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2015-05-26Inmate commits suicide - Times of India
Subscribe to Top News NewsletterGet updates on the most important happening of the dayALSO ON TOIBihar polls very important, do...AAP govt moves resolution agai...Kejriwal govt orders transfers...Need 370 seats to address core...Fire breaks out at Delhi assem...J&K: Militant shot dead in enc...'India on fast track of develo...G Mohan Kumar takes charge as ...World optimistic about India, ...Kashmir receives snowfall when...Bofors scandal was a media tri...Bihar: Parcel sent to JDU lead...Cyclone hits Purulia, no casua...Our govt is determined to tack...No scams in last one year, say...Follow the Times of India - City sectionSearch for News SearchRecent Messages ()Characters Remaining: 3000SIGN IN WITHFacebookTwitterEmailOR PROCEED WITHOUT REGISTRATIONShare on FacebookShare on TwitterXSort By:Up VotedNewestOldestDiscussedDown VotedBe the first one to review.We have sent you a verification email. To verify, just follow the link in the messageConnect with usSubscribe to our NewslettersTop News (Daily)Tech News (Daily)Entertainment (Daily)Life & Style (Daily)Movie Review (Weekly)  LoginIt seems you are already registered with us. Please enter your account details below:User Name:Password:Forgot Password?YOUR FRIENDS' ACTIVITY1of1MOST POPULARRead|Commented|SharedFrom City1.Constitutional crisis looms for AAP govt2.Five parachutes spotted over Mumbai airport airspace3.Delhi high court ruling backs AAP govt, Kejriwal calls it ‘huge embarrassment’ for Centre4.Boys, aged 9 & 10, kill man with beer bottlemoreAcross Times of India1.Black money: Switzerland discloses names of two Indians2.CBSE result for Class 12th declared3.Delhi girl M Gayatri tops CBSE Class 12th exam4.CBSE to declare Class 12 exam results todaymoreWeather in MumbaiNavbharat TimesFrom our Global PartnersSensex rises 66 points to one week highTHE TIMES OF INDIAPowered by INDIATIMESAbout usAdvertise with usTerms of Use and Grievance Redressal PolicyPrivacy policyFeedbackRSSNewsletterTOI MobileePaperSitemapArchivesOther Times Group news sitesThe Economic Timesइकनॉमिक टाइम्स | ઈકોનોમિક ટાઈમ્સPune Mirror | Bangalore MirrorAhmedabad Mirror | ItsMyAscentEducation Times | Brand CapitalMumbai Mirror | Times NowIndiatimes | नवभारत टाइम्समहाराष्ट्र टाइम्स | ವಿಜಯ ಕರ್ನಾಟಕGo Green | NavGujarat SamayLiving and entertainmentTimescity | iDiva | Entertainment | ZoomHealthmeup | Luxpresso | Gadget Reviews | Online SongsInterest NetworkitimesHot on the WebWorld | PoliticsBusiness | SportsEntertainmentScience & TechNew CarsXiaomi MobileMotorola MobileServicesBook print ads | Online shopping | Free SMS | Website design | CRM | TendersMatrimonial | Ringtones | Astrology | Jobs | Tech Community | Property | Buy carBikes in India | Free Classifieds | Send money to India | Used CarsRestaurants in Delhi | Movie Show Timings in Mumbai | Remit to India | Buy MobilesListen Songs | News | Real Estate DevelopersTrending TopicsSamsung Mobile | Micromax Mobile | You Tube | Delhi Travel Guide | Katrina Kaif Photos | Sony Mobile | Hindi Songs | Horoscope 2015 Predictions | Asus Mobile | Facebook | Sunny Leone Photos | Hindi NewsCopyright © 2014 Bennett, Coleman & Co. Ltd. All rights reserved. For reprint rights: Times Syndication ServiceFind this comment offensive?Choose your reason below and click on the Submit button. This will alert our moderators to take actionNameReason for reporting:Foul languageDefamatoryInciting hatred against a certain communityOut of context/SpamOthersYour Reason has been Submitted to the admin.An inmate of Adharwadi jail, an under-trial who was accused of molesting a minor girl, committed suicide on Tuesday morning in Kalyan. The inmate has been identified as Ruba Rustam Shah, he was resident of Ulhasnagar.
