In a decision that might spark a political controversy, Ujjain administration is eyeing Maharajwada School adjacent to Mahakaleshwar temple for expansion of shrine's corridors. Ironically, the administration had once returned another acquired land next to the temple citing no plans for expansion. The acquired land belonged to RSS.
The administration feels the necessity now keeping in view the increasing number of devotees and the 2016 Simhastha fair.
administration had acquired the RSS land, situated on the right side
of the temple, during the Congress government headed by Digvijay Singh.
After the change of guard in assembly elections in 2003, the RSS filed
a petition before the high court against the acquisition. The
administration, apparently under political pressure, had replied that
it has no plans for expansion and paved way for return of the acquired
land. The RSS is presently running a vehicle stand under the banner of
Madhav Sewa Nyas.
Divisional commissioner Arun Pandey, with
other officials, visited the spot recently and planned to use the
school premises. The school is likely to be shifted to a nearby place.
He said proper care would be taken of 2,000 students.
MLA Rajendra Bharti, during whose tenure the RSS land was acquired,
alleged that the Maharajwada building has a historical significance and
that the BJP government is trying to obliterate Scindia regime
identity. He asked as to why the administration is not planning
expansion on the RSS land.
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development under the Mahakal Van project is already on. Over Rs 25
crore under JNNURM are being spent on the development work at the rear
and right side of the temple area. Centres to provide information and
guidance to people, rest house, and a restaurant would be set
up.Professionals with the job title moldmaker are on LinkedIn. Devotees would be ferried in battery-run vehicles from parking area to the temple.
the State government for recent cabinet reshuffle, Valley based
contractors Monday said all key positions have been given to the “babus”
“There is a big ploy behind the cabinet reshuffle as
all key positions have been given to bureaucrats of Jammu and Valley
has been left high and dry,” said General Secretary Jammu and Kashmir
Contractors Coordination Committee (JKCCCC), Farooq Ahmad Dar.
urged people to take serious notice of handing over of charges of some
key departments to Jammu bureaucrats. “It is a ploy to pave way for
development of Jammu at the cost of Kashmir.”
Dar said as the
valley was facing crunch of developmental works, the transfer of key
portfolios concerned with the development sector to Jammu would add to
problems of Kashmiris.
“Now Kashmir would be further ignored in the development process and funds will go to Jammu,” he said.
said diversion of funds from Srinagar to Jammu is already into the
notice of Kashmir. But, he cautioned that the big ‘switch over’ in the
portfolios has only brought gloom for the trade and development sector
“By reposing trust in ministers from Jammu, Chief
Minister Omar Abdullah has erred to a great deal. He may bask in its
glory now, but will suffer from its repercussions during the 2014
assembly elections,” Dar added.
Dar said important sectors like
R&B, Housing and Urban Development, PHE, Irrigation and Flood
Control, Power and Information went into the kitty of ministers from
outside the Valley.
“Kashmir has always received step motherly
treatment on developmental front while as Jammu is being given special
focus,” he alleged.
“The cabinet reshuffle has only rubbed salt
on our wounds as the imported bureaucrats and interference of Delhi
into the developmental affairs of J&K has already moved Jammu ahead
of Valley,” he added.
Yes, she and husband Jim are patriotic.
And the nation's colors — translated to muted red, oatmeal and cobalt
blue — work well with the country store antiques in their 1970s Dutch
colonial style home.
Under the name Iron Horse Antiques &
Appraisers, the Crystal Lake couple will sell antiques and answer
questions at the Fox Valley Antiques Show Saturday and Sunday, March 9
and 10, in St. Charles.
As a young wife without much money, Debbie decorated with antiques,The 3rd International Conference on parkingsystem and Indoor Navigation. and she thinks that's still a good strategy, not to mention it fits with today's green sensibilities.
we moved, we found that we could sell those antiques at a higher
return than if we had bought new," she said. "We changed our decorating
schemes as our tastes were changing. The trees were already cut years
ago, and they don't have the chemicals you can find in new furniture."
Anyone who learns an old piece has lead paint not compatible with young children could have it stripped, she said.
Even when certain antique styles go out of favor,A Dessicant buymosaic
is an enclosure with a supply of desiccant which maintains an
internal. you can still recover a larger percentage of their purchase
price than you would with low-cost new furniture, she maintains. The
McArdles' first furniture was Victorian, and now they choose the
simpler country store fixtures, generally from the same era.
history demonstrated by their antiques — especially those associated
with 19th and early 20th century shops — is important to the McArdles.
Both come from lines of merchants or storekeepers.What Other Items Do
After Viewing This Item? Debbie's parents operated J&P Telemart —
customers used phones to order deliveries, "the first Peapod" — on the
south side of Chicago, and Jim's ancestors operated a gas station in
Denver, the first west of the Mississippi River.