Started simply a year ago, the online services for deemed conveyance — that provide possession rights to citizens of the land on which their homes are built — have stopped functioning due to a server snag. The hassle has endured for four months. Irritated with the repeated server crashes, the Maharashtra Societies Welfare Association (MSWA), a group of housing societies, has decided to protest from March four. The MSWA, on Saturday, wrote a letter to the district deputy registrar (DDR) of cooperative societies in Pune, informing them about this protest. The housing societies had been traumatic online and offline options since certain members did not understand the internet. The affiliation claims that the online carrier isn’t person-pleasant owing to typical technical glitches. Now that they’ve disappeared every week, they may be unable to sign in their deemed conveyance. MSWA president Yuvraj Pawar said, “According to the excessive court’s path in a Thane-based housing society associated case, it became advised to provide offline facility as properly, that’s being denied.” When requested, an officer connected with DDR of cooperative societies in Pune stated, “We have acquired the communique from the association and forwarded it to the nation. A reply is awaited.” —PMB.
The non-governmental enterprises (NGOs) working to restore the Ramadi performed drawing competitions for youngsters on Sunday to elevate attention to the river’s significance through numerous themes. The Ramadi Swachata Abhiyan project carried out the event at Jijau ghat in the back of Someshwar temple for kids of various ages and businesses to color. It draws under the subject ‘River identity’. Ranjana Shirsath of Vasundhara Swachata Abhiyan stated that volunteers from Cognizant, an IT corporation, additionally participated in the occasion. Around two hundred kids participated in the event. The children further pledged to take part in the cleanliness drives held regularly.
Mumbai: As the BMC is cracking the whip on defaulters by way of disconnecting their water delivery, Mahara, which is scouting for a ‘bigger’ office area within the tony BKC location, has issued a revised smooth in search of bids from those having no liabilities on them. The Maharashtra actual property regulator, sporting out its operations from a building belonging to the Slum Rehabilitation Authority, is now scouting for a larger area of up to 2,000 sqm.