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Old January 25th, 2019, 08:43 AM   #1781
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नागपूरच्या सीताबर्डीतील ग्लोकल मॉलचा मार्ग मोकळा

सीताबर्डीतील महात्मा गांधी रोड व अभ्यंकर रोड यांना जोडणारा १५ मीटर रुंदीचा बुटीमहाल रोड रद्द करण्याचा नागपूर सुधार प्रन्यासचा निर्णय सर्वोच्च न्यायालयाने योग्य ठरवला आहे. त्यामुळे ग्लोकल मॉलचा मार्ग मोकळा झाला आहे.

नागपूर : सीताबर्डीतील महात्मा गांधी रोड व अभ्यंकर रोड यांना जोडणारा १५ मीटर रुंदीचा बुटीमहाल रोड रद्द करण्याचा नागपूर सुधार प्रन्यासचा निर्णय सर्वोच्च न्यायालयाने योग्य ठरवला आहे. त्यामुळे ग्लोकल मॉलचा मार्ग मोकळा झाला आहे.
१५ सप्टेंबर २०१६ रोजी मुंबई उच्च न्यायालयाच्या नागपूर खंडपीठाने १८ दुकानदारांची याचिका मंजूर करून बुटी महाल रोड रद्द करणे अवैध असल्याचा निर्णय दिला होता. त्या निर्णयाविरुद्ध नागपूर सुधार प्रन्यास, जमिनीचे मूळ मालक बुटी परिवार, गोयल गंगा इन्फ्रास्ट्रक्चर अ*ॅन्ड रिअल इस्टेट कंपनी व अभ्यंकर रोडवरील दुकानदारांनी सर्वोच्च न्यायालयात विशेष अनुमती याचिका दाखल केली होती. सर्वोच्च न्यायालयाचे न्या. ए. के. सिक्री, न्या. अशोक भूषण व न्या. एम. आर. शाह यांनी ती याचिका मंजूर केली. त्यामुळे ग्लोकल मॉल बांधकामापुढील सर्व अडथळे दूर झाले आहेत.
गोयल गंगा इन्फ्रास्ट्रक्चर अ*ॅन्ड रिअल इस्टेट कंपनीद्वारे बुटी परिवाराच्या ८.७ एकर जागेवर ग्लोकल मॉल नावाने भव्य कमर्शियल कॉम्प्लेक्स बांधले जात आहे. सुरुवातीला मंजूर आराखड्यामध्ये बुटी महाल रोडचा समावेश होता. त्यानंतर नासुप्रने सुधारित आराखडा मंजूर केला. त्यामधून हा रोड वगळण्यात आला. परिणामी १८ दुकानदारांनी उच्च न्यायालयात याचिका दाखल केली होती.
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ग्लोकल मॉलमुळे सीताबर्डीचे चित्र बदलणार आहे. उच्च न्यायालयाच्या आदेशामुळे हा प्रकल्प अडचणीत आला होता. नासुप्रने १५ मे २०१२ रोजी या जमिनीवरील ले-आऊट आराखडा मंजूर केला. २७ जून २०१२ रोजी बिल्डिंग परमिट दिले तर, ११ डिसेंबर २०१४ रोजी सुधारित इमारत आराखड्याला मान्यता दिली. सुधारित आराखड्यात १५ मीटर रुंद अंतर्गत रोडचा समावेश नाही. हा रोड रद्द करण्याची कृती योजनेतील तरतुदीच्या आणि सर्वोच्च न्यायालयाद्वारे कायदेशीर ठरविण्यात आलेल्या ८ एप्रिल २००२ रोजीच्या तडजोडीमधील अटींच्या विरोधात आहे असे उच्च न्यायालयाने निर्णयात म्हटले होते. तसेच, अंतर्गत रोड रद्द केल्यामुळे योजनेचा मूळ उद्देशच नष्ट झाल्याचे मत व्यक्त केले होते. आता सर्वोच्च न्यायालयाने उच्च न्यायालयाचा निर्णय रद्द केल्यामुळे ग्लोकल मॉलचा मार्ग मोकळा झाला आहे.

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Old January 29th, 2019, 02:41 PM   #1782
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Came across some construction off Katol Road near Gorewada Lake. Does anyone know if this is going to be where the bio park/night safari thing is supposed to come up?
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Hey, guys. Was ******* around on the NSSCDCL website, when I found the plans to the area development/ town planning scheme of Pardi-Bhandewadi-Punapur area.

