Sunday, December 20, 2009
Vasundhara Enclave RWA, Flat No.715, New Delhi Aptt., Vasundhara Enclave,Delhi-96 Mr J.Raj Saigal , President Mr S.B.Garg
Jt.Forum of Vasundhara Enclave, CGH Societies Ltd., 14-A, Overseas Appartments, Vasundhara Enclave, Delhi-96 Dr.AnilKr.Pandey,President Mr R.L.Tripathi, V.President Mr J.P. Sharma, Secretary
Green View Apartments RWA, 1-B, Pkt ‘C’, DDA, SFS Flat, Mayur Vihar, Ph-III, Delhi-96 Mr VMS Khosla, President Mr R.N. Mehra
Pocket A-3, Mayur Vihar-III, RWA, 188-C, Group-13, Pkt. A-3, Mayur Vihar Ph. III, Delhi- 96 Mr. D. S. Negi, President Mr. N. K. Nair, Vice. Pres. Mr. Ved Parkash, Gen. Secy.
Resident Welfare Development Association, 105-D, Pkt D-1, DDA Flats, (Janta ) Kondli, Mayur Vihar Ph-III, Delhi-96. Mr. Hira Lal Singh, President
Yuva Jan Chetna Manch, Dullupura RWA, Shahid Budh Singh Complex, Dullupura, Near Sumervilla School, Vasundhara Enclave, Delhi-96 Mr. Rishi Pal Singh Verma, Gen. Secy.
Resident Welfare Development Association, 105-D, Pkt D-1, DDA Flats, (Janta ) Kondli, Mayur Vihar Ph-III, Delhi-96. Mr. Hira Lal Singh, President
New Ashok Nagar, Block E&ED(D&E) Development Association , E-261, New Ashok Nagar, Delhi-96 Mr. Munni Lal Singh, Gen.Secy.
Village Gazipur RWA, C-34, L.B. Chaupal, Village Gazipur, Delhi-96. Mr. Jai Chand, Pres.
NDSE Co-Op CGHS Ltd., 41, Shree Niketan, NDSE Society-24, Vasundhara Enclave, Delhi-96 Mrs. Deepa Krishnan Mr. N.R.Unni, Presidnet
Mayur Vihar Phase-III,RWA, 41F, Pkt A2, Mayur Vihar Phase-III, Delhi Mr Vijay Raina, President
Mayur Vihar Phase-III RWA 46-E, Pkt A2, Phase-III, Mayur Vihar, Delhi Mr Thomas George, Secretary
Pkt A3 Apartment Ower’s Association(RWA) 165 –G, DDA LIG Flats, Mayur Vihar Ph-III, Delhi-96 A. Mr Mohan Das, President Mr KM Nandakumar, Secy
Mayur Vihar Phase-III, Pkt-IV,RWA 11-I,EHS DDA Flats, MIG Complex, M.Vihar Phase-III, Delhi-96 Mr. B.A.Chokkar, President Mr. Raj Kishore Dimri, Member
Paryatan Vihar RWA Paryatan Vihar, Vasundhara Enclave, Delhi-96. Mr. Virender Singh Mr. Gulab Singh, President
Asasiya Welfare Association, 155-A, Pkt. A-2, Mayur Vihar Ph-III, Delhi Mr. Dilip Singh Bisht, Pre. Mr. Y.R. Malhotra, Gen.Secy.
Senior Citizen Welfare Society (Regd.), 53, Samrat Apartments, B-11, Vasundhara Enclave, Delhi-96. Mr. Ranjit Kumar, General Secretary
Village Dallupura RWA, 52, Village Dallupura Near Kheda Deveta Mandir Delhi-96 Mr. Veer Kumar, President
Manavsthali Cooperative Group Housing Society Ltd.B-79, Manavsthali Apartment, Vasundhara Enclave, Delhi-96 Mr. M.C. Mathur, Secy.
Pkt A-1, LIG Flat Mayur Vihar Ph-III RWA, 26-A, Delhi-96 Mr. Yashpal Singh Yadav, Mr. A.B. Bhatnagar, Gen.Secy.
Vikas Sudhar Samiti, C-II block, New Ashok Nagar, C-II/36, Block, New Ashok Nagar, Delhi-96 Mr. Chander Pal Singh Yadav, President. Mr. Devender Singh, Gen.Secy.
New Ashok Nagar RWA, B-I/77, New Ashok Nagar, Delhi. Mr. Adesh Sharma, President Mr..Dayaram Yadav,G.Sec.
New Ashok Nagar United Development Federation A/130, New Ashok Nagar, Delhi-96 K.K.Singh, President Mr. D.N.Joshi, Gen. Secy. Mr. Ashok Aggarwal, Secy.
Pocket-D, DDA Janta Flats Mayur Vihar Ph-III RWA, 85-D, Pocket-D2, Mayur Vihar Delhi-96 Mr. Ashok Kumar, GS Dr. R. P.Singh, JS
B-Block, New Ashok Nagar RWA, B-67-A, New Ashok Nagar, Delhi-96 Mr. T.K. Chaudhary, GS Mr. K.S. Pathania,
Rehayashi Welfare Association, Mayur Vihar Ph-III, D-1/191, New Kondli, Mayur Vihar Ph-III, New Delhi-96 Mr. Jugal Kishore Gupta, Pre. Mr. Kanhiya Lal, GS
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Vivek Vihar D- Block RWA D-35, Vivek Vihar, Delhi-95 Mr. Ashwani Goel,Pres. Mr. Subhash Kakaria, Secy.
