Sunday, January 31, 2010
We are pleased to inform that Mrs. Meera Sabharwal & Mr T P S Oberoi, have joined us in the service to the RWA community as News contributors from their areas.
Saturday, January 30, 2010
So, at the time of such activities like Marriage processions, Bands, Nach gana, Crackers and open Drinking on Roads and in Parks etc.till late at nights we do not see any check on these happenings by any Law enforceing agency.
Answer may be, beacuse No one is answerable or accountable in their Duties.
Pocket-3, Mayur Vihar-1.
Friday, January 29, 2010
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Thursday, January 28, 2010
Are these with approval of MCD or these are illegal constructions?
Why police and MCD as well as politicians are sleeping.
Citizens need answers.
Because...such subdivisions are common in every pocket of Delhi.
Go from Nirman Vihar towards Madhuvan Chowk and on the side of Nirman Vihar, You will see foot path blocked by cars. Even on road below railway station, half the carriage way is blocked by parked cars, causing immense jams.
Traffic staff just at less than 50 yards do nothing to challan or tow away.
Please tell what is the solution.
Is there any solution or we have to live with it.
Wednesday, January 27, 2010
with thanks : source : Hindustan Times
Tuesday, January 26, 2010
The Delhi Govt. must give a serious thought to the Monorail also, as it is comparatively cheaper than Metro, as well, it can take the sharp turns & reach even those areas, which are not possible through Metro.
Maharashtra Chief Minister Ashok Chavan will flag of the test run of Mono Rail. The trial run of Rs 2, 460 crore monorail project will be done on a 108 metre track at Wadala.
The proposed route of this monorail is between Jacob Circle and Chembur. The 19.4 km line will be jointly completed by L&T and SCOMI Engineering Bhd.
The MMRDA wants to conduct the test run on a one km stretch but the electrification work was completed on only 108 metre line.
The Jacob Circle and Chembur monorail route will be ready by the year 2011, MMRDA sources said.
The Monorail Mumbai will be a substitute of local trains and other road transportation. According to the sources, initially, 14 Monorails with four coaches each will be available to take commuters to their destinations in no time. The capacity of monorail will be 500 passengers and it will complete its destinations in few minutes.
The operations of Monorail will be frequency basis and it will be 4.5 minutes. The fare will be Rs 8 to 20 (Approx).
with thanks source : http://www.samaylive.com/news/monorail-mumbai-to-face-trial-run-today/672957.html
Former President A P J Abdul Kalam's seven-point resolve on the occasion of ensuing Republic Day (2008):
2. Whatever the mission I will do, my motto will be *to work with integrity and succeed with integrity.*
3. I will always remember that *my winged days, be not spent in vain*.
4. I realise I have to set a great goal that will *lead me to think high*, work and realise the goal.
5. My greatest friends will be *great human beings, great teachers and great books*.
6. I will firmly believe that no problem can defeat me; *I will become the captain of the problem, defeat the problem and succeed.*
7. My National Flag flies in my heart and I will bring glory to my nation.
A P J Abdul Kalam
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Dr. Gurdeep Kaur
Monday, January 25, 2010
Reminder 1st : January 25, 2010
The Chairman/Managing Director
Delhi Transport Corporation
Delhi Parivahnalaya, IP Estate
Sub. : Improvement in Bus Service for the Commuters of Hari Nagar
A very large number of residents of G Block, Shiv Nagar, Virender Nagar, Asha Park, Usha Park, Fateh Nagar, Pratap Nagar, Delhi Govt. flats at Tihar Jail Complex, BF block and many blocks of DDA flats, are being denied direct bus service to famous destinations like Gurudwara Bangla Sahib, Hanuman Mandir, RML, CP, ITO, Laxmibai Nagar, Mayur Vihar, Anand Vihar Bus Terminus and New/Old Delhi Railway Stations.
There used to be a few routes originating from Hari Nagar Depots, which have been discontinued, and other routes have not replaced these routes. There are three DTC depots at Hari Nagar but not a single route originates from this very important place. Every day the residents of above mentioned colonies learn about low floor buses being deployed on many routes in West Delhi but there is no effort as yet to introduce these low floor buses on routes covering these colonies.
