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Old March 15th, 2012, 07:25 AM   #121
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Finally, Nagpur-Wardha third line gets green signal

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As speculated, the railway budget presented by railway minister Dinesh Trivedi on Wednesday has not much to offer to the Orange City. The only silver lining for the city is the sanction of Rs 300 crore third line between Nagpur and Wardha and a new Nagpur-Secundrabad train despite the financial constraints.

The third railway line has fulfilled the long-pending demand of the region. Central Railway divisional railway manager (DRM) Brijesh Dixit said third line was the need of the hour as Nagpur connects north-east-south-west corridor causing tremendous congestion.

"We are already overusing our line capacity which has gone up to 140%. The third line will ease congestion and we will be able to operate more number of trains now. It's a big achievement for Nagpurians," Dixit said.

Dixit said he was happy as Nagpur could get a new train to Secundrabad besides other trains passing through the city. "Electrification and doubling of Amla-Chhindwara rail link will boost freight and passenger traffic," he added. The budget has also cleared doubling of Amla-Chhindwara rail line.

Dixit said the focus of the budget was on resource mobilisation. If the entire Rs 60,000 plan outlay is materialised, the region will get a big boost for ongoing works. An amount of Rs 22.50 lakh has been granted for Ajni electric loco shed for capacity augmentation.

However, of the host of demands from various bodies and leaders for new trains, extensions and frequencies, Nagpur could manage to get only a tri-weekly Nagpur-Secundrabad train and two passing trains - Malda-Surat (weekly) and Secundrabad-Darbhanga (bi-weekly).

Railway officials said passenger traffic to twin cities of Hyderabad and Secundrabad is increasing and many private buses operate from Nagpur to these cities. Passengers will now benefit in a big way with the new train.

On the contrary, being President Pratibha Patil's home town, Amravati got prominence with a new biweekly train to Pune, besides some trains like Indore-Yashwantpur and Jaipur-Secundrabad passing by the city. Both these trains will bypass Nagpur and travel through new Narkhed-Amravati rail line.

The demand from rail users' body and passengers for a new train between Nagpur and Delhi has been apparently turned down. Besides, the demand to extend trains like Amravati-Jabalpur Express till Allahabad, Nagpur-Indore Express to Udaipur, Nagpur-Bilaspur Shivnath Express to Howrah and augment Nagpur-Amravati Intercity Express, has been ignored. However, frequency of Raigarh-Gondia Janshatabdi Express has been increased from the present four to six days.

There was strong demand to give stoppages to several trains at Ajni. However, Trivedi made it clear that more stoppages to trains were not feasible as it delayed trains.

On the infrastructural front, the already announced broadening of Nagpur-Nagbhid narrow gauge project and link between Ballarshah and Surjagad project has been referred to the Planning Commission.

The budget states that doubling of Nagpur-Kalamna railway line is on the verge of completion. However, the South East Central Railway (SECR) in Nagpur seems to have misled the railways. The Rs 21-crore Nagpur-Kalamna 6.5-km double line was sanctioned in 2008, but work on it is yet to begin owing to encroachments.

Passengers, who got relief from fare hike for the last eight years, will now have to shell out more with the increase in fares for all classes.

Place Sleeper AC-I AC-II AC-III

Mumbai 323/365 1945/2197 1169/1295 852/936

Delhi 371/426 2269/2599 1348/1513 988/1098

Chennai 371/426 2269/2599 1348/1513 988/1098

Howrah 379/436 2322/2564 1378/1549 1010/1124

Pune 336/381 2038/2308 1199/1334 881/971

(The fares are from Nagpur and include surcharge and other charges)
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Rail Budget: Most support hike in fares, slam neglect of Vidarbha

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The railway budget 2012 presented by Dinesh Trivedi evoked mixed response in the city. While some called it progressive, hailing the hike in passenger fare after nine years, some were sceptical about the authorities the budget proposes to set up.

