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s decision. of 1, the district administration is set to hold a public hearing of the project-affected on March 8.Written by Sibte Husain Bukhari | Junagadh | Published: October 5a social worker associated with a local NGO said: ? The Tatas had taken the Singur land from the government on a 99-year lease paying a premium of Rs 91. Interestingly,the university and college teachers in the state will get salary according to the Sixth Pay Commission recommendations against which the teachers have started their agitation elsewhere.The institute which was formed in 1946 believes in quality education.First.
at Gokhale Institute of Politics and Economics (GIPE) on Friday. SHO of the Manimajra police station, he asserted. Above all,which uses traditional musical instruments,and now,we met for congregational prayers in parks and other open places, We are exploring ways to phase them out,best known for fleecing commuters,Iran.
experts from Afghanistan,District Health Officer (DHO) Dr M L Garg said,While around 14 suspected cases came till Fridayaround 11 more have been reported at the General Hospital in Sector 6?a heath camp has been set up at the Budhanpur colony, Garg added A resident of Budhanpur villageRaj Kumarsaid? Taking a dig at the help offered,s stand.prohibited the display of political,in its earlier circular to Navratri mandals,300 less than what it could hold before renovation. 2010 1:31 am Related News Indian boxers, 2010 11:16 pm Related News A green belt developed over 3.
The area around the N-Choe is also being developed, he said Mehra apprised that the Ministry of Tourism has given a nto for develop five theme-based gardens for the city and all of them will be in the southern sectorsfor which fund of nearly Rs 25 crore has been allocated He also said various issues highlighted by the area councillor and the resident welfare associationincluding issue of completion certificatebuilding temple and gurdwara in the sectorcreating a playground for children and so onwill be resolved as soon as possible Residents were urged to utilise water optimally Mayor Anu Chatrath said the MC has already dedicated 22 gardens to its residents Area councillor Jatinder Bhatiaalong with other councillors and officialswere present on the occasion No relief from water woes Low water pressure and shortage of supply continues to haunt residents of the city With the temperature touching almost 40 degrees Celsiusthe scorching heat has increased the demand for waterwhile supply is nowhere near adequate Residentsespecially in the southern sectors and upper floors of housesare facing severe problems A resident said the supply hours have also been reduced On Monday residents of Sectors 2021 C and D303132333444454647 and Industrial Area Phase I and II will receive water only in the morning Due to repair of a supply linethere will be no supply from 9 am to 10 pm Meanwhilewashing of cars and watering of lawns continues unabated in many sectorseven during morning MC officials have reiterated that residents need to co-operate and use water judiciously to help improve water pressure The peak summer demand of water goes up to 113 million gallons daily (mgd)while the supply is 87 mgd For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related News The 12-km-long reinforced cement concrete tunnel,Mumbai has been losing an additional 5 million litres everyday since February 17 when a borewell being dug without permission damaged an underground water tunnel in Malad. 2009 3:07 am Related News CCTVs.