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Antiguo 24-10-2011, 02:32:13   #481
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Cleanliness, Illegal Parking and Encroachment

Hi folks,

Have been in CIty for last 3 days and enjoying every bit of it.
But being a patnite I'm disappointed too. After having spent Crores (A2Z infra) the state of Garbage management is still intact in city. To most extent Patrons are to be blamed but with a strict regulation this shouldn't have been a headache to manage.

Whole city (Except the stretched of Politician Colonies) is stinking with Garbage lying here and there, it looks like a Big Big Village,.

Half of the roads are occupied by illegal parking and encroachment by footpath sellers.

If government is really looking forward to make Patna a class city in India (Forget about World class for now), these are the parameters which should be given utmost importance now. I dont understand if it is really difficult to maintain the cleanliness with a budget of 1-1.5 crores every month
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BSTDC to promote tourism project in Sabbalpur Diara near Patna

Bihar State Tourism Development Corporation (BSTDC) has decided to project Sabbalpur Diara (riverine) tourism project in a big way. The riverine has the Ganga and Gandak rivers on its either side. Tourists from November 15, 2011 onwards will be able to enjoy camel rides, water sports activities and mouth-watering dishes at Sabbalpur Diara. The sandbar, situated a few kilometres from the banks of Ganga in Patna City, would be developed as a tourism hub under the aegis of Sabbalpur Diara Island River Project of BSTDC.

A senior official from BSTDC said that two temporary food courts at Sabbalpur Diara will be set up, which would be covered on three sides with a canopy on top. There will be two big and two small sitting lounges with capacities of 18 and eight people, respectively. These lounges would also be open canopy tents. Moreover, 12 eco-friendly river view benches would be provided to the visitors to enjoy the leisurely hangout at the riverine.

The BSTDC official said arrangements were being made to bring two to three camels at the diara. The diara would also be a one-stop destination for water sport enthusiasts. The water sport activities currently operating from Gandhi Ghat would be extended to Sabbalpur Diara. Thus, people would be able to avail speedboat and jet-skiing at the sandbar.

In addition, four water scooters would be made available there. The smooth operation of all the sport activities would be ensured with a floating jetty, which will be brought at the diara soon. Children would also be able to enjoy aqua-ball service at the riverine. Earlier, the tourism department had set up a temporary food plaza for the visitors at the Sabbalpur Diara in January this year.

Apart from giving a boost to the Sabbalpur Diara Island River Project, the tourism department has decided to organise cultural evenings in the state capital and Bodhgaya daily to promote Bihar’s folk culture. In the first stage, we are intending to organise daily cultural evenings at Golghar in Patna and Mayasarovar in Bodhgaya from November 15, the official said.

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New Kingfisher flight to Delhi from today

PATNA: Kingfisher Airlines will start a new Delhi-Ranchi-Patna-Delhi (IT-3341) flight from Sunday. It will originate from Delhi at 6.20am and reach Ranchi at 8.05am. It will arrive at Patna at 9.25am and depart at 10am to reach Delhi at 11.40am. Kingfisher's existing Delhi-Ranchi-Patna-Delhi (IT-3347) flight, which takes off from Delhi around 5.15pm has been rescheduled to operate one hour earlier. The flight, which would earlier arrive at Patna at 8pm, will now arrive here at 7.05pm.

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Antiguo 30-10-2011, 17:12:55   #484
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Railways to inaugurate new rail line during Chhath

PATNA: To provide relief to the people travelling to reach their destinations during the Chhath festivities, the railways have promised to start passenger traffic on the Katihar-Manihari BG rail line under Katihar division of Northeast Frontier Railway without further delay.

At the initiative of chief minister Nitish Kumar, railway minister Dinesh Trivedi said on Saturday that traffic on this rail line would be started during Chhath. Nitish rang up the railway minister and urged him to open the line for railway traffic to provide relief to the people of the region during this festival.

This rail line project was approved when Nitish was the railway minister. The CM told Trivedi that Katihar-Manihari line was ready and its safety inspection has been made by the commissioner of railway safety (CRS). Only its formal inauguration was awaited.

The opening of the line and beginning of railway traffic on it will be a boon for the people of that region who have been waiting for its inauguration. The railways converted the 27 km metre gauge (MG) into BG from Katihar to Manihari and after certification by the CRS, the goods trains were also run. However, the running of the passenger train got delayed for one reason or the other.

