Free Press Journal
  • Indore: IMC mulling exemption of shrines from property tax

    Unable to do recovery from shrines, Indore Municipal Corporation (IMC) is planning to exempt temples, mosques and other religious places from property tax. “Most of the shrines in the city are making no or very less income, so tax recovery is not possible from them. We are planning to exempt them from property tax,” said IMC revenue department incharge Suraj Kero.

  • Indore: IMC, IDA at loggerheads over property tax dues

    Indore Municipal Corporation (IMC) and Indore Development Authority (IDA) have come face to face over issues related to property tax. While IMC has sent a letter to IDA demanding Rs 40 crore as property tax, the latter replied that IMC’s calculation is wrong.  IMC revenue department incharge Suraj Kero said they calculated property tax on various residential and commercial schemes of IDA. “The tax amounts to a whopping Rs 40.27 crore for

  • Indore: 25-storey tower to come up at Super Corridor, IDA floated tender

    Construction of the state’s maiden 25-storey building at Super Corridor received nod from the High Rise building Committee, here on Friday. The Committee gave its approval for the ambitious Rs 300 crore building project of the Indore Development Authority (IDA). A meeting of the committee was held in the IMC, which was presided over by IMC commissioner, Ashish Singh. IDA CEO Kumar Purushottam was also present in the meeting and he highlighted

  • Indore: IDA to build 6 lane-flyover at Pipliyahana, CM to lay foundation stone

    Indore: Indore Development Authority will build a six-lane flyover along ring road at Pipaliyahana square whose foundation stone will be laid by chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan on April 25. To be built at cost of Rs 36 crore, it will reduce traffic congestion around Pilpliyahana square where 1.05 lakh vehicles pass through every month.

  • Indore: Dislodgement notice served to Sayaji hotel management

    Indore: Indore Development Authority (IDA) has served notice of dislodgement to hotel Sayaji management. The notice was served on Friday last. On November 29, the IDA had cancelled lease of 27,000 square metre land to Sayaji hotel over breach of lease condition.

  • Indore: Hotels, multi-level parking, convention centre at airport

    Indore: Airport Authority of India (AAI) chairman Dr Guruprashad Mohapatra on Wednesday said that the city airport will boast of more passenger facilities, including top-of-line hotels, convention centre, multi-level parking and dedicated road to airport. He said that AAI and state agencies would prepare a comprehensive blue print of the project by November 15. All these facilities would come up on 28 acres to be provided to AAI by the district administration.

  • Indore: Nothing super about ‘Super Corridor’

    Indore: Super Corridor, the developing I-T and education of the city, is the most ambitious project for the city development authorities, including Indore Municipal Corporation and Indore Development Authority, as two major IT giants have started working there with a campus of a renowned private university on the anvil.

  • Indore: ‘85% children in India suffering from some kind of oral or dental problem’

    Indore: Indian Dental Association MP State Branch organised an awareness campaign on the occasion of Oral Hygiene Day to make people aware about dental and oral health on Tuesday. Various programmes were organised in many schools across the state in which more than 1.25 lakh students participated and learnt about tooth diseases and types of chewing. Secretary of IDA (MP), Dr Manish Verma said that a special quiz for kids and interesting

  • Iron deficiency anaemia may up hearing loss risk

    Washington : Scientists have found that iron deficiency anaemia may increase the risk of hearing loss, a finding that may open new possibilities for early identification and appropriate treatment of the condition, says PTI.

  • World Bank chief meets Modi, discusses nutrition, green power

    New Delhi: World Bank Group President Jim Yong Kim called on Prime Minister Narendra Modi today as part of the Bank’s efforts to explore ways to support government initiatives on nutrition and renewable energy.

  • Sigh of relief for Sayaji Hotel

    Indore : The Indore Development Authority (IDA) on Thursday decided to give a chance to Sayaji Hotel to present its side.

  • Indore gears up for Simhastha

    Ujjain : City of Indore has also geared up for the Simhastha Mahakumbh. Indore Development Authority (IDA) has been carrying out the development works worth Rs 30 crore under Simhastha head.

  • Appointment files of IDA employees go missing

    Indore: This news will knit eyebrows of many. Around 170 files related to the appointments of employees have gone missing from Indore Development Authority (IDA). This information came to fore when the IDA started verifying documents pertaining to the appointments of its employees following directives from Madhya Pradesh high court. “This is true that some files related to the appointments at IDA are missing from our record room. We are searching for

  • HC rejects contractor’s plea for another chance to complete Kesharbagh ROB

    Indore : Months after contract of Kesharbagh railway overbridge (ROB) was terminated by Indore Development Authority (IDA) citing unexplainable delay, Indore bench of Madhya Pradesh High Court on Monday rejected a plea by the contractor seeking another chance to complete the ROB.

  • Kesharbagh ROB: IDA to invite fresh tenders

    Indore : For completion of pending works of Kesarbagh railway over-bridge (ROB), which is under construction for the last 8 years, the Indore Development Authority (IDA) will float tenders in November.

  • IDA, IMC to construct roads of central part of the city

    Indore : Indore Municipal Corporation (IMC) and Indore Development Authority (IDA) both together took the job of the construction of several roads of the city. The fund for the work would be availed through Atal Mission for Rejuvenation and Urban Transformation (AMRUT), HUDCO or CM Road Fund. However, the hurdles of the MR-4 are also expected to be removed in the near future.

  • Congress charges IDA CEO with sycophancy, demands action

    Indore : The Madhya Pradesh Congress Committee (MPCC) on Tuesday lodged a complaint against the CEO of Indore Development Auhority (IDA) Rakesh Singh with Chief Secretary Anthony DeSa for violating the protocol by touching feet of Union Minister for Mines and Steel in a public programme.