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Assam Governor turning Raj Bhavan into RSS office: Gogoi 20.1.2017 The Assam Tribune
Assam Governor turning Raj Bhavan into RSS office: Gogoi
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Hope stalled work expedited under new LG: Arvind Kejriwal 31.12.2016 DNA: Recent Columns
Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Saturday said he is hopeful the works that have come to a standstill in the national capital will be expedited under new Lt Governor Anil Baijal. Baijal (70), a former Union Home Secretary, took over as the Lt Governor of Delhi today. "I am very hopeful that in the future, we all - MLAs, Delhi government, people of Delhi - will work with the Lt Governor for development of Delhi. "In the last few months, some works of Delhi government have come to standstill. I hope that these works will be expedited," Kejriwal said. Baijal's predecessor Najeeb Jung and the Delhi government have been at loggerheads on a range of issues including transfer and posting of officers since AAP came to power. On being asked about his relationship with the AAP government after taking oath, Baijal said, "This is a speculative thing and I don't know how the relationship will improve. We will sit together and talk." Baijal was administered the oath of office and secrecy of Lt Governor by Chief ...
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A year of missing project deadlines 30.12.2016 TOI: Patna
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No more 'Jung' as Anil Baijal becomes Delhi's L-G 29.12.2016 DNA: India
Former IAS official, Anil Baijal on Wednesday replaced Najeeb Jung as Delhi's Lieutenant Governor. Jung resigned from the post last week. Sources in the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) said that the decision was taken by President Pranab Mukherjee on Tuesday after he accepted Jung's resignation. External Affairs minister Sushma Swaraj took to Twitter to congratulate Baijal. "I welcome Shri #AnilBaijal as the Lt.Governor of Delhi, (SIC)" Swaraj tweeted. Baijal, a 1969 batch IAS officer, had previously served as Union Home Secretary under the Atal Bihari Vajpayee government and has held the several key positions in other ministries. Officials said that while Baijal's name was recommended by the MHA, the papers reached the President's office on Tuesday evening. Baijal had retired from service in 2006 as Secretary, Urban Development Ministry and has served as the former Vice-Chairman of Delhi Development Authority. He is also credited with the designing and roll-out of the Rs 60,000 crore Jawaharlal Nehru ...
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Former Union Home Secretary Anil Baijal becomes new LG of Delhi 28.12.2016 DNA: Popular News
 Career bureaucrat Anil Baijal was on Wednesday appointed as the new Lt Governor of Delhi, a post which has fallen vacant after sudden resignation of Najeeb Jung. 70-year-old Baijal, a 1969 batch IAS officer, had served as Union Home Secretary under the Atal Bihari Vajpayee government besides holding key positions in other ministries. The President accepted the resignation of Jung and also ordered for appointment of Baijal, who will be the 21st Lt Governor of the national capital. Baijal had retired from service in 2006 as Secretary, Urban Development Ministry. He is a former vice chairman of Delhi Development Authority  Baijal was actively associated with the designing and roll-out of Rs 60,000 crore Jawaharlal Nehru National Urban Renewal Mission (JNNURM) launched by the Manmohan Singh government. The former bureaucrat was also on the executive council of the think-tank Vivekananda International Foundation, several of whose former members have been appointed to senior positions by the Modi government ...
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Former Union Home Secretary Anil Baijal likely to be new Delhi LG 28.12.2016 DNA: Urban Tales
Career bureaucrat Anil Baijal looks set to become the next Lt Governor of Delhi, a post which has fallen vacant after sudden resignation of Najeeb Jung. A 1969 batch IAS officer, Baijal had served as Union Home Secretary under the Atal Bihari Vajpayee government besides holding key positions in other ministries. 70-year-old Baijal, whose appointment papers have been sent to President Pranab Mukherjee for his approval, had retired from service in 2006 as Secretary, Urban Development Ministry. He is a former vice chairman of Delhi Development Authority. Baijal was actively associated with the designing and roll-out of Rs 60,000 crore Jawaharlal Nehru National Urban Renewal Mission (JNNURM) launched by the Manmohan Singh government. The former bureaucrat was also on the executive council of the think-tank Vivekananda International Foundation, several of whose former members have been appointed to senior positions by the Modi government including National Security Advisor Ajit Doval. Jung had submitted his ...
