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  • Indore: Eyeing 50K target, IMC pushes for home composting

    In order to encourage people, Mayor Malini Gaud on Monday went to Lokmanya Nagar and presented certificates to people who have set up composting units in their homes. “As part of 3R (Reduce, Reuse, Recycle) initiative, we are promoting home composting in the city. On Thursday, we felicitated as many as 500 people for setting up composting units in their houses,” the Mayor said. Accompanied by municipal officials, Gaud herself went to

  • Indore: Others to take brooms as IMC sweepers take leave today

    Indore: NGOs and other voluntary organisations, corporators, private firm employees, municipal officers and Mayor Malini Gaud would pick up brooms as nearly 6500 employees of Indore Municipal Corporation (IMC) engaged in sweeping work take one day leave for Goga Navmi on Wednesday.

  • Indore: IMC budget focuses on clean, safe Indore

    Indore: Mayor Malini Gaud on Wednesday presented Rs 4824.74-crore deficit budget for 2018-19 while laying emphasis on clean, smart, green and safe Indore. In her fourth budget, Mayor projected an expenditure of Rs 4824.73 crore against an estimated income of Rs 4765.53 crore for 2018-19. With five percent allocation for reserve fund, the total budget deficit stands at Rs 92.38 crore.

  • Indore: Industrialists pledge to fight for cleanliness, retain No.1 tag

    Indore :  In a event organised under campaign ‘Indore Remains No.1 in Cleanliness in the Country’, more than 150 industrialists of MSME units promised to contribute in keeping the city clean and make it no.1 again in cleanliness in the country again.

  • Indore: Plastic crusher machine dedicated to public

    Indore: State’s maiden plastic crusher machine, installed at Chhapan Dukaan area for disposing plastic bottles and poly bags, was dedicated to public on Wednesday.

  • Clean Indore continues to woo other cities

    Indore: Measures taken by the Indore Municipal Corporation (IMC) to make city clean, neat and hygienic continues to impress public representatives and officers from other cities and states.

  • Indore: Now, IMC discovers encroachments at Boliya Sarkar Chhatri

    Indore: Three days after encroachments in and around Gopal Mandir in Rajwada area were removed, Mayor Malini Gaud on Wednesday visited Boliya Sarkar Chhatri only to find that encroachers have not spared this monument also. She discovered that encroachers even erected a wall inside the main gate of the monument and also runs coaching classes from there.

  • Indore: Mayor hits streets to promote cleanliness

    Indore: Citizens passing through busy Palasia Square on Monday were in for a surprise to find mayor Malini Gaud stopping four-wheelers and offering car dustbins for free. The mayor in a symbolic gesture distributed about 1,200 dustbins to car drivers as a part of the cleanliness campaign being carried out by the Indore Municipal Corporation (IMC) to encourage citizens not to throw trashes outside the car while driving and thus, keep the

  • Indore: There’s many a slip between cup & lip

    Indore: After formal green signal to supply of additional 180 MLD water to the city by Union minister for urban development and panchayati raj, Narendra Singh Tomar at a grand function here on Monday, the sore fact that is bugging the administration is: Indore is not ready for the upgradation, thanks to its lack of capable infrastructure.

  • Indore: IMC budget for 2017-18 passed amid accusations and spats

    Indore: Indore Municipal Corporation (IMC) budget for 2017-18 was passed with voice vote on Wednesday without any amendments even as mayor Malini Gaud agreed to inculcate suggestions given by the ruling BJP, opposition and independent corporators. The House, however, witnessed dins several times during the six-hour debate on budget forcing speaker Ajay Singh Narooka to suspend the proceedings for lunch.

  • Indore: Cleanliness a festival for us- Mayor

    Indore: Indore municipal corporation (IMC) budget for fiscal 2017-18, was presented at Brilliant Convention Centre on Tuesday. While presenting the budget, mayor Malini Gaud launched ‘Best Within the Best Swachh Survekshan’ which will enable IMC to find out cleanest ward and areas of the city.

  • Indore: Mayor can continue as MLA too, directs HC

    Indore: In a major relief to Mayor Malini Gaud who is also an MLA from constituency Indore-4, Indore bench of Madhya Pradesh High Court on Thursday dismissed a petition alleging that she can’t continue on two posts simultaneously.

  • Ashish Rajeev Trehan wins Alto for paying property tax in Indore

    Indore: A man, who paid mere Rs 526 as advance property tax to the IMC, won an Alto car in the lucky draw.  According to Suraj Kero, in-charge of IMC’s revenue department, the lucky draw for citizens, who pay their municipal taxes in advance, was held in the IMC on Friday.

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