Gurugram: Vinay Singh who was earlier the commissioner of Hissar division has now been entrusted with the responsibility of being the of new Municipal Corporation of Gurugram ( MCG) commissioner. Singh is the officer from IAS (2003) Haryana cadre.Besides being the MCG commissioner, Singh is also holding the responsibility of being the secretary of Haryana government’s forest department. He has earlier served as the deputy commissioner of Sonepat. Co-incidentally he was transferred to the senior post of commissioner in Hissar only in February this year. Also Read – Minor boy found hanging from tree in Jasola areaIn his new role of being an MCG commissioner Singh will have to tackle challenges of increasing the revenue of the municipal body along with improving the cleanliness levels of Gurugram. The Municipal Corporation of Gurugram (MCG) that was formed in 2008 has quickly emerged as the richest municipal body of the state. Despite its huge budget however, the civic body has not been able to tackle major challenges like bad quality of internal roads, poor waste segregation system and water woes that continue to irk the citizens. Even as MCG now have begun to take stringent action against property tax defaulters, challenges now remain of expanding the base of taxpayers. There have been various charges of corruption that have been levelled at MCG especially on the issue of not penalising the residential properties that operate as illegal guesthouses and commercial complexes. Environmentalists have criticised the MCG officials of not finding a solution to effectively recycle the waste at Bandhwari landfill site where 1,200 tonnes of waste from Gurugram and Faridabad is dumped daily.
← Previous Story The end of season for Rene Toft Hansen Next Story → NEW GENERATION: Lasse Andersson to FC Barcelona Lassa andreas wolffBenjamin BurićHSG WetzlarTHW Kiel German NT goalkeeper from HSG Wetzlar, Andreas Wolff, will change his t-shirt for the most wanted one in handball world – THW Kiel! The 24-years old goalie will join “Zebras” in summer 2016, one year before the scheduled start of 2017/2018 season. Wolff, who is on the Dagur Sigurdssson list for the upcoming Men’s EHF EURO 2016 in Poland, signed three-years deal with the reigning champions from the Baltic.He began proffesional career in legendary club – Grosswalstadt, after which he moved to Wetzlar in 2013.His replacement in HSG Wetzlar will be Bosnian No.1 – Benjamin Burić. The 25-years guy from Maglaj playing his third season at RK Gorenje Velenje. Burić, with his twin brother Senjamin, began career in born city of Maglaj, than, moved together to Izviđač Ljubuški, RK Borac Banja Luka and Slovenian Gorenje. Who know, maybe line-player Senjamin also join German team to keep family tradition.Burić signed two years deal with the Germans. He had international NT debut at World Championship 2015 in Qatar.PHOTO:Bildquelle: MediaShots | Marco Kessler