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25 acres acquired for Arabic, Persian varsity

PATNA: Maulana Mazharul Haq Arabic and Persian University's quest for a permanent roof continues though the varsity came into existence, albeit only on paper, years ago in late nineties.
Advertisements in local newspapers say the authorities are now looking for space on rent or lease. For, the university has been asked to vacate its current premises on Bailey Road. In fact, the university actually came into existence only when it shifted to its Bailey Road address in 2006 and was formally notified the same year.
"The Bailey Road bungalow along with four adjoining bungalows has to be dismantled to make space for an international museum," HRD minister P K Shahi said. He expressed the hope that the university will get its own campus within two years on the 25 acres of land the government would take possession of on November 4 at Shivala near Khagaul railway station.
For now, according to the ads, the university requires 15,000 sq ft built-up area with sufficient parking space and playground on Fraser Road/Boring Road/Bailey Road or at SK Puri or near Gandhi Maidan. Needless to say, it would be difficult to get such a huge space in these localities. Even if there is such a vacant space, it would be quite expensive. "The department is not in a position to pay high rent," Shahi said, betraying his unhappiness with the ad.
It was the government headed by Jagannath Mishra that announced the plan to open such a university in 1989. The university was, however, established with effect from 1998 under the provisions of Bihar State Universities Act and a VC appointed. Five VCs have been appointed since then.
Till 2007, not a single student was on its roll. It was only after Qamar Ahsan was appointed VC in 2008 that 786 students were enrolled and nine courses introduced. By 2010, the number of students swelled to 14,000 and the number of courses to 20. All the government madrassas were brought under this university.
The government approved 52 posts of teaching and non-teaching staff for the university last year. The posts include pro-VC, registrar, college inspector, finance officer, examination controller, account officer, university engineer, assistant engineer, two professors, ten readers and 30 lecturers. The government will spend Rs 2.2 crore annually on their salary.


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Antiguo 30-10-2011, 17:22:47   #486
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Railway study for bullet train - Pre-feasibility survey for Delhi-Patna high-speed corridor on the anvil

