Wednesday, January 28, 2009

Mayor Dr. Sanjeev Naik inaugurates Construction work in corporator Ravindra Ethape’s ward

January 28, 2009,
Corporator Ravindra Ethape held the inauguration of repair work in his ward no. 81 at Nerul where former Mayor Dr. Sanjeev Naik was present as the chief guest. Corporators have started inauguration of various development projects in their respective wards, one of which was done by corporator Ravindra Ethape in his ward no. 81 at Nerul. The inauguration was done at the hands of former Mayor Dr. Sanjeev Naik.Plans comprising under this development are road widening, footpath repair, covering of gutters with FRU, repair of gutters, construction new gutters and footpaths, lane-marking of roads and others. This work was approved by the NMMC Standing Committee in December 2008. The proposal was to widen and repair the road from Navdurga Society to Safal complex in Sector 19A, Nerul. The work includes digging the road, removing debris, placing 40mm stones for repair of road, placing silt, putting stone dust on it, increasing height of main sewerage hole, placing curb stones there and constructing water NT. The work has been awarded to Swastik Infralogics for Rs. 37 Lacs 58 Thousand 027 which is 27% higher than the estimated cost. The work will be completed in a time period of 4 months.

Tuesday, January 27, 2009

Krida Mahotsav organized by Sanjeev Naik NMKS Chief; 10,000 Visitors expected.

22 January 2009
The grand sports meet, Navi Mumbai krida Mahotsav organized by the Navi Mumbai Krida Sankul(NMKS) is expected to attract more than 10,000 students this year. The event was inaugurated on Monday evening by state Deputy Chief Minister(CM) Chaggan Bhujbal, in the presence of guardian Minister Ganesh Naik and Cricketer Sandeep Patil. The Mayor of Navi Mumbai, Anjani Bhoir joined late. The meet saw a glittering start with hundreds of students displaying their prowess with lezim and other demonstrations.
The four day meet includes individual and group athletic events and team games, like kabbadi, kho-kho, Cricket, Football and volley ball. All the participants will be given participation certificates with the winners getting trophies and cash prizes.
NMKS has been organizing sports meet since 1992 and claims several participants have gone on to play at the state and national levels.
Sanjeev Naik, chief of NMKS, said, “Sports is an integral part of development of city and it is important that the students get a good platform to exhibit their prowess. NMKS has been doing just that over the years and organized several meets.”
This time we have organized this meet on a big scale to give enough opportunities to all. The level of participation indicates the talent in the city.The Closing ceremony will be on January 22 with Top sports and flim Personalities expected to attend.

Last Year: 1.Over 8,000 students participated.
2.Winning amount was Rs.4 Lakh.
3. Around 55 Schools and colleges participated.

This Year: 1. Over 10,000 Students expected.
2. Winning Amount is Rs.4 Lakh.
3. Around 150 Schools and colleges expected to participate

Monday, January 26, 2009

Mayor Sanjeev Naik gives Navi Mumbai Krida Mahotsav 2009 with “lighting start” at shivaji chowk vashi

Jan 20,2009
The Navi Mumbai Krida Sankul started the “Navi Mumbai Krida Mahotsav 2009’ in a grand ceremony at Vashi. Navi Mumbai Krida Sankul’s Navi Mumbai Krida Mahotsav started with the lighting of the torch by the youth at Vashi's Shivaji Chowk, giving the zestful start to the event. The youth then took the rally with the torch to the venue to give a lighting start to the Navi Mumbai Krida Mahotsav 2009. The procession was welcomed by Maharashtra Deputy Chief Minister Chaggan Bhujbal in the presence of Thane Guardian Minister Ganesh Naik, Navi Mumbai Krida Sankul President Dr. Sanjeev Naik, Mayor of Navi Mumbai Anjani Bhoir and Standing Committee Chairman Sandeep Naik and many other local NCP leaders. 12000 students from more than 150 schools are participating in this sports event. At the beginning, students of all the schools saluted the guests and then gave a presentation of their talents in front of the Dy. Chief Minister Chaggan Bhujbal and others. In their introductory speeches, Thane Guardian Minister Ganesh Naik and former Mayor Dr. Sanjeev Naik spoke about the festival. Deputy Chief Minister Chagan Bhujbal said that Navi Mumbai was a better place than Mumbai – one reason for this is the proper planning of CIDCO that makes playgrounds available to the youth, which in turn encourages sports within the youth.He also shared with the audience the different kind of grants and schemes that the Maharashtra State offers to budding sports stars and seeing the impressive display of the youth at the Navi Mumbai Krida Mahotsav encouraged Thane Guardian Minister Ganesh Naik to mobilize maximum funds provided by the State Government into Navi Mumbai.Under President Dr. Sanjeev Naik’s headship, Navi Mumbai Krida Sankul’s Sports Festival has become a platform for not just students of private schools but even municipal schools to exhibit their sports talents and get the right opportunity to better their sporting traits playing against competent teams. The festival’s success year after year is helping the Navi Mumbai Krida Sankul and the people behind it to win the hearts of the young budding sports stars of Navi Mumbai.

Monday, January 5, 2009

RTO Commences ITS 20TH Road Safety Week in Navi Mumbai with Dr.Sanjeev Naik

January 1, 2009,
With the rising of the New Year, road safety week is being held in the entire country. The inauguration of the campaign in Navi Mumbai was done by the Regional Transport Office of Navi Mumbai at the Central Facilities building of RTO.
At the inauguration ceremony, were present Navi Mumbai Mayor Anjani Bhoir, first Mayor of Navi Mumbai Dr. Sanjeev Naik, NMMT Transport Manager Jitendra Papalkar, RTO Officer Bharat Kalashkar and others. The ceremony began with a street play, conveying message to the auto rickshaw drivers about taking care of safety measures as well as improving their behavior with the passengers. Normally Road safety week is held for a week, but Navi Mumbai RTO has planned to carry out this awareness campaign for the entire month. Informed Deputy RTO officer Bharat Kalaskar, that the drive is to educate the young citizens about the safety measures that are to be followed. According to him, out of the accidents taking place in the country, 35% to 40% are the youngsters killed in the accidents.
We also spoke to Anjani Bhoir who expressed her views about the importance of the campaign. Former Mayor Dr. Sanjeev Naik too stressed more on the usage of helmet and seat belts at the time of driving vehicles. He also informed us about installing CNG stations in various nodes of the city to control pollution due to vehicles. NMMT Transport Manager Jitendra Papalkar also informed about starting an educational programme for the NMMT bus drivers. The ceremony ended with a car rally that emphasized on usage of helmets and seat belts. As a part of the campaign, a rally will be held on 26th Janaury, named Save Young India, for educating the youngsters about the safety measures.