In the past, the ACP, Traffic(West) had pointed to your office as also to Delhi Govt’s Transport Department about the prevailing congestion at Hari Nagar Clock Tower from where route numbers 73 and 108 are originating. To overcome this problem, it was also suggested that both these routes could be extended to Hari Nagar Depots because of sufficient parking place in front of the three bus depots. But this proposal is yet to see light of the day. In the recent past, some low floor buses have been deployed on route 73 but residents of our areas have to first reach this place from their respective colonies to avail themselves of this service because the distance is not walkable.
You are requested to kindly depute your experts to verify the above stated facts and report back to you the dire need for extension of routes 73 and 108 and also to introduce new routes from Hari Nagar Depots for important destinations.
Thanking you and hoping to have immediate action on residents’ grievances,
WELFARE ASSOCIATION G BLOCK HARI NAGAR(Regd.No.S-9571)
WZ-208. ST.NO.15, G BLOCK, HARI NAGAR, NEW DELHI-110058
TELEFAX: 25530483, 9015152976,
Copy for n.a. to: Shri Mahabal Mishra, Hon’ble Member of Parliament, West Delhi.
Sunday, January 24, 2010
WELFARE ASSOCIATION G BLOCK HARI NAGAR,
There is no end to such debates, discussions or representations. Are we not doing this for the past 50-60 years ? The entire system and rules and regulations have to be totally scraped and all new and advanced plants and machinery, Charges, the staff, the DJB systems needs overhauling to start afresh and use or misuse of water LAWS, all loop holes must be plugged, enough is enough now lets be not at the mercy of DJB officials or un-lawful misuses of drinking water in Delhi.
If no awareness/ action by the Ministry firmly on the above points, we all should be rest assured we shall have to live in such obslete systems for our life time at least. In my child hood I use to read small boards in President's Estate, " DESH KI BHALI KAY LEIA PANNI AUR BIJLI KA THEEK ISTAMAL KAREYN " Be good citizens first.Let us think on this quote.
Pocket-3, Mayur Vihar-1.
Saturday, January 23, 2010
Friday, January 22, 2010
1.Residents are not paying their monthly subcription - What action can be taken aganist these people?.
2.Residents are not pasting the car stickers issued by the RWA - What action can be taken aganist these people?.
If any one else who is associated with your blog are also requested to answer this questions from their experience.
Traffic jam at F block, Mandir marg, Krishna nagar, Delhi - 110051 in Hindustan times, HT Live - East dated 22nd January, 2010.
Thursday, January 21, 2010
There after came a problem, arising out of death of original members and resale and then construction of flats purchased by different owners.
This problem was taken care of RCS and SOCIETIES WERE EXPECTED TO WIND UP except those who had built community centre etc.
Now the residents got divided into two groups....member and non members.
In certain cases non members were more than members of society.
The charges determined as security charges, annual maintenance charges were required to be made applicable to all residents.
BUT THEY HAVE NO SAY IN DETERMINATION OF CHARGES OR WHETHER A particular services is required or not.
Kindly advise...WHAT IS THE LEGAL STATUS.
WHAT ACTION SHOULD SOCIETY OR RESIDENT TAKE TO SOLVE THIS TANGLE.
My humble request is kindly keep me in mailing list and send me paper daily.
Further, kindly help to consolidate list of mobile and e mail addresses of ative social workers of RWAS, society or other groups.
Then we can create discussion groups to solve problems of citizens, to exchange activities and to help each other in specific cases.
But BSES and NDPL are equally guilty and will be responsible of man slaughter if any person dies on account of this neglect.
The need is to provide earth leakage protecctive device on each out going 400 volt feeder as well as to replace or repair such pillars. An action plan needs to be in place for losing further time.
Further, i am shocked on casual attitude that when consumers bring such situations, they fail to act and thankfully acknowledg.
Immediately a press note could be issued to educate public and request their participation to list out above type of defetive feeder pillars.
Furhter, During six years when i was hony secretary of DOCHBS LTD MADHUVAN, not even as single meeting was organised by NODAL officer despite pointing out this in bhagidari meetings.
Kindly do something to correct this situation.
Jolly has lodged a complaint with Neb Sarai police station alleging that his mail account was hacked by cyber fraudsters.
