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    Meet promises better public transportation

    tnn | Nov 5, 2018, 05:29 IST

    The concluding ceremony on UMI was held on Sunday

    Nagpur: No Metro project can be successful without a robust public transportation, and standing foremost in that line is the bus transit system which should be strengthened, said Nitin Karir, principal secretary to urban development department, on Sunday.

    “We talk a lot about public transport system being faulty and no pedestrian walkways being provided. It is high time we strengthened these systems, especially when the Metro is about to get operational,” he said.

    Karir was speaking at the concluding ceremony of Urban Mobility India Conference 2018, organized by Maharashtra Metro Rail Corporation Limited at Chitnavis Centre. The three-day conference discussed various mobility issues that arose due to urbanization and gave ingenious solutions.

    One such solution that tackles the problem of unavailability of public transportation on time is e-scooter, bicycle and keyless scooter introduced by MahaMetro that will run by the start of 2019. These scooters and bicycles by a Bengaluru-based venture Bonus Share will be operational through a mobile application and aims to ease the problem of hailing a public transport.

    Talking to TOI, a company personnel said, “As of now, we have only signed MoU with MahaMetro and discussions with Nagpur Municipal Corporation (NMC) are underway to finalize routes, focus areas and prices. We will introduce subscription-based scooters as well. A fully charged e-scooter can run up to 80km with 60km/hour as its top speed. The user can leave the scooter at the Metro station and can even take one home.”

    Also present at the function were mayor Nanda Jichkar, MP Dr Vikas Mahatme, MD of Nagpur Metro Brijesh Dixit and additional secretary MoHUA Sanjay Murthy.

    Citing necessity for a ‘green energy revolution’, Mahatme said, “There is a desperate need for end-to end solution for mobility, especially in a rapidly growing urban setting. Taking examples from metro cities like Mumbai, we must also start using green fuels and bring about a new energy revolution.”

    Drawing parallels with Mumbai locals, Jichkar said, “Public transportation is not only environment-friendly but it also strengthens social relationships.”

    Various national level prizes were given at the event. Among the many, Kochi Metro won the award for best non-motorized transportation project for its smooth pedestrian movement.

    Karnataka State Road Transport and Bangalore Metro Service bagged the title of best city service award. Ahmedabad Municipal Corporation got the best city award for urban transport initiative.








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      24x7 water? Not a single drop despiteconnections, meters given a year ago

      Anjaya Anparthi | TNN | Nov 5, 2018, 03:44 IST



      Nagpur: Residents of Mamta Society, Sonegaon, were given new water connections and meters under 24x7 water supply project a year ago. Water bills are also being distributed regularly. But the residents did not get a single drop of water in the last 12 months clearly exposing improper execution by private operator — Orange City Water Private Limited (OCW) and bringing bad name to the Nagpur Municipal Corporation’s (NMC) ambitious project.

      Eight residents of Mamta Society lodged a complaint with the NMC executive engineer, water works department, a couple of days ago. “We were not having household water connections and depended on own wells. OCW laid household water connections and also installed meters in November last. We were told that we will be getting 24x7 water supply. In reality, we are getting water bills only every quarter. We are yet to get a single drop of water,” they said.

      The complainants further stated that the bills are issued with zero reading. “We had lodged complaints with the NMC and also OCW twice in the past. This complaint is the third one. Also, NMC and OCW officials must have come to know about no water supply from the zero readings. OCW officials visited our area once and assured to resolve the issue soon, but nothing happened till date,” they said.

      The residents are being issued water bills for Rs227 per quarter and also asked to pay it. “All bills raised on us should be set aside. Water supply to our area should be started soon,” they demanded.

      An NMC official told TOI that it was a mistake and negligence on part of the OCW. “I visited the area and also discussed the issue with the OCW staffers. Nagpur Improvement Trust (NIT) or developer of the layout has laid water pipelines. Part of a pipeline is on the premises of one house. Need is to locate the pipeline and place a valve on it. Water supply can be started once the valve is opened. OCW staffers should have convinced the owner of the house or laid a bypass pipeline, but done nothing. I have directed the OCW to submit a proposal in this regard soon,” he said.

