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Old March 3rd, 2015, 10:15 AM   #421
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Gadkari blamed for Butibori housing scam

Tuesday, March 03, 2015
By Santia Dudi

RTI activist and Aam Aadmi Party member Jammu Anand has held the senior BJP leader responsible for the scam and also claimed to have documents and other evidence to prove his allegation

At a press conference organised on Monday, RTI activist and AAP member Jammu Anand made revelations about a housing scam which took place at Butibori, Nagpur.

Anand told the media, "Indorama Workers Cooperative Housing Society asked for a piece of land from the MIDC for affordable housing of for industrial workers. MIDC leased out the land for 95 years to the housing society. The construction took place in two phases. On the completion of the second phase, it was inaugurated by the then BJP national president Nitin Gadkari, who called the housing project unique and said that it should be implemented as Butibori model at other places too. The inauguration took place of January 15, 2013, and within next six months with the first rain of the year, all the 270 houses started leaking. When approached by a few workers, we started to collect information about the housing society from various departments through RTI application and we got to know surprising facts. The first thing was that the land which was leased out by MIDC to Indorama Society was first demanded by a housing company named Antodayay Gharkol Yojna Pvt Ltd, which was owned by Nitin Gadkari. MIDC rejected the demand by stating that the land can't be given to a company but it can be given to a workers' society. After this the Indorama Society was formed, Nitin Gadkari and current CM Devendra Fadnavis were the advisors of the workers' society and the land was finally leased out to the society. The initial cost per house was said to be 1.10 lakh to 1.20 lakh. But the cost escalated to four times the said cost later."

Anand further added, "Through RTI application sent to MIDC we came to know that the society failed to obtain the Building Completion Certificate (BCC) from MIDC. And the reason specified by MIDC was that the construction was not done as per the sanctioned map. Also MIDC directed the society not to go for the inauguration as it didn't have the BCC."

Talking about other revelations Anand said, "The society collected 27 lakh for water connection but deposited only Rs.5 lakh to the MIDC. Rs.92 lakh were collected for service charges and VAT but we found out that the society was not even registered at any of these departments leaving aside the depositing of the money. Also Rs.2.5 crore were spent from the MLA and MP funds. The workers were channelised to Nagpur Nagrik Sahkari Bank for home loans despite the interest rate being higher than the national banks. A total amount of Rs 8,04,38,000 was given as loan. The bank also overlooked the fact that the construction was not as not as per the sanctioned map and gave the second installment to the workers. The address of the society is also in the name of Nitin Gadkari. We filed a police complaint with Butibori police station but no action was taken. We also approached the Anti Corruption Bureau and don't know what the development is? Now we are approaching the CM and will ask him to look into the matter. Though he himself was one of the advisors of the society we still expect him to fulfil his constitutional duties and do the needful. Nitin Gadkari is the one who is responsible for it and he got huge benefits from the scam."

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CNBC Awaaz hosted a show on Nagpur the other day titled "Future City of India". Overall it was a good 3 hour programme and worth a watch, although the issues discussed are very well documented. After a long time Nagpur is back in news as a city of great potential and this is certainly a refreshing change!

Here is the link to the panel discussion,
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Pravin Darade's Interview
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Old August 19th, 2015, 10:41 AM   #423
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Nagpur favoured for filling govt job vacancies; Konkan and Pune ignored

Nagpur favoured for filling govt job vacancies; Konkan and Pune ignored

Wednesday, August 19, 2015
By Philip Varghese

“Every Chief Minister tries to develop his home district, the current CM Devendra Fadnavis is no different, due to the favoritism the CM's Nagpur district is receiving full priority for filling up the govt vacancies though it is way down in the list requiring attention,” said RTI activist Anil Galgali who had recently filed a query with the state government seeking information about the GR issued on filling up the government vacancies for various posts either through direct recruitment or through promotions in the region wise rotation for recruitment.

According to Galgali, Amravati, Konkan, Pune and Nashik are way above in the list requiring attention as the vacancies are higher in these areas. “The CM has now finalised the priority of Nagpur, Amravati, Aurangabad and Nashik in cyclical order to fill up the pending vacancies through direct recruitment or promotions to the posts. This information has been provided by the govt to me. In this cyclical process the regions of Konkan and Pune have been given a short shrift.”