"Some cyber criminals are misusing my name to cheat and commit financial e-mail fraud. The mails have been sent to all my public, political, business, diplomatic and journalist friends. I have been in Delhi. I appeal to all my friends and well wishers not to be misled by the fraud e-mail message,'' Jolly said.
With tanks : source : http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/delhi/E-mail-ID-of-ex-Delhi-MLA-Vijay-Jolly-hacked/articleshow/5482212.cms
Sorry for not informing of my recent trip to London. I had intended to stay for five (5) days,but for the mishap I had Some gangsters stopped me of my money and my traveling document, that I was left empty. I need to pay for my hotel accommodation and other traveling expenses, therefore will need candid help by asking for a soft loan of Two Thousand and five hundred Dollar ($ 2500.) to enable me solve the financial burden. Please, you can remit to me through Western Union Money Transfer.Name:TPS OBEROI,I will appreciate. Here is the address:
Wednesday, January 20, 2010
In adition, A red light at Happy school crossing must be there.
In adition, crane should be deployed to carry away the unauthorised vehicles parked on this road. Even now, while typing this post, i can hear the Siren of an Ambulance struck in the traffic jam on this road for the last over few hours.
Sorry for not informing of my recent trip to London. I had intended to stay for five (5) days,
Tuesday, January 19, 2010
NON PICKING OF TELEPHONES :
20 DAYS GAP BETWEEN BOOKING OF SECOND CYLLINDER :
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(T0 BE PUBLISHED IN PART -IV OF THE DELHI GAZETTE -ORDINARY)
GOVERNMENT OF NATIONAL CAPITAL TERRITORY OF DELHI
OLD SECRETRIAT, DELHI-110054.
No.F/DE/15/1031/ACT/2007/ 7002 Dated:24.11.2007
No.F/DE/15/1031/ACT/2007/7002. -In exercise of the powers conferred by sub -
section (1) of section 3 of the Delhi School Education Act, 1973 (18 of 1973)
read with rule 43 of the Delhi School Education Rules, 1973, and on the
recommendation of the Delhi Sch ool Education Advisory Board, the Lt.
Governor of the National Capital Territory of Delhi, hereby makes the following
Order in respect of admission procedure for pre -primary classes in the
recognized schools in Delhi, namely: -
1. Short title and commencemen t. – (1) This Order may be called
the Recognized Schools (Admission Procedure for Pre -primary Class)
(2) It shall come into force with immediate effect.
2. Definitions. – In this Order, unless the context otherwise requires,
(a) “Act” means the Delhi School Education Act, 1973 (18 of 1973);
(b) “Delhi” means National Capital Territory of Delhi,
(c) “Form” means the form appended to this Order.
(d) “Management” means the Managing Committee of a recognized
school, imparting education in Delhi,
(e) “Rules” means the Delhi School Education Rules, 1973;
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3. Within a period of three years from the date of coming into force
of this Order, every school shall introduce a pre -primary class for the
admission of children, who have completed the age of minimum four
years as on the 31st March of the year in which admission is being
Provided that no admission shall be made in standard one unless
the child has completed the age of minimum five years as on the 31st
March of the year in which admission is being sought .
4. With effect from the date of coming into force of this Order, all
admissions in the pre-primary class shall be made in the manner
provided in this Order.
5. Display of information relating to proposed admissions. – Each school
shall display the following infor mation by the 30th November of every
year on its notice board, in its prospectus and website (where available),
(a) Total number of seats available for admission in pre -primary
(b) Total number of seats to be filled from the children of
economically weaker sections of society, if the school has been
allotted land on concessional rates by Government agency;
(c) Date, place, mode of distribution and receipt of registration forms;
(d) Infrastructural facilities available in the school;
(e) Details of Faculty of the school;
(f) Facilities available for children with special needs;
(g) Fee structure;
(h) Past performance of the school in different fields, such as, -
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(iii) Cultural activities;
(i) list of supporting documents to be produced by the parent at the
time of admission (This list will be as per the requirement of the
6. i) Every school shall use the Standardized Registration Form as per
Form-I, ensuring that each form has a unique number.
ii) Photocopies of the supporting documents may be submitted with
the Registration form. In no case original documents shall be asked for
at the time of registration. Parent or guardian shall submit all original
documents at the time of admission.
iii) The school shall scrutinize the regis tration forms to verify the
details and other particulars filled up by parents or guardian.
