[Assam] CBTC- a swindlers heaven

mc mahant mikemahant at hotmail.com
Sun May 6 05:46:07 PDT 2007

Let us not blame only Kamesh Salam.Who Hired Him? What has he been assigned to achieve-within what time, within what Budget?
It is not his fault that he got away with it.
At total fault is/are bigger shots.
The Pandora's Box will open at the opportune moment.They are now on LONG ROPE.
With a long Rope you can ComeOut Of The WELL or Hang  Yourself
As they say "Inefficiency is the worst form of Corruption".
Are we ready with the Right to Information Act.
And you read /believe the Assam Papers?
And I  proposed through PARAG DAS's Boodhbaar that Assam's future = Saah,Baanh,Ghaanh,Maanh--- Still valid 100%.
Kamesh could not care-not his fault!
> Date: Sun, 6 May 2007 05:30:25 +0100> From: axomiya at yahoo.com> To: assam at assamnet.org> Subject: [Assam] CBTC- a swindlers heaven> > CBTC (Cane Bamboo Technology Centre) has been> misrepresenting itself:> > 1. It was an organisation of UNIDO, DST and NEDFi.> Kamesh Salam is just an employee;> 2. UNIDO gave US$ 6.5 Million. What happened to that;> 3. NEC's generous member Mr. Srivastava gave some Rs.> 5 crores to CBTC (read Kamesh) for preparing a NE> bamboo policy; any audit of that public money? Mr.> Srivastava is also generous with his daughter> "Sadhna". NEC gave her a few crores to make a movie on> NER.> 4. Modus operandi: get some foreign 'gora chamra' to> give lecture to our 'gaonwala bhais' and hog some news> print space; lecture-lecture, more lecture;> 5. How Kamesh continues to remain as the Director for> so many years; 'kya raaj hai?'> 6. Latest wonder: He is a plain BA..and this Sentinel> report elevated him to a 'Doctorate'> > Cry my mother "NER".> > > >>Sentinel report: 6 May> > State cane and bamboo artefacts can have a wider> customer base: French experts> >From our Correspondent> BARPETA, May 5: “If provided with adequate> opportunities, artisans from the State involved with> the cane and bamboo sector can make a mark for> themselves in the international stage,” said the> father-son due of Joseph De Reze and Thomas De Reze,> bamboo experts of international repute, who were on a> visit to Barpeta, recently. The French experts were in> the State on an invitation from CBTC director Dr> Kamalesh Salam.> The two French experts arrived in Barpeta recently,> and met Manendra Deka, proprietor of Deka’s Cane and> Industry, who has received much accolade for his work> in the sector. > “There are many skilled workers in Asom creating great> artefacts using cane and bamboo as raw materials. But> they do not get the market compared to the quality of> their work. Their creations are bound to get a wide> market if they can be sent to other parts of the> world, mainly the European countries,” Joseph De Reze> told The Sentinel.> The two Frenchmen praised Deka and his employees, and> asked them to create artefacts using modern tools so> as to cater to a wider customer base. The father-son> duo said although Asom cultivates bamboo on a> large-scale, the cash crop has not been utilized to> the best possible extent. > “We came to India hoping to take finished products> made using cane and bamboo to France and other> countries in Europe,” Thomas De Reze further said.> It may be mentioned here that the French bamboo> experts have planted bamboo in over 40 hectares of> land in France, Belgium and Spain, and produce nearly> a million units of the cash crop annually.> The visiting experts were presented with some thirty> different creations, all made by the artisans of> Deka’s industrial unit, as mementos.> It may also be mentioned here that Manendra Deka, a> national award winner for his exquisite creations,> have been employing many unemployed youths in his> industrial unit along with his two brothers. Joseph De> Reze and Thomas De Reze later visited Mahibul Haque,> another entrepreneur involved in creating cane and> bamboo artefacts.> > > > > > ___________________________________________________________ > Yahoo! Mail is the world's favourite email. Don't settle for less, sign up for> your free account today http://uk.rd.yahoo.com/evt=44106/*http://uk.docs.yahoo.com/mail/winter07.html > > _______________________________________________> assam mailing list> assam at assamnet.org> http://assamnet.org/mailman/listinfo/assam_assamnet.org
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