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Saradha scam: Madan Mitra’s bail plea rejected, custody extended till January 14

Mitra’s frail health condition was another reason why he be granted bail, his counsel said. The counsel for CBI argued that there “is not such change of circumstance” and opposed Mitra’s bail plea.

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PM Modi wants bureaucrats to give ideas for ‘transformative change’

The Secretaries will now interact among each other, in sub-groups over the next two weeks, after which they will present their ideas and suggestions to the Prime Minister, the statement said.
Ministers Arun Jaitley, Rajnath Singh, Sushma Swaraj and Nitin Gadkari were also present at the interaction.

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Delhi’s air quality to remain ‘very poor’ over the weekend: IMD

The average levels of PM 2.5 and PM 10 were 174 and 285 microgram per cubic metre on Friday, a senior IMD official said and added that such conditions are expected to remain over the next two days due to atmospheric conditions.

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Delhiites would do well to avoid outdoor activities over the weekend as the city’s ‘very poor’ air quality brings with it the possibility of respiratory illness on prolonged exposure.The average levels of PM 2.5 and PM 10 were 174 and 285 microgram per cubic metre on Friday, a senior IMD official said and added that such conditions are expected to remain over the next two days due to atmospheric conditions.”The wind is not that strong so suspended particulate matters won’t get easily dispersed. Winds from the himalayas have also brought in moisture and resulted in a drop of day- time temperature,” the official said.<!– Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Real-time figures of Delhi Pollution Control Committee (DPCC) were more alarming as PM 2.5 and PM 10, fine pollutants which can penetrate deep into the respiratory system, were multiple times higher than the safe limits of 60 and 100. Anand Vihar’s PM 2.5 and PM 10 were 316 microgram per cubic metre and 781 at 8.50 PM while the same were 242 and 480 in the RK Puram area at 5 PM. However, the average level of pollution has seen a dip over the last two days.On December 9, 24-hour-average reading of PM 2.5 was 204 and the Central Pollution Control Board’s real-time air quality index in places like Mandir Marg, Punjabi Bagh, RK Puram had touched the ‘severe’ category at many points during the day.’Very poor’ quality air signifies PM 10 and PM 2.5 levels between 351 and 420, and 211 to 252 micro gram per cubic metre while ‘severe’ is declared when PM 2.5 and PM 10 cross 253, 421 micro gram per cubic metres respectively. PM 2.5, microscopic in size, is considered by the World Health Organisation (WHO) as the best indicator of the level of health risks from air pollution.

Number of buses in Delhi to be doubled from Jan 1, to meet vehicle shortages

According to officials, separate bus lanes across all arterial roads in the city will be marked by December 25 and those obstructing movement of buses in these lanes will be penalised.

In further development on its ambitious odd-even car rule, the AAP government on Thursday said an additional 6,000 buses will be deployed to enhance public transport from January 1. That aside, frequency of metro trains will be increased more autos will be allowed to ply on the roads, the government said. According to officials, separate bus lanes across all arterial roads in the city will be marked by December 25 and those obstructing movement of buses in these lanes will be penalised.<!– Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –> PWD Minister Satyendar Jain said the Delhi government has decided to slap fine of Rs 5,000 against officials concerned including park in-charges if leaves and garbage are burned in their areas –a major source of air pollution– as per the National Green Tribunal’s order. The Delhi government is also in talks with the Railways for improving frequency of trains running between Delhi and nearby cities of NCR, Jain said.The decisions were taken after a meeting was attended by all Delhi ministers, top officials of Traffic Police and representatives of all departments and agencies concerned. “We will run 6,000 buses as per cluster system. The drivers will be hired by the bus owners. DTC will arrange for conductors and decide the route,” Delhi Transport Minister Gopal Rai, said. Rai said rules are being relaxed to allow more autos on the road. He added that an auto driver can give his vehicle to someone else for driving under the new rules. As per existing rules, only permit holder of a specific auto can ply the vehicle. “We will launch the first stage of Puchho app tomorrow which will help people hire autos for commuting in case they are covered under the odd-even scheme,” he said He also said that after the launch of the app, commuters will be able to book autorickshaws using their smartphones. Delhiites should also check their pollution control certificates before January 1, the minister said. According to the government, there are 100 major construction projects being carried out across the national capital, also a contributor to pollution.Contractors will have to install boards indicating construction site as per rules.

Five reasons why green tax collection might create hassles in Delhi

Here are five main reasons why the implementation of green tax collection will increase hassles for toll-collectors and Delhiites.

