Improving Delhi's Disaster Readiness
As most of you may have read, 80% of Delhi's buildings are prone to Earthquake damages.
With this post we would like to seek you inputs on what needs to be done to make Delhi better prepared for Disasters.
Kindly consider all kinds of disasters like Earthquakes, Stampedes, Fire, Terror Attacks, Train Accidents etc,
We will then compile your inputs and present to the the Chief Minister and his Leadership team for review and actions.
We look forward to your participation! more
it is a hidden agenda by the doctor and the hospital that a doctor should give pathology 1.5 lacs referrals a month. and in some hospitals, it is higher than this. no effective mechanism can be put forth on this to curb this practice. a third party office should be set up in each hospital , one rwa member doctor, one govt employee, one hospital employee ( should work like team) and each referral to a path by the doctor should be approved by them. john panicker, saket, new delhi more
GOVT of the day is not OWNERS of the COUNTRY....GOVT of the day is to serve the CITIZENS of the COUNTRY....That's what they are meant for...... more
I fail to understand when huge funds (TAXES) are being collected under different heads, why the GOVT are not doing their JOB to give it back to the SOCIETY which is the PRIMARY job of every GOVT. more
More than the participation of public, it is government who is responsible to have fully equipped departments backed up with fully trained manpower ...... more
Use your Green Fund, settle with Punjab on crop burning. Take things (however small) one at a time, you will reach the end. more