      A couple of days ago, at a public event, Union minister Nitin Gadkari had slammed the NMC for the inordinate delay in completing the project.

      As per the NMC’s data, 48,000 of the total 3.20 lakh households are getting 24x7 water supply. The central and state governments’ deadline to complete the project was March 31, 2012. The deadline of the NMC and OCW was March 1, 2017.

      The only work that is all set to be completed is replacement of old network by the new one. Of the total length of 676.10km, work has been completed on 609.66km (90.17%) network.

      Household connections is another component of the project. Of the target of 3.20 lakh, work has been completed on 1.75 lakh (54.75%). The delay is likely to increase the project’s cost to a great extent.

      Interestingly, corporators and many of the citizens are not happy with the services in the areas where the project has been completed. Corporators from almost all political parties had complained in the general body meetings about improper execution of the project. Also, the project is marred with allegations of various types of irregularities.

      OCW spokesperson did not respond to TOI’s messages and email.







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        MahaMetro sets up safety park on Hingna Road

        Ashish Roy | TNN | Nov 5, 2018, 12:17 IST


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        NAGPUR: In order to train its workers and that of other infrastructure agencies, MahaMetro has set up a safety park on its plantation Little Woods’ premises on Hingna Road.

        Giving deatils about the park to the media, MahaMetro managing director Brijesh Dixit said, “It consists of three hexagonal structures of around 600 square feet each. The first structure will serve as training hall for Metro staffers, construction workers and visitors, especially those from schools and colleges. It is designed to accommodate around 30 persons at a time. New, used or damaged hand tools used in the project and their safety would be on display there.”

        “This hall is also equipped with display screen, projector and audio system. Posters of best practices followed in the project have been put up there. Mannequin displaying personal protective equipment (PPE) is also kept there. PPE is clothing and equipment designed to protect workers from physical hazards when at work,” said Dixit.

        “The second hexagon will have an excavation prototype, models using safety control measures during excavation, prototype of pile rig machine, pile winch machine, excavator, tower crane and safety control measures. A LED screen will show audio visuals of safety precautions and measures being taken,” said the MD.

        “Safety control measures and practices adopted during segment launching have been showcased by prototypes of launching girders and ground support structures, including display of traffic safety precautions in the third hexagon. Prototypes of tyre mounted crane, trailers and traffic cones, water barriers, caution tapes, baton lights and traffic flags have been displayed there,” he said.








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          Fortune Mall developer restrained from selling any shops, deposit Rs40 cr

          Anjaya Anparthi | TNN | Nov 6, 2018, 03:23 IST

          The arbitrator has also asked the developer to deposit 40 crore

          Nagpur: Arbitrator KJ Rohee, a retired HC judge, has directed Fortune Mall developer Gigeo Constructions, owner Chhagan Patel, and land owner Subhash Buty from selling, alienating or leasing any space or shop in the mall, also known as Buty Palace and proposed Pulse Care Hospital, till final order of the arbitration case. The arbitrator has also asked the developer to deposit Rs40 crore with it.

          Appointed by the Nagpur bench of Bombay High Court (HC), Rohee passed the interim order on October 31. SS Fabricators and Manufacturers, and one more party had filed a case with the HC, which had appointed the arbitrator.

          Following the interim order, petitioners’ advocate Shyam Dewani issued a public notice warning public at large not to enter into any transaction for sale, purchase, rent, lease, leave and license etc in relation to spaces or shops in the mall situated at Munje Square, Sitabuldi.

          The petition and interim order show that the petitioners had purchased 15 shops on the mall’s second floor by paying Rs5 crore of the total deal worth Rs5.50 crore in 2005. Since then, the developer has allegedly not given possession of the shops.