7. The school shall not conduct any interview of, or interaction with the
child for whom admission is being sought. There shall also be no
observation of the child either in formal or informal conditions.
Similarly, the school shall not conduct any interview of or interaction with
the parent(s)/ guardian(s).
However, the school can have informal interactions with
parent(s)/guardian(s) only with the purpose to ascertain the veracity and
correctness of the documents/details , which will be communicated to the
parent(s)/guardian(s) in writing in advance.
8. There shall be no overall lottery system to select/short list a child for
admission. Limited use of lott ery may however be adopted in case there
is a tie amongst applicants.
9. Schedule of dates for admission. - The school shall make the
admission as per the following schedule, namely: -
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(a) Distribution of registration forms for admission shall be done from
15th December to 31st December ;
(b) Filled up forms shall be accepted at the school till 7th January up
to 16:00 hrs;
(c) After scrutiny of forms as per admission criteria adopted by it, the
school shall display the following information, namely: -
(i) lists of selected children (First list) and waiting list (Second
List) on 1st February;
(ii) Third list, if any on 28th of February;
(iii) Fourth list, if any on 15th of March.
10. The school shall, display all the above mentioned four lists on their
web-site (where available) and notice board on the dates above with the
(i) Names and registration number of all the children whose
standardized Registration Forms were received by the school;
(ii) Names and registration no. of children selected for admission;
(iii) Draw of lots and date, time and venue of the draw of lots in
case of tie.
11. Fees from the parent(s) or guardian(s) of the selected children in the
First List shall be accepted in the school till 16.00 hrs on 15th February.
Similarly, fees from the parents or guardian of children selected from the
Second list shall be accepted till 16:00 hrs. on 26th February . Fees from
the parent(s) or guardian(s) of children selected from the Third and
Fourth List will be accepted till 16:00 hrs. on 10th March and 25th
12. In case any fee is collected f rom the parent(s) or guardian(s) of a
child whose admission is cancelled subsequently due to non-submission
of original documents by the due date, or any information or document
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submitted at the time of registration being proved to be wrong or false,
the entire fee except registration fee shall be refunded.
13. If any parent or guardian, after depositing the full fee for admission of
a child, chooses to withdraw the child from the sch ool within one month
from the date of the admission, then the school may retain the
Registration Charges, Admission Fee and the tuition fee for one month
only, and shall refund all other amounts of fee or other charges.
14. The school shall develop and adopt criteria for admission which
shall be clear, well defined, equitable, non - discriminatory and
unambiguous. The school shall adopt th ose parameters which are in the
best interests of children and are in line w ith its own philosophy, and
these shall include the following:-
(i) Neighbourhood - It is in the interest of children that they are
provided admission in a school nearest to their residence. The
schools shall, therefore, give preference to children living in
nearby areas. If the school is satisfi ed that a good and safe
transport is available for a child, then, it may consider giving
admission to such a child even if he/she lives at a place quite far
off from the school. This is also important as distribution of
schools is not uniform in the city.
(ii) Background of the Child - Children from all social and
economic backgrounds shall be equally considered for admission.
The school shall make a conscious effort to admit children with
special needs or from vulnerable backgrounds.
(iii) Sibling - Generally, parent(s) or guardian(s) prefer that their
children study in the same school. Therefore, the school may give
preference to a child who has a sibling studying in that school.
(iv)Transfer Case: - Many parents or guardian are working in
transferable jobs, in the government and other private sectors.
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The school may give preference to the child of such parent (s) or
(v) Single Parent i.e. divorced/widow/widower/unmarried: - The
School may give preference to admit child of such single parent.
(vi) Management Quota – School may have a management quota
which shall not exceed twenty percent of the total seats available
for admission in the class.
Schools can also fix additional parameters but are required to stipulate a
point system for each criteria/parameter
15. The admission criteria adopted by the school shall be made by the
Managing Committee and be finalized with the prior approval of the
Directorate of Education. The final approval/ disapproval shall be
communicated to the concerned school within four weeks from the date
of receipt of request from the school concerned.
16. Every school shall make public the approved admission criteria
adopted by it, on its website (where available), prospectus and Notice
17. The school shall not change, alter or modify its approved admission
criteria during the admission process in an academic session.