"The budget is good. The fare increase is acceptable as the budget promises Rs 300 crore investment for passenger amenities. Apart from this, the emphasis on safety and introduction of special coaches for disabled is a good initiative," said Basant Shukla, secretary, Bharatiya Yatri Kendra (BYK). He said that the let down was no new trains from Nagpur to Delhi, Bangalore and Rae Bareilly trains, and denial of zonal status to Nagpur.

Nilesh Suchak, immediate past president of Nag Vidarbha Chamber of Commerce (NVCC), too welcomed the budget calling it progressive for increasing passenger fares instead of freight charges. "Prices have increased tremendously over the past few years and it was only natural that fares would be hiked. For the railways to provide better services it was important to generate revenue, and as long as they deliver on their promises, this price rise is acceptable," said Suchak. He also shared Shukla's disappointment regarding lack of dedicated trains to Delhi, Pune and Mumbai.

Devendra Parekh, president of Vidarbha Economic Development (VED) Council, was however very critical of the budget, saying that it had nothing for Vidarbha. "It is disappointing. There is no initiative to develop the region," he said.

He pointed out that the increase in freight charges just before the budget would impact Vidarbha economy. "We export coal on a large scale. With this increase in freight charges, it is possible that coastal cities will get imported coal at lower prices, thus making a dent on our sales and income," Parekh said.

BJP MLA from South-West Nagpur Devendra Fadnavis too flayed neglect of Vidarbha. Past promises like medical college at Nagpur and wagon maintenance depot at Amravati have not been fulfilled, he said. Fadnavis hailed the third line between Nagpur and Wardha but said demands for new trains from Nagpur have not been met. He demanded action taken report (ATR) on past announcements.

Calling the emphasis on safety the major highlight of railway budget, Tejinder Singh Renu, secretary, of Vidarbha Taxpayers Association (VTA), said that the marginal increase in fares was acceptable if the passengers got better services and safety. "As long as the hike is in public interest, it is OK. My only concern is that all this shouldn't remain on paper, but should actually translate into work," Singh said.

BC Bhartia, national president, Confederation of All India Traders, was far more sceptical of the development plans of the railways. He said that the policies framed in the budget seemed to favour foreign investors and in the long run would put the common man in trouble.

"The way the Station Development Corporation is proposed to be set up and the additional marketing member on railway board will pave the way for multinational companies to get hold of prime locations in cities, and then like airports, tea at railway stations will be exorbitant," Bhartia said.

He further said that the proposed tariff authority will help parties wash off the blame of rise in fares in the future. "This budget appears to be more of a planning commission report for the 12{+t}{+h} five year plan than a report of Mamta Banerjee's budget," he added.

Altaf Ahmed, ex-president of Central Railway Contractors Association, welcomed the move to hike fares. "Trivedi's predecessors were populists and did not hike fares. This led to financial instability, affecting works. Hopefully, Nagpur division will get more funds now," he said.

Habib Khan, general secretary of National Railway Mazdoor Union (NRMU), said the promise to fill up a lakh vacancies is an eyewash. Over 6,500 Group D employees recruited in 2007 have not been given appointment letters yet, as railways don't have money to pay salaries. "How will it recruit another one lakh persons?" Khan asked.
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...yet another assurance!

Pawar assures clearance to Mayo vertical expansion soon

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Snehlata Shrivastav, TNN | Mar 16, 2012, 02.49AM IST

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NAGPUR: The state government finally seems to have woken up to the cause of Indira Gandhi Government Medical College (IGGMC). Deputy chief minister Ajit Pawar has assured cabinet clearance to the vertical expansion plan on build, operate, transfer (BOT) basis during the ongoing session in Mumbai. If all goes well, tenders for the project could be floated within a month.

