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He has a long history of fines over misbehaviour one and off the court.“I know this is a character fault of mine I’m already working with a mental trainer and I thought that we were on the right track so I can’t really explain this slip-up I know I made a terrible mistake I’m paying for it and there may be more consequences But this is the price of making mistakes” “When Federico (his son with wife and retired tennis player Flavia Pennetta) grows up I’ll tell him that I was disqualified because I behaved badly on court I wasn’t a good example for kids for those who may see me as an idol since I am the best-ranked Italian player and this hurts even more” With ITF likely to hand him a harsh punishment including a Grand Slam ban Fognini said he will accept the decision and try to turn a new page on return “Should [the Grand Slam Board] decide to ban me from the next Australian Open I will accept the decision because actions have consequences and I need to pay for what I did” “Yes I must admit that I did cry when I was alone because I know that I’m not like that It hurts to read all the headlines I am aware of the severity of my mistake I take full responsibility for it A decision will be made and I’ll move on I’ll turn the page with this stain on my shoulder that will never go away” he stated For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by Chinmayi Arun | Published: June 26 2013 4:44 am Related News The domestic surveillance regime in India lacks adequate safeguards A petition has just been filed in the Indian Supreme Courtseeking safeguards for our right to privacy against US surveillancein view of the PRISM controversy Howeverwe should also look closer homeat the Indian governments Central Monitoring System (CMS) and other related programmes The CMS facilitates direct government interception of phone calls and datadoing away with the need to justify interception requests to a third party private operator The Indian governmentlike the US governmenthas offered the national security argument to defend its increasing intrusion into citizens privacy While this argument serves the limited purpose of explaining why surveillance cannot be eliminated altogetherit does not explain the absence of any reasonably effective safeguards Instead of protecting our privacy rights from the domestic and international intrusions made possible by technological developmentour government is working on leveraging technology to violate privacy with greater efficiency The CMS infrastructure facilitates large-scale state surveillance of private communicationwith very little accountability The dangers of this have been illustrated throughout history Although we do have a constitutional right to privacy in Indiathe procedural safeguards created by our lawmakers thus far offer us very little effective protection of this right We owe the few safeguards that we have to the intervention of the Supreme Court of Indiain PUCL vs Union of India and Another In the context of phone tapping under the Telegraph Actthe court made it clear that the right to privacy is protected under the right to life and personal liberty under Article 21 of the Constitution of Indiaand that telephone tapping would also intrude on the right to freedom of speech and expression under Article 19 The court therefore ruled that there must be appropriate procedural safeguards to ensure that the interception of messages and conversation is fairjust and reasonable Since lawmakers had failed to create appropriate safeguardsthe Supreme Court suggested detailed safeguards in the interim We must bear in mind that these were suggested in the absence of any existing safeguardsand that they were framed in 1996after which both communication technology and good governance principles have evolved considerably The safeguards suggested by the Supreme Court focus on internal executive oversight and proper record-keeping as the means to achieving some accountability For exampleinterception orders are to be issued by the home secretaryand to later be reviewed by a committee consisting of the cabinet secretarythe law secretary and the secretary of telecommunications (at the Central or state levelas the case may be) Records are to be kept of details such as the communications intercepted and all the persons to whom the material has been disclosed Both the Telegraph Act and the more recent Information Technology Act have largely adopted this framework to safeguard privacy It ishoweverfar from adequate in contemporary times It disempowers citizens by relying heavily on the executive to safeguard individuals constitutional rights Additionallyit burdens senior civil servants with the responsibility of evaluating thousands of interception requests without considering whether they will be left with sufficient time to properly consider each interception order The extreme inadequacy of this framework becomes apparent when it is measured against the safeguards recommended in the recent report on the surveillance of communication by Frank La Ruethe United Nations special rapporteur on the promotion and protection of the right to freedom of speech and expression These safeguards include the following: individuals should have the legal right to be notified that they have been subjected to surveillance or that their data has been accessed by the state; states should be transparent about the use and scope of communication surveillance powersand should release figures about the aggregate surveillance requestsincluding a break-up by service providerinvestigation and purpose; the collection of communications data by the statemust be monitored by an independent authority The safeguards recommended by the special rapporteur would not undermine any legitimate surveillance by the state in the interests of national security They wouldhoweveroffer far better means to ensure that the right to privacy is not unreasonably violated The emphasis placed by the special rapporteur on transparencyaccountability and independent oversight is importantbecause our state has failed to recognise that in a democracycitizens must be empowered as far as possible to demand and enforce their rights Their rights cannot rest completely in the hands of civil servantshowever senior There is no excuse for refusing to put these safeguards in placeand making our domestic surveillance regime transparent and accountablein compliance with our constitutional and international obligations The writer is research directorCentre for Communication GovernanceNational Law UniversityDelhi [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: AP | Singapore | Published: September 15 2017 12:28 pm At times this season Mercedes has struggled with its set up causing problems with balance and rear tire issues (Source: Reuters) Top News Valtteri Bottas took his new Mercedes contract in his stride even though the decision was made late in the season The Finnish driver who joined as an emergency replacement after Nico Rosberg retired just days after winning last year’s title was awarded a one-year extension this week for 2018 Despite the somewhat late call leading observers to speculate whether Mercedes had been looking elsewhere Bottas never felt “in a massive panic” about whether he would get an extra year “At no point during this year have I got any signs from the team that they were looking somewhere else” Bottas said at the Singapore Grand Prix “For sure it is a good feeling and better than not knowing and better than having no confirmation” Bottas has exceeded expectations as Lewis Hamilton’s teammate winning two races and securing seven other podium finishes to emerge as an outside contender for the title Hamilton leads Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel by three points with Bottas a further 41 behind Hamilton in third place Bottas has not written off his title hopes but knows he has to score heavily in the seven remaining races to have a chance starting with Singapore “I should start sooner than later to finish ahead of them as the season end is coming closer” he said However the sinewy street circuit in Singapore reduces speed and overtaking is more suited to Ferrari than Mercedes At Monaco and Hungary which are both notoriously hard to overtake on Ferrari secured a 1-2 and left Mercedes lagging behind “This track is not one of our strongest circuits and maybe even one of the most difficult ones” Bottas said “It is a lot about the trust in your car” At times this season Mercedes has struggled with its set up causing problems with balance and rear tire issues “If we look at Budapest and Monaco for example we have been struggling” Bottas said “It is not the easiest car to set up right” Although Singapore is a night race the sweltering humidity tests drivers’ endurance more than other races as fatigue and dehydration impact on concentration “Toward the end of the race here it is more likely that you make a mistake” Bottas said “Physical fitness does play a role” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top News “I hope it’s close tomorrow and hope we come out on top. he worked as an OSD to the then HRD Minister Manish Sisodia. played by Shashi Kapoor.

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