18. An Admission Committee under the chair personship of the Principal
of the school shall be constituted with the following, as members:-
(i) Two representatives from the parent(s) or guardian(s) in
the Managing Committee/ PTA;
(ii) Headmaster/Headmistress of the school/In charge of the
19. The functions of the Admission Committee shall be as follows: -
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(a) Overall monitoring of the admission process;
(b) Conducting the draw of lots, if required, in a transparent
manner in front of parents or guardian and all members
of the Admission Committee;
(c) Ensuring that the norms and criteria specified by the
school for admission are objectively applied to determine
(d) Ensuring that the time schedule and other stipulations in
the admission procedure are fully adhered to;
(e) Attending to the complaints, if any, in an impartial manner
and taking remedial and corrective manners.
20. Special Provision for the session commencing April 2008 :-
i) In case the Management of any school finds that the
school does not have any vacancy for pre - primary class
for academic session starting from April 2008, then, it shall
notify the same on its website, prospectus and notice
board, respectively and shall also inform the Deputy
Director of the District concerned, in writing, by 15th
ii) All children who have been given admission for academic
year 2007-08 in a class lower to pre-primary class shall
move to the pre-primary class for the academic session
starting from April 2008.
21. There shall be one year of pre -primary class in every school. A
class of one year duration preceding this called pre -school may be setup
as a neighboring pre-school and the Education Department shall
frame the guidelines in this regard, in consultation with experts. The
schools which are already running pre -school class may continue to do
so subject to the following conditions:
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(a) Every child admitted to pre-school shall be of minimum
three years by 31st March of the year in which admission
is being sought;
(b) The schools shall frame their own guidelines for admission
to pre-school class and the same criteri a as for admission
to the pre-primary level may be adopted, until such time as
the guidelines for pre-schools are framed;
Explanation: - For the purposes of this clause, the ages stipulated for
entry into standard one, pr e-primary class and pre school class are the
minimum ages and there is no bar to children older than the ages
specified in this clause being given admission to these classes.
22. Monitoring by Education Department:-Every school shall furnish a
soft copy, and hard copy of the information in clause 5 of this Order ,
duly signed by the Principal , to the Deputy Director (Education) of the
District concerned by 30th November, who shall ensure that this is
placed on the web-site of the Education Department
23. A copy of the adopted criteria as approved by Management
Committee shall be submitted in the office of the c oncerned Deputy
Director by 30th November, for approval/disapproval.
24. Every school shall furnish detailed information r egarding admissions
made in the pre-primary class, on the Reporting Form in Form II and
District Deputy Director of Education shall put the same on the website
of Education Department for public viewin g.
25. A Monitoring Cell shall be constituted in each district under the
Chairmanship of the District Deputy Director, who shall look into
complaints regarding admission and shall also conduct regular
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inspections to ensure that the process is hassle free , objective and
26. Any non-compliance of the above Order shall be viewed seriously
and necessary action shall be taken as per the provisions of the Delhi
School Education Act & Rules 1973.
By order and in the name of the Lt. Governor of the
National Capital Territory of Delhi,
Original copy of order can be downloaded from Directorate of Education website.
taken with thanks from the source : http://www.nurseryadmission.net/2007/11/nursery-admission-in-schools-of-delhi.html
Taken from the comments section of the website : Source : http://www.shemrock.com/blogs/nursery-registration-fee/
Recently, the Directorate of Education passed orders that nursery registration fee should not be more than Rs 25, but there are still many schools in the city that are charging separately for the form and prospectus. This joint fee, when put together is way above the norm which has been set by the DOE. There are a few schools which are giving their prospectus free of cost, but are charging a “processing fee” for the same. The fees charged are anywhere between Rs 200 - Rs 800 for a single school prospectus.
With parents applying in at least 10 schools to ensure that their child bags a seat, admission process this year seems to be a repeat of last year. Parents have actually chartered out a budget just to buy the admission forms. Parents belonging to the lower strata of the society do not have much choices left, just because of the high “processing fees’ charged by the schools. Making a mockery of the DOE’s directives, the admission process has begun in the city and the parents are again dacing to the tune of the schools.
Taking this into consideration, there is a hue and cry in the public and the general opinion is that to prevent this, the directorate should immediately issue a public circular clarifying that the cost of admission form, which should not exceed Rs 25. This cost should include the cost of prospectus, as contemplated in DoE orders.