Vivek Vihar Residents Association C-300, Vivek Vihar, Phase-I, Delhi-110095 Mr. K.L. Sharma, Gen,.Secy.
Jhilmil Ekta Samiti (Regd.), C-141, Jhilmil Colony, Behind ESI Hospital, Delhi Mr. D.B. Goswami, President Mr. D.D. Bhatia, Gen.Secy.
Kasturba Nagar Sudhar Samiti 28/43, Kasturba Nagar, Shd., Delhi Mr. Santosh Taneja, Chairman Mr. Praveen Taneja, President
Vivek Vihar B Block RWA Community Hall, Vivek Vihar, Ph.-I, Delhi-110095 Mr. R.P. Gupta, Pre. Mr. D.P. Aggarwal, Vice. Pre. Mr. R.K. Ghai, Secy
Vivek Vihar Welfare Society, A-61, Vivek Vihar-I, Delhi-95 Mr. G.S. Bakshi, President
Vivek Vihar Welfare Society A-61, Vivek Vihar, Delhi-95 Mr. V.C. Sukhija, Secretary Mr. Gurbaksh Singh Bakshi
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M Block Laxmi Nagar RWA workshop No.III M Block, M-138, Laxmi Nagar, Delhi-92 Mr. B.N. Mahajan, Gen.Secy. Mr. Dinesh Gupta,. Tresurer
Joint Action Committee, 1/4, Lalita Park, Laxmi Nagar, Delhi-92 Mr. K.C. Garg, Chairman Mr. R.D. Sharma, Secy. Mr. S.P. Rana, VC
Upadhayay Block, Shakarpur, RWA, U-121, Upadhayay Block, Shakarpur, Delhi-92 Mr. Ashok Sareen, Pres. Mr. Harish Gola, Gen. Secy. Mr. Shyam Lall Rampall, VP
DDA MIG Flats Nirman Vihar Residents Welfare Society (Regd.), 3-B, DDA Flats, Nirman Vihar, Delhi-92 Mr. Jayant Papreja, Pre. Mr. Pankaj Sharma, Gen.Secy
New Rajdhani Enclave RWA, 39 or 113, New Rajdhani Enclave, Vikas Marg, Delhi-92 Mr. Devender Aggarwal, Mr. A.S. Nayyar, Mr. S.C. Gupta
Block A-G, Preet Vihar RWA, A-41, Preet Vihar, Delhi-92. Mr. Surinder Kumar Mittal, Mr. Nirmal Singh, Mr. M.C. Garg,
Garhwali Mohalla Residents Welfare Association, H & I Block Extn., Laxmi Nagar, I-147B, Gali No 11, Garhwali Mohalla, Laxmi Nagar, Delhi-92 Mr. Ramesh Baluni, Pre. Mr. Anil Kumar Aggarwal, Gen.Secy.
D-Block Laxmi Nagar Resident Welfare, D-129/6, Laxmi Nagar, Delhi-92 Mr. Ajay Gupta, Pre.
Shakarpur Village Resident Welfare, 3, Shakarpur Khas, Delhi-92 Mr. Ashok Tyagi, Pre. Mr. Ankur Tyagi Gen.Secy.
Jan Chetna Sangam, Mandawali, B-73, Mandawali(Unchepar),Delhi-110092 Mr. Ashok Kr. Sain, Pre. Mr. M.P. Pandey, GS
Krishan Kunj Colony RWA, 19, Krishan Kunj Colony, Delhi-92 Mr. Rajender Singh, Pre. Mr. S.S. Yadav, VP Mr. Rajeev Kumar. GS.
Delhi Officers Cooperative Housing Building Society Community Center, Madhuvan Bhawan, Madhuvan, Delhi-92 Mr. P.S. Sahini, Pre. Mr. O.P. Rai, Hony. Secy. Mr. K.K.Ghei, Member
Vikas Samiti, S-625, School Block Shakarpur, Delhi-92 Mr. Vinod Singh, Mr. Sharad Dixit, President
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Surajmal Vihar RWA C-174, Suraj Mal Vihar, Delhi-92 Mr.M.L. Mittal , Secy. Mr. R.N. Garg, President
The Madhuvan RWA, Community Centre, 144, Madhuvan, Delhi-92 A.C. Aggarwal, President Mr. O.P. Rai, Secy
The Railway Board Employees Co-Op Housing Society Ltd., Anand Vihar, Vikas Marg, Delhi-110092 Mr. R.N. Soni, President Mr. J.P. Menon Hony. Secy.
Vishwakarma Park RWA 11-C, Vishwa Karma Park, Delhi-92 Mr. P.K. Jain Mr. Vinay Vohra, President
Nirman Vihar RWA D-300, Nirman Vihar, Vikas Marg, Delhi-92 Mr. S. C. Kapoor, President Mr. M. L. Rajpal, Genl. Secy.
