TRAI chief tells telecom companies not to insult subscribers.
R.S.Sharma, chairman of the TRAI, has told the telecom companies not to insult subscribers. On the issue of paying compensation for call-drops, some of the telecom companies have told that subscribers would deliberately drop calls, to claim compensation. “Are your telling me that 50 crore people in this country will run to get Rs.3 through a call drop every day?, asked the TRAI Chairman.
R.S. Sharma, Chairman, TRAI, has refuted the claim of the telecom companies that they would face Rs.54, 000 cror annually by way of compensation to call-drops. According to the TRAI, the telecom companies may lose Rs.800 crore annually on this count. The TRAI has stated that its tests conducted in June and September showed no improvement i the call-drop situation. TRAI would make another set of tests in December and the ‘call-drop’ compensation to consumers will be implemented from 1st January 2016.
In his speech at the Paris Summit on Climate Change, which is attended by 150 nations’ heads, US President Barack Obama has stated that US embraces responsibility to fix climate. As the second top most emitter country of greenhouse gases, it is correctly the responsibility of US to take the lead. But so far, US has not done much to reduce emission of greenhouses gases, but was compelling the developing countries like India to do so.
Let us hope that the assurance is not a passing remark and will be implemented
At the time when 150 nations’ heads are meeting in Paris Summit to discuss about the climate change and how to reduce gas emissions, protest rallies are being held in many countries demanding the summit to take concrete decisions to reduce the greenhouses gases so that the world is saved from the coming catastrophe.
As Prime Minister Narendra Modi stated in his speech in the summit, India is suffering much more due to climate change, even though it is far behind in the list of countries emitting greenhouse gases. it is to be noted that the developed countries like US are leading the gas emissions.