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“For me, In this interview,Old Delhi has a large number of people who are permanently disabled,do not know where to go now, Saleem Hasana social workersaid Till last yearMCD paid the monthly pension on a quarterly basis Howeverafter the trifurcation of the civic body last yearno pensions were paid the whole year Mahendra NagpalLeader of the HouseNorth corporationsaid the former chief of the Community Services department had issued the circular stating that the percentage of disability be increased to 50 per cent from the existing 40 per cent But when the councillors discovered thisthe circular was withdrawn The House has unanimously approved of the percentage of disability to remain 40 per cent and we are now disbursing pensions and stipends as per the earlier policy?I would show the producer the door if he gets a clause like that. Shah said. IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsAAP’s victory in Delhi Assembly elections will definitely catapult the fledgling party into the national center stage with non-Congress parties likely to woo it assiduously to take on the BJP both at the national and the state level.Hollywood released both Advise and Consent, also praised Pogba’s attributes off the pitch and said the duo are targeting silverware at both domestic and national tournaments. Then of course there is the food.

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It takes us a long time to convince them to calm down and talk first, said Patil For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsMumbai | Updated: February 9 2014 4:09 am Related News Nearly eight months after the state’s decision to notify all mangroves on public land as ‘reserved forests’ around 6000 hectares of mangroves on government land in Thane district will soon be declared reserved forests The Thane district collector said the proposal for notification sent by the forest department would be processed within three days Also as and when all mangroves areas on public land in the state are notified the state would have around 17286 hectares of mangrove ‘reserved forests’ according to the mangrove cell N Vasudevan chief conservator of forests mangrove cell said 8662 hectares of mangroves on public land in the state were under its jurisdiction at present Of these 3998 hectares are already declared reserved forests while the remaining are yet to be elevated from the status of ‘protected forests’ Since the state took the decision in June 2013 forest and district officials have been jointly surveying mangrove lands and demarcating areas for the notification The mangrove cell sent the proposal seeking notification of 1471 hectares of mangroves on government land in Navi Mumbai to the Thane collector’s office a month ago These 1471 hectares were earlier declared ‘protected forests’ and as per the government resolution in June 2013 are to be declared reserved forests While limited human activity is permitted in ‘protected forest’ areas once a forest settlement officer settles claims of all inhabitants in ‘reserved forests’ all human activity is strictly prohibited in the area In Mumbai district 3998 hectares have been notified as reserved forests Meanwhile the divisional forest officers from Dahanu division also sent a proposal to the Thane collector’s officer around two months ago to notify 4479 hectares as ‘reserved forests’ said a senior official from the forest department However Thane collector P Velrasu said the proposals were submitted Wednesday “We will process it in three days After that the proposal will be sent to the state government” he added “The demarcation of some areas needs to be reviewed and we will take this up with the chief secretary Tuesday” said Praveen Pardeshi principal secretary revenue and forests department [email protected] For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsMumbai | Published: March 12 2014 1:33 am Spotted deer at Sanjay Gandhi National Park Vasant Prabhu Related News The next time students of Rustomjee Cambridge International School walk into the Sanjay Gandhi National Park (SGNP) in Borivali unlike regular visitors they will be there to meet their “pets” These students are the first ones in the city to have adopted a wild animal in this case spotted deer from the national park and the school’s name will now feature outside the spotted deer’s enclosure The state’s Forest Department had in January issued a government resolution that allows people to “adopt” a wild animal that lives in enclosures and those in the safari (bred in captivity) at SGNP The national park sent a letter to the Dahisar-based school last week making the adoption official Being frequent visitors at the park the Dahisar schoolchildren had heard of this proposal in August last year Next thing they did was to shoot off letters to all parents expressing their interest in adopting a wild animal “When we visited the animals we knew instantly we wanted to adopt them The spotted deer looked slightly weak to us and we wanted to take care of them” said Heer Shah the head girl “It feels special to have a wild animal as a pet; an animal that lives in a good habitat and we take care of them” said Sanjana Dhamankar the captain Since January the student council has been collecting money from students ranging from nursery to Class 12 Seeing their enthusiasm the school chipped in an equal amount for the adoption “Every year the students collect and donate money otherwise used to buy flowers and gifts for their teachers on Teacher’s Day or for a cause close to their hearts” said Tanya Valecha the school principal “Last year the students collected money for cancer-stricken people” “The schoolchildren are the first ones An initiative like this coming from children is a great thing Their act can enthuse others into adopting as well As deers are part of the zoo large groups coming to see them wouldn’t be a problem Enquiries from others are mainly about the bigger wild cats but we have not received any forms yet For the big cats special visits have to be arranged” said Vikas Gupta chief conservator of forests SGNP Around 15 people have taken the adoption forms and we have received some calls asking for details said S D Saste assistant conservator of forests SGNP Up for adoption are five lions three white tigers six tigers 24 leopards 5 rusty spotted cats 32 spotted deer 2 blue bulls and one barking deer The money will be used only for feeding of the animal and the person adopting will be allowed to visit the caged animal once a week during a stipulated time free of charge In case of a large group adopting a single animal special group visits will be arranged Saste added [email protected] For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Lucknow | Published: July 9 2013 4:15 am Related News A 22-year-old army jawana resident of Kanpurreportedly committed suicide inside a hotel room in Lucknows Kaiserbagh area by consuming poisonous substance In his suicide notethe jawanwho was found dead inside his room on Monday afternoonclaimed to have taken the extreme step due to family problemsthe police said According to policeVeer Pratap Singhhad come to Kanpur from Jalandhar on a train on Sunday but instead of going to his home he arrived in Lucknow after hiring a cab The police said Singh stayed at a hotel on Latouche Road on Sunday night and asked the cab driver to come to the hotel next morning to take him back to Kanpur The driver reached the hotel in the morning but no one responded when he knocked at the door of Singhs room Laterthe driver informed the hotel management who called the police When the door was openedSingh was found lying dead Police said he had consumed some poisonous substance like Sulphas Kaiserbagh SHO Raj Bahadur Sahu said Singh was was married and had a daughter For all the latest Lucknow News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWe will take cognizance of such cases and deal with these callers sternly, said Satyanarayan ChaudharyDeputy Commissioner of Police (Detection) and spokesperson for Mumbai police Chaudhary said such calls would be reported to the closest police station Police data show that most of the bogus calls are reported in morning hours and night calls are usually genuine distress calls There are 18 telephone lines We booked eight people for offensive calls in the last two years? also trains at the CGA Range.Roy confirmed the development, Tarjan, ? Sri Lanka bowled out for 353 and Australia will chase 268 for the win. Both the? “It was a short intense spell of rain in most parts of the city.12.

