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and regarded Mahatma Gandhi and Nehru as their sources of inspiration. Sudheendra Kulkarni was an aide to former Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee and is currently chairman,green initiatives? He said Himachal could be one of the first states of the country to have taken the bio-carbon project of mid-Himalayan region to the almost final stage Carbon emissions high at new Vidhan Sabha complexDuring discussion on climate changeCongress MLA Rajesh Dharmani pointed out that the new Vidhan Sabha complex built at a cost of Rs 15 crore had no provision of sunlightwhich meant it had higher carbon emissions as it needed more electricity Chief Minister Prem Kumar Dhumal blamed it on Vidya StokesCLP leader and former minister of power and renewable energyfor not paying due attention to the issue when the building was being constructed during the Congress regime For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by ANI | Washington | Published: June 4 2009 1:23 pm Related News A deleted scene from Oscar-winning film Slumdog Millionaire,the Himachal Pradesh Assembly took up the issue of climate change on the first day of its Winter Session here on Monday. unemployment and illiteracy in Pakistan is being made to divert people’s attention from its (government’s) failures to stop the loss of lives and property in the terrorist attacks from across the border, alleging that there are people in the ruling dispensation “who have been past masters at alleged fake encounters”. 324 (voluntarily causing hurt by dangerous weapon), Her answer is positive no…” the bench said. which had quoted Rs 248 crore for each.Even if we cancel the deal.

The chief minister said the state government was also working on a fool-proof Punjab Control of Organised Crime Act (PCOCA) to deal with crime.DGP Suresh Arora who was also present at the meet said there were 49 criminal gangs with 240 members in the state Of them 137 people were in jail and the police was now pursuing the others Referring to the law and order situation in Punjab Amarinder said the abolition of the ‘halqa system’ — set up by the previous SAD-BJP government — had led to considerable improvement Under the system police stations were aligned with Assembly segments The chief minister said judicial inquiry commissions set up to probe “false cases” and sacrilege incidents would soon submit their reports to enable the government to book the guilty Amarinder claimed the crime rate in the state had gone down He reiterated steps taken to eliminate a “VIP culture” in the state and allayed apprehensions of the introduction of VIP numbers for officers saying that only ‘G’ would be added to government vehicle number plates “We are also doing away with hooters and sirens as they are also very troublesome” he said Reiterating the government’s zero tolerance to drugs the chief minister said the Special Task Force (STF) supported by the police and other state agencies had registered 3845 cases under the Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances (NDPS) act till June 13 He said that the STF had also arrested 4438 people and recovered more than 58 kgs of heroin along with other banned substances in the state “The drug traffickers have either left the state or they have become dormant having lost the government patronage that they enjoyed during the previous regime” he said The Amarinder Singh government has set up the STF under Additional Director General of Police Harpreet Sidhu to check the problem of drugs in the state In the run up to the Punjab Assembly elections he had vowed to end the menace within four weeks of coming to power For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related News Apart from retail inflation,pdf Fun! And fun learning is forever learning Ann SimpsonWritten by Aditi Raja | Vadodara | Published: March 4 2017 6:13 am Muslim families of Kalyannagar in Vadodara on Friday Construction work on their redeveloped homes stopped after Municipal Commissioner ordered a probe into the escalation of project cost Bhupendra Rana Top News Two years after the displaced Muslim families of Kalyannagar slums started their agitation to seek rehabilitation and were promised in-situ homes by the Vadodara Municipal Corporation (VMC) they are back to square one Close to 500 families who were shunted out of a housing draw by the civic body after residents of the “peaceful developed” Hindu neighbourhood of Sayajipura objected to their move stare at an uncertain future as the construction work on their redeveloped homes has come to a grinding halt The reason: An inquiry instituted by the VMC Commissioner into the escalation of the project cost after the estimated budget went up from Rs 80 crore to Rs 150 crore On Friday afternoon under a marquee set up between the Masjid and a temple that still stand as a symbol of communal harmony at the site of the demolished Kalyannagar slums affected residents gathered to pledge their support to a new phase of agitation against the civic body Led by Muslim activists Dr J S Bandukwala Zuber Gopalani Shaukat Indori the residents committed to fight for their right to their homes Congress corporators Farid Cutpiecewala and Ami Ravat Opposition Leader Chandrakant Shrivastav and GPCC General Secretary Narendra Ravat also joined them The construction of 700 homes under Rajiv Awas Yojana (RAY) to rehabilitate the Kalyannagar families came to a halt when the contractor left the site midway in February According to the original proposal of the VMC the estimated cost of construction of the homes was Rs 80 crore However the affordable housing department of the VMC revised the estimated budget to Rs 150 crore with a near 100 per cent escalation prompting VMC Commissioner Vinod Rao to set up an inquiry against the Additional City Engineer F J Charpot who was also transferred from his position in the housing department Congress corporator Ami Ravat said that the escalation of cost was not the fault of the residents and they must not agree to any revised costs “It is unbelievable that the VMC escalates a project cost midway Any construction must follow a process You first plan design and draw out a budget and then you begin the execution of the project They must explain how the cost escalation happened midway Moreover whatever be the reason the promise made to the beneficiaries is that they would be rehabilitated The civic body has to adhere to its promise” Ravat said Addressing the gathering Bandukwala urged the residents to be united in their fight He said “You have to be united and firm in your fight for your right It might be a long-drawn process and I pray to the Almighty that it should not be but we have fought a long battle to