2015-05-26Molestation accused kills self in prison - Times o
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2015-05-26Not only Enforcement Directorate, Uddhampur cops t
Not only Enforcement Directorate, Uddhampur cops too after Anil Jaisinghani Wednesday, 27 May 2015 - 5:15am IST | Place: Mumbai | Agency: dna | From the print edition Yogesh Pawar 2Shares Facebook Twitter Google+ Reddit Whatsapp Comments He recounts losing control of his brand new Innova when another vehicle crossed them on a narrow slope off the Dudhar nullah at Rahambal. "Though I swerved, the car fell into a ravine killing Pahilajani on the front seat." Udhampur in J&K is nearly 2,000 kms from Ulhasnagar near Mumbai where bookie Anil Jaisinghani lives. Yet recent developments following a raid by the Enforcement Directorate and a summons under the Prevention of money laundering Act have led to a connection emerging. At the heart of this is the post-mortem report and panchanama about the death of one Anil Deshmukh following a head-on collision between a truck and an Innova (JK 02 AC 0808) in which he was travelling on October 17, 2006. Only one small problem. There's no one called Anil Deshmukh. The FIR No 70 of 2006 claims a body was recovered and sent for postmortem. Whose body was it? While Jaisinghani and family who were travelling with another friend in the same car did not respond to repeated phone calls and messages from dna, this writer was able to trace the driver of the vehicle, Ajab Singh, an Uddhampur resident, who admitted that apart from Jaisinghanis, their friend Krishnakant Ladha and Anil Jaisinghani's lawyer Dnyaneshwar Deshmukh there was another passenger. "Anu Pahilajani was Jaisinghani's private security guard," he remembers. He recounts losing control of his brand new Innova when another vehicle crossed them on a narrow slope off the Dudhar nullah at Rahambal. "Though I swerved, the car fell into a ravine killing Pahilajani on the front seat." According to him, army men posted on the stretch helped them. "By the time the police arrived, the Jainsinghanis, their friend Ladha and me had been pulled out of the wrecked car. Pahilajani's body lay in the car along with the badly injured lawyer who was barely breathing." When dna spoke to Kalyan-based advocate Dnyaneshwar Deshmukh, he remembered how Jaisinghani took him to Delhi to help file a petition in the Supreme Court when the Bombay HC ruled he need not be given police protection. "We reached two days before, so Jaisinghani suggested we go to Vaishnodevi for darshan. I agreed." The journey changed his life. "When our Innova collided with another car, I was dozing. Jaisinghanis, Ladha were unhurt. While his private guard died, I was seriously injured and had passed out." Later in hospital, with a broken left leg, five broken ribs and several spinal and head injuries, he gathered from the conversation between investigating officer SI Mia Anjum and Dnyaneshwar's family that Jaisinghani had palmed off his laptop with incriminating betting details. "He said I was into betting and feigned not to know how to operate the laptop." In the three years he recovered and petitioned both J&K police and state authorities about his case. "If it was indeed so serious, why'd I been allowed to go?," he asks and adds, "I was sent a letter in 2009 that the inquiry into the laptop and its findings had been wound up. They unilaterally did this without even recording my statement." According to the detailed FIR in Urdu, it was Jaisinghani who told the police that the deceased was Anil Deshmukh (borrowing the first half from his own name and the second half from the lawyer's who had passed out). While it's unclear why this was done, there is another anomaly in the papers. The postmortem says Anil Deshmukh died on the spot, but in reply to correspondence by lawyer Dnyaneshwar Deshmukh, the police claim he died two days later in hospital. Udhampur SP Mohammad Suleman Choudhary said on the phone that the police were tracking the Jaisinghani case. "We'll reopen the accident case and find out if any of our own men colluded. They'll also not be spared." Who was Anil Deshmukh? Why was this particular name given to deceased Anu Pahilajani? Who deputed one Sunil Adhyaru to get back the laptop? Why did the Rahambal Police station give Anil Jaisinghani go? Why didn't the lawyer Dnyaneshwar Deshmukh's statement get recorded before the inquiry was closed in the matter? Why haven't Anu Pahilajani's fmaily even filed a missing report to date? 2Shares Facebook Twitter Google+ Reddit Whatsapp Comments bookieAnil JaisinghaniEnforcement Directorate (ED)Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA)Indian Premier League (IPL)
2015-05-26MIM may approach court over Oppn leader's post - T
Subscribe to Top News NewsletterGet updates on the most important happening of the dayALSO ON TOIManish Sisodia caught napping ...Happy birthday, suit-boot ki s...Remains found at abandoned Mal...Salman gets HC's permission to...PM Modi meets Hamid Ansari, PM...Municipality polls: Violence e...Rescued Indian nurses from Yem...High drama inside Delhi assemb...NDA govt's first year performa...Gujjar stir over reservation i...Will pay for 'Suraksha Bima Yo...No respite from heat waves acr...AAP seeks power to impeach Del...Black money: Names of Yash Bir...Washington: Memorial Day parad...Follow the Times of India - City sectionSearch for News SearchRecent Messages ()Characters Remaining: 3000SIGN IN WITHFacebookTwitterEmailOR PROCEED WITHOUT REGISTRATIONShare on FacebookShare on TwitterXSort By:Up VotedNewestOldestDiscussedDown VotedBe the first one to review.We have sent you a verification email. To verify, just follow the link in the messageConnect with usSubscribe