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Railway Board fails to justify side middle berths in Garib 1.10.2014 Nagpur News, Nagpur City News | Cities News - Times of India
Railway Board (RB) is shying away from coming clear on discriminatory policy on side middle berths (SMBs) in Garib Rath ...
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Guru Teg Bahadur Hospital an example of mismanagement 1.10.2014 Asian Age: Delhi
The GTB Hospital caters to east Delhi residents and receives a large number of patients from western UP Mismanagement is the only word which can describe the functioning of the Guru Teg Bahadur Hospital, which is city administration’s biggest hospital in the trans-Yamuna area. Launched in 1979, the hospital has expanded into a 1,000-bed facility, but has miserably failed to provide quality healthcare to its patients. The Guru Teg Bahadur Hospital caters to east Delhi residents and receives a large number of patients from western Uttar Pradesh. Healthcare in the hospital is so abysmal that, according to statistics, 3,373 newborn children died in the hospital between January 2011 and February 2014. The figures were revealed by the hospital itself in its reply to RTI activist Narendra Sharma on a query about child mortality. The hospital said that out of 14,958 admissions of in-patients to the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, 2,416 newborns had died between January 2011 and February 12, 2014. In the NICU for ...
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Only 339 streetlights work in Udyog Vihar, reveals RTI 1.10.2014 Gurgaon - City - The Times of India
In an RTI reply, the HSIIDC has revealed that Udyog Vihar has only 339 functional streetlights.
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‘DDA, mafia misusing land allotted for Ramlila’ 30.9.2014 Asian Age: Delhi
An RTI activist had alleged that the Delhi Development Authority has deep links with the tent mafia and is illegally allotting land ostensibly for Ramlila, which is then used for commercial activities. Activist Mukesh Kumar has written to Delhi’s lieutenant-governor Najeeb Jung, highlighting the violation of norms by the DDA officials. “During Ramlila, the organisers had booked the land temporarily for religious purposes in Dwarka. As per allotment conditions, the land was allotted for a religious purpose in the free category. The organisers were not allowed to set up joy rides, swings & stalls. However, the organisers have installed joy rides & stalls on the booking sites in violation of the DDA allotment conditions,” Mr Kumar said in his complaint. “Sir, this is being done in connivance with your good self. According to DDA rules, the land allotment will be cancelled if the allottee violates the norms. Then why the organiser is being spared here when the motive is proved that in disguise of Ramlila ...
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Local fund audit report puts Corporation in a tight spot 30.9.2014 The Hindu: Today's Paper
Local fund audit report puts Corporation in a tight spot
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BDA gives sapling work to building agency 30.9.2014 TOI: All Headlines
BDA gives sapling work to building agency
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Ruling BJD Pocketing Project Funds: Odisha Contractors’ Body 30.9.2014 The New Indian Express - Odisha - http://newindianexpress.com/states/odisha/
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‘DDA, mafia misusing land allotted for Ramlila’ 30.9.2014 Asian Age: Delhi
An RTI activist had alleged that the Delhi Development Authority has deep links with the tent mafia and is illegally allotting land ostensibly for Ramlila, which is then used for commercial activities. Activist Mukesh Kumar has written to Delhi’s lieutenant-governor Najeeb Jung, highlighting the violation of norms by the DDA officials. “During Ramlila, the organisers had booked the land temporarily for religious purposes in Dwarka. As per allotment conditions, the land was allotted for a religious purpose in the free category. The organisers were not allowed to set up joy rides, swings & stalls. However, the organisers have installed joy rides & stalls on the booking sites in violation of the DDA allotment conditions,” Mr Kumar said in his complaint. “Sir, this is being done in connivance with your good self. According to DDA rules, the land allotment will be cancelled if the allottee violates the norms. Then why the organiser is being spared here when the motive is proved that in disguise of Ramlila ...