The state government has been dragging its feet on the plan for over a decade. Former medical education minister Dilip Walse Patil had scrapped the project in 2008. Efforts to revive it did not yield any positive results until December 22, 2011, when Pawar again promised to start the project on BOT basis during a meeting with medical education minister Vijay Kumar Gavit and officials in response to appropriation bill put forth by BJP MLA from Nagpur Devendra Fadnavis during the winter session of legislature in city. Since then the college had not got any official communication in this regard from the government.

"The deputy chief minister held a compliance meeting responding to re-appropriation bill today in presence of the principal secretary of medical education I S Chahal. He promised that the modernization proposal would be put before the sub-committee on infrastructure within a week and the final proposal would be put before the cabinet during the session. The government would give a formal clearance to the plan and tenders could be issued in month or so," Fadnavis told TOI after attending a meeting with Pawar. Vikas Kumbhare, BJP MLA from central Nagpur, too was present.

Pawar told Fadnavis that the proposal was delayed as Nagpur Improvement Trust (NIT) chairman Pravin Darade was on election duty for a long time. Chahal presented the new scaled up proposal which has scope for increasing IGGMC intake to 150 seats instead of the existing 100 recognized on temporary basis by the Medical Council of India (MCI).

However, students and the teachers at IGGMC have their own apprehensions. "The plan has been on and off for a long time. Such assurances have come many times before. Unless something concrete happens it is difficult for us to believe that the project will finally take off," said a senior teacher at IGGMC.

He said the apathy of the government and its step-motherly treatment to IGGMC were visible from the fact that multi-utility building construction was going on at a snail's pace. "The MCI inspection is due any time. I am not sure whether MCI will accept such assurances any more. If it doesn't, the college could lose the 60 seats permanently," said another professor.
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Green Nagpur: 21.43L trees in city, 9 for every 10 citizens

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Anjaya Anparthi, TNN Mar 15, 2012, 04.31AM IST

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NAGPUR: In some good news for the city, despite the massive tree felling in recent years, the first comprehensive census has put the number of trees within city limits at 21,43,838; almost nine trees for every 10 persons. This would make the city the greenest urban area in the state.

Though often described as the second greenest city in the country, there was no official evidence with Nagpur Municipal Corporation (NMC) to justify this sobriquet. So, NMC had started the tree census in May 2008, to collect data and chalk out a plan to improve the city's greenery. The census data has just been finalized by the NMC's garden department.

NMC said there are 21,43,838 trees within the city limits, amounting to 9,871 trees per sq km. A lot of this greenery is attributed to the mass tree plantation undertaken many years ago and also the zudpi jungle in some parts of the city.

As expected, West and South-West Nagpur have over half the total trees. Laxmi Nagar Zone stands top among the 10 zones with 6,08,634 trees followed by Mangalwari zone and Dharampeth zone. Central Nagpur has the fewest trees due to high population and congested localities, leaving Gandhibagh Zone at the bottom of the table with 30,966 trees.

Similarly, there is a vast difference among wards (as per 136 ward system) as far as number of trees is concerned. Sonegaon-Airport ward stands top with 2,17,090 trees while Mominpura, the most highly populated and congested area, has the fewest, 192 trees.

The second greenest ward is Gorewada, probably due to forest cover, with 1,92,705 trees followed by Ambazari ward 1,21,646 trees, Khalasi Line ward 1,17,331, and Shivangaon ward's 1,12,329 trees. Among wards with few trees, Mominpura is followed by Timki with 253 trees, Bhankheda 277 trees, Hansapuri 281 trees and Barse Nagar ward 464 trees.

There are four wards with over 50,000 trees, including Veterinary College 64,673, Telangkhedi 61,474, Seminary Hills 56,854 and Narendra Nagar 56,443. The Civil Lines ward hosting most of the government offices has 32,754 trees.

If compared with the population, there are nine trees for every 10 persons in Nagpur city, if one goes by the 24,05,421 population figure as per the 2011 census.