          The petitioners had filed a case with the district court in this regard. The court reportedly restrained the developer from selling any space or shops, and also asked them to submit a bank guarantee of Rs10 crore. The developer challenged the order in the HC, where the two parties arrived at a settlement, where the developer was supposed to pay Rs12.50 crore to the petitioners and resolve the case.

          Dewani told TOI the developer did not comply with the orders of the district court as well as the HC. “Post dated cheques given by the developer to petitioners also bounced. Petitioners filed a contempt petition in the district court, which is pending,” he said.

          In the arbitration, the petitioners have asked for Rs44.26 crore from the developer, following which the arbitrator asked the respondent to deposit Rs40 crore.

          The mall has been facing controversy for various reasons. It does not have fire compliance or occupancy certificates, and also has violations of building plan. NMC fire and emergency services department has directed snapping of power and water supply to the mall. The developer has reportedly submitted an application to revise the building plan.






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            PWD asphalting good road marked for concretization

            Anjaya Anparthi | tnn | Nov 6, 2018, 05:26 IST



            Nagpur: The state’s Public Works Department (PWD) has started to asphalt a stretch of VIP Road between Deekshabhoomi Square and Alankar Square even though it is in a good condition.

            Shockingly, the road is also marked for concretization under Nagpur Municipal Corporation’s (NMC) cement concrete road project phase-III. The asphalting is meant to ensure a smooth ride for delegates at the Indian Roads Congress’ (IRC) convention from November 22 to 25 at Divisional Sports Stadium, Mankapur.

            The work is sheer waste of public money, and rubbing salt on the wounds of citizens facing serious problems due to bad roads across the city. The PWD contractor started asphalting the right side of the road from Deekshabhoomi Square on Monday morning. The stretch up to main gate of Deekshabhoomi had been completed by evening.

            PWD officials told TOI the road on both sides will be asphalted up to Alankar Square. They also said more roads up to Mankapur stadium will be asphalted. This is being done at the cost of some lakhs.

            The stretch from Deekshabhoomi Square to Kachipura Square was repaired for Dhammachakra Pravartan Din at Deekshabhoomi last month. The NMC hotmix department had undertaken patchwork so the entire stretch was without potholes or bad surface layer. This is clearly visible on the side of the road where asphalting is yet to commence.

            The stretch between Kachipura Square and Alankar Square too is in satisfactory condition.

            An NMC official told TOI the stretch between Deekshabhoomi Square and Alankar Square is part of package no-IX under cement concrete road project phase-III. “Total cost of the package is Rs 20.58 crore. The preliminary works like survey of utilities below the road, nullahs etc is going on. Concretization will start in a couple of months,” the official said.

            The official added the list of roads in phase-III was also sent to state’s PWD a couple of months ago. An official from PWD said the road was being repaired on NMC’s request.

            Another PWD official said the road comes under PWD’s jurisdiction so it was being asphalted. “We are repairing all PWD controlled roads in the city,” he said.

            NMC official said they had no idea about PWD plan to asphalt the road. “I came to know about the work in the afternoon and requested PWD chief engineer Ulhas Debadwar to look into the issue,” he said.

            Debadwar is also holding officiating charge as chief engineer of NMC.

            Activist Anil Wadpalliwar demanded an inquiry and stringent action against PWD officials. “Many roads are in a bad condition. The roads under PWD, especially Amravati Road, road from Ambazari Garden to University Campus Square, Inner Ring Road, roads linking city with adjoining towns etc are in bad condition. Still, the road connecting airport to Mankapur Stadium is being asphalted only for delegates,” he said.

            Wadpalliwar added an inquiry should also be conducted into the funds sanctioned by PWD for the event. “IRC should spend funds for its event, not the cash-strapped government,” he said.

            He also said PWD is part of the government, which should give similar funds for repair of roads to NMC and NIT.







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              Flat scheme row: City Survey gives report against NIT

              Anjaya Anparthi | tnn | Nov 6, 2018, 05:28 IST
              Nagpur: The tussle for ownership of a piece of land in Swawlambi Nagar, mouza Bhamti in South-West Nagpur, seems to be tilted against Nagpur Improvement Trust (NIT) as the city survey department has rejected the claim of the planning authority and upheld the ownership of a private citizen.

