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Old January 16th, 2012, 11:04 AM   #321
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I see this hotel in a spanish TV program and I would like to see the facede also, do you have pictures???

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Old January 21st, 2012, 07:53 AM   #323
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Old February 17th, 2012, 08:59 PM   #324
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Huge step forward for Navi Mum airport
Feb 3, 2012, 06.55AM IS
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MUMBAI: In a huge boost to the Navi Mumbai airport project, the Bombay High Court on Thursday allowed the state to rectify a mistake that had virtually handed over 157 acres to a local family.

A division bench of Justice D K Deshmukh and Justice S B Deshmukh allowed the state to withdraw its statement in 2005 that the family was owner of the land in Ulwe village, Panvel. Further, in an interim order, the HC allowed Cidco to go ahead with the construction after an assurance that the land would be not be used for any commercial activity that was not connected to the airport.

"It is clear from the records that the land was in the possession of Cidco for a long time and is required for the construction of the new airport," observed the judges

The 157 acres had been claimed by Gangaram Bhiwalkar, arguing that the plot was given to his family as inam land (gift from rulers).

The state made a statement in 2005, conceding ownership of the land to the Bhiwalkars. Last year, Cidco dragged the state to court.

Senior advocate V A Thorat and advocate Ashutosh Kulkarni, counsels for Cidco, said though the land originally belonged to the Bhiwalkar family, the government had taken it over after Independence. In 1973, the government had handed over the land to Cidco to develop Navi Mumbai, the authority said.

The Bhiwalkars sought monetary compensation as well as alternative land admeasuring 12.5% of the Ulwe plot. Cidco's lawyers said providing 19 acres would cost them hundreds of crores.

Advocate-general Ravi Kadam said the state's 2005 statement was a mistake as the revenue and finance departments had not been consulted. "It cannot be definitely said that the owner of the land is the Bhiwalkar family or that the land vests with the state on the basis of mere statements," said the judges, while keeping the issue of ownership pending. The HC said if the Bhilwakars were able to establish ownership, the state could acquire the land and compensate the family.
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Old February 19th, 2012, 05:55 PM   #325
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Old February 19th, 2012, 06:17 PM   #326
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Monorail tries out city tracks
Feb 19, 2012, 03.51AM IST
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MUMBAI: Just after the monorail set forth for its first public trail run in the city on Saturday, the authorities declared their "fairer" decision.

Country head for Scomi International Kanesan Veluppillai said they had decided against gender discrimination when it came to recruitment. "If women want to join as drivers and they have the required qualifications, they will be taken in and trained," he said. "We will require a diploma in engineering for drivers as they will not only drive the monorail but also act as a troubleshooter who will take care of the train during emergencies." Scomi and L&T are the building and operating agencies of the monorail, which is being implemented and financed by the Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority (MMRDA).

Around 10am in the morning, the green monorail rake, which glided out of the depot for the much publicized trial run, sounded its shrill horn several times-just to announce its grand presence-before launching on the short trip. After it covered 2 km from Wadala depot to the Bhakti Park station, Veluppillai told reporters they had a few trained staff but would recruit more. "We expect to have more than 200 operations and maintenance staff," he said.

Internal test runs were being conducted over the last week, but this was the first one undertaken for the media. The monorail will have a network of several lines across the city; the first line will be from Chembur to Jacob Circle and the first phase of it, will cover 10 km from Chembur to Wadala.

According to top MMRDA officials, it could be another five to six months before commuters can take a ride on the monorail as it will have to undergo rigorous tests. Echoing them, Veluppillai said various systems like communication, signal, civil and safety arrangements were being examined. "First, an independent agency will have to certify the rakes on safety standards. Only when all the systems can run smoothly, will the trains be allowed for public use," he said. Even reporters were not allowed to go on board the monorail as a safety measure.

Driverless trains could be a reality Hi-tech driverless trains could become a reality on some monorail lines in the city in future.

Country head for Scomi International Kanesan Veluppillai said monorail projects, which were coming up in Brazil, would have seven-coach driversless rakes, which would be computer-controlled and not man-driven. "This could become a reality in Mumbai at a later stage," he said.

Places like Delhi and Chennai, which are keen on starting monorail, might go in for the driverless model, he added.
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Monorail in Mumbai: Jacob Circle run likely only in June next year
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Feb 22, 2012, 02.00AM IST

MUMBAI: While commuters can expect to ride the monorail between Chembur and Wadala in the next six to eight months, they will have to wait till June next year for the route to be extended to Jacob Circle. as it has several hurdles to be surmounted.

Work on extending the corridor up to Jacob Circle has slowed down owing to the relocation of a temple, said officials associated with the project. "We have been given the permission to shift the temple, but work has not started,'' said an official of the Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority (MMRDA), the implementing agency for the ambitious project. The project, said MMRDA officials, said will have to be given a new thrust for the civil work to be completed at the earliest.

The first monorail line was originally planned from Jacob Circle to Chembur via Wadala. However, work on the 20-km corridor was divided into two parts due to obstacles in the development of the route up to Jacob Circle.

