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At the start Sunday, With Thomas, but to each of those affected, are still unknown to the victims of the infrastructure development.This only underlines how people in India can be — and often are — treated as a mere statistic Imagine the joblessness or loss of businesses in remote regions where mere migration to a city nearby may not be a solution The economy of the Northeast isn’t thriving enough for it to absorb 2000 job losses in one go The government’s project planners had ample time to have rehabilitated them It’s not just in this case but practically every other project in India that project-affected people are seen as a hurdle meant to be treated casually The Narmada river project had perhaps seen the most carefully designed relief and rehabilitation effort but the victims had to depend onMedha Patkar to secure a better deal for themselves Try imagining their fate if they had had no champion For securing the Srisailam project’s submersion area from populations living in the zone all of 100 villages in Kurnool and Mahbubnagar districts one in AP and the other in Telangana were bulldozed and people shifted over almost overnight in the early 1980s The sedate hurry to build a project did not show adequate concern or speed in dealing with the issues of the affected communities This litany can be long but the substantive point is that longer the time taken bya big-ticket project the longer the authorities have to deal with the project affected people We often hear the government speakingabout the benefits of a project but never about the people who had to give it up to make it possible Isn’t it an irony that the people losing out on everything they own is hardly a matter of concern when potential benefits are being talked about The tiny size of PAPs of the the Bhupen Hazarika Setu should have been the initial not the incidental concern There was enough time but it was wasted Sadly Shillong: Voting picked up Wednesday for the two Lok Sabha seats in Meghalaya even as the of firing of blanks was reported near a polling centre and wild elephants disrupted officials from visiting two polling booths in the state Women show ink marks after casting their ballots in Meghalaya PTI "Around 39 percent of the 1567241 electors voted till 1 pm in Shillong and Tura" State Chief Electoral Officer Prashant Naik said adding that the turnout is expected to increase as the day progresses Meanwhile suspected insurgents fired blanks near the Tolegre polling booth in South Garo Hills district under Tura parliamentary constituency "We don’t know who was behind the firing as it took place near a jungle" said district police chief Lakardor Syiem adding that balloting continued there A herd of wild elephants meanwhile disrupted movement of election officials to two polling booths – Nokchi and Halchatti – under Tura "Wild elephants blocked the road disrupting movement of sector election officials to two polling booths – Nokchi and Halchatti" South West Garo Hills District Magistrate Ram Singh told IANS The road was cleared as forest guards chased away the elephants into the forest The ruling Congress in the state is pitted against fractured regional parties for the two Lok Sabha seats in the mountainous state Eight of the 10 candidates are crorepatis Of the total 1567241 electors 2262 percent are in the 18-25 age group while 5043 percent are women Tura has 586501 voters while the Shillong seat will be decided by 980740 electors In Shillong there are eight candidates including lone woman candidate Ivoryna Shylla who is fighting as an independent Prominent candidates in the state capital include sitting Congress member Vincent H Pala Paul Lyngdoh (United Democratic Party) Shibun Lyngdoh (Bharatiya Janata Party) and PBM Basaiawmoit (Independent) Former Lok Sabha speaker and National People’s Party candidate Purno A Sangma is pitted against Daryl William Cheran Momin of the Congress "I am confident to sail through this time as the electors have assured me of their votes" Purno Sangma said after voting He said the BJP-led alliance will form the next government at the centre with Narendra Modi as prime minister "The NDA will form the next government as people are totally fed up with the failure of the Congress government which is stained with scams" Sangma said However Chief Minister Mukul Sangma who is leading the Congress-led Meghalaya United Alliance government said he was optimistic that the Congress will retain power "I am optimistic we will still do well as the election progresses across the country and there is no Modi wave as such. it’s only a hype" he said He said he doesn’t see Modi becoming prime minister "Any person having a fundamentalist background cannot aspire to become prime minister The whole issue (Modi’s prime ministerial candidature) is being driven by this group which had a hand in unpleasant things in the history of India" he said Srinagar: Voting began on a sluggish note this morning in the fourth and the penultimate round of state elections in 18 seats for which 182 candidates including two chief ministerial aspirants and Speaker of the Jammu and Kashmir Assembly are in the fray Over 1473 lakh voters including 705 lakh females are eligible to exercise their franchise at 1890 polling stations in four districts of the state Srinagar Anantnag Shopian (Kashmir Valley) and Samba (Jammu region) The voter turnout has generally remained low in the 8 seats of Srinagar currently being represented by the National Conference (NC) and some parts of Anantnag and Shopian Chief Minister Omar Abdullah is contesting from Sonwar Assembly segment of Srinagar after he chose not to contest from his family stronghold of Ganderbal constituency Election officials in Jammu and Kashmir PTI Omar was also in fray from Beerwah seat in central Kashmir’s Budgam district which went to polls in the third phase Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) patron and party chief ministerial candidate Mufti Mohammad Sayeed is seeking re-election from Anantnag constituency in south Kashmir Depending on the eventual party positions in terms of seats won either Omar or Sayeed is likely to be the front -runner for the chief minister’s post Other prominent candidates who are in fray include J&K Assembly Speaker Mubarak Gul Omar’s close confidante Nasir Aslam Wani Congress ministers Peerzada Mohammad Sayeed and Ghulam Ahmad Mir and PDP’s Abdul Rehman