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The survey has revealed that there are large number of illegal encroachments on the footpaths, Nirbhavane said The number of encroachments of MSEB owing to electrical lines and feed pillars is in large number and the civic administration has asked the power utility to shift them from footpathhe added The city has 1850 km of roads including 90 km of concrete road The concrete road has footpaths on both sides In all930 km road have footpaths on both sides and the total length of footpaths is 1860 km There are as many as 1970 feeder pillars and transformers on footpaths The number of electric poles on footpaths is 5747 and waterline valves are in place at 155 locations Electric or telephone cables are being laid at 477 locations while there are 334 PMPML bus stops on footpaths The civic administration also located 1185 encroachments and 318 hoardings on the footpaths There are 221 locations where the footpath is blocked due to debris while water channels cut across footpath at 542 locations According to the surveythere are 9512 trees on footpath For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Ludhiana | Published: November 27 2013 5:08 am Related News Members of Maha Sabha staged a protest dharna outside DC office against property tax on Tuesday The members said that the common man was being troubled through this tax and specially the poor who have small houses of 50 square yard Col J S Brarpresident of this Sabhasaid while the tax had been slashed on commercial propertiesthe residential properties had been included This waythe government was troubling the poor and passing on the benefit to the rich They appealed to the masses not to give this tax and fight against the government Laterthe members also submitted a memorandum to Deputy Commissioner Rajat Aggarwalwhich was to be given to Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal For all the latest Ludhiana News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by NILESH YELGUNDE | Pune | Updated: February 5 2017 3:00 am All the candidates who have come from many parts of the state and some from other states like Uttar Pradesh Gujarat and Karnataka are waiting for their turns to undergo medical fitness test for army recruitment at the command hospital in Pune Express Top News Anil Sakhare belongs to Janapur in Chandur Bajar tehsil of Amravati district With Rs 1800 in his pocket that he managed to save by doing odd jobs at construction sites in Amravati city he has been camping in the city since January 22 The money that he brought with him is not meant for spending but to save He says he has ‘kept this money for emergency’ For the last 10 days in Pune he eats at ‘langar’ in gurudwara sleeps on footpath uses public toilet and has taken bath only thrice in the last 10 days at Pune railway station Anil is in the city to attend medical fitness test for army recruitment When asked why is he taking all this pain he has a simple reply: “I don’t have money to pay for getting any other job” Anil is not alone here Some 400 odd candidates in their late teens and early twenties from Akola Amravati Nagpur Chandrapur Yavatmal Wardha Gondiya and some from as far as UP Gujarat Karnataka are in the city for last 10 days some for more than 10 days All of them are waiting for their turns to undergo medical fitness test for army recruitment at the command hospital here Watch What Else Is In News With just Rs 1500-2000 in their pockets they have been struggling to ‘stay’ in the city They spend nights on the pavements in front of command hospital or at the gurudwara behind Bishop school while some of them have taken ‘shelter’ on Wanowrie road Early in the morning they attend to nature’s call at open grounds on Wanowrie road some use public toilets wherever possible some also reach as far as railway station and again return to command hospital and wait in queues for their turn to be examined by a medical board From the day they arrived in the city breakfast has become a luxury for them A tea is shared between two that too not every day Not all of them have the tests every day The day is busy for those who are taken inside the hospital for medical tests For the rest of them it is yet another day to wait for their turn As the day progresses finding food becomes a major task as buying it is not an option for them Those who do not have tests gather around Gurudwara Nanak Darbar in Camp area at around 1130 am The ‘langar’ at this gurudwara is their only source of lunch Throughout the day they wander helplessly in and around Race Course area Their eyes at multiple army posts in this locality filled with dreams of landing a job in one of them some day Some of the armymen on gate duty at these posts talk with them for a while others just whisk them away As the evening sets in they can be seen sitting in groups in the courtyard of the gurudwara At 8 pm the dinner is served at the langar After the dinner it is another night at the pavement a wait for another day Spending nights on the pavements has it’s own tales Along with the risk of speeding