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September-2017 News & Updates from the City of Ulhasnagar/Sindhunagar, Maharashtra, India. Ulhasnagar City News indexed across timeline for easy retrieval.

2017-09-19????????????? ???????? ?????????????? ????? ??????? ???? - Loksatta
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2017-09-19Pradeep Sharma: Facts to know about encounter cop who arrested Dawood's brother Iqbal Kaskar - Free Press Journal
Pradeep Sharma: Facts to know about encounter cop who arrested Dawood’s brother Iqbal Kaskar Pradeep Sharma: Facts to know about encounter cop who arrested Dawood’s brother Iqbal Kaskar — By Priyanka Vartak | Sep 19, 2017 02:02 pm FOLLOW US: The Thane Police anti-extortion cell led by former encounter specialist Pradeep Sharma yesterday arrested Iqbal Kaskar, the younger brother of underworld don Dawood Ibrahim in an extortion case. Kaskar was taken for questioning on Monday evening from his Mumbai residence along with two others and was arrested later. Former encounter specialist Pradeep Sharma who just took charge of the Thane AEC earlier this month led Kaskar’s arrest. According to sources, Kaskar was arrested on a complaint filed by a builder. The builder has alleged that Kaskar had already taken four flats from him and has been demanding more flats. Acting on the complaint, a team headed by Sharma raided Gordon Hall apartment in Nagpada in South Mumbai. According to reports, Kaskar was under police scrutiny for some time after his name surfaced in the investigation of an extortion case filed by the builder. Police said that Kaskar had been threatening builders on behalf of Dawood Ibrahim and was demanding huge extortion money as a cut for his brother. Many of these builders who are from Thane, Ulhasnagar, Dombivli had allegedly paid huge sums of extortion money to Kaskar. In fact, one builder who had suffered significant losses during the demonetization and was under debt had filed the complaint against Kaskar. Sharma has 113 encounters to his credit and was previously posted with the Mumbai Police. Sharma was unceremoniously ousted from the police force as he was allegedly in touch with the underworld, and after his name cropped up in the 2006 Lakhan Bhaiyya fake encounter case. Later, in 2010, Sharma was arrested for his involvement in the case but was acquitted of all charges by a Mumbai court in July 2013. Since then, he has wanted to be reinstated. Sharma who has inspired Bollywood movies like ‘Ab Tak Chhappan’ challenged his dismissal before the Maharashtra Administrative Tribunal (MAT) which ruled in his favour in 2009. Meanwhile, in 2013, the trial court acquitted him for want of evidence. Share this Post: « Previous Article Army had no role in Nawaz Sharif's ouster, says Pakistan Army chief Next Article » In Pictures: Akshay Kumar visits the Golden Temple; calls it a ‘surreal’ experience Tagged with: dawood ibrahim dawood ibrahim siblings Daya Nayak Encounter Specialist Cop Pradeep Sharma Iqbal Kaskar Iqbal Kaskar extortion Maharashtra Administrative Tribunal mumbai police Pradeep Shama encounters Pradeep Sharma Pradeep Sharma latest news underworld don Dawood Ibrahim JUST ARRIVED Arun Jaitley chairs high-level meeting on economy Does Bipasha Basu called John Abraham an assh*le? Gauri Lankesh’s killing: SIT questions gangster-turned-scribe Maha’s loan waiver scheme to be implemented from Oct 15: Minister Pandurang Fundkar ‘Honest’ thieves return booty with a piece of advice EDITOR’S PICKSpeaker disqualifies 18 MLAs in AIADMK rowThe power struggle within the AIADMK has taken a new turn with the Tamil Nadu assembly Speaker P. Dhanapal disqualifying… India must fully dump wayward N KoreaThe reported US advice to India to cut down ties with North Korea following that country’s missile tests which hold… Rohingya crisis and Suu Kyi’s baffling silenceIn an address to the UN human rights council in Geneva two weeks ago, Zeid Ra’ad Al Hussein, the top… Modi govt’s focus on making life betterIt is only in recent times that a change has been detected. Arguably, Narendra Modi was the first politician who… In a blind alley on forces behind murdersThe bloody murder of journalist –activist Gauri Lankesh in Bengaluru recently has confounded the police in quite the same way… Home About Us Authors Careers Disclaimer Privacy Policy Contact Us Advertise with us Archive RSS © Copyright Indian National Press (Bombay) Private Limited 2017. All Rights Reserved.