An official from NMC said the census has been done with the help of satellite images and actual enumeration of trees on the ground. "Greenery will increase in coming days as NMC is engaged in mass tree plantation. The state government has directed NMC to plant a lakh trees in the next financial year. A proper plan has been chalked out to undertake such a big task. Support from citizens, NGOs, schools, hospitals and other institutions will be required to achieve this target," he said.

He also admitted that this figure would have been higher if the city had not lost some 8,000 big trees in various projects over the last 10-11 years.

Comparison with other cities

City -- Area -- Trees -- Trees/sq.km

Nagpur -- 217.17 -- 21 43,838 -- 9,871

Nashik -- 259 -- 20,55,523 -- 7,936

Brihan Mumbai -- 437.71 -- 19,17,844 -- 4,381

Kalyan -- 51.98 -- 2,12,795 -- 4,093

Thane -- 127 -- 4,45,262 -- 3,506

Navi Mumbai -- 162.05 -- 4,78,120 -- 2,950

Nanded -- 49.06 -- 1,01,310 -- 2,065

Mira Bhayandar -- 79.04 -- 1,50,000 -- 1,897
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Summary

City M.Corp. Total Area: 217.17
Total Number of Trees: 21,43,838
Trees/sq.km: 9,871
Trees/per 10 persons: 8.91


Zones-wise (Total 10 zones)
1. Lakshmi Nagar Zone - 6,08,634 (Highest)
2. Mangalwari Zone
3. Dharampeth Zone
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10. Gandhibagh Zone - 30,966 (Lowest)

Ward-wise (Total 136 wards)
1. Sonegaon-Airport - 2,17,090
2. Gorewada - 1,92,705
3. Ambazari - 1,21,646
4. Khalasi Line - 1,17,331
5. Shivangaon - 1,12,329
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Veterinary College - 64,673
Telangkhedi - 61,474
Seminary Hills - 56,854
Narendra Nagar - 56,443
Civil Lines - 32,754
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132. Barse Nagar - 464
133. Hansapuri - 281
134. Bhankheda - 277
135. Timki - 253
136. Mominpura - 192
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Does the Laxmi Nagar zone include the Seminary Hills, Civil Lines area? Cuz there's a lot of trees over there...
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No Seminary Hills + Civil Lines must be a separate zone..
Lakshmi Nagar zone includes Madhav Nagar, Bajaj Nagar, VNIT campus, Pratap Nagar, Khamla etc. and Lakshmi Nagar itself.
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Unplanned town planning is harming Nagpur

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You do not have to be an architect or town planner to realize that the city's planning has gone for a toss. Very few high-rises follow development control rules.

The floor to space index (FSI) is well above permissible limits. Parking is mandatory for such buildings, but many high-rises do not have them or the area is grossly inadequate, so vehicles are parked on the roads creating traffic jams.

Occupancy certificate is mandatory, but in many cases building owners do not bother to obtain it and even when they do, NMC officials sanction them without bothering to inspect the structure. NMC needs to have a stringent policy in place, and initiate a drive to check for occupancy certificates.

Otherwise, there may be many more tragedies like the Kalamna building collapse. In case of the Kalamna collapse, it was quite evident that the building owner had flouted town planning norms, but Nagpur Improvement Trust ( NIT) turned a blind eye towards it.

NMC will do well to resolve the dispute over building plan sanction on BOT basis. The standing committee for 2011-12 headed by Sandip Joshi had not given any extension to the private agency, and directed NMC administration to do the job itself.

In spite of standing committee's directions, the private agency is continuing to do the work due to lack of trained employees to handle Auto DCR system in NMC.

NMC has also asked for an increase in FSI to 2.5, but the state government has not sanctioned it so far.

Also, NMC's town planning department does not have a full time in-charge. The assistant director of town planning of state department is holding additional charge here.

There are many glaring examples of violation of town planning norms. In many cases, fire safety norms are not followed which can lead to a major tragedy. Care Hospital in Dhantoli is now operating in a building where a hotel existed before 2006.

The hospital owner has not obtained permission from NMC for user change. When a fire broke out in the hospital in December 2011 all these violations came to light.

