Sunday, 28 December 2014

Water Pproblem in Palam Colony

Following are some regular glances of palam colony , palam village and nearby areas where people are bound to depend on DJB tankers for getting water for drinking & other household works. Palam water crisis is not a new issue , the problem has been persisting here for years and still no one paid heed to the hardship of palam residents :

Manglapuri Nomads

These are the temporary homes of various nomads living in manglapuri area of palam colony from years :

Thursday, 18 December 2014

Manglapuri Bus Terminal Delhi

SOURCE : PALAMGUIDE.COM (Manglapuri bus Stand)


Thursday, 11 December 2014

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Saturday, 6 December 2014

AAP ready to lock horns with BJP in rural Delhi (Bawana, Badarpur, Badli, Brijwasan, Chhattarpur, Mehrauli, Matiala, Mundka, Narela, Najafgarh, Nangloi, Palam, Rithala and Tughlaqabad)


New Delhi: Urban Delhi may have been its stepping ground from the day it was conceived, however country Delhi is the place the political destiny of Aam Aadmi Party will be chosen. In the get together decision a year ago, the AAP sacked very nearly all its seats in urban ranges while it experienced a mental blackout in the rustic regions. This time it has lost some backing in its fortress; unless it makes it up by securing enough numbers in the state's periphery it may well say farewell to it any desire for another opportunity of framing the legislature.

Also that may not be a simple errand. In the 2013 race, of the 18 country situates, the BJP had sacked 17 and one was won by an autonomous applicant. Essentially, out of 28 semi-urban and semi (country urban, otherwise called Rurban) seats, 23 had gone to the BJP.

That is another region to prevail over for AAP that has seen a relentless disintegration of its ubiquity among the working class voters; a certainty that was obvious in its less than impressive display the Lok Sabha decisions.

"AAP didn't do well in the provincial fragment in the last Assembly decision, however this time, we're more mindful and concentrating on the specificities of semi-urban and rustic section. To interface with the voters, the gathering has created a multi-pronged procedure, going for tending to the issues of this fragment which are altogether different from urban issues," senior AAP pioneer Yogendra Yadav told Firstpost.

Keeping this in view, the AAP has propelled its new country cell — Gramin Morcha — a frontal association to grow the party's base among the villagers and voters in semi-urban pockets. This unit will concentrate on the issues confronted by the individuals dwelling in rustic regions of the capital and to permit them to get the profits which individuals of Delhi are qualified for.

"There are a few unaddressed issues with provincial Delhi. First and foremost, Delhi doesn't perceive ranchers in its towns. Second, there is no protection for coincidental demise of cows, which is a significant issue for the villagers. Third, the towns in Delhi are in a cusp, where they don't have urban comforts additionally fail to offer a genuine town feel. The villagers additionally confront a serious issue because of the area utilization act. AAP is considering all such issues to unite with the rustic voters," included Yadav.

Furthermore, the AAP has now held hands with the Delhi Gramin Sabha, a NGO that has been working over 10 years on different financial issues of the villagers, to expand its compass among this section.

"We examined the issue of rustic voters with Arvind Kejriwal, in light of the fact that AAP has no vicinity in this section; and to win a greater part, the gathering needs to addition significant number of provincial seats. The gathering has opened another cell to have a dialog with the villagers and we're working in pair with the AAP," said president, Delhi Gramin Samaj, Col (retd.) Rai Singh Balhara.

"The governmental issues in the rustic territories is altogether different from that in urban zones. The villagers and their heads don't effortlessly hold hands with any political gathering nor acknowledge them on face esteem. However, once they acknowledge any gathering or a pioneer, they stay unwavering under any condition. Thus, the AAP excessively will need to secure that compatibility with the villagers and town heads (Pradhans)," said Balhara.

As per AAP sources, in its first stage, the gathering needs to firmly concentrate on 14 such seats like Bawana, Badarpur, Badli, Brijwasan, Chhattarpur, Mehrauli, Matiala, Mundka, Narela, Najafgarh, Nangloi, Palam, Rithala and Tughlaqabad. "These seats have a vast piece of voters from financially weaker segments, who're now dedicated to AAP. We need to extend our scope in these pockets in the first period of our rustic drive," an insider said.