Pradeep Sharma: Facts to know about encounter cop who arrested Dawood
2017-09-19How Iqbal Kaskar ran brother Dawood Ibrahim's real estate business in Mumbai - Oneindia
How Iqbal Kaskar ran brother Dawood Ibrahim's real estate business in Mumbai Written By: Vicky Nanjappa Published: Tuesday, September 19, 2017, 6:11 [IST] Investigations that led up to the arrest of Iqbal Kaskar, brother of underworld don, Dawood Ibrahim revealed that he was involved in the extortion of huge sums of money. The Thane Anti-Extortion Cell picked up Kaskar from his residence in Mumbai. The arrest was led by former encounter specialist Pradeep Sharma who took charge of the AEC this month.Police sources say that one builder who had suffered huge losses since demonetisation had filed the complaint. The source said that Kaskar and his men continued to harass him for money. Fed up, the builder lodged a complaint with the Thane police. During the investigation it was revealed that Kaskar was running an extortion racket on behalf of his brother and had targeted builders from Thane, Ulhasnagar and Dombivili. It was further revealed that Kaskar and his men were also threatening the builders. The complainant approached the Thane police commissioner, Parambir Singh. The case was then handed over to the AEC. Police sources say that Kaskar who was deported from United Arab Emirates in 2003 was running his brother Dawood's real estate business in an around Mumbai. This is not the first time that Kaskar has had a brush with the law. He had been arrested in connection with an extortion case in 2015 and was later granted bail. He was also accused of playing a role in the Sara Sahara case in which a building had come illegally on a government land. He was however acquitted in the case in 2007. Police sources said that they would be producing him before the court today and are also likely to book him under the Maharashtra Control of Organised Crime Act (MCOCA).
How Iqbal Kaskar ran brother Dawood Ibrahim
2017-09-18Dawood Ibrahim's brother Iqbal Kaskar arrested in extortion case - Times of India
Dawood Ibrahim's brother Iqbal Kaskar arrested in extortion case Ahmed Ali | TNN | Updated: Sep 19, 2017, 13:31 IST NEW DELHI: Iqbal Kaskar, brother of underworld don Dawood Ibrahim, was arrested on charges of extortion on Monday. Thane Anti-Extortion Cell picked up Kaskar from his Mumbai residence. Former encounter specialist Pradeep Sharma who just took charge of the Thane AEC earlier this month led Kaskar's arrest. Sources said a police team had been keeping tabs on Kaskar since his name cropped up in the investigation. A senior police official said that Kaskar is not alone as two more names of builders from Thane and Mumbra had cropped up in connection to the case. One builder who is under the radar was arrested in an alleged abetment to suicide case two years ago. Read this story in Gujarati Police said that Kaskar had been threatening builders on behalf of Dawood Ibrahim and was demanding huge extortion money as a cut for his brother. Many of these builders who are from Thane, Ulhasnagar, Dombivli had allegedly paid huge sums of extortion money to Kaskar. In fact, one builder who had suffered significant losses during the demonetisation and was under debt, had filed the complaint against Kaskar. "Beside the complaint there are conversation where Kaskar and his accomplice are heard threatening builders and demanding money. We will be producing him before the court on Tuesday,'' said a source on condition of anonymity.Sources said the complainant was tired of Kaskar's threats and approached Thane police commissioner Parambir Singh, who after studying the complaint and evidence directed Pradeep Sharma to go ahead with the investigation. There are also reports that Kaskar is likely to be booked under the Maharashtra Control of Organised Crime Act (MCOCA).This isn't Kaskar's first brush with the law. He was arrested in an extortion acase in February 2015 and granted bail. A real estate agent, Mohammed Salim Shaikh, had filed a complaint acsusing Kaskar and his men of assaulting him and demanding Rs 3 lakh. Kaskar, who is Dawood's youngest brother, was wanted in a murder case. He was also alleged to have played a role in the controversial Sara Sahara case where a building came up illegally on government land, but a court acquitted him in both the cases in 2007. Click here to watch the video
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2017-09-17?????????? ????????? ???????? - Maharashtra Times
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2017-09-16Beware! People who poop in public will have their photo on a poster or billboard - Mid-Day