Pandav Nagar RWA House No-53, Block-J, Opp Mother Dairy, Pandav Nagar, Delhi-110092 Mr. Babulal Bharti, President Mr. Prempal Atri, Gen.Secy.
Planning Commission Cooperative House Building Society Ltd ,N.H.Park, Yojana Vihar, Delhi-92 Mr. K.B.Lall, President Mr. K.K.Rastogi, Hony Secy
M Block Residents & Shopkeeper Welfare Association, M 141, Jagat Ram Park, Laxmi Nagar, Delhi-92 Mr. P.N. Sharma, Gen Secretary Mr. Man Singh, President
Mohalla Sudhar Samiti D-Block, D-30, West Vinod Nagar, Mandawali, Delhi-92 Mr. Alam Khan, Pres. Mr. Onkar Singh, G.Secy. Mr. Mahinder Singh, VP
Mayur Vihar Phase-II, Pkt D RWA, 232, Pkt D Phase-II, Mayur Vihar, Delhi-92 Mr. D.N. Dhingra, President
Saini Co-op House Building Society Ltd., Saini Bhawan, 168,Saini Enclave, Vikas Marg, Delhi-110092 Mr. S.S. Saini,President Mr. R.S. Saini, Secretary
Bank Enclave Residents Welfare Association, PNB Society, Bank Enclave, Delhi-110092 Mr. K. L. Grover, President Mr. A. K. Puri, Secretary
Senior Citizen Residents Welfare Association, D- 198, Laxmi Nagar, Shakarpur, Delhi Mr. R.C. Garg, General Secretary
National Co-operative House Building Society, Ram Vihar, I.P. Extn.-2,Delhi-92 Mr. P.C.Gupta, President Mr. R.K. Juneja, Secy Mr. C.L.Girotra, Member
Preet Vihar RWA, G-204, Preet Vihar, Delhi-92 Mr. K.Lal, President Mr. Pradeep Vyas, Secy
Shakarpur School Block RWA S-607 B, School Block, 1&2, Shakar Pur, Delhi-92 Mr. Ashok Tyagi, President
Mandawali Gram Sudhar Samiti, 554, Gram Mandawali Fazalpur, Delhi-92. Chaudhary Ramu Pradhan, President,
Vinod Nagar RWA, 42/1B,Gali No.7, West Vinod Nagar, Delhi-110092 Mr. Sureshanand Sharma,Gen. Secretary Mr. Amar Singh Negi, Presi.
Anand Vihar RWA, D-299, Anand Vihar, I.P. Extension – II, Vikas Marg, Delhi 110 092 Mr. R.P. Aggarwal, President Mr. Vinod Kumar, Member
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Staff Co-op House Building Society LTd., Bank Enclave, Laxmi Nagar, Delhi-110092 Mr S.K. Kapoor, President Mr A.K.Puri, Secretary
Chitra Vihar RWA, 61, Chitra Vihar, Laxmi Nagar,,Delhi-92 Mr M.S. Rawat,President Mr Rohit Bhatnagar Gen Secretary
Co-operative House Building Society Ltd., Vivekanand Sadan, D- Block, Nirman Vihar, Delhi-110092 Mr B.M. Gupta, President Mr T.C.Chaudhary,. Secy. Mr Premchand, Tr.
Dayanand Vihar C.H.B.S Ltd., Ist Floor Community Centre, Dayanand Vihar, Delhi-110092 Mr S.D.Chawla, Secretary Justice R.L. Gupta
Ekta Manch, School Block, Shakarpur, Delhi-92 Mr Bhoop Singh, President
Federation of Group Housing Societies, 146, Matri Apartments, Indraprastha Extension, Delhi-92 Keshwanand, President Mr L.T.P. Sinha, Gen. Secy. Mr S.K.Biswas Secretary
Federation of Indraprastha Extension- II Housing Societies, 71, Kiran Vihar, Delhi-92 Mr S.R. Sangar, Gen Secy Mr S.S.Saini, President
Nav Yuva Samiti, 622, Guru Ram Das Nagar, Laxmi Nagar, Delhi-92 Mr Aman Dutt, Mr Bharat Kumar, President
Ganesh Nagar Welfare Association, B-63, Ganesh Nagar, Pandav Nagar, Delhi-110092 Mr Attar Singh, President Mr Ram Pd, Gen. Secy.
Jagriti Enclave RWA, 408, Jagriti Enclave, Vikas Marg, Delhi-92 Mr R.S. Sethi,President Mr Sunil Khanna, Secretary
Jan Utkarsh Shiksha Avam Sanskriti Samiti, 18, Jai Laxmi Awas, 59,IP Extn, Delhi-92 Mr J.P.S. Jain, President Ms. Sushma Jain
Joshi Colony RWA, A31, Joshi Colony, IP Extn, Delhi-92 Mr Ram Partap, President
Laxmi Nagar M-Block RWA M Block, Laxmi Nagar, Delhi-92 Mr B.N.Mahajan, Gen Secy
Master Block Yuvak Association, MB-165, Gali No-4, Shakarpur, Delhi-92 Ch. Subhash, President Mr Deepak Bansal, GS
Vinod Nagar RWA A-42/1B,New A-85, Gali No.7 (Kumaon square), West Vinod Nagar, Delhi-110092 Mr Suresh Nand Sharma, Gen.Secy Mr. Amar Singh Negi, President
School Block Resident Welfare Association, S-182, School, Shakarpur, Delhi-92 Mr S.P.Joshi, President Mr J.P.Verma, Gen Secy
The Comptroller & Auditor General Office Co-op House Buldg Society Ltd., 28, East End Enclave, Delhi-92 Mr O.P. Verma, President Mr T.N. Sant, Hony. Secy.
