பெரியவருக்கு ரொம்ப வயதாகிவிட்டது. அவருக்கு முதுமையால் தளர்ச்சி ஏற்பட்டு விட்டது. அவர் அதிக நாள் நீடித்திருக்கப் போவதில்லை – இப்படி நீரா ராடியா எப்படி பேசலாம்?

பெரியவருக்கு ரொம்ப வயதாகிவிட்டது. அவருக்கு முதுமையால் தளர்ச்சி ஏற்பட்டு விட்டது. அவர் அதிக நாள் நீடித்திருக்கப் போவதில்லை – இப்படி நீரா ராடியா எப்படி பேசலாம்?
ஆ. ராசா – நீரா ராடியா உரையாடல் ஆடியோ
First Published : 21 Nov 2010 01:09:58 PM IST; Last Updated : 22 Nov 2010 02:51:28 PM IST in Dinamani.
ஆ. ராசா – நீரா ராடியா உரையாடல்
22.5.2009 9 மணி 48 நிமிடம் 51 விநாடிகள்

ஆடியோ கேட்க

நீரா: ஹலோ?
ராசா: ராசா பேசுகிறேன்.
நீரா: ஹாய்! இப்போதுதான் பர்கா தத்திடமிருந்து எனக்கு செய்தி வந்தது.
ராசா: ஆ?
நீரா: பர்கா தத்
ராசா: அவர் என்ன சொல்கிறார்?
நீரா: இந்த விஷயம் குறித்து…. அவர் பிரதமரின் அலுவலகத்தோடு இன்றிரவு தொடர்பு கொண்டிருந்ததாக…. அவர் சொல்கிறார். சோனியா காந்தி அங்கு சென்றதாக அவர்தான் என்னிடம் கூறினார். அவருக்கு (மன்மோகன் சிங்) உங்களிடம் பிரச்னை இல்லை; ஆனால் டி.ஆர். பாலு என்றால் பிரச்னை உள்ளது என்று அவர்தான் (பர்கா தத்) சொன்னார்.
ராசா: … ஆனால் தலைவருடன் இதுபற்றி விவாதிக்க வேண்டும்.
நீரா: ஆம், ஆம்… அவர் தலைவருடன் விவாதிக்க வேண்டும். அவர்தான் சொல்ல வேண்டும்.
ராசா: காலையில் இதுபற்றி விவாதிக்கப்படும்… ஏன் காங்கிரஸ் அநாவசியமாக…. ( ஒலிப்பதிவில் தெளிவில்லை). கூட்டணியில் குழப்பம் வருகிறது.
நீரா: இல்லை, கேள்வி இப்போது அழகிரி பற்றியல்லவா?
ராசா: ஆ?
நீரா: அழகிரி போன்ற சீனியர் தலைவர் இருக்கும் போது மாறனுக்கு ஏன் அமைச்சர் பதவி என்று அவருடைய ஆதரவாளர்கள் கேட்கிறார்கள்.
ராசா: அது வேறு விஷயம். ஆனால் இந்த விஷயங்களை எல்லாம் ஆராய்ந்து வெளிப்படுத்த வேண்டும்.
நீரா: இதுதான் சரி. அவரை (பர்கா தத்) காங்கிரஸிடம்…
ராசா: நேரே தலைவரைத் தனியாகப் பார்த்து இந்த விஷயங்களை வெளிப்படுத்த வேண்டும்.
நீரா: தனியாகவா?ராசா: தனியாக, யாராவது தகவலைக் கொண்டு செல்ல வேண்டும். பாலுவுடன் எங்களுக்குப் பிரச்னை இருக்கிறது என்று ஒரு ரகசியக் கடிதமாவது கொண்டு செல்ல வேண்டும்.
நீரா: காங்கிரஸிடமிருந்து அல்லவா?
ராசா: ஆம்.
நீரா: ஓ.கே. நான் அவரிடம் (பர்கா) சொல்கிறேன். அவர் இப்போது அகமது படேலிடம் பேசிக் கொண்டிருக்கிறார். நான் படேலிடம் பேசுகிறேன்.
ராசா: அவர் போனிலாவது தொடர்பு கொள்ளட்டும். சார், இதுதான் பிரச்னை. எங்களுக்கு மிகுந்த மரியாதை இருக்கிறது. ராசாவுடன் எங்களுக்கு எந்தப் பிரச்னையும் இல்லை. எங்கள் பிரச்னை பாலுவுடன்தான் என்று சொல்லுங்கள்…
22.5.2009 மதியம் 2 மணி 29 நிமிடம் 41 விநாடிகள்
நீரா: ராசா, எப்படி இருக்கிறீர்கள்?
ராசா: அவர் என்ன சொல்கிறார் – கனி என்ன சொல்கிறார்?
நீரா: அவருக்கு எல்லாம் ஓ.கே. என்கிறார். அவருக்கு எந்தப் பிரச்னையும் இல்லை என்கிறார்.
