PCMC To Repair Wakad Chowk Road

PUNE: The Pimpri-Chinchwad Municipal Corporation (PCMC) will repair the alternative road at the Wakad chowk, going to Hinjewadi, to reduce the current congestion in traffic. A proposal seeking approval of the standing committee to repair the road from Kasarsai octroi post in Wakad to Hinjewadi will be tabled at the standing committee meeting on June 8. The repair work is to cost Rs 41.13 lakh.

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Terror Aftermath: Pune’s German Bakery To Get Compensation

PUNE: The government of Maharashtra has decided to give a compensation of Rs 14,23,500 for loss or property to owners of the German Bakery, which was rocked by a bomb blast on February 13, killing 17 people and injuring 65.

The bakery had suffered heavy property losses during the blast. The district administration on Thursday said that the compensation will be given in a few days.

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Terror Aftermath: Pune’s German Bakery To Get Compensation

PUNE: The government of Maharashtra has decided to give a compensation of Rs 14,23,500 for loss or property to owners of the German Bakery, which was rocked by a bomb blast on February 13, killing 17 people and injuring 65.

The bakery had suffered heavy property losses during the blast. The district administration on Thursday said that the compensation will be given in a few days.

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PCMC Infrastructure: Something Fishy In The Floodlines

Irrigation Minister, Ajit Pawar, and men from his department plan to change the city’s floodline and finalise new one in four days. The irrigation department is going to redraw the floodlines of three rivers: Pavana, Mula and Indrayani, which pass through Pimpri Chinchwad.

It has realised its mistake, after charging the Pimpri Chinchwad Municipal Corporation (PCMC) Rs 1.62 crore for marking the lines for the first time. However, the opposition alleges it’s a huge scam meant for them and their circle of builders to make millions.

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PCMC Infrastructure: Something Fishy In The Floodlines

Irrigation Minister, Ajit Pawar, and men from his department plan to change the city’s floodline and finalise new one in four days. The irrigation department is going to redraw the floodlines of three rivers: Pavana, Mula and Indrayani, which pass through Pimpri Chinchwad.

It has realised its mistake, after charging the Pimpri Chinchwad Municipal Corporation (PCMC) Rs 1.62 crore for marking the lines for the first time. However, the opposition alleges it’s a huge scam meant for them and their circle of builders to make millions.

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PMC Issues Notice To Vacate Dangerous Wadas

PUNE: The civic body has issued notices to more than 1,200 wadas in the peth areas that need to be vacated, as they are in very dangerous conditions. A survey was conducted by the Pune Municipal Corporation (PMC) during the year, following which wadas have been classified into three categories, namely, structures that are safe for living, structures that need immediate repairs and structures that need to be vacated.

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PCMC To Get New Floodlines

PUNE: The irrigation department is expected to mark fresh floodlines in Pimpri-Chinchwad Municipal Corporation limits after conducting a survey. Speaking to TOI on Tuesday, Pimpri-Chinchwad mayor Yogesh Behl said the decision was taken during a meeting with irrigation officials in Mumbai on Tuesday.

Behl said two types of floodlines blue and red were proposed at the meeting. The blue floodline indicates up to 700 metres of area from the river, where constructions are restricted. The blue floodline is the area till where water had reached during biggest floods’ in the last 25 years, while the red floodline indicates areas where floodwaters had reached during the biggest floods’ in the last 100 years.

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World Environment Day: Green Company Award For Pune Firm

Pune-based leading Innovative Infrastructure Solutions’ provider Synefra Engineering & Construction Ltd has bagged the ‘Global Green Company of the Year 2010’ award under the category of Global Green Corporate Social Responsibility Awards 2010 for its efforts and investment towards environment and sustainable development.

The award was presented by Green Energy Foundation (GEF) in association with UNESCO on the occasion of World Environment Day, held at MCCIA Trade Towers last week.

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World Environment Day: Green Company Award For Pune Firm

Pune-based leading Innovative Infrastructure Solutions’ provider Synefra Engineering & Construction Ltd has bagged the ‘Global Green Company of the Year 2010’ award under the category of Global Green Corporate Social Responsibility Awards 2010 for its efforts and investment towards environment and sustainable development.

The award was presented by Green Energy Foundation (GEF) in association with UNESCO on the occasion of World Environment Day, held at MCCIA Trade Towers last week.

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PMC: Transport Survey Must Before Implementing Metro, BRTS

Even as the civic administration proposal to rope in private agencies in octroi collection is yet to get the nod from its standing committee, the Pune Municipal Corporation (PMC) is now planning to involve private agencies in recovery of pending property tax dues.

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