vehicles they are also concerned about safe upkeep of their much important documents Sunil Kakade from Gondiya was seen hiding his three new stone-grey Rs 500 notes in his socks while going to sleep With his 3-acre farm land his father could afford to give him money but he opts not to spend them easily When asked about the next course of action if not selected Rahul Mali from Balapur of Akola district says “We don’t have anything else to do We will keep trying our luck again and again” Rahul is the son of a landless labourer pursuing his BCom second year at Shivaji college Akola He works at a grain store in Akola to make ends meet He came to Pune on January 24 with Rs 1900 in his pocket Ramesh Patel is a tribal student belonging to far off Dharani tehsil of Amravati He lives in a small hamlet in the interiors of Melghat tiger reserve His trip is paid for by a local school teacher He is in Pune for a test which was to be held on January 27 He has not been taken inside as yet The candidates here some of them come from farming families and some from landless farm labourers No third category of family background was seen They have also enrolled themselves in their respective local colleges and are pursuing BA or BCom While doing their colleges they also work in their farms or do some menial jobs to fulfil their dream of a job in the Indian Army “We don’t take admission in BSc courses as those require attendance in college” said Vinit Parkhe from Yavatmal Vinit doubles up as farm labour at his own rain-fed farm in Aarni tehsil of Yavatmal district Randhir Kumar is from a village in Barauni district of Uttar Pradesh As per the schedule he first reported at Panaji Goa on December 25 He was redirected to command hospital Pune on January 12 Until now he has adjusted himself with the cycle of langar food – public toilets – pavement sleeping “Saab abhi hamare kagjaat aana baaki hai…(My papers are yet to reach…)” says the young boy of 20 something in a choked voice visibly tired and disturbed A band of around 14 boys from Dharwad in Karnataka had to return after a wait for six days for the same reason All the candidates unanimously said that the army recruitment process is highly transparent completely fair and they trust it fully But there are procedural issues Most of them are sent back only because the hospital is yet to receive their documents from Army Recruitment Office (ARO) None of them had anyone to blame at all saying that “All this ‘hardwork’ will only help us land a good job” Gurudwara: A silent supporter of army recruitment all over the country When this reporter visited Gurudwara Nanak Darbar their staff politely declined to be quoted or pictured They all said that this work is a God’s duty for them and they do it with all the faith “We would never like to make fuss about this pious work” a senior person said He also shared that wherever in the country the army recruitment process is on the nearby gurudwaras have played a supportive role by providing food to the needy candidates Every evening before preparing the food a kitchen staff visits the crowds sitting outside takes judgement of the number and prepares food accordingly Some of the candidates offer to volunteer for food distribution All the expenses are borne out of donations only The candidates said they receive very respectful treatment here For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Arita Sarkar | Mumbai | Published: June 4 2017 12:54 am Top News Ahead of the monsoon the imported mix the civic body has purchased to repair the city’s roads is yet to arrive The material which has been shipped from Israel and Austria is still en route Officials expect that the mix will reach Mumbai by the end of this month Following the directions of the Bombay High Court after several rounds of testing of material from various international and national agencies the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) roads department had purchased 38 tonnes of material from two firms — Eco Green Infrastructure Development Austria and Smart Age Products Israel The mix cost the civic body around Rs 70 lakh said an official “Since the material is heavy it was shipped from both Israel and Austria last month While the first shipment is expected to arrive by June 22 the second is likely to reach by June 30” said a civic official The official added that once the ships arrive the material will be stored at BMC’s asphalt plant and will be sent to the ward office as per requirement “The material is very expensive and we have to ensure that it is not misused We thus cannot divide it and give to all the wards We will closely monitor the use and detailed records will be maintained” added an official He insisted that there is no delay in the arrival of the material as heavy rains will only occur in July Meanwhile as per the India Meteorological Department monsoon is set to hit the city from June 9 The disaster management department has identified six days of high tide in June six in July four in August and two in September The highest tide measuring 497 metres is expected to hit the city on