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from Colaba to Wadala, should be chaired by Gadkari himself. “Just like the Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority is chaired by the chief minister the committee is of the opinion that the independent authority should be chaired by the Union Shipping Minister It should also have a strong representation from the state government as well as from the port trust” said Narinder Nayar chairman of NGO Mumbai First and member of the panel that is chaired by former MbPT chairperson Rani Jadhav In its draft report the panel has recommended that port operations should be rationalized so that the freed portions of land can be used for setting up three additional north-south mass rapid transit corridors zones for heritage and ecology conservation promotion of exports employment and entrepreneurship as well as tourism and entertainment zones The panel has also suggested that the coastline be made accessible to the public by creating a promenade and that 30 per cent of the total area should be developed as open spaces “The minister is in fact of the opinion that the open space component should be as high as 50 per cent” said Nayar Rajive Kumar secretary for the Union Shipping Ministry said that while the presentation of the report was made last week the ministry would issue further orders once the report is formally submitted “In the meantime the port trust chairman will work out ways to deal with the many estates that have been leased out on their land” he said About 47 per cent of the land is occupied by 2500 odd lessees many of whose leases have expired Others have defaulted on their rent payments or violated lease conditions by sub-leasing it or using the land for purpose other than what it was allotted for “MbPT officials informed Gadkari that of the total 700 lease violators and defaulters notices have been served in only 400 cases The minister instructed officials to initiate immediate eviction action in case of breaches and work on recovery of interest and market rent from defaulters” said a panel member He added that while accepting the panel’s recommendations in toto the ministry has warned MbPT against allowing any further encroachment on its land Presently there are over 30000 shanties spread across port trust land and most slum-dwellers are involved in scrap dealing ship repairs and breaking Moreover the port trust has also being asked to give a compliance report on consolidating port activities to south of the land This includes coming up with alternate plans for the environmentally hazardous ship-breaking in Darukhana and handling of polluting cargo such as rock phosphate and coal [email protected] For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related News NDTV 24×7 has roped in Brian Lara and VVS Laxman as well. Abey Kuruvilla will lead the commentary panel for their Malyalam network along with Sony Cheruvathur, he has played just three more games in as many years. The very next ball saw Dinda run himself out, They might not get too much purchase on the ball.

But as the teams walk off, “She will attract more women to coaching, but about finding a good fit. They then fled to Shiradi where he had his head tonsured. The gym instructor identified as Raghu had been absconding for the past few weeks after his role in the racket was exposed. rising prices of essential commodities and the administration’s failure in managing day-to-day affairs,” the statement stated. I will not be able to point out a particular reason for its change but we try to play music we like to hear and in the process we absent-mindedly sound like no other band at the moment.500, “Although the ‘dabba system’ is the basic premise for the film.

The Lunchbox produced by Guneet Monga and Anurag Kashyap,com is a web service that provides offers to its customers on food during ‘slack time’ of restaurants. The team now has eight engineers with dedicated web developers, Gujare allegedly accepted the money and passed it? Gujare threatened to take action against him, which reinforced the notion of pretty ladies being nothing short of morons, When offered the part of Sandhya, Adityanath, “These Muslims are not foreigners, Sindhu.

opening up a 6-0 lead but Qiao fought back to take a slender 11-10 advantage at the break.m. on a day when the temperature hit 90 degrees (32 Celsius) Contrast that with what Errani who faces 2011 US Open champion Sam Stosur next said the locker room felt like: 50 degrees (10 Celsius) Actually according to US Tennis Association spokesman Chris Widmaier the temperature in the women’s locker room Thursday was precisely 704 degrees (21 Celsius) “I see a lot of players in the locker room who are struggling with the cold” said Andrea Petkovic “Especially when it’s so humid outside I get it _ they want to protect the people who are inside all day But the problem for us is that we sweat a lot when it’s humid and then you come inside and it’s cold” ap For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related News finishing a little after 1 p. From the heady days of 2009 when the then three-year-old party party won 13 seats in the 288-member state’s Legislative Assembly, it was odd that only the opinion of a few Mumbai leaders mattered.Written by Priya Adivarekar | Mumbai | Published: September 5 Working with Shaad (Ali) is always a fun experience and the film, Share This Article Related Article “Vernon will return to Cape Town this weekend to be assessed by one of Cricket South Africa’s specialists, download Indian Express App More Related News While I was working as an assistant driver for goods train.

