational image Reuters The answers to some of those questions come from the city of Chandigarh which is home to a pioneering woman who took on a senior police officer30 years ago for outraging her modesty at a high profile official party She not only got him convicted after a17 and a half years long battle but the precedents set by her case in the Supreme Court clearly show that there is ample ammunition in the law to aid today’s #MeToo fighters Almost everyone remembers the well-known case of senior IAS officer (now retired) Rupan Deol Bajaj and KPS Gill better known as Punjab’s top cop How he ‘acted indecently’ with her at an official party in July 1988 on the lawns of a government bungalow in the town in full view of the guests all of who were the top government officers of the day But few will remember how exactlyRupan secured a conviction under two archaic sections of the Indian Penal Code invoking them exclusively for the first time in 128 yearssince the IPC was drafted by the British in 1860 #MeToo is a recent development charging ahead on the wings of new media where the gathering strength of the movement offers some protection to the women and faith in their accounts?000 people. Many blame Maduro for these problemsand backlash spiked earlier this month when the Supreme Court took budgetary authority away from its congress, At the same time, "We’ve taken advantage of that and we believe the money will follow. 49. Forbes method earned them spots on the list. There is fire. It’s science. where fringe elements have taken over mainstream politics.

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