RWA, E-423, West Vinod Nagar, Delhi-110092 Mr. Manoj Kumar Gupta, President
RWA. (Regd.) Welfare Samiti of Ashoka Niketan Parivar, C-20, Ashok Niketan, Delhi-110092 Mr. Suresh Chauhan, Chairman
Pandav Nagar Complex-Ganesh Nagar Welfare Samiti, Hno. 39-A, Block-B, Gali No.6, Delhi-110092 Mr.S.B. Saxena, President. Mr. Jitender Kumar, office Secy.
Priyadarshni Vihar Residents’ Welfare Association, Club House, B-Block, P.D.Vihar, Delhi-92 Mr U.S.Vajpayee President Mr KK Verma, V.President Mr B.L. Poddar, V.President
Smart Apartments RWA B-11, Vasundhara Enclave, Delhi-92 Mr V.K. Gera, President Mr D.P. Mahajan
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Mayur Vihar Phase-I, Pkt-2 RWA park Behind Munishi Prem Chand Sr, Sec. School, Pkt-II Mayur Vihar Ph-I Delhi Mr M.K. Kak, President Mr N.K.Sud, Gen. Secy.
Mayur Vihar Phase-I, PKT-4,RWA 149-D, PKT-IV, 107/130 Phase-I, Mayur Vihar, Delhi-91 Mr R.S. Sharma, Pres. Mr Vinod Harsh, Genl. Secy.
RWA, Pkt-5, Mayur Vihar Phase-I, Delhi-91 H.No. 554 Mr J.N. Sharma, President Mr Murti Ram, Secretary
Mayur Vihar Phase-II , 295-D, Pkt C Mayur Vihar, Delhi-91 Anil Grover, President Mr K.P. Varghesee, Mr Udeyvir Sharma
Mayur Vihar Ph-II, Pkt-A RWA, 226C, Pkt-A, Mayur Vihar, Delhi. Mrs. Sumathy Kumar, President Mr S.P. Singh.
Mayur Vihar Ph-II, Pkt- B, RWA, 211 A, Pkt ‘B’, M. Vihar-II, Delhi-91 Gogna, President Mr. Varun De, Gen. Secy. Mr S.N. Rastogi, Vice President
Gram Sudhar Samiti, 20 Samaspur Jaagir, Patparganj, Delhi-91 Mr. Sukhvir Singh, President
Govt. Pensioners RWA, 27/480, Trilokpuri, Delhi-91 Mr S. A. H. Zaidi, Secy. Org. Dr.S.N.H Zaidi, President Mr R.N. Sant, Vice Pres.
G-1, Block-64, Kalyan Vas, Delhi-91 Kalyan Vas RWA, Mr.S.S. Sharma, President Mr Yashpal Jt. Secy.
Mayur Vihar (Phase-I) Pocket-III Apartment Owners Association, Central Park, Pkt. III, Mayur Vihar Phase –I, Delhi-91 Dr. S. R. S. Tomar, Pres. Mr Jeet Kumar, Secy.
Nagar Vikas Avam Nagrik Kalyan Samiti, 17/491, Trilok puri, Delhi-91 Mr P.C.Gehlot, President Mr Satpal, Advisor
Residents Welfare Association, 95-A Pocket-B, Mayur Vihar Ph-II, Delhi-91 Capt. BVS Drona, Pre. Mr S.N. Bhatt, Gen. Secy.
Kirti Coop. G/H Societies Ltd., I/601, Kriti Apartments, Mayur Vihar Ph-I Extn., Delhi-91 Mr. Laxman Prasad, President,
Federation of RWA Mayur VIhar Ph-I, 73-D, Pkt-III, Delhi-91 Mr O.P. Sehgal, President Mr M.K. Kak, Vice President, Mr Kailash Katyal, Secy.Gen.
Trilokpuri Block-5 RWA, Trilokpuri, Delhi-91 Mr Dharmander Singh Jadoun,Gen.Secy., Mr Budh Ram, President
Acharya Niketan Welfare Association, A-4, Acharya Niketan, Mayur Vihar Ph-I, Delhi-91 Mr Bijender Kumar Mahendra, Gen. Secretary
Akashdarsham Apptt. RWA, 195, Akash Darshan Apptt., Mayur Vihar H-1, Delhi-91 Mr Madhur Malviya, President Mr Pramod Kumar, Tr.
Gaon Chilla Vikas Samiti, H. No. 1, Village Chilla Saroda, near Sai Mandir Road, Mayur Vihar, Ph-1 Delhi-91 Mr. Surjit Singh, President,
Kalyanpuri, RWA, 17/376, Kalyanpuri, Delhi-91. Sh. Narender Kumar, President. Mr. Mukut Lal, V.P. Mr. Suresh Kumar, Gen.Secy.