The BJP as of now has a high ground in this section. "It was amid previous boss clergyman Sahib Singh Verma's residency that the BJP made advances into the towns, getting one up on the Congress which at first had a fortification on rustic Assembly situates," a BJP source said.

According to the administration records, there are 357 towns in 11 regions in Delhi. At the same time, there is a stark distinction between the towns in Delhi and those in others states like Uttar Pradesh, Punjab, Madhya Pradesh or in any eastern state. There is a characteristic in Delhi, in terms of rustic seats. Dissimilar to different states, rustic seats of Delhi barely look like normal towns. Quick development of Delhi as an issue capital has changed over these towns into 'semi-urban, semi-country' focuses. Just not very many genuine towns exist on the edge of Delhi. At the same time, notwithstanding this trademark, the country section works totally in an alternate way in terms of races.

The BJP has at the same time chalked out a forceful plan to hold its 'faithful voter base'. "We're routinely having gatherings on this issue, yet meanwhile, our 300 Mps from different states are going to different electorates commonplace and tending to the rustic voters. At the appointed time course, the gathering will think of more plans to address the country and semi-urban fragment of Delhi," Delhi BJP representative, Harish Khurana told Firstpost.

Targetting the rustic and semi-urban portion, the BJP has booked 2,700 gatherings to be finished in 20 days. Assessing the socio-demographical structure of every Assembly situate, the gathering has assigned Mps for specific seats. "Case in point, our Mps from Bihar will address those seats where Purvanchali voters are in a greater part," a BJP source said.

Nonetheless, the BJP will need to tread with alert in this see as it was at one such rustic gathering that its pastor, Sadhvi Niranjan Jyoti had utilized interjections bringing on much humiliation to the gathering in both the places of Parliam

Friday, 5 December 2014

Raahgiri will travel to Dwarka on December 7

Raahgiri Day to debut in Dwarka on December 7
Raahgiri Day
There's good news for fitness-conscious Dillwallahs! Raahgiri Day is coming to Dwarka this Sunday. An initiative by DDA and Delhi Police, along with Embarq India and supported by The Times of India, Dwarka's Raahgiri Day will be launched from this Sunday, December 7, and will be organised from 7am to 10am every week. 

Muktesh Chander, special commissioner of police (Traffic), said, "Dwarka has a lot of high-rise buildings but there isn't much space for the people residing in these building to walk, skate or cycle. We think on Sundays, people should get the opportunity to indulge in the activities they enjoy. We have also seen that a large number of people from Dwarka and Rohini drive down to CP on Sunday to be a part of Raahgiri. The purpose of Raahgiri is not fulfilled if they have to do this. They will now get a place closer to their home where the elderly can walk. CP becomes quite crowded during Raahgiri and if people don't get the space to walk or cycle, the purpose is defeated. This will help reduce the crowd that comes to CP." 


Thursday, 4 December 2014

AAP candidate Bhawna Gaur's ticket might get cancelled

Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) candidate Bhawna Gaur from Delhi's Palam area is under the scanner after her name has been dragged into two major controversies. The allegations are such that the party may withdraw her candidature.

A committee comprising Professor Anand Kumar, Prashant Bhushan and Ashish Khaitan is investigating the charges. The committee will reveal its decision to the party by December 4. 
AAP that claims to give tickets only to people with clean image has named Bhawna Gaur in its first list of candidates. According to an exclusive report by Aaj Tak, Bhawna is involved in two such major disputes which certainly don't prove her 'clean image' as a leader. The charges on Bhawna involve allegedly lying about her academic qualifications and a lawsuit related to illegal construction and unlawful occupation of her previously rented house.
According to sources, the party committee has acquitted Gaur in the claims about her educational qualifications. However the committee is still to take any decision on the illegal house encroachment case.


ITL Public School, Dwarka.builds toilet for Sarvodaya Kanya Vidyalaya in Palam Village

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NEW DELHI: Motivated by the Prime Minister's Independence Day discourse and Swachh Vidyalaya Abhiyan, some private schools are venturing into help sanitation in government schools.

A set of four toilets for boys and an alternate set for girls was built at Sarvodaya Kanya Vidyalaya in Palam Village (a boy's school is run from the premises at evening shift), civility ITL Public School, Dwarka.