to our NewslettersTop News (Daily)Tech News (Daily)Entertainment (Daily)Life & Style (Daily)Movie Review (Weekly)  LoginIt seems you are already registered with us. Please enter your account details below:User Name:Password:Forgot Password?YOUR FRIENDS' ACTIVITY1of1MOST POPULARRead|Commented|SharedFrom City1.Two event organisers booked in mysterious aerial objects case at Mumbai airport2.Kejriwal meets LG Jung, shows him HC order3.6-year-old girl's kidneys 'missing' after operation at Delhi's AIIMS4.Delhi sizzles at 45.5 deg C as heat pumps into India from PakmoreAcross Times of India1.Black money: Names of Yash Birla, four others with Swiss bank a/cs disclosed2.Black money: Switzerland discloses names of two Indians3.SC seeks report from Haryana govt in MBA student rape case on plea for CBI probe4.American media critical of Narendra Modi's first year in powermoreWeather in AurangabadNavbharat TimesFrom our Global PartnersSensex rises 66 points to one week highTHE TIMES OF INDIAPowered by INDIATIMESAbout usAdvertise with usTerms of Use and Grievance Redressal PolicyPrivacy policyFeedbackRSSNewsletterTOI MobileePaperSitemapArchivesOther Times Group news sitesThe Economic Timesइकनॉमिक टाइम्स | ઈકોનોમિક ટાઈમ્સPune Mirror | Bangalore MirrorAhmedabad Mirror | ItsMyAscentEducation Times | Brand CapitalMumbai Mirror | Times NowIndiatimes | नवभारत टाइम्समहाराष्ट्र टाइम्स | ವಿಜಯ ಕರ್ನಾಟಕGo Green | NavGujarat SamayLiving and entertainmentTimescity | iDiva | Entertainment | ZoomHealthmeup | Luxpresso | Gadget Reviews | Online SongsInterest NetworkitimesHot on the WebWorld | PoliticsBusiness | SportsEntertainmentScience & TechNew CarsXiaomi MobileMotorola MobileServicesBook print ads | Online shopping | Free SMS | Website design | CRM | TendersMatrimonial | Ringtones | Astrology | Jobs | Tech Community | Property | Buy carBikes in India | Free Classifieds | Send money to India | Used CarsRestaurants in Delhi | Movie Show Timings in Mumbai | Remit to India | Buy MobilesListen Songs | News | Real Estate DevelopersTrending TopicsSamsung Mobile | Micromax Mobile | You Tube | Delhi Travel Guide | Katrina Kaif Photos | Sony Mobile | Hindi Songs | Horoscope 2015 Predictions | Asus Mobile | Facebook | Sunny Leone Photos | Hindi NewsCopyright © 2014 Bennett, Coleman & Co. Ltd. All rights reserved. For reprint rights: Times Syndication ServiceFind this comment offensive?Choose your reason below and click on the Submit button. This will alert our moderators to take actionNameReason for reporting:Foul languageDefamatoryInciting hatred against a certain communityOut of context/SpamOthersYour Reason has been Submitted to the admin.The Majlis-e-Ittehadul Mulsimeen (MIM) is considering the option of approaching the court if mayor Trimbak Tupe fails to nominate their candidate as Opposition leader.
2015-05-26Battle won: Builder to pay Rs 10L - Pune Mirror
Battle won: Builder to pay Rs 10LBy Vijay ChavanVijay Chavan, Pune Mirror | May 27, 2015, 02.30 AM ISTTweetShare on Linkedin CommentsMoreGoogle BookmarksNewsvineLive BookmarksTechnoratiYahoo BookmarksBlogmarksDel.icio.usApnaCircleEmail this articlePrint this articleAReduce font sizeAIncrease font sizecommentsTweetShare MoreEmail this articlePrint this articleAReduce font sizeAIncrease font sizeURL copied to clipboardGoogle BookmarksNewsvineLive BookmarksTechnoratiYahoo BookmarksBlogmarksDel.icio.usApnaCircleMy Saved articles(PICS: BANDU YEVALE)RELATEDKHANDALA BLIND HOME VS LAND SHARK NGT also asks realtor to pay Rs 5L to Lonavala Municipal Council for damage to environment, fill up excavated pit. After being asked to vacate the property by authorities and locked in a legal tussle since December, it's finally victory for 71 visually impaired senior citizens, who live at the 45-year-old Lion Home for the Aging Blind, run by the National Association for the Blind (NAB), in Khandala. The National Green Tribunal (NGT) on Tuesday asked the Ulhasnagar-based builder, Kumar Alani, to pay a compensation amount of Rs 10 lakh to the NAB and Rs 5 lakh to Lonavala Municipal Council (LMC) for remediation of environment caused by hill cutting. Giving the land shark a four-week deadline, the NGT also asked him to cease any other illegal activity. Alani was responsible for flattening the top of a hill, located close to the home, robbing it of its tree. It led to loosening the soil on its slope, which leaving the institution at its feet, exposed to a prospective Malinlike situation. Alani, an ex-BJP MLA, had purchased the hilltop plot to build a resort. He had started levelling the land and removed a huge quantity of earth. Officials and residents of the blind home had previously told Mirror that there were several instances of boulders and stones rolling down the slope and crashing into the campus. The NGT bench of Justice V R Kingaonkar and expert member Ajay Deshpande also ordered the builder and the LMC to fill up the pit. The LMC had previously inspected the site and submitted a status report to the bench. The NGT also warned the builder that if the demand draft was not sent in four weeks, the amount would then carry an interest of 18 per cent. Failing to pay will result in the entire property being sealed and sold by the collector. Advocate Asim Sarode said NGT's order was not restricted only to Khandala. "The bench ordered collectors and divisional commissioners to submit reports of places such as Satara, Kolhapur, etc, avoid instances of hill in the guise of extracting minor minerals," said Sarode. Refusing to comment further before the order is actually received, Darius Nariman, chairperson of NAB Lion Home for the Aging Blind, said, "The problem still exists and we are living under tremendous threat. We hope immediate remedies are made."
