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    RANCHI: The Jharkhand State Pollution Control Board (JSPCB) in collaboration with the transport department will launch a drive from the next month to keep a strict vigil on commercial and private vehicles plying in the state to tackle the rising level of pollution. Polluting vehicles will be impounded during the drive. to be jointly carried by the transport department and the JSPCB.

    JSPCB chairman Mani Shankar said, "A special pollution control campaign will be held in April to check vehicular pollution accompanied with noise pollution."

    For the drive, enforcement teams will be constituted and deployed at all major intersections of the state. These units will also examine pressure horns that cause severe noise pollution and check related documents.

    The teams will be deployed with pollution checking equipment which will instantly examine the pollution level. After the checking, a sticker having tamper-proof hologram will be pasted by the teams. Number of vehicles has increased 20 times since 2000 when the state was formed which has added to the air pollution to a maximum level increasing highly toxic gases in the atmosphere. District transport officer A K Singh said, "Per year near about 60,000 vehicles are registered in the city." tnn

    Citing norms, he said motorists should get "pollution under control" (PUC) certificates for their vehicles after every three months, but for Euro-IV vehicles that emit less harmful gases, pollution certificate is required at an interval of a year. He added that the pollution control drive should be held every month to ensure strict compliance of the pollution control norms.

    There is a provision of charging fine from the offenders who do not have a PUC certificate. DSP traffic R N Singh said, "According to the Motor Vehicles Act, if an offender does not have a PUC, he will be charged Rs 1,000 for the first time and if he repeats the offence, Rs 2,000 will be charged."

    However, residents are bound to face severe consequences on health because of the rising level of pollution as the air ambient quality in the city has also deteriorated in the past few decades.

    The drive will be carried out to check the rising level of pollution in the city in which the major area of focus will be on heavy vehicles like trucks and buses which add to the level of noise pollution to greater extent.











    Special drive in April to control pollution - The Times of India
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    Aadhaar must for land registration from Jan

    RANCHI: The state government has decided to make use of Aadhaar cards (Unique Identity Number) mandatory in registration of land from January 1, 2014.

    The decision was taken by a high-powered committee headed by chief secretary R S Sharma following a review of the land reform and revenue department.

    Sources in the land reform and revenue department said the decision to make the use of Aadhaar mandatory was taken with an aim to bring transparency in land deals.

    Till now, various identity proofs including driving licence and PAN card were accepted. All registration offices in the state will be informed about the decision and will have to strictly follow the guideline from January onward.

    "It was noticed that same land was sold by the owner to different customers by using different identity proof. From January onwards, all registration will be based on Aadhaar and so there will be no chance of duplicity," said a source.

    The chief secretary said from January everyone involved in land deal would have to produce Aadhaar card at the time of registration. Witnesses would also require to carry Aadhaar cards along with them.

    "We are confident that the new guideline will be a boon to customers who are cheated by sellers in absence of single verification system. Since the Aadhaar number is unique, no one can use it for sale or purchase of the same plot twice," said Sharma.








    Aadhaar must for land registration from Jan - The Times of India
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      Tough action against Hazaribag stone crushers

      HAZARIBAG: Having received reports of large scale illegal operation and mining in the thick forest belt of Kumardiha in Hazaribag district, DC Manish Ranjan on Tuesday directed district mining officer Narayan Ram, forest department officials and police to visit the site.

      Ranjan asked the DMO to destroy the illegal stone crushing machines and arrest the owners for not taking pollution clearance certificate, NOC and lease from the government.











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        Bokaro administration acquiring land for widening NH-23

        BOKARO: The district administration has initiated the process of land acquisition for widening of National Highway-23 (Ranchi-Bokaro) and National Highway-32 (Bokaro-Dhanbad) in the district. It is a massive project to divide the present road into four lanes.

