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‘Derogatory FB post sent through proxy servers’

MUMBAI, June 6, 2014,

Partially burnt vehicles lying at a street in Bhosri, Pune after the rampage by mobs over the derogatory postings of Maratha King Shivaji and Bal Thackeray on a social networking site

The Maharashtra police have little hope in tracking the culprits who posted derogatory pictures of Maratha King Shivaji and late Shiv Sena chief Bal Thackeray on Facebook on Saturday, sparking violence in Western Maharashtra.

“The Ministry of External Affairs has written to Facebook seeking technical assistance in the case. They are yet to revert formally but they have informally informed us that the contents were posted using proxy servers,” a senior officer from the Maharashtra police told South Indian Crime Point, on condition of anonymity.

These proxy servers have been tracked to various countries like the Netherlands, Romania, Ireland and Saudi Arabia. A proxy server is difficult to track, making it impossible for law-enforcing agencies to trace the accused who posted the pictures.

On Sunday, the case was transferred to the cyber cell of the Mumbai crime branch. Earlier this week, a Letter Rogatory (letter of request) was sent by the Mumbai police to Facebook seeking help in investigating the case.

Fear, distrust as Hindustan Motors managers get pink slips

Uttarpara (West Bengal), June 6, 2014,

Anger, despondency and helplessness .. the employees of the ailing Hindustan Motors exhibit all these feelings and more at the management, a day after most of the managerial staff at the Uttarpara unit were issued the dreaded pink slips, asking the management-employees to separate themselves as their employment comes to an end.

The letters signed and issued to executives and managers, by the HR head said: “Your employment will come to an end with expiry of your notice period as applicable to your grade. You will be paid your accrued entitlement and other outstandings...”

The company in a cryptic response to a query from South Indian Crime Point in this regard said: “Managerial restructuring has been an on-going process over the last 2-3 years and continues in an effort to optimise workflow whilst retaining staff that remains critical to the continuity of operations.”

The letter to executives said that the demand for the plant's only product, Ambassador car, has plunged to an all time low and has rendered manufacturing operations unviable. “The unprecedented financial situation forced the management to take the drastic decision of suspending production from May 24.”

Talks on the letter received on Wednesday are held only in hushed tones in an atmosphere of fear and distrust near the plant's closed main gate. The affected persons are wary of running into trouble with the management regarding the receipt of their dues as they try to think of alternative avenues of keeping their home and hearth together.

Unionised workers told this correspondent at the factory gates how there is an overall feeling of betrayal and anger at the promoters who they felt had done little to protect and promote a brand that many consider a legend. There are an estimated 2,300 workers and some 295 employees in the managers and executive category. A vast majority of the management cadre are being asked to go even as the company said that it was now busy working with various strategic issues including a recast of the business model.

 

 

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