2015-05-25Bookie Jaisinghani explores legal options, unsure
Bookie Jaisinghani explores legal options, unsure he'll surrender tomorrow Monday, 25 May 2015 - 6:24am IST | Place: Mumbai | Agency: dna | From the print edition Yogesh Pawar 4Shares Facebook Twitter Google+ Reddit Whatsapp Comments When dna reached him on the phone, he could be overheard telling the driver to turn to Pali after Panvel. While refusing to divulge which doctors he was consulting, he continued to stick to his story of being unwell Ani Jaisinghani A day before he had to present himself in the Gujarat Enforcement Directorate office, beleaguered international bookie Anil Jaisinghani had a very busy day. Despite seeking time from the ED citing ill-health, most of his time was spent consulting the who's who in the legal fraternity to get off the hook. He seemed unfazed by CM Devendra Fadnavis' announcement of a probe into his security. "Let them probe. I have been able to prove to the authorities why I need security for nearly two decades. I can do it again. If they hear me out, they will have to continue with the armed protection." When dna reached him on the phone, he could be overheard telling the driver to turn to Pali after Panvel. While refusing to divulge which doctors he was consulting, he continued to stick to his story of being unwell. "I haven't slept since all this began. Who would if they were being framed for the wrongdoings of a namesake?" he said, reiterating that he had spoken to the other Anil Jaisinghani from Raipur. When asked for proof, he sent three audio files on WhatsApp to this writer, claiming these were conversations with his 'doppelganger.' From the conversation it seems that the person on the other end is from Raipur, but is in Pune at the time of the conversation. He denies coming to Ulhasnagar for several years. "I once came to meet some friends at Ambrosia hotel," he says and denies knowing Mukesh Sharma, the mastermind from Delhi who has also been picked up, despite it being repeatedly brought up by Jaisinghani. Jaisinghani refused to share the number of the person he had spoken to. The man who was 100 km from the city, insisted he was very unwell. "I will go to Ahmedabad only if my health permits me to," he said. The ED on its part is ready with what it calls a water-tight case against the bookie. "We have gathered a lot of information about how Deepak Narayani alias Deepu Balaji was working as Jaisinghani's front man on the international scene for 15 years. Others like one Sushil in Australia, one Gautam in UK and one Suman in Dubai have been helping route money for betting through hawala channels," said a source in the ED who admitted that some of his techniques were impressive. "He had more than 200 accounts in students names studying abroad on betfair.com." Meanwhile dna reports on Jaisinghani have alerted several others who the bookie has a past history with. One such is a Kalyan-based advocate Dnyaneshwar Deshmukh. He told dna how Jaisinghani had taken him along to Delhi to help him file a petition in the Supreme Court regarding his cases. "The case was on 19th Oct 2006 and we had reached two days ahead of time. Jaisinghani suggested we go to Vaishnodevi for darshan. I agreed. Accordingly an Innova was booked and we set out," he recounted. While going past Uddhampur, their car collided with an army truck coming from the opposite direction. Deshmukh said that Jaisinghani, his friend and their families sustained minor injuries, his private bodyguard died on the spot, and Deshmukh himself was seriously injured. "It was only much later that I found out Jaisinghani had passed off a laptop with incriminating details as mine and said I was into betting." In the three years he's taken to recover, Deshmukh petitioned both police and state authorities in J&K about his case. He added, "I was sent a letter in 2009 that the inquiry into the laptop and its findings had been wound up. They unilaterally did this without even recording one statement from me." Jaisinghani refused to comment on what Deshmukh said calling it "a very old matter." 4Shares Facebook Twitter Google+ Reddit Whatsapp Comments Anil JaisinghaniEnforcement Directorate (ED)
2015-05-25Now, bookie complains of hernia to avoid ED questi