Beware! People who poop in public will have their photo on a poster or billboard By Santosh Wagh | Mumbai | Posted 16-Sep-2017 The Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation (UMC) won't take crap from those continuing to defecate in the open despite numerous public loos. Civic chief Rajendra Nimbalkar has now decided to name and shame these offenders - by turning them into 'poster boys' for open defecation. How? Through dedicated squads, who would click photos of those defecating in the open, which will then be displayed on posters and billboards all over Ulhasnagar. Speaking to mid-day, Nimbalkar confirmed the move. Over the upcoming fortnight, when UMC would be observing a 'Swachhata Abhiyan' (cleanliness campaign), the squads would begin patrolling the city and clicking photos of the poop offenders. Last forever "We have repaired many defunct public toilets and provided mobile toilets, but still there are people who defecate in the open and hence, we have decided to impose this new plan. This move will not be just restricted till the Swachhata Abhiyan fortnight, but will be continued forever," Nimbalkar said. The open defecation issue was discussed on Thursday in a corporation meeting. "UMC's multiple dedicated squads would be placed at places which are hot favourites of people for defecating in open. The squad members will take their pictures and it will be flashed all over city on banners. They will start with areas like Shanti Nagar, Ulhasnagar railway station, Bharat Nagar, Songyachi Wadi and Mharal village near the dumping ground," said assistant municipal commissioner Vinod Keni.The UMC chief has made several moves in the past to tackle the menace of open defecation, starting with personally visiting places where maximum open defecation cases were reported. He also increased manpower in his 'Good Morning Squads' that work as vigilance teams. Nimbalkar had also given instructions to his men to deal with such people with zero tolerance, fine them and if required, register an FIR against them. But, there are still a sizable number of people who defecate in the open during late night and early morning hours, mainly at VTC ground and on the sides of Valdhuni River. However, top civic officials believe that the move will surely yield results and create much-needed awareness.
Beware! People who poop in public will have their photo on a poster or billboard - Mid-Day
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2017-09-14College Shifted from Worli to Ulhasnagar - Times of India
College Shifted from Worli to Ulhasnagar Sep 14, 2017, 06:16 IST The Supreme Court recently ordered a Worli based college to shift it's campus from Worli to Ulhasnagar within the CHM Campus. This order resulted in many students suffering highly due to the hectic traveling. Also, this decision will inevitably have a negative effect on the students academically. Recent developments showed light on the fact that legally, the students who have already been admitted in the Worli campus should not be shifted to ulhasnagar. Only the newly admitted students must start from the Ulhasnagar campus. The students along with parents have been trying to make their voice heard in the DTE, but all of them are a subject to the typical Indian Government Shuttling game, being asked to move from one office to another.
College Shifted from Worli to Ulhasnagar - Times of India
2017-09-13Two women held at Delhi airport for smuggling 2 kgs of gold by hiding in rectum - The New Indian Express
Two women held at Delhi airport for smuggling 2 kgs of gold by hiding in rectum By PTI | Published: 13th September 2017 03:38 PM | Last Updated: 13th September 2017 03:38 PM NEW DELHI: Two women have been arrested by the customs department at Indira Gandhi International Airport (IGIA) in Delhi for allegedly trying to smuggle more than two kilogrammes of gold into India by hiding it in their rectum. Besides them, two men have also been arrested for their involvement in the smuggling. The accused persons had adopted a unique modus operandi. Both the men from Ulhasnagar in Mumbai had travelled to Bangkok to get the gold from one of their contacts there. From Bangkok one of them came to Trivandrum and another landed in Chennai via Mauritius, a customs department official said. The accused men boarded separate flights to Delhi with the women accomplices. The gold was handed over to the women in their respective flights to Delhi from Trivandrum and Chennai. The women then concealed 1.2 kg gold each inside their rectum in the toilet of the plane, the official claimed. They were intercepted at the Delhi airport by the customs officials yesterday. "On detailed examination of their baggage and personal search, 12 cut pieces of gold weighing 2.4 kgs having market value of Rs 71.64 lakh were recovered from the rectums of both the female passengers (1.2 kg from each passenger) who were travelling as domestic passengers," a customs department statement said. The gold was seized and all the four passengers were arrested, it said.
