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Over the weekendmore than 80 fault complaints were received by the administration after waterlogging caused power failures For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Mumbai | Updated: May 14 2016 7:21 am Related News Civic officials of the E ward along with 100 policemen started an evacuation drive in an SRA building near Nair Hospital in Mumbai Central on Friday The BMC evacuated 23 rooms in the SRA building which was initially allocated for Nair Hospital staffers and were allegedly illegally occupied by several families Share This Article Related Article The developer who constructed the SRA building had handed over 23 rooms to Nair Hospital in 2009 so that it could serve as staff quarters However soon after the rooms were handed over they were encroached upon “Twenty two rooms were occupied for the past five years and one of them was vacant The hospital officials were scared to evacuate those who were staying in the rooms so we took the help of the police and have now handed over the rooms to the hospital” said Kishore Desai assistant municipal commissioner of E ward He added that every room was occupied by 2 to 4 people WATCH INDIAN EXPRESS VIDEOS HERE Apart from officials from the E ward office representatives of Nair hospital and the police 53 labourers were also involved in the evacuation process RN Bharmal dean of Nair hospital that the rooms were meant to house nurses peons and other clerical staff “The evacuation was a joint effort of the hospital and the BMC We have already started allocating the rooms to the nurses” he said [email protected] For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: IANS | Mumbai | Updated: September 1 2015 9:11 am Child actress Ruhanika Dhawan who plays the role of Ruhi Bhalla in “Ye Hai Mohabbatein” is reportedly going to quit the popular TV show Related News Child actress Ruhanika Dhawan who plays the role of Ruhi Bhalla in “Ye Hai Mohabbatein” is reportedly going to quit the popular TV show The seven-year-old is barely seen in the show and her character has started to fade Earlier this year when the makers of the show were planning for a leap they were said to be forced to take it down due to audiences’ love for Ruhi “Ruhi is concentrating on her studies now As she is in another grade now her study load has also increased She comes only on the weekends to shoot and that too not for long hours Share This Article Related Article “She also won’t be seeing Romi’s (Aly Goni) wedding as we shot the sequence in weekday and Ruhi wasn’t available As much as we want Ruhi to be part of the show we can’t expect it to take a toll from her studies” a source from the production house said The Star Plus show features Divyanka Tripathi and Karan Patel in lead roles For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related News"A new era begins now With Puma" Last month Virat Kohli sent the market into a frenzy by penning down a Rs 110-crore deal with international sports lifestyle brand Puma With the landmark announcement Kohli became the first Indian sportsperson to go past the Rs 100-crore mark as regards a deal with a single brand Spykar COO Sanjay Vakharia The contract not only signified the ever-increasing stature of the Indian captain but also the increasing interest of brands in getting associated with sports In the last few years the market has seen an exponential rise in sports sponsorship where brands have harnessed sports as successful medium for communication about the brands One such brand which has jumped on the sporting bandwagon is home-grown apparel brand Spykar The denim major decided to engage with the Indian Premier League by investing Rs 20 crore on a two-season sponsorship deal with new franchise Rising Pune Supergiants last year Firstpost sat down with Sanjay Vakharia COO Spykar Lifestyle Pvt Ltd to understand why sport is becoming the first pick for leading brands and the ingredients of brand-sport relationship FP: What made Spykar get into cricket Sanjay Vakharia: Spykar addresses the ever dynamic Indian youth market and cricket is all about exhibiting talent and reaching out to enthusiastic audiences which is where the root of the association lies IPL is one of the few sporting events which cuts across the entire spectrum of towns and citiesand resonates well with both men and women With the wide reach this sport offers and considering we are strengthening our base in tier two and three cities as well —this was an appropriate tie up FP: What factors are taken into account by a brand while choosing an athlete/team Sanjay Vakharia: The team should match the spirit and ethos of the brand FP: Why did Spykar choose Rising Pune Supergiants Sanjay: A team mix of young enthusiastic skilled players resonates well with Spykar Does a brand decide to invest taking into account few star attractions in the team or is it the overall stature of the team that matters Sanjay: It’s the overall team mix FP: Is two months of high-octane cricket an overdose Research indicates that consumers see this as an overkill did you take these things into consideration while deciding Sanjay: Cricket is evergreen in India the fan following is immense the excitement levels arehigh Irrespective of the opinions that keep floating the twomonths will be as much fun and as nail-biting as theyshould be And we are sure the Rising Pune Supergiants team will come back strongly and demonstrate that they are as strong on the pitch as on paper FP: Apart from the sponsorship money what does a team expect from the brand Sanjay: The team would expect a sync with the brand it is associating A force fit is not something that is well-received FP: Is cricket the fastest way to grow a brand these days Sanjay: A brand building exercise is a continuous effort and has a 360 degree approach Considering the varied interest levels of our young consumers – only getting skewed to one genre is not something we as a brand believe in However the visibility we get with the logo on the back of the RPS jersey is noteworthy FP: How do you see the increasing association of brands with sport growing Sanjay:Sport is looked upon as a serious effort and not just a free time activity Hence the affinity to sports branding is moving upwards FP: Do brands consider it as their responsibility to grow sports