skyscraper cut to 60 floors
One Avighna Park, the controversial luxury tower project near Currey Road station, has finally been cleared by the BMC, but can build only 60 floors instead of the planned 64.
The project had been stalled for over three years for building in excess of what was permitted. However, the developers maintained that the new Development Control (DC) rules introduced by the BMC in 2012 did not apply to One Avighna.Promoter Kailash Agarwal told that the decision would cost them 32 flats worth about Rs 140 crore.
30 IAS officers transferred
Mumbai:The state government on Monday transferred 30 IAS officers, including managing director of Cidco, Mumbai, V Radha, who has now been posted as state excise commissioner. The government has also promoted officials to the IAS cadre, with N B Gite, who was working as private secretary to rural development minister Pankaja Munde, being one of them. Gite has been posted as municipal commissioner of Mira-Bhayander.
Radhika Rastogi has been posted as member secretary , rest of Maharashtra Statutory Development Board, and Vikas Chandra Rastogi has been posted as secretary and OSD (appeals), revenue and forest department, in Mantralaya.
amar ujala newspaper 08/08/2016 : http://epaper.amarujala.com/