Two women held at Delhi airport for smuggling 2 kgs of gold by hiding in rectum - The New Indian Express
2017-09-13Four nabbed for smuggling gold at IGIA - The Pioneer - Daily Pioneer
FOUR NABBED FOR SMUGGLING GOLD AT IGIA Thursday, 14 September 2017 | Staff Reporter | New Delhi The customs department at the Indira Gandhi International Airport (IGIA) in the national Capital arrested two women for allegedly trying to smuggle more than two kilogrammes of gold into India by hiding it in their rectum. Besides them, two men have also been arrested for their involvement in the smuggling. The accused persons had adopted a unique modus operandi. Both the men from Ulhasnagar in Mumbai had travelled to Bangkok to get the gold from one of their contacts there. From Bangkok, one of them came to Trivandrum and another landed in Chennai via Mauritius, a customs department official said. The accused men boarded separate flights to Delhi with the women accomplices. The gold was handed over to the women in their respective flights to Delhi from Trivandrum and Chennai. The women then concealed 1.2 kg gold each inside their rectum in the toilet of the plane, the official claimed. They were intercepted at the Delhi airport by the customs officials on Tuesday. "On detailed examination of their baggage and personal search, 12 cut pieces of gold weighing 2.4 kgs having market value of Rs 71.64 lakh were recovered from the rectums of both the female passengers (1.2 kg from each passenger) who were travelling as domestic passengers," a customs department statement said. The gold was seized and all the four passengers were arrested, it said.
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2017-09-12KDMC buys power sweeper machines - The Hindu
KDMC buys power sweeper machines MUMBAI, SEPTEMBER 12, 2017 00:00 IST UPDATED: SEPTEMBER 12, 2017 04:26 IST The Kalyan Dombivali Municipal Corporation (KDMC) has procured two power sweeper machines at a cost of Rs. 3.5 crore on a seven-year contract for cleaning the 32.8-km roads within its jurisdiction. Concretisation of Birla College road and Manapada road along with eight other roads, which are being done to mark the golden jubilee of Maharashtra, has reached the last phase. The work had started in 2012. The machines owned by Krystal Enterprises were selected via tendering. The per shift cost of operating this machine will be around Rs. 14,000 and will require a workforce of six people per machine. Meanwhile, the corporation’s decision to outsource the machines, which costs Rs. 90 lakh each, at a higher price has irked activists. “These machines come with their own set of conditions. The most important one is that the roads must be without potholes and going by the current condition in Kalyan and Dombivali, it is not hard to say that the money put in the machines is not invested, but wasted,” said Rajendra Rahalkar, an activist. Prasad Thakur, PRO, KDMC, said the machines shall be utilised for keeping the city clean at a reasonable rate, while buying them would have invited miscellaneous expenses. “In fact, a study was conducted before taking the decision. The same company operating the machines has helped the Navi Mumbai civic body.” Locals, however, find it hard to believe. “The KDMC needs to understand that the machines worked in other places owing to their road conditions,” said Rajesh Kadam, local vice-president of the Maharashtra Navnirman Sena. The same power sweepers were put in action to clean Ulhasnagar by the corporation. However, due to the poor road condition, residents were disappointed. “Now the machines are not even taken out on the road. The corporation is just getting billed for parking these machines. Even when the machines were used initially, they did nothing but make strange noise in middle of the night,” said Srinivas Ghanekar, another activist.
