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Just one of the million stories that TV has been neglectingallowing corruption issues to swamp airtime [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by ZEESHAN SHAIKH | Mumbai | Published: May 16 2017 2:17 am The entire project is to cost approximately Rs 3600 crore according to government estimates Top News The proposed mid-sea memorial to Chhatrapati Shivaji a warrior king known to stay away from self-aggrandisement is once again under a cloud with its estimated cost being seen as expensive symbolism only to assuage voters’ sentiments Last month the state Public Works Department received a Rs 3826-crore bid from L&T the lowest among the three interested bidders for construction of the first phase of the memorial The bid was considerably higher than the state’s estimate for the first phase which was pegged at Rs 2500 crore while the entire project was estimated to cost approximately Rs 3600 crore “The state has to decide on the issue We will look into how we can lower the cost of the project Otherwise we may have to call for fresh bids” a senior state government official told The Indian Express Having drawn its share of critics already the first financial bid is now nearly 53 per cent higher than the government’s estimate Officials said efforts are on currently to cross-verify if the original estimates were accurate and realistic Re-tendering could result in a further delay to the project with the anticipated launch of construction in June now unlikely The project was first mooted by the Congress-NCP combine as an attempt to consolidate Maharashtra’s 32 per cent Maratha voters The Congress-NCP’s 2004 poll manifesto promised the memorial to Shivaji In June 2008 the Congress-NCP government made an announcement stating that the memorial would comprise an equestrian statue of the warrior king a museum dedicated to his life and a mini-theatre In 2009 the state cabinet gave clearance to a design of the Shivaji Memorial to be built mid-sea A design jointly submitted by Mumbai-based Team One architectural firm and Bangkok-based Bensley Design Studio had earlier been selected by a committee comprising then Chief Minister Ashok Chavan and deputy CM Chhagan Bhujbal Kept in abeyance the proposal was revived in 2012 with then Chief Minister Prithviraj Chavan forming a committee under the then guardian minister of Mumbai Jayant Patil to check whether the original plan could be operationalised The project did not make much progress during the Congress-NCP regime and the BJP government has decided to revive the project and make it grander It also got Prime Minister Narendra Modi to conduct a symbolic ‘jal-poojan’ at the site of the project As governments changed the scale of the project has also increased From a modest 98 metres it was increased to 190 metres during the Congress-NCP tenure and subsequently to 210 metres by the present BJP government The BJP-led Maharashtra government now plans to spend a whopping Rs 3500 crore for the entire project to be built in two phases The first phase will involve land reclamation and making the area ready for construction A pedestal with the statue will also be built during this phase which will house a library art gallery and museum In the second phase an amphitheatre and a state-of-the-art viewing system will be built where the life of the warrior king will be on display For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Shradha Chettri | New Delhi | Updated: July 8 2017 4:33 am The site of the leak Indian Express Archive Top News Fourteen-year-old Muskan Khatoon studies in Class IX at Rani Jhansi Sarvodaya Kanya Vidyalaya in Tughlakabad — the school where over 400 children fell ill following a gas leak in the vicinity on May 6 Following the incident Muskan was kept in the ICU of Majeedia Hospital for six days a little longer than many of her friends Though she was discharged after doctors termed her condition “fine” the “otherwise healthy child” has been falling ill constantly ever since Her mother Ruby Khatoon who lives in Nardan Basti in south Delhi says that since the gas leak her daughter has been having trouble breathing and has complained of a burning sensation in her stomach as well On May 6 chloromethyl pyridine a chemical used in fertilizers insecticides and certain drugs — had leaked from a depot container near the school Soon after the incident the Union Health Ministry — under the orders of the National Green Tribunal — had constituted an expert team comprising doctors from AIIMS to study the impact of the leak The AIIMS expert panel had in their report said the “Tughlakabad container was a ticking bomb” This week too Ruby got a call from the school that Muskan was unwell Since the gas leak Muskan has been taken to the hospital thrice with complaints of burning sensation in the eye and breathing problems among others “On July 1 I took her to ESIC Hospital at Okhla and they administered her oxygen and prescribed some medicines But I was asked to leave because I did not have an ESI card I couldn’t buy the medicine