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Town Hall works: MCC to terminate contractor, issue fresh tenders 22.12.2016 Star of Mysore
Town Hall works: MCC to terminate contractor, issue fresh tenders
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100 new buses to hit city streets 10.12.2016 TOI: Patna
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Construction of over 12.83 lakh affordable houses approved by Govt: Venkaiah Naidu 22.11.2016 ET: Policy
Naidu claimed that the demonetisation also had a positive effect on Urban Local Bodies with record increase of 268 per cent growth in property tax collection at Rs 13,192 crore in November, compared to Rs 3,607 crore in the same month last year.
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Centre beats 10 years of JNNURM in approving houses for urban poor 22.11.2016 Govt of india: PIB
Central Government today announced that it has so far approved construction of 12,83,616 affordable houses for urban poor
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Bureaucrat blamed for poor state of transport services in Meghalaya 2.11.2016 The Assam Tribune
Bureaucrat blamed for poor state of transport services in Meghalaya
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Water project fails to meet deadline again 24.10.2016 The Telegraph : North East
 The Greater Shillong Water Supply Scheme (GSWSS) Phase III failed to meet its deadline again yesterday after being delayed for the past three years.
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Khandu bats for e-governance 22.9.2016 The Assam Tribune
Khandu bats for e-governance
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Khandu launches e-project 22.9.2016 The Telegraph : North East
Arunachal Pradesh chief minister Pema Khandu today launched Go Live e-governance project of the Itanagar Municipal Council, making the urban local body digitalised and offer its services online.
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Need to revive ASTC: Sonowal 5.9.2016 The Assam Tribune
Need to revive ASTC: Sonowal
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Govt vow to 'cure' ASTC ills 5.9.2016 The Telegraph : North East
The Sarbananda Sonowal government today set in motion its plans to cure the ills afflicting the Assam State Transport Corporation (ASTC).
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Govt allots 333% more funds for urban infrastructure 2.9.2016 TOI: India
The government has committed Rs 1.13 lakh crore assistance for improving urban infrastructure, which is a 333% increase from Rs 33,902 crore that UPA had approved during its tenure of 10 years under JNNURM, Union urban development minister M Venkaiah Naidu said on Thursday.
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Over 2.23 lakh houses constructed in past two years: Rao Inderjit Singh 10.8.2016 ET: Policy
Singh said under PMAY (Urban) launched in June, the govt has approved construction of over 8.54 lakh houses for the benefit of Economically Weaker Sections.
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Over 2.23 lakh houses constructed in past two years: Govt 10.8.2016 TOI: India
Over 2.23 lakh houses have been constructed for the urban poor under various housing schemes of the Centre in the past two years, Lok Sabha was informed today.
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2.17 lakh houses constructed under JNNURM, Rajiv Awas Yojana remain vacant 21.7.2016 DNA: India
Over two lakh houses, constructed under Jawaharlal Nehru National Urban Renewal Mission (JNNURM) and Rajiv Awas Yojana (RAY), have been lying vacant across the country, the government told the Rajya Sabha on Thursday. The Centre is also advising the states and the Union Territories to expedite the allotment of vacant houses to the beneficiaries and submit plans for full occupancy, it added. "Construction and allotment of houses under JNNURM and RAY is responsibility of the states and UTs concerned. 2,17,953 houses constructed under JNNURM and RAY all over the country are lying vacant," Minister of State for Housing and Urban Poverty Alleviation (HUPA) Rao Inderjit Singh said in a written reply. Most of the houses that are vacant were constructed under the JNNURM scheme. Maharashtra accounted for the highest number vacant houses at 41,449 units, followed by Delhi (26,199), Gujarat (24,769), Andhra Pradesh (20,639), Telangana (17,982) and Uttar Pradesh (16,050). Singh said his ministry has been reviewing ...
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