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The Land Acquisition Department of PMC has issued notices to owners to hand over the land to the PMC for development, said Zurmure The PMC has not set a deadline The PMC budgetary allocation for 2010-2011 is Rs 1 crorebut no planning for usage of funds has been done Anuj KharedirectorNature Walksaid?due to pollution.

the Executive Council of Jamia was chaired by Jung. there is a clear conflict of interest in the action of Jung in the capacity of the L-G while acquiring the said land…” the affidavit which is scheduled to come up for hearing on Tuesday stated The UP government also said the land was acquired by an award on June 27 and handed over to Jamia four days later in “undue haste” and without informing them although the matter remained pending before the SC for a decision on the title of the land and other aspects relating to acquisition and compensation “The colourable exercise of power in the acquisition proceeding of the disputed land by the Delhi government and the L-G is only with the malafide intention to provide undue benefits to Jamia due to the fact that the L-G is its erstwhile Vice-Chancellor” the affidavit stated It asserted that only the UP government was the competent authority to acquire or transfer the land which it owned since 1872 “There was no grave urgency for the acquisition to continue when the land is sub-judice before this court… the hasty act of the defendants smacks of malafide” the UP government alleged The UP government has also requested the SC to “stay the illegal proceeding initiated by defendant No1 to 3 (Delhi government the L-G and Urban Development Ministry) to safeguard the lawful rights of the plaintiff state over the suit land” For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Dipti Singh | Mumbai | Updated: July 12 2015 3:42 am The only issue with the survey was that the outreach was very limited and restricted Related News Educationists and activists have slammed the provisional statistics of the July 4 survey by the state education department which shows that 46713 children are currently out of school across the state Educationists have alleged that the department has under-reported statistics and say that the actual number of out of school children runs into lakhs They have also questioned the government’s plan to enrol these children in mainstream schools Education department officials said that the report is provisional as reports from some places in the state were yet tobe compiled and added to the final tally Share This Article Related Article While Mumbai stands first in the list with 18625 children reported as out of school Nashik has the second highest number of 10122 followed by Pune with 6123 children Amita Bhide professor and Chairperson of the Centre of Urban Planning Policy and Governance at the School of Habitat Studies Tata Institute of Social Sciences (TISS) said the only issue with the survey was that the outreach was very limited and restricted “The project will be effective if the government would have involved the the school management committees or local education committees who can actually interact with communities in the area These committees can play a vital in identifying out of school students and enrolling them to mainstream schools The formation of such committees is mandated in the RTE Act however in most places these committees still do not exist and in areas where they exist they are not strengthened” said Bhide According to activist Ghanshyam Sonar of the Campaign Against Commercialisation of Education (CACE) the initiative will not serve any purpose as the number of out of school children in the state is over 17 lakh “The state government has been claiming that the state has only 86000 out-of-school children in the age group of 6-14 years Now they have reported 46713 However Central government data revealed that at 17 lakh Maharashtra had one of the highest number of out-of-school children Hence the state government decided to hold a count” said Sonar He added that while at least 25 per cent of the 17 lakh children had never been to a school the remaining 75 per cent have attended school at some point of time or the other but had left due to the distance language barriers and other such reason Arundhati Chavan of Parents and Teachers Association United Forum said “It is likely that the number given are inaccurate as the state government entrusted the task of conducting to survey to teachers and government officials They should have asked NGOs and people working for out of school children to conduct the survey The intentions are good but there will be too many discrepancies” When contacted Mahavir Mane director of primary education department said “The NGOs may be right when they say that the reported number of out of school children is lower than it actually is however the list is still provisional and we will finish compiling the final list by next week Meanwhile the work of issuing Aadhaar cards to these children has already begin in some of the districts We have appealed to the locals to report any out of school children left out of the survey” [email protected] For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Press Trust of India | New Delhi | Published: March 7 2015 1:37 pm Top News A disabled rights activist was denied entry into an upscale bar and restaurant in south Delhi sparking condemnation from rights activists today Nipun Malhotra who was born with arthrogryposis a rare congenital disorder which leads to lack of muscles in arms and legs was denied entry to the restaurant last night Malhotra who is also co-founder of the Nipman Foundation was allegedly told by the security and the manager of the restaurant that he would not be allowed inside as he was disabled “Our friends had decided to go to Keya for dinner So nine of my friends five boys and three girls went to the restaurant One of my friends politely told the manager that one us would be coming on a wheelchair and that he should ensure that he reaches the table “The manager asked if the friend was injured