Rs 165 crore project
a white elephant?
New Delhi, November 18
Formulated in 1999, the ambitious project of setting up common effluent treatment plants
(CETPs) worth Rs 165 crore is finally nearing completion what with two of them to be inaugurated by Chief Minister Shiela Dikshit on November 30.
Musical mornings lift Delhiites to a new high
|New Delhi, November 18
What do you get when you blend the colours of the rising sun with the soothing notes of music? A heady mix, a visual and an audio treat, which is sure to create a mosaic of symphony and serenity.
Thanks to the New Delhi Municipal Council’s (NDMC) endeavour, Delhiites are being treated to spectacular musicals in the morning.
Hindustani vocalist Savita Devi at Nehru Park, Chanakya Puri, on Sunday morning.
Cop picks up scent of robbers,
Ghaziabad, November 18
It was all panic stations in Sahibabad area when a constable was shot dead in broad daylight even as another unarmed constable had a narrow escape in the Sector-2 market of Rajinder Nagar, when three motorcycle-borne assailants sprayed bullets on him on Saturday.
Teenager beaten up by ‘Laden supporters’
Faridabad, November 18
A 16-year-old boy of a nearby village, Bhadkhal, was allegedly beaten up mercilessly by some youth when he protested against one of them shouting slogans in support of Saudi fugitive Osama bin Laden. The victim,
Mausam, was saying his prayers at a mosque here when the other youth raised slogans in favour of the terrorist mastermind.
Haryana gears up for water
Gurgaon, November 18
The Haryana Government will soon come out with an action plan on water conservation in the state. The Water Conservation Mission constituted by the state government has already drafted the action plan, according to the Principal.