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« on: October 19, 2005, 05:24:09 PM »
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CIRCULAR, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 23,2005, HINDUSTAN TIMES, NEW DELHI

PARLIAMENT OF INDIA
LOK SABHA SECRETARIAT
NEW DELHI
STANDING COMMITTEE ON URBAN DEVELOPMENT (2005-2006)
EXAMINING OF THE FUNCTIONING OF ‘ CPWD’

 The Parliamentary Standing Committee on Urban Development, headed by Mohd.Salim, MP have decided to examine the various aspects of the functioning of ‘Central Public Works Department (CPWD). As the functioning of the CPWD affects people at large, it has been decided to invite opinion/views of the public in this regard.
As such, all interested persons are requested to submit two copies of the memoranda containing their opinion/ views on the subject to Shri K. Chakraborty, Director, Lok Sabha Secretariat, Room no. 518, Parliament House Annexe, New Delhi-110001, in a sealed cover, so as to reach him on or before 19th October, 2005.The memoranda could also be faxed at no.23010756.
The memoranda, which might be submitted to the Committee on Urban Development will form part of the records of the Committee and would be treated as CONFIDENTIAL till the report is presented to the Parliament.

New Delhi,
Dated: 13th September 2005

Understanding the urgency of the deadline and the issue, that has plagued the Architectural fraternity for a very long time, Archi Design Perspective would be glad to forward your views to the Standing Committee on your behalf. Our magazine is also very keen to publish your views in our next issue. Please feel free to mail your comments/ view immediately so that we can do the needful.


 

 

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