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Mysore City Corporation vehicles to run on biodieselPanchabuta | Panchabuta
MCC Commissioner M.R. Ravi was present.
told The Hindu that the MCC
had in its fleet nearly 300 vehicles.
In the first phase, a few vehicles would run on biodiesel and the MCC
was ready to buy biodiesel from the centre for its entire fleet.
"However, in accordance with the production capacity of the plant, we will run only a few vehicles on biodiesel and expand the programme in phases," he
Observing that MCC
was one of the few institutions adopting eco-friendly fuel to run its vehicles, Mr. Ravi
will try its best to adopt measures towards protecting and preserving environment."
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Dr. M.R. Ravi, The commissioner, Mysore City Corporation, Mysore, was the chief guest for this grand occasion.
Mysore, Oct. 6- Making Mysore ...
Mysore, Oct. 6- Making Mysore a clean and green city is the objective of Mysore City Corporation (MCC), said MCC Commissioner Dr. M.R. Ravi.
was speaking at an interaction organised by the Mysore Chamber of Commerce and Industry
(MCCI) at Hotel Pai Vista in city recently, during which he
blamed the ineffective implementation of development projects in city for its haphazard growth and assured to rid the citizens of civic problems like bad roads, inadequate power supply, inadequate water supply, overflowing sewage drains, etc.
"A small rain can paralyse normal life in city as water gets clogged.
Rs. 120 crore loan had been availed from the Asian Development Bank
, but to no avail," he
rued and suggested for a comprehensive development plan for the city, in keeping with its culture and heritage.
MCC Commissioner Dr. ...
MCC Commissioner Dr. M.R. Ravi told Star of Mysore this morning that on checking, it was found that the MCC had not given any permission for a bus shelter at the spot and hence, there was no question of shifting it to a different location.
, who had been out of station for two days and returned to Mysore
only last night, upon noticing the news report in Star of Mysore
, is said to have immediately discussed the matter with his
sub-ordinates and directed them to submit a report.
further told SOM that all such 'unauthorised' and 'unscientifically' built bus shelters in city will be demolished and steps will be taken to ensure that such structures are built in compatibility with the surroundings.
Briefing the press at his ...
Briefing the press at his office here today, MCC Commissioner Dr. M.R. Ravi said, "As of now the city has 388 Parks, 319 of which are being maintained by MCC and the rest by a few private organisations, the unkeep of which are not that satisfactory.
To overcome the problem and maintain the Parks in an aesthetically good shape, it has been decided to invite public participation on contracted agreement."
Elaborating further, Dr. Ravi
said "The contracted agreement will be valid for 11 months with the needed staff and fertiliser for the plants provided by MCC
The invitation is also open for NGOs and other institutions.
Some of the organisations which have been not maintaining the assigned parks satisfactorily will be stripped off the responsibility and handed over to deserving ones."
Referring to Kuppanna Park, Dr. Ravi
said that the park would be developed fully to host flower shows with regular band music programmes.
added that the existing fountains at the park would be further improved.