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AAP leader accuses Ajit Pawar of graft, demands inquiry 1.8.2015 Zee News : States
AAP leader Anjali Damania on Friday levelled a slew of graft charges against former Maharashtra Deputy Chief Minister Ajit Pawar and alleged that he awarded contracts to his relatives and people close to him when he was in office, charges rubbished by his party NCP.
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AAP leader Anjali Damania accuses Ajit Pawar of graft, demands inquiry 31.7.2015 DNA: Top News
AAP leader Anjali Damania on Friday levelled a slew of graft charges against former Maharashtra Deputy Chief Minister Ajit Pawar and alleged that he awarded contracts to his relatives and people close to him when he was in office, charges rubbished by his party NCP. Addressing a press conference in Mumbai, she said that Ajit, while holding office, formed several companies involving his close relatives and helped them by flouting all prescribed norms and siphoned off money from the state exchequer. During his long stint as a Minister in the previous Congress-NCP government, the 56-year-old politician held several key portfolios like Irrigation, Planning, Energy Water Supply and Sanitation, Rural Development and Finance. Among these his most controversial stint was in Irrigation Department, where a multi-crore scam came to light in 2012. An inquiry should be carried out into the transactions of all businesses, bank accounts, I-T disclosures and source of funds and assets of companies linked to Ajit's wife, ...
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'Ashada' hurdle to GVMC's house occupation plan 31.7.2015 TOI: All Headlines
'Ashada' hurdle to GVMC's house occupation plan
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City in race with Nagpur, Pune for Smart City tag 31.7.2015 TOI: All Headlines
City in race with Nagpur, Pune for Smart City tag
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‘OCW website should display agreement’ 31.7.2015 TOI: All Headlines
‘OCW website should display agreement’
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After shutdown, major leakage cripples water supply yet again 31.7.2015 TOI: All Headlines
After shutdown, major leakage cripples water supply yet again
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One-third of Belagavi’s water dangerous to drink 31.7.2015 Hubli - City - The Times of India
This sample survey should set off alarm bells ringing in Belagavi district — it found that around 30% drinking water available from overhead tanks, borewells, open wells and public water supply is not fit for consumption.
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States to be penalised for delay in transfer of AMRUT funds 31.7.2015 Moneylife
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Scheme objectives 31.7.2015 The Hindu: Today's Paper
Scheme objectives
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Desalination plants for Ramnad and Tuticorin 31.7.2015 The Hindu: Today's Paper
Desalination plants for Ramnad and Tuticorin
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Desalination plants in Ramnad, Tuticorin 31.7.2015 Hindu: Chennai
The State government has sanctioned 60 MLD capacity seawater reverse osmosis desalination plants, one each at Kuthiraimozhi in Ramanathapuram and Alanthalai in Tuticorin to benefit over 1,100 rural...
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Self-assessment of property tax in Chennai: resolution on Monday 31.7.2015 Hindu: Chennai
Residents of Chennai can soon calculate on their own, the property tax they need to pay to the Chennai Corporation, without meeting government officials, if a proposal from the civic body is passed...
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New impetus to self-assessment tax proposal 31.7.2015 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
CHENNAI: Residents of Chennai can soon calculate on their own the property tax they need to pay to the Chennai Corporation, without meeting government officials, if a proposal...
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No quick solution to city water woes 31.7.2015 Asian Age: Delhi
There seems to be no immediate solution to Delhi’s water woes, particularly for the slum dwellers, as the city continues to grapple with inadequate infrastructure and insufficient availability of raw water supply. Also, with the unending dispute over Munak canal with Haryana — which has refused to provide additional water — observers assert that need to find alternative water sources has now become a necessity. The AAP government has decided to provide 20,000 litres of free water to every household in the capital, but many experts stress that the populist measure would not redress city’s water crisis in the long run. They assert that the administration needed to come up with better water conservation strategies, and ensure appropriate water pricing so that it is valued and not wasted. According to government officials, presently the daily water requirement in national capital is estimated at about 1,100 million gallons per day (MGD), but the water treatment plants in the city together were not able to ...
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TWAD to Carry Out Study on Integrated Water Work at Rs 50L 31.7.2015 newindianexpress.com
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No quick solution to city water woes 31.7.2015 Asian Age: Delhi
There seems to be no immediate solution to Delhi’s water woes, particularly for the slum dwellers, as the city continues to grapple with inadequate infrastructure and insufficient availability of raw water supply. Also, with the unending dispute over Munak canal with Haryana — which has refused to provide additional water — observers assert that need to find alternative water sources has now become a necessity. The AAP government has decided to provide 20,000 litres of free water to every household in the capital, but many experts stress that the populist measure would not redress city’s water crisis in the long run. They assert that the administration needed to come up with better water conservation strategies, and ensure appropriate water pricing so that it is valued and not wasted. According to government officials, presently the daily water requirement in national capital is estimated at about 1,100 million gallons per day (MGD), but the water treatment plants in the city together were not able to ...
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Forest department yet to hand over land for new garbage depot 31.7.2015 Pune News, Pune City News | Cities News - Times of India
The forest department has yet to hand over land to the Pimpri Chinchwad Municipal Corporation for the second garbage depot at ...
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Electric poles damaged, power cuts grip Udaipur - Times of India 31.7.2015 Udaipur News
Electric poles damaged, power cuts grip Udaipur Times of India UDAIPUR: Torrential rain for the past few days has brought life to a standstill in Udaipur. Over 1,000 electric poles were damaged due to strong winds leading to a major interruption in power supply in many of the villages and colonies. Lack of power ...
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Minister does his bit 30.7.2015 The Hindu: Today's Paper
Minister does his bit
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Official posting 30.7.2015 The Hindu: Today's Paper
Official posting
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