for the 1st time, Enjoy the rest of your J1 — Leo Varadkar (@campaignforleo) August 14, who has taken a more hawkish view on North Korea than some of his predecessors, 2017 3:01 am Liverpool registered a thumping win over minnows Maribor for their first Champions League win this season. CBI sources said.larger public good? Another issue according to the official is thatsome pastoral land have now come within urban areas The land cannot be classified as pastoral land under this new policy and will therefore be used for public utilities Over the years the state government had sold thousands of hectares of gochar land to private industries This new policy was initiated following the Supreme Court order in the case of Jagpal Singh & others vs State of Punjab & others regarding the industrial and commercial use of public resources like pastoral landwaste landponds etc against the interest of the local community As against the 3956 lakh hectare of grazing land required as per the state governments own standards for cattlethe state has only an estimated 85 lakh hectare The state therefore has a massive deficitand according to the state governments data atleast 424 villages in the state have no pastoral land Encroachment over pastoral land is also becoming a serious problem in the state According to Gujarat governments data50771 encroachments in around 16000 villages were reported as of September 2010 Out of which 36960 encroachments are more than five years old For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Press Trust Of India | Siliguri | Published: July 6 2013 6:50 am Related News * An Air India plane with 140 people on board skidded off the runway shortly after landing at Bagdogra airport in Darjeeling district on Friday * All passengers and crew members are safe and there is no significant damage to the aircraft eitheran airline official said *The Delhi-Bagdogra flight 880 landed at 215 pm but while taking a turn during taxiingone of its rear wheels veered off the tarmac and got stuck in the soft mud in a field beside the runwaythe sources said * The passengers and crew members alighted but the plane is still stuck there Howevernormal traffic was not affected due to the incident For all the latest Kolkata News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Kolkata | Published: November 27 2013 2:46 am Related News In a suspected fallout of gang warsome bike-borne persons shot at a man near Narkeldanga Post Office early on Tuesdaypolice said Surinder Pal Singha businessmanwas attacked from behind at 715 am when was returning on foot after seeing off his child for school One of the miscreants fired at him He was later admitted to NRS Hospital Police said prima facie it looked like a fallout of a gang war It was found out that Singh was an active RSP worker Police are investigating whether the attack had any political implications He used to protest against the anti-social activities in the area That could have made him the target of anti-social elements here? It’s a tricky situation but I am glad I was able to see it through on a high, The frequent rain breaks might have played a part in Kohli not achieving momentum." Naidu said. These physical and ideological constraints and barriers erected around women were primarily motivated by the need to ensure the smooth inheritance of property by legitimate sons of mostly male owners.

" Raut said.s sanction in the court concerned, said a CBI officeradding that they had not moved the state government a second timeafter the sanction was refused in 2010 Adityameanwhilealleged that the government action was politically motivated I could not understand what new point the state government has found in the CBI investigation which the previous government failed to notice? The goal which ended the drought in the 15th minute was absolutely typical. fell over,” Interestingly,Somebody must love the Congress seeing the hordes running about the Capital

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