              NIT has claimed ownership as well as reservation of veterinary hospital on the land on which a builder — Prayag Developers — is constructing a flat scheme on behalf of owner Nalini Bute. TOI, on August 8, had reported that Nagpur Municipal Corporation (NMC), for a second time, had sanctioned a flat scheme on the land despite NIT claiming its ownership and reservation.

              Taking cognizance of the TOI report, municipal commissioner Virendra Singh had issued stop construction order and constituted a three-member committee of additional municipal commissioner Ram Joshi, deputy municipal commissioner Nitin Kapadnis and assistant director of town planning Pramod Gawande for conducting an inquiry.

              As part of the inquiry, the NMC had asked city survey department to give its report. Accordingly, the department conducted inspection on October 11. NIT divisional officer (west) Pankaj Ambhorkar, NMC junior engineer Dipak Meshram, member of Bute family Nikhilesh and president of The Process Server Cooperative Housing Society Sanjay Nakhate were present during the inspection.

              The city survey department submitted a report to the NMC on October 16 rejecting the NIT’s claim.

              “The department had inspected the plot earlier on January 27, 2017 also and issued a record (Ka Prat). The inspection and verification of documents clearly showed that the land belongs to Bute. Also, Bute has possession of the land. Therefore, the NIT’s demand to cancel our record will be improper,” the city survey said.

              Now, the NMC’s committee will submit its report to Singh following which the latter will take a decision. An NIT official told TOI that an appeal would be filed with the office of superintendent of land records (SLR) that is superior authority of the city survey department.

              Earlier, the NIT had alleged that it was nothing less than a scam to issue the record in favour of Bute.

              “NIT is a government agency and also planning authority in the city. We are residents of the layout in which the land is situated. NIT has developed a library adjacent to it and leased out the other side. How can this particular land belong to a private person,” Nakhate questioned.








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                Ramjhula ROB phase two to open for public in January

                Ashish Roy | TNN | Updated: Nov 6, 2018, 14:27 IST


                The initial cost of the project was Rs 46 crore. So far, about Rs 113 crore have been spent.

                NAGPUR: After a wait of over twelve years, the phase II of Ramjhula railway overbridge (ROB) is finally going to be open for public in January. Sources in Maharashtra State Road Development Corporation (MSRDC) said that the main structure was ready and only miscellaneous works like construction of footpath remained.

                The work order of the two phases of Ramjhula was issued in January 2006. Both were to be completed by July 2009. However, due to various reasons the project got inordinately delayed. The first phase opened in December 2014. MSRDC then demolished the old ROB and began construction on the second phase.

                A source in MSRDC said that there were various reasons for the delay. “We had problems in acquiring railway land. Then, there was problem in procurement of cables from South Korea, Japan and South Africa. The obtaining of various permissions from railway also got delayed,” he added.

                The initial cost of the project was Rs46 crore. So far, about Rs113 crore have been spent and some more money will be used in the finishing work. Thus, the cost has escalated by over 150%.

                According to the source, the length of the ROB, including approaches, is 600 metre. “It is a six-lane structure with three lanes in each bridge. The length of the cable stayed bridge is 200m. The height of the ROBs is 56m.

                The official said that the state government had revised the cost to Rs70 crore but actual expenditure went up as Rs25 crore had to be paid to railways as maintenance charges. The project consultant RITES charged about Rs6 crore.

                According to MSRDC records, the project got nine extension and will need a tenth. The first extension was given in April 2010 (nine months after the deadline) for eight months. The ninth extension was given till January 2018. MSRDC is taking one more year extra beyond this deadline.

                The completion of the second phase of the ROB will, however, not solve the traffic problem at Jaistambh Square. Union transport minister Nitin Gadkari has, therefore, asked MahaMetro to demolish the Station Road flyover and construct a six lane road in its place. A flyover will also be constructed on Kingsway.

