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They make investments in companies in faraway foreign countries (foreign to Norwaythat is) without asking elementary questions as to how the companies receiving the investments acquired their licences They ignore the fact that there are serious questions floating around in the public domainnone of which are secretand which could have a bearing on the future of these investments They ignore that there are legal challenges against the basic structure of the businesses of the companies where your worthy Norwegian giants are willing to pour in money They ignore elementary principles of risk analysis and downside protection as their boards make enormous commitments of money And once things go wrongthey come running to your government to bail them outmuch like the truant child who expects the mother to protect her/him against the big bad predators of foreign lands They ask you to believe they knew nothing about matters that were being debated and discussed quite openly In factthe senior executives of Norwegian firms are asking all of us to take them at their word that for months and even yearsthey never read newspapers or watched TV Being gullibleI do take them at their word It is your education system that I find fault with You must insist that all business schools in Norway immediately introduce courses which can be conveniently named Investments 101 and Risk Analysis 101 Before they invest in a company in a foreign countryit would be a good practice if they conducted due diligence They should read the newspapers; they should watch TV news channels; they should analyse if the companies they are investing in have committed acts or been beneficiaries of deals which may be illegal; they should take into account whether there are existing litigationsagain in the public domainwhich might negatively impact the investments In business schools in other countries in the worldadmittedly less advanced than yoursthese management practices are considered fairly routine Once you make the curriculum changesI am sure that the executives of your giant companies will admit that they make investments with their eyes openwith full knowledge of the risks they are taking and fully aware that there is no point in running back to the Norwegian government when their decisions are found out to be navefoolhardy or plain wrong They simply thought they could get away with certain risky moves in a foreign countrymoves that they would probably never have considered in Norway itself They can then stand up as mennot boys (sorry adultsnot children I keep forgetting the importance you folks attach to political correctness) and take their losses on their chinsas it were The second area where your education system is failing is in teaching your government officials the way motor skills work among human beings As the minister of education you couldfor instanceask your educators whether they have heard of chapatis or rotis a thin Indian bread If they haventplease show them some of these squishy breads You can then ask them if it is possible to wrap some vegetables in a chapati using a fork and a knife andafter accomplishing that daunting taskwhether the said chapati can actually be eaten using a fork and a knife Doubtless being extremely intelligent and honourable people (as I am told all Norwegians are)they will discover the limitations of the motor skills of human fingers and the implements that they can use In our foreign country (foreign to Norway that is)over a few hundred years we have empirically established that eating chapatis and tandoori chicken using ones fingers is the most efficient way If your great neuroscientists discover a way to do this efficientlyplease do publicise this But for the time beingplease urgently revise the Norwegian textbooks where the subject of motor skills is addressed I have admired Ibsen and Heyerdahl whoto my knowledge (I readily concede my ignorance) were the last great persons your country produced I consider it a rare honour to be in a position to provide free advice to the exalted personage in charge of educating Norwegians Please convey my best wishes to all your citizensespecially to the officials in your telecom companies and government social services department Sincerely HF Consultantaka Humble Free Consultant The writer is chairman of the Nasscom Foundation For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by T R Andhyarujina | Updated: February 24 2015 10:17 am In the case of ‘DC Wadhwa vs State of Bihar’ 1987 the Supreme Court stated that the power conferred on the president or governor to issue ordinances is in the nature of an emergency power Related News A new session of Parliament has started with a slew of ordinances to pass Nine ordinances were recently promulgated by the NDA government and for the first time since the Constitution came into force in 1950 the president spoke out on the government’s habit of passing them indiscriminately President Pranab Mukherjee doubted if such measures were justified — at one point he even called three senior ministers to explain the need for an ordinance Later in his address to the Central universities he voiced concern on laws