You can find detailed drawings, reports and documents here.

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Old February 26th, 2019, 02:53 PM   #1784
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5 Chain Of Restaurants That Are Coming To Nagpur According To Our Gossip Birdie!

If you think Miss Malini is the only one in business to have her little gossip birdies giving her inside scoops, then we might just prove you wrong. We at Reacho 'reached' (pun intended) out to our flock of birds and asked them to chirp us some hush-hush news about the food scenes in Nagpur. And much to our surprise, we found out that not one but a good number of 5 chain of restaurants have chosen Nagpur as there next destination for their expansion! Damn straight.

Attracted by the growing size of millennials and the middle class bracket, many big brands of restaurants are now looking at Nagpur seriously. The last 2 years saw chains such as Keventers, London Bubble Co. Belgian Waffle, Kailash Parbat, etc. making its way here. Following the footsteps are some more brands (which we will reveal in the following list) that are looking forward to tap into the potential market of the city. So let's take a look and make a note of which are the restaurants that will padharo mhaare des!

Here's the list of 5 restaurants - *drumrolls*

1) McDonald's

Okay, who are we kidding if we said we aren't so much looking forward for this one! We have been achingly waiting for McD since years now. After being teased endlessly for not having an outlet in the city, (Even Vir Das couldn’t help but make a joke out of it!) we totally deserve this particular chain of restaurant. We are sure the opening day of McD would look something like a mini Kumbh Mela! But right now, the thought of their crispiest French fries and a towering Maharaja Mac has got us slurping already! And yes, a McSwirl to end the meal with!

Location: Trillium Mall – Rambagh Layout, Unthkhana.

2) Agent Jacks Bar

Imagine walking into an upscale bar and getting to negotiate prices of your drink? Yup, that’s what Agent jack’s Bar is all about. One has to select any drink of their choice and quote their offer price on the app. The app’s bot or Agent Jack as we all shall know him, will reply with counter-offers. If you’re good with your skills, you might end up getting a drink of Rs. 200 for mere Rs. 80. Nope, not joking! Btw, even though a bot, Agent Jack’s replies are of the slapstick humor genre! So bring your A-game when you walk in! Oh btw, do try their Locho naan and Kheema pav while you sip your dranks!

Location: Trillium Mall – Rambagh Layout, Unthkhana

3) B Bhagat Tarachand

halis are synonymous with the B Bhagat Tarachand chain of restaurants. Started years ago at Mumbai’s tiny Zaveri Bazaar, the restaurant today is world-famous for its homely meal of a well-round thali. Many may wonder what is so fancy about the thalis. Well, nothing. And that is USP of this place. A no-frills thali which serves 3 special roti, veg sabzi, paneer sabzi, dal fry, rice/pulao, papad, chhaas and sweet is as basic as it can get. But it’s the taste that does all the talking and gets the tongues drooling. And hey, if you can’t thali, you can always go grab their Aloo parantha and Lassi combo which the Zaveri Bazaar traders swear by!

Location: Still a secret. Sigh!

4) The Yellow Chilli

This one is chain of restaurants that was started by legendary master chef and Padma Shri awardee Sanjeev Kapoor in the year 2001. From watching him cook on Zee TV to having his handpicked recipes dished out to you on your table, Kapoor has sure come a long way. With more than 50 outlets spread across India and abroad, it is now time that Nagpur get their share of this restaurant which brings together eccentricity, authenticity and diversity. Well, we don’t know about you but we sure are going to hog onto their ulte tawe ki galouti, tawa chaap and mutton biryani when the restro opens its doors!

Location: Trillium Mall – Rambagh Layout, Unthkhana

5) The Bar Stock Exchange

When Edward Calahan invented the stock market ticker, he definitely did not think it would be used in the waterholes someday. Come to TBSE a.k.a The Bar Stock Exchange and you will be met with LED tickers that display the minute-to-minute prices of the alcohol available in the house! As a commerce student I can assure that stock trading has never gotten any more interesting! So keep your trading tricks up your sleeve and make the most at this bar! P.S.: We recommend you to keep a bowl of chilli garlic peanuts and Nachos at hand as your chakhna.