ராசா: ம்ம்…
நீரா: …. ஆனால் ஒரே விஷயம் அழகிரியுடன் யாராவது போய் பேச வேண்டும்… நீங்கள்தான் இதைச் செய்ய வேண்டும்.
ராசா: ம்ம்.
நீரா: எப்படி மாறன் போய் எல்லாரிடமும் பேசி வைத்திருக்கிறார் என்று….
ராசா: ஆ…. நான் ஏற்கெனவே பேசிவிட்டேன், ஏற்கெனவே பேசிவிட்டன்…
நீரா: தில்லியில் உள்ள காங்கிரஸ் தலைவர்களிடம் அவர் என்ன சொல்லி வைத்திருக்கிறார் என்று நீங்கள் சொன்னீர்களா?
ராசா: எனக்குத் தெரியும். அழகிரிக்கு ஆங்கிலம் தெரியாது என்ற விஷயத்தை காங்கிரஸ் தலைவர்கள் மனதில் விதைத்தவர்கள் யார்… எனக்குத் தெரியும்…
நீரா: இல்லை… அதுமட்டுமல்ல, அதுமட்டுமல்ல… பெரியவருக்கு ரொம்ப வயதாகிவிட்டது. அவருக்கு முதுமையால் தளர்ச்சி ஏற்பட்டு விட்டது. அவர் அதிக நாள் நீடித்திருக்கப் போவதில்லை. அதனால் நாளை மாறனும், ஸ்டாலினும்தான் கட்சியை நடத்துவார்கள் என்றும், காங்கிரஸ் தன்னுடன் தொடர்பு வைத்துக் கொள்வதில் மகிழ்ச்சியடையும் என்றும்… இறுதியில் மாறன்தான் ஸ்டாலினை ஆட்டுவிப்பார் என்றும் சொல்லியிருக்கிறார்.
ராசா: ம்ம்.
நீரா: இப்படித்தான் அவர் பேசியிருக்கிறார்.
ராசா: ஓஹோ! ஓஹோ!
நீரா: அழகிரியைக் கிரிமினல் என்றும்…
ராசா: ம்ம்.
நீரா: அவர் ஐந்தாம் வகுப்பு கூடத் தாண்டாதவர் என்றும்…
ராசா: ஓ…
நீரா: இப்படியெல்லாம்தான் அவர் சொல்லியிருக்கிறார்.
24.5.2009 காலை 11 மணி 5 நிமிடம் 11 விநாடிகள்
நீரா: மாறன் தன்னைப்பற்றி என்னெல்லாம் சொல்லியிருக்கிறார் என்று தெரியுமா?
ராசா: அழகிரிக்கு இதெல்லாம் தெரிந்ததுதான்.
நீரா: தெரியும் அல்லவா?
ராசா: அழகிரிக்குத் தெரியும். ஆனால் அவர் தந்தையுடன் பேச முடியாது. சரியான நேரத்தில் பேசுவார். ஒரே விஷயம், மாறன் எனக்கு எதிரான பிரசாரத்தை கிளப்பிவிடுவார்.
நீரா:ம்ம்..
ராசா: அதை கவனித்துக் கொள்ள வேண்டும்.
நீரா: நீங்கள் வேறுவிதமாக சண்டை போட வேண்டும்.
ராசா: ம்ம்.. பிரதமர் மீண்டும் வருகிறார். அப்படி அது இதுவென்று அவர் பத்திரிகைகளிடம் சொல்லுவார்.. ஸ்பெக்ட்ரம்…
நீரா: நோ நோ.. நாங்கள் பார்த்துக் கொள்கிறோம். கவலைப்படாதீர்கள். உங்களிடமிருந்து நிறைய பெற வேண்டியிருக்கிறது. காங்கிரஸ் கூட அந்த அறிக்கைவிட நேர்ந்தது, அல்லவா?நான் சுனில் மிட்டலிடம் பேசினேன்… சண்டோலியா உங்களிடம் சொன்னாரா?
ராசா: எனக்குத் தெரியாதே.
நீரா: அவரை விஷயத்தை விட்டுவிடுங்கள் என்று சொன்னேன். யாருக்கும் பிரயோஜனமில்லை.
ராசா: ம்ம்.. ராசாவுடன் இன்னும் ஐந்து வருடங்கள் நீங்கள் வேலை பார்த்தாக வேண்டுமென்று அவரிடம் சொல்லி வையுங்கள்… அதனால் எதுவும்…
நீரா: அவரிடம் சொன்னேன். அவரிடம் சொன்னேன். ஆனால் நீங்களும் சுனிலிடமிருந்து (சுனில் மிட்டல்) கொஞ்சம் தள்ளியே இருக்க வேண்டும். நீங்கள் நடுநிலையோடு இருக்க வேண்டும்.
ராசா: ஆ, இருக்கலாம்
நன்றி: அவுட்லுக், Dinamani
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  1. M. Nachiappan Says:

    Noesis strategic Consulting Services

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    Nira Radia : Director

    Ms. Nira has been an entrepreneur for more than 25 years, with extensive consultancy experience in the Aviation, Travel, Tourism and the Communication industry.

    She has conducted business with some of the most prestigious and leading brand names in the Aviation and Travel businesses besides a host of corporate companies. Her client list spans some of the world’s largest aircraft leasing companies of which some are ILFC, Singapore Airlines and AAR. She has also worked with manufacturers and service providers, like AAR, Airbus and Venada Avtec, etc. She has represented various international and domestic airlines including SIA, KLMuk and Sahara Airlines.

    She began her consultancy career in the filed of Aviation, Infrastructure and Telecommunications Projects. She is one of the few professionals in the country, who can boast of such wide depth of understanding and domain expertise in the area of Strategic Business Communications and the business environment in general. In the early 1990s, she identified India as an important business destination and decided to establish her base in India. Having advised the likes of Airbus and over the years and many projects later, she admirably executed one of her most well known business consulting mandates, as an advisor to the Singapore Airlines – Tata Consortium on the Air India divestment process. As a founder promoter to India’s leading communications consultancy firm, Vaishnavi Corporate Communications, she has continued to be engaged with prestigious clients such as the Tata Group companies, the likes of TCS, Tata Steel, Tata Motors, VSNL, Tata Teleservices, Indian Hotels, Trent International, Titan, Sun Microsystems, ITC, GMR Frapport, Star Group, Nortel, Siemens, Kotak Mahindra, Invista Inc., HIAL, Channel V, eBay, Raymonds, Areva Power, CII, to name a few.

    Under her direction the company has striven to enhance the value add to its clients and pioneered new areas of development. Whether it is specific issues which have short term implications on the client business or those that impact the long term objectives of the client, at each front she has consistently and significantly demonstrated and won accolades for her advisory contribution.

    As an individual, complete in all aspects, she has always aspired to value add to whatever work she has been involved with, and to the lives of people who come in touch with her.