Patna, Oct. 29: Wish to fly on the tracks from New Delhi to Patna? The railways has begun laying the groundwork for a High Speed Rail (HSR) network linking the state to the national capital through a fast-track corridor on the lines of that in place in countries such as Japan, France, Germany and China.
Preparations are afoot for assessing the feasibility of an HSR corridor on the Patna-New Delhi route via Varanasi, Lucknow and Agra. Once operational, commuters would be able to cover the distance of a little over 1,000 kilometres in less than fours hours at a speed of 300kmph.
At present, the same distance takes around 12 hours to cover.
The per kilometre cost of constructing the HSR corridor is expected to be Rs 80 to Rs 100 crore. Sources said the fare of the HSR would be close to airfares on this route — around Rs 5,000 to Rs 6,000 per passenger.
The trains would be on the lines of France’s TGV and the Japanese Shinkansen. The TGV runs at approximately 325kmph while the Shinkansen — also known as the Bullet Train — travels at around 280kmph.
The railway ministry had submitted a project paper called “Indian Railways Vision 2020” to Parliament on December 18, 2009. “Vision 2020” envisaged the implementation of regional high-speed rail projects to provide services at 250-350kmph. Subsequently, a decision was taken to appoint a consultant to carry out a pre-feasibility study to evaluate the financial and technical feasibility of construction, maintenance and management of facilities on each of the six following HSR corridors, through public-private partnership (PPP):
n Delhi-Chandigarh-Amritsar
n Pune-Mumbai-Ahmedabad
n Hyderabad-Dornakal-Vijayawada-Chennai
n Howrah-Haldia
n Chennai-Bangalore-Coimbatore-Ernakulam
n Delhi-Agra-Lucknow-Varanasi-Patna
The pre-feasibility study for the Pune-Mumbai-Ahmedabad corridor is already completed and that for Delhi-Chandigarh-Amritsar is being finalised. The pre-feasibility studies conducted for the two corridors indicate that per kilometre cost of the project may work out to around Rs 80 to 100 crore, whereas that of laying a conventional track is Rs 5 crore per kilometre.
For the Patna-New Delhi corridor, IRCON International Limited (Ircon), an undertaking of the ministry of railways, was made the implementing agency for preparation of the pre-feasibility report. Later, Ircon awarded the consultancy contract, including pre-feasibility study for the HSR corridor, to the UK-based Mott Macdonald Group. Mott Macdonald has been involved in a number of high speed and other railway projects worldwide and has built over 3,000km of tracks in Egypt, US, China, Taiwan, Netherlands and the UK.
Under the agreement, Mott Macdonald is conducting the technical, financial and environmental pre-feasibility study for implementing the high-speed service from Delhi to Agra and Lucknow to Patna via Varanasi. Mott Macdonald submitted an inception report to the railway board in March.
The proposed New Delhi–Patna corridor passes through four major states — Delhi, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh and Bihar. The route starts from southwest Delhi, connecting Faridabad and Palwal in Haryana to meet Agra located on the western side of Uttar Pradesh through Mathura. It would further pass on to the eastern side of Uttar Pradesh to connect its capital Lucknow and Varanasi. From Varanasi, it enters Bihar connecting Ara to Patna.
The inception report outlined the concept of HSR, its global history and the scope and objectives of subsequent reports among other aspects. Subsequently, an interim report-1 was submitted in the last week of August. This suggested three alternative routes between the state and New Delhi and technical aspects of HSR with regard to the infrastructure, technology, base year passenger traffic etc.
Railway board officials also confirmed receiving interim report-2 from Mott Macdonald for the Patna-New Delhi HSR corridor in the first week of October. According to the officials, this report has zeroed in on the “straight line” route between the different cities to minimise the distance (around 1000km). Also, new and dedicated tracks that would be constructed for HSR would be free from conventional level crossings to avoid accidents. These would also be provided with proper fencing, or embankments would be constructed to prevent cattle and vehicles from straying on to the tracks. A stretch (1 to 1.25 per cent) of the entire corridor may also be underground.
Apart from railway officials, the respective state governments are also required to appoint their own nodal officers for the pre-feasibility study. Pratyay Amrit, the secretary in the state road construction department, is the nodal officer of the Bihar government for the Patna-New Delhi corridor.
“As of now, I have received only the inception report with respect to the pre-feasibility study being conducted by the railways. While the pre-feasibility report is going on, prima facie evidence suggests that the HSR corridor on the Patna-New Delhi route is quite feasible. The pre-feasibility report is supposed to be finalised by December this year,” said Amrit.


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Antiguo 01-11-2011, 16:34:01   #487
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Antiguo 01-11-2011, 21:33:25   #488
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Concrete jungle raj the bane of Bihar cities

If there is one sector that has profited the most from the good governance under the Nitish Kumar regime in Bihar, it is the real estate. In the past six years, the prices of land and flats have more than trebled in the state.

Patna now ranks among the fastest developing cities in the country, attracting investors of all hues. Many big brands, which refused to set up shop in the city earlier, are jostling with each other to make their presence felt. This has resulted in an unprecedented rise in the rates of commercial property.

There is also a phenomenal demand for residential flats in the state capital which has attracted renowned builders to launch their projects here. This has sky-rocketed the prices of land and flats in the city as well. Before Nitish Kumar came to power, the builders fought shy of constructing apartments beyond the municipal limits of the city. But now, townships are coming up by the dozen in the suburban areas around the state capital.

As of now, real estate prices in Patna are on par with any nonmetropolitan city in the country. But this has hardly brought about any change in the way multistorey apartments or high-rise shopping arcades are coming up in the city. There is still no effective mechanism in place for proper town planning in the state.

The state government has been trying hard to facilitate planned urban growth by framing by-laws but it is yet to rein in the haphazard development of the cities. This has rankled chief minister Nitish Kumar more than anybody else. He has now asked the urban development department to formulate building by- laws within a year to change the shape and look of all the towns and cities in the state in the next three years.

Nitish is worried that the cities are not being developed in an organised manner. He says that let alone the smaller towns, even the state capital is being developed in an unplanned manner. The chief minister states that everybody wants to own a house in Patna these days but he rues the fact that people are building their homes in ditches which are not connected by roads and lack power supply or other infrastructure necessary for developing a new locality.

Nitish, therefore, stresses the need for developing cities other than Patna in Bihar. He cites the example of Uttar Pradesh, saying that people do not buy property only in Lucknow. "This is because many other cities in that state have also been developed," he said. "The towns should develop in such a manner that they should have the basic infrastructure."