Galgali, had filed a query with the state government seeking information about the GR issued on filling up the vacancies for various posts either through direct recruitment or through promotions in the region wise rotation for recruitment. The General Administration Department (GAD) Under Secretary and Public information officer A K Gagare informed Galgali that, the government on April 28, 2015 issued a GR for filling up vacancies in the revenue dept for Group A and Group B of gazetted and non gazetted officers through direct recruitment or through promotions.“Prior to the notification, the CM on March 3, 2015 issued order in super session of the Divisional Cadre structure and Divisional Cadre allotment for direct appointment by nomination to the posts of Group A and Group B Gazzetted and Non Gazzetted of Government of Maharashtra rules 2010, in which the vacancies in the end of year 2014 all over state was 13.79 per cent, with Amravati division being the highest at 16.61 per cent, followed by Konkan division at 15.3 per cent, Pune division at 14.18 per cent, Nashik at 13.18 per cent, Nagpur at 12.26 per cent, and Aurangabad division at 11.14 per cent. In view of the situation the CM issued priority for Nagpur division and issued orders for filling up the vacancies in the rotational order of Nagpur, Amravati, Aurangabad, Nashik totally overlooking the need of Konkan and Pune divisions. Also in the order leaving apart category of widows and abandoned women, the women recruitment has also been ignored. After widespread criticism of the GR, the Chief Secretary Swadheen Kshatriya had called for a meeting on May 21, 2015, inviting office bearers of 11 different unions.”

He further added, “Recruitment through direct nomination and promotions rules of 08/06/2010 was cancelled and the new rules were approved by the cabinet in 09/04/2015, but the approval of the law dept was taken much later. There after the government further modified it's order in the cabinet meeting held on 16/06/2015, in which the postings of spouses in the same place, persons with three years pending for retirement was left out, and the implementation of the order for police and sales tax dept was stayed for one year.”

Galgali questioned the motive of CM Devendra Fadnavis on according priority to some divisions when there is widespread vacancies all over the state. “Also the priority should be given to areas where there are higher percentage of vacancies in a simple understanding policy, giving priority for Nagpur over Konkan and Pune divisions where the ratio of vacancy is higher than Nagpur amounts to Injustice towards konkan and Pune divisions. A letter address to CM and CS, I have demanded to apply equal Justice to all division.”

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The vacancies at the end of year 2014 all over the state was 1,30,251 out of 9,44,713 in six divisions with Konkan division being the highest at 32,703. There was 8,14,462 staff working throughout the six divisions. Other vacancies are: 27,040 in Pune, 18,400 in Amaravati, 18,300 in Nashik,18,256 in Aurangabad and 15,552 in Nagpur division.

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Grave injustice but a glimmer of hope

That blatant injustice was being heaped on Vidarbha right from 1960 when this region was forced to be part of Maharashtra. It is now clear that youth of Vidarbha were deliberately denied their proportionate share of employment through Maharashtra Public Service Commission. While they were entitled to 25% of jobs filled through MPSC, they got a paltry 9.87%. In stark contrast, those from Pune region division hogged 50.49%. Marathwada fared better with share of 23.20% of government vacancies filled in four years between 2010 and 2014. Recruitment to posts like deputy collectors, police officers up to DSP, ACP and assistant sales tax commissioner are done through MPSC. This injustice could be happening right from 1960 as it was in Nagpur Pact (1953) that an assurance of 25% jobs to Vidarbha youth was solemnly agreed.
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Old August 19th, 2015, 01:42 PM   #425
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Report of Fact Finding Team on Vidharbha
Regional Disparities and Rural Distress in Maharashtra with particular reference to Vidarbha
Government of India Planning Commission
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‘GST to benefit Nagpur due to central location’

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If Chartered Accountants (CAs) are to be believed, the city will be hugely benefited by the Goods and Services Tax (GST) regime. "To avoid unnecessary logistics costs, companies will be bound to set up manufacturing plants around the city because of its central location," said chartered accountant Aniruddha Ghude. "Earlier, plants were set up at places where the companies had to pay less taxes," he pointed out.

Ghude was speaking on Saturday at the 'In-Circle meet up' on the topic 'Life of start-ups and businesses after GST', organized by Lemon Ideas. The open discussion platform included two CAs — Ghude and Aman Jain, Lemon Ideas director Deepak Menaria, while the others were entrepreneurs and students.

GST is an upcoming system of taxation in India which will merge many individually applied taxes into a single tax. It is likely to come into force from July.

Agreeing with Ghude, Jain said, "With GST, every process will become centralized and will speak of uniformity, breaking the state boundaries. There will be no multiple VAT for states. One registration under GST will be applicable throughout the country."

