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Religion is the opium of the masses, said Karl Marx Had he experienced the political scenario after imperialism and feudalismhe may have said politics is more than opiumits anesthesia to make the population sleep Howevernobody can deny that a countrys cultural base is always religion Ive been introspecting about whycollectivelyIndia is not quite quality-centric In business workshopsI try to project that as a deliverables hidden part is its real qualitycompanies should stretch to score here But this non-visible quality area gets scant attention from participants Being at a loss to understand thislet me hazard an analysis with religious roots as QCW (quality customers want) has been this columns subject these past four weeks Please take my analysis without prejudice; I respect every individuals faith Francemy adopted countryis Catholic dominated Here God is one and good and bad values well-established Its the only credibly anchored religion existing in exactly the same administrative way for 2000 years in the Vatican Christianitys doctrines have underlying rational factors that bind Christians in a strong belief system Catholic rules were so strong that in 1559refusing to go to church attracted a 12-pence fine Religion doesnt allow killingyet politics found a way to eliminate enemies Theyd legitimised political death sentence by pulling in a Catholic priest to certify that society is sacrificing its evil side Before the Church gave freedom of expression in artliterature and science in end-15th centurypeople werent allowed to thinkcreate or write anything beyond God Using this liberalisationWestern society mesmerised the world with invention after invention But their value system called valeur rationelle is always recognisable All consciously follow cultural attachment to one Godone principal rational belief system to avoid Gods wrath If you extrapolate Christianitys single God and belief factoryou will find it exists in IslamBuddhismJudaism These believers in any country have the same understanding because their knownindoctrinated practices glue them culturally In developed countriesnot everyone regularly practices religion But their single minded collective focus in one non-visible God is so strong that everyone can easily strive for one goal Sex is taboo in Catholicismallowed only for procreation A section of Christians revolted against this denial of sex and abortion But in spite of disruptions and perversionsa religious principle binds believers to their non-visible Godhis representative sits in the Vatican This collective valeur rationelle has made Western business practices very strong in the objective of providing QCW Coming now to Hindu-dominated Indiawe find hundreds of Gods and Goddesses Hinduism is a way of life Theres no compulsion from religious dogma Every individuals inclination towards God can differ by choice This miscellany along with all other religions secular India acceptsmakes ours a vast multiplicity of people requiring no sanction from anyone So by religion itself we are democratic Appreciation of this liberty is the birth of Hare Krishna movement and hippies in the 1960s when Western Christians sought sanctuary from religious domination Only in this open-minded milieu of India can you nurture flexibility to drive a $70 billion global business Thats the strength of Indias IT industry which unleashes thousands of engineers to service MNC companies in every corner of the globe Free-thinking and tolerance have unparalleled valuehowevercollective discipline becomes a challenge in this egalitarian culture Industrial business systems require quality delivery without deviation and quality customers want requires collective focus This is where different people having different interpretations snowballs into a huge concern India has no QCW standard Is Hinduisms diversity making it more of a challenge to achieve QCW than anywhere else My research reveals that Hinduisms go-as-you-like system is subliminally ingrained in majority of Indias population So collectivelyone standard quality has not been easy to gain Its normal for every company in India to have employees of different religions and beliefs But as company culturehow do you align them to a single-minded quality drive In the globalised world where the scale of product and service duplication is the big business gametheres now a clash of understanding valeur rationelle or non-visible quality customers want The only way to address QCW in India is for every industry to define its quality parameters by filtering the QCW in that industry An internal process has to then stringently drive these filtered points as a single company culture After allwhats QCW but the straight route to customer repeat purchase Living in the West has disciplined me to ferret out non-visible factors that strengthen quality My urge is to always fortify the working process root of every product or service by incorporating QCW Businesses in Indiaboth domestic and foreignrequire huge QCW discipline Cultural flexibility was thumbs up for the IT industry; QCW is the sure-fire win for each and every companys growth Indian companies will succeed in competitive global markets only when employees mandatorily drive each companys identified QCW parameters Shombit Sengupta is an international creative business strategy consultant to top management Reach him at http://s.wwwshiningconsultingcom For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by P Chidambaram | Updated: February 14 2016 5:35 am Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (Trai) has received a record 24 lakh comments on the paper Top News How quickly an idea or a word or a phrase can spread across a country In a matter of weeks the phrase “net neutrality” went from a term used by a small group of tech industry insiders and academics to a phrase of common usage The phrase means that the Internet will treat all content it carries equally indifferent to the nature of the content or the identity of the user It was as if there was an election There was a high decibel campaign between December 9 2015 and February 8 2016 There were two parties In a sense there was voting where people were asked to respond to a consultation paper put out by the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) The only thing missing was the election symbols Crouching Tiger and Hidden Dragon would have been apt symbols for the two sides The hidden dragon argued for allowing service providers to be able to give free access to certain websites and to price access to other content differently The face of the campaign on this side was Facebook and its founder Mark Zuckerberg The crouching tiger argued for net neutrality There was no identified face on this side but there was NASSCOM there were many passionate individuals and there was a hashtag #SavetheInternet Government was a silent but somewhat wary player Net neutrality wins Had it not been for the citizens’ movement the net neutrality consultation held by the TRAI may have ended differently TRAI and the government made confusing noises last year The consultation paper on over-the-top services sent mixed signals Initially the government did not make any commitment to protect net neutrality When a committee of the Department of Telecommuni-cations supported net neutrality the Ministry did not fully own the committee’s view However when TRAI published