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For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Related NewsLondon United Kingdom:Everton hired Leicester head of recruitment Steve Walsh as their new director of football on Thursday in a bid to revitalise the Premier League club’s transfer policy Walsh was one of the unsung architects of Leicester’s shock Premier League title triumph last season and Everton made him their number one choice to work with new boss Ronald Koeman at Goodison Park Steve Walsh Getty The 51-year-old is credited with recommending Leicester’s cut-price signings of Jamie Vardy N’Golo Kante and Riyad Mahrez who all proved substantial bargains as they played key roles in the team’s transformation from 5000-1 outsiders to English champions under boss Claudio Ranieri Walsh who also served a Ranieri’s joint assistant manager will start work at Everton immediately after Leicester agreed to let him leave the King Power Stadium following several days of negotiations Having previously held positions at Bury Chester and Chelsea Walsh has been lured to Everton by the promise of rebuilding the underachieving team with the help of major financial backing from new majority shareholder Farhad Moshiri “I’m proud and privileged to become director of football at such a fantastic and historic club” Walsh told Everton’s website “With a new manager and a new major shareholder it feels very much like a new era here at Everton and that potential is what is most exciting “I know the club well my roots are in the north west and my brother Mickey was an Everton player in the Bob Latchford era and always proud of that fact “I also did my initial teacher training at Liverpool Hope University many years ago I’m genuinely excited to be here at the club and very much looking forward to getting down to work” Koeman added: “It’s really good for the club to have someone in Steve who has shown his quality in his job at a number of clubs over many years That’s the experience and quality he will bring to us at a good time in the season “He has a great deal of knowledge about building for the long-term and the magnificent work he did at Leicester on top of the job he did at Chelsea makes us excited to have him here at Everton” Written by SANKET JAIN | Published: May 2 2016 1:48 am Even by modest estimates the market value of each apartment located in some of Mumbai’s prime areas suchas Parel and in South Mumbai is close to Rs 1 crore Express photo Related News Even as the state housing authority is preparing to hold another draw of low-cost houses for retrenched mill workers in Mumbai most of the mill workers who got their coveted homes in the first draw have let the houses out on rent choosing to monetise the houses instead of actually living there Moreover less than four years after the first draw of houses many of the buildings housing tenements for mill workers have run into disrepair with residents complaining of leakages and poor plastering work Former mill workers cite the high maintenance costs in the tall towers on prime Central Mumbai and South Mumbai plots lack of alternative incomes and the burden of home loans as some of the main reasons why it is more lucrative to rent them out Share This Article Related Article Virendra Kumar Singh who heads the Standard Mill Housing Society at Prabhadevi said “Nobody can run this society three years from now considering the condition it is in right now There should be an audit of the infrastructure here” Unions of the 15 lakh retrenched mill workers of Mumbai had fought hard with the state government for years to get free or subsidised houses in the city on a share of the erstwhile mill lands Even by modest estimates the market value of each apartment located in some of Mumbai’s prime areas is close to Rs 1 crore However the state government after negotiations with mill workers’ unions decided to sell them the tenements at Rs 75 lakh per unit The Maharashtra Housing and Area Development Authority (MHADA) which built the apartments and sold them to the mill workers through a draw had permitted them to rent out the homes In the first draw MHADA sold 6925 low-cost houses of 225 square feet each located across 19 defunct mill complexes of Mumbai Residents of these complexes say nearly 70-80 per cent of the houses in most of the 19 mills have been put on rent for an average sum of Rs 15000 per month Ganpat Baburao Chavan one of the few mill workers who has decided to stay in his house allotted on the erstwhile Piramal Mill complex said “We were provided with barely any facilities and the construction was also of an inferior quality leading to a high maintenance expenditure” Every family in the 24-storey building has to shell out a maintenance amount of Rs 2720 per month for the flats and for the upkeep of the highrise Similarly residents of the Sriram Mills complex have to pay a maintenance cost of Rs 3100 per month Also MHADA has marked a third of the low-cost homes built on every housing complex as transit camps for residents displaced from dilapidated cessed buildings Residents complain that transit camp residents don’t pay for maintenance which adds to the burden of mill workers Prabhakar Parab a resident of Sriram Mills said “MHADA should give these flats to mill workers instead of using them as transit tenements” The state housing authority is now preparing to conduct a second draw of low-cost homes for mill workers on May 9 It will sell 2634 affordable houses on six defunct mill estates in the city WATCH INDIAN EXPRESS VIDEOS HERE mumbainewsline@expressindiacom For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Lucknow | Published: February 22 2017 10:51 pm Uttar Pradesh Wizards will take on Kalinga Lancers while Dabang Mumbai face Delhi Waveriders in the two semi-finals Top News Uttar Pradesh Wizards made it tothe semi-finals of Hockey India League after an exciting 4-4draw with Dabang Mumbai Uttar Pradesh Wizards will take on Kalinga Lancers whileDabang Mumbai face Delhi Waveriders in the two semi-finalsslated on Saturday It was Ajay Yadav (12th min) and Ramandeep Singh (17thmin) who scored field goals for the home team while Gurjant Singh (13th min) and Manpreet Singh (19th min) restored parity It was total entertainment with the two teams matching each other’s game keeping the spectators at the Major Dhyan Chand Stadium riveted from hooter to hooter First it was Wizards’ Ajay Yadav to fetch a 2-0 leadfor the home team in the 12th minute He was assisted by theexperienced VR Raghunath who did well to find Yadav The youngster was impeccable with a powerful shot thatbeat Dabang Mumbai’s experienced goalkeeper David Harte? “I wrote it down and told myself.