The first part was the 10-km corridor between Chembur and Wadala and the second the route from Wadala to Jacob Circle. Work on the Wadala-Jacob Circle corridor had run into trouble as there were many closely-packed residential buildings. The presence of a few heritage sites and the Arthur Road jail also proved to be stumbling blocks.The monorail project is being financed and implemented by the MMRDA with L&T and Scomi of Malaysia being the builder and operator .

The next six months will see the construction of 105 metres of steel view cutters on the monorail route along Arthur Road Jail for security proposes. These cutters will block the view of the Arthur Road Jail .There will also a 15 metre tall watch tower to keep watch on the area.The view cutters and tower are expected to cost Rs 1.86 crores and will be ready in the next five months. The view cutters were advised by the jail authorities as it is a maximum security prison and was housing the terrorist Ajmal Kasab. The cutters will keep commuters from looking into the jail as they are 13 metres from the ground level.
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Old February 28th, 2012, 07:10 PM   #328
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BMC running behind time to fix city's major roads
Times of India
Feb 28, 2012, 07.03AM IST

Mumbaikars will have to once again endure nightmarishly bad roads this year, if the pace of the BMC's work to concretise and asphalt the city's 165 major roads is any indication. Though the deadline for the first phase of the Rs 550-crore project is Wednesday, much of the task remains unfinished. Ahead of a review meeting early next month, the civic body admitted that 10% to 15% of the work in the major roads project is running behind schedule.

"The overall deadline (for the project) is May 15, which may be extended by 15 days. About 10% to 15% of the work is running behind schedule. Specifically, around 57 roads targeted in the first phase have not been completed," admitted additional municipal commissioner Aseem Gupta, who is in charge of the Rs 550-crore project.

The civic body claimed there were "strong reasons" for the delay. "The civic machinery got busy with the election. Beyond this, we faced difficulties while dealing with the public. Utilities such as water pipelines in areas like Shivaji Nagar have been a major problem. Due to unresolved issues, we will have to drop the repair work in such areas," said Gupta.

Of the 165 major roads to be concretised and asphalted under the project, 38 fall in the island city, 75 in the western suburbs and 52 in the eastern suburbs. A senior roads department official from the eastern suburbs admitted that in these neighbourhoods 60% of the road work is yet to be completed. "The first phase deadline is primarily to get the traffic police's permissions, not to conclude the task. Besides, we cannot work on both lanes of roads together. At any point of time, work has to proceed on just one lane," claimed the official. Roads department officials in charge of the western suburbs claimed that in their areas the major road project is on track.

On the whole, in financial terms, the municipal corporation has till now utilized 33% of the funds allocated for the project. It was meant to use 40% of the funds in this financial year and the remaining in the coming financial year. "We are also looking at the progress made in the repair work through the financial allocation," argued Gupta.

Experts demanded that the corporation undertake a mid-term review. "There is no point in starting work on new roads," said NV Merani, chairman of the standing technical advisory committee. "The civic body should opt for a mid-term review. Work should not be abandoned in between."

The civic administration claimed that the major roads project has been hindered by encroachments and utilities. These impediments hold back efforts to widen roads, which, in turn, adversely affects resurfacing work.

The BMC may have to drop plans to resurface 10 roads in Shivaji Nagar due to illegal water connections. "Unless these connections are shifted to a new pipeline, we cannot carry out the road work. The public in Shivaji Nagar haven't been cooperating with us," said Gupta.

In parts of south Mumbai-Byculla, Grant Road and Kalbadevi-the hurdles in road-widening have been encroachments and old structures, the BMC claimed. For these issues to be addressed, it is imperative to first rehabilitate the project-affected people.

The Dharavi 90-Foot Road has around 604 commercial establishments whose owners the BMC needs to rehabilitate in order to widen the motorway. According to the 1991 Development Plan, the road is meant to be 90-feet-wide. Due to encroachments, however, the road's width at present is about 40 to 50 feet.

Similarly, there are around 80 structures and 127 hutments on Maulana Azad Road in Byculla, which the civic body plans to widen to 90 feet. Morlean Road, which is currently home to 167 shanties, has to be widened to 60 feet from the present 40 feet.

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One would have hoped last year's trenchant criticism of the state of Mumbai's roads during and after monsoon would have goaded the BMC into doing better this year. But the pace of work on the ground indicates Mumbaikars are staring at another pothole-ridden monsoon this year. Giving motorable roads round the year does not require rocket science; it needs a sense of responsibility and being sensitive to the citizen's basic needs. The apathy with which citizens' problems are treated by the BMC could be one of the major reasons behind the voter apathy seen during elections in Mumbai.
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Old March 4th, 2012, 06:03 AM   #329
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Old March 4th, 2012, 06:21 AM   #331
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CIDCO hid reserved forest land to get airport nod, says activist
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Mar 4, 2012, 05.50AM IST

NAVI MUMBAI: An environmentalist from the city has complained to the ministry of environment and forests that the proposed airport at Navi Mumbai received the environment clearance in 2010 as CIDCO, the nodal agency of the project, did not reveal to the authorities the presence of 130 hectares of reserved forest land in the area.