Veeri and Altaf Bukhari The campaign in the four districts was by and large peaceful but militants hurled a grenade at a police station in Anantnag town on Thursday resulting in injuries to three policemen The ultras also planted an IED under a culvert in Shopian district on the same day but the explosive was detected by security forces and defused by a bomb disposal squad Security arrangements in all the four districts have been strengthened to ensure peaceful polling Prime Minister Narendra Modi BJP president Amit Shah Union Minister of State Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi cricketer-turned politician Navjot Singh Sidhu and Bollywood actor and party MP Vinod Khanna campaigned for BJP candidates in the seats going to polls in the fourth phase The BJP which is making its first serious bid for power in Jammu and Kashmir has come out all guns blazing to make its presence felt in the Valley Congress president Sonia Gandhi Leader of Opposition in Rajya Sabha Ghulam Nabi Azad and Pradesh Congress Committee president Saifuddin Soz also campaigned for their candidates Omar working president of the NC was the only star campaigner for his party in the absence of his father and former chief minister Farooq Abdullah who is undergoing medical treatment in London Omar crisscrossed the four districts to campaign for his party candidates including himself PTI By: Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: February 9 2017 1:57 am Top News The National Green Tribunal (NGT) came down heavily on the Mira Bhayander Municipal Corporation (MBMC) warning that if work to “scientifically treat” its daily 500 metric tonnes of solid waste does not begin within a month then the corporation will be “restricted” from issuing occupation and commencement certificate for any building project Watch What Else is Making News In an order issued by the western zone bench in Pune on February 3 the court directed MBMC to issue work orders for a solid waste treatment plant Besides the court noted that as MBMC earns Rs 450 crore annually it should deposit Rs 20 crore in the escrow account of the Konkan divisional commissioner next week “MBCB shall deposit Rs 20 crore in the escrow account of (Konkan) divisional commissioner within next two weeks to ensure the proposed plant is commissioned and operated in the next eight months as stated by the (municipal) commissioner” says the order Since its solid waste management plant at Dhagvi village in Utan Bhayander (west) was shut down in September 2009 the municipality has been dumping and burning unprocessed garbage in the open The 82 lakh population of the corporation generates about 500 tonnes of solid waste every day and is presently dumped at an Utan site Last year a group called Nagri Hakk Sangharsh Samiti (NHSS) of the affected villagers had approached the NGT complaining mainly of health hazards The corporation had told the court last year that it has plans to install incineration units and compost plants costing Rs 150 crore According to the order the court observed that “the corporation has failed to take any concrete measures to set up a new facility as contemplated by it at Sakwar village…the corporation is continuing with unscientific dumping of solid waste at the Utan site where regular instances of fire are being reported” The corporation has cited non-viability of the proposed project no private party coming forward to bid for the proposed facility as some of the reasons for not starting work “We further direct that in case the corporation fails to issue work order for the same period within one month the corporation is hereby restrained to issue any occupation certificate or commencement certificate for any residential and commercial building projects within the municipal limits” the order said The municipality has been unable to find any alternate location to recycle its waste A recycling plant at Versova on the Ghodbunder Road in Thane was rejected by the central government due to its proximity to the Sanjay Gandhi National Park The western zone bench had last year directed MBMC to deposit Rs 70 crore but the latter claimed “its financial position is precarious and it will not be possible for it to spare Rs 70 crore” However considering the change in technology from incineration to composting as proposed in a report prepared by IIT the corporation said it would cost Rs 17 crore to deal with 350 tonnes of solid waste Hence the court reduced the deposit from Rs 70 crore to Rs 20 crore For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: January 26 2017 3:01 am He said that road area measuring 35 metre across the breadth of the flyover and 20 metre along the length of the carriageway towards Dhaula Kuan will be closed while two lanes for traffic movement spanning 65 metres will be available on the flyover Top News Days after the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) and the Public Works Department (PWD) said the damaged Bhikaji Cama Place flyover was “completely safe” for traffic it announced it will begin repair work and close one-third of the carriageway to traffic “Rehabilitation work of the Bhikaji Cama Place flyover on Ring Road will be started as soon as all necessary clearances and permissions are received” a DMRC spokesperson said DCP (south) traffic D K Gupta said “There is no repair work slated for now Discussions will be taken up only after the Republic Day is over” Watch What Else Is making News The flyover developed a deep fissure last week after digging work for a Metro subway nearby disturbed its base DMRC spokesperson said “Adequate traffic marshals will be deputed to guide the traffic The work is expected to be completed by the end of February The slip road below the flyover will be available for traffic but some portion of the road may be barricaded for machinery movement from time to time as per requirement” He said that road area measuring 35 metre across the breadth of the flyover and 20 metre along the length of the carriageway towards Dhaula Kuan will be closed while two lanes for traffic movement spanning 65 metres will be available on the flyover For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top Newsin a bid to control abusive language, Sharing his experience of dancing in the film, “Look we have not had any direct contact with the players but we did not want to take any chances in case they are available. 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