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The four were taken out of the vehicle and rushed to the hospital by Jaypee staff, included any information about the doctor slipping into the manhole while wading through rainwater towards his residence in Prabhadevi on the day of the floods.Bombay HC issues notices to civic authorities others on Dr Deepak Amarapurkar’s death Locals refused to give statement: BMC panel According to BMC officials most locals of the area where the incident took place spoke to news channels but refused to give an official statement to BMC officials When BMC officials visited their homes only two residents interacted with them but declined from giving an official statement The police also did not provide an NOC to the Sion Hospital for sharing the post-mortem report of Dr Amarapurkar with the BMC fact-finding committee A committee member said “We requested Dr Anjali Amarapurkar (Amarapurkar’s wife) several times to interact with us and give inputs on the entire incident However she declined We even tried contacting their friends who have spoken to new channels however they too could not be available” Preventive measures suggested The report includes suggestions from BMC officers and residents besides those received on social media to prevent such mishaps The BMC fact-finding committee has in fact focused more on the recommendations for better monitoring of manholes than fixing responsibility on those who left the manhole open Members of the committee said they had even put out an advertisement in newspapers inviting suggestions on safer designs of manhole covers on September 9 “We had given a week’s time for suggestions We are yet to finalise a design though we have included a few suggestions in the report The investigation behind Dr Amarapurkar’s death is being conducted by the police and our inquiry can only look into the SWD’s role” said a member A suggestion by restaurateur Ketan Kadam recommended a bucket-like mesh of iron rods below the manhole cover A netizen Jatin Khandwala suggested on Facebook a wire mesh cover over manholes Satyajit Patil Assistant Engineer (Solid Waste Management) M West (Chembur) ward suggested that RFID (radio frequency identification device) tags be fixed on all manhole covers which will alert the disaster management control room as soon as a manhole cover is displaced He said below the cover a net or a mesh can prevent people from falling in while allowing the water to flow [email protected] For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Updated: June 1 2014 11:05 pm Related News Prime Minister Narendra Modi has with one stroke of his pen abolished the nine empowered groups of ministers (EGoMs) and the 21 groups of ministers (GoMs) that had carried on from the previous government This was meant to directly empower ministries and departments with the cabinet secretariat and prime minister’s office stepping in to resolve differences and help decision-making It is clear that Modi intends to govern as he campaigned in a presidential manner concentrating authority within a small core team This approach has its own potential downside but it will certainly be a change from the shuffling pace of the previous government GoMs and EGoMs are in concept meant as forums to coordinate various ministry positions and are particularly useful for coalition governments to ensure a common agenda at all times Under the UPA though these working groups had come to exemplify delay argument and buck-passing under the cover of collective decision-making They had proliferated to over 80 at one point and some of them had never met They included minor matters that fell between ministries more complex ones that required ministries to reconcile their differences and even mundane matters like post-retirement medical schemes and superannuation age debates for public sector workers An extraordinary number of EGoMs was headed by party veterans like Pranab Mukherjee and AK Antony With no timeline to come to a decision they became a way to vacillate on a policy decision while appearing to work on it Without a clear central will this charade of consultation and deliberation quickly degenerated Modi as the head of a remarkably strong government and assured of the support of his party and allies can dispense with what he considers administrative encumbrances While his resolve is undeniable as is his incentive to make quick decisions given the weight of expectations on him there could be pitfalls to a system where decision-making capacity is left primarily to one all-seeing super-PMO Modi’s office must be careful not to whittle away the power of ministries or to lead by commanding The cabinet system envisages decisions by consensus and the PMO should see itself as coordinating and using the levers of persuasion it has rather than taking over as arbiter of disputes and the final word Robust decisions depend on distributed intelligence rather than a single point of power Modi must see himself as the listener-in-chief rather than the decider-in-chief if his centralised administrative approach is to succeed For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Tunku Varadarajan | Updated: February 28 2016 5:47 am File photo of PM Narendra Modi Top News India awaits its Budget not with a spring in its step and hope in its heart but with a weary limp and an irregular heartbeat This isn’t only because its Finance Minister is better able to navigate the swamps of Delhi’s cricket politics than the roadmap of economic principle It’s because India has lost the thrill and optimism of May 2014 when it believed