June 25 Last year the condition of the roads during the monsoon was so bad that the HC took up the matter as a suo-motu public interest litigation The court had directed the BMC to consult with experts from IIT and Central Road Research Institute and ensure that material of better quality is used this year Before the HC order the BMC used to manufacture its pothole mix called the ‘cold mix’ which comprises bitumen However the material was unable to withstand heavy rains even for a few weeks Later the BMC decided to purchase a small amount for this year and since the material was expensive the civic body decided to set up their own mixing plant to produce the material similar to the one they have purchased Civic officials however said the expression of interest for the project of setting up the mixing plant at Worli failed to get enough response from the bidders “We floated the expression of interest for the project on May 4 and after the deadline on May 24 we received a response from only one company We have now extended the time period till the first week of June” said an official He added that the plan is to modify the existing plant at Worli so both the new material and the cold mix can be produced simultaneously The official pointed out that bidders will be required to submit a sample of their material which will be generated by the modified plant “Before the final specifications and cost estimate of the plant is decided the material will be tested by a technical committee comprising three engineers from the roads department one mechanical engineer and one professor from IIT Bombay” he said For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | Lahore | Published: September 16 2017 7:12 pm Pakistan played World XI in a three-match T20I series (Source: AP) Top News The ICC ruled out an “overnight miraculous” return of international cricket to Pakistan even though it was satisfied with the successful staging of the Independence Cup in Lahore “Returning full-time international cricket back to Pakistan is not going to be an overnight miracle It has to take time The PSL final was the first step this is the second” ICC Chief Executive David Richardson said “We have now shown that events can be staged in one city over a short period of time in a Twenty20 format Now the next steps have to be taken meaning can they be rolled out in more than one city over a longer period of time Probably the next steps would be a tour by a Full Member country as opposed to a composite team” Satisfied with the conduct of the tournament Richardson said this will give a lot of confidence to big teams such as Australians and South Africans “I am very satisfied Back in 2009 the confidence in the security situation in Pakistan was obviously at an all-time low And following on over the past 12 to 24 months the improvements made by the Pakistan security forces was a catalyst for moving from that phase of playing in neutral territories to try to make an effort to bring international cricket back to Pakistan” he said “The main objective of that is to try to build confidence in the likes of the Australians South Africans and other countries that the threat can be managed and this tour has shown — that is the case “The security arrangements were unprecedented yes they were severe but above all everybody realised that it is all very well to have a security plan on paper but can it be implemented And that’s a question they answered in the affirmative” Richardson added Pakistan clinched the three-match series against World XI 2-1 after winning the third and final T20 by 33 runs last night at Lahore ICC Director Giles Clarke who attended the first two matches said the World XI received extraordinary reception at Lahore and the event will a big step towards international cricket returning to Pakistan “The reaction of the Pakistanis who were at the ground is something I have never seen in my life I think this courageous team its management and all the people in Pakistan have demonstrated that it is possible for overseas players to come to Pakistan and show their skills” he said “It has been a fantastic tournament From my point of view as Chairman of the ICC’s Pakistan Task Team I am very pleased that we have accomplished this and I am sure the players will talk to their colleagues and we will see the return of bilateral international cricket to Pakistan” Richardson who attended the second T20I said the reason behind staging the Independence Cup was to show that it is possible to safely host a tournament in Pakistan “One of the main reasons for staging the tour was as a stepping stone to building the confidence that even though there may be some danger to staging sports events or visiting Pakistan the Pakistan security agencies are more than capable of mitigating that threat” he said “The security arrangements having being implemented so well we can call it a success The players that came on the tour witnessed the security arrangements firsthand and can go back and report back that although there may be some level of risk it can be managed