being enacted as ordinances without going through the due process in Parliament In his presidential address on the eve of Republic Day he again stressed the same point: “Enacting laws without discussion impacts on the law-making role of Parliament It breaches the trust reposed by the people in it” The ordinances issued by the government after the prorogation of Parliament include: the Mines and Minerals (Development and Regulation) Amendment Ordinance 2015 the Motor Vehicles (Amendment) Ordinance 2015 the Citizenship (Amendment) Ordinance 2015 the Right to Fair Compensation and Transparency in Land Acquisition Rehabilitation and Resettlement (Amendment) Ordinance 2014 the Insurance Laws (Amendment) Ordinance 2014 the Coal Mines (Special Provisions) Second Ordinance 2014 the Securities Laws (Amendment) Ordinance 2014 the Scheduled Castes and the Scheduled Tribes (Prevention of Atrocities) Amendment Ordinance 2014 and the Textile Undertakings (Nationalisation) Laws (Amendment and Validation) Ordinance 2014 Even before this lot the present government began its term with an ordinance to amend the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (Trai) Act which prohibited its former chairman Nripendra Misra from being appointed as principal secretary to Prime Minister Narendra Modi The Trai (Amendment) Ordinance 2014 removed the prohibitions on the chairperson from being employed by government The ordinance was for purely personal convenience and no public purpose was served by it In routinely issuing ordinances the present government is merely continuing with the practice of its predecessors Under Article 123 of the Constitution an ordinance can only be promulgated if the president is satisfied that there are circumstances which render it necessary for him to take immediate action at a time when neither House of Parliament is in session The ordinance so promulgated would have the same effect as an act of Parliament but would cease to operate six weeks after Parliament reassembled In 1954 GV Mavalankar India’s first speaker cautioned Nehru about the precedent of issuing ordinances He said “If ordinances were not limited by convention only to extreme and urgent cases the result would be that in future the government may go on issuing ordinances giving the Lok Sabha no option but to rubber stamp” Mavalankar’s concerns have been ignored by all governments Since 1952 there have been 646 ordinances issued by different governments disregarding the provision that an emergency was required to promulgate an ordinance In the case of DC Wadhwa vs State of Bihar 1987 the Supreme Court stated that the power conferred on the president or governor to issue ordinances is in the nature of an emergency power It is meant for taking immediate action where such action may become necessary at a time when the legislature is not in session The court stressed that it is only because the government cannot take immediate action and the public interest may suffer because of the legislature’s inability to pass a law to deal with an emergent situation that the president is vested with the power to promulgate ordinances The court also stated that once Parliament had reassembled and the ordinance had expired an ordinance passed by the president or governor could not be reissued Except the Coal Mines (Special Provision) Second Ordinance 2014 none of the ordinances issued by the government have been necessitated by an urgent situation So the president has rightly expressed his dissatisfaction with the impropriety of the nine ordinances recently issued Because of the reservations voiced by him another proposed ordinance to amend the Arbitration and Conciliation Act was dropped The present government feels unable to pass bills because the BJP has only 45 MPs in the Rajya Sabha and because of the disruption of the House’s proceedings by the Opposition Fearing roadblocks in the Rajya Sabha the government resorted to ordinances Now that Parliament has reassembled bills embodying the legislative content of the nine ordinances may not have a smooth passage in the Rajya Sabha and the ordinances will come to an end in six weeks In the meantime the ordinances promulgated by the executive have the same effect as laws enacted by Parliament Such a situation in which the executive makes the law subverts the basis of parliamentary legislation The government which is aware of this situation has stated that it would call for a joint session of the Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha under Section 108 of the Constitution Needless to say the present government would command a majority in such a session But there have only ever been three joint sessions of Parliament Moreover under the Constitution several ordinances cannot be the subject of a joint session of Parliament Rather than take recourse to such a desperate step the government should take heed of the apprehensions voiced by President Mukherjee and put its hastily declared ordinances through the paces of a regular legislative process The writer is senior advocate at the Supreme Court former solicitor general of India and advocate general of Maharashtra? it says.he added. football is still looking to gain a stronghold.