Urban slums get a major devpt push

  • | Saturday | 2nd December, 2023

Lucknow: Giving a push to development projects under the Chief Minister Urban Underdevelopment and Slum Development scheme, the department of urban employment and poverty alleviation will soon issue the first instalment of funds under the programme with administrative and financial approvals having been acquired recently.The programme focusses on development of underdeveloped and slum areas and currently 98 projects in seven districts are underway— Amhora, Deoria, Farrukhabad, Ayodhya, Mirzapur, Pilibhit and Ghaziabad.A government spokesperson said that of projects which have received the green signal for completion, six are located in Hasanpur, Amroha and Gajraula areas under the Amroha Municipal Council. For 22 interlocking, CC road and drain construction projects in Salempur, Rudrapur, Bhaluani, Rampur Karkhana, and Gaurabarahj in Deoria, a budget of Rs 5.30 crore has been approved.For the remaining districts, a total of Rs 12.03 crore has been sanctioned of which 40% or Rs 4.81 crore, has been released. We also published the following articles recentlySecularism has been a tool for nation-buildingRanjit Kumar, former solicitor general of India, stated that secularism has played a vital role in nation-building in India. He emphasized that the promise of a secular Indian State has a higher moral appeal compared to neighboring countries. Kumar delivered this message during a lecture on the 74th Constitution Day. He also highlighted the significance of the Indian Constitution in governing the country since 1950, limiting governmental discretion and upholding constitutional rights through judicial review. The lecture was attended by law college administrators, students, and advocates.This soda maker has been in the wars, and still retains the fizzMappillai Vinayagar, a popular sodamaker in Tamil Nadu, faced supply-chain disruptions during World War II but managed to continue its business. The company initially imported codd-neck bottles from Germany but lost money when the manufacturer shut down due to the war. However, after the war, the German manufacturer delivered twice the number of bottles ordered. In the 1960s, a rival brand destroyed Mappillai Vinayagars bottles, leading the company to switch to plain glass bottles for flavored drinks. The opening of arrack shops in the 1970s brought success to the company, but the closure of these shops affected its business. Mappillai Vinayagar also faced competition from duplicate sodas using their original bottles. The companys other businesses suffered losses, leading to a focus on the soda business. The Jallikattu protests in 2017 revived interest in goli soda, leading to increased demand. Currently, Mappillai Vinayagar supplies flavored sodas to star hotels and is expanding its manufacturing units.

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