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Sarang Arun Deshmukh Ananthkumar For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Pune | Published: April 29 2017 12:57 am Under new rules an agency will be allowed to undertake open digging only when other methods have been ruled out Top News With the rising number of complaints about inconvenience caused by road digging work the Pune Municipal Corporation (PMC) has decided to get strict before permitting telecom companies to lay cables “The civic administration is not taking any chances this time and is extremely cautious about giving permission for digging roads to agencies laying utility service cables” said a PMC officer According to municipal commissioner Kunal Kumar’s decision the civic administration has rejected permission to many telecommunication companies to lay cables until they clear the dues pending with the civic body “The telecommunication companies have their mobile towers across the city There were many of them that were illegally operating and were not paying property tax so it was decided that the telecom companies that clear the dues would be allowed to dig roads to lay underground cables for establishing their network in the city” he added Also the decision has been taken that no agency be allowed to undertake open digging unless other new methods are not possible The permissions are for Horizontal Directional Drilling (HDD) and trenching which cause the least damage to the surface and are easy to repair as opposed to the open digging process The digging rates for the new technology-based process has been kept less than the charges for open digging civic officer said adding “If the agencies violate the rules then they are penalised with three times the charges for the particular stretch of digging” The civic administration is ensuring that there is no wrongdoing and has appointed a separate vigilance team that verifies the digging work through on-site visits he added The PMC to ensure that citizens do not suffer due to bad condition of roads during monsoon resulting from digging work restricts the agencies from digging roads ahead of monsoon For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Top NewsUpdated: March 26 2014 8:39 am Related News It is the media-made celebrity who is most visible in these elections Eversince NT Rama Rao (NTR) became chief minister of Andhra Pradesh in 1983 the number of film stars in politics has risen dramatically Today this trend is not confined to AP where the Congress roped in film stars in the 1984 general election to counter NTR’s star appeal or to Tamil Nadu where every single chief minister since 1967 has been an actor or scriptwriter This is now a truly national phenomenon But why do political parties need stars One explanation often heard is that the electorate is growing younger and prefers relatively young candidates with “clean” records We are also told that in the age of TV debates and live coverage well turned out politicians are in high demand These explanations do not quite account for the fielding of middle-aged and retired actors Neither do they factor in the incapacity of several celebrities including Telugu megastar Chiranjeevi to make a good impression at election rallies and on television Two related features distinguish the new crop of star-politicians from their legendary counterparts — MG Ramachandran (MGR) NTR and J Jayalalithaa First very few stars in the batch of 2014 continue to have film careers They are either retired or have never really had much of a screen career Hema Malini and Gul Panag representing the BJP and AAP respectively exemplify the two types of today’s star-politician Second stars are jostling for the limelight with a variety of other famous people including mediapersons scions of erstwhile ruling families and sportspersons Star-politicians do not occupy the pride of place that they once did The difference between MGR and NTR and their present day counterparts may lie in the gap between what film scholar M Madhava Prasad terms “star value” and “star power” Star value he argues can be monetised An actor with star value delivers box office hits and advertisements featuring him are capable of pushing products More recently actors’ star values have been enhanced by their presence in domains that are not directly related to the cinema (ownership of cricket teams for example) Star power is an altogether different thing It can’t be created by hype or promotion It is a position that a star is entrusted with by the viewers Significantly actors with star power emerge as representatives of entire populations such as linguistic communities This capacity of a star to represent a population is independent of the political process Star power is therefore a rare and infinitely more precious attribute than star value It is not stardom to which we should turn for clues to understand the present scenario but the manufacture of celebrities by the mass media Film stars are no doubt celebrities However in the age of satellite television it is possible for a relatively minor actor to become a celebrity India’s political establishment has turned to celebrities and celebrities to politics in an attempt to harness star value The operative logic is that of rent: all concerned hope that the celebrity’s face will earn rent in the form of votes In this scheme of things someone like Rakhi Sawant who has a demonstrable capacity to stay in the news would be a reasonably good choice as a contestant The point is not whether she wins the election: the biggest stars have delivered expensive duds at the box office no less a politician than Indira Gandhi lost an election The beauty of the model is that the celebrity is fungible — you can replace an entire set with a new one in five years — and rarely has the political clout to make demands on the party All things considered 2014 promises to be a watershed election for celebrity politicians Foremost on the minds of observers and party bosses is the question of the political worth of film stars and other celebrities I have four actors on my watch-list for assessing the impact of star politicians in our time Nagma standing from Meerut on a Congress ticket reportedly chose to act in Bhojpuri films after her career in Hindi as well as Telugu and Tamil cinema was over in preparation for a crossover into full-time politics The second is Gul Panag the AAP’s candidate in Chandigarh She augmented her unremarkable acting career with charitable activities and by participating in the India Against Corruption campaign The third is Pawan Kalyan Chiranjeevi’s youngest brother He established the Jana Sena Party declaring his intention to play kingmaker by aligning with other anti-Congress forces It is not clear if his party will contest in 2014 let alone win a single seat Finally there is Vijayashanthi who entered politics after her role as a Dalit woman from Telangana made her a superstar in the region She was elected to Parliament from Medak on a TRS ticket in 2009 but joined the Congress after the passage of the Telangana bill She is likely to be pitted against her former party colleague and Telangana’s biggest politician K Chandrasekhar Rao of the TRS Even if a last-minute electoral alliance is forged between the Congress and TRS Vijayashanthi will continue to be the most charismatic Congress politician of Telangana Better still she is unlikely to face any challenge as the only Telugu film star after NTR to be a serious contender for chief ministership The writer is senior fellow at the Centre for the Study of Culture and Society and visiting professor at the Centre for Contemporary Studies Indian Institute of Science Bangalore He is the author of ‘Megastar’ and ‘Politics as Performance’ [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related News and according to a new study a sedentary 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