RWA Village Kotla, 307, Village Kotla(Mayur Vihar Ph-I), Delhi-91. Mr. Latoor Singh Bhati, President.
Senior Citizen Welfare Fourm, 534, Pocket-E, Mayur Vihar Ph-II, Delhi. Mr V.K. Mittal, Pres.
Resident Welfare Association, Pocket-E, Mayur Vihar Ph-II, Flat No. E-217, Mayur Vihar Ph-II, Delhi-91 Mr R.P. Garg, Pre. Mr R.P. Singhal Gen. Secy.
Trilokpuri Vikas Samiti (Regd.) RWA, Shop No 33, Block-6-7, DDA Market, Trilokpuri, Delhi-110091. Mr Kavinder Kumar Chawaria, President, Mr Praveen Arora, Gen. Secy
The Hindustan Times Employees Union Coop. Group Housing Society Ltd., 9/A-2, H.T. Apartments, Mayur Vihar Ph.-I, Delhi-91. Mr. Shanti Lal Khanna President, Mr. R.K. Saxena, Secretary
Federation of RWA, 651, Pkt-E, Mayur Vihar Ph-II, Delhi-110091 Mr Subhas C. Basu, President Mr Dinesh Kumar Seth, Gen.Secy.
Trilokpuri RWA, Block No. 7, Community Centre, Trilokpuri, Delhi-91 Mr Rajender Parcha, President Dr. K.P. Singh, VP
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KRISHNA Nagar RWA, E8A/8, Krishna Nagar, Delhi-51 Bhagwan Dass, President Mr Desraj Sareen,V.P. Mr Sandeep Kapoor, Gen. Secy
Krishna Nagar Welfare Society, C-6, Sagar Textiles, Main Road, East Azad Nagar, Delhi-110051 Mr V.S.Jain, President Mr Hrish Devedi, Secy.
Kanti Nagar RWA, B-46-B, Gali No.5, Kanti Nagar Extn., Krishan Nagar, Delhi-110051 Mr Yog Prakash Sharma, President Mr Neeraj Sharma
Chandu park Colony RWA 26, Chandu Park, Jagdamba Prasad Marg, Krishan Nagar, Delhi-51 Pd. Sanjeev Sharma, Pre. Mr D.M. Sharma
East Krishna Nagar RWA C-32, East Krishna Nagar, Delhi-51 Mr Amit Tandon, Gen. Secy.
East Guru Angad RWA, 18, East Guru Angad Nagar, Delhi-51 President Mr B.R.Upreti
IMD Cooperative Society, 85, Mausam Vihar, Delhi-110051 Mr R.N. Dabar, President Mr G.B.Singh, Sec.
East Azad Nagar Welfare Association, 49/5A East Azad Nagar, Delhi – 110 051 Mr Susheel Saxena, President Mr. Balvir Ray, Gen.Secy. Mr Anil Sidhwani, Off. Secy.
Vikas Samiti Radhey Shyam Park, Delhi-51 Mr Mulakh Raj. Kapoor
New Krishan Nagar RWA 21, New Krishan Nagar, Delhi-51 Mr M.S. Dhaka, President
NDMC CO-OP HBS LTD. 9, Sukh Vihar, Delhi-51 Mr O.P. Mehta, President Mr Shreekishan, Secy.
Jamna Par Senior Citizens Welfare Association, B-133, Jagatpuri, Delhi Mr. K. P. Solanki, President Mr. S. N. Gautam, Vice. Pres. Mr. Bhola Dutt Sharma, Gen. Secy.
Baldev Park Vikas Samiti (Regd.) 65, Baldev Park, Krishna Nagar, Dehi-51 Mr Rajeev Sharma, Pre., Mr Roshan Lal Gupta Vic. Pre. Mr Mahesh Chand Sharma, G.S, Mr Rajender Arora, Secy.
Mohalla Sudhar Samiti, H.No. 561, Gali No. 10, West Kanti Nagar, Delhi-51 Mr Netra Pal Singh Chauhan, Pre. Mr Harish Chand Sharma, Gen.Secy
Jan Kalyan Samiti, Kanti Nagar, A-76, Main Road, Kanti Nagar, Delhi-51 Mr. D.P. Gupta, Vice Pres.
Jagat Puri Sudhar sabha, B-133, Jagatpuri, Delhi-51 Mr K.P. Solanki, Pre. Mr Sunil Kaushik, GS
Jagatpur Anarkali Garden Sudhar Samiti, 59, Anarkali Garden, Delhi-51 Mr S.B. Saxena, President Mr R.K. Sharma, Gen.Secy. Mr Krishan Kumar VP Mr S.P. Tiwari, VP
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Gurhai Mohalla Sudhar Samiti, 168, Gurhai Mohalla Circular Road, Shahdara, Delhi-32 Mr Dayanand Gupta, Gen. Secy. Mr Tarun Kumar, Secy.