Also, to urge the Delhi government to “rein in private schools”; the Delhi Abhibhavak Mahasangh will stage a dharna at Jantar Mantar on December 23.With thanks : source : http://www.shemrock.com/blogs/nursery-registration-fee/
BSNL General Manager S C Alhuwalia handed over a cheque amounting to Rs 9,95,625 to an official of ISKCON in presence of Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit.
ISKCON has collaborated with the government and set up seven centres in the city to distribute cooked food to the homeless and the poor.
Dikshit appreciated BSNL's help to the 'Aap Ki Rasoi' programme being implemented under Government's Bhagidari initiative.
The money donated by BSNL will be used to run the food centre near Lajpat Nagar. A number of such centres have been closed down for want of financial assistance.
In all, more than a dozen centres are being run under the programme across the city.
with thanks : source : http://www.ptinews.com/news/474356_BSNL-donates-Rs-9-95-lakh-for--Aap-Ki-Rasoi--scheme
Monday, January 18, 2010
Due to short circuiting on a pole with very healvy load, fire broke out in July 2009 which could not be extinguished by Firemen, policemen, BSES employees. They all joined the residents for hours till the fire got extinguished on its own. This affected closeby power connections including mine. We started getting inflated bills for which repeated complaints were lodged. Parallel meters have been installed on two of the three meters but the problem was in the bus bar (distribution box) before meters. In November, there was short-circuiting in the domestic bus bar which resulted in no-current. The LEDs indicating Earth Leakage were on in two meters. This complaint was attended to and it was found that previously when bus bar was fitted, no thimbals were used and the loosely tied wires caused short-circuiting. After this the LEDs showing earth leakage also were found 'off'. This wrong wiring in the bus bar was the main reason of inflated bills for which Mr. Jha, Business Manager, at Maya Enclave, Mr. Kapoor, DGM and Mr. DP Singh at B-1 Janakpuri No Current Office were met and handed a detailed letter of my complaint narrating the reason of receiving the inflated bills. Today, it is Jan. 18 and this letter was personally delivered on Nov.18, 2009. No reply or action has been found till date. This is the state of affairs at BSES ground level which needs immediate rectification by DERC and Delhi Government.
WELFARE ASSN. G BLOCK HARI NAGAR (REGD)
Sunday, January 17, 2010
Every year Private companies in
Expenses are high because of over head high charges and purchase of equipment at exorbitant prices. We have to firm up our replies and submit before
Kindly comment so that a proper replied could be firmed up.
K K Ghei
May we request you to please forward about this blog to your friends & relatives in various areas of Delhi. We will be thankful to you for your co-operation.
with best regards
Deputy Commissioner (East)
East Delhi Administration
|The District is headed by the Deputy Commissioner followed by an Additional District Magistrate (ADM) as second-in-command. The district is divided into 3 subdivisions and one Sub Divisional Magistrate (SDM) is head of each subdivision. Each Subdivision is having revenue and clerical staff for its various functions. For revenue functions each subdivision has Tehsildar, Naib-Tehsildar, Kanungo and Patwaris in that order. For other functions, there is clerical staff. The three subdivisions are-:|
List of Police Station in Preet Vihar :-
List of Police Station in Vivek Vihar :-
List of Police Station in Gandhi Nagar :-
Saturday, January 16, 2010
First : There is a bottle neck at Vaishy Dharam Shala. The traffic from the 60' road behind is forced to enter the 40' road causing bottleneck & traffic jam from Vaishay Dharamshala onwards.
Second : There is another bottle neck on the same road at Happy School crossing. Traffic from the 60' main road enters the 40' road and hence causes the bottle neck & traffic jam.
The unauthorised parking of cars on the road adds fuel to the fire.
Another main reason is the Intersection at Road number 57 : The intersection of F Block, Mandir marg at Road number 57 is badly controlled by the Traffic police. When enquired, the reply is that there is not enough staff. As a result the uncontrolled movement of vehicles causes a lot of problem even when the traffic lights are on.
We again request to the ACP Traffic to please look into the matter.
