Chargesheet filed on Chhagan Bhujbal by ACB on court instructions

The Aam Aadmi Party had filed a PIL about the various kickbacks gained by the Bhujbal family during the tenure of Chhagan Bhujbal as PWD Minister of Maharashtra.
In this PIL, on 18 December 2014, the Bombay High Court, bench of Chief Justice Mohit Shah observed that there was merit in the allegations and there was a clear case of kickbacks and money laundering. The Honourable High Court constituted an SIT to investigate the matter comprising of the ACB and the ED. In June 2015 3 FIRs were filed on the Bhujbals as a part of their investigation.
On 28th Janaruy 2016 the Counsel for the petitioners, Ms Gayatri Singh, brought it to the notice of the Honourable Court that both the agencies were going extremely slow in the investigation. She mentioned how the FIRs were filed in June but the chargesheet had not been filed.
The bench of Justice Kanade and Justice Mohite-Dere came down heavily on the ACB and order them to file the chargesheet before the next date on 28 February 2016. Therefore the ACB has filed the chargesheet today.
As usual, the BJP will begin its game for credit, thought it has no locus on this matter at all. In fact, the only contribution of the State Govt has been is that the ACB has been usually slow on almost all corruption cases and it acts only when its receives Court instructions.
Preeti Sharma Menon
National Spokesperson
Aam Aadmi Party

Sadak Se Sansad Tak: National Convention of Muslim Women 

‘Meet the Press’ Invitation 
Venue: ​Women’s Press Corps, New Delhi
Address: 5 Windsor Place, Ashoka Road, 5 Windsor PI, New Delhi : 110001
Thursday, February 25, 2016
Time: 3:00pm to 5:00pm
‘Meet the Press’ to be addressed by Kamla Bhasin, Amitabh Kundu and Hasina Khan ‘
Press conference is to brief the media about  ‘Sadak Se Sansad Tak: A National Convention of Muslim Women, 2016’, organized by Bebaak Collective, on 27th and 28th February, 2016 in New Delhi at Gandhi Smriti Sadan,
near Rajghat, New Delhi.
This two­ day convention of more than 400 Muslim women coming from different states of Uttar Pradesh,
Gujarat, Maharashtra, Uttar Pardesh, West Bengal, Bihar, Kashmir, Andra Pradesh, Telengana and others.
This convention is an important gathering which aims to discuss and debate various issues pertaining to the
lives of Muslim women such as education, employment, religious extremism, discrimination, violence and
other fundamental rights mandated by Constitution of India.
Warm regards,
Bebaak Collective
Contact person
Hasina Khan

Atal Mission plans for 13 cities in six states

Atal Mission plans for 13 cities in six states approved for 2015-16

Atal Mission plans for 13 cities in six states approved for 2015-16 with an outlay of Rs.495 crore
Ministry of Urban Development has approved an investment of Rs.495.11 crore in water supply, sewerage networks and septage management, storm water drains, urban transport and provision of green spaces in 13 cities in 6 states under Atal Mission for Rejuvenation & Urban Transformation(AMRUT) Action Plans for 2015-16. Central Government would provide an assistance of Rs.425 crore for the same
Investments approved state-wise are:

Assam-Rs.186.27 crore,
Jammu & Kashmir-Rs.171 crore,
Goa-Rs.59.44 crore,
Tripura-Rs.36.62 crore,
Meghalaya-Rs.22.81 crore,
Puducherry -Rs.18.97 crore,
Jammu & Kashmir– Rs.50.50 crore will be spent on sewerage and septage management schemes including Rs.22.50 crore in Jammu, Anantnag-Rs.15.00 crore and Rs.13 crore in Srinagar. An expenditure of Rs.77 crore will be incurred on providing drainage facilities including Rs.50  crore in Srinagar, Rs.22 crore in Jammu and Rs.5.00 crore in Anantanag. Urban transport will be improved with an investment of Rs.15 crore in Srinagar, Rs.13 crore in Jammu and Rs.5 crore in Leh. Green spaces will be augmented in Srinagar, Jammu, Anantnag and Leh at a cost of Rs.5.50 crore.
Assam- water supply will be augmented in Nagaon at a cost of Rs.51.79 crore, Dibrugarh-Rs.46.51 crore and in Silchar at a cost of Rs. 43.20 crore. Another Rs.40 crore, proposed to be spent by the State Government on drainage projects will now be spent on augmenting water supply and sewerage networks in the 4 mission cities including Guwahaty Green spaces will be developed in these 3 cities and Guwahati at a cost of Rs.4.73 crore.
Meghalaya- sewerage and septage management project will be taken up at a cost of Rs.22.22 crore and development of green spaces at a cost of Rs. 59 lakhs.
Tripura- Rs.32.50 crore will be spent on improving water supply, Rs.2.12 crore on urban transport and Rs.2.00 crore for improving green spaces.
Goa- urban transport projects like pedestrianisation of City Square, development of footpaths, sidewalks and walkways will be taken up at a cost of Rs.49.97 crore, sewerage and septage management works at a cost of Rs.7.38 cr, drainage and water supply projects at a cost of Rs.36 lakhs each and Rs.1.40 crore will be spent on provision of green spaces.
Puducherry- water supply will be improved at a cost of Rs.5.76 crore and in Oulgaret at a cost of Rs.6.7 crore. Both these urban local bodies will spend Rs.3 crore each on sewerage projects.  An amount of Rs. 47 lakhs will be spent on providing green spaces in these urban areas.
With these approvals, the Ministry of Urban Development has so far approved Atal Mission Action Plans for 2015-16 for 483 mission cities in 26 states and Union Territories with a total investment of Rs.20,491 crore in augmenting water supply including provision of water taps, expanding sewerage network services including provision of sewer connections to individual households, storm water drains, urban transport and green spaces.

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Hero Women’s Professional Golf Tour 2016

Gursimar Badwal (4)
Gursimar wrests lead on day two
Mumbai, February 24, 2016:  Gursimar Badwal carded 1 over 71 in the second round to grab the lead in the fifth leg of the Hero Women’s Professional Golf Tour at the Bombay Presidency Golf Club here on Wednesday. Sharmila Nicollet played the only par round of the day to take the second position with a total score of 142. The INR 6,00,000 event will culminate tomorrow.
Kapurthala’s Gursimar Badwal started cautiously, playing an even par front nine. She dropped three shots in her back nine on the 10th, 11th and 13th holes, but two late birdies on the 16th and 18th helped her to finish the round with a total score of 141. She is yet to register a win on the Tour and will be eager to claim her maiden professional title at the BPGC tomorrow. Hero Motocorp sponsored Sharmila Nicollet carded the best score of the day to take the second position. The Bengaluru golfer carded a birdie and a bogey apiece on the 1st and 9thholes respectively, to finish with a score of par 70 in the second round.
Overnight leader Smriti Mehra and the Delhi duo of Ankita Tiwana and Mehar Atwal are all tied for the third position with identical totals of 144 after 36 holes. Kolkata’s Smriti Mehra could not sustain her first round momentum and carded 7 over 77 on the day. Two double bogeys on the 6th and 11th holes, a quadruple on the 4th and a bogey on the 18th did not help her cause, but two birdies on the 2nd and 16th holes coupled with her heroics on the first day helped her to finish three shots adrift of the leader.
Ankita Tiwana started impressively, playing a bogey-free front nine with two birdies on the 2nd and 9th holes. Two under at the turn, she was unable to capitalise on her good start and could not add another birdie to her tally. She dropped three shots on the 11th, 12th and 16th holes on her return journey to finish the round with a score of 1 over 71. Mehar Atwal carded two birdies on the 13th and 14th holes, along with three bogeys on the 9th, 15th and 16th. She too finished the round with a score of 1 over 71.
Pune’s Shweta Galande and Delhi’s Gauri Monga are tied for the sixth place with identical totals of 146, followed by Kolkata’s Neha Tripathi in eighth position with a total score of 147 after the second round.

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