Ravi Dass Mandir Ambedkar Sadan, Ravi Dass Gali, Vishwas Nagar, Delhi-32 Mr. Navratan Bhagwan Dass, President
Shahdara Citizens Welfare Council 248/1, Doongar Mohalla, Farsh Bazar, Delhi-32 Mr K.N.Bhatnagar, President Mr Sudarshan Kumar, Secy
Poorvi Vishwas Nagar Samaj Kalyan Samiti 618-F-2/2/1, Shankar Gali, Vishwas Nagar, Shahdara, Delhi-110032 Mr O.P.Sharma, Mr. R.K. Aggarwal
Vishwas Nagar Nagrik Samiti,10/117, Patel Street, Vishwas Nagar CBD, ND-32 Mr. R.K.Gupta, Secy Mr. Ashok.K.Gupta, Ex Membr
Vishwas Nagar Nagrik Samiti Registered, 3/93, Vishwas Road, Vishwas Nagar , Mr. Vivek Sharma,Gen Secy
South Vishwas Nagar Welfare Association, 10/117, Patel Street, Vishwas Nagar CBD, Delhi-95 Mr. Mahendra Kr Sharma, Pre Mr. Lalit Mohan Sharma, Gen. Secy
New Sanjay Amar Colony Residents Welfare Society, C-398, New Sanjay Amar colony, Vishwas Nagar, Delhi Mr. Ramzan Khan, President
Yamuna Par Samaj Kalyan Vikas Samiti 28/2A, Bhola Nath Nagar, Near Geeta Bhawan, Shahdra, Delhi Mr. Roopchand Sharma
All Vishwas Nagar Residents Welfare & De. Association 30/3, Gali No-6, Vishwas Nagar, Delhi-32 Mr. G.L. Saini, Gen. Secy Mr. R.C. Juneja
Vishwas Nagar RWA 500A/5K, Ambedkargali(Gali N0.10), Vishwas Nagar, Delhi) Ch. Shyam Singh, President Mr P.N. Sharma, Gen. Secy. Mr R.L. Chauhan
Shahdara Residents Welfare Association, 356, Farsh Bazar, Shahdara Delhi-32. Mr Rakesh Aggarwal, Pre. Mr Rajesh Aggaral, Gen. Secy.
All Vishwas Nagar Resident Welfare & Dev. Association, 3/3, Gali No-6, Vishwas Nagar, Delhi-32 Mr Ramesh Chand Juneja, Pre. Mr G.L. Saini, GS
RWA Vishwas Nagar, 519/2 A, Main Road, Vishwas Nagar, Shahdara, Delhi-32 Mr. Vijay Chaudhary
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Residents Welfare Association, 1/21, Geeta Colony, Delhi-31. Mrs. Meera Sabharwal, Pre., Mr. Ramesh Kapoor, Gen. Secy
Geeta Colony RWA, DDA Block-18, 18/77, Geeta Colony, Delhi-31 Mr Vijay Kochhar, Pres. Mr G.D. Bahl, Secretary
Jan Shakti Vikas Samiti, 2733,Gali No.17-18 Kailash Nagar, Delhi-31 Mr Ashok Bhatnagar, Gen. Secy. Mr R.C. Jain, President Mr Vimal Sharma
Shastri Nagar Development & Welfare Association, 85-86, Shree Geeta Bhawan Mandir Marg, Sarojini Park, Shastri Nagar, Delhi-31. Mr. Rohit Gupta, President Mr. Kailash Babu, Gen. Secy.
Multan Ekta Sangthan,15/79-GF, Geeta Colony Delhi-31 Mr. Inder Dua, Gen.Secy. Mr.Tulsi Dass Dua, President Mr. K.C.Sardana
Rani Garden RWA (Ambedkar Park), 220-A, (C-8) Rani Garden, Near Tej Encalve, , Delhi-31 Mr. Salahuddin, Gen.Secy.
New Shine Resident Welfare Association, H.No. 14, Gali No. 7, Block-5, Geeta Colony, Delhi-31 Mr. Rajesh Duggal, Pre. Mr. Kuldeep Singh, Vice. Pre.
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Wednesday, December 16, 2009
When 24 Hours in a day is not enough,
Remember the mayonnaise jar and 2 cups of coffee.
A professor stood before his philosophy class
and had some items in front of him.
When the class began, wordlessly,
He picked up a very large and empty mayonnaise jar
And proceeded to fill it with golf balls.
He then asked the students, if the jar was full.
They agreed that it was.
The professor then picked up a box of pebbles and poured
them into the jar. He shook the jar lightly.
The pebbles rolled into the open Areas between the golf balls.
He then asked the students again if the jar was full. They agreed it was.
The professor next picked up a box of sand and poured it into the jar.
Of course, the sand filled up everything else.
He asked once more if the jar was full. The students responded with a unanimous 'yes.'
The professor then produced two cups of coffee from under the table and poured the entire contents into the jar, effectively
filling the empty space between the sand. The students laughed.
'Now,' said the professor, as the laughter subsided,
'I want you to recognize that this jar represents your life.
The golf balls are the important things - family,
children, health, Friends, and Favorite passions –
Things that if everything else was lost and only they remained, Your life would still be full.
The pebbles are the other things that matter like your job, house, and car.
The sand is everything else --The small stuff.