The administration of ITL Public School had begun with an overview. "We had likewise asked Doe. We understood this school required help desperately. It did have toilets yet they were just about broken. Indeed the ladies staff had issues," says primary Sudha Acharya. A proposal was arranged and submitted to Doe in August. "They provided for us authorization inevitably," says Acharya.

Development started on October 2, and was finished by November. The entire undertaking cost pretty much Rs 2 lakh. "They are much the same as non-public school toilets with the exception of they, on the school's solicitation, are all Indian-style ones," she includes. "We visit each one school to scout the sanitation status-whether the toilets are practical, if there's running water," says Veena Tandon, delegate chief, instruction (southwest B). "When I went to a few schools in my general vicinity, I found that this one required more toilets."

Source : TOI

Tuesday, 2 December 2014

Sunday, 30 November 2014

Stop Eve Teasing - Stop This Right Now !!

Respect Women !!

Stop This Right Now. Shame on every guy who indulges in eve-teasing. This film will make every man sit up and think about this evil of our society. #socialawareness #stopeveteasing #respectwomen #socialissue #lewd #obscene #drunk #stalking #molest 

Saturday, 29 November 2014

Delhi Metro completes tunneling from Palam station on 1.5 km stretch

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New Delhi, November 13, 2014

The Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) said it had finished tunneling on a significant 1.5 km stretch of the Janakpuri West-Botanical Garden corridor close Palam.

The passage will help  join regions like Janakpuri, Dabri, Palam along these lines on with imperative areas, for example, the residential terminal of the Delhi airplane terminal Hauz Khas, Nehru Place, Jamia Milia University and Noida.

The shaft which began from the Palam station rose in barrier land toward the end of the Dwarka flyover (Dhaula Kuan end) in the wake of covering a separation of 1.51 kms (1,024 rings), from where the arrangement gets to be lifted.

The passage exhausting machine had begun work in March, 2014. An alternate passage running parallel is required to be finished by one month from now. The shaft has an inside measurement of 5.8 mtrs and an outside distance across of 6.3 mtrs, a press discharge from DMRC said.

Palam-Dwarka water crisis: HC issues notice to Haryana government

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New Delhi 

The Delhi High Court Wednesday issued notice to the Haryana government over the Munak waterway water offering question. 
A division seat of Justice B.d. Ahmed and Justice Siddharth Mridul looked for a reaction from the Haryana inhabitant chief in Delhi. 
The court noted that in excess of 80 MGD of water is generally lost consistently due to drainage as the water is consistently transported through a katchcha waterway rather than the cement Munak trench. It additionally said that it is "shocking" that the issue has not been determined while residents are denied of water. The court's course went ahead a PIL requesting charging of the new Munak waterway. The PIL recorded by lodging social orders in Dwarka looked for bearing to the Delhi Jal Board and the legislature to tackle the water emergency confronted by them. 
The Munak trench Haidarpur pipeline was relied upon to address the needs of the range by supplying crude water for treatment which would then be supplied to the dried region. 
The Munak trench was constructed by Haryana with budgetary support of around Rs 400 crore from the Delhi government on the condition that the national capital will be supplied water from it. 
Haryana has restricted any water-offering, saying it has been liberally giving water to its neighbor despite the fact that the interest in the state has gone up as of late. 
Development take a shot at the 102-km channel between Munak on the Haryana outskirt and Haiderpur in Delhi has been just about finished. 
The channel has been developed to stop loss of water through spillages in different existing waterways.

Tuesday, 25 November 2014

Delhi Metro Commences Tunneling at Palam on the Janakpuri west- Botanical garden corridor of Phase 3

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The DMRC today commenced tunneling on a crucial 1.5 km stretch of the upcoming Janakpuri West – Botanical Garden corridor at Palam, which will play a major role in connecting areas like Janakpuri, Dabri, Palam etc with important locations such as the IGI Airport – Domestic Terminal, Hauz Khas, IIT, Nehru Place, Jamia Milia University and NOIDA.

The tunnel which starts from the Palam Metro station will emerge in the defence land at the end of the Dwarka flyover (Dhaula Kuan end) after covering a distance of 1.51 kms, from where the alignment will become elevated.

