Archive for January, 2019

China cyber watchdog deletes 7m pieces of info


Shanghai:

China’s cyber watchdog said on Wednesday that it had deleted more than 7 million pieces of online information as well as 9,382 mobile apps, and it criticised tech giant Tencent’s news app for spreading “vulgar information”.

The Cyberspace Administration of China said in a statement on its website the action was part of a clean-up of unacceptable and harmful information that started this month, adding that it had also shut down 733 websites. The administration singled out Tencent’s Tiantian Kuaibao news app, saying the platform had been ordered to make changes as it had been spreading “vulgar and low-brow information that was harmful and damaging to the internet ecosystem”.

Tencent did not immediately respond to requests for comment. The regulator also criticised Huaban, a photo-sharing network, as having “serious ecosystem problems”. Huaban said on its website its online service had been temporarily taken down for upgrades. Control of the internet has tightened under President Xi Jinping — an effort that has accelerated since 2016, as the ruling Communist Party seeks to crack down on dissent in the booming social media landscape.

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Maharashtra’s oldest case: Court issues contempt notice to land officer



Nagpur:

On the day (January

19) TOI reported on the state’s oldest court case, pending for nearly 67 years, the Akola civil court issued a contempt notice to the district superintendent of land records (DSLR) for inordinate delay of over six-and-ahalf years in measuring a plot of disputed land of 800 sq feet.

Fifth judicial magistrate first class M D Nanaware asked superintendent Yogesh Kulkarni to appear before the court. When the officer appeared the same day, he was asked why contempt action shouldn’t be initiated against him for not complying with the court’s orders for such a long period.

Kulkarni tendered an unconditional apology and requested the judge to grant him two weeks to complete the work. He said a sports meet was underway in his office and so the work would take some time. He said his team would conduct measurements of the land on January

  1. The judge then directed him to submit the measurement report by February 2 and fixed the next hearing for February 12.

According to Virendra Nande, son of applicant Shobha Nande, they had deposited the money with the DSLR towards measurement charges and had been waiting a long time for the team to arrive.

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Supreme Court : Child of Muslim man & Hindu woman entitled to dad’s property



New Delhi:

The Supreme Court on Tuesday said a child born out of marriage between a Muslim man and Hindu woman cannot be denied share in the father’s property despite such marriage being irregular (fasid).

A bench of Justices N V Ramana and Mohan M Shantanagoudar said such marriages are neither valid (sahih) nor void (batil) marriage, but merely an irregular (fasid) marriage and a child is entitled to claim share in the father’s property. The SC passed the order in a property dispute case where the son born out of such a marriage was denied share in his father’s property.

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Bharatmala 2.0 will focus on expressways

Bharatmala 2.0 will focus on expressways
To Ease Traffic, Govt Proposes 3,000Km Of Highways

Bharatmala 2.0 will focus on expressways

Bharatmala 2.0 will focus on expressways

The next phase of highway development in India will focus on building expressways which allow uninterrupted traffic flow. Under the second phase of Bharatmala, the government has proposed to build nearly 3,000 km of expressways, including Indore-Mumbai, Varanasi-Ranchi-Kolkata, Bengaluru-Pune and Chennai-Trichy.

The National Highways Authority of India (NHAI), which has been tasked with implementing the flagship programme, has invited bids for undertaking project preparation so that projects are ready as soon as the work for the first phase are bid out. “It took us about two years to prepare detailed project reports (DPRs) for phase one of Bharatmala. Undertaking DPR preparation for the next lot of projects will help save time. The focus is on preparing high quality detailed reports for faster execution,” a highway ministry official said.

Poor DPRs have been one of the reasons behind delay in execution of highway projects and the government often ends up incorporating supplementary works, which pushes the cost.

Barring a couple of identified stretches, all others will have greenfield alignment, which means these will be new roads. This is aimed at reducing distance and travel time as well. The government has notified higher speed limit for cars at a maximum of 120 kmph on expressways. Till now, highway construction has largely seen expansion and widening of existing roads.