        District administration officials have identified the plots and are in the process to acquire it. The deputy collector, land reform (DCLR), Bokaro, Sundeep Kumar, who has been entrusted with the duty to carry out the acquisition process, held several meetings with the land owners and local residents to learn about their complaints and grievances.

        Kumar said the NH-32 originates at Telmouchu and passes through Bokaro to Purulia ( West Bengal) border. It will be bifurcated into four lanes. Meanwhile, for fulfilling the long-pending demand of residents for a bye-pass connecting ITI Moad to Ukrid Moad, the administration has taken initiative to construct four lanes there.

        "We have held several talks with the land owners whose land will be acquired for the projects. There are a few hurdles which will be resolved soon," he said. Kumar also said there are few roadside temples which will have to be removed.









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            BJP MP asks Modi to set up airport in East Singhbhum district


            JAMSHEDPUR: BJP MP from Jamshedpur Bidyut Baran Mahato has demanded Prime Minister Narendra Modi set up an airport in the vicinity of the steel city to ensure rapid development of the mineral-rich Kolhan region.

            "During a meeting with Modi in the midst of the current session of Parliament, I had taken up the issue with him and demanded for setting up an airport in the mineral-rich East Singhbhum distirct," Mahato said.

            Mahato told a press conference development of an airport would boost the growth of region by a whopping three to four times in view of the availability of minerals including iron-ore, gold, copper and uranium.

            Mahato, who expressed dissatisfaction over the poor condition of National Highway 33, said the airport issue was discussed a couple of times with the concerned Union Aviation Minister, who had assured to give his nod if land was available for it.

            He was referring to the proposal for setting up an International Airport by Tatas in Gamariah in adjoining Seraikela-Kharswan distirct.

            As acquisiton of land was a major issue, Mahato said he had urged the Prime Minister to develop the abandoned airport in Chakulia (East Singhbhum district), about 60 km from here.

            Developed in 1942 during the World War II, the abandoned airport has a 13 km-long run way which needed small investment to improve.







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                  Jharkhand to construct 172,588 dwelling units under PM housing scheme in FY17

                  To construct houses in this fiscal, Rs 1,30,000 for Maoist-affected and Rs 1,20,000 for non-Naxal-hit rural areas would be released,siad N N Sinha.
                  PTI | Jun 25, 2016, 12.05 PM IST


                  RANCHI: Setting a target to build five lakh houses by 2022, Jharkhand government will construct a total 1,72,588 dwelling units under the Prime Minister Housing scheme-rural in 2016/17.

                  To construct houses in this fiscal, Rs 1,30,000 for Maoist-affected and Rs 1,20,000 for non-Naxal-hit rural areas would be released, an official release quoting Principal Secretary, Rural Development Department, N N Sinha said here.

                  A workshop has been convened on July 2 in this connection with people connected with housing construction being invited and suggestions by specialists were invited for better construction.

                  In all, 17 designs for housing were prepared for different geographical areas, the release said.

                  The beneficiaries would be selected on the basis of socio-economic survey, 2011, Sinha said adding, the final phase of selection would be done through the Gram Sabha.

                  The beneficiaries could also appeal to a committee headed by deputy development commissioner if they were not satisfied with the Gram Sabha decision.

                  Earlier the scheme was known as Indira Awas, for which Rs 70,000 used to be allotted for plain areas and Rs 75,000 for hilly and Naxal-affected areas, the release said.

                  Under the scheme, the beneficiaries could build their house as per their wish and could also take loan from bank if they wanted to increase the underlined 25 square metre area, and the rural development department was in touch with state level bankers committee, Sinha said.

                  The beneficiaries would also get grant of Rs 15,000 wages from MG-NREGA and Rs 12,000 for toilet construction from the Drinking and Sanitation department.

                  They would also get smoke-proof stove and gas cylinder connection and electricity through solar energy.

                  Under the skill development mission, the department would train 100 masons this fiscal, the release add.






                  Jharkhand to construct 172,588 dwelling units under PM housing scheme in FY17 | ET RealEstate
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