in India Sanjay: It’s thoughtful to give the youth a platform and encourage more people to opt for this field as a profession and not just as a hobby Each brand has their own objective We personally believe that by supporting such events we are helping in our own little way in boosting the support system and building confidence amongst the youth FP: How does a brand help in increasing the connect between the fans and the team Sanjay: The patrons of a brand trust the associations the brand does – it helps in bonding the fans and the team further FP: While it’s all about attracting the fans does a brand try to build a personal connect with the players too Sanjay: It’s the team we support and not an individual player FP: What brand/promotional campaign are you planning to launch for your consumers and IPL fans Sanjay: We plan to launch Spykar RPS perfumes FP: What are the biggest challenges a brand faces while sponsoring a sports team Sanjay: With the kind of pressure the players go through during the tournament the brand needs to ensure the comfort level of the players the stringent schedules and at the same time optimise the association By: PTI | Los Angeles | Published: August 8 2015 2:05 pm The amended lawsuit filed by the late 22-year-old’s conservator Bedelia Hargrove alleges Nick Gordon of “being out all night on a cocaine and drinking binge” and giving Bobbi Kristina Brown a “toxic cocktail” (Source: Reuters) Related News Singer Bobbi Kristina Brown‘s boyfriend Nick Gordon has been accused of giving her a “toxic cocktail” The amended lawsuit filed by the late 22-year-old’s conservator Bedelia Hargrove alleges Gordon 25 of “being out all night on a cocaine and drinking binge” and giving Kristina a “toxic cocktail” reported Us magazine “I am deeply saddened by the recent death of Bobbi Kristina Brown I have filed today an amended complaint against Nicholas Gordon adding a count of wrongful death and for pain and suffering “We will leave no stone unturned in seeking justice for Bobbi Kristina Brown” Hargrove said in a statement Share This Article Related Article According to the lawsuit the concoction left her “unconscious” and he “then put her face down in a tub of cold water causing her to suffer brain damage” The only daughter of the late Whitney Houston and Bobby Brown Bobbi Kristina died on July 26 nearly six months after she was found unresponsive in a bathtub of her home She was buried next to her mother in New Jersey For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Sandeep Ashar | Mumbai | Updated: May 10 2016 2:56 am MMRDA and MIDC have been appointed by the state to survey another 4323 sq km area Express Archive Related News WIDE disparities in living spaces and extreme densities of population in Mumbai’s slums have led to the average living space per Mumbaikar to hover around 8 square metres or just over 86 square feet While the financial capital recently gained nearly 15 square kilometres through natural sedimentation along its eastern coast the latest data regarding existing land use indicates that the living space for people remains a tight squeeze The new data collected by officials as part of the ongoing revision of the city’s Development Plan has found that the 124 crore population collectively occupies just 1032709 hectare or 10328 square kilometres of the city’s land area In other words there are over 12 lakh people per square kilometre space “The per capita residential area currently available in Mumbai is just 83 square metre” the survey’s findings state With the addition of a 1496- sq-km patch of lush mangrove the city’s total area is now 47328 sq km Of this civic officials said land use for 41506 sq km which is governed by the municipality was considered for the survey Special planning agencies such as the Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority (MMRDA) and the Maharashtra Industrial Development Corporation (MIDC) have been appointed by the state for another 4323 sq km area With half of Mumbai’s population — 52 lakh or 42 per cent — living in slums these residents occupy just over 3396 sq km or just over 8 per cent of the land within municipal limits In Mumbai’s slums per capita space availability is 273 sq m or 2938 sq feet With the Slum Rehabilitation Authority (SRA) seeking more buildable space for developers on slum lands population densities in slum enclaves could rise further a senior official said Share This Article Related Article The municipality has now proposed to utilise 30 sq km of undeveloped land currently marked under the no-development zone for generating social housing and public open spaces The move to open up these belts however has invited flak from certain quarters since the unlocked area includes some salt pans too Also while Mumbai is considered the country’s economic and financial nerve centre commercial and office spaces occupy just three per cent (1272 sq km) of the land A previous land use survey carried out while formulating the Development Plan of 1991 had pegged the total land area under commercial activities at 1394 sq km A senior official said some ‘mixed user’ activities (lands used for residential and commercial purposes) were included in these categories “The current data is more precise” the official said Still the data showed land used for commercial and economic activities had not grown despite the intervening years and the economic boom Municipal Commissioner Ajoy Mehta and retired bureaucrat Ramnath Jha who is supervising the revision of the Development Plan have both said reasserting Mumbai’s status as an economic engine was a key target while drafting the new plan “One of the deliverables was to make spatial provisions to generate employment of eight million” Mehta said Jha added that it was to achieve this objective that higher FSI incentives have been proposed for IT and bio-tech parks and a plan to set up new Central Business Districts in Mumbai has been floated Land cover under industrial use has seen a steep decline from 14 per cent of the land area in 1991 to 625 per cent in 2001 and 54 per cent now Restrictions on polluting industries and increasing land prices have seen most industries relocate to other parts of the state For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related News However, SDPO.

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