the Regulations on February 8 net neutrality was the winner The Regulations are categorical: “No service provider shall offer or charge discriminatory tariffs for data services on the basis of content” They also prohibit service providers from entering into agreements with any person that could lead to discriminatory tariffs The only exceptions will be content related to some emergency services and closed electronic communication networks Rival arguments Common protocols bind the Internet as a network of networks In the early 1980s the pioneers of Internet sent a tough command that required everyone to implement common protocols or risk going off the Internet That fiat enabled the open nature of the network and laid the foundations for the Internet’s rapid growth If service providers get to slice and package Internet content this principle would be compromised and they would have excessive power to influence consumer behaviour This is especially relevant in the case of persons who have never used the Internet before On the other hand those who favour giving service providers freedom to package and price content differently make the ‘free market’ argument — let them provide the service in any way they want and competition will take care of everything They also argue that free access to the Internet will lead to inclusion of those — two out of three Indians today — who do not have access They point to the US and many countries of Europe that have not opted for a blanket ban on differential pricing and to many countries who have not yet taken any regulatory decision Classification vs discrimination TRAI has recognised that restricted access is not a solution and also that inclusion does not mean poor quality access for poor people But is the debate settled finally I doubt it There are two if not more hurdles The first is because TRAI does not have the final word Its decision can be appealed to the Telecom Disputes Settlement Appellate Tribunal (TDSAT) Its Regulations can also be challenged in the High Court and the Supreme Court and in all probability will beThe second hurdle is the Constitution of India TRAI has equated ‘differential tariffs’ with ‘discriminatory tariffs’ The Constitution permits classification based on intelligible differentia A case of permissible ‘classification’ will not be a case of impermissible ‘discrimination’ Suppose a user has no interest in any content except limited content (contained in certain websites) Cannot a service provider offer a package of content that would be directly useful to a farmer or a student or a homemaker justify that package as a separate class of content and offer it free to the user in order to retain the custom of the user TRAI has not addressed this question Debate not over I broadly support TRAI’s decision My worry however is that the Regulations are too definitive and categorical and allow no room for innovation or experimentation The US and some European countries allow or disallow models on a case-by-case basis The full consequences of TRAI’s blanket ban will play out in the months and years to come and I hope that in due course TRAI would amend the Regulations suitably to allow for exceptions in public interest Net neutrality is not a slogan and Regulations are not slogans written into the law; they need to have more nuance Net neutrality is a larger concept than the differential pricing issue addressed in the new Regulations India may need a parliamentary law on the subject The debate and the policy process on net neutrality are far from over Website: pchidambaramin Twitter: @Pchidambaram_IN For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: IANS | Dubai | Published: January 17 2017 9:57 pm Raees directed by Rahul Dholakia is slated to release on January 25 Top News Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan and his Raees co-star Nawazuddin Siddiqui will visit Dubai ahead of the film’s release to promote the action thriller Raees directed by Rahul Dholakia is slated to release on January 25 According to a report in Khaleej Times Shah Rukh and Nawazuddin will visit Bollywood Parks a first-of-its-kind theme park and will later visit the Night Court of Arabian Center where they will meet and greet fans The team is likely to be here for a two-day visit said a source in the know of developments But it is not yet clear if Pakistani actress Mahira Khan who features in a pivotal role in the movie will be part of the Dubai promotions Shah Rukh had last month assured Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS) President Raj Thackeray that Mahira will not come to India for promoting the film This came after the MNS had strongly protested against hiring of Pakistani actors by Indian filmmakers following the September 18 2016 Uri attack that left 19 Indian soldiers dead Dubai is also a place close to Shah Rukh who had last month also featured in a #BeMyGuest film by Dubai Corporation for Tourism and Commerce Marketing (DCTCM) inviting people to be his “guest” at the city of sun sand and adventure He also owns a house here Also Read:On Javed Akhtar’s 72nd birthday birthday wishes and a special party is in theworks Meanwhile Raees makers will be releasing its original sound track separately in the music album The film’s director Rahul Dholakia says the source of inspiration was the Sholay album “I was a kid when ‘Sholay’ released but I do remember listening to Gabbar’s theme and the iconic dialogues on radio So when the idea came up about the original soundtrack (OST) I was most excited” Dholakia said in a statement For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by SUKHMANI KAUR | Chandigarh | Published: June 5 2013 2:05 am Related News The hot and dry weather conditions being experienced by the city residents will continue to prevail for some timewith the Meteorological Department predicting no rain in the coming days According to the Met Departmentthe sky is likely to be cloudy on June 8 and 9 But rains are not expected The temperature is also expected to rise in the coming days The first week of May has been observed as the hottest week of the year with the entire region facing a heat wave While high temperatures prevailed at most placesAmritsar broke all records with the maximum temperature being recorded as 48 degree Celsius Rainfall was experienced in the second weekbut after May 15a sudden rise in temperature was noted It was 438 degree Celsius in the city and 446 degree Celsius at Chandigarh Airport on May 24 Summers this year have been dry as compared to last year?overall, For all the latest Chandigarh News, said the police. sub-inspector Narinder said the girl’s family belongs to Nepal. questioned how SDMC sanctioned construction of the stadium if it had received no NOC from L&DO. “I don’t have any reason to lie.data was tabulated and requests sent last year, Lucknow Development Authority (LDA) vice-chairman A P Tiwari said the Lucknow Metro Rail Corporation (LMRC) will acquire nearly half of the ashram along with another adjoining land,the imposing fortress built in 1734 that houses Detection of Crime Branch in Ahmedabad.

? The road passes through many privately-owned plots, to garner support for Rasheed.700 employees. the monorail is incurring losses of around Rs 10 lakh everyday. which is not okay,the sake of coming into power. For all the latest Sports News, who has moved to Aston Villa.

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