                ROB being weakened

                An absolute lack of civic sense coupled with apathy of police is weakening the phase II of Ramjhula even before it has been opened for traffic. Slum children are cracking the cement slab of the structure to extract steel used in the bridge. This steel is being to sold to scrap dealers for a handful of rupees. MSRDC officials are also in a deep slumber.










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                  Fortune Mall developer can't sell shops: Arbitrator KJ Rohee

                  Anjaya Anparthi | TNN | Updated: Nov 6, 2018, 14:30 IST


                  The arbitrator has also asked the developer to deposit 40 crore

                  NAGPUR: Arbitrator KJ Rohee, a retired HC judge, has directed Fortune Mall developer Gigeo Constructions, owner Chhagan Patel, and land owner Subhash Buty from selling, alienating or leasing any space or shop in the mall, also known as Buty Palace and proposed Pulse Care Hospital, till final order of the arbitration case. The arbitrator has also asked the developer to deposit Rs40 crore with it.

                  Appointed by the Nagpur bench of Bombay High Court (HC), Rohee passed the interim order on October 31. SS Fabricators and Manufacturers, and one more party had filed a case with the HC, which had appointed the arbitrator.

                  Following the interim order, petitioners’ advocate Shyam Dewani issued a public notice warning public at large not to enter into any transaction for sale, purchase, rent, lease, leave and license etc in relation to spaces or shops in the mall situated at Munje Square, Sitabuldi.

                  The petition and interim order show that the petitioners had purchased 15 shops on the mall’s second floor by paying Rs5 crore of the total deal worth Rs5.50 crore in 2005. Since then, the developer has allegedly not given possession of the shops.

                  The petitioners had filed a case with the district court in this regard. The court reportedly restrained the developer from selling any space or shops, and also asked them to submit a bank guarantee of Rs10 crore. The developer challenged the order in the HC, where the two parties arrived at a settlement, where the developer was supposed to pay Rs12.50 crore to the petitioners and resolve the case.

                  Dewani told TOI the developer did not comply with the orders of the district court as well as the HC. “Post dated cheques given by the developer to petitioners also bounced. Petitioners filed a contempt petition in the district court, which is pending,” he said.

                  In the arbitration, the petitioners have asked for Rs44.26 crore from the developer, following which the arbitrator asked the respondent to deposit Rs40 crore.

                  The mall has been facing controversy for various reasons. It does not have fire compliance or occupancy certificates, and also has violations of building plan. NMC fire and emergency services department has directed snapping of power and water supply to the mall. The developer has reportedly submitted an application to revise the building plan.










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                    PDKV to give lush green land for Futala Lake alternate rd

                    Anjaya Anparthi | tnn | Nov 7, 2018, 05:49 IST



                    Nagpur: Decks have been cleared for a new road to divert traffic while the stretch along Futala Lake is closed for redevelopment. Dr Panjabrao Deshmukh Krishi Vidyapeeth (PDKV) has agreed to hand over its lush green land for the new road connecting Bharat Nagar Square on Amravati Road to Maharashtra Jeevan Pradhikaran (MJP) office at Telangkhedi Hanuman Mandir Road.

                    TOI was the first to highlight the proposal by Nagpur Municipal Corporation (NMC) and MahaMetro to develop the 18 meter wide and 500 meter long cement concrete road.

                    PDKV registrar Prakash Kadu told TOI the executive council headed by vice-chancellor gave consent to hand over the land. “The proposed road is reserved in city’s development plan (DP) approved in 2001. Therefore, PDKV has cleared the proposal,” he said.

                    Kadu said the proposed road will not have any impact on PDKV’s Centre of Excellence for Citrus at the site. “PDKV has imposed a condition that NMC will construct and hand over compound wall along the road on both sides to protect its remaining land. Also, PDKV has asked for erection of two gates since the land will be divided into two parts because of the road,” he said.

                    PDKV gave clearance for the project last month and submitted it to the agriculture department. Now, the state government will approve it.