Sunday onwards, an extra Environment Compensation Charge (ECC) is to be levied on commercial vehicles entering national capital under an order put in force by Supreme Court. Toll collectors, however, are not demonstrating keenness as far as tax collection in concerned. As iamin talked to several toll collectors, they confided several apprehensions that they are holding regarding green tax.Here are five main reasons why the implementation of green tax collection will increase hassles for toll-collectors and Delhiites.<!– Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>No mechanism to check trucks carrying essential commodities: As per the apex court order, vehicles carrying essential commodities- food grains, fruits, milk, vegetables, all kinds of food stuff and oil tankers will be exempted from the pollution levy. But no mechanism has been put in place to check which vehicle is carrying essential commodities as most big trucks are covered and cannot be checked easily.
Checking will cause traffic jam: If every single truck entering Delhi is checked, traffic snarls will ensue near toll booths. As per toll collectors, manual checking is the only way-out which will certainly take at least five minutes per truck.
No police protection at booths: Currently none of the booths have police protection to deal with the wrath of ‘drunk’ truck drivers, especially in the night who may create a ruckus.
City roads might get choc-o-bloc with traffic too: While entering Delhi from neighbouring states like Haryana and Uttar Pradesh, there are some local roads which can be used to avoid tolls. For instance, while entering Delhi from Singhu Border, one can enter Narela (Delhi) without using toll road which can increase traffic on city roads. It will ultimately cause jams on roads.
No scrutiny of agencies manning booths: All toll booth in Delhi are being handled by private agencies who are under a contract with MCD. They have temporary staff who collect toll from all commercial vehicles. These agencies, therefore, are not accountable to any government body for tax collection.
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Three babies petition Supreme Court seeking ban on firecrackers during Diwali

Arjun Goyal, Aarav Bhandari and Zoya Rao Bhasin of Delhi have sought the intervention of the Supreme Court as authorities have been unwilling to take adequate measures to curb pollution.

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3 babies aged between 6 and 14 months have moved the Supreme Court asking for a ban on loud firecrackers during Dusshera and Diwali, according to a report in Hindustan Times. The babies have asserted their right to be brought up in a pollution-free environment.In a petition filed through their fathers, petitioners Arjun Goyal, Aarav Bhandari and Zoya Rao Bhasin of Delhi have sought the intervention of the Supreme Court as authorities have been unwilling to take adequate measures to curb pollution.”They are foremost prone to lung disease, asthma, coughing, bronchitis, retarded nervous system development and cognitive impairment,” the petitioners have pointed out, urging the court to restrain the authorities from issuing licenses for sale of firecrackers in Delhi.<!– Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>The widespread use of firecrackers in Delhi – declared the most polluted city in the world by the World Health Organization – during the festive season exposes vulnerable infants to severe diseases such as asthma and worsens their lung conditions, the petition said.Though the top court has declared the state as the protector of natural resources, the latter has failed to perform its job effectively, the petition alleged.It further alleges that the authorities have not laid down any guidelines for manufacturers of firecrackers to conform to environmental norms. Indeed, it claims manufacturers and sellers pay no heed to environmental or health concerns while making and selling these crackers.Scholarly evidence of the adverse effect of such crackers on children has been given to the court, reports HT. The petitioning parents have cited a study in Bangalore that shows how a widespread awareness campaign and enforcement mechanisms led to a 32% decrease in pollution levels there during Diwali time in 2013 compared to a year ago.The petition says that studies reveal that cases of wheezing, respiratory diseases, exacerbation of bronchial asthma and bronchitis increase by 40% among Delhiites during Diwali, HT reports.The Supreme Court in 2005 had issued directions to restrict the use of fireworks and fixed a 10 pm deadline for such festivities. It also changed the basis for evaluating fireworks from the noise level to its chemical composition.

Delhi: BJP, Congress stage separate protests against VAT hike on fuel

Delhi BJP chief Satish Upadhyay said the AAP government’s justification to hike the rates did not have any basis as Kejriwal was spending hundreds of crore for “self-glorification”.

