I have changed the heading to Whistle Blower… but it is to be interpreted legally only 😉
1. “One who reveals wrongdoing within an organization to the public or to those in positions of authority”
2. An informant who exposes wrongdoing within an organization in the hope of stopping it.
3. The law gives little protection to whistleblowers who feel the public has a right to know what is going on.
The concept was just recently given legal recognition in India, by its incorporation into SEBI regulations, under clause 49. This is applicable to Listed Companies only.
On this site, the purpose is to blow whistle against corporates indulging in Unfair Trade Practice like SIFY, Reliance…
I don’t know much about LAW, so I’ll take it as blowing whistles when girls are around 😀
No problem 😎
Interpret it as you like…
I can whistle well otherwise too 😉
Interesting Ankur. Tumhari creativity aaj kal kaafi dikh rahi hai… 🙂 Mera post pada tha naa? 😉
The thing is… otherwise just Law may sound boring, so trying to make it 😎 That’s why using Double Meaning words 🙂
Thanks for the inspiration 😉
BTW which post you are referring to:?:
my newest post for the creative minds.. you being so creative these days……get my drift?? 🙂
well i think its great. Whistle Blower is a fantastic name. 🙂
Hmmm… got it :thumb:
…I didn’t know that whistle blowing was now legally recognized in India until now. I know in US it is a big thing…especially after the wrong doings of Enron got exposed by a whistleblower. :clap:
In US i know, its been prevalent for long. Here it was introduced in Oct 04. Surely, must have been inspired from US regulations only :yes:
Thanks for the example :thumb:
can a traffic police-man be called a whistle blower too?
my humble salute to Satyendra Dubeys of this country…
:no: abhishek, not in this way.
But I will surely blow whislte against Delhi Traffic Police soon, and I have enough evidence to do so :thumb:
Thanks Sushubh 😉