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Old 21st April, 2010, 05:59 AM
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Good reporting by Indian Express

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http://expressbuzz.com/states/orissa...st/166718.html
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Old 21st April, 2010, 09:16 AM
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Against cutting each Tree , there need to be at least 10 plantation with lots of care , so that it can grow well. This way the compensation can be made. Without this it is painful situation. Because of this only, Rourkela is boiling since last 3-4 years.

Same is happening to rest of Odisha and India as well. Plantation and safety of the environment should no way be under-estimated and ignored when we talk of development. In fact, plantation and care for the environment is also part of development.
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Old 21st April, 2010, 11:50 AM
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Dear Sir;
I fully agree with your point,development should be there but not at the cost of environment.But if we think of the ongoing project it was very much essential taking into consideration the condition of traffic and road safety.On the other hand being a lover of environment it hurts me when I saw these large trees axed down.There should be massive afforestation to compensate this loss.But when we talk of afforestation one thing we did not take care i.e. the post plantation care and protection of the saplings.We generally see most of the saplings get damaged due to lack of protection and care.This happens in the case of Sector area also.The plantation area usually falls prey to unauthorized occupants,slum dwellers and fire wood collectors and stray cattles. Hence proper care of the saplings are very much essential.
Another good suggestion would be the mandatory provision for necessary plantation before passing the permission for any private or public residential project.
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Here is another analysis of the same situation but more descriptive.

http://www.rourkelacity.com/featured...r-devastation/
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Greater Rourkela is number 14 in list of most development city and bbsr is number 124. Govt. should learn something from this. Only setup lot of education institutes in particular location that does not mean that the city will come in Number 1.
http://www.thesamaja.com/news_view.php?news_id=4647

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Good posting Mihir.
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thnx Mihir for ur info

So it has been proved that Rourkela has no match


Chandigarh is the cleanest city in India with regards to sanitation while the state capital Bhubaneswar is 124th


And Rourkela Steel Township is ranked 14th !!

But what is a matter of concern that Rourkela Municipality has been ranked as 133,hence lot of improvement needs to be done here
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Proud to be from Rourkela..

http://www.orissatv.com/NewsDetail.asp?newsId=NS21773
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Padmanava College Of Engineering is started own building construction at Sector -9
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