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BMC’s draft hoarding policy to focus on stability, light pollution

BMC will explore whether permissions should be granted for advertisements on water, where floatels are often used to grab eyeballs on Mumbai’s coastline

Mumbai, India - May 13, 2024:Ongoing rescue operation held by Mumbai Fire Brigade, NDRF, Mumbai Police and BMC at site after billboard fall on petrol pump following wind and dust strom at Ghatkopar, in Mumbai, India, on Monday, May 13, 2024. (Photo by Anshuman Poyrekar/ Hindustan Times) (Hindustan Times)
Updated on Jun 13, 2024 08:39 AM IST

Centre seeks more time to frame policy on online sale of medicines, Delhi HC grants 'last opportunity'

Centre seeks more time to frame policy on online sale of medicines, Delhi HC grants 'last opportunity'

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Published on Mar 17, 2024 11:53 AM IST

Clear penalties defined in new PU policy on sexual harassment

The internal complaints committee (formerly Panjab University Committee Against Sexual Harassment) has already started working as per the draft policy, which is expected to be cleared by the senate – the varsity’s apex governing body – in toto

For both teaching and non-teaching staff, penalties start from a reprimand and can also include withholding increments, compulsory retirement and dismissal from service. Teaching staff can also be debarred from holding any administrative position in the university. (HT)
Updated on Oct 02, 2023 08:44 AM IST
By, Chandigarh

Sexual harassment policy to come up for PU syndicate’s nod

The draft policy on sexual harassment defines the responsibilities of the university authorities, including providing a safe environment for women and publicly committing to a zero-tolerance policy towards sexual harassment

The draft was readied by PU’s internal complaints committee on August 17. (HT)
Published on Sep 18, 2023 12:43 AM IST
By, Chandigarh

BMC’s new draft policy on open spaces does away with ‘caretakers’

Mumbai's new draft policy on gardens, playgrounds, and recreation grounds scraps the controversial caretaker policy and limits adoption of open spaces to 11 months, 3 years, or 5 years. Private parties may also acquire municipal plots by paying 50% of the land value. The policy prioritizes local school associations and ALMs in adopting open spaces. The public has been invited to provide feedback on the draft policy within 30 days.

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Updated on Sep 09, 2023 12:24 AM IST
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