Now, bookie complains of hernia to avoid ED questioningBy Dharmendra TiwariDharmendra Tiwari, Mumbai Mirror | May 26, 2015, 12.00 AM ISTTweetShare on Linkedin CommentsMoreGoogle BookmarksNewsvineLive BookmarksTechnoratiYahoo BookmarksBlogmarksDel.icio.usApnaCircleEmail this articlePrint this articleAReduce font sizeAIncrease font sizecommentsTweetShare MoreEmail this articlePrint this articleAReduce font sizeAIncrease font sizeURL copied to clipboardGoogle BookmarksNewsvineLive BookmarksTechnoratiYahoo BookmarksBlogmarksDel.icio.usApnaCircleMy Saved articlesAlleged bookie Anil Jaisinghani, whose Ulhasnagar residence was raided last week over reports of spot fixing in IPL matches, refused to appear in the Enforcement Directorate's Ahmedabad zonal office on Monday, saying he had been diagnosed with hernia. Jaisinghani, believed to be one of western India's leading bookies, even sent a medical report to the office. The report says that the 51-year-old had visited KEM Hospital on Sunday and doctors had advised him to undergo a hernia operation. KEM dean Dr Avinash Supe said that a man who identified himself as Anil Jaisinghani had sought medical attention in the casualty ward. "But as we don't ask for identity proof, we don't know if it was the same person or someone posing as him," Supe said. An investigating officer with the Enforcement Directorate said that the agency would move court and seek a non-bailable warrant against Jaisinghani for hampering the probe into alleged spot fixing. "He has been trying all tricks to avoid being questioned by the investigators ever since an ED team turned up at his Ulhasnagar residence," the officer said. "During the raid, he complained of chest pain and got himself admitted to Jupiter Hospital in Thane. He has been on the run and is trying to use his influence to avoid an appearance before the ED." On May 22, ED teams raided properties owned by bookies in Mumbai, Jaipur and Delhi. The raid at Jaisinghani's home revealed that he had invested the money earned from betting and spot fixing into several companies, according to investigators. The ED is examining shareholding patterns of companies in which Jaisinghani has made investments. He will be asked to produce documents on his investments and sources of income.
2015-05-24State to probe bookie police protection: Fadnavis
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2015-05-24Maharashtra to probe bookie police protection, say
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Gujarat ED raids former bookie's Ulhasnagar house By Shiva Devnath |Posted 2 hours Officials did not find much at Anil Jaisinghani’s house; they have called him for an inquiry later as he was unwell The Enforcement Directorate (ED) of Gujarat raided several places in Mumbai, Kalyan and Ulhasnagar, on Friday in relation to the betting during the current Indian Premier League matches. Around 6 to 7 officers raided various places, including the house of former bookie Anil Jaisinghani. Anil Jaisinghani says he was shocked when he learnt from the media it was a raid for the current IPL matches, as the officers did not say anything Jaisinghani has also helped police carry out raids involving betting syndicates, and was the prime focus during these raids. Around 6 to 7 ED officers raided his place around 7.30 am on Friday for over 7 hours. They did not find much there. But they had information of about 8 to 10 people who have been betting during IPL matches. Sources from ED said they have information about spot fixing too, but they would be questioning a number of people before making such charges. While they questioned a number of people, they called Jaisinghani after two days for an inquiry, as he was not keeping well. Jaisinghani said, “I was resting when 6 to 7 Enforcement Directorate officers came from Ahmedabad to my Ulhasnagar residence around 7.30-8 am. They did not say anything and started searching my place. I cooperated with them in the search. They found nothing. This has been a shock to me, as I later learnt from the media that it was a raid for cricket betting for current IPL matches. The officers did not find anything at my place, as I have never been into betting. They have called me for an inquiry after two days and I will visit them.” Jaisinghani, who was admitted at Jupiter hospital said, “I fell ill and was rushed to Jupiter hospital, as my blood pressure shot up and I had a problem breathing. Since February, I have helped Mumbai and Thane police twice for carrying raids involving betting syndicates and have led to the arrest of bookies and policemen too. The raid today took place to damage my image and harass me, by none other than a Deputy Commissioner of police. He is currently on leave, as I have filed a complaint against him for kidnapping, harassing and extorting from my family. This has all been done by him, as the case against him is being investigated by Mumbai Crime Branch and soon, he is going to be behind bars.”