The state government has now launched ten different water supply and sewage projects worth Rs. 617.23 crore to cater to the need of the burgeoning population of Patna. But it will take long before these projects are completed.

The chief minister is also worried that a natural calamity like an earthquake can spell virtual doom in the city. He says that apartments have been built along the narrow lanes and the disaster management teams will find it difficult to reach there in the event of a catastrophe.

The government apparently cannot do anything about it. Most of these apartments had come up during the previous Rashtriya Janata Dal regime when nobody paid heed to proper urban development. But the Nitish regime, to truly live up to its promise of development, needs to effectively check the disorderly growth of cities across the state.

It can introduce master plans not only for the state capital but also for other big cities such as Muzaffarpur, Bhagalpur, Darbhanga and Purnia. It should bring about stringent laws to punish those who violate the laws with impunity.

The Bihar government needs to undertake proper planning to ensure the growth of not only Patna but all its towns and cities if it wants to prevent them from turning into hideous concrete jungles. Escalating real estate prices alone cannot be an indicator of a city's growth.

http://indiatoday.intoday.in/story/c.../1/158143.html

This is good nes if it goes through.
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Antiguo 09-11-2011, 08:20:40   #489
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72 more non-AC buses on city roads soon

PATNA: Bihar State Road Transport Corporation ( BSRTC) is all set to roll out 72 more non-AC 32-seater buses on the city roads.
The new buses would ply on eight new routes. Just as the 78 city buses already plying, the new buses would be equipped with GPS system, CCTV camera, fire extinguisher, emergency exit point and alarm buttons. Eight seats in each vehicle would be reserved for women while two seats each would be reserved for senior citizens and differently-abled passengers.
"We do not have any plan to launch more AC or women-special buses," a senior transport official said and added the women-special buses already launched would be run as normal buses as they could not get enough women passengers. AC buses would also be run as non-AC buses now that winter has arrived.
Tenders were floated for running more city buses on public-private partnership ( PPP) basis. "Now agreements with eight operators for 72 buses have been finalized," the official said.
All the buses currently being run in the city are operated by Eden Transport Private Limited. Of the proposed 72 buses, 44 would be operated by the Eden while the remaining 28 buses would be operated by seven other private operators.
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6 BUSES to run on
Gandhi Maidan-Fraser Road-Patna Jn-Chiraiyatand-Rajendra Nagar Terminal-Patna City Station- Patna City Chowk route
12 BUSES to run on
Gandhi Maidan- Exhibition Road- Station Road- Uma Cinema-Durga Temple (Buddha Murti)-Sahitya Sammelan (Nala Road)-Dinkar roundabout-Rajendra Nagar flyover-Doctors' Colony-Hanuman Nagar water tank route
12 BUSES to run on
Gandhi Maidan-Fraser Road-Dak Bungalow-Patna Junction-Shalimar Sweets-Panch Shiv Temple-Kankerbagh auto stand-Hanuman Nagar water tank route
12 BUSES to run on
Gandhi Maidan to Gandhi Maidan ring route via Fraser Road-Dak Bungalow-Planetarium- GPO roundabout-Patna Junction-GPO roundabout- R Block-Yarpur flyover-Gardhanibagh Hospital-Chitkohra Bridge-Anisabad-Beur Mor-Mithapur bus stand-Jakkanpur police station-Karbigahiya- Chiraiyatand-Exhibition Road-Gandhi Maidan
6 BUSES to run on
Gandhi Maidan-Fraser Road-Patna Junction- R Block-Income Tax roundabout-Bailey Road-Rajvanshi Nagar roundabout-DAV School-Bhattacharya Road-Patel Nagar-Baba Chowk route
6 BUSES to run on
Gandhi Maidan-Fraser Road-Patna Jn-R Block-Income Tax roundabout-Bailey Road-DAV School- AG colony-CDA Colony route
12 BUSES to run on
Kurji-Polytechnic Mor-Patliputra Colony-Patliputra roundabout-A N College-Boring Road crossing-Bailey Road-Income Tax roundabout-R Block-Patna Jn-Chiraiyatand-Kankerbagh Colony Mor-Shalimar Sweets-Viklang Bhawan-Doctor's Colony-Hanuman Nagar-Mangal Chowk route
6 BUSES to run on:
Gandhi Maidan-Fraser Road-Patna Jn-Chiraiyatand-Rajendra Nagar Terminal-Kumhrar crossing-Ambedkar roundabout-Gaighat route


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Thats great news, does anyone know who is the bus provider?
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... Delete. the news has already been posted.