Jain said, "For someone who wants to import, Nagpur will be the ideal location to cover the entire country. There will a straight 20% reduction in logistics cost and 5% profit margin."

He added, "With the Cargo Hub and Metro Rail being set up in the city, this will all be taken to a new level."

Entrepreneur Amarjyot Singh said, "The uniformity that's coming with GST was a much needed thing. It will definitely bring ease in doing business. GST will unite India removing restrictions on inter-state movement of goods."

Clearing the concept of candidates, Ghude said, "An organization which has a turnover above Rs20 lakh will have to register for GST and pay the tax." Shedding light on the other side of the story, Menaria said, "However, if post registration, the organization's turnover comes down below Rs20 lakh, the organization will still have to pay GST."

Candidates also had doubts if the proposed GST could safeguard MRP, since these days various companies print huge MRP on product and then give huge discounts, misleading the consumers.

Commenting on it, Jain said, "The proposed GST will be calculated on the product's MRP. If companies need to pay tax on MRP, they may write fair price."

Ghude furthe said, "There will be no major benefits for start-ups. However, GST will give a boost to e-commerce industry as a whole. Considering that a major chunk of start-ups deal in e-commerce, starts-up will be benefited."

Currently, Maharashtra doesn't charge VAT on medicines and equipment related to cancer and kidney diseases. State finance minister Sudhir Mungantiwar had submitted a proposal to the central government to exempt these set of medicines under GST regime. Talking to TOI, Ghude commented, "It's a great proposal. But if the centre agrees to give the exemption to only Maharashtra, it will lose its core agenda of unifying the country through GST. So, if at all the medicines have to be exempted from GST, it should be uniform for every state."
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Nagpur set to grow as the largest logistics hub in India

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Nagpur, tagged as the centre point of the nation could soon become the epicenter of giant logistics arena. The country’s biggest shipping companies including Container Corp. of India Ltd., Mahindra Logistics Ltd. and Transport Corp. of India Ltd. are all setting up facilities in Nagpur, along with U.S.-based Deere & Co.

The city known as zero mile in India is located at the crossroads of busy road and rail corridors that bisect India east to west and north to south. Now, India is on the cusp of a sweeping tax overhaul that could turn the city of 2.4 million people into one of the nation’s biggest logistics hubs.

On the ‘hotbed’ of raging growth!

Known for its oranges, tiger sanctuaries, and 45-degree Celsius (108 Fahrenheit) summer heat, Nagpur has seen a groundswell of investment from retailers and warehouse companies betting that the debut of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s national goods-and-service tax on July 1 will transform the city’s fortunes.

The new tax will replace layers of provincial levies and unify India’s 29 states into a single market. Transport Minister Nitin Gadkari said it could push economic growth into double digits by eliminating shipping delays across state borders and cutting corruption.

“There will be no need for border controls,” Gadkari said in a May 10 interview in his home in New Delhi.

GST can push the envelope

While the new GST won’t solve many structural problems of India’s transport network, it could trim logistics costs of companies producing non-bulk goods by as much as 20 percent, according to an estimate by Crisil Ltd., a Mumbai-based unit of S&P Global Inc. That makes Nagpur on the vast Deccan plateau attractive as a central store for goods. Some 800 kilometers from either the Bay of Bengal to the east or the Arabian Sea to the west, and more than 1,000 kilometers from either Delhi to the north, or Chennai to the south, Nagpur has been at the center of the country’s trade routes for centuries.

Provincial taxes play hurdle

Nearby coal reserves have long fueled power stations and industries helping make it the country’s 13-largest metropolitan economy. But a tangle of provincial taxes to move goods across states have hampered its role as a centralized base for goods.

Its about cost saving!

“The cost to move goods from port to the Mediterranean and China is cheaper than it is to move goods from here to port,” said Sanjay Sharma, chief executive officer of Nagpur operations for Distribution Logistics Infrastructure Pvt. The former ship captain, 48, who used to steer vessels through the cool waters of Canada’s Great Lakes, now oversees the ramp up of a new logistics park in the sweltering, landlocked city.

Strong political roots!

It isn’t just an accident of geography that puts the city in a sweet spot. Nagpur is home to Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh, the ideological parent of Modi’s ruling Bharatiya Janata Party. Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis is from Nagpur. Transport Minister Gadkari, who was elected from Nagpur, has said he is a member of the RSS, while Modi once worked for the organization, whose 57,000 branches across India provided grassroots support for his election.

With political clout comes development.