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Once friends, now foes: CM complains of ‘govt activists’ 30.9.2014 Goa News, News of Goa - Times of India
Once friends, now foes: CM complains of ‘govt activists’
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Bhagat Singh's birth anniversary: Why real heroes moving into oblivion? 29.9.2014 Oneindia.in: News
Be it October 2 or November 14, newspapers are often flooded with official advertisements making the birth anniversaries of Nehru-Gandhi family members, but anniversaries of other freedom fighters be it 'Iron man of India', Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel or valiant Bhagat
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How Tosamaidan was reclaimed 29.9.2014 The Hindu: Today's Paper
How Tosamaidan was reclaimed
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‘No Sugar Stock at Seized Factory, Farmers Duped’ 29.9.2014 newindianexpress.com
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All Rain Down the Drain: Officials Lax in Enforcing RWH 29.9.2014 newindianexpress.com
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Planning panel funds meant for Bidar infra project 'siphoned off' 29.9.2014 deccanherald.com
The much-hyped Bidar infrastructure project carried out in 2009 with a grant of Rs 136 crore, released directly from the Planning Commission, is in the news for wrong reasons. A complaint has been filed with the Lokayukta that the district administration siphoned off most part of the funds by carrying out road-widening work without calling the tender and in violation of the Karnataka Transparency in Public Procurement Act. According to the complainant, who wishes to remain anonymous, the Centre had released the funds to the State government in October 2008. The funds were meant to "improve pilgrim and tourist infrastructure in Bidar." The State government released the same to the then Bidar Deputy Commissioner Harsh Gupta. "The DC, along with three subordinates, siphoned off the money. Out of the money released, only road-widening work was taken up by bulldozing the buildings on either side of the road. Not even a single tender was called to execute these works. The district administration has not ...
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Now, flat buyers in Noida resort to shoeshine stir campaign 29.9.2014 Noida - City - The Times of India
After Ghaziabad councillors took to polishing shoes in protest against the state government, flat buyers in Noida did the same on Sunday in a demonstration against builders charging extra, over agreed flat prices.
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How Tosamaidan was reclaimed 29.9.2014 Hindu: News
The firing range in Pir Panjal had become a death trap
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Appointment of political advisor in Himachal Pradesh raises RTI query 28.9.2014 India News, Latest News in India, Live News India, India Breaking News - Times of India
Appointment of senior Congress leader Rangila Ram Rao as the Political Advisor of Himachal Pradesh chief minister Virbhadra Singh with cabinet rank has invited an RTI query as a RTI activist raising question over his appointment has now sought information about appointment, salary and other remuneration being given to him and details of advices being given by Rao to chief ...
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Govt sits on proposals for good governance 28.9.2014 TOI: All Headlines
Govt sits on proposals for good governance
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CVC, CIC working without chiefs 28.9.2014 Zee News : India National
Anti-corruption watchdog Central Vigilance Commission (CVC) and transparency panel Central Information Commission (CIC) are now both without their chiefs.
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CVC, CIC working without chiefs 28.9.2014 deccanherald.com
Anti-corruption watchdog Central Vigilance Commission (CVC) and transparency panel Central Information Commission (CIC) are now both without their chiefs. Central Vigilance Commissioner Pradeep Kumar demitted office today, after serving for a little over three years. Kumar, a former Defence Secretary, took oath as the chief of the probity watchdog on July 14, 2011. He was given a farewell by his office staff on Friday. The CVC is headed by a Central Vigilance Commissioner and has two Vigilance Commissioners. One of the Vigilance Commissioners, J M Garg, completed his tenure on September 7. Rajiv, a former Director General of Central Industrial Security Force, is now the lone commissioner in the CVC. A former IPS officer, Rajiv is likely to be given charge of the post of Central Vigilance Commissioner till the government decides on a new incumbent, official sources said. In the event of any vacancy in the office of the Central Vigilance Commissioner by reason of death, resignation or otherwise, the ...
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