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Ugandan military dictator Idi Amin was way ahead of him. “That period in my life was a challenge but you feel so much stronger once you pick up the pieces and make a new world for yourself. as the situation stands now,both parties will have to come together again if eitherwants a chance to govern the municipal body for the next five years And while that’s not the ideal situation thateither would have hoped for both must work together especially since there is a lot of work that needs to be done to get the city moving into a well-oiled machine that can keep up with its citizenry The only other option for either party is to form an alliance with Congress but given their history it is unlikely So if BJP and Shiv Sena do come together the challenges in front of the new municipal corporation are plenty The first step is to urgently reforming the BMC’s public school system Mumbaikars should be able to rely on the public schools to provide comprehensive education to their children Efforts on improving healthcare sanitation and cleanliness should also begin with upgrading the public schools and playgrounds For the richest municipal corporation in India increased budgetary allocations for schools and school infrastructure is a must The BMC has a budget that is bigger than the combined budget of Goa and Tripura For a city with a municipal budget that large its schools can and should be on par with schools in developed countries The corporation should have a standing sub-committee on public education whose job should be to prepare a master plan on how this has to be fixed Representational image AFP The second task is to urgently upgrade the level of sanitation and healthcare While the BMC runs many speciality hospitals and nursing homes very little is actually done with regards to preventive public health — most citizens will know this because of the annual dengue scare that we are all used to Preventive public health is as important as having an infrastructure that could support it It is important that this issue is addressed at the earliest Open drains need to be secured to prevent infection Streets need to be kept clean Waste segregation needs to be enforced and there needs to be a strict implementation of anti-littering laws across the city Likewise construction of public toilets and public baths for the use of the city’s homeless and street dwelling population is also essential to ensure good standards of health and hygiene The third task for the new civic body will be to work in close coordination with the state government The BMC on its own doesn’t have that much power So for it to be effective it will have to work in close coordination with the Mantralaya in the city This will be critical to fixing the city’s infrastructure The planning of new roads and expressways across the city must also take into account the demands of the commuters The BMC (via the Brihanmumbai Electric Supply and Transport Undertaking) and the state government could work together and complete the bus rapid transport system (BRTS) lanes on the Goregaon-Mulund Link Road (GMLR) and the Western Express and Eastern Express Highways to ease the pressure off the rail system Other infrastructure projects such as upgrading hospitals e-services centres night shelters for Mumbai’s homeless population homes for the socially vulnerable also need to be taken up on a priority For a city with so much money Mumbai sure doesn’t use it to provide a high-quality life to its citizens Slum improvement is another area where the BMC needs to focus on The BMC currently has many slum dwellers who squat on BMC land and are protected under the Maharashtra Slum Areas (Improvement Clearance and Redevelopment) Act of 1971 and the Maharashtra Rent Control Act of 1999 The BMC also has many chawls (formerly operated by the erstwhile Bombay Improvement Trust) across the city that badly need redevelopment These redevelopment needs to be actioned on a priority and can only be done with close coordination with the state government via the Slum Rehabilitation Authority (SRA) and the Maharashtra Housing and Area Development Authority (MHADA) The redevelopment has been happening at a snail’s pace This fresh mandate should renew this cause with vigour The redevelopment though should focus on creating more public housing which the city badly needs rather than expensive luxury flats which usually come in a Public Private Partnership model Finally we come to the question of the BMC’s budget If you look at last year’s revenue expenditure you’ll find that 518 percent of the BMC’s expenditure went under the head of "establishment expenses" So more than 50 percent of the India’s richest municipal corporations’ revenue budget was used to pay the salaries and pensions of its staff Which means the new administration at the BMC will really need to start thinking about the sheer number of people employed in the BMC and may need to seriously consider staffing and budget cuts to free up the revenue budget Establishing a sub-committee in the corproration with this purpose may be a step in the right direction The subcommittee in it’s mandate can also look at other wasteful expenditures incurred by the BMC It may be the first of its kind effort in India possibly an act of wishful thinking on the part of this author but if 518 percent of the budget is going in paying staff and pensions a sub-committee like this may be worth considering The above examples are just a part of an illustrative list of things the new BMC corporation can start with to get the ball rolling The civic bodies (local government) can be highly effective in bringing change on the ground which is why the Constitution (74th) Amendment Act 1992 gave every metropolitan area the right form a local government The three