2015-05-23Youth held for sodomy - Business Standard
Youth held for sodomy Press Trust of India  |  Thane (Maha)  May 23, 2015 Last Updated at 21:22 IST Add to My Page Related News Section 494 of IPC applicable to all offenders, says HC Govt decides to decriminalise attempt to suicide, to scrap Sec 309 IPC Allow participation under national flag, India urges IPC IPC suspends PCI, sports ministry issues notice SC to examine whether defamation in IPC unreasonably restrictive A 19-year-old youth has been arrested for allegedly sodomising a boy at a slum in Ulhasnagar town in the district, police said today. The accused Rahul alias Chhotu Nishad, a resident of Hira Ghat slum colony in Ulhasnagar, was arrested for the crime that took place yesterday. "The accused dragged the boy, who lived in the same locality, to his house when the latter was playing outside his house and then sodomised him," police sub-inspector S B Khamkar of Central Police station said. The victim's mother later lodged a complaint, following which the accused, who is unemployed, was arrested. He has been booked under sections 363 (kidnapping), 342 (wrongful confinement), 377 (unnatural sexual offence), 506 (criminal intimidation) of the IPC and sections of the Protection of Children from Sexual Offences (POCSO) Act 2012. Read more on:    Ipc | National News http://mybs.in/2RvTWQN Copy tiny URL to save and share article. Youth held for sodomy A 19-year-old youth has been arrested for allegedly sodomising a boy at a slum in Ulhasnagar town in the district, police said today. The accused Rahul alias Chhotu Nishad, a resident of Hira Ghat slum colony in Ulhasnagar, was arrested for the crime that took place yesterday. "The accused dragged the boy, who lived in the same locality, to his house when the latter was playing outside his house and then sodomised him," police sub-inspector S B Khamkar of Central Police station said. The victim's mother later lodged a complaint, following which the accused, who is unemployed, was arrested. He has been booked under sections 363 (kidnapping), 342 (wrongful confinement), 377 (unnatural sexual offence), 506 (criminal intimidation) of the IPC and sections of the Protection of Children from Sexual Offences (POCSO) Act 2012. A 19-year-old youth has been arrested for allegedly sodomising a boy at a slum in Ulhasnagar town in the district, police said today. The accused Rahul alias Chhotu Nishad, a resident of Hira Ghat slum colony in Ulhasnagar, was arrested for the crime that took place yesterday. "The accused dragged the boy, who lived in the same locality, to his house when the latter was playing outside his house and then sodomised him," police sub-inspector S B Khamkar of Central Police station said. The victim's mother later lodged a complaint, following which the accused, who is unemployed, was arrested. 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5 Indian Premier Leagues games under the scanner for spot-fixing ×Close Subscription Error You didn't choose any of the Sport!. ×Close Subscription Error Invalid Email Address!. FoMA 28.13K ×Close Report Errors Use this window to let us know of any feedback about the content. Submit Follow @SportsKeeda IPL again under spot-fixing scanner In a sensational development, five Indian Premier League (IPL) games of the current season are under Enforcement Directorate's (ED) scanner, for spot-fixing reported Mumbai Mirror newspaper. Two places were raided on Friday in Mumbai and one each in Delhi and Jaipur by the ED, and two IPL teams are also being investigated for the same. These raids were conducted after conducting a month-long monitoring on players, team franchises and bookies. "Five games is our conservative estimate. There may be more games where spot-fixing took place in this edition of IPL," said an ED official. Officials raided two houses in Andheri and Borivali area of Mumbai, owned by an identified bookie named, Sukhwinder Sodhi, and also another in Ulhasnagar which is owned by Anil Jaisinghani. The raid was a part of pan-India operation; ED is keeping it tight by giving no room to any of the bookies through their informers. A senior ED officer, who did not wish to be identified, told the newspaper that they are looking into Jaisinghani's links with officials of two IPL teams who provided him unmatched access to players, and information on team compositions and field conditions. He alleged that Jaisinghani's wife had flushed all his SIM cards and mobile phone in the lavatory, but later were sought by calling a local plumber to retrieve it from the lavatory’s pipeline. Meanwhile, in Delhi and Jaipur's raid, Shibu Gangwal and Mukesh Sharma name bookies places were sealed.  Mukesh used to help bookies open betting account on a UK website using proxy servers. IPL is not new to match fixing allegations. In 2013 season, 3 players from Rajasthan Royals were found guilty of spot fixing. Since then ED has been keeping continuous surveillance on all the people involved in the game, on and off the field.   Report Error View Comments Trending Articles 5 batsmen who have hit six sixes in 6 consecutive balls 5 Indian Premier Leagues games under the scanner for spot-fixing Reports: IPL player retention policy to be changed from 2017 Chief Selector Sandeep Patil talks about Harbhajan Singh inclusion and Yuvraj Singh exclusion for Bangladesh tour Featured Blogs England v New Zealand, 1st test, Lords One Tip, One Hand Pakistan, what a fall from grace for the once upon a time KINGS of ODIs Well Pitched Hogg, the Perfect Fit for Narine’s Boots Cricket Reviews by Maanav Get Featured Platinum Sponsor Movie Partner 1st Test Match - England vs New Zealand 2015 test Live ENG 389/10 58/2 523/10 0/0 NZ SEMI-FINAL Full scorecard Eliminator - IPL T20 2015 t20 RCB 180/4 109/10 RR SEMI-FINAL Royal Challengers Bangalore won by 71 runs. Full scorecard Sportskeeda Hindi - SK हिन्दी Social Links Facebook Twitter Google + YouTube Sportskeeda About Us Contact Us Careers Advertise Company Blog Sportskeeda Index Sports Teams Authors Players Tournaments Become a writer Sportskeeda Bloggers Club Sportskeeda Writers Club Writer Hierarchy Internship Program Copyright © 2015 Absolute Sports Private Limited. All rights reserved. Terms of Use Privacy Policy Site Map
