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Old March 4th, 2010, 08:54 AM   #41
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Old July 11th, 2010, 12:53 AM   #43
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Kishangarh,near Ajmer to get an Airport.



Translation: Kishangarh near ajmer ( the distance between the two is half an hour) is to get an airport in two years if no major problem arises. The airport is likely to cost over 1000 crore rupees. Concerning this matter, the aviation minister prafful patel will be having a meeting with the sachin pilot ( MP Ajmer) and other officials. The reason behind the airport is the large inflow of tourists to Ajmer and nearby Pushkar. The location of land has not been decided yet due to changes. The airport is likely to built on 472 acre land.


Well let's hope everything goes all right and sachin pilot uses his influence to get this airport!
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Old July 14th, 2010, 09:32 PM   #44
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Old Age homes:govt to set up network

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JAIPUR: The government has decided to develop a network of old age homes in the state to take care of senior citizens who have nowhere here to go and earn less than Rs 1,500 pm.

The decision follows the adoption of the Maintenance and Welfare of Parents and Senior Citizens Act by the state. The gazette notification for which was published on Monday.

Following the notification, Aditi Mehta, principal secretary, social jus-tice and empowerment, has written to various collectors asking them to prepare to properly implement the Act.

"Currently, there are only a few old age homes in the state. We are planning to decentralise the whole system so that we have a home in every sub-tehsil," she said.

"In fact, what we would like to develop the homes within a radius of 15 to 20 km from the place to where the senior citizen belongs. This would help them stay connected to the place they have lived the better part of their lives," she added.

The department is looking for abandoned or other government buildings not being used currently. "These buildings could be used as old age homes. It may also be that some individual decides to give a room from his house for accommodating the elderly," she said.

In the letter to the collectors, Mehta has reminded them of the provision of a tribunal that is required for to be constituted for each sub-division of the state and the appointment of a sub-divisional officer as presiding officers of the tribunal.

The tribunal may order children or dependents of senior citizen to make a monthly allowance for their maintenance, as the tribunal may deem fit and pay the same to such senior citizens. The maximum maintenance allowance that may be ordered would prescribed by the state government and shall not exceed Rs 10,000 per month. Provisions are also there that if children or dependents neglect or refuse to maintain parents unable to look after themselves the tribunal may order punishment with a jail term of up to three months or a fine, which may extend to Rs.5,000.

"If senior citizens transfer the rights of the legal property to their dependent and children and if the legal inheritors fail to provide basic amenities to the senior citizens, then the tribunal would be authorised to cancel the transfer of the property," the letter reminds.
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Old July 15th, 2010, 03:06 AM   #45
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There are 5 different news but I'll translate the 3 which are important.
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the civil aviation ministry has given the permission for international airports in Jodhpur and Kishangarh,Ajmer.

Jaipur and Jodhpur are now going to have the commissioner system like in mumbai and other metros. This is going to be implemented in 1-2 days.

The rajasthan govt has decided to give land for 10% less value for solar power project.

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Old July 22nd, 2010, 02:54 AM   #46
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JDA removes encroachment on 165 beegha land for a road project.

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Old July 23rd, 2010, 12:59 AM   #47
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Translation: The government has made it mandatory for buildings bigger than 300 meters to have rooftop water harvesting systems, water tanks etc and if this is not followed then you can be put into jail for upto 15 days and the fine can be between 25000 to 1 lakh rupees. The water and electricity supply can also be cut. Buildings bigger than 300 meters will only get permission if the there system of rainwater harvesting and parking is shown in the maps. If this is not shown then the house will not get the legal certificate for the building or water and electricity connection.
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Old July 23rd, 2010, 03:17 PM   #48
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Translation: The government has made it mandatory for buildings bigger than 300 meters to have rooftop water harvesting systems, water tanks etc and if this is not followed then you can be put into jail for upto 15 days and the fine can be between 25000 to 1 lakh rupees. The water and electricity supply can also be cut. Buildings bigger than 300 meters will only get permission if the there system of rainwater harvesting and parking is shown in the maps. If this is not shown then the house will not get the legal certificate for the building or water and electricity connection.
i don't think that rajasthan has any building of 300 meters even proposed.
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Old July 23rd, 2010, 03:27 PM   #49
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???

you mean in height or what? cause I think they're just talking about the length of land and not height of a building..
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Old July 26th, 2010, 05:40 PM   #50
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Cheetah's to run again in India, Shahgarh, Jaisalmer chosen!

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Cheetah will run again in India

The vast majority of the 10,000 cheetahs left in the world are in Africa
The cheetah, eradicated in India by hunting nearly a century ago, will run again in the country, as three sites are earmarked for its reintroduction.

The government has approved wildlife groups' recommendations of two sanctuaries in Madhya Pradesh and an area in Rajasthan as potential homes.