levels of government working together have the ability to create maximum impact The local government is the first stop in a citizens quest to get their voice heard Written by Agencies | London | Published: June 22 2009 2:24 pm Related News Chat show queen Oprah Winfrey showed her generous side by taking her staff and their families on an all expenses paid 10-day cruise trip around the Mediterranean The travel experts said that the cruise would cost the TV personality some 500000 pounds The billionaire chat show host employs more than 100 people at her Chicago based TV production company which recently featured an interview with the parents of missing toddler Madeleine McCannDaily Mail online reported Winfreywho has a personal fortune estimated at over 15 billion pounds and an annual income of over 200 million pounds is know for her generosity The 55-year-old media mogul will reportedly join her staff on the cruise which will stop in ItalyTurkeyGreece and Malta Four years ago Winfrey had arranged a similar trip to Hawaii for all her staff and agreed to pick up the bill For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsUpdated: April 8 2017 7:06 am Stills from Rustom and Dangal Top News With over 300 films from 26 languages vying for the prestigious 64th National Film Awards the winners were announced in Delhi on Friday While Akshay Kumar won the Best Actor award for his portrayal of a patriotic naval officer in Rustom Surabhi Lakshmi was named Best Actress for her role in the Malayalam film Minnaminungu — The Firefly The jury described her performance as “brilliant” and Kumar it stated presented “perfect portrayal of a character caught in personal and social turmoil” The awards in the other top categories went to Marathi film Kaasav which bagged the Best Feature Film award while Fireflies in the Abyss won the same award in the non-feature film category Bollywood hit Neerja picked up the Best Hindi Film award and Pink was pronounced the Best Film on Social Issues Zaira Wasim was announced Best Supporting Actress for her role in Dangal The jury said that Wasim played the role of a female sportsperson battling with the society “with utmost maturity” Best Supporting Actor award went to Manoj Joshi for Marathi film Dashakriya which also won the Best Marathi Movie award The jury members made a special mention for Sonam Kapoor for her performance in Neerja and Adil Hussain for his work in Mukti Bhawan and Maj Rati Keteki Filmmaker Priyadarshan was the chairperson of the jury in the feature films category while cinematographer and writer Raju Misra held the same position in the non-feature category This year a new award has also been instituted to give recognition to the most film-friendly state A panel led by Telugu film director Radha Krishna Jagarlamudi declared Uttar Pradesh as the winner of the inaugural award and Jharkhand got a special mention For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: May 4 2017 3:08 am The Sena has been pushed into a corner since the BJPs resurgence post the 2014 elections Top News In an attempt at shoring up the falling fortunes of his party Shiv Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray will be embarking on a tour of Marathwada from May 6 to reach out to farmers The Shiv Sena along with the opposition has for long been demanding loan waiver for farmers in the state In spite of it being a part of the BJP-led government the Sena has been unable to make CM Devendra Fadnavis accede to this demand The BJP’s intransigence is reflective of the falling clout as well as fortune of the Sena The Shiv Sena leadership which seems to have realised the erosion of its support base has now decided to take remedial measures Under the plan Shiv Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray his son Aditya Thackeray as well as senior party leaders will spread across Marathwada to reach out to farmers On May 7 Uddhav will hold a meeting in Aurangabad to evaluate the party’s prospects in the region The Sena is presently worried about its eroding mass base which manifested itself in the party’s lacklustre performance in municipal corporations as well as Zilla Parishad elections The Sena has been pushed into a corner since the BJPs resurgence post the 2014 elections The party has lost its status as the senior member of the alliance and the BJP has been increasingly calling the shots The BJP which has allied with the Sena in the state seems to have grown at a far more faster pace Since the BJP joined hands with the Sena in 1990 its support base has grown by a phenomenal 9972 per cent compared to the Shiv Sena’s vote base which grew at half the rate by 5562 per cent The Shiv Sena and the BJP had formally contested Assembly elections as allies from 1990 In the five assembly elections that took place between 1990 to 2009 the total number of votes polled increased by 52 per cent The voter base of the Shiv Sena grew at the same pace at 5566 per cent from 4733 lakh in 1990 to 7369 lakh in 2009 However the BJP seems to have gained the most from joining hands with the Sena growing its votes by a phenomenal 9972 per cent from 3180 lakh in 1990 to 6352 lakhs in 2009 In the 2014 election too the BJP’s vote share has grown phenomenally from 1402 per cent in 2009 to 2708 per cent while the Shiv Sena has grown marginally from 1626 per cent in 2009 to 194 per cent in 2014 For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top News Fourth, 2014 12:50 am He looks different each time we see him, I had never said we will be releasing it on 15th August. according to the manager, When the manager objected to their behaviour,We were hesitant on whether we should include any English language newspaper as common people have a problem with the English [email protected]

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