Besides, the distance between the airport and the Karnala bird sanctuary is less than the prescribed 10km, though while asking for the green nod, the officials had wrongly shown it to be more than 10km.

"It is a very serious matter that City and Industrial Development Corporation of Maharashtra Limited (Cidco) hid the fact about the reserved forest in the airport zone while obtaining the environment clearance. The green clearance should be revoked on this very point," said Debi Goenka of Conservation Action Trust. "Last month, I, along with senior Cidco officials, conducted a field survey of the airport land and found that its distance from the Karnala sanctuary boundary is 9.5km. An airport coming up this close to a bird sanctuary is dangerous, considering possibilities of bird-hits."

Following the find, he complained about it to Union environment secretary Tishya Chatterjee, asking the ministry to revoke the green clearance. "Cidco is spending around Rs 5,000 crore to flatten two hillocks, change the courses of two rivers, remove 400 acre mangroves and the now disclosed 130 hectares (around 321 acres) of reserved forests. It is wiser to shift the airport elsewhere than spend an insane amount to destroy nature," said Goenka.

A senior Cidco official, however, refuted Goenka's "findings", saying going by the calculation, the airport boundary was over 10 km from the bird sanctuary. He also said the reserved forest within the airport area, which environmentalists claimed was not revealed to MoEF while seeking clearance, was deforested and handed over to Cidco way back in 1972-73. "The forest land was bifurcated in 1915. The deforested portion was handed over to Cidco which is using it for the airport," said the Cidco official. However, TOI has gathered that state forest officials have prepared a draft that will be submitted to MoEF, stating the disputed green zone is indeed an earmarked reserved forest land, as shown in the revenue department records.

The Cidco official also added that Matheran and Elephanta did not lie in the landing or take-off path and the details had been submitted to MoEF. But Goenka maintained that Matheran was bound to become "very noisy" once the planes started landing and taking off from Navi Mumbai.

"The Wildlife Advisory Board will have to look into the plan, regarding the airport's proximity to the bird sanctuary. About the reserved forest, MoEF will have to take a call," said a state forest official.
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Awesome. Isn't the "egg in the middle" building already constructed?
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Women give monorail its colours
Mar 9, 2012, 06.01AM IST
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MUMBAI: The monorail, set to be inaugurated later this year, will add a splash of colour to the city's otherwise drab landscape with their brightly painted cabins. And Mumbai has to two women to thank for all this colour -additional commissioner of MMRDA Ashwini Bhide and K Vijaylaxmi, deputy chief of the transport planning department.

Talking to TOI, Bhide said, "We decided to put in place something which reflects the spirit of Mumbai, the different communities and the fact that this is the country's commercial capital. We chose hues like fluorescent green, sky blue and pink. The colours represent a certain youthfulness that is representative of the monorail, which is new to this country.''

Officials of the MMRDA, which financed the project, said the National Institute of Design in Ahmedabad was roped in to devise the colour scheme. The NID put their experts on the job and came out with a series of colour schemes which were painstakingly put together and discussed over a period of several months.

Bhide said they discussed the issue at length with the designers. They also discussed the regular steel colour which most monorails and metros sport across the globe. Finally, two designs were finalized the steel colours made way for something more colourful. "We had to take a decision on whether to be plain or colourful and we decided on the latter,'' the additional commissioner said.

Bhide further said that they are aware of the fact that many Indians chew paan and spit it out, staining the suburban trains cabins. "We are sure that the people who take the monorail will not spit out and discolour the bright colours.''
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Mumbai govt should act upon the advisory of union ministries on cellphone towers
Aug 12, 2012, 06.16PM IST
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MUMBAI: In an important advisory issued this week, the union environment ministry has stated that new cellphone towers should not be constructed within a radius of one kilometre of existing towers, in view of the electro magnetic radiation (EMR) threat they imbue. But more significantly it has advised local governments to undertake a review of existing towers and relocate or remove ones that pose a threat. It has also recommended an urgent refining of safe standards of exposure.

The guidelines follow the report of an expert committee which was set up to study the possible impact of communication towers on wildlife including birds and bees. "The review of the available scientific information by the Expert Committee in the report indicates that the EMR interfere with the biological systems," states the advisory.

India has an estimated four lakh cellphone towers currently and is likely to get another lakh by the year 2014. There have been many protests across cities over the unfeterred proliferation of cellphone towers, with some reaching local courts. In Mumbai for instance, some residents have recently formed a group, Indians for Safe Environment to protest against the radiation-related health hazards of these towers.

"Regular auditing and monitoring of EMR should be conducted in urban localities, ducational/hospital/industrial/residential/recreational premises and especially around the protected areas and ecologically sensitive areas," states the ministry's advisory, clearing adding that "problematic towers from an EMR point of view should be got suitably relocated or removed".

What is important now is that local governments pro-actively work upon the ministry's diktats and they don't fall into a vacuum. An inter-ministerial committee had for instance, in December advised that cellphone tower radiation be brought down to one-tenth its existing levels.
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