B S Vohra
RWA - Krishna Nagar Welfare Society
On 14th Nov.2009 I filed a RTI Application with Various Oil Companies to which I have received following reply:
Q:-Copy of rules for refilling of Gas Cylinder both for domestic & Commercial specifying the time gap between receipt of filled up Gas Cylinder and Re-booking of refill.
INDIA OIL COPORATION LTD Sector 19 A Chandigarh through PIO cum-Dy. Gen Manager (LPG) vide Letter NO.PSO/LPG/RTI dated 16th Dec.2009 informed as under :
Refill can be booked as and when required by a customer to meet his/her genuine requirement of LPG for domestic cooking purpose. No time gap has been specified between the date of supply of a domestic LPG cylinder and the date for booking of the next refill. The same is also true for commercial LPG supplies
HINDUSTAN PETROLEUM CORPORATION LIMITED lpg Regional Office at Rohtak Road Jind-126012 through Chief Regional Manager cum CPIO Jind LPG RO Letter NO.LPG/SM/RTI dated 12.12.2009 informed as under :
There is no time bar taking refill cylinder. However it should be used for Domestic cooking by genuine domestic customer. There is no time bar for Non Domestic refill.
R K Garg
Submitted by : Mr. Ajith via Mr. Rejimon ; with thanks : source : http://www.rtiindia.org/forum/40223-no-time-bar-refill-gas-cylinder.html
Friday, January 15, 2010
Many of our subscribers have not yet verified the confirmation mail in their mail box. As a result, they are not getting our regular updates. Please check your mail box & verify the mail for confirming the subscription to the blog.
May we request our valued Subscribers to please forward about this blog to your friends in Delhi so that they could also subscribe & comment on various issues.
submitted by Mr. Ajith via Rejimon
In the annual document called Aggregate Revenue Requirement (ARR) submitted to the Delhi Electricity Regulatory Commission (DERC), the discoms have shown humungous revenue gaps, which, if approved, will be passed on to consumers next year and will cause a sharp spike in the cost of consumption.
Going by the ARR calculations, BSES Rajdhani (BRPL), the biggest discom, has sought around a 69 per cent increase, while its cousin, BSES Yamuna (BYPL), the smallest commercial discom, has pitched for around a 60 per cent hike.
Both the discoms are controlled by Anil Ambani's Reliance. The Tata-backed North Delhi Power Limited (NDPL) has asked for 52 per cent increase in tariff.
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with thanks : source : http://www.hindustantimes.com/rssfeed/newdelhi/Ready-to-pay-70-more-for-power/Article1-497560.aspx
"A 300-bed mother and child health centre combining gynaecology and obstetrics and paediatric departments will be ready by June," said medical superintendent Dr U.C. Verma.
Verma says there is little the hospital can do about the bed-sharing, as everyone who needs treatment has to be accomodated.
“GTB Hospital hospital is a tertiary health centre and ideally only emergencies and referrals should come to us but this does not happen. We are forced to admit even normal delivery cases as we cannot turn away anyone,” said Dr Verma.
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Contrary to previous norms, the new noise pollution rules made by the environment ministry make it the police’s duty to stop loud noises after 10 p.m. — even if no one has complained.
The Noise Pollution (Regulation and Control) Amendment Rules notified on Monday empowers district administration and police to suo moto stop sources of noise pollution.
Incorporating various earlier directions by the Supreme Court, the new norms set the permissible noise level at no more than five decibels between 10 p.m. and 6 a.m. Five decibels is the moderate volume of sound from your television.
For just 15 days, at the peak of the marriage and festival season, two extra hours of noisy merrymaking will be allowed — up to midnight. “It’s a small step in making our cities less noisy,” said Environment Minister Jairam Ramesh.
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Thursday, January 14, 2010
Let me take the opportunity of congratulating you at the first instance for the blogspot initiative to benefit the Delhi based RWAs and then also thanking you for the Lohri Greetings. Makar Sankranti and Lohri in this New Year 2010 will give us boost in taking up our common problems with the Civic Agencies and Delhi/Central Govt. Departments/Ministries.
Where is your office and will you also be arranging interactive sessions for the West Zone based RWAs to build pressure on common issues?
With warm person regards,
Vice-President, WELFARE ASSOCIATION 'G' BLOCK HARI NAGAR(REGD)
WZ-208, ST.15, G BLOCK, HARI NAGAR, NEW DELHI-110058
S N Malik
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