'If you put the sand into the jar first,' He continued,
there is no room for the pebbles or the golf balls.
The same goes for life.
If you spend all your time and energy on the small stuff,
You will never have room for the things that are important to you.
Pay attention to the things that are critical to your happiness.
Play With your children.
Take time to get medical checkups.
Take your partner out to dinner.
There will always be time to clean the house and fix the disposal.
'Take care of the golf balls first --
The things that really matter.
Set your priorities. The rest is just sand.'
One of the students raised her hand and inquired what the coffee represented..
The professor smiled.
'I'm glad you asked'.
It just goes to show you that no matter how full your life may seem,
there's always room for a couple of cups of coffee with a friend.'
Monday, December 14, 2009
Yes, it's true.
It's written in the inner side of the top portion. The 12 months of an year are divided into four parts, as below :
Jan, Feb, March stand for A
Apr, May, June stand for B
Jul, Aug, Sept. stand for C
Oct, Nov, Dec. stand for D
If the cyllinder has the marking c-12. It means that the expiry date of the cyllinder is Maximum September of 2012.
Similarly, if the cyllinder has the marking A 09. It means that the expiry date of the cyllinder was maximum March 2009.
Therefore, while taking a gas cyllinder from any gas company, we must check the expiry date and act accordingly. Otherwise, the expired filled cyllinder can be very dangerous as in case of expired medicines or expired food products. It means the cyllinder is no more capable of holding the pressure of the gas filled and can expload.
with best regards
Sunday, December 13, 2009
Friday, December 11, 2009
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In what is being viewed as its most significant directive, the Delhi Electricity Regulatory Commission (DERC) on Thursday ordered a physical verification of all the assets that private power companies claimed to have purchased in eight years to build a robust infrastructure and showed it as capital expenditure.
If the verification finds that discoms exaggerated their expenditure figures, the extra amount will be adjusted through altering the power tariff.
In other words, power tariff may get slashed substantially.
“Consumers have always complained discoms did not upgrade substations, transformers, etc, and breakdowns were increasing,” said DERC secretary A.K. Tewary. “Now we will know if discoms overstated the figures.”
As per the agreement, the discoms — North Delhi Power Limited and BSES Rajdhani and BSES Yamuna — get an assured 16 per cent return on their capital expenditure. This amount is usually realised through an increased power tariff, although the government may pick up the tab and offer subsidy without impacting tariff.
Together the discoms claimed to have put in place infrastructure worth Rs 6,000 crore.
DERC has appointed Hydera-bad-based Administrative Staff College of India (ASCI) for the exercise. The ASCI will check purchase orders and actual delivery of each asset, entry of such assets in the register, installation on site, location and more.
“We are open to any scrutiny,” said a BSES spokesman. An NDPL spokesman refused to comment.
with thanks source : http://www.hindustantimes.com/News-Feed/newdelhi/Regulator-to-verify-power-discoms-expense-claims/Article1-485207.aspx
New Delhi, Dec. 10 -- A day after MCD commissioner KS Mehra announced a 5 per cent increase in property tax, the political brass of the civic body said it was not in favour of adding to the burden of taxpayers, especially those from the middle-class and lower middle-class.
Instead, it was planning to get defaulters in the tax net. "We want more people to be brought into tax net and are working towards it.
The additional taxes are just at the proposal stage," said Mayor Kanwar Sain. He said he wasn't in in favour of burdening those who are paying taxes.
"The idea is to increase our revenue by increasing taxes charged from malls, 3-star hotels etc. Their turnover is huge but they are paying pittance as taxes presently," he said.
MCD commissioner KS Mehra had on Wednesday had proposed a 5 per cent increase in the house tax rate being levied. The increase is much more for commercial properties.
For rented commercial property, tax has increased from 10 per cent to 20 per cent, which is almost a 100 per cent increase in the annual amount being paid as property tax, according to traders. The increase for self-occupied commercial properties is 5 per cent from 10 per cent to 15 per cent.
MCD has also proposed to bring some commercial enterprises under a special category and charge 20 per cent from them. "We do not want to burden people belonging to the middle-class and lower middle-class.
We will make changes in the proposed budget in the coming days," said Subhash Arya, leader of the MCD House.
with thanks source : Hindustan Times
Taken with thanks from : http://in.news.yahoo.com/32/20091211/1053/tnl-mcd-tax-netas-feel-differently.html
Salaries paid to ghost employees is not the only problem. MCD is also losing money because of dishonoured cheques received as payment for property tax. The civic agency's budget says it loses crores in this manner, but there is no accounting of the exact amount. MCD has now decided to set up a committee at the central level to monitor the matter and initiate action against defaulters.
Said MCD commissioner K S Mehra: "Most dishonoured cheques we get are meant to be payment for property tax. The matter is not always pursued. But action will now be taken against defaulters."
Neither has MCD's attempt at bringing more people into the tax net been very sucessful. It had come up with an amnesty scheme earlier this year under which people who had not paid tax, would not be levied a penalty or interest on the pending amount. The last date for the scheme was October 31. But only 46,070 people came forward, from who MCD got Rs 100 crore.
