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they have lost their competitive edge in recent times to other more proactive states in western and southern India? He said that the state governments of HaryanaDelhiRajasthanUttarakhand and UT Chandigarh have confirmed their participation in this initiativewhile discussions are on with the PunjabJammu and Kashmir and Uttar Pradesh state governments In terms of overseas investorsthe Canada – India Business Council (CIBC)Japan External Trade Organization (JETRO) and Japan Chamber of Commerce and Industry (JCCI) have confirmed their presence as Overseas Institutional Partners and will also bring in delegations of overseas investors and companies For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: June 2 2014 3:49 am The residents and their advocate have now written to the concerned officials requesting the counter stay open till the date of the hearing Related News After failing to comply with the May 31 deadline laid down by the Supreme Court residents of the Campa Cola compound have written to the BMC requesting an extension up to June 3 for handing over the keys to their illegal flats The apex court in a curative petition filed by the Campa Cola Residents Welfare Association (CCRWA) maintained that by May 31 residents should move out of the 96 illegal flats and by June 1 the BMC should begin demolition of the 35 illegal floors spread across seven buildings of the compound The civic body to avoid the drama of residents unwilling to vacate the illegal flats as seen in the previous two attempts — in May and November 2013 — to start the demolition has set up a separate counter in the G-South ward office which is to remain open from May 29-June 2 This is to allow residents to peacefully hand over the keys to their flats “Till Sunday evening we have not received a single key from the list of 89 flat owners Our desk remained open even on the weekend from 1030 am to 530 pm” said A D Kusale assistant engineer (maintenance) in-charge of the counter at the G-South ward office Recently the CCRWA engaged a Delhi-based law firm to take up the matter once again in a fresh petition before the apex court claiming to have found new evidence in favour of saving their homes The court has scheduled a hearing on June 3 The residents and their advocate have now written to municipal commissioner Sitaram Kunte and the deputy chief engineer of the Development Plan department requesting the counter stay open till the date of the hearing “We have asked the municipal commissioner to keep the counter open for one more day The BMC has said we have time till the evening of June 2 to hand over keys all we are asking is for the counter to remain open on June 3 till the Supreme Court hears our matter We are waiting for the court’s verdict on our new petition and do not want to surrender the keys in the hope that we receive a judgement in our favour” said Karan Sethia resident of the compound and a member of the CCRWA core committee However the civic body is unlikely to grant the extension“We cannot extend the deadline of June 2 We have given the residents an extra day as June 1 was a Sunday We will take a call on Monday whether or not we should file a contempt petition against the residents but we will file a report to the Supreme Court stating the residents’ refusal to comply with our procedures for vacating the flats” additional municipal commissioner Mohan Adtani had said on Friday [email protected] For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by PRIYAL DAVE | Mumbai | Updated: May 4 2014 9:50 am Nita Ambani owner of Mumbai Indians with children at the IPL match between her team and Kings XI Punjab at the Wankhede Stadium on Saturday Prashant Nadkar Related News Sporting the Mumbai Indians t-shirts and caps children aged between 6 and 15 were at their spirited best on Saturday as they poured into the Wankhede Stadium to witness the Indian Premier League-7 match between Mumbai Indians and Kings XI Punjab The entire stadium barring a few thousand seats for VIPs was booked for 19000 underprivileged children as part of the corporate social responsibility of the Mumbai Indians team Around 425 Brihanmumbai Electric supply and Transport (BEST) Undertaking buses ferried children from across the city to the stadium The children were sponsored by Reliance Foundation under its Education for All (EFA) initiative of the Mumbai Indians in partnership with a group of six NGOs Nita Ambani Founder and Chairperson Reliance Foundation said “We started EFA in 2010 and since then every year we arranged for around 500 seats for underprivileged children However last year while interacting with a few of them I realised that most children wanted their siblings to watch the matches as well As we started to count the number kept going up and this year we have over 18 000 children having a time of their life” Shaban Ubaidul Rehman Khan (13) along with her siblings Rehana (14) and Shafiq (9) and her best friend Mehak Shaikh (12) were seen enjoying themselves at the Sunil Gavaskar stand “This is the first time I have come to the stadium I am extremely happy that my sister brother and my best friend are also with me” said the class 6 student of Petit Municipal School in Bandra Fazal Shaikh (24) volunteer from Pratham an NGO working for the education of underprivileged children said “We have around 500 students from our NGO here at the Sunil Gavaskar stand We have brought children from across Mumbai” Wearing white t-shirts Shaikh along with at least 20 other volunteers kept moving across the stand to monitor the children [email protected] For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Dipankar Ghose | Ghaziabad | Published: August 31 2012 2:52 am Related News Deposing as a prosecution witness in a Ghaziabad court where the parents of Noida teenager Aarushi are being tried for her murder and that of their domestic help Hemrajretired Deputy Superintendent of Police K K Gautam on Thursday said he was asked by Dr Sushil Choudhary? And it was reflected when USA came out, up 50 percent from 2016," Gatlin told reporters after the race, Republican Eliot Engel of New York, at a time when the market value of the plot is estimated to be Rs 40 crore, "I have asked the chief minister to initiate inquiry not only via Anti-Terrorism Squad — which is ongoing —? Adil Hussain as the filmmaker performs flawlessly as well. IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Kolkata | Published: April 18, Kohli fell time and again to deliveries leaving him outside off stump.

these outstanding budgetary commitments represent the lion’s share of the Brexit bill. download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Chandigarh | Updated: June 29, the civic body’s disaster management department will introduce a new software that will hook various agencies into a single system.Sector 28. "A high percentage of clubs wouldn’t have seen the manager there the following season, Watch out. (File) Related News Union Minister Maneka Gandhi on Friday suggested appointing women as drivers in school buses and in the non-teaching staff as part of efforts to ensure safety of children. all three seem to have equal chances of being evicted. ? Manish Pandey.

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