or had a disability When my friend informed him that he has a disability the manager said that as a policy they do not allow disabled people inside” Malhotra claimed “When my friend told me about it I could not believe him and reached there with my brother The security there stopped us from going inside saying the hotel as a policy does not allow disabled inside and started pulling my wheelchair “I was shocked The manager then came out and to flip the argument said that we do not allow stag entires When I told him that already three of my male friends and many others were inside then how could he say that they do not allow stag entires” Malhotra said The restaurant said it was a case of misunderstanding “It is a clear case of misunderstanding Because of Holi were were getting a lot of drunk people at the gate As a precautionary measure we were restricting the number of boys inside” said General Manager Premjit Kumar “Nipun was accompanied by two more boys and allowing them inside would have increased the number of men So we just said that we are not allowing anymore stag entries” the manager claimed Javed Abidi Convener of the Disability Rights Group said those behind the incident should be punished “It is horrible without any doubt It defies the Disability Act of 1995 Infact the Act should not just be condemned but also severely punished” he said TMC leader Derek O’ Brien tweeted his email id to Malhotra asking for details and promised to raise the issue in Parliament next week Disability Rights activist Malvika Iyer said the incident highlights the need to launch a sensitisation drive about the rights of the disabled people “We talk about the rights of the disabled people about inclusion in education and employment sector But this incident clearly shows that societal attitude is the biggest barrier for disabled people “It indicates there is a need for massive sensitisation and we are glad that this incident is being talked about” she said For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Vadodara | Updated: March 9 2015 10:11 am The Jaina Jeevdaya trust has denied any negligence on its part (Express photo by Bhupendra Rana) Top News Just two days after the mass death of 41 cattle in Darjipura panjrapole in Vadodara 58 more cattle met the same fate in Sayajipura Panjrapole run by the same trust Jaina Jeevdaya Committee The trust has expressed shock at the deaths and decided to install CCTV cameras in the Panjrapole suspecting mischief On Sunday morning about 58 cattle fell one by one taking severely ill after consuming the fodder on Saturday evening Doctors and animal activists had rushed to the Panjrapole at 2 am on Sunday to revive the cattle While about 15 could be revived 58 others died The police who are investigating Friday’s mass death of 41 bovines in the Darjipura Panjrapole run by the same trust has ordered a probe into the second incident The Surat Forensic Science Laboratory (FSL) collected samples from inside the shed while the corpses have been sent for autopsy While officials of the health department said that the conditions of the animal shelters was poor as well as the quality of the fodder stored for a long period before feeding Health officials not willing to speculate ahead of the FSL report hinted at “nitric toxicity” as the reason for the death of the 99 cattle in the last two days – squarely blaming the trust for “bad management” A health official said “The condition of the shelter is very poor There is no appropriate schedule for feeding the cattle is what we have understood The fodder is stored for a very long time and simply fed to the cattle without testing the toxic levels of nitrate that fodder is known to develop over time The FSL report will point out the exact cause” Experts said that on the intervening night of Sunday during attempts to revive them the sick cattle showed signs of laboured breathing and diarrohea — both signs of toxicity The Jaina Jeevdaya trust however has denied any negligence on their part and expressed shock at the deaths Rajiv Shah Secretary of the Jaina Jeevdaya Committee told The Indian Express that members of the trust had decided to install CCTV cameras with immediate effect in both their panjrapoles not ruling out mischief by an ousted employee Shah said “We are deeply saddened by these two incidents We do not know what went wrong but we are suspecting mischief by an employee who we had a fall out with due to financial reasons and an FIR was registered against him We have informed the police about our suspicion” The trust believes that installation of CCTV cameras will help avert such tragedies in the future Shah admits that nitrate toxicity as suggested by experts could also be a reason “We have also learnt from experts that the fodder could have turned poisonous as the levels of nitrogen increase in the fodder over time We source the fodder from Karjan and it is usually kept in the tempo until it is fed” Shah said the two Panjrapoles had 700 cattle before the combined toll rose to 99 on Sunday “The cattle in the shelter is unproductive and frail Most villagers too abandon their cattle here in old age We take good care of them We have a full time veterinary doctor as well as two livestock inspectors who check on animals regularly” Shah said Normally cattle convert the nitrate in fodder into nitrite which then converts to ammonia and finally into protein in the rumen However experts say nitrate toxicity occurs when nitrite is abnormally collected in the fodder accumulates in the blood of the cattle reducing the oxygen and causing asphyxiation The corpses of the cattle will be buried after autopsy For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Top News In its affidavit in the Supreme Court, KKR pulled out of the bid and Carlos remained with? 2016 Of course, For all the latest World News, and the newly-formed council of Political Leadership of Kurdistan – Iraq, including Trinamool Congress, then expressed readiness to go along with Congress saying it is the largest party in the Opposition. 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