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Governance Issues in SWM

Corruption is the biggest problem in SWM. Administrative & Political will is absolutely necessary for successful SWM. Technology is never the problem, solutions at all scales of operation are available.

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Accounting Practices For Municipalities

Transparency of Municipal income and expenditure and accountability for State and Central funding shall be ensured by every Municipality’s conformance, in all of their accounting procedures, to the codes specified in the CAG’s “LIST OF MAJOR AND MINOR HEADS OF ACCOUNT OF UNION AND STATES” as is already being done by all Central, State and Zilla Parishad bodies.  

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VIP-Rangoli in UP: A meaningless Ritual

A curious hangover of the British Raj survives in UP’s major cities, without anyone aware that it has lost its original purpose. In British India, quicklime was sprinkled, occasionally and selectively, onto damp soil at places where water had unexpectedly collected, or seepage was frequent or likely.

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VIP-Rangoli in UP: A meaningless Ritual

A curious hangover of the British Raj survives in UP’s major cities, without anyone aware that it has lost its original purpose. In British India, quicklime was sprinkled, occasionally and selectively, onto damp soil at places where water had unexpectedly collected, or seepage was frequent or likely.

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Labour panel moots free hand to employers to retrench

Keeping in mind the impact of globalisation and the need to evolve 'a new work culture,' the Second Labour Commission has recommended giving a free hand to employers to retrench without prior permission, ruled out the need for a wage board and suggested a check on multiplicity of trade unions.


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The Tamil Nadu Urban Local Bodies Act 1998 Act No.9 of 1999

Save as otherwise provided in this Act, any person who contravenes any of the provisions of this Act or the rules, by- laws or regulations made or any order or direction issued thereunder, shall, on conviction, be punishable with fine which
may extend to ten thousand rupees and in the case of continuing contravention with an additional fine which may extend to five hundred rupees for every day during which such contravention continues after conviction for the first such
contravention.


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Effective City Waste Management

Running a city efficiently and keeping it clean, every day of every year, requires exceptional skills, commitment and dedication at all levels.

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Role of Ulbs & Public In Solid Waste Management

SWM is NOT an NGO’s job. Expecting the public or a private agency to do the ULB’s job, even on paymt, is not the answer.
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