A day after hike in VAT rates on petrol and diesel in Delhi, BJP and Congress on Thursday accused the AAP government of “cheating and betrayal” as they staged separate protests in the city.Activists of Youth Congress tried to march towards Kejriwal’s residence where they were stopped by a heavy police presence, while water cannons were used to disperse BJP workers near the state Secretariat. Delhi BJP chief Satish Upadhyay said the AAP government’s justification to hike the rates did not have any basis as Kejriwal was spending hundreds of crore for “self-glorification”.<!– Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>”Strange comparison is being drawn with other states. Apparently they are rationalising. But this is return gift to Delhiites by increasing VAT due to which price rise is inevitable. This is nothing short of cheating and betrayal with the people of Delhi,” he said.Delhi Congress spokesperson Sharmistha Mukherjee termed the government as one being “full of lies, false promises”. “Deliberately misleading people of Delhi….a total betrayal of faith! 526cr publicity budget, 1 lac+ salary (to) party workers costing dear (to) ppl of Delhi,” she tweeted.Petrol prices were on Wednesday increased in the national capital by a steep Rs 2.78 per litre and diesel by Rs 1.83 as the Aam Aadmi Party government raised Value Added Tax (VAT) on them.

Connecting across classes: How Rahul Gandhi took a leaf from AAP’s book

Rahul Gandhi, sources close to him say, never made secret his appreciation of the Aam Aadmi Party’s style of connecting to people across classes.

After the results of the 2013 Delhi assembly elections were out he remarked that the Congress should learn a few things from the AAP. His party had just been reduced to a mere eight seats in the 70-member house after being in power for 15 years and his remark at that point attracted ridicule. The next year saw his party tumbling to its worst ever performance in a general election, winning only 44 MPs. It was obvious that the party had lost its base among all sections.

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Now in a hurry to arrest the alarming slide, he is busy following the AAP model of reaching out to people. The impact is visible.

Just when political pundits were busy extolling his pro-poor agenda, Rahul took everyone by surprise this Saturday when he interacted with almost 200 homebuyers of the National Capital Region (NCR) who are still waiting for their homes from various builders.

The possession of these homes is long overdue but the families can do little against the powerful builders. Rahul gave a patient hearing to their woes.

“The main dilution is that earlier there was clear transparency. One was actually getting the carpet area that one was signing for. They have changed it from pro-buyer, and made it pro-builder,” he said, attacking the NDA government on the amendments made to the Real Estate Bill.

The range in Rahul’s armoury to target Narendra Modi’s election promises seems to be ample and there is a method to his new found aggression. “The rise of AAP has shown that it is not all about doing, b

ut doing and finishing as well,” says a Congress leader, adding “Rahul Ji has taken a leaf out of their book and turned it around for our party and himself.”

After his initial focus on the poor and the tribals, sources in the party say that Rahul is keen to win back the middle classes. He is keen to tap in on the growing disenchantment amongst the working class against unfulfilled promises of the prime minister.

What has been troubling the Gandhi scion is also the fact that Congress failed to win any seat in Delhi assembly election earlier this year. The party losing its traditional vote of poor and middle class since AAP emerged on the political scene in 2013.

Sources say Rahul wants to drive home the point that Delhi’s development has happened under Congress and the party needs to remind Delhiites about the same at regular intervals. The party needs to present itself as a viable political option not just against the BJP, but against the AAP as well as Delhi remains high on his list of states to win for the party.

Ever since his return from a long break, the Congress vice president has not done a thing wrong in his public posturing, be it attending the farmers’ rally to scathing attack on NDA in Parliament to visiting villagers in rural India. So far all this was on expected lines, something that he had done in the past though the consistency was missing. But what has set Rahul apart in his new avatar is him raising issues like Net Neutrality in Parliament and meeting home buyers of NCR.

“Our leader has clear views on issues close to the people and our country. I don’t know why you think that he is only pro-poor, he is thinking about all sections of the society.” says Jitin Prasada, former Union minister.

When Rahul walked into the Congress headquarters on Saturday through the door connecting Congress president’s residence, he was not flanked by the likes of Ahmed Patel, Motilal Vora and Janardan Dwivedi. Giving in company were Delhi Congress Chief Ajay Maken and the party’s media department chief Randeep Surjewala. The message was for all to see: the change of guard has happened and the would-be chief is not secretive about his likes and dislikes anymore.

Delhi government directs transport corporation to buy 500 new buses

New Delhi:  With the city bus service facing a shortage of buses, the AAP-led Delhi government has directed the DTC to add 500 midi buses to its fleet immediately. Delhiites have been facing difficulties in commuting due to shortage of buses in the national capital.

The Delhi Transport Corporation (DTC) currently operates around 4,700 regular buses and 1,500 cluster buses.

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The DTC has already started analysing the cost of midi buses, or single-decker minibuses, and a decision on its procurement is expected to be taken in the next board meeting of the corporation.