  2. M. Nachiappan Says:

    NOESIS STRATEGIC CONSULTING SERVICES
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  3. M. Nachiappan Says:

    In April this year, the Pioneer reported that the government had “authorised tapping of telephones of several persons, including Niira Radia, who runs several public relations and consultancy companies — like Vaishnavi Corporate Consultants, Noesis Strategic Consulting Services, Vitcom Consulting and Neucom Consulting” and that it had “unearthed damning evidence of wheeling-dealing in the spectrum scam” involving telecom minister A. Raja.

    While the finance ministry issued a routine denial, the stories persisted.

    As did a 16-page document that did the rounds in Delhi, talking about how individuals were caught on tape boasting about influencing policy changes at the highest level. The names of two senior journalists —one a well-known anchor of a national television channel and the other a former editor, columnist and TV personality—also kept cropping up in media stories as having allegedly being caught on tape, lobbying on behalf of industrialists to secure ministerial berths for friendly politicians. [The document has since May been available here]

    The Hindu first put up a 14-page document, which seemed to have been the basis of the media stories, and had been doing the rounds earlier. It was taken off with the following clarification:

    A press release on the 2G scam was issued by AIADMK leader Jayalalithaa in Chennai on April 28, 2010. The Hindu is unable to verify the authenticity of a 14-page document purporting to be an official account of intercepted phone conversations and is, therefore, taking it off its website.

    One of the journalists whose name had been mentioned in the unauthenticated document and who had rubbished the charges, clarified with more details after the report was taken off by the Hindu:

  4. M. Nachiappan Says:

    Nira Radia is a PR consultant/lobbyist at the center of wiretapping controversy. It is alleged she tried to influence the 2G auction in 2008 by communicating with India’s communication minister A Raja prior to the auction.

    Radia’s family had moved to Britain after they fled Lagos, Nigeria, in the aftermath of the Idi Amin-led upheaval in Uganda in the 1970s, and she, the youngest sibling of four sisters and a brother, grew up in Londons suburbia.
    Nira Radia’s father, who converted to Islam and was rechristened Iqbal Menon, was an agent for Westland Helicopters in East Africa, and soon started an aircraft charter business in the UK.

    A British citizen, Ridia moved fomr England to Surajkund, India with her three sons after her marriage to a Kutchi businessman, Janak Radia failed. In 2003, Dhiraj Singh, a business partner, was arrested with an accomplice for allegedly kidnapping her 18-year-old son.

    The sleazy power-broking world was jolted into taking notice of her when Nira Radia’s company, Crown Express, made an audacious bid in 2000 to launch an airline. The bid was foiled swiftly by an airline czar who apparently sent a damning dossier to the then NDA government on her former businesses in the UK — of shell companies, major debts and bankruptcy.
    It was Nira Radias association with Singapore Airlines that brought her in touch with the Tatas, and despite the ill- fated Tata- SIA alliance in India, Nira Radia, through her criminal guile, had begun to impress the Tata bosses, notably Ratan Tata and R. K. Krishna Kumar, who was then the head of Tata Tea, and became her rakhi brother.

    Nira Radia’s strategy to attack corporate competitors is two-fold – It is about planting stories in the media to gullible or voluntary journalists, forging alliances, creating investor groups, setting up NGOs, threatening media bosses, and taking on the competition. It could be mythical lore but Nira Radia is now credited with fixing Tata Finance in 2001 when she paraded its disgraced boss, Dilip Pendse, to the media; getting the NDA government to allow Tatas to sell 26 per cent stake of VSNL; killing the DLF IPO; setting up NGOs to stall DLFs mall projects; filing PILs to hurt rivals; unleashing a media war in the Ambani vs Ambani gas case; and getting media owners in West Bengal to sing praises of its chief minister and industries minister during the Singur imbroglio. The stories of manipulation and corruption are legion. [edit] Nira Radia, A. Raja, and the largest economic crime

    In 2010, the Indian Parliament was thrown into uproar over Nira Radia’s unscrupulous and shady deals in business and politics. Were Indian ministries up for sale?, most notably Telecommunications & IT, then under the corrupt and shamed A. Raja of the southern Indian political party, the DMK? How did a Haryanvi-Punjabi sleazy power peddler get close to Dravida patriarch K. Karunanidhi and his third wife and daughter? The Karunanidhi family saga is like a modern-day Ramayana — with three wives, their children and powerful cousins, it is the story of family intrigue, coronations, wicked plots of rivalry and competition. It was in 2004-end that Karunanidhis third wife, Rajathiammal, and his favourite daughter, Kanimozhi, were introduced to Nira Radia. A close family source reports, “Rajathiammals close confidante, Tulsi Gautam, wife of Dr Gautam, who is the foster son of DMK founder C.N. Annadurai, introduced the two.”

