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Otherwiseinvestigative agencies like the CBI will continue to make it difficult for the executive to prove that deviations from policy are sometimes in the public interest At every stagethe policy should clarify that it will target keeping the airwaves cheapwhichin turnwould require efficient use of spectrum Incidentallytelecom is not the only sector in such a predicament A larger weakness in decision-making is common to policymaking across natural resources in the country The zeal to uncover a corporate-political nexus is leading to repeated cul de sacs We are mired in discussions about chargesheets and the merits of decision-makingbut this lacks any reference to the overarching principle of optimising spectrum usage Companies should be encouraged to use spectrum efficientlypricing should be optimal and technological developments should be maximised to make the best use of this resource It is not a policy turf war that is making life difficult for the telecom department Insteadit is the failure to lay out a policy in the national interestwhich the department has failed to do so farthat is costing it dear Once policy goals are made clearit becomes difficult for investigating agencies to trip up any line of action For instancein the case of the allocation of spectrum beyond the 44 MHz band in 2003at which the CBI is looking askanceif the department can show it was striving for efficiency of usagethe issue of the price paid for the spectrum becomes less relevant By the same yardstickit is easy to see why the allocation of spectrum in 2008 by former telecom minister Raja was so incorrect Instead of the questionable methods used by the auditor to calculate a loss to the exchequera more powerful argument is that more than 20 MHz of spectrum was assigned to new companies in the guise of increased competition at throwaway pricesbut most of it was never used The public is the losercheated of the chance to get better quality of service The same logic also shows that the telecom department and regulator Trai were the culprits in the early 2000sthough not quite in the way the CBI imagines They created a race that incentivised companies to add subscribers without laying out a path for the future There were no parameters outlined to increase efficiency in using airwaveswhich is akin to encouraging miners to extract the ore without any reference to safety or the long-term preservation of the mines That the companies would ask the department to allocate more spectrum to accommodate the haphazard growth in trafficmuch like the demand to expand road space to accommodate more vehicles instead of enforcing lane disciplinewas quite expected Lost in the race to pick the low-hanging fruit was a vision of the future Even nowthere are chunks of telecom bands lying unused in the 2100 Mhz spectrum and others The government and the regulators arehoweverkeen to sort out the immediate muddle rather than consider these unused efficienciesjust as they have done through most of the last decade Insteada simple declaration of the overriding goal for the sector would have set us on the path to fast growth [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Priyanka Sundar | New Delhi | Published: August 3 2017 10:15 am Babumoshai Bandookbaaz has received 48 cuts from the Censor Board along with an A certificate Related News Nawazuddin Siddiqui’s Babumoshai Bandookbaaz initially gained our attention with the first song that they released Also starring Bidita Bag the movie is an action thriller that impressed the audience with its racy trailer Nawazuddin’s rooted performance and to a point the cuss words sex and human conflict in all its glory If one had to be honest CBFC’s move to request 48 cuts in the film doesn’t come as a surprise After Udta Punjab Anaarkali of Aarah and Lipstick Under My Burkha – now it looks like receiving cuts from CBFC is like a rite of passage for movies that do reflect the truth about any society It could be a drug problem in a state or a film about problems faced by women – they all receive the same treatment So let’s cut to the chase CBFC has problems with sex and cuss words At least from the cuts that both Lipstick Under My Burkha and Babumoshai Bandookbaaz have received so far this seems to be apparent Also it has to be kept in mind that this movie has received an A certificate Meaning the film is allowed to be viewed by the adult audience only Chances of the adult audience knowing what sex and love making means are high At least as an adult who has come in contact with people from all walks of life in urban and rural setting I think so So some of the cuts asked for in the film are ridiculous In fact ridiculous would be an understatement The guideline cited by the Censor Board for one of the cuts – “To reduce by 80% the visuals of humping during love making” – is “Scenes tending to encourage justify or glamorise consumption of tobacco or smoking are not shown” Now how this is remotely connected to the scene is something that will have to be answered by CBFC Also what does 80 percent mean Are we supposed to see the beginning or the end How is 20 percent of it appropriate but not the rest Is there a logic behind CBFC’s certification If one can decode it filmmakers I am sure are going to be thankful What is the point of beeping out cuss words in an adult movie Does the CBFC actually think that their countrymen are not familiar with Bhe***** or Ch***** If they think that this movie might corrupt the minds of the audience all the CBFC certifiers have to do is take an auto ride in any city where there is traffic and I am sure they will come out of the experience as changed human beings Another cut states “mute the words bho*****” In fact more than a dozen cuts requested by the CBFC involves cuss words Words that people are used to hearing on the streets This also cites the same guideline and yet again we are confused as to what the Censor board is doing citing incorrect guidelines See | The cuts requested by CBFC in Babumoshai Bandookbaaz The other commonly used guidelines 2 (viii) and 2 (ix) are “human sensibilities are not offended by vulgarity obscenity or depravity” and “such dual meaning words as obviously cater to baser instincts are not allowed” respectively Well if the scenes in Babumoshai Bandookbaaz are considered vulgar and obscene what about movies like Kyaa Kool Hai Hum and other slapstick comedies that blatantly use the same kind of dialogues One of the most forgetful movies in Bollywood called Mastizaade could easily be termed as an offensive movie not because I say so but many did At the time of the release there were many who said that the portrayal of women in the movie was offensive to the sensibilities but wait it might not have offended the sensibilities of the CBFC then For every movie that receives the step-fatherly treatment from CBFC it is only creating an impression among the audience that Censor Board is trying to stifle the voices of artistes who are trying to tell something important to the society With the success of each movie – from Udta Punjab Anaarkali of Aarah to Lipstick Under My Burkha – it is becoming more like yet another formality to be fulfilled by the filmmakers to move to the Tribunal and seek a different outcome Film certification which is governed by The Cinematography Act 1952 is starting to feel like a restriction to the basic right of a human being Article 19 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights states that “everyone has the right to freedom of opinion and expression; this right includes freedom to hold opinions without interference and to seek receive and impart information and ideas through any media and regardless of frontiers” It looks like we are a long way from practicing this right in the biggest democratic country in the world Food for thought – don’t you think For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE 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CBI filed a chargesheet against eight Gujarat poilcemen, Delhi’s spin duo of Amit Mishra and Shahbaz Nadeem have consistently been among the wickets.

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