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It can take you to the brink of suicide or infuse you with courage of conviction. So while everyone cautioned her, Kalpana Saroj went ahead and took over Kamani Tubes. Once a thriving enterprise, the Mumbai-based company stuttered after a feud in the Kamani family strained production and led to labour strife. The Board for Industrial and Financial Reconstruction handed it over to the workers to manage in 1989, but the downslide continued. Several potential buyers were invited to save the company, but none dared to touch it. Saroj not only bought it but also turned it around within a few years. The multi-millionaire from Akola was not familiar with the company until 2002, when some workers approached her for help. Saroj, who ran a flourishing real estate business in the Kalyan-Ambarnath belt and two sugar factories, knew nothing about copper tubes, used mainly in geysers and pipelines. Though she was doing well for herself, Saroj, 53, says it was the plight of the workers, many of whom had to drive rickshaws or sell incense sticks to make ends meet, that led her to take the plunge. To save the troubled company, which she bought in 2006, Saroj hired consultants, negotiated with banks, settled with trade unions, and shifted the factory from Kurla to Wada. While she has no education to boast of, the Kamani experience made Saroj "part-lawyer and part-chartered accountant". Nine years later, the Padma Shri awardee, whose net worth is estimated at over $100 million, recounts how she, a Dalit from a village in Akola with a disturbing past, made it in Maximum City. With her daughter, Seema, who will start her restaurant from the same space in Ulhasnagar where Saroj once assembled steel furniture It is four hours after the appointed time and Saroj is profusely apologetic about the delay. She had been away on work in Bengaluru and her return is marked by breathless meetings at her office in Ballard Estate's Kamani Chambers. The building is under piecemeal repairs but her workspace is carefully done up. Parked outside is a black Toyota Fortuner. Inside, gilt-edged frames bearing certificates and pictures of her at various award functions cover the walls. The trophies crowd the desk and shelves. In a large swivelling leather seat, she cuts a petite figure. On an adjacent chair is the managing director of the company and her right-hand man, Mannan Gore, who often supplements her answers. Later this month, Saroj will be honoured by the government of Gujarat, he discloses. "The Maharashtra government wanted to felicitate her on the same day but since the lady chief minister of Gujarat (Anandiben Patel) had wanted to award (Saroj) for some time now, we accepted her invite." The interview is also interrupted by a flurry of phone calls and texts as she urgently makes travel arrangements to Thiruvananthapuram for her son, Amar. The young Air India pilot is based in the southern city and wants his Hayabusa there. Saroj's youth was far removed from this world. Growing up, she had no shoes for her feet nor enough money to pay for bus tickets. "She has nine cars today," Gore points out. Hers is a rags-to-riches story for the ages, peppered with risks, determination and strokes of luck. The eldest of five children, she had a seemingly regular childhood in the police quarters in Akola assigned to her constable father, Mahadeo. She would walk to school, and after classes, she kept busy at home. At 12, things changed. She was pulled out of school and readied for marriage. Her father, reluctant at first, was talked into agreeing by relatives. "He was a helper in a factory, and twice my age. It was enough that the groom was from Mumbai. Such alliances were common then," she remembers. Her new house turned out to be in a squalid slum in Ulhasnagar. Six months later, her father brought her back home after the frequent harassment she faced from her in-laws. But things did not improve in the village. Girls who left their husband's home were considered immoral. The taunts and gloom in the family drove Saroj to consume three bottles of bedbug spray in the house of a relative, while pretending to be resting in the spare room. She was discovered and rushed to hospital where doctors treated her for a week. This second chance at life shaped her never-say-die approach. It was imperative to leave Akola. She decided and planned a second trip to Mumbai some years later. Around 17 at the time, she attempted to join the police and military forces but failed for lack of education. Instead, she found work at a tailoring workshop in Lower Parel with help from a relative who sold fried snacks. She lived with a Gujarati acquaintance of his in Chembur, which seemed safer than the Dadar slum he lived in. The backbreaking work earned her Rs 250-350 a month. When her father lost his job, the whole family joined her in the city. The rent for a room in Kalyan left her with not enough for a railway pass. She would often travel ticketless, standing guiltily at the door because that seemed somehow less illegal. Kalpana Saroj visiting patients in hospital Memories make her eyes well up, but Saroj doesn't like them to weigh her down. Seema, the younger of Saroj's two children (both from her second marriage, though she does not disclose her husband's name) says her mother never let the children know of the struggles she endured to revamp Kamani. "She sent me to London and my brother was studying in Germany. We found out after it all happened." When her sister took ill and died for lack of treatment, Saroj was filled with a sense of urgency to earn more. She applied for a bank loan of Rs 50,000 to set up a tailoring unit under a government scheme for backward castes. The approval took two years to come, by when she had picked the more profitable furniture business over stitching. Life has done a full circle. Her daughter, Seema, will launch her restaurant in the same space in Ulhasnagar where Saroj assembled steel furniture to be sent to parts of Maharashtra. During her struggle to get a loan, she formed connections with various people. With their help, she founded an organisation