This particular tunneling drive is expected to be finished by the month of December. The tunnel will have an internal diameter of 5.8 mtrs and external diameter of 6.3 mtrs and will consist of 1,015 rings. The initial drive of the parallel tunnel is expected to start from the next month. 

The 36.58 km long Janakpuri West – Botanical Garden corridor of Phase 3 consists of 23.69 kms of underground lines. Presently, six other TBMs are working in different parts of the corridor across the city. In total, 20 TBMs are operational for the tunneling works of Phase 3 at present.

DMRC is slated to construct 53 km of underground Metro lines as part of its Phase 3 construction work for which about 34 TBMs are expected to be used. A total of 74 tunnels will be constructed in this phase. 

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Saturday, 22 November 2014

villages in south west delhi


List Of Villages In South West District Delhi :

Village- Sub Division DWARKA
Village- Sub Division NAJAFGARH
Village- Sub Division KAPASHERA  
    1. TOGAN PUR
    2. PALAM
    3. BINDA PUR 
    5. MIRZA PUR
    6. NASIR PUR
    7. DABRI
    10. AMBER HERI
    12. KAKROLA

    5. MITRAUN
    7. KHAIRA
    8. SURHERA
    9. KAIR
    11. UJWA
    15. JHUL JHULI
    16. SARANPUR
    20. ISSA PUR
    21. QAZI PUR
    22. BAQAR GARH
    23. DHANSA
    24. GALIB PUR
    26. HAIBAT PUR
    27. MASUDA BAD

    2. BAMNOLI
    5. RAWTA
    6. DEVRALA
    11. JHATIKRA
    12. RAGHO PUR
    13. NANAK HERI
    14. BADU SARAI
    15. SHIKAR PUR
    17. JAIN PUR
    18. HASANPUR
    19. DAULAT PUR
    21. PAPRAWAT
    24. QUIBA PUR
    25. CHHAWLA
    27. SALAH PUR
    28. KAPAS HERA
    29. BIJWASAN
    30. DINDAR PUR

New PIN codes —– Area covered

a.  110075 – Dwarka Sector 1,2,5,6,7,10,11 & 19, Palam Vihar (Near Sec – 6), Amber Hai Village
  • Post Office: DWARKA SEC-6 ( SUB OFFICE)
b.  110077 – Dwarka Sector 8,9,20,21,22,23,24, 25, 26,27,28 & 29, SPG Complex, Raj Nagar I and II, Puran Nagar, Dev Kunj, Palam Village Extn., Bharthal, Bagdola & Dhul Siras Villages
  • Post Office :  BAGDOLA (BRANCH OFFICE)
  • Post Office: RAJ NAGAR – II ( SUB OFFICE)
c.  110078 – Dwarka Sector 3,4,12,13,14,15,16, 17 & 18, Bharat Vihar, Suraj Vihar, Nand Vihar, Hari Vihar, Kakrola Village
  • Post Office: N.S.I.T. DWARKA ( SUB OFFICE)

Friday, 21 November 2014

HC pulls up DDA on Dwarka water supply issue

Tanker mafia-DDA nexus: HC pulls up DDA on Dwarka water supply issue | Oct 30, 2014, 19:00PM IST

Thursday, 20 November 2014

Top 8 Markets in Delhi

Delhi Markets with the Best Shopping

The vibrant and exotic atmosphere of Delhi markets can make shopping lots of fun. In fact, Delhi has the best markets in India, with handicrafts from all over the country. These top markets in Delhi are a treasure trove of goods waiting to be discovered.
Also check out Kings Park Street, west Delhi's new experiential hub of Indian art and handicrafts.

