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Daily Archive: May 25, 2017
Sisodia said the decision, taken by the Delhi Cabinet on Wednesday, will cover around 5,500 blocks.
New Delhi: The Delhi government has widened the scope of the developmental works that can be undertaken by MLAs using the SC/ST welfare fund.
The ITO-Kashmere Gate ‘Heritage Line’ of Delhi Metro has received safety clearance, paving the way for its long-awaited commercial launch. The Commissioner of Metro Railway Safety (CMRS) gave the clearance following an inspection of the 5.17-km-long corridor on May 22-23, a DMRC official said. "The line will be opened very soon, possibly this week. We will shortly announce the date," the official said.
New Delhi: Days after he had directed Chief Secretary M M Kutty to ensure full availability of medicines and other consumables in some of government hospitals in the capital, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal today visited Sanjay Gandhi hospital to inquire whether patients are provided free medicines without any discrimination.
The Chief Minister was accompanied by Health Minister Satyendar Jain.
During visit, Mr Kejriwal was also seen talking to patients asking about their health conditions and whether they are facing any hurdle to avail the medical facilities.
Seeing the Chief Minister, keen of patients rushed to him with their grievances.
After listening to them, Mr Kejriwal assured that all their problems would be solved.
New Delhi: The Supreme Court today refused to give an urgent hearing on a plea, seeking cancellation of the National Eligibility Entrance Test (NEET) examination, conducted on May 7, 2017. A vacation bench comprising Justices L Nageswar Rao and Navin Sinha said the Madras High Court is hearing the matter and had already stayed the publication of NEET results. The top court also asked the petitioner NGO Sankalp Charitable Trust, to mention the matter before it next week, if it wanted the court to hear the matter. The question papers of NEET examination, which was conducted on May 7 in Bihar, were also leaked allegedly and thereby, the examination should be cancelled, the petitioner claimed in its petition. The NGO also sought the apex court’s intervention and a direction for a thorough Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) probe into the entire matter.
Residents of Delhi can expect better roads free of potholes this monsoon as the Delhi government has undertaken the biggest road repair work in the last five years.
The Public Works Department (PWD) is repairing about 200km of roads in the Capital, some of which have not been tended to since 2012. The repair work, which is being carried out on at least 120 stretches across Delhi, is likely to be completed by the end of May.
The budget for the road repair is Rs 180 crore and the PWD has broadly divided the work into three zones – north, east and south. Apart from the Ring Road and Outer Ring Road, smaller roads under PWD are also being repaired.
“Some of the roads were built during the Commonwealth Games and during monsoon, potholes are common because of lack of repair. We have largely divided the roads into three categories – one which requires complete resurfacing, one which needs strengthening and one which requires minor surfacing. A survey was conducted and accordingly a repair plan was prepared,” said a PWD official.
“Flyovers are not part of this repair drive as we carry out strengthening of flyovers from time to time. However, roads were neglected for a long time. After this repair work, no major repair would be required for another five years,” the official added.
Officials said the traffic volume on the roads leads to a quick wear and tear of roads and there was an urgent need to maintain their quality for a smooth flow of traffic and the safety of motorists and pedestrians.
All roads measuring 60 feet and above running into 1260km across the national capital comes under PWD. It has a centralised centre for complaints about potholes and rough patches on the roads under its control.
The PWD is also working on a plan to reduce water-logging on roads during the monsoon, one of the regular problems faced by the people during the rains.
Almost all drains are expected to be cleaned by June 15.
Every monsoon, the city witnesses flooding on roads because drains can carry a load of only 25 mm water per hour. The civic agencies handle almost 90% of the drains.
Delhi’s drainage system was laid in 1976 by the irrigation and flood control department (IFCD), taking into account the urbanisation limits up to 1981.
The government is often accused of carrying out desilting work only on paper.
Major roads under repair
Netaji Subhash Marg: Between Delhi Gate and Lothian Chowk
Ring Road: Between Bhairon Marg and Shanti Van
Boulevard Road (Lala Hardev Sahai Marg)
Mehrauli Mahipalpur Road (Masoodpur to NH-8)
Press Enclave Road
Outer Ring Road: Between IIT flyover and Chirag Delhi
Savitri Cinema Road
Sri Aurobindo Marg (AIIMS to Mehrauli)
Azadpur traffic light to Mukundpur crossing
Chattrasal Stadium to GT road
KN Katju Road
Outer Ring Road from Railway Crossing Peera Garhi up to flyover at Behra Enclave
आज दिनांक 24/5/2017 को आर के पुरम विधानसभा मे पी डबलु डी के अधिकारियों के साथ मिलकर पुरी विधानसभा का दौरा किया। और पी डबलु डी द्वारा पी डबलु डी नालों की चल रहे सफाई के कार्यों का जायज़ा लिया ताकि मानसून आने पहले ही सभी नालों की सफाई हो जाए और पुरी विधानसभा मे कंही भी जलभराव ना हो।
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President Pranab Mukherjee will deliver The Second Ramnath Goenka Lecture in New Delhi on Thursday. A lecture series started last year by The Express Group and dedicated to its founder in the 25th year of his passing, Ramnath Goenka, was an Indian newspaper publisher. He launched The Indian Express and created the Indian Express Group with various English and regional language publications. In 2000, India Today magazine, named him amongst their list of “100 People Who Shaped India”. The Ramnath Goenka Lecture, in the spirit of the founder and the newspaper, aims to enrich and shape public discourse through the power of ideas.
New Delhi: Uncertainty prevails over the announcement of class 12 CBSE results as the board is likely to challenge a Delhi high court order allowing continuation of its moderation policy on extra marks which was scrapped last month.
These are anxious days for around a million students waiting for the Central Board of Secondary Education’s Class 12 result.
Typically the country’s largest school board declares the result of the "make or break" examination between May 25 and May 27 but a delay looks inevitable this time.