national highway act 2002
Remove Liquor Vends Along Highways: Hc [Gurgaon]
... on Friday directed the state governments to remove all liquor vends being run along the national highways. According to NHAI, around 185 liquor vends are functioning along the Panipat-Jalandhar tional highway in violation of the NHAI Act 2002. While issuing the orders, a division bench also clarified that such liquor vends should be removed ...
Punjab, Haryana Told to Remove Liquor Vends Along National Highways [Chandigarh]
...According to NHAI, around 185 liquor vends are functioning along the Panipat-Jalandhar national highway in violation of NHAI Act 2002. While issuing the orders, a division bench, comprising Chief Justice Sanjay Kishan Kaul and Justice A G Masih, also clarified that such liquor vends should be removed immediately irrespective of the ...
No Liquor Vends Along Highways: Punjab, Haryana Tell Hc [Chandigarh]
CHANDIGARH: Finally, liquor vends along state and national highways in Punjab and Haryana would be thing of past from April 1. Following intervention of ... functioning along Panipat-Jalandhar national highway in complete contravention of NHAI Act, 2002. HC had also directed NHAI to constitute a special committee to look into the issue and involve one ...
- Consumerism in Health Care - a Critique. A Critique of Consumerism in Healthcare with Reference to the Indian Consumer Law
'It's Going to Be an Interactive Govt, Led by Pm. It Won't Be a Govt for, of and by Gom'
New law and telecom minister Ravi Shankar Prasad says just as the Vajpayee government was known for building national highways, the Modi government will be known for the broadband highway. Sunil Jain: A few weeks ago, the Telecom Disputes Settlement and Appellate Tribunal came down heavily on the telecom department, saying it may have been misleading the government for over three years on 3G...
- Ownership of Land without Earth. Evaluation on the Establishment and Management of the Apartment Ownership Schemes in Indian Perspective
Feeder Fund for Idfs by March End
Many banks are setting up or are participating in IDFs. Since bank funds are mainly short-term, there is a need for long-term funds," the official said. Infradebt has awarded its first sanction letter to a project by the Jaiprakash group for the refinancing of a road project in the Zirakpur-Parwanoo section of National Highway 22 built by Himalayan Expressway Ltd. IL&FS Infra Asset...
- Computer Programme- An Intellectual Property. With reference to Protection and Challenges before India
Trapped ; a Single Budget Cannot Solve the Most Serious Problems of the Indian Economy. A Sustained Reform Effort Is Necessary to Lift India to 10 Per Cent Growth Path.
Finance Minister Pranab Mukherjee is UPA's man with the political Midas touch. He needs to lend some of that magic to lift the economy out of its morass. By the Government's own estimate, the economy is expected to grow by a mere 6.9 per cent in 2011-12, a sharp decline from 8.4 per cent in 2010-11. Inflation remains uncomfortably high at over 7 per cent. Investor sentiment has been suffocated in ...
Bihar Riots Spark Blame Game, Fears of Return to Past
The deterioration in the law and order situation comes after the acrimonious split in the state's ruling alliance between Janata Dal (United), or JD(U), and Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), giving rise to claims that they are inspired deliberately to polarize the electorate. [...]in places like these, Hindus and Muslims are in substantive numbers, hence the tension. Since the time of the split,...
The Unreal Estate of Robert Vadra ; the Irresistible Rise of Sonia Gandhi's Son-in-Law Threatens to Become a Dangerous Liability for Congress, Which Is Already Buffeted by Corruption Charges.
In 2007, Robert Vadra was a middle-of-the-road businessman with all the prospects of an exporter of brass who had not managed to export much, but had the contacts to grow at a pace that power can propel. He set up three companies, with mother Maureen as director. There was Blue Breeze Trading Pvt Ltd, whose state objective was "business of services and hiring of air charters", even...
The Control of National Highways (Land and Traffic) Act, 2002
(b) "building" means any work of construction done in any manner by use of any material and includes a farm building for agricultural purposes, plinth, doorstep, wall, drain, advertisement board and other things fixed with such building; (c) "construct", with its grammatical variations, in relation to a building, means to construct, reconstruct, er...