KDMC buys power sweeper machines - The Hindu
2017-09-10Maha mulls for direct election of mayor - Press Trust of India
Maha mulls for direct election of mayor Mumbai, Sep 10 (PTI) The Maharashtra government is mulling to hold direct elections for the mayor's post in the corporations that fall under the C and D category, Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis has said. The CM said recently, polls to gram panchayat and municipal council were made direct, while there has been a similar demand to hold the mayoral polls. "There is a demand for direct election (of mayors). We recently made the Gram panchayat and municipal council elections direct. The problem with municipal corporations is that, 90 per cent of elections are over and it will now be held only after five years," Fadnavis said. He was speaking after inaugurating a two-day All India Mayors' Council, organised by Aurangabad municipal corporation yesterday in Aurangabad. "We just have 2-4 municipal corporation polls pending," he said, adding, another constraint is that since cities are very big in the state, experimenting becomes difficult. "But, we will definitely think about holding direct mayoral elections for small cities, whose civic bodies fall in the C and D category," the CM said. Out of the 25 municipal corporations in Maharashtra, 21 fall under categories C and D. Mumbai municipal corporation falls under the 'A+' category, Nagpur and Pune municipal corporations come under 'A' category. The 'B' category comprises Thane and Pimpri-Chinchwad municipal corporations. Municipal corporations that fall under C and D categories are -- Navi Mumbai, Kalyan-Dombivali, Vasai-Virar, Mira Bhayander, Ulhasnagar, Bhiwandi-Nizampur, Solapur, Kolhapur, Sangli-Miraj-Kupwad, Amravati, Ahmednagar, Akola, Jalgaon, Nanded, Malegaon, Aurangabad, Latur, Chandrapur, Parbhani, Panvel. In May 2016, the BJP-led state government revived a system of direct election of municipal council presidents. Notably, it had reaped dividends in the municipal council polls held during the November-December-January period. The government, earlier this year approved a proposal for direct election of village sarpanch, by amending the Maharashtra Gram Panchayat Act of 1958.
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2017-09-08Another arrest in Ambernath rape and killing case - India Today
Another arrest in Ambernath rape and killing casePTI  Follow @PTI_News   pti@intoday.com September 8, 2017 | UPDATED 23:10 IST A +A -Thane, Sep 8 (PTI) The Thane police today arrested a third person in connection with rape and killing of a young woman from Nagpur, daughter of a police official. Nilesh Khobragade (25) had driven the car when the accused took the victims body to Kolhapur and dumped it, Shivaji Nagar police in Ambernath in Thane district said. Khobragade and two others were produced before Ulhasnagar magistrate today, who remanded them in police custody till September 16. Niklesh Patil (24, from Nagpur) and Akshay Walode (25, from Ambernath), had been arrested by Ratnagiri police on September 6 in the case. The incident had taken place on September 4. According to the police, the woman, who was doing internship in a company in Mumbai, was returning from Pune with Patil. On the way back, they decided to stay at Walodes house in Ambernath, where she was raped and strangled to death. Patil, Walode and Khobragade then drove to Kolhapur with the body and dumped it. PTI CORR KRK  This is unedited, unformatted feed from the Press Trust of India wire.     Suggested StoriesRecommendedWatch Right NowTop TakesNEWSINDIAWORLDPHOTOSCRICKETMOVIESAUTOSPORTSLIFESTYLETECHEDUCATIONBUSINESSSITEMAPCopyright © 2017 Living Media India Limited. For reprint rights: Syndications Today.       
2017-09-08Third accused held in Nagpur cop's daughter's gangrape-murder case - NYOOOZ
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2017-09-04Once stopovers and vacation spots see rise in demand for first homes - Hindustan Times
Once stopovers and vacation spots see rise in demand for first homes With posh amenities and commercial hubs nearby, mid-segment and even luxury homes are in demand in areas such as Vasind, Neral, Ambernath. real estate Updated: Sep 04, 2017 18:45 IST Lavina Mulchandani Hindustan Times Two years ago, when Rajesh Pai, a marketing manager from Andheri, was looking to buy a home closer to his workplace in Powai, he found himself considering the eastern industrial suburb of Kanjurmarg. It wasn’t a popular residential option. But the neighbourhood was green. It was well connected to the northern side of the city. And fast-climbing prices were an indication that people were cashing in on these charms.“Prices are much higher now, glad I got a piece of this pie,” says Pai. “The locality is close to IIT-Bombay, Seepz, Bhandup and Powai. There are premium towers around the locality that is the starting point of Jogeshwari-Vikhroli Link Road.”Over the last decade, skylines of once industrial and verdant suburbs have transformed into plush locations with large gated communities for middle-class consumers. Vacation spots or stopovers like Karjat (home to resorts and health spas), Neral (connecting Mumbai to Matheran), and Vasind (between Kalyan and Kasara) are attracting homeowners. Industrial suburbs like Boisar (north of Virar), Diva (following Mumbra on the central line), Nahur (between Bhandup and Mulund) and Ambernath (beyond Ulhasnagar) are now becoming attractive options to stay or invest in.Going through the roofSpread your net far and wide while looking for homes in the city, suggests Rushabh Vora, co-founder and director of SILA, a