Said Leader of the House Subhash Arya: "We were expecting to get Rs 1,000 crore. We have now extended the payment deadline to December 31. The Survey of India is carrying out a survey of properties in Delhi, details of which will be made available to MCD so that we can take action against property tax defaulters. Right now only nine lakh people pay property taxes, while there are 30 lakh properties in Delhi."
According to sources, the major defaulters are residents living in unauthorised regularised colonies. Meanwhile, government bodies like the Metro and Delhi Development Authority also owe MCD over Rs 500 crore. Said an MCD official: "The matter concerning Metro is ongoing in court, while the DDA issue has been taken up with the L-G."
But the money drain continues. MCD loses crores of rupees over parking. For instance there are over 250 illegal car parks in MCD areas. Said an MCD official: "We tried legalising some of these parking lots but did not get permission from the traffic police."
with thanks Source : http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/delhi/Will-house-tax-hike-plug-hole-in-MCDs-coffers/articleshow/5324981.cms
Thursday, December 10, 2009
Do you think it is fair ?
Approximately nine lakh people pay property tax to the civic agency currently, but according to the municipal corporation, there are more than 30 lakh properties in the city. Clearly, it is missing more than two-thirds of its taxes.
“We are the honest tax payers who have been paying our taxes every year without fail, why should we take the burden of the defaulters? The MCD should come up with a strategy to make the defaulters pay. Increasing property tax is not the solution. They are forcing us to leave Delhi,” said Rajiv Kakaria, member of Greater Kailash-I resident welfare association.
The civic agency had recently launched a scheme asking all the defaulters to pay their dues, but to no avail.
“The civic agency is unable to provide basic facilities, and rather than improving them, it is burdening the innocent population. Price hike is hurting our pockets already. We were expecting the BJP-led MCD to be more sensitive towards our needs, but it seems to have disappointed us equally,” said VK Arora, a resident of Anand Vihar.
To determine the exact number of property owners in the city, Survey of India is carrying out a survey, a report of which will be soon made available to the MCD.
The report is expected to give an exact idea of the number of property owners, taxpayers and tax evaders in the city.
Please read the detailed news by clicking the headline above.
Source with thanks : Hindustantimes.com
These are proposals made by the civic agency — which controls 96 per cent of Delhi’s area — in its budget estimates for the year 2010-2011.
This will help the corporation earn an additional of Rs 500 crore a year, said MCD commissioner K.S. Mehra.
Mehra has proposed an increase of five per cent in property tax rates in all categories — residential and commercial. The MCD area has been divided into eight categories — A to H — wherein category A stands for upscale colonies.
If the proposal goes through, the tax rate of 10 per cent will go up to 15 per cent and from six to 11 per cent. In effect, this means you pay 50 per cent more. So, a person who was paying property tax of Rs 13,000 a year will now have to pay Rs 19,500.
“We want to provide better services and for this we need more funds,” Mehra said.
There is even more bad news.
In addition to the proposed property tax hike, the Municipal Valuation Committee (MVC) will revise the unit area values (per square metre) under which there could be a minimum increase of 24 per cent.
This means apart from a hike in tax rates, the unit area values may also increase. Together, property tax could go up by 66 per cent. For instance, the unit area value of category A is Rs 630 per sq m. If the proposal is accepted, it will be hiked by 24 per cent to Rs 781 per sq m.
“With new area values, the rates may go up to 35 per cent,” said a senior MCD official.
Mehra has also proposed an imposition of 20 per cent commercial tax on rented non-residential properties and ‘high-end non-residential’ properties such as hotels and malls.
For professionals, tax may be levied on those who work in MCD areas and earn more than Rs 30,000 per month.
Please read the complete news & boxes by clicking the link abovr.
Source with thanks : Hindustantimes.com
Wednesday, December 9, 2009
New Delhi, Dec. 9 -- People living in New Delhi Municipal Council (NDMC) areas can now pay their property taxes based on the old method. The civic body has introduced a new way of calculating tax-the unit area method, which is based on the floor area. But many residents are opposed to the new system. They said the method jacked up their property tax substantially. Delhi Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit had called a meeting of residents and civic body officials on Tuesday to discuss the property tax issue. "We had a meeting with the chief minister and she has assured to re-look into the matter. She has suggested residents can pay taxes based on earlier years' method and file their objections if they have any," said Atul Bhargava, president of New Delhi Trader's Association. According to the residents, the chief minister has assured them that if the need be, the matter would be referred to the Home Ministry. "The new property tax scheme introduced by NDMC is unfair and on an average property tax liabilities are going up by more than 20 times compared to the previous method. We informed the CM that property tax under NDMC is 25 times higher compared to MCD. If Delhi is one why have two different methods of calculating tax?" added Bhargava.
"The civic body proposes to value all properties in NDMC areas at the same rate. As such, posh Khan Market and Khanna Market are supposed to be valued on the same basis. This is unfair," said Anshu Tandon, president of the Khan Market Welfare Association.
with thanks : HINDUSTAN TIMES
Taken from : http://in.news.yahoo.com/32/20091209/1053/tnl-relief-for-tax-payers-in-ndmc-areas.html
Sunday, November 29, 2009
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Thursday, November 26, 2009
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Wednesday, November 25, 2009
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