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Chandigarh Ongoing Rates in Ambala City and Cantonment

Last updated: October 3 2017
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  • #21

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    Re : Chandigarh Ongoing Rates in Ambala City and Cantonment

    Man saves village common land against all odds

    TNS


    Handesra, November 11
    Overcoming all odds, a 70-year-old man stood guard against the panchayat of his own village to save the 20 acres of village common land, which had almost been reduced to a dumping ground by a private paper mill in one of the villages of Punjab adjoining Ambala.

    Sardara Singh, a retired BSNL Divisional Engineer, took on to himself the task of saving the 20 acres of village common land adjoining a private paper mill in the village, which was given on lease to one of the villagers, who then allowed the private mill to use this land to discharge its effluents.

    In 2005, the village panchayat, without adopting due procedure, gave on lease the 20 acres to one of the villagers, Pawan Kumar, for a mere Rs 1.75 for a time period of five years. He further allowed the private paper mill to use the land, which was at that time under the cover of eucalyptus trees, to discharge its effluents reportedly for a price.

    However, Sardara Singh challenged this leasing of village common land before the District Development and Panchayat Officer (DDPO), who dismissed his plea. Unwilling to give up, Sardara Singh challenged the leasing of the land before Director Rural and Panchayat Department, which saw reason in the contentions put up by him and restored the land to the panchayat in March, 2008.

    In July, 2008, Sardara Singh decided to fight panchayat elections and was elected a panch. He then persuaded the panchayat to pass a resolution to develop the 20 acres, which till then was under the cover of eucalyptus trees, but had almost been destroyed by pollution. The panchayat passed the resolution and after selling the eucalyptus trees for Rs 14 lakh, the area was got cleaned.

    Now the land, which was almost lost to pollution, started contributing to the panchayat income. The land was given on lease for farming purposes and was being used for cultivating cluster beans. In 2011, the land earned the panchayat Rs 75,000 and the income rose to Rs 1.75 lakh in 2013.

    Sardara Singh said while the land was in possession of Pawan Kumar and was being used by the paper mill, the owners laid an underground pipeline to discharge effluents into the next piece of land, belonging to the panchayat of the adjoining Chajumajra village, under the jurisdiction of Ambala.

    He said the village panchayat was still fighting a legal battle with the private mill to reclaim about six bighas of the common land, which had been in its illegal possession for the last 15 years.
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    • #22

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      Re : Chandigarh Ongoing Rates in Ambala City and Cantonment

      Rs 4,000 cr to be spent to improve power supply

      Tribune News Service

      Ambala, November 12
      The power utilities plan to spend more than Rs.4,000 crore to strengthen the power distribution system in the state. Besides, the power distribution system in 36 towns, each having a population of more than 30,000, would be renovated and strengthened under the Restructured Accelerated Power Development and Reforms Programme (RAPDRP) of the Central Government.

      Devinder Singh, Chairman-cum-Managing Director (CMD) of the state power utilities, said the power utilities had chalked out plans to provide the best services to power consumers.

      He said special emphasis was being laid on recoveries and keeping the cost of power in tandem with its generation cost to improve the utilities' financial health. He said the revision of tariff was necessary to meet the increased power purchase cost, which was approximately 70 per cent of the total cost of supply.

      He said the utilities were trying had to rein in the aggregate technical and commercial (AT&C) losses in rural areas, which were over 60 per cent at present.
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      • #23

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        Re : Chandigarh Ongoing Rates in Ambala City and Cantonment

        Ambala buildings lack fire safety measures

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        Ambala, November 22
        Most of the multi-storeyed government and private buildings in Ambala lack mandatory fire safety measures. A number of high-rise structures of private nursing homes and even the civil hospital have not obtained NOC from the fire department. The multi-storeyed buildings of the civil secretariat, lawyer chambers and police complex are not safe as no fire extinguishers are available there. Underground and overhead water storage tanks reserved exclusively for the firefighting purpose are also missing there.

        Recently, a fire was broke out in the storeroom of the SDM office located in the civil secretariat. Documents related to registration of vehicles and driving licences were damaged in the fire, as no fire extinguisher was available there to douse the flames till the arrival of fire tenders.
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        • #24

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          Re : Chandigarh Ongoing Rates in Ambala City and Cantonment

          Anyone please update about latest rates in Ambala cantt

          Thanks
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          • #25

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            Re : Chandigarh Ongoing Rates in Ambala City and Cantonment

            Obeying HC orders, Ambala administration removes encroachments
            Manish Sirhindi
            Tribune News Service

            Ambala, April 3

            Following the directions of Punjab and Haryana High Court, the Deputy Commissioner and MC Commissioner Dr Saket Kumar ordered large-scale removal of encroachments from Sadar Bazar, Bajaja Bazar and Subzi Mandi in the Ambala cantonment today.