I would also like to know the makes of the busses.

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Just checked I think it is Tata Marcopolo for City buses, not sure though.

This is the bus operated on Patna to Chapra to Siwan and Patna to Muzzafarpur routes
Source: Eden Transport Private Limited

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Expert help for zoo image makeover on the cards -
Central Zoo Authority returns Sanjay Gandhi Biological Park plan, recommends slew of changes


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Sanjay Gandhi Biological Park authorities will seek help from experts and use state-of-the-art technologies such as Geographic Information System (GIS)-based mapping for the zoo’s future development.

The zoo officials took this decision after Central Zoo Authority (CZA) returned the former’s 10-year master plan (for 2011-12 to 2020-21) for certain modifications.

Patna zoo director Abhay Kumar today told The Telegraph: “CZA has asked us to make some modifications in the master plan, called Vision Document of Patna Zoo. The new plan will be for 20 years from the date of its approval.”

While returning the vision document in the last week of September, CZA had emphasised on the need to improve the maps, enclosures, locations and collection of animals in the zoo. Abhay added: “CZA had disapproved master plans of many other zoos in the country as well.”

In the first week of August, Patna zoo authorities had submitted a draft of the 10-year master plan to CZA for its approval.

The plan had earmarked Rs 29.58 crore for the proposed development of the zoo. According to norms, every zoo has to have its master plan for development either for 10 or 20 years. The plan for Patna zoo expired in the last fiscal.

“CZA has recommended us to make segregated maps for visitors’ movements, drainage system, water and electricity supply networks, locations of enclosures and other aspects inside the zoo. We have also been asked to show the future proposals in the existing maps only. CZA wants to visualise the broader picture of the zoo’s future developments,” Abhay said.

Patna zoo authorities have also been asked to change the location of the toy train. “The tracks of the toy train are on the rear sides of the animal enclosures. Ideally, these tracks should be on the front side of the enclosures. CZA has recommended the alteration in the alignment of the toy train.”

CZA has also asked the zoo to finalise its animal collection plan. “We have been asked to finalise the projected animal population in the zoo as part of the vision document. This means the number of species and animals belonging to each specie for the target period has to be fixed. The emphasis is on better facilities for the animals and not their number,” Abhay said.

CZA has suggested certain changes at the gate number-1 of Patna zoo.

“At present, hyena enclosures are the first thing that visitors get to see once they enter the zoo through gate number-1. CZA wants some attractive animals near the entrance. This will give them a better first impression of the zoo,” the director said.

He added that CZA has appreciated several aspects of the existing master plan for the zoo, including separate ranges for rhinos, tigers and lions.

Keeping the CZA’s suggestions in mind, Abhay said, the next master plan for the zoo would be made with assistance from experts and by using new-age technologies such as GIS-based mapping.
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hmmm the busses are quite good, in a way. If its a marcopolo in the city, then i think thats quite good news TBH.

BTW if anyone wants to know these are the new AC ring route busses introduced some time ago:



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@azzi282 : these are another new fleet of buses. The old 70 buses are still running.

@ World8115 : Most of these buses are operated by Eden services. but some will be operated by some private owners.
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All buses are TATA marcopolo buses used for city service. Now Patna has around 150 city buses running daily.

The AC buses service has been stopped due to passenger crisis. this is winter season so less passengers are using AC service. These buses are operating as normal buses without switching AC and charging normal fare.
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Thanks for the clarification donadarsh and azzi. Is the pic posted by me for city service or long routes? And as they are private operators is the fare too high for non-AC?
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@world8115 : The pic you posted that was for city service. 8 AC city buses were operating but now those have been running as normal buses and charging normal fare.

Hope they will start running by march as AC buses.
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Indigo starting another Flight to Delhi

Indigo is launching another evening flight between Delhi - Patna - Delhi sector. The service is available 6 days a week except Tuesday.

Service will start from December 1, 2011.

Schedule :
Delhi 6.25 PM - Patna 8.00 PM
Patna 8.30 PM - Delhi 10.10 PM
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@world8115 : The pic you posted that was for city service. 8 AC city buses were operating but now those have been running as normal buses and charging normal fare.

Hope they will start running by march as AC buses.
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