Construction works are busy across Nagpur, including a $1.3 billion metro. A joint venture water project by Vishvaraj Infrastructure Ltd. and Veolia Water SA of France would make Nagpur the first city in India to provide all residents, even slum-dwellers, with a continuous supply of clean water. And the city’s vendors of clothes, spices and famous Nagpur oranges will get a new wholesale market built by Vishvaraj.

“Political will is essential for change,” said Arun Lakhani, chairman of Vishvaraj, sitting in his office as workers lay cable in the street outside. “With the GST and the free movement of goods, the very disadvantage of being at the center will be translated into a real economic advantage.”

The change has been a long time coming for a city that has spent decades in the shadow of Maharashtra state’s premier economic center: Mumbai.

As early as 2002, the state conceived a special economic zone around a new airport, called the Multi-modal International Cargo Hub and Airport at Nagpur. Known as Mihan, it has already drawn some of the nation’s top technology firms, including TataConsultancy Services Ltd. and InfosysLtd.

But controversies over land acquisition and delays mean the airport has yet to be expanded, while a recent visit to the rail connection showed only a handful of workers carrying stones in baskets on their heads in the time-honored way.

Pirojshaw Sarkari, CEO of Mahindra Logistics, says Mihan needs to be fast-tracked, shipping clearances need to be put under one government department and electricity prices should fall.

And DLI’s Sharma says there are other problems GST won’t fix, including power and rail staff shortages, especially in the summer.

Rail freight remains at the mercy of India’s overcrowded rail network, where a trip from Mumbai to Nagpur can take 72 hours when it should take 18, according to DLI’s Sharma. Freight trains clank around the nation’s more than 66,000 kilometers of lines at an average speed of 24 kilometers per hour (15 mph). And despite huge improvements in the past two decades, the government is still spending billions to upgrade the world’s second-biggest road network.

Even with the new tax, trucks may still face delays at state borders due to the need to monitor details of shipments. A system of electronic scanners is supposed to speed up the process, but with the GST deadline looming, Gadkari said the tendering process would only be completed “within a month.” For Nagpur, though, the GST is a step in the right direction.

In a warehouse the size of seven football fields run by Mumbai-based supply-chain company Future Group, CEO Kishore Biyani shows businessmen a 2.5-kilometer spiraling conveyor belt that sorts packages of Lee Cooper and other clothing brands into 40,000 cases per day.
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NMC, NIT to issue eco nods for infra projects

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• Infrastructure projects, including residential flat schemes and commercial complexes, to get environment clearance (EC) easily and fast

• NMC and NIT to issue EC for infrastructure projects up to 1.50 lakh sq m, which will cover almost all projects in city

• Also authorized to give approvals to their own projects, raising doubts about conflict of interest in many projects

• NIT - already established a six-member environment cell for issuing EC

• NMC - proposed its own cell of six members for EC

• NMC and NIT required to take a decision on EC within 30 days
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if any one can explain in plain layman terms what exactly is TOD it would be helpful in understanding the article.
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Recently visited India and Nagpur...

Other then Metro, all other things are not moving at all. Empress mall and residential buildings are gloomy as ever.. same story for various other malls and big Bazar shops.

NCI (national cancer Institute) construction is on war footing.

The outer ring road from Wardha Road to Ameravati has been in really bad shape... now they are started converting it into 4/6 lane cement road which is still couple of years away.

the north side of outer ring road is rumored to have started construction with boulders and gitti in place

Metro is said to have taken over Ram Jhula-2 and is progressing fast.

NMC has taken drive to convert all roads in nagpur to cement roads it seems as they have dug up even small roads in itwari, most of roads running parallel to Central Avenue too. Made life hell for commuters and specially residents of these quite roads due to cement road being elevated then the house and causing flood.

sorry no pics as there wan't anything worth taking picture of
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Don't count on Empress City/Mall to check pace of work happening. That place has been badly planned since beginning.

Had it not been for Fadnavis and Gadkari, Nagpur wouldn't have seen any other work as well, forget metro.

I feel excited about all work going on in Mihan (HCL, Infosys, Patanjali) and other planned investments.
Metro pace is unbelievable! They are planning to start commercial operations on a part this November itself!

Also you can see ORR northern side construction in satellite images on terraserver.
Then there are multiple flyovers u/c in sadar and eastern nagpur.

There is progress and I am happy about it
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In transit-oriented developement (TOD), a public transport system and area surrounding it are developed together to contain residences, offices, shopping areas, etc. to reduce commute times and walkability and to increase ridership. This also reduces burden on roads as the number of private vehicles is reduced. A prime example of this in India is Seawoods station in Navi Mumbai.

