Saturday, November 25, 2006

Can we allow an endangered species to succumb to political rhetoric

Politicians and promises. Howevermany number of times you may have cracked up at the amnesic unattainability of the latter by the former, you’ll now fervently wish it possessed some element of actuality, if only for the sake of some soft -haired, shy antelopes. For, along with the drive to mobilise more “agencies for urban employment generation programs” in J&K is being touted a frighteningly preposterous prospect of lifting the ban on the literal died-in-the-wool Frankenstein of a fabric, shahtoosh.

Whether in a fit of rhetoric-rush or a grossly miscalculated measure to map the favour of minority vote banks, Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) president Mehbooba Mufti declared that the sanctions on shahtoosh had only served to render the weaver class resourceless, and thus be emoved. The suggestion, obviously, was ade with little regard for the non-voter dwellers of the high-altitude (14,000 to 18,000 ft ) terrains of Tibet, China and India the Chiru or the Tibetan Antelope.

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IIPM Editorial, 2006

Dean of IIPM :- Professor Arindam Chaudhuri (Renowned Management Guru and Economist)

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