                    The road will come up where tall trees planted by PDKV are situated. PDKV’s Centre of Excellence for Citrus will be on the right side of the road. Developed under Indo-Israel project, the centre produces over a lakh saplings of orange and mossambi, which are sold to farmers every year.

                    NMC sources told TOI city MP and union minister Nitin Gadkari or CM Devendra Fadnavis directed PDKV, so the issue was resolved without any delay. “PDKV usually refuses to give land for development projects. PDKV delayed handing over land for new road behind Morbhavan for years. PDKV is also not giving land for proposed cycling and jogging track along VIP Road,” sources said.

                    Green activists are likely to condemn the decision. Around one hectare lush green land will be converted into the road. A large number of big trees, including teak, are situated on the land. Also, the area is home to various species of birds, monkeys etc. Over 500 trees will need to be chopped. The movement of vehicles will also have an impact on greenery as well as resident birds and animals.

                    The development plan also includes widening of the road from MJP office to Telangkhedi Hanuman Mandir to WCL Head Office. This will also bring down some trees.

                    The road will be permanent, and will be open even after completion of Futala Lake redevelopment project costing Rs112 crore. MahaMetro, which has been assigned the redevelopment project, will also construct the road.

                    For the redevelopment project, MahaMetro has started tendering process for construction of tunnel road and viewers gallery in place of existing road along the lake.

                    As per the revised plan, the gallery with seating capacity of over 4,000 will come up facing the lake. The tunnel road will be constructed behind the gallery. Both will come up in the space taken up by the existing road.

                    Parking and restaurants will come up behind the tunnel road, where the restaurants used to exist till last month.







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                      In a first, MPCB tests air for metals emitted by crackers

                      Manka Behl | tnn | Nov 7, 2018, 11:43 IST

                      Nagpur: For the first time, the city’s air is being tested for presence of harmful heavy metals and elements emitted by firecrackers.

                      The monitoring is being carried out by regional office of Maharashtra Pollution Control Board (MPCB) as per recent directives of Supreme Court.

                      During a recent hearing, the apex court directed Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB), a statutory body under the ministry of environment, forest and climate change (MoEFCC), to monitor air quality in all cities 7 days before and after Diwali.

                      Starting from October 31, the air quality will be monitored extensively till November 15, informed MPCB’s regional director Rahul Wankhede. The board is carrying out monitoring at three stations: Udyog Bhavan, Civil Lines, Government Polytechnic College, Sadar and Institution of Engineers, Ramdaspeth.

                      Visvesvaraya National Institute of Technology (VNIT) is helping the board to monitor and test the air. As per the protocol, the ambient air is being tested for usual parameters like particulate matter (PM) 10 and 2.5, Sulphur dioxide (SO2), oxides of nitrogen (NOx), metals and elements like lead, nickel, aluminium, barium, strontium and iron.

                      “Till last year, we would do air quality monitoring for basic parameters. This is the first time we are carrying out an extensive 14-day monitoring for different parameters,” said MPCB’s sub-regional officer Hema Deshpande.

                      The samples are being tested and analysed at the board’s laboratory in Nagpur. The results will be forwarded to the CPCB which will submit it to the Supreme Court. “For every parameter, we are recording 24-hour average readings at all locations,” said Dilip Lataye, professor at VNIT.

                      “For all the pollutants, we are taking an average of three readings in order to get accurate results. It is important to assess the quantity of metals in ambient air. While they are used in crackers mostly for light effects, they pose a huge health threat when suspended in air after bursting of crackers,” said Vishwajeet Thakur, senior scientific officer and lab-in charge of MPCB, adding that many pollutants are responsible for causing respiratory ailments.

                      MPCB also plans to assess the contribution of firecrackers in ambient air pollution. “For all the three locations, we have a baseline data for previous years. So, we will be able to compare the rise in pollution due to crackers,” added Deshpande.

                      On Thursday, the board had conducted a pre-Diwali test for firecrackers during which it found that noise levels of all the crackers were within the permissible limit.













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