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Archive for July, 2010

Residents of the capital forced to drink dirty water

Residents of the capital forced to drink dirty water
The residents of the capital are suffering from water crisis and are being forced to drink dirty water.The Municipal Corporation of Delhi (MCD) Wednesday accused the city government-controlled Delhi Jal Board (DJB) of supplying dirty potable water to residents. The issue was taken up in a meeting of MCD’s standing committee, the civic agency’s highest [...] Continue Reading »

Mumbai Senior citizens are planning to organize a mass protest

Mumbai Senior citizens are planning to organize a mass protest
Navi Mumbai’s senior citizens are planning to organize a mass protest on August 16. Dr. SP Kinjawadekar, ‘All India Senior Citizens Association‘  president and  resident of Nerul regretted the ‘cold response’ of Central as well as State governments in solving problems of senior citizens. The mass protest will be held at Azad Maidan, CST, Mumbai [...] Continue Reading »

Bombay High Court granted interim stay on Service Tax

Bombay High Court granted interim stay on Service Tax
The Bombay High Court has granted an interim stay on service tax levied by the Union Government on buildings under construction. The interim stay was granted by Justice V C Daga and Justice S J Kathawala, who admitted a petition filed by Maharashtra Chamber of Housing Industry (MCHI). The MCHI challenged the constitutional validity of [...] Continue Reading »

Builders Pledged To Support The BMC In The Fight Against Malaria

Builders Pledged To Support The BMC In The Fight Against Malaria
After recent media reports claimed that malaria is now also affecting heart and is causing strokes in patients with no history of heart ailments, guardian ministers Naseem Khan (suburbs) and Jayant Patil (island city) held meetings to review the situation and Khan directed the civic body to carry out precautionary measures to curb malaria which [...] Continue Reading »

Delhi high court sought a detailed report on waste to energy plant

Delhi high court sought a detailed report on waste to energy plant
The Delhi high court sought a detailed report from the Delhi Pollution Control Board (DPCB) to explain how the “waste to energy” project near Sukhdev Vihar will not be polluting the air. The court sought info from the DPCB while hearing a PIL filed by Sukhdev Vihar Residents Welfare Association (RWA). The proposed project is [...] Continue Reading »

No Mobile Towers without NOC from housing society

No Mobile Towers without NOC from housing society
According to the source, a service provider can erect a tower only after obtaining a structural stability certificate from a certified architect as well as a no objection certificate from the housing society where the tower is supposed to come up. “We are making changes in the Maharashtra Regional and Town Planning (MRTP) Act to [...] Continue Reading »

Whitefield Bridge Brings Relief To Motorists

Whitefield Bridge Brings Relief To Motorists
Whitefield bridge near Whitefield railway station brings relief to motorists. The bridge connects the Kadugodi-Seegehalli-Kannamangala area north of the Whitefield Railway Station with the rest of Bengaluru city. It now takes only a minute to cross over what has been a 20-40 minutes detour, leading to an extra hour of road-time every day for most [...] Continue Reading »

No Water For New Apartments And Offices In Bangalore

No Water For New Apartments And Offices In Bangalore
The government says new apartments and complexes won’t get water connections till the Cauvery Stage Four supply project is completed by the end of 2011. Katta Subramanya Naidu, Minister for Bangalore Water Supply Board, said, “We’re not in a position to supply water to complexes and multi-storeyed buildings till 2011, November, December. We’re not in [...] Continue Reading »

Home loan seekers can access their credit information details

Home loan seekers can access their credit information details
Home loan seekers can access their credit information details from the Credit Information Bureau (India) Ltd (CIBIL). Credit Information Reports (CIRs) of CIBIL have become an important tool for banks and housing finance companies. They provide vital information on the credit history of applicants. A home loan application was liable to be rejected on account [...] Continue Reading »

Residents of Sector 1 voiced their grievances

Residents of Sector 1 voiced their grievances
In an interaction meeting with the Corporator Latha Narasimhamurthy and the office-bearers of the residents’ welfare Association, the residents of Sector I voiced their grievances like stray dog menace, street light problem, overflowing drains and irregular collection of garbage and many other issues. Sector 1 is the biggest sector in the entire HSR Layout, where [...] Continue Reading »