Soon, 4 playgrounds, community centres in Jewar & Dankaur

  • | Friday | 8th December, 2023

GREATER NOIDA: Keeping in view the increasing population in the Yamuna Authority area, the developing sectors, and the requirement thereof, Jewar MLA Dhirendra Singh has proposed to build a community hall in every village and two playgrounds each for sports facilities in Jewar and Dankaur area with YEIDA CEO Arun Vir Singh. The Jewar MLA said that there is no dearth of sports talent in rural areas but due to lack of facilities in the Yamuna Authority area, many are unable to nurture their skills.Therefore, Ive proposed to the concerned officers of YEIDA including the CEO to provide land to build four sports playgrounds in total, added Singh. The MLA also held discussions with the YEIDA CEO for the establishment of a community hall/centre in every village on the lines of urban areas. Once these community centres are built, we will be able to provide the benefits of all the schemes from the state and central government to the village through the common service centre," said Singh. We also published the following articles recentlyLand fee illegal, HC asks YEIDA to return over 60 crore to LogixThe Allahabad high court has ordered the Yamuna Expressway Industrial Development Authority (YEIDA) to return over Rs 60 crore to Logix Infrabuild. The court found that YEIDA deducted the amount illegally despite Logix surrendering the land allotted for a township. Logix faced difficulties in arranging finances and YEIDA failed to fulfill its contractual obligations. The case dates back to 2011 when YEIDA allocated 200 acres in Sector 22D to Logix, who had deposited Rs 83.6 crore. However, YEIDA was unable to provide the entire land, leading to legal disputes and hindrances for the project.Free community kitchen clocks four yearsThe Ram Rasoi, a community kitchen set up by Patna-based Mahavir Mandir near the Ram Janmabhoomi, completed 4 years of free food service on Friday. It daily serves about 1 lakh devotees from 11 am to till 3 pm. The kitchen, managed by Nikhil Bhartiya Teerth Vikas Samiti run by former IPS officer Kunal Kishore, has spent around Rs 7.5 crore last year. In addition to day time meals, they will soon offer dinner and packaged food due to increasing devotee numbers and limited space. The kitchen operates solely on their own resources and does not accept any donations.Author rues missing sports infra in IndiaSimon Kuper, a renowned football writer, discussed Indias untapped potential in becoming a footballing nation and the lack of accessible playgrounds in Indian cities. He emphasized the importance of having places where people can play sports easily. Ramachandra Guha also stressed the need to recognize and nurture homegrown talent in order to make India shine in sports. Gideon Haigh, a cricket writer, talked about the cricketing rivalry between India and Australia and the desire to see the best of both sides. Kuper highlighted the connection between sports and nationalism, stating that people care about their team because it reflects their nation.

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