Tentative location: Dharampeth

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Four years on, IIM-Nagpur permanent campus work kicks off on March 6

NAGPUR: After a delay of four years, the first-phase construction of Indian Institute of Management-Nagpur’s (IIM-N) permanent campus will start from March 6. The ground-breaking ceremony, which was cancelled in December last year, would be done by Union minister Nitin Gadkari and chief minister Devendra Fadnavis at the site. The model code is likely to kick in this month and hence the process was expedited to enable the BJP heavyweights be part of the crucial event.

Taking no chances, the institute has invited a host of elected representatives and officers of MADC as well. The inaugural ceremony had courted controversy when the invitation cards missed Gadkari’s name though he was instrumental in bringing the top B-school to city in 2015.

The Central government had sanctioned Rs379.68 crore last year for the first phase. The prestigious academy, running from a temporary campus at Visvesvaraya National Institute of Technology (VNIT), has drawn up a Rs650crore plan for constructing its much-delayed permanent facility in three-phases on the 132-acre sprawling land at Dahegaon Mouza.

In the first phase, approximately 14.8 acre (60,000 sq m) would be developed by a Delhi-based private firm. Phase-I includes state-of-the-art academic complex, administrative block, students hostel, sports complex and faculty housing at the cost of Rs379 crore. The first phase is designed to accommodate 600 students, which means, the intake would be hiked from 120 now when the campus shifts. The institute has set 2020 as its deadline to move out from VNIT.

The sprawling campus will also house discussion spaces, recreation spaces consisting of the gym, open spaces, in later phases.


The campus will also house a management development centre for the institute’s executive education programme (EEP) and its entrepreneurship incubation centre, InFED, in environmental sustainability. It is expected that the construction for Phase-I will be completed in 18 months.

Established in 2015, two batches of its flagship programme post graduate programme in Management (PGP in MBA) have passed out and the shift from VNIT to MIHAN may not be before another two batches. Earlier, it was expected to move out by 2019.

The placement process for the third batch, set to graduate in 2019, is underway. The convocation is likely to be held in mid-April.

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PM Narendra Modi to flag off Nagpur Metro on March 7

NAGPUR: The wait of Nagpurians for using the Metro as another means of transportation is set to be over. Prime Minister Narendra Modi will inaugurate the 13-km Sitabuldi-Khapri section of Reach 1 on Thursday at 5pm through video conferencing from New Delhi. Chief minister Devendra Fadnavis and union transport minister Nitin Gadkari will then flag off the first train from Sitabuldi station.

Nagpur will become the tenth city in India to have a Metro and the second in state. The at grade section of the project had become operational in April 2018 but MahaMetro did not go for commercial operations. It was only used for joyrides.

As commissioner of metro rail safety (CMRS) could not inspect the Lokmanya Nagar to Subhash Nagar stretch of Reach 3 on Sunday due to paucity of time it will not become operational as planned by MahaMetro.

The CMRS is expected to visit Nagpur again only after the election dates are announced, which is expected to be a made in a few days. As in the case of one line of Delhi Metro, the opening of Reach 3 is expected to be an apolitical affair as the code of conducts prevents MPs and MLAs from participating in public events.

A Metro official said that the certificate issued by Research Design and Standards Organization (RDSO) would be getting the Railway Board’s approval on Tuesday afternoon. “Our team has already gone to Delhi with the certificate. Another team will camp at CMRS office in Mumbai. As soon as we get Railway Board’s stamp on the certificate, we will mail it to CMRS and get the authorization certificate from it,” he added.

The at grade section of Nagpur Metro was the fastest in India to become operational. A stretch of 5.5 kilometre had become operational in 30 months after construction work started. If commercial operations are considered, Lucknow Metro was the fastest off the block — a 8.5km stretch had become operational in 36 months. The 13km stretch of Nagpur Metro would have achieved this feat in 41 months, which is the second fastest.


The MahaMetro official said that commercial operations would have started three to four months ago had the agency not been asked to frequently change its plans. “As per the detailed project report (DPR) our viaduct was to be located on the road in front of Ramkrishna Mission, Dhantoli. However, we were asked to shift it through Central Jail. The double decker flyover was not part of our project but National Highways Authority of India’s (NHAI’s) project was entrusted to us. Then due to opposition from residents, the location of Ujjwal Nagar railway underbridge (RUB) had to be shifted,” he added.

The Sitabuldi-Khapri stretch has 11 stations but only six stations will be operational initially — Khapri, New Airport, Airport South, Airport, Jaiprakash Nagar and Sitabuldi. Ujjwal Nagar, Chhatrapati Square, Ajni Square, Rahate Colony and Congress Nagar will become operational in phases.