successfully” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsUpdated: February 26 2016 1:18 am Suresh Prabhu Related News Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu must be commended for being candid about the “two headwinds” being faced by the transport behemoth that are badly impacting its finances and ability to be a growth driver for the economy The Indian Railways’ (IR’s) gross traffic receipts for the current fiscal are slated to fall short of the budgeted target of Rs 183578 crore by Rs 15744 crore with the ongoing slowdown hurting both goods as well as passenger earnings Even worse is the projected increase of roughly Rs 28600 crore in staff costs and pension outgo in 2016-17 mainly courtesy implementation of the Seventh Pay Commission recommendations The two together have undermined the internal resource position of the IR just when its investments are desperately required to kick start a far-from-buoyant economy Railway Budget 2016: Here’s What Suresh Prabhu Announced For The Passengers Viewed against these pressures it is understandable that Prabhu’s rail budget doesn’t seem to have much to offer While proposing a Plan size of Rs 121000 crore for 2016-17 a large part of the money for this appears to rely on “extra budgetary resources” — investments through special purpose vehicles/ joint ventures that would attract financing from foreign pension funds insurance companies and other extraneous sources The IR’s own works expenditure for 2015-16 amounted to Rs 60884 crore which itself fell below the original budget estimate of Rs 76575 crore For the coming fiscal this figure is placed at Rs 78660 crore which again may be difficult to meet in the current challenging scenario Prabhu is counting on cost savings from lower diesel prices and increased adoption of electric traction alongside entering into long-term agreements for procuring power directly at competitive rates It is doubtful though if these can fully compensate for the pressure on revenues and additional outgo due to the pay commission shock But even within these compulsions of having to run a tight ship Prabhu has done well to focus on a few big-ticket projects that can be potentially game-changing both for the IR and the wider economy Among them is the Dedicated Freight Corridor (DFC) that can radically slash transit time for goods Thankfully much of the land acquisition for the Delhi-Mumbai and Delhi-Kolkata corridors is already over Prabhu has promised that almost all the civil engineering contracts would be awarded before this fiscal ends and both corridors would be commissioned by 2019 Shifting freight traffic from existing tracks to the new corridors would release capacities helping increase speeds of passenger trains too on these trunk routes The rail budget has further proposed new DFCs connecting Delhi-Chennai Kharagpur-Mumbai and Kharagpur-Vijayawada If all these materialise they would be the biggest thing to have happened since the National Highways Development Project that truly changed the face of India For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related Newsinformation? “I started getting anxious, According to a source, the rates are Rs 250/GB. 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the question is would this special episode harm Kapil Sharma’s show in any manner? So it was important to try something else, he says In the role of an aspiring IAS officerSharma is looking to not just transform his image into a serious one but also exhibit new shades of his acting repertoire For Sharmaacting was something he yearned for ever since he decided to make it a profession A two-year diploma in acting from Film and Television Institute of IndiaPunefurther strengthened his resolution After a few years of doing theatre in Delhihe came to Mumbai Though he initially did supporting roleshe wants to change it now PersonallyI would just be happy actingbut the role of a lead actor puts you on a higher pedestal? ? works against anemia, Yadav was arrested after Vijay Kumar,one of the original arrested accused in the desecration case claimed that he had done it at the behest of theAAP MLA Yadav has been charged with sections 109 (punishment forabetment if the act abetted is committed in consequence andwhere no express provision is made for its punishment) 153A(promoting enmity between different groups on grounds ofreligion race place of birth etc and doing acts prejudicialto maintenance of harmony) and 295 (injury or defiling place ofworship with an intent to insult the religion of any class) of the Indian Penal Code Before his arrest Yadav had described the police actionagainst him as a conspiracy? The Lodha panel has to only listen to what cricketers and keen followers of the game have to say about the ICC Cricket Committee’s tweaking with the field restriction rules in ODIs to realise how easy it is to hoodwink some of our representatives. sponsors, they are coming back now, Mortaza had complimented AB de Villiers for his match-winning knock and said, The story revolved around two brothers Vijay and Ravi.

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