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I just bought a new house in Salem,Tamil Nadu. It is 156 sq feet away from a railway track.I need to know whether I would be able to get a NOC (No objection certificate) for the land.Any ideas and information would be helpful.Thanks in advance.
Dear sir I want to take M.Sc. course from IASE deemed university churu rajasthan . Is the degree valid from there is valid in central govt. employee for promotion. The same question is for vinayak mission university salem tamilnadu . please write me asap. -Rakesh
As reported by ENS in newindpress.com in 16 July 2008: Pollution control board asked to come clean - Newindpress.com Pollution control board asked to come clean SALEM: Agitated by the lack of transparency in the functioning of the Tamil Nadu Pollution Control Board (TNPCB), 100 people, mostly farmers, on Tuesday sought clarifications under the Right to Information (RTI) Act from the District Environmental Engineer�s office. �TNPCB has consistently treated citizens as trouble-makers and enemies, and has gone out of its way to support polluters,� they alleged. Highlighting the case of an illegal coal yard, currently being constructed by Chemplast Sanmar Ltd at the Mettur Railway Station yard, representatives of Gonur West Agriculturalists Development Union said the TNPCB has admitted that coal yards have not even applied for the required consent under Air and Water Acts. However, nothing has been done to stop the construction of the coal yard despite repeated complaints about the illegality. Mettur residents said they have sufficient information to file a Vigilance complaint against Chennai-based TNPCB officials, in a case concerning a new thermal power plant being constructed by Chemplast in Mettur. The people sought information on details of clearances given to each of the operations of the industries in Mettur, their operational details, history of compliance/violation of TNPCB norms, environmental laws etc. They also questioned the TNPCB how Malco (a aluminium smelting company in Mettur) was allowed to expand its production capacity and set up a new thermal power plant despite G O Ms 213 of 1989 and G O Ms 127 of 1998 that prohibits the setting up or expansion of polluting industries within 5 km of important rivers like Cauveri. Similarly, residents of Kitchipalayam (also known as Kuppamedu) - the site of Salem Municipality�s garbage dump - filed applications seeking copies of the consent to establish and operate a dump yard by the Corporation.
Furnish documents in Minister's wealth case: HC As appeared in Chennaionline, Published on February 28, 2008 Chennai, Feb. 27 Madras High Court today directed the Judge of the Special Court at Salem to furnish all the documents relating to a wealth case against State Agriculture Minister Veerapandi S Arumugham, from which he had been discharged, to the petitioner. Admitting a writ petition filed by a Salem-based Advocate J M Arumugham, Mr Justice M Jeyapaul said a third party was entitled to seek court documents. The petitioner submitted that Mr Arumugham and five of his family members were charged under various sections of the Prevention of Corruption Act and the Indian Penal Code for acquiring and possessing property disproportionate to their known sources of income during 1996-2001, when he was a former Minister. The case was purposefully dragged from 2004 to 2007 and after his DMK party came to power in 2006, he had filed a discharge petition in 2007 and the trial court discharged all of them from the case, he contended. The petitioner submitted that under section three of the Right to Information Act, 2005, he had filed a petition before the Chief Judicial Magistrate, seeking copies of the documents. But the petition was dismissed by the trial court judge, he added, seeking a direction from the High Court to the trial court to furnish the required documents. The Judge admitted his petition and directed the Salem Special Court to present FIR, charge sheet and other documents related to the case.