reach this far We must not give up now because it is only a test of our patience If the civic body intends to move us to Muslim ghettos by delaying this project we must not agree to that compromise as true development can be achieved in a cosmopolitan society” The representatives also submitted a memorandum to the VMC on Friday demanding immediate action from the civic body in completing the construction work and allotment of homes According to VMC officials the civic body is in a quandary as the officials have already paid the contracted developer the entire Rs 80 crore that was cleared as part of the original proposal while the construction work has not reached even halfway According to officials the cost of the project as gone up as the structure needed additional piling for strength While the homes were to initially cost approximately Rs 55 lakh per unit the escalation means that the per unit cost has risen up to Rs 10 lakh — a figure that the beneficiaries are unwilling to bear the burden of Arif Pathan a representative of the Kalyannagar families said “First we were left on the streets for almost a year until May 2015 when a housing draw was cancelled because of objections of residents Then political leaders urged us to agree to shift to a Muslim ghetto before finally conceding to construct our homes at the same site After a wait of a year and a half we still have no certainty on the outcome The civic body also withholds our rental compensation at will” The families received three months’ pending rental compensation at the rate of Rs 3000 per month after submitting memorandums in February Rao said that the construction had stopped as the VMC had run out of approved funds for the project “The work has stopped because of excessive cost escalation that has happened against the approved cost of Rs 80 crore The likely escalation is another Rs 70 crore which is almost 100 per cent Even Rs 80 crore that was approved should not have been paid already “In any project at least 10 per cent of the amount is withheld till the completion of the project This is why we have stopped the project and initiated an inquiry against the Additional City Engineer If the cost escalation is double we will not be able to pay beyond what has been approved” Rao blamed the escalation of costs on the design of the project “We are in a tricky situation as we have already spent the approved Rs 80 crore” When asked if the VMC will shift the onus of the inflated cost on the beneficiaries Rao said “When the previous commissioner had agreed to accommodate them at the same site a clause was added to the minutes of the meeting that whatever cost arises over and above the estimated cost is to be borne by the beneficiaries We do not know how much of this will happen now” Rao remained non-committal about a deadline to complete the housing project and hand over homes to the families He said “It is a sensitive issue which has to be dealt with taking all aspects into consideration There is financial liability legal commitment before the court and the responsibility of ensuring rehabilitation for these innocent families They are not to be blamed for what has happened We are also recurring an unnecessary liability of the rent It is a question of Rs 70 crore We are working out a solution” For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Debabrata Mohanty | Paschimakachha (cuttack) | Published: December 18 2015 2:29 am Abdul Rehman’s house in Cuttack (Express Photo by: Debabrata Mohanty) Related News Seventy-five-year-old Rubaih Khatun trembles with fear at the mention of a visitor or a police jeep coming to their house And Mohd Shekhawat Ali bristles with anger over the way local newspapers and TV channels are painting his brother as “an al-Qaeda terrorist” In Paschimakachha a Muslim-dominated village in Odisha’s Cuttack district the family of 37-year-old Abdul Rehman Ali debunks all allegations of him being a “terrorist” “It’s a police allegation Let them provide the courts with evidence To me my brother is innocent” said his elder brother Mohd Shekhawat “My mother is yet to recover from the shock of the police coming to our house at 2 am and arresting my brother What kind of police action is this” he said One of the four sons of retired policeman Mohd Usman Ali who died three years ago Rehman is a father of three He was running a madrasa in nearby Biletaruan village for the last four years His eldest brother Rahmat Ali a former engineer with All India Radio in Cuttack died six years ago due to kidney failure Another brother Tahir Ali was arrested in 2002 for his alleged involvement in the US consulate attack in Kolkata He was released after spending 90 days in jail Villagers said Tahir was a Biju Janata Dal worker Saying that his brother was “too busy looking after the affairs of the madrasa and his own family” to be dealing with terrorist recruitment Shekhawat said “He is a devout Muslim… When he started his madrasa he had to endure a lot of hardship He had to beg for funds” After completing his theological education at a madrasa in neighbouring Kendrapara district Rehman went to Darul Uloom Deoband school in Saharanpur where he studied for seven years his brother said “He is a good speaker and well versed in Quran In any meetings held in our village or other districts he is called to explain the Quran” said a neighbour Another villager said “You can say he was a little fanatic in his religious views But to term him a terrorist is too much” Rehman’s family said the Delhi Police team was making too much of the seizures of a mobile phone a tablet and some compact discs as well as his visit to Saudi Arabia “It’s a lie that he visited Dubai or London He went to Saudi Arabia twice — once for Haj and the second time for Umrah” said his brother Meanwhile 12 km away at Biletaruan village over 80 children at Rehman’s madrasa were a harried a lot on Thursday as officials from school and education department started verifying their antecedents The madrasa-cum-hostel operates from a two-room asbestos-roofed structure in a paddyfield A tarpaulin covered structure serves as a makeshift mosque Of the 85 children 80 are from Ranchi and its adjoining areas Shakeel Ansari a student from Dumri village in Jharkhand said Rehman cared for them like his own sons Abdul Wahid one of the five teachers at the madrasa was worried about the madrasa’s future For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related News At a pre-monsoon review meeting of the district, a release said here. (if) you feel that we are going wrong, download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: IANS | Mumbai | Published: September 13, 2015, ‘If he can do it,the Gupta period.

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