“In view of a huge shortage of buses in the national capital, we have asked DTC to buy 500 midi buses so that people using bus service don’t have to face problem while commuting across the city,” a senior government official said.

The midi buses will be purchased in a phased manner, he said, adding, there are several routes, especially in rural areas, where commuters have to wait several hours for buses.

“DTC will buy 500 midi buses in the first phase, while more buses will be added to DTC’s fleet in the second phase. If we compare the cost of midi buses to that of normal buses, the difference is not much. The number of seats is also almost same as smaller buses have 28-30 seats,” the official said, adding, they will be plied on routes facing shortage of buses.

At present, most DTC buses are either low-floor or semi-low floor buses supplied by Tata Motors and Ashok Leyland.

Delhi Transport Minister Gopal Rai had recently said that his government was serious about tackling the problem of the shortage of buses.

Meanwhile, the DTC has started the process of phasing out its entire fleet of standard-floor or ‘yellow’ buses, which it says are “beyond repair”.

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Drunken brawls and road rage: Why Delhi can’t party all night like Mumbai

After the Mumbai police allowed city’s pubs, night clubs and restrobars to operate round-the-clock, the long standing demand for extending the operating hours of watering holes in the national capital has got a boost.

In Mumbai, bars and restaurants used to shut down by 12.30-1.30 am. Four-five stars hotels were allowed to operate for two hours more. In Delhi, the discotheques, pubs, bars and restaurants stop playing music and serving liquor by 12.30 am and are completely shut down by 1 am, depending on location.

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All top officials of the Delhi Police have been tasked by Commissioner BS Bassi to personally ensure that the deadline is enforced. The SHO ensures that the shutters of all such establishments are down at the stipulated time in his area. He then informs the deputy commissioner of police (DCP) concerned about the timely closure who, in turn, informs joint commissioner of police (JCP) and the communication also reaches the special commissioner and the commissioner.

They have been asked to issue challans if any such establishment flouted the norms. The directive came in the wake of “rising incidents of drunken brawls, at pubs, bars, night clubs and restaurants, crime against women and road rage”.

According to Delhi Police, outlets in the New Delhi Municipal Council (NDMC) area are allowed to remain open till 1 am while the others have to down shutters by 12.30 pm. The police say the restrictions help maintain law and order in the city. They have been directed to pay special attention to New Delhi and South Delhi districts because majority of pubs, clubs and bars are located in the two areas.

“Incidents of crime against women, drunken driving and brawls won’t stop and there will be a spurt in such crimes if clubs, bars, restraints and pubs are allowed to operate 24 hours. Many of these establishment indulge in illegal activities like flesh trade, serving liquor to those below 25 years, etc,” Special Commissioner of Police (Law and Order) Deepak Mishra told Firstpost, adding that “shutting the clubs down by 1 am helps the police in ensuring women’s safety and maintaining law and order”. He also said they fear a rise in pub brawls and drunken driving if premises are open all night.

But Delhiites say early shut down does not in any way directly address the problem of random acts of violence and crime against women by anti-social elements.

“We cannot let our society as a whole be defined by a tiny minority of our worst behaved. We have a right to our freedom, we expect government to predicate our laws not on the worst actions of a miniscule minority, but on the best that we as a society can be and are,” 32-year-old event manager Ashutosh Sharma, who also runs an online campaign – Save Delhi’s Nightlife, told Firstpost.

Adding that an active nightlife is crucial to being considered a modern urban space and letting bars and restaurants remain open 24X7 is a step in that direction, he alleged that the administration is curbing their right to enjoy at night.

“The early shut down of nightclubs, bars and other such establishments is against our freedom. We have lost our right to enjoy a late night out,” he added.

Sharma said bartenders, DJs, club managers, restaurants owners, night life photographers, graphic designers and even taxi drivers are losing out due to the deadline. “Nightlife is connected to the day economy, so the recessed night economy is impacting the day economy, with people losing work and jobs,” he added.

Shyam Singh, who runs Escorts Security that provides bouncers to numerous nightclubs in National Capital Region (NCR), said, “Early deadline won’t stop brawls and crime against women. Any fight that has to happen will happen at 11.30 pm also. Therefore, closing down a place early to prevent pub brawls and crime against women make no sense.”

To check brawls, he advocated the increased deployment of bouncers not only within the premises but also in their vicinity. “If there are more bouncers and better street lighting around an outlet or in the market where it is situated as well as parking lots, it will help a great deal,” he said.

Aarti Rastogi, marketing manager at Turquoise Cottage, a popular pub in south Delhi, corroborated his views. “While beefing up security will certainly help, the city’s men folk need to change their mentality as well,” she said.