    A. Raja, a long-time Rajathiammal confidant, together with Nira Radia, soon became a quartet, with Nira Radia an eager companion to the younger Kanimozhi. As the family disputes spilled out into the open, the lines were clearly drawn — Nira Radia and Co. were on their own, though they sided with the family in exiling the powerful Maran cousins. It was no surprise that Raja was the patriarchs choice in replacing Dayanidhi Maran as telecom minister when the latter was shown the door in 2007.

    Kanimozhi became an MP too. It was not just loyalty to the family that pushed Nira Radia to campaign for A. Raja — her star client, Tata Teleservices, had also run foul with the Marans. It was in the late 1990s that the Tatas aligned with Aircel owner C. Shivsankaran, a confidant of the late Murasoli Maran who later fell out with him over a financial deal. It was no surprise that Dayanidhi Maran decided to target the Tatas and Aircel after becoming telecom minister.

    By 2008, Nira Radia was running one of the most sought- after corporate communications agency Vaishnavi, and through subsidiaries such as Neucom, Noesis Strategic Consulting Services and Vitcom Consulting, she bagged top- drawer accounts, including the Tatas, Reliance Industries, Unitech Realty, Vedanta, DB Realty, which own Swan Realty, NDTV Imagine and Star TV. To add to the firms starry status, Nira Radia also had retired bureaucrats as consultants — former Telecom Regulatory Authority of India chairman and former special secretary to the Power Ministry, Pradip Baijal, former finance secretary C. M. Vasudev, former Airports Authority of India chairman S. K. Narula and former Foreign Investment Board head Ajay Dua.

    “It says a lot about our esteemed colleagues,” sneers a senior bureaucrat, “but it ties up with all of Nira Radias achievements in telecom, power and aviation.” If the Tatas bagged the state-owned Videsh Sanchar Nigam Limited ( VSNL) when Baijal was in charge, both Tatas and Reliance were allowed to convert wireless to full mobility when Baijal, again, was TRAI chairman. Nira Radia’s clients Unitech Wireless and Swan Telecom bagged the mega-crore 2G spectrum licences under A. Raja. The largest financial and economic crime in the history of independent India.

    The 2G spectrum imbroglio has brought Nira Radia out of the shadowy world in which unscrupulous lobbyists operate. Nira Radia is involved with the largest financial and economic crime in the history of independent India and faces severe criminal prosecution in India with reports filed by the Enforcement Directorate (ED), The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) and the Department of Income Tax. This financial and economic crime scam is said to have caused a loss of Rs.1.76 lakh crore (Rs.1.76 trillion/approx $40 billion) to the Government of India.

  5. M. Nachiappan Says:

    Karuna heads for Delhi to save Raja’s neck
    November 23, 2010 12:16:40 PM

    J Gopikrishnan | New Delhi
    http://www.dailypioneer.com/252935/Karuna-heads-for-Delhi-to-save-Raja%E2%80%99s-neck.html

    UPA trying to scuttle debate on 2G in Lok Sabha

    With trouble brewing for one of his trusted lieutenants Telecom Minister A Raja on the 2G spectrum issue and with the UPA Government in the line of fire from the Opposition, DMK patriarch and Tamil Nadu Chief Minister M Karunanidhi is scheduled to reach Delhi on Sunday, in what is being billed as a “damage-control mission”.

    Officially, his visit to the Capital is attributed to the annual meeting with the Planning Commission on Monday. Nevertheless, sources pointed out that the ailing DMK leader has more than the Plan panel meeting on his agenda, prominent among them being a “breakfast meeting” with Congress president Sonia Gandhi besides another meeting with Prime Minister Manmohan Singh the same day.

    That Karunanidhi, who had been giving the Planning Commission’s annual meeting a miss for the last couple of years, has chosen to attend the meet this time around has only raised more eyebrows. In the absence of Karunanidhi, Tamil Nadu was represented by other Ministers or Deputy Chief Minister and his son MK Stalin.

    According to sources, Karunanidhi’s meeting with Sonia is scheduled for Monday morning even though the time of his appointment with the Prime Minister has not yet been finalised.

    The latest expose by The Pioneer in the 2G spectrum scam and the Opposition going whole hog against the UPA demanding the Telecom Minister’s dismissal from the Government have increased Karunanidhi’s woes manifold. Besides, the DMK’s arch rival — AIADMK — has gone hammer and tongs on the issue both in Tamil Nadu as also on the national stage with its MPs taking up the matter vociferously in Parliament.

    AIADMK chief Jayalalithaa has alleged that the conversations of Karunanidhi’s second wife Rajathi Ammal and daughter Kanimozhi with the corporate lobbyist were also tapped in connection with the spectrum scam.

    “Our leader is extremely worried over the reports appearing in the media about the conversation details of Kanimozhi and Rajathi Ammal and their chartered accountant Ratnam in the spectrum scandal. He has entrusted very senior leader to inquire into the issue,” said a senior DMK leader.

    With Raja landing in the soup, sources do not rule out the possibility of Karunanidhi’s discussions even hinging on the Telecom Minister’s replacement. “The issue of the absence of Karunanidhi’s son and Chemicals and Fertilisers Minister MK Alagiri from Parliament and the Ministry too will be discussed,” sources said.

    Kanimozhi’s supporters have been lobbying for her induction into the Cabinet in case Alagiri returns to Tamil Nadu politics, something which the latter is very keen on.

    Meanwhile, the UPA Government also seems to be eager to scuttle the promised debate in the Lok Sabha on Raja’s conversation with the lobbyist in the spectrum scam to avoid an embarrassment to the Prime Minister. On Wednesday, Pranab Mukherjee had promised the agitating Opposition members that the Government would debate the issue after the passage of the finance Bill and that he or the Prime Minister would respond to the issue.

    On Friday, Parliamentary Affairs Minister PK Bansal was literally mum on fixing the date for a debate in the Lok Sabha on the issue.

    The Government’s dilly-dallying is not without reason, sources pointed out. For, the Opposition has decided to bring the letter of the Prime Minister directing Raja not to allot spectrum without his consent in the House during the debate. “The UPA dispensation knows the PM would then be in a tricky situation,” the sources maintained.

    The Opposition has already given indication of its game plan, as CPI(M) leader Sitaram Yechury has already showcased the Prime Minister’s letter to Raja on November 2, 2007 directing him to freeze the dubious 2G spectrum allocation and also that from then Law Minister HR Bhardwaj calling for constituting an EGoM on spectrum allocation.

    These letters, kept under wraps, were first brought into public domain by The Pioneer on October 28, 2009. The Prime Minister had also asked Raja to allot 2G spectrum through a transparent and competitive auction to generate maximum revenue but Raja chose to ignore that directive too.

    UPA’s trouble shooter Pranab Mukherjee too will find it hard to explain his role – according to Raja’s claim in a letter to the Prime Minister dated December 26, 2007. In the letter, Raja claimed: “In these circumstances, the discussions with External Affairs Minister (Mukherjee was then in External Affairs) and Solicitor General of India (GE Vahanvati) have further enlightened me to take a pre-emptive and pro-active decision on these issues as per the guidelines and rules framed there under to avoid any further confusion and delay.”

    Sources close to Mukherjee said that he was “totally angry over the conduct of Raja in dragging and misquoting” him.

  6. ரிஸ்வான் அஹமத் Says:

    What Rajathi has to say in this regard?

    How is that Thayalu keeping quite or not involved in these affairs?

    First of all., Karuna should come out and clarify his position.

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