Karnataka

M'lore: DC warns erring builders of licence cancellation

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  • DC WARNS, Mangaluru

    Sat, Jun 8 2013

    Please stop this high dramas.So far how many warnings over? could the administration took any action?if you are really interested to take action please take .stop this nonsense statements

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Mapusa

    Fri, Jun 7 2013

    What about the big Mosquitoes....

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  • Umesh Salian, Uppala / Dubai

    Fri, Jun 7 2013

    Welldone Prakash..... keep it moving we need some real PRAKASHA...doctrine to make the city construction site more healthy for the workers... keep it up... come what may...

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  • Naveen, Mangalore

    Fri, Jun 7 2013

    Ask builders to put all basic infrastructure in place before granting license/permission...No use of issuing statements for the media and general public... Need to see the action....

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  • G R PRABHUJI, BEJAI

    Fri, Jun 7 2013

    What is the use of warning?Why the administration was sleeping when the building construction work was going on?Check the infrastructure of the workers condition first ,then allow them to start the work.

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  • juliet mascarenhas, bejai mangalore

    Fri, Jun 7 2013

    Best solution for a healthy atmosphere. Action speaks louder than voice.Good luck.

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  • William Rodrigues, Milagres, Mangalore

    Fri, Jun 7 2013

    This is the step should have been taken a long time ago. It is better to be late than never. Even in the heart of city..laborers are taking bath under the open sky in the construction site. Their children desiccating the place beyond imagination. Please stop this Sir. We want "Clean Mangalore". All the best of luck..

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