Some of the identified greenfield highways include Patna-Rourkela, Jhansi-Raipur, Solapur-Belgaum, Bengaluru-Kadapa-Vijayawada, Gorakhpur-Bareilly and Varanasi-Gorakhpur. Sources said the target date for rolling out these roads under Bharatmala phase-II would be 2024.

Considering that forest and wildlife clearances hold up projects for years, the NHAI has asked the consultants to avoid road alignments through national parks and wildlife sanctuaries, “even if it requires taking a longer route/ bypass”.Bharatmala 2.0 will focus on expressways
To Ease Traffic, Govt Proposes 3,000Km Of Highways
Dipak.Dash@timesgroup.com

New Delhi:

The next phase of highway development in India will focus on building expressways which allow uninterrupted traffic flow. Under the second phase of Bharatmala, the government has proposed to build nearly 3,000 km of expressways, including Indore-Mumbai, Varanasi-Ranchi-Kolkata, Bengaluru-Pune and Chennai-Trichy.

The National Highways Authority of India (NHAI), which has been tasked with implementing the flagship programme, has invited bids for undertaking project preparation so that projects are ready as soon as the work for the first phase are bid out. “It took us about two years to prepare detailed project reports (DPRs) for phase one of Bharatmala. Undertaking DPR preparation for the next lot of projects will help save time. The focus is on preparing high quality detailed reports for faster execution,” a highway ministry official said.

Poor DPRs have been one of the reasons behind delay in execution of highway projects and the government often ends up incorporating supplementary works, which pushes the cost.

Barring a couple of identified stretches, all others will have greenfield alignment, which means these will be new roads. This is aimed at reducing distance and travel time as well. The government has notified higher speed limit for cars at a maximum of 120 kmph on expressways. Till now, highway construction has largely seen expansion and widening of existing roads.

Some of the identified greenfield highways include Patna-Rourkela, Jhansi-Raipur, Solapur-Belgaum, Bengaluru-Kadapa-Vijayawada, Gorakhpur-Bareilly and Varanasi-Gorakhpur. Sources said the target date for rolling out these roads under Bharatmala phase-II would be 2024.

Considering that forest and wildlife clearances hold up projects for years, the NHAI has asked the consultants to avoid road alignments through national parks and wildlife sanctuaries, “even if it requires taking a longer route/ bypass”.Bharatmala 2.0 will focus on expressways
To Ease Traffic, Govt Proposes 3,000Km Of Highways
Dipak.Dash@timesgroup.com

New Delhi:

The next phase of highway development in India will focus on building expressways which allow uninterrupted traffic flow. Under the second phase of Bharatmala, the government has proposed to build nearly 3,000 km of expressways, including Indore-Mumbai, Varanasi-Ranchi-Kolkata, Bengaluru-Pune and Chennai-Trichy.

The National Highways Authority of India (NHAI), which has been tasked with implementing the flagship programme, has invited bids for undertaking project preparation so that projects are ready as soon as the work for the first phase are bid out. “It took us about two years to prepare detailed project reports (DPRs) for phase one of Bharatmala. Undertaking DPR preparation for the next lot of projects will help save time. The focus is on preparing high quality detailed reports for faster execution,” a highway ministry official said.

Poor DPRs have been one of the reasons behind delay in execution of highway projects and the government often ends up incorporating supplementary works, which pushes the cost.

Barring a couple of identified stretches, all others will have greenfield alignment, which means these will be new roads. This is aimed at reducing distance and travel time as well. The government has notified higher speed limit for cars at a maximum of 120 kmph on expressways. Till now, highway construction has largely seen expansion and widening of existing roads.

Some of the identified greenfield highways include Patna-Rourkela, Jhansi-Raipur, Solapur-Belgaum, Bengaluru-Kadapa-Vijayawada, Gorakhpur-Bareilly and Varanasi-Gorakhpur. Sources said the target date for rolling out these roads under Bharatmala phase-II would be 2024.