The corridors were narrow, there were no smoke detectors, proper ventilation, sprinkling system etc. Under fire from the media, NMC's fire department finally served a show cause notice to the hospital.

However, most hospitals do not meet fire safety norms. The Fire Safety Act 2006 states that every private or government building should follow fire safety measures, like installation of portable fire extinguishers and other measures as per instructions of the fire department.

The Care Hospital fire prompted NMC to inspect Suretech Hospital in December 2011. They found out that the hospital had a permission of ground plus three-storey building, but it is actually a five-storeyed structure. Besides, there were several other violations. However, so far no concrete action has been taken in both cases and NMC officials say that procedure is going on.
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‘Develop Nagpur as model city’

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MP Vilas Muttemwar has demanded that Nagpur be developed as model city on a pilot basis under the Jawharlal Nehru National Urban Renewal Mission (JNNURM). "Nagpur is among the fastest growing cities in the country but suffers from lack of modern urban infrastructure," said Muttemwar in a motion moved in Parliament on Thursday.

"It is necessary to scientifically revamp infrastructure for better public transport, roads, water supply, sewerage and modern civic amenities which make a city worth living. Unfortunately, because of lack of phased planning, the requisite infrastructure to ramp up development to optimal level could not be achieved," he lamented. There is a proposal to build 10 crore houses in the country which would be possible only if another 500 towns are created, he stated.

Muttemwar pointed out that infrastructure as well as service delivery are poor in Nagpur and there is an urgent need to formulate strategy for efficient mass transport system like metro/ mono rail, creation of satellite towns around the city so as to take advantage of its unique geographical location. Along with necessary funds, a revenue model is also essential so as to make the whole project viable, he added.

He urged the Centre to develop the city as a model for other cities to emulate.
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Surprising! Current CM giving attention to things that were once impossible to take place due to anti-Vidarbha ex-CMs like Vilasrao Deshmukh..

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Surprising! Current CM giving attention to things that were once impossible to take place due to anti-Vidarbha ex-CMs like Vilasrao Deshmukh..

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AND one more in the list is - Ashok Chavan !!!
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AND one more in the list is - Ashok Chavan !!!
Prithviraj Chauhan is honest and non corrupt man in a heavily corrupt party full of crooks.His intentions are honest but he is surrounded by heavily corrupt and crooks like Vilasrao Deshmukh,Narayan Rane, Ashok Chawan. He is slow because he knew that he is surrounded by most corrupt politicians of Maharashtra and any wrong step will allow these people to screw him. Although this is not going to help congress and may be in next election Rashtravadi Congress will become largest party in Vidhansabha.Well Rashtravadi is full of more corrupt and 'gunda' people than congress....
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very true
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Prithviraj Chavan is highly educated person - a rarity for chief ministers in India.
From wiki - He has graduated in Mechanical Engineering from Birla Institute of Technology and Science (BITS), Pilani, India. He also holds a Masters degree from the University of California at Berkeley. He wrote articles on computer science; engineering design; and also contribution to research in computerization of Indian languages in his early days before entering the politics.
.. gives us a clue as why he is more efficient and responsible than previous CMs..
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http://economictimes.indiatimes.com/...w/12443008.cms

The report named Surat and Nagpur among fast-growing cities to watch in 2050.

"We believe the cities to watch in 2050 are the 400 emerging market middleweights - fast growing cities with populations between 200,000 and 10 million.

"This dynamic group includes many cities that are not household names today: Linyi, Kelamayi and Guiyang in China; Surat and Nagpur in India; Concepcion and Belem in Latin America," it said.
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Really cool. Way to go Nagpur.
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"This dynamic group includes many cities that are not household names today: Linyi, Kelamayi and Guiyang in China; Surat and Nagpur in India; Concepcion and Belem in Latin America," it said.
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Welcome AUDI to orange City....

Can anyone check whether TCS construction has started or not yet?
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