to connect employable youth with experts for awareness about loan schemes and jobs. As word of her networking and problem-solving skills spread, a Kalyan man offered to sell her a plot of land embroiled in legal issues for Rs 2.5 lakh, a fraction of the market price. "He needed the cash urgently so I paid him in two installments." By the time she got the litigation cleared in three years, the land, bang on the main road, pushed her worth up by Rs 50 lakh. It was not the end of trouble, though. Local thugs tried to usurp the land and even went to the extent of planning to murder her, Saroj claims. She dealt with this by marching to the cops and getting a gun licence within a day. During this time, she became acquainted with builder Anil Hotchandani, who partnered with her to develop the land. They shared the profit 65-35 and continue to build projects together. Her two journeys in Mumbai, one longer and more successful than the other, have changed Saroj's life. The city broke, rebuilt and rewarded her. Kalpana Saroj receiving the Padma Shri from President Pranab Mukherjee Over the years of Hotchandani's acquaintance with her, he says her contacts have grown stronger and despite this, she hasn't lost her humility. In many ways, Saroj is still connected to the simple life. She stays in Ulhasnagar, in one of her own housing projects. The neighbourhood, although vibrant, is seen by city-dwellers as something of a village. Her 5,000 square feet apartment includes a garden and decor that she picked herself: a mix of flowers, potted plants, glittering curtains and paintings. More trophies and several statues of the Buddha line the TV unit. Photographs show that Saroj has shared the stage with the likes of Mukesh Ambani, Ratan Tata and multiple presidents. But while she has friends in high places, she doesn't engage actively with the social elite. For recreation, she watches movies or goes out for day-long picnics. Saroj answers in Hindi, at times poetically; for instance, she describes luck as kudrati madad (divine help), and crisis situations as aag ka dariya (river of fire). "I might have made a good writer," she reckons, "if only I had finished school." Her tone is even and speech speedy as if accounting for time. A thick gold bracelet and delicate rings glisten on her hands. Descriptors like "Slumdog Millionaire" bother her. Those who work with her describe her as honest and brave. Govind Kharatmal, leader of the Kamani workers' union that had sought Saroj's help, says: "Even before her scheme (to rehabilitate the company) was approved she would pay small amounts from her own pocket to some employees for urgent expenses." Also palpable is her power of polite persuasion. While appealing to Kamani's lenders to cut the interest and penalties on the debt, she highlighted the legacy of Ramji Kamani, his friendship with Jawaharlal Nehru and Mahatma Gandhi, and the former glory of his company, and got the desired concessions. In another instance, while in London late last year, she came across a for-sale sign outside the house where Babasaheb Ambedkar had lived. She immediately pushed the government to bid for the house, even meeting National Security Advisor Ajit Doval. At Rs 40 crore, it was seen as a hefty expense, but she made a successful case saying this was where Ambedkar had remarkably completed a six-year course in two years. She is among only three members from a non-banking background to have been selected to the board of the Bharatiya Mahila Bank. Her story kindled interest among producers at Lionsgate Films who wished to make a biopic. "But I was pressed for time and also there was a language barrier." That production house is now approaching her in partnership with Indian counterparts, she adds, but without visible excitement. But she is aware of her successes. "The workers at Kamani call me Maa Bhavani now," she smiles. "They say everything I touch turns to gold." A Buddhist monk from Thailand even wrote a song for her in his language naming her "the daughter of the Buddha". Saroj carefully lists her various social initiatives: the beauty parlour she launched to train underprivileged girls, the housing complex where poor people pay rent of just Rs 1,000, cheap commercial spaces for fledgling businessmen, and a workshop for Ganpati idol makers. She even attempted to start a law college but it wasn't approved by the Bar Council. The one bastion she seems to have left largely untouched is politics. Despite her many supporters, however, she does not wish to venture there. "It leads to dishonestly, fraud and needless enmity." There are some sick enterprises that even Kalpana Saroj is wary of reviving. Read more on:    Kamani | Kalyan | Ambarnath | Gujarat | Kamani Tubes | Ballard Estate | Kamani Chambers | Kalpana Saroj | Anandiben Patel | Padma Shri Awardee | The Board For Industrial And Financial Reconstruction http://mybs.in/2RvT4so Copy tiny URL to save and share article. The road to riches The author recounts Kalpana Saroj's incredible journey from despair to success The author recounts Kalpana Saroj's incredible journey from despair to success Despair is a tough teacher. It can take you to the brink of suicide or infuse you with courage of conviction. So while everyone cautioned her, Kalpana Saroj went ahead and took over Kamani Tubes. Once a thriving enterprise, the Mumbai-based company stuttered after a feud in the Kamani family strained production and led to labour strife. The Board for Industrial and Financial Reconstruction handed it over to the workers to manage in 1989, but the downslide continued. Several potential buyers were invited to save the company, but none dared to touch it. Saroj not only bought it but also turned it around within a few years. The multi-millionaire from Akola was not familiar with the company until 2002, when some workers approached her for help. Saroj, who ran a flourishing real estate business in the Kalyan-Ambarnath belt and two sugar factories, knew nothing about copper tubes, used mainly in geysers and pipelines. Though she was doing well for herself, Saroj, 53, says it was the plight of the workers, many of whom had to drive rickshaws or sell incense sticks to make ends meