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How can some self-styled judge influence or condemn a questioner's decision to grant BAs ? what can be the purpose of such a behaviour ?

Asked by KARAN VERMA, 02 Mar '09 08:27 pm
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Firstly I am not aware of any "self styled judge" on this forum - this very phrase is unfortunate because is leads the reader to conclude that this question is targeted towards one person. This is an open forum and it goes without saying that a questioner has every right to award a BA to whomever he feels fit. We may privately question his judgement but there is nothing we can do about it !! (In fact I will just mention here that you asked a question a couple of days ago about the home ground of Oxford United - I was the only one to get the question right but you awarded the BA to someone else - that's life - LOL !). Looking again at the question of awarding BSs. We do have a problem on the forum with people creating multiple IDs - they then ask and answer questions between themselves and award themselves BAs. The only motive must be to gain points - which is sad really and against the spirit of a friendly Forum. This is obviously against the guidelines and unethical - we can a ...more
Answered by Janis, 03 Mar '09 12:34 am

 
  
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No one should question a questioner's right to grant a BA. if you wish to grant a BA , you go ahead and ask a question.. simple.
Answered by joyoti sen, 02 Mar '09 10:41 pm

 
  
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Well ya said hes self styled so then hes gonna think and say what he deems fit making it deem fit for others as well. Maybe ya can ignore him or politely reply that giving a BA is the descrition of the questioner. Enjoy QnA
Answered by Saj Sierra, 02 Mar '09 09:39 pm

 
  
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No doubt it is the questioner's prerogative to rate the quality of the answer and surely while exercising this option, the individual concerned surely applies his mind to the best of his wisdom, skill, capability and expertise. It is a system or the platform that affords him this undisputed right of selection to which no one should an objection or a grouse. Having said this, one can not over look the principle of - justice should not only be imparted but should also be seen as done. In the Jasica Lal or Muttoo murder case the Judges were fully within their jurisdictional wisdom to pronounce the accused :not guilty: (ref trial court) thereby lawfully permitting or acquitting the accused honourably free of the murder charge. But public at large were equally justified in expressing its anger or resentment on the delivery of the judgement. The cases were suo moto taken up by High Court and both the judgements passed by the Trial court were reversed. Again there was nothing wrong in th ...more
Answered by om sharma, 03 Mar '09 11:00 am

 
  
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Each questioner is authorised to take his / her own decision to grant BA.
Yes on this form some persons have made groups and grant BA to each other - so that scores of members of groups can increase faster.
I neither approve such behavious nor approve jealousy by other non memebrs - raising hue and cry for such behaviour.
But you will agree that both are wrong to some extent.
Answered by PANIWALA A, 03 Mar '09 10:07 pm

 
  
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I am not aware of any such judge and such condemnation. Awarding a BA is the prerogative of the questioner. Many times, I felt that the questioner was hasty in awarding the BA tag, but I did not question that since it is not my business to question that person.
Answered by Venkateswaraswamy Swarna, 03 Mar '09 05:17 pm

 
  
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Forget it brother. We know the reason ... so there is no use in rubbing in the point any harder. I know the intent was good but execution was not and to make the matters worse a wrong incident was given as an example.

People are doing many unfair things like awarding BAs to themselves through their own separate IDs. IF drawing people's attention to this menace was the real intent, then I am really sorry the effort was a misdirected missile.
... but knowing that person for so long i am sure that was not the intent only one important point was missed that there is a person who decided to give many BAs to another person and not that one person giving BAs to his / her own self through a fake ID. Bas.

Do you remember 1980s advertisement for RIN Detergent Bar "Bhala uski kameez meri kameez se safed kaise?" ...

Do you think it Is something like that? I doubt it.

Relax. ...more
Answered by rajneesh Rediff, 03 Mar '09 10:01 am

 
  
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In a democratic society ours is one among several citizens are endowed with certain fundamental rights which are inalienable ie not to be denied or put to questioning . Two of those 1) Freedom of Choice , 2 )Freedom of Speech ; need not be in contest with each other . To select a BA is an example of invoking one's right to freedom of choice . To disagree , criticize , or even condemn that choice is to excercise one's right to freedom of speech . Both the rights are equal and just without any prejudice or bias for one or the other . And both these deserve equal respect .
Answered by mahesh chandra, 02 Mar '09 10:01 pm

 
  
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Such behaviour can be due to Immaturity and also when the person has difficulty to accept someone 's credibility.This is not a school or any competative exam. People have to behave mature when taking part in such a forum where sportive participation is required.We all are stressed with our personnel work.Qna has to be made enjoyable with thought provoking or entertaining, witty ,humour or art and culture based questions .When the questioner puts forward a question he has the right to decide the BA .Others who had answered may find difficult to accept the questioner's decision,but it has to be sportively accepted as the IQ behind the question is of the questioner's itself. Anyway the q has only a life of 1or 2 days.After that no one bothers what the q was and who got the BA. So a third person to judge a questioner is not anyway required in such forum.
Answered by Rachana, 02 Mar '09 09:16 pm

 
  
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Thanks for raising this question as you will now know (as answered by some here )that it is the privilege of members to participate , raise objections etc to make this a transparent forum.
Answered by gem mina, 03 Mar '09 07:37 am

 
  
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