Ashna Malik, who works with an advertising company, said, “I along with my friends went to a five-star club, where the police suddenly barged into the premises and asked everyone to leave right away. A policewoman shoved some of my friends outside the venue. They asked us why we were lying there like homeless people. Will the city become safer if they give a tough time to troublemakers out on the streets than cracking down on us?”

Her allegation was backed by Ridesh Shah, general manager of Third Eye. “It happens almost every day. Five-six men in uniform get in and ask guests to vacate the place immediately. At times, they harass and force them out. This happens despite having a licence that allows us to serve liquor round-the-clock,” he said.

The main reason given for not extending the deadline is safety. But almost everyone, to whom Firstpost spoke to, was ready to go extra miles for the safety of women. Harsh Singh, general manager of Talab Cafe & Bar, said, “We are ready to make arrangements at our end; we will make sure women reach home safely. We will keep the pubs safe and that is on us. But the cops need to make the roads safe.”

“We take proper care of the safety of ladies. If the extended time is approved, we will arrange cabs for them at our own expenses,” he said.

Despite having 85000 strong workforces, almost double of Mumbai Police, Delhi Police finds it difficult to maintain law and order and ensure women safety at late hours, rued many youngsters.

3 newly elected BJP Chief Ministers are ‘real aam aadmis’, says BJP President Amit Shah

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The newly-elected BJP chief ministers of Haryana, Jharkhand and Maharashtra came together to ask Delhiites to vote the party into power in the upcoming Assembly polls so that its government in Delhi could join hands with Prime Minister Narendra Modi at the Centre.The trio, who were termed ‘real aam aadmis’ by BJP President Amit Shah at a rally in Delhi on Saturday, all pitched for the saffron party to be handed the mandate in Delhi.”BJP has formed its government with a full majority in Haryana for the first time after people completely rejected Congress. After Haryana, BJP’s victory waves are moving towards Delhi. I am very sure that BJP will definitely get full majority in the upcoming polls and give good governance,” Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar said at a BJP rally at the Ramlila Grounds in the national capital.Khattar appealed to the people hailing from his state who live in Delhi to vote for BJP. “30% of the total population of Delhi belongs to Haryana and lakhs of people go from either state to the other in order to earn their livelihood,” he said.Similar was the pitch of Jharkhand Chief Minister Raghubar Das, who said, “On the appeal of Modi-ji, Jharkhand’s people voted for BJP and Modi-ji is now appealing to the people of Delhi and they should support BJP. For the last 14 years, Jharkhand was under-developed; (but) there is now a BJP government, (the state) will grow very well,” said Das. He said that only in BJP are the party workers given important responsibilities and added that, the son of a labourer, he is now the chief minister of Jharkhand only because he was a member of the outfit.Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis said that a BJP government would ensure development in Delhi. “In next two years, we are going to invest Rs 1 lakh crore in Mumbai with the help of the Centre. I want to ask you, if you also want to change Delhi and get development here, then come with BJP,” he said.BJP President Shah, while addressing the rally, said that while some call themselves ‘aam aadmi’, they should look to the dais at the Ramlila Grounds to see the real ‘aam aadmis’. His reference was to the 3 chief ministers in an apparent dig at Aam Aadmi Party Chief Arvind Kejriwal.

Delhi on high alert after Paris attack

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A high alert was sounded in the national capital and security beefed up in vital installations including IGI airport, railway stations, Metro stations, India Gate and in major markets in the wake of a terrorist attack in Paris. Top police officials said security has been tightened across the city following the terror strike and HIT and SWAT (Special Weapons And Tactics) teams have been deployed.”A high alert was sounded in the city following the attack in Paris. We are prepared for any eventuality and our HIT and SWAT teams have been deployed at strategic locations,” said a senior police official. Security has been top notch in the city in the last one month or so after several attacks around the world and intelligence inputs which suggested that Lashkar-e-Toiba may stage a “spectacular” attack in Delhi.Following the intelligence input that terrorists can target 5-star hotels in the city, SWAT teams have been stationed outside premier hotels while special measures were already in place to guard city schools after the terror attack on an Army school in Peshawar in Pakistan.Police has also urged Delhiites to report any suspicious activities on terror helpline number 1090. The police top brass has asked Special Cell and Crime Branch to further strengthen the intelligence system and keep tab on movement of suspected individuals.Local police has been instructed to keep a tight vigil and ensure that every anti-terrorism measures were in place

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