Court defers 2G spectrum cases against Raja,
CBI Special Judge O.P. Saini deferred the matter gazing that files filed within the case have been voluminous and technical in nature which had been nevertheless beneath perusal.
The judge said that it might take good-sized time and deferred the matter for September 20 for additional clarification, if required.
The courtroom was hearing two separate instances associated with 2G spectrum allocation. One is being probed via the Central Bureau of Investigation and the alternative by the Enforcement Directorate.
In April, the courtroom had against spectrum reserved its order.
According to the CBI, Raja turned biased in allocating 2G cellular airwaves and operating licenses to telecom companies, causing a massive loss to the kingdom exchequer.
The CBI charge sheet said Rs 2 hundred crores was transferred from DB Group to Kalaignar TV, kickbacks instead of the 2G spectrum allocation to Swan Telecom Pvt Ltd.
Enforcement Directorate has filed a separate case associated with cash laundering alleging that a conspiracy turned hatched by Raja, Kanimozhi, DMK supremo M. Karunanidhi’s wife Dayalu Ammal others and that the Rs two hundred crore become proceeds of the crime.
All accused, consisting of Raja, were out on bail.
On September 20, the courtroom may also seek rationalization in a 2G case in opposition to Essar and Loop promoters.
The CBI has alleged that the promoters of the Essar Group have been the real investors and beneficiaries of the spectrum and licenses issued to Loop Telecom, which became used as a front agency by way of Essar to acquire 2G licenses and spectrum in 2008.
Essar and Loop promoters were going through the trial for hatching conspiracy to cheat the authorities for obtaining spectrum license.
Working relationships can be fragile, especially in the workplace, where they are often built and destroyed by our actions. Building healthy, secure, and harmonious relationships is important to us personally and to underpin the success of the organization we work for. We need to build effective relationships for several reasons:
- The health of people depends on what happens in organizations and what they do. Overwork, stress, harassment, or bullying all impact a person’s health and, therefore, on their ability to fulfill their role within the organization. Staff who are stressed make mistakes costing the organization time, effort, money, and reputation.
- Organizations only function with the co-operation of their members – staff are at the coal face of the organization,
- fulfilling all the functions necessary to ensure success. If there is disharmony in the workplace, this can negatively impact the organization’s success.
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What Is an Effective Relationship?
Building an effective relationship means listening to understand someone else’s positions and feelings. The simplest way to understand what is important to another person or a group is to ask, then listen to the answer. We all know when someone else is really interested in us; the other person is attentive, does not interrupt, does not fidget, and does not speak for him or herself. This gives us time to think and feel accepted rather than feel we are being judged.
Building an effective relationship means openly expressing your position and feelings. Sometimes we expect people to understand what we want and to give us what we need intuitively. This is not a realistic standpoint. We need to say what we need and to express how we feel. By doing this, we are more likely to get what we want, rather than expecting someone to notice what we want, then waiting for that person to give it to us and getting upset when it doesn’t happen.
To make relationships more effective, we should treat ourselves and each other with respect. Respect is the core of any good relationship. You can respect people (even if you find their behavior difficult to understand) by acknowledging that they are doing the best they can when their circumstances and history are considered.
Developing Effective Workplace Relationships
Building effective workplace relationships begins with understanding your role and how it contributes to the organization’s overall plans and objectives. Your own role is large, defined by your job description and information in the organization’s staff handbook (if available). These documents outline:
- the organization’s code of conduct – the organization’s behavioral standards and ethics the organization expect of you
- regarding the duties and confidentiality issues that relate to your job.
- the legal obligations you must comply with
- exactly what tasks your role entails who you report to:
- levels of supervision and accountability in your role
- the team structure
- how your department fits into the rest of the organization
- the skills, training & competence you are expected to bring with you to the role and what you may be required to learn in terms of ongoing professional development (PD) training