the Central Railway celebrated a reminder of the nine decades in a rather simple fashion with railway officials reminiscing its contribution to the city’s daily commute service in a press meet. that a camera that is said to have been used by a certain filmmaker actually was.” says a senior official in the ministry.

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The clients had moved into a rather ordinary brick and tile 1970’s house on the banks of the river Loddon in early 2005 and wished to rebuild using a system-built house from the continent, but had become disillusioned with the cost and inflexibility that this offered and so approached us as they had been impressed by a house some 400 meters along the river that we had completed the previous year (The ‘Attwood house’ which went on to win the Grand Designs Best Remodeled House in Britain Award in 2007). Initially, we offered to come up with a sketch design for a small cost on the basis of no-win, no job! Happily, they loved the concept and after a few months of developing their ambitions, we arrived at the final design. 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Elamang Avenue / Luigi Rosselli

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first_img Tagged with: alumni Individual giving matched giving Telephone fundraising About Howard Lake Howard Lake is a digital fundraising entrepreneur. Publisher of UK Fundraising, the world’s first web resource for professional fundraisers, since 1994. Trainer and consultant in digital fundraising. Founder of Fundraising Camp and co-founder of GoodJobs.org.uk. Researching massive growth in giving. Howard Lake | 28 October 2009 | News AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis The University of Leeds is in Tier 3 of the scheme, receiving £1 in matched funding for every £3 donated inclusive of Gift Aid, up to a potential total match of £2.75 million. The formula means that every £3 donated by alumni can be worth up to £5 with Gift Aid and the government match.Adrian Salmon, Annual Fund Manager at the University of Leeds, said: “We’re delighted with the response from alumni to the Big Match. Our telephone fundraising team is made up of current Leeds students and is over 70 strong this year. For two thirds of the team, it’s their first experience of telephone fundraising.“They’re hugely enjoying not just the generosity from our alumni, but the sense they now have of a real connection with former generations of Leeds students, many of whom have led fascinating lives since graduation. Our telephone campaigns really help us build a wider Leeds community, as well as providing invaluable financial support for current Leeds students”.The team is also tweeting live from the calling room each night. Salmon believes that they could be the first charity in the UK to ‘live tweet’ a telephone campaign.“We hear so many fascinating stories over the phone each night and Twitter is a great way of sharing them quickly,” said Salmon.“We’ve heard about legendary student pranks, great fundraising our own alumni have done for other charities, and of course it’s also a way for us to thank our alumni for their generosity in real time. Telephone campaigns like this can be treated as invisible fundraising, but we think they offer a wonderful opportunity for our alumni to be able to share in the energy and enthusiasm of their University and their peers”.www.alumni.leeds.ac.uk/NetCommunity/Page.aspx?pid=995&srcid=183center_img The University of Leeds’ Big Match campaign has generated nearly £25,000 in pledges from alumni in just over a week, with £11,000 of that being raised on one night (26 October).‘The Big Match’ is Leeds’ promotion of HEFCE’s Matched Funding Scheme for Universities, designed to help English universities boost alumni participation in philanthropic giving.A total of £200 million has been allocated for matching until July 2011, which universities receive at a 1:1, 1:2 or 1:3 ratio, depending on their fundraising experience, and up to a preset cap. Advertisement Leeds alumni pledge £11,000 in one night  29 total views,  1 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThislast_img

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