In Nagpur, the area surrounding the metro line (up to 500m from the centerline of the metro line) will get additional FSI (up to 4, depending on road width) to create such residences, offices, etc. Plus, the Zero Mile station and Sitabuldi Interchange station will be highrise buildings, with offices and shops on the upper storeys. The MIHAN and Hingna depots will have townships, developed by Mahametro itself.

The above article describes some problems local builders and architects had with the current FSI policy and the willingness of the State government to accommodate changes after discussions with the locals. Some of the problems include no projections (no balconies) allowed, which is insane for a climate like Nagpur; and mix-use developement (residential buildings with commercial area on the bottom storeys) on small road-width plots causing traffic woes.
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Nagpur and China’s Jinan are now sister cities. Jinan is the capital of Handong province in Eastern China.

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Tata Trusts to start pathology lab for NMC’s health centres from Aug 13

Nagpur: In a big boost to primary health care and Nagpur Municipal Corporation’s (NMC) Urban Primary Health Centres (UPHC), Tata Trusts is all set to start operation of its state-of-the-art centralized pathology laboratory from August 13. The laboratory will be exclusively for the civic body’s UPHCs, which are also being developed in association with Tata Trusts.
A NMC official told TOI Tata Trusts will facilitate 21 types of tests at very low prices. “The laboratory has been developed at NMC’s Sadar Diagnostic Centre. It is fully equipped with high-end haematology and biochemistry analysers. Tests for pregnant women, subject to prescription from UPHCs, will be free of cost,” he said.

The laboratory is part of the Model UPHC Project being implemented jointly by NMC and Tata Trusts. Under the same project, NMC, in association with Tata Trusts, is developing 26 UPHCs. Already, work on eight UPHCs has been completed and they have been opened for public.

The NMC official added nine more UPHCs will become operation within the next two months, followed by the remaining eight by December-end. “NMC is developing the UPHCs under the central government’s National Urban Health Mission (NUHM). The centres have been developed as per guidelines of Tata Trusts. Also, modern facilities like computers, machinery and training to staff is also being given by Tata Trusts,” he said.


Technicians at UPHCs will collect blood samples. The team of Tata Trusts will collect samples and test them at the centralized laboratory. Then Tata Trusts will send reports through email. Also, patients can collect reports from the laboratory.

Tata Trusts has developed the laboratory at its own cost. Tata Trusts will also operate and maintain the laboratory for three years at its own cost. NMC and Tata Trusts will open an escrow account to collect fees from patients at the UPHCs. NMC and Tata Trusts will share this amount equally. Tata Trusts will spend its revenue on operations and further development of the laboratory.

Mayor Nanda Jichkar will on Tuesday visit the eight new UPHCs. She will also inaugurate the laboratory on August 13.

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नागपूर : डॉ. बाबासाहेब आंबेडकर आंतरराष्ट्रीय विमानतळावरून १ नोव्हेंबरपासून इंडिगो एअरलाईन्सची चेन्नईमार्गे नागपूर-कोची विमानसेवा सुरू होणार आहे. ही सेवा दररोज सुरू राहील.
६ ई-३१४ हे विमान नागपुरातून १६.५५ वाजता रवाना होऊन १८.४० वाजता चेन्नईला पोहचेल. हेच विमान चेन्नईहून कोचीला २०.२५ वाजता पोहचेल. चेन्नईमार्गे कोची-नागपूर हे ६ ई ३०५ क्रमांकाचे विमान १२.१५ वाजता कोची येथून रवाना होऊन १४.१० वाजता चेन्नईला पोहोचणार आहे. हे विमान चेन्नईहून १५.५५ वाजता नागपुरात पोहचेल.
इंडिगोच्या नवीन उड्डाणासंदर्भात लोकमतने ३ आॅगस्टच्या अंकात बातमी प्रकाशित केली होती, हे उल्लेखनीय. त्यात नागपूर-चेन्नई विमानसेवेचा उल्लेख केला होता. या उड्डाणासाठी इंडिगो एअरलाईन्स एअरबस-३२० या विमानाची सेवा देणार आहे. या विमानात प्रवासी क्षमता १८० सीटची आहे. हिवाळी शेड्यूलमध्ये एअरलाईन्स कनेक्टिव्हिटी वाढविण्यासाठी भर देऊ शकते, असे सूत्रांनी सांगितले.

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