Can Smes Drive India's Growth?
Conversely, the SME sector actually further expanded its investments as a share of GDP quite significantly. [...]the resilience of the Indian economy in the first two years after the crisis owed almost as much to the small and medium entrepreneurs in the country as it did to the government's fiscal expansion.
2013: Year of the Person [Deep Focus]
...Both dominated the headlines as well as the national consciousness, but it was the aam aadmi who walked away with the ...Otherwise, it becomes my way or highway kind of approach," the activist says. However, talking to ... not complicit in the 1,044 deaths officially recorded in the 2002 riots and his emotive expression of "grief" and "agony" 11 years ...
Internet Fan Following Rising, but Modi May Not Like It
... to his career even? An article Witten by B Raman, a national security analyst and former bureaucrat, for the Outlook magazine ... article in context of a court convicting 31 accused in the 2002 Naroda Patiya massacre case last week. He noted that while people ...'My way or the highway', Hindustan Times' opinion piece urging the politician to be a ...
'Toll Plazas On Gurgaon Expressway Shrouded in Illegality'
...The central government had authorised the National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) for the conversion of the ... Industries Ltd and DS Constructions on 31 January, 2002 for an initial cost of R555 crore or as certified by the statuary ...
City Traffic Death Rate Among Highest [Ludhiana]
... 262 persons lost their lives in 430 accidents in Ludhiana in 2002 taking the severity of the accidents in the city to 60.9%. The ... of the construction projects, especially 6-laning of the National Highway that passes through the city. There are too many ...
The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India Act, 1997
(k) "telecommunication service" means service of any description (including electronic mail, voice mail, data services, audio tex services, video tex services, radio paging and cellular mobile telephone services) which is made available to users by means of any transmission or reception of signs, signals, writing, images and sounds or intelligence
60 New Indias: Snapshots of Change ; Women Learning the Ancient Art of Kalaripayat in Kerala, Boys Sweating to Be Like M.S. Dhoni in Jharkhand, Nris Returning to Recreate a Patch of California in Bangalore and a Family Taking a Flight for the First Time. This Is Rising India, Bubbling Over with the Magic of Its Own Makeover.
The numbers are numbing in their growth. In 1950, India's annual growth was 3.5 per cent. Now it's a little over 9 per cent. In 1950, only 18 per cent Indians were literate, while the figure is over 60 per cent now. In 1951, 47 per cent of India's rural population was below the poverty line. It is 28 per cent now. In 1951, public health expenditure was Rs 22 crore, it is Rs 21,959 crore now. The...
Killer Roads ; Road Accidents Kill 13 People in India Every Hour. The Country Reports the Highest Road Fatalities in the World. 1,14,590 Were Killed in Road Mishaps in 2007.
It is, outside conflict zones, the most dangerous place on earth, a strip of lawless asphalt where an angry army of humans and a bewildering variety of vehicular traffic battle for space and the right of way. It is, quite literally, a death trap. India's killer roads account for more deaths than any other single cause, from terrorism to natural disasters. Every hour, 13 people die due to road...
The Turning Points ; Though the Decade Began with a Bug Scare and Ended with a Scandal and a Slowdown, Positive Events Were Plentiful Through the First 10 Years of 21st Century. Bt Identifies 10 Milestone Events, and What They Meant.
The Y2K Blessing: The Scare That Redefined Indian IT The whole world feared a catastrophe that day. The fears proved unwarranted. Rather, it proved a blessing in disguise as India s fledgling IT industry s technical capabilities successfully helped companies across the world beat the Y2K bug.
In Bubble Zone The boom on the bourses isn't backed by economic fundamentals.
Rupee @ 30? Oh Dear! ; the Government Will Need to Take Some Tough Calls Soon to Tackle the Rising Rupee.
Rupee @ 30? Oh Dear! The government will need to take some tough calls soon to tackle the rising rupee.
1947 to 2007
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