it had elected a PM who — for all his flaws of character and shall we say a not unblemished history — would change the country for the better Well he hasn’t This isn’t to say that the mess in India today is the same sort of mess that the country lived with for a decade of Congress-led stagnation It isn’t But what we see around us is just as ugly unappealing depressing — call it what you will If anything it is worse because it comes with the painful sting of being let down of being taken for a ride India was expecting a rapid undoing of Nehruvianism from this government And it has got that The problem is that Modi & Co are taking an axe to the wrong side of Nehru’s legacy The part that India needed to lose most was the statist economy the government’s intrusion into the making and selling of things; the bureaucratic stifling of the labour market; the pseudo-nationalist opposition to foreign investment where the legal strings attached serve as nooses around the neck of any investor; the damagingly amateur attitude to the taxation of transnational entities; and the pernicious attraction to subsidies and handouts No one would say that Modi loves these approaches to economic management but he has offered us very little evidence so far that he hates them He has only tinkered with India’s structural problems preferring to substitute slogans and verbiage for concrete action He’s like a barber who refuses to do any more than trim the sideburns of a man with a head full of lice — when that man is crying out for a total tonsure It doesn’t help Modi that his economic “deputy barber” — Arun Jaitley — has other ministerial jobs to do adding an inability to pay full attention to what needs to be done urgently to his inherent lack of economic expertise (Question for Modi: Dear sir why is your Finance Minister also the Minister of Corporate Affairs and of Information & Broadcasting Is this in the country’s best interests Obviously not: so he holds three jobs including the most important one in India after yours for all the wrong reasons) The part of Nehru’s legacy that has been under siege by the present government is the one that India needed to lose the least: that of secularism and of a nationalism that transcends crude religious dogma and obsessions India is not a Hindu Rashtra It never has been and — by the grace of my ancestral deity — it never will be Its ideals are those of tolerance co-existence and (to use a word that English-speaking Hindutva-types hate) syncretism That means that India’s whole is greater than the sum (and scum) of its parts; and that the religious and cultural ingredients of India are naturally inclined to combination not separation India is greater than its component religions: every single one of them I end with the plea that Modi reorient his anti-Nehru radar driving against those parts of India’s political legacy that keep the country poor backward un-modern and uncompetitive He mustn’t dismantle those few precious parts that keep India sane The writer is the Virginia Hobbs Carpenter Fellow at Stanford University’s Hoover Institution Follow the author on Twitter: @tunkuv For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Top NewsKolar (KTK): Training her guns on BJP’s Prime Ministerial candidate Narendra Modi Congress President Sonia Gandhi today charged that he was being projected with his "true face" hidden behind a mask and as a "magician" who could cure all ills of the country Without naming Modi Gandhi also made a stinging attack on the Gujarat model of development being touted by him saying some people had the habit of projecting "small things in a big" way as if no good work is happening in other states Sonia Gandhi AFP "These days you can see all over the country huge and costly advertisements are being showcased and an attempt is being made by them to hide the truth" the UPA Chairperson told an election rally here She said "An attempt is being made to hide the true face of one person with a mask; he is being projected as a cure for all ills and as a magician for the country" Tearing into the Gujarat model she said "Some people have this habit of projecting small things in a big way These days similar picture is being shown about the development in Gujarat as though no good work is happening in other states" Gandhi said it was a "different thing altogether" that the poor downtrodden and minorities had made enough sacrifices for "this development.children are dying of malnutrition in poor man’s house tribals are facing problems in leading their daily lives" Charging that farmers’ lands were being forcefully acquired in Gujarat she said "If we talk about the condition of women in Gujarat there are different types of harassment This is their true picture" ".they don’t believe in unity in diversity they divide hearts they make brothers to fight against each other Please tell me can you expect nation building from such people who don’t believe in our fundamentals of secular principles" "We cannot have expectations from such people about nation building, Ministry of Home Affairs and National Disaster Management Authority were present during the function. it’s time to take accountability actions,s office. download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Anju Agnihotri Chaba | Jalandhar | Published: January 30, 2011 12:15 am Related News Dr Ketna Mehta, as shown in her two previous matches when she dropped the opening set to Samantha Stosur and then Garbine Muguruza. will share the stage with his nephew Krushna on an episode of “Killerr Karaoke.

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