real estate services company. “Developers offering mid-segment and even luxury homes are flocking in the localities that previously housed warehouses and tourist spots, the demand for homes in Kanjur Marg and Boisar is pretty upbeat.”Nahur has had a curious transformation. “It had huge tracts of unused land,” says Girish Shah, director of Wadhwa group, which has a project in Nahur. “A major part of it housed one of the biggest container yards in Mumbai until a decade ago.” But a railway station was established in 2006, opening the zone up to development. Developers quickly realised its value – it was easily accessible from the Eastern Express Highway, connected to Navi Mumbai via Airoli and to the western suburbs via Goregaon-Mulund Link Road. “Several developers have set up their projects here, leading to significant infrastructure development around the area, there are now fine dine restaurants and schools” says Shah.Lal Bahadur Shastri Marg, which cuts through Sion, Ghatkopar and Thane, used to mostly have long distance trucks and picnic buses. It is now the area’s lifeline. “It is a destination of many offices, retail and residential developments,” says Anuj Puri, chairman of Anarock Property Consultants. “Job creation is the driver of the residential market here, there are several corporates and engineering companies along the road.”Going placesMumbaiites largely knew of Boisar, north of Virar on the Western Railway line, as a stopover to Tarapur, which houses an atomic power station or a connection zone to get to Gujarat. “But in the past few years, Boisar has seen a lot of economic activity, resulting in a significant amount of job creation and a strong demand for housing,” says Sriram Mahadevan, business head at Happinest. The affordable housing arm of Mahindra Lifespace Developers has a project in Boisar. “Today, the town is a gateway to Maharashtra Industrial Development Corporation (MIDC) and is among the most affordable places near Mumbai.”In areas such as Vasind, Boisar, and Ambernath, development of infrastructure has fuelled the demand for residences, says Samantak Das, chief economist and national director-Research, Knight Frank India. Their findings between January and June 2017 [see box] indicate that Mumbai’s peripheral central suburbs including Ambernath and Vasind accounted for 45% of the total sales in the Mumbai Metropolitan Region. “There was also a 170% hike in the number of launches in peripheral western suburbs Boisar and Vasai,” observes Das.Life in a transit zoneThe homes might be affordable, but living in a new far-flung suburb comes with challenges. Kanchan Ahuja, 26, works as an interior designer in Lower Parel and lives in Boisar. “Commuting to work is always an issue since the frequency of trains coming from Dahanu is very low, there is one train every hour or more,” she says. “But since I have moved here in 2010, I have seen the locality transform for better, upper middle-class people with jobs in Tarapur, Virar and Churchgate live in the neighbourhood and businesses from Gujarat have offices here.”Vasind, best known for its picnic spots and the spot where the Bhatsa dam flows, is now the new home address for Ramesh Siddique, 30, a businessman from Byculla. His brother, Paresh, moved there from Mulund as well. “Paresh works at JSW Steel, a company that has a factory there,” says Siddique. “It is a good deal. He does not have to stay on rent anymore as he could easily afford a home there. 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2017-09-03Activists enter shaky building to rescue strays - Times of India
Activists enter shaky building to rescue strays Pradeep Gupta | TNN | Sep 3, 2017, 07:37 IST ULHASNAGAR: Two activists risked their lives on Saturday evening to rescue four strays, including three puppies, which were stuck inside a partially-collapsed building for the last three days in Ulhasnagar. The building was declared dangerous and sea led by civic officials. Activists claimed they took the decision after all government agencies refused to save the animals, saying the building was sealed and they could not risk human lives to save dogs. The incident took place in section 17 of Ulhasnagar where four dogs were stuck on the fourth floor of Parasmani apartment, a portion of which collapsed six months ago. The building has been declared "dangerous" by the Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation. Activist Satyajeet Burman on Saturday afternoon said he received information through one of their volunteers, Shruti Pillai, that some dogs were stuck inside the building. He said, "After I reached the spot at 1pm, I called up the Thane disaster control room, the UMC disaster team, the fire brigade and the police department, but no one was ready to come."Burman said he felt helpless and, along with Shruti, decided to rescue the dogs themselves. At 4.30 pm, they entered the building. After Burman and Shruti entered the building, their friends put up messages on social media about the activist's initiative. Soon after, the fire department reached the spot, but the duo had managed to rescue three dogs by then.Later, fire department officials joined the operation and rescued the fourth dog, who was stuck below debris. Talking to TOI, Burman said, "If we had not rescued the dogs, they may have died. Unfortunately, no one was coming forward to help us." When contacted, Rajendra Nimbalkar, Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation commissioner, said, "The condition of the building is dangerous.Hence, I cannot give orders to my staff to enter the building as human lives are more important than dog lives."