The government will spend 30m rupees ($0.6m; £0.4m) to restore these sites before the animals are imported.

The plan is to import the cats from Africa, Iran and the Middle East.

Kuno Palpur and Nauradehi wildlife sanctuaries in the central Indian state of Madhya Pradesh and Shahgarh area in Jaisalmer, in the northern state of Rajasthan, have been selected as the sites to house the animals.

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Environment and Forests Minister Jairam Ramesh said the reintroduction of the world's fastest land animal would "restore the grasslands" of India.

Wildlife experts say the two sanctuaries in Madhya Pradesh had the capacity to accommodate nearly 80 cheetahs, although 23 human settlements will have to be moved from the one in Nauradehi.

Scores of nomadic human settlements would also have to be cleared at the site in Rajasthan on the international border with Pakistan.

"The return of the cheetah would make India the only country in the world to host six of the world's eight large cats and the only one to have all the large cats of Asia," MK Ranjitsinh of Wildlife Trust of India told the Press Trust of India news agency.

Pursued by trophy hunters and herdsmen to the brink of extinction during the Raj, the Asiatic cheetah vanished from India many decades ago.

Conservationists say less than 100 of the critically endangered subspecies remain in Iran, roaming the central deserts.

The vast majority of the 10,000 cheetahs left in the world are in Africa.

Critics of the reintroduction scheme in India say that without restoring habitat and prey base, and reducing the scope for man-animal conflict, viable cheetah populations will not flourish.
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In the name of animals, tribal or forest Jairam Ramesh will not leave any space left for development. He is anti development.
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Old July 29th, 2010, 09:51 PM   #53
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Beta blind development leads to more problems. We have to realise that we share this earth with other beings. In all honesty, Jairam Ramesh, in my eyes has been the only real environment minister we've had.
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Beta blind development leads to more problems. We have to realise that we share this earth with other beings. In all honesty, Jairam Ramesh, in my eyes has been the only real environment minister we've had.
Chachaji, i got ur message u wanna say that the same minister who visited the union carbide plant in bhopal and by lifting a pinch of soil says that it is nothing toxic there.

Even when people are still suffering from the toxic waste in the factory premisis is the best environmental minister in ur genious opinion.

What can i say Jai Ho.
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Old July 30th, 2010, 11:13 PM   #55
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Yes the same minister who is bothering you because he is doing his work. Why else would go ga ga about him stopping development.
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Old July 31st, 2010, 08:45 PM   #56
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Yes the same minister who is bothering you because he is doing his work. Why else would go ga ga about him stopping development.
yeah the same minister was in commerce ministry last time and flood the county with chinese junk.

No need to debate to a ill informed person like u i don't wanna derail this thread or waste my time, live in ur illusions.
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Old August 1st, 2010, 12:59 AM   #57
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Great! Now don't ever come back to this thread!
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Old August 1st, 2010, 02:01 AM   #58
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Rajasthan Bans Plastic carry bags!

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JAIPUR: In a major step for environment protection, the Rajasthan Government on Monday announced a complete ban on use of plastic carry-bags all over the State from August 1. A notification declared the entire State a “plastic carry-bag-free zone”. According to an official release here, the prohibition will also apply to manufacture, storage, import, sale and transport of plastic carry-bags. No shopkeeper, retailer, trader, hawker or vendor will be allowed to supply goods to consumers in these carry-bags. The ban has been imposed in view of “both short-term and long-term environmental hazards” posed by the material used in the carry-bags, stated the release. The restriction is expected to check degradation of environment caused by the rampant use of plastic bags. The Government has authorised District Collectors and officers of the Rajasthan Pollution Control Board to file complaints under Section 19 of the Environment Protection Act, 1986, to the competent court on violation of the guidelines prescribed in the notification. The release said any infringement of the notification would attract prosecution under Section 15 of the Environment Protection Act, which prescribes imprisonment for five years or a fine up to Rs.1 lakh or both. Recurrence of the offence may lead to penalty of Rs.5,000 a day.

Let's hope it works unlike in other states. Major retailers like big bazzar, reliance fresh, national handloom ( a big regional retailer) have already ordered other carry bags and have already warned customers that plastic carry bags will be banned. The collectors in different cities have also asked vypaar sanghs etc to ban them and they have agreed which is a major step as there are more small shops.
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Old August 1st, 2010, 06:38 PM   #59
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ya i agree with ashwa that jairam is doing right thing by bringing stringent laws because everywhere in india we will see environment being destroyed ... saving nature is even more important than haphazard development
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Jodhpur Civil Airport will be built in 5000 beegha zameen, will be 28 km away from the city near the jodhpur nagur highway, MOU has been demanded by the city administration.

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