too since I don’t have money” said Ruby who sells bangles to support her four children Spreading out the hospital bills in front of her Ruby said that when Muskan was in the hospital for the first time immediately after the gas leak the government had paid for her stay in the hospital However the medical bills post discharge had to be cleared by them Since the incident Ruby has spent around Rs 4000 on Muskan’s medicines However the vice-principal of the school Manisha Vaish said Muskan is asthmatic and her falling sick has nothing to do with the gas leak Ruby however says she has never had to take her daughter to a doctor for respiratory trouble before the incident But it is not only Muskan Father of another child Shalu who lives in Lakkadpur said“Since that incident my daughter remains quiet and gets scared when she is in a crowd She complains of trouble while eating This time I have not been able to take her to the hospital When the gas leak happened we only had to pay for the medicines that were given at the time of discharge” Officials from Matri Sudha the NGO which works in the area said the Delhi government has not reviewed the status of the children after the incident “There can be post incident trauma as well as these are all young children The government should have done something about it” said Arvind Singh from Matri Sudha The Delhi government meanwhile did not respond to the queries of The Indian Express despite repeated attempts For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top NewsNew Delhi: The new Judicial Appointments Bill may run into rough weather in Rajya Sabha with Congress strongly opposed to its "veto provision" "There are issues with the veto provision. I have said everything now by saying this. There are two-three very crucial changes which will affect the independence of judiciary" party spokesperson Abhishek Singhvi saidSeeking judicial reforms PTI "Some of them impinge on judicial independence. We will suggest those changes" he said at the AICC briefing The bill brought by the NDA government provides that if two members of the National Judicial Appointments Commission (NJAC) do not agree then the appointment will not go ahead It also provides that the president can send back the recommendation of the panel back for reconsideration But if the panel reiterates the recommendation "unanimously" the president will have to go ahead with the appointment A senior Congress functionary speaking on condition of anonymity said that there is another catch in the bill "Since the law minister is also a member of the NJAC to appoint judges he may object to anybody’s election at the primary stage even when five other members are in favour of that person "And if he continues with his objection after the President sends back the file for reconsideration then the particular judge cannot be appointed as it will then require a ‘unanimous’ recommendation by the NJAC" the leader said At the AICC briefing Singhvi said that the principal objection of Congress is to certain clauses but "we are not against the basics of the bill the objective to be achieved" He however parried a specific question as to whether the party will support or oppose the bill in Parliament "You have not seen what we have done Wait for the day when the government brings it on the penultimate day you will see what we do" he said Asserting that the bill was "UPA’s pioneering initiative draft and idea" Singhvi said that Congress understands that imitation is best form of flattery which the government is doing by copying the UPA’s initiatives He said that the UPA’s bill was to restore the balance among the three institutions "We will have constructive positive and critical approach without changing the object of ushering a new regime of (judicial appointments)" he said Attacking the BJP he reminded that the party had opposed the same clauses which it is now bringing in the bill PTI Lucknow: Campaigning for by-polls in 11 Assembly seats and one Lok Sabha constituency in Uttar Pradesh came to an end today The Assembly seats are Saharanpur City BijnorThakurwara Noida Nighasan Lucknow East Hamirpur Charkhari Sirathu Balha and Rohania Chief Electoral Officer Umesh Sinha told reporters here Representational image AFP He said by-poll is also being held for Mainpuri Lok Sabha seat which was vacated by SP supremo Mulayam Singh Yadav The Assembly seats fell vacant after 10 BJP MLAs and one belonging to its ally were elected to the Lok Sabha The CEO said micro observers have been deployed at all polling centers and arrangements of web casting have been made at 176 sensitive poling stations He also said that for free and fair election personnel of central forces have been deployed While BSP is not contesting the by-poll Congress and SP have fielded candidates in all the Assembly seats BJP is contesting on 10 and its ally Apna Dal one BSP and Congress have not fielded their candidates in Mainpuri where the contest is between Mulayam’s relative Tej Pratap Singh and Shiv Singh Shakya of BJP PTI
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