2017-09-03Flying object leaves woman on train hurt - Times of India
Flying object leaves woman on train hurt Pradeep Gupta | TNN | Sep 3, 2017, 07:54 IST kALYAN: A woman commuter was left with an injured lip after an unknown person pelted some hard object inside a local train between Ambernath and Ulhasnagar railway stations on Saturday evening. The injured was identified as Reshma Zoting, a resident of OT section in Ulhasnagar. Sources said the incident took place on Saturday around 8.50 pm when Reshma was on her way towards Ulhasnagar railway station from Ambernath. Shyam Ubale, general secretary of Kalyan-KasaraKarjat passenger association, said, "The GRP should increase patrolling on the route as such incidents have been reported in the past too."
2017-09-01Ulhasnagar citizen conducted rally save Vandhuni river - Times of India
Ulhasnagar citizen conducted rally save Vandhuni river Pradeep Gupta | TNN | Sep 1, 2017, 22:51 IST ULHASNAGAR: In a bid to create awareness about dying rivers and to galvanise public support to save water-bodies volunteers of the different NGO's on Friday conducted rally in Ulhasnagar demanding to save Valdhuni river passing from Ulhasnagar. As many as people from different NGO like Isha Foundation, Rotary Club, Valdhuni Jal Biradari and students and teachers from Pet Oxford school participated in the rally, which was flagged off from Forrower lane chowck. The people, carrying 'Rally for Rivers' stickers and banners participated in rally. The event started at 8:30am from Forrower lane chowck and and went till Shivaji chowck in Ulhasnagar. Vijay Makhija, one of organising committee member said, "The rally's intention was to save Valdhuni river which is dying due to pollution and it was grand sucess as over 200 people participated in rally including MLA Jyoti Kalani".
Ulhasnagar citizen conducted rally save Vandhuni river - Times of India
2017-09-01Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation tax chief ousted over graft charges - NYOOOZ
Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation tax chief ousted over graft charges Mid-day Thane Thu,24 Aug 2017 Summary: Yuvraj BadaneCorruption charges regarding property tax collection have led to the ouster of Yuvraj Badane, assistant municipal commissioner in the Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation (UMC), as the head of the tax collection department. There is not a single property tax collection case in which employees have not misused their power. Corporator chatterLater, the commissioner initiated an inquiry against tax department employees and Bhalerao. UMC chief Rajendra Nimbalkar on Monday took away the charge from Badane, who will now only look after the public relations department. Magar allegedly forged documents to show only Rs 10 lakh in tax.Yuvraj Badane Corruption charges regarding property tax collection have led to the ouster of Yuvraj Badane, assistant municipal commissioner in the Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation (UMC), as the head of the tax collection department. UMC chief Rajendra Nimbalkar on Monday took away the charge from Badane, who will now only look after the public relations department. “We gave the charge to some other person. It was due to some administrative issue,” Nimbalkar told mid-day , As Reported By Mid-day. According to the Newspaper,The controversy emerged earlier this month, when it was found that an employee of the tax collection department had collected a mere Rs 10 lakh in property tax from a wine shop - which owed Rs 70 lakh - by showing the area of the store much lesser than its actual expanse. Discrepancy in tax The store is Bhagwati Wines, located in Shriram Chowk, which occupies an area of around 8,000 sq metres. mid-day reported about the same in the August 9 story ‘UMC has a Brutus in its midst’. However, those in charge of collecting tax showed the area as a mere 400 sq metres. When Badane was heading the department, he’d visited the shop and put up a notice asking the owner to pay R70 lakh in dues after seeing that it was a ground plus two-storey building. The discrepancy occurred while Badane was on leave and tax inspector DL Magar was tasked with recovering the amount.

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