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Ajni inter-modal station to be ready in three years

Nagpur: The Phase I of Ajni inter-modal station (IMS) to be built by National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) on Central Railway (CR) land will be ready in three years. The bhoomipuja of this ambitious facility was performed by chief minister Devendra Fadnavis and Union transport minister Nitin Gadkari on Wednesday. A memorandum of understanding (MoU) was signed between NHAI and CR in their presence.
NHAI regional officer M Chandrashekhar told the media on the sidelines of the function that the tender for the work would be floated soon. “We will award the tender after the election code of conduct is over,” he said.

“IMS will come up on 44.4-acre land. The bus bays and ramps will require 14.4 acres, internal roads 11.4 acres and railway overbridge (ROB) approaches — eight acres. The built up area of the facility is 77,642 square metres,” said Chandrashekhar.

The cost of Phase I of the project is Rs 1,289 crore. The ministry of road transport and highways (MoRTH) recently sanctioned this amount. It is part of Central government’s Bharatmala project. The project will require relocation of railway quarters, offices and other facilities at the cost of Rs69 crore.

Turning to long distance bus amenities, Chandrashekhar said, “There will be a space for parking 590 cars in the basement of the concourse building. The ground floor is reserved for arrivals. There would be 40 bus bays while 28 would be idle. There would be a waiting area for 1,600 travellers, ticket counters, toilets, cloak room, canteen and dormitories.”

The railway amenities include ticket counters, toilets, waiting room for 1,600 passengers, cloak room, VIP room, parcel office, 12 retail shops and parking for 350 cars, etc. Four more platforms will be created in the expanded Ajni station. A new ultramodern building would also be built.

The first floor is reserved for departures. The bus area will have ticket counters, toilets and waiting room for 1,600 people and 80 bus bays. The railway side will have resting room, VIP room, waiting area for 1,600 people, 10 retail shops, etc. The second floor will have ticket offices, food court, restaurant, hotels and lounge.


The concourse building will be connected to Congress Nagar Metro station by a foot overbridge (FOB). There are direct trains from this station to Airport. The IMS will thus have air connectivity too. Another FOB will link the concourse building with Ajni railway station.

Chandrashekhar said that the facility is expected to handle 3 lakh passengers per day by 2050. “It will be built with government money with a defect liability period of 10 years. A separate agency would be appointed for operating the facility. The whole area would be monitored by CCTVs. The concourse building will have murals depicting Bhagvad Geeta, Jnaneshwari, Abhijnan Shakuntalam, Panchtantras, etc,” he added.


In Phase II, 149 acres will be developed on CR land. Residential and commercial space would be created with private investment. A new six lane railway overbridge (ROB) will be build near FCI godown connecting IMS with Wardha Road ROB. The third phase includes development of Central Jail land after its relocation.

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Symbiosis International (Deemed University) To Begin Classes At Nagpur Campus From July 2019

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After a plethora of companies making their way into Nagpur, it’s time for the educational institutions to make a beeline. With National Law University (NLU) already set up and fully functional, the next in line to go operational is the esteemed Symbiosis International (Deemed University) (SIU). The Pune-headquartered academy will open doors in the month of July for the upcoming academic session (2019-21). Spread across a land size of 75-acres at Wathoda, this will be SIU’s second largest campus so far.

25% of the seats will be reserved and students from the city will be given a 15% fee concession. Symbiosis will be a pioneer in providing such kind of facility at any of its campuses. This will encourage students from the city to stay back and apply for the course instead of migrating to cities like Mumbai, Pune and other in the quest of better higher education.

According to a report by an English daily, Symbiosis will be setting up the operations with three disciplines viz. Symbiosis Institute of Business Management (SIBM), Symbiosis School of Law (SSL) and Symbiosis School of Planning, Architecture and Design (SSPAD). These schools will offer MBA, BArch, BBA, BBA-LLB, BALLB and LLM.
Pro-chancellor Vidya Yeravdekar said, “The teams from Bar Council India (BCI) and Council for Architecture (COA) visited the campus recently. After thorough inspection of our new building and facilities, they granted green signal for running the courses.”

“We’ve already started admissions for BBA, MBA, BALLB and BBA LLB and their classes will commence from July 1. For architecture, it will take some time as those would be based on entrance tests,” she said. Yeravdekar is also the principal director of Symbiosis Society.

Directors on officiating basis and faculties have been appointed for these three schools by the academia. According to the sources - Shrirang Altekar for SIBM, Sukvinder Badan Sing Dari for SSL and Anjali Sharma for SSPAD – are the officiating directors.
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Construction of NDRF academy to start in June

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Nagpur: Construction of the Rs400 crore National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) Academy near Koradi temple will finally start from June, almost seven years after the land was purchased from Maharashtra government. NDRF director general SN Pradhan, who was in the city on Thursday, confirmed that the first phase of construction will be completed by next year. “The unit in Nagpur will be one of its kind and when completed, it will be a place with world-class infrastructure where people from across the world will come to train,” said Pradhan. The 153-acre land was purchased for Rs18.6 crore in 2012 in the name of National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA), of which NDRF is a part. The expansive land with a couple of hillocks also has a river stream running through it. It boasts of easy access by road because of being located next to the popular Koradi temple. The long delay in proceeding with the construction was a result of different point of views regarding the use of multiple properties that came under NDRF, after it merged with National Civil Defence College (NCDC). Pradhan said, “At some point of time, there was a rethink on the plan on whether the fire college should become a combined centre for both disaster and fire management training. So, the whole thing went in one direction. It was then backtracked somewhere in 2017 and decided that let it remain separate.” Once completed, the NDRF Academy will host simulated infrastructure like no other. “We will have a village and town set up to simulate flooding conditions and the train our personnel for rescue operations. We are also looking to see how the river, passing next to our land, can be used to simulate rapid water rescue operations. High rise rescue, hilly region rescue etc will all be simulated on the academy campus,” said Pradhan. The first phase of construction will cost approximately Rs 85 crore and will be completed by next year. “You will be able to see some training courses underway. I think that in the next five years, the entire set up may be ready,” he added. About disaster response, Pradhan said that making the volunteer network strong is priority. “See, on paper I can have 12 lakh volunteers. But on how many of them can I count on when an actual disaster strikes? We need to formalize the trained volunteer system where they are also aware of their role when emergency situation arises,” said Pradhan. The NDRF is also training people and security forces for biological and chemical warfare. “That’s how the future terror attacks will be. We are already working towards meeting those challenges and are happy to have complete cooperation of all stakeholders in the central and state governments,” said Pradhan.
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It seems there is a plan to open Gorewada Zoo in July (or before MH elections in Nov). Found this article on Sakal (dated 17 April 2019) :

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नागपूर - गोरेवाडा प्राणिसंग्रहालयातील इंडियन सफारीला 22 जुलैला सुरुवात करून मुख्यमंत्री देवेंद्र फडणवीस यांना जन्मदिवसाची भेट दिली जाणार आहे. केंद्रीय प्राणिसंग्रहालय प्राधिकरणाने या प्राणिसंग्रहालयाच्या बृहत विकास आराखड्याला हिरवा कंदील दिल्याने विकासाचा मार्ग मोकळा झाला आहे. गोरेवाडा प्राणिसंग्रहालयातील इंडियन सफारी 112 हेक्टरमध्ये विकसित करण्यात येत आहे. इंडियन सफारीचे काम अंतिम टप्प्यात आले असून 31 मेपर्यंत बांधकाम पूर्ण करण्याच्या सूचनाही देण्यात आल्या आहेत. इंडियन सफारीमध्ये तृणभक्षक, वाघ, बिबट, अस्वल सफारीचा समावेश राहणार आहे. खासगी आणि सार्वजनिक सहभागातून 564 हेक्टरमध्ये इंडियन, अफ्रिकन सफारी, बायो पार्क, नाइट सफारी, बर्ड पार्क विकसित करण्यात येणार आहे. त्यासाठी एस्सेल वर्ल्डने पुढाकार घेतला असून, बांधा आणि हस्तांतरित करा, या तत्त्वावर हा प्रकल्प उभारण्यात येणार आहे. त्यासाठी एफडीसीएम एस्सेल वर्ल्ड गोरेवाडा झू प्रायव्हेट लिमिटेड या कंपनीची स्थापना करण्यात आलेली आहे. हा प्रकल्प 452 कोटींचा आहे. यात 252 कोटींचा वाटा एस्सेल वर्ल्डचा असून 200 कोटी रुपये राज्य सरकारचे राहणार आहेत. यासाठी एफडीसीएम एस्सेल वर्ल्ड गोरेवाडा झू प्रायव्हेट लिमिटेड या कंपनीची स्थापना झाली आहे. सहा वर्षांत हा प्रकल्प कंपनीला पूर्ण करण्याचा करार आहे. अफ्रिकन सफारीमध्ये झेब्रा, सिंह आणि जिराफ, गेंडा आणण्यात येणार आहे. त्यासाठी केंद्र सरकारकडे पाठपुरावा करण्यात येणार आहे. नागपूर शहरापासून 10 ते 12 किलोमीटर अंतरावर गोरेवाडा प्राणिसंग्रहालय विकसित झाल्यानंतर विदर्भात किंवा नागपुरात येणाऱ्या पर्यटकांसाठी नवे पर्यटनस्थळ म्हणून पुढे येणार आहे. वनजमीनवगळता महानगरपालिकेकडून हस्तांतरित केलेल्या 25 हेक्टर परिसरात इतर पायाभूत सुविधा उभारण्यात येणार आहेत. त्यात वॉटर पार्क, क्लब हाउस, पर्यटकांसाठी निवासी सुविधा, हॉटेल्स, रेस्टॉरंट बांधण्यात येणार आहे. यात पर्यटकांना राहण्याची सोयही केली जाणार आहे.
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Work on Futala spectator gallery to start this week

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Nagpur: Work on the spectator gallery for Futala light and sound show will start this week. Construction of Bharat Van road, which is a part of the project, will however, remain in abeyance. In the run-up to the Lok Sabha elections, city MP Nitin Gadkar had said that the redevelopment is his “dream project”. A green activist told TOI that the spectators’ gallery on a heritage structure is against the rules. A source in MahaMetro said that with election code of conduct over, there are no obstacles in beginning the work. “We have finalized the design. The construction of road behind the gallery will begin. This will come up on the land where the Futala waterfront shops were located. We will construct a wall and also strengthen the slope of Telangkhedi garden,” he added. As per the new gallery design, there will be about 80 to 90 small shops on the rear side. “These shops will have a depth of 3 metres. The ramp of the gallery can be used by them to store their goods. There will be two-wheeler and four-wheeler parking in front of the shops and beyond that will be the road,” the source said. MahaMetro also claimed to have found a solution to the problem of echo during the proposed light and sound show. “We will put sound absorbent material on the steps of the spectator gallery. This material will absorb the sound and there will be no echo,” the official said. Meanwhile, Nagpur Improvement Trust (NIT) has issued the work order to consortium of Studio One and Khalatkar Constructions to develop the light and sound show. “The consortium will submit the detailed design for the show within 60 days. Actual work on it will begin after it is approved by us,” said an official. The spectator gallery will be an open structure and will have seating arrangements similar to Yeshwant Stadium. It will run along the length of the lake so that maximum people can view the musical fountain. It will, however, have tensile roofing so that it can be covered during rainy season. Earlier, a road tunnel was to be constructed under the gallery. However, the plan was dropped as the height of the base of the gallery would have increased due to the tunnel, which would have led to echoing of light and sound show. The base will now be near ground level. Jaydeep Das, honorary wildlife warden of Nagpur district, said that MahaMetro was violating heritage rules by building the spectators gallery. “As per Rule No 11, you can’t change the skyline of Grade I heritage precinct. The road is not a problem but the gallery is. We had filed an objection with the heritage committee over a month ago but it has not conducted a hearing. Meanwhile, MahaMetro has decided to start work on the project,” he told TOI. The heritage committee had told MahaMetro that it does not require a no objection certificate (NOC) for constructing the gallery as it was not close to the heritage precinct. Commenting on this, Das said, “In this case the committee should be dissolved. The members don’t know the rules. The committee can’t give a NOC for Grade I precinct.” According to the heritage list, Futala lake, its catchment area, embankment, gardens and open spaces in command area are classified as Grade-1 heritage. As per the complaint, the proposed viewers’ gallery will change Futala lake’s skyline and its precincts, which is a violation of heritage rules. The embankment was constructed by Bhonsala kings. While MahaMetro officials claim that this structure will not be disturbed for the construction, specific rules for Grade-1 heritage structures do not permit interventions unless it is necessary to strengthen the building’s life or its precinct. Even for this purpose, minimum changes are allowed.
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Ambazari biodiversity park set to open for morning walkers, cyclists on July 21

Nagpur: Fitness freaks, bird watchers, and nature lovers rejoice. Ambazari biodiversity park is all set to open from July 21. The park also serve botany students and researchers.
Chief minister Devendra Fadnavis is likely to dedicate the park to public. Minister of state for forest Parinay Fuke, during his visit to the park on Friday, directed the officials to complete remaining works by July 19.

Spread over 1,854 acres, the land was lying abandoned for years and became a refuge for anti-social elements. Fuke planned the project when he became a corporator in 2012. His dream came true when Fadnavis and forest minister Sudhir Mungantiwar approved the Rs 14 crore project in 2016.

It will be a no vehicle zone. Forest department has purchased 25 bicycles, most of which are battery operated, for visitors. Process to procure five e-rickshaws for those who cannot or won’t ride a bike is also in final stage.

DCF Prabhunath Shukla said people could also bring their own bicycles. “We will open 13km of roads inside the park for all immediately. Work on remaining 17km roads is going on and it will be opened in phases. A nominal entry fee will be charged along with monthly, half yearly and annual passes,” he said.

The park will be open from 6am to 7pm. It is having seven gates. Initially, entry will be from main gate near Water Treatment Plant, MIDC Hingna. As per demand and response from the citizens, other gates will be opened.

Apart from planting 40,000 trees and conserving existing 10,000, forest department has constructed 17 machans to let people have a panoraming view of the park and Ambazari lake. Also, eight bird heights have been developed for bird watchers and photographers. There will also be reading arenas with books about birds, wild animals, biodiversity etc. Binoculars will be provided for bird watching. Basic amenities like toilets, seating arrangements, sheds, drinking water will also be provided.

The park will be under CCTV surveillance with presence of forest guards staffers for safety. MahaMetro has developed Little Wood in one part of the park with thousands of trees and walking tracks. Nagpur Improvement Trust (NIT) is building a a sewage water treatment on Nag river inside the park.

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Land: Revenue department allotted 1,854 acres land to forest department in lieu of area given for Bawanthadi irrigation project. It is having status of reserve forest. It was lying abandoned till 2016

Works Done: 13.05km compound wall built, 40,000 trees planted, existing 10,000 trees preserved, 50 water ponds created, seven natural water streams deepened, over 100 loose boulder structures, 30km roads, 17 machans, 8 bird heights, 8 seating arenas built

Parks: It will be third bio-diversity park in the city after Raj Bhavan and Gorewada lake

Seven Gates: MIDC Hingna water treatment plant, Kachimet on Amravati road, NMC hotmix plant at MIDC Hingna, Wasudeo Nagar, SRPF Hingna road, Pandhrabodi, towards Wadi

https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/...w/70119144.cms
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Gondwana Museum to come up in the city soon

The proposed international-level Gondwana Cultural Museum is all set to see light of the day after a hiatus of nearly 17 years. The project was conceptualised to preserve and promote the art and culture of tribals. It got approval from the government in 2002 and after a long wait this project would be materialised. The museum will be built at Surabardi jointly by State and Central governments.

Availability of land was the biggest hurdle in the project. This was cleared after several rounds of meeting. To expedite the project a meeting was held in Mumbai under the chairmanship of Manisha Verma, Principal Secretary, Tribal Development Department. Gond Raja Bakht Buland Shah Uike was to build the Gondwana Cultural Museum in Nagpur 350 years ago.
After 50 years of Pune-based tribal research and training institute, the then President recognized the institution as an autonomous institution and decided to make a sub-center. This sub-center was named Gondwana Cultural Museum. In this, rare items reflecting tribal lifestyle and culture, things used in farming, traditional dress, weapons, literature and dialect were to be promoted. For this, the central government approved Rs.10 crore in 2014 and Rs.11 crore in 2015. Due to non-availability of land in the city for the museum, 12 acres of space was provided in Surabardi on Amravati Road. Joint Secretary Sunil Patil, Deputy Secretary Laxmikant Dhoke, Tribal Research and Training Institute Commissioner Dr. Kiran Kulkarni, joint commissioner Nandini Awade, Vinod Patil were also present in the meeting.

Four groups of advisory committee were prepared in the meeting. Representative of the Manav Sangrahalaya Bhopal, SK Pandey, Historian Dr. Madhukar Kotanake, Vastu Visharad Bhakti Thakur, Professor Dr. Akshay Patil, Nagpur University Department of History Professor Dr. SI Koreti, Madan Meena, Amarja Nimbalkar, Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Museum Director SS Mujumdar were also present.

https://thelivenagpur.com/2019/08/21...the-city-soon/
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