Considering that forest and wildlife clearances hold up projects for years, the NHAI has asked the consultants to avoid road alignments through national parks and wildlife sanctuaries, “even if it requires taking a longer route/ bypass”.Bharatmala 2.0 will focus on expressways
To Ease Traffic, Govt Proposes 3,000Km Of Highways
Dipak.Dash@timesgroup.com

New Delhi:

The next phase of highway development in India will focus on building expressways which allow uninterrupted traffic flow. Under the second phase of Bharatmala, the government has proposed to build nearly 3,000 km of expressways, including Indore-Mumbai, Varanasi-Ranchi-Kolkata, Bengaluru-Pune and Chennai-Trichy.

The National Highways Authority of India (NHAI), which has been tasked with implementing the flagship programme, has invited bids for undertaking project preparation so that projects are ready as soon as the work for the first phase are bid out. “It took us about two years to prepare detailed project reports (DPRs) for phase one of Bharatmala. Undertaking DPR preparation for the next lot of projects will help save time. The focus is on preparing high quality detailed reports for faster execution,” a highway ministry official said.

Poor DPRs have been one of the reasons behind delay in execution of highway projects and the government often ends up incorporating supplementary works, which pushes the cost.

Barring a couple of identified stretches, all others will have greenfield alignment, which means these will be new roads. This is aimed at reducing distance and travel time as well. The government has notified higher speed limit for cars at a maximum of 120 kmph on expressways. Till now, highway construction has largely seen expansion and widening of existing roads.

Some of the identified greenfield highways include Patna-Rourkela, Jhansi-Raipur, Solapur-Belgaum, Bengaluru-Kadapa-Vijayawada, Gorakhpur-Bareilly and Varanasi-Gorakhpur. Sources said the target date for rolling out these roads under Bharatmala phase-II would be 2024.

Considering that forest and wildlife clearances hold up projects for years, the NHAI has asked the consultants to avoid road alignments through national parks and wildlife sanctuaries, “even if it requires taking a longer route/ bypass”.Bharatmala 2.0 will focus on expressways
To Ease Traffic, Govt Proposes 3,000Km Of Highways
Dipak.Dash@timesgroup.com

New Delhi:

The next phase of highway development in India will focus on building expressways which allow uninterrupted traffic flow. Under the second phase of Bharatmala, the government has proposed to build nearly 3,000 km of expressways, including Indore-Mumbai, Varanasi-Ranchi-Kolkata, Bengaluru-Pune and Chennai-Trichy.

The National Highways Authority of India (NHAI), which has been tasked with implementing the flagship programme, has invited bids for undertaking project preparation so that projects are ready as soon as the work for the first phase are bid out. “It took us about two years to prepare detailed project reports (DPRs) for phase one of Bharatmala. Undertaking DPR preparation for the next lot of projects will help save time. The focus is on preparing high quality detailed reports for faster execution,” a highway ministry official said.

Poor DPRs have been one of the reasons behind delay in execution of highway projects and the government often ends up incorporating supplementary works, which pushes the cost.

Barring a couple of identified stretches, all others will have greenfield alignment, which means these will be new roads. This is aimed at reducing distance and travel time as well. The government has notified higher speed limit for cars at a maximum of 120 kmph on expressways. Till now, highway construction has largely seen expansion and widening of existing roads.

Some of the identified greenfield highways include Patna-Rourkela, Jhansi-Raipur, Solapur-Belgaum, Bengaluru-Kadapa-Vijayawada, Gorakhpur-Bareilly and Varanasi-Gorakhpur. Sources said the target date for rolling out these roads under Bharatmala phase-II would be 2024.

Considering that forest and wildlife clearances hold up projects for years, the NHAI has asked the consultants to avoid road alignments through national parks and wildlife sanctuaries, “even if it requires taking a longer route/ bypass”.

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