A day at Dilli Haat - reverses/Flickr/CC BY 2.0

1. Dilli Haat

This huge Delhi market has been deliberately made to feel like a traditional weekly village market, called a haat. Small thatched roof cottages with a village atmosphere give it great ambiance. The market offers an exciting blend of handicrafts from all over India, food, and cultural and music performances.  Don't miss it!
  • Location: Opposite INA Market, south Delhi. Pitampura, north Delhi. Janakpuri, west Delhi.
  • Opening Hours: Daily from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m., including national holidays.
  • What to Buy: Indian handcrafts and artifacts.
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2. Janpath and Tibetan Market

This very popular and lively Delhi market, which was recently given a makeover, has something for everyone. You'll find goods from everywhere in India and Tibet here, and it's a great place to shop for things to take back home. However, you'll need all your bargaining skills to get a really decent price.
  • Location: Janpath, just off Connaught Place, in central New Delhi.
  • Opening Hours: Daily.
  • What to Buy: Handicrafts, hippy clothing, shoes, paintings, brassware, Indian artifacts, leather work, and cheap jewelry.
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3. Khan Market

Khan Market is a small, U-shaped, well established market that's one of Delhi's classiest. Bargain hunters are likely to be disappointed at this market. It's got a loyal following who go there to shop at its branded outlets. One of the best things about this market is its interesting book shops. It's also got some excellent tailors who will make you a suit in less than a week. For Ayurvedic food, medicine and skin care check out Biotique, and Khadi. Hidden away, you'll find some great lounges to relax in, many with balconies overlooking the street.
  • Location: South New Delhi, not far from India Gate.
  • Opening Hours: Daily except Sundays.
  • What to Buy: Books, music, branded and tailored clothes, Ayurvedic food and cosmetics, and lamps.

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4. Paharganj

Some of the best bargain shopping in Delhi can be found in the crumbling and chaotic Main Bazaar of the Paharganj traveler ghetto. Many of the shops in Paharganj also deal in wholesale and export to foreign countries, making it a good place to come and hunt out unique and inexpensive goods to import back home.
  • Location: Paharganj Main Bazaar, opposite the New Delhi Railway Station.
  • Opening Hours: Daily until around 9 p.m.
  • What to Buy: Clothes, shoes, jewelry, books, music, textiles, handicrafts, hookah pipes, incense.
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5. Chandni Chowk

The shopping district of Chandni Chowk has been in existence for hundreds of years and an exploration of its winding, narrow alleyways is certainly an adventure. The lanes of Chandni Chowk are divided into bazaars with different areas of specialization. For fabrics, head to Katra Neel. In the Bhagirath Palace area, you'll find a huge range of electronics. Dariba Kalan is Old Delhi's ancient silver market full of silver jewelry. Food vendors in Chandni Chowk also serve up a delicious assortment of Delhi street food.
  • Location: Old Delhi.
  • Opening Hours: Daily except Sundays.
  • What to Buy: Fabrics, jewelry, and electronic goods.

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6. Sarojini Nagar

Sarojini Nagar is most famous for its really cheap designer clothes and reputable brands that have been rejected from export, either because of surplus quantity or small manufacturing defects. Shops and stalls, selling all kinds of clothes and fashion accessories, sprawl onto the streets. There's also a sweet market (Babu Market) and vegetable market (Subzi Mundi) in the area.
  • Location: South West Delhi, near Safdarjung Airport.
  • Opening Hours: Daily except Mondays.
  • What to Buy: Designer clothes, Indian clothes, fashion accessories, shoes.
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7. Lajpat Nagar (Central Market)

The hectic Lajpat Nagar market provides an interesting glimpse into Indian culture. It's one of the oldest markets in India and is abuzz with middle class Indian shoppers, all swarming around its roadside stalls and showrooms. One of this market's main attractions is the Mehendiwalas, who will apply beautiful henna designs to your hands with astonishing speed. You'll also find reasonably priced Indian kurti tops andsalwaar kameez suits here.
  • Location: South New Delhi, near Defence Colony (between Greater Kailash and South Extension).
  • Opening Hours: Daily except Mondays.
  • What to Buy: Indian clothing, shoes, bags, accessories (including Indian bangles), and home furnishings.
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8. Sunder Nagar

This quaint market attracts quite a few rich Indian socialites because of its art and antique shops. It's a well-designed market in an upscale neighborhood. You'll also find some wonderful tea shops there. Try the Regalia Tea House and Mittal Tea House.
  • Location: Off Mathura Road in central New Delhi, not too far away from Connaught Place, near the zoo and Oberoi Hotel.
  • Opening Hours: Daily except Sundays.
  • What to Buy: Silver jewelry, art, textiles, carpets, and antiques.