            SDM Vinay Partap Singh, along with the police force and employees of the corporation, started the encroachment removal campaign early this morning, which continued till late in the evening. Some of the shopkeepers protested against the drive.

            Advocate of Ambala cantonment SKS Bedi had filed a PIL for removal of encroachments from the markets, as a result of which the Punjab and Haryana High court had asked the district administration to remove these.

            The administration, besides removing the encroachments, had also asked the people to remove them voluntarily.

            Former DC of Ambala KM Pandurang had led the campaign in October 2013 to remove encroachments in the Bajaja Bazar, Sadar Bazar, Subzi Mandi, Bans Bazar Dal Mandi, Gur Mandi and other markets and also warned the people to shun from encroaching upon the government land.

            In the tenure of Sekhar Vidharthi also, encroachments in large number were removed from Railway Bazar, Cross Road No 12, Gawal Mandi, Kabadi Bazar and the shopkeepers were also challaned.

            The officers of the administration have held interactions with the office-bearers of the shopkeeper associations a number of times and have also asked them to remove the encroachments.

            The Punjab and Haryana High Court, during a hearing in March, had expressed displeasure at the slow pace of implementation of its orders and had asked the administration to take strict action and submit an action taken report by April 11. The court had also warned the district officials of strict action for dereliction of their duty.

            The court had also directed the current and former district officials to appear before the court.
            Dil Jawan Hai To Jahan Hai

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            • #26

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              Re : Chandigarh Ongoing Rates in Ambala City and Cantonment

              120 jhuggis razed in Ambala
              Our Correspondent

              Ambala, May 8

              The Public Works Department today razed around 120 jhuggies located under the railway overbridge near Aggarsain Chowk in Ambala City. Most of the jhuggi owners had been residing there for the past two decades and had ration as well as Aaadhar cards.

              The demolition squad reached there this morning along with the police and asked the Jhuggie’s owners to remove their goods. Most of them demolished their jhuggis themselves even as a few protested against the action. Some jhuggis located under this overbridge were removed a few months ago and their owners were allotted one-room flats at Ambala Cantt under the National Housing Scheme.

              Official sources said the owners of the the jhuggis demolished today would also be accommodated under this scheme.

              Jhuggi owners Narayan Das, Prem Singh and Pappi said they had to live in the open till they were allotted new accommodation. They said they would meet the Deputy Commissioner soon to air their grievances .
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              • #27

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                Re : Chandigarh Ongoing Rates in Ambala City and Cantonment

                I am looking for a farm house land near Ambala Cantt or Ambala City. I would appreciate if anyone can suggest good area and price.

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                • #28

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                  Re : Chandigarh Ongoing Rates in Ambala City and Cantonment

                  Property registration in Ambala Sadar: HC notice to Haryana, Ambala MC on PIL

                  The Punjab and Haryana High Court on Friday issued notices to the Haryana government and the Ambala Municipal Corporation on a PIL seeking registration of properties in excised area of Ambala Cantt, also known as Ambala Sadar.

                  The petition, filed by advocate SKS Bedi, came up for hearing before a division bench comprising Justices SS Saron and Gurmit Ram and the court directed the authorities concerned to file their replies by May 19.

                  The petitioner has sought directions for quashing of three letters issued in 1997 by which the authorities stopped registration of the sale deeds. The petitioner also sought constitution of a special investigation team to probe that despite issuance of the three “illegal letters”, the registration of sale deed/transfer deed were allowed according to the whims and fancies of the administration.


                  - See more at: Property registration in Ambala Sadar: HC notice to Haryana, Ambala MC on PIL | The Indian Express
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                  • #29

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                    Re : Chandigarh Ongoing Rates in Ambala City and Cantonment

                    Originally posted by vik99 View Post
                    I belong to that area Now the rates depend on various factors in that area. 1. Market - There are small shops after every 10 houses and just to give an idea, its random and depends on what type of shop it is near to the plot. 2. Corner - There are huge number of small lanes (roads) cutting each other and so is the number of corner units 3. Water problem - There are some areas where water gets filled in rainy season, which will effect the price. I know some areas where price has not moved since last 4 years and those areas are better than Mahesnagar, just because of water problem. And in total 25-30 % of the roads has this problem 4. Neighbouhood - Immediate neighbours contruction quality, I mean just next 3-4 houses will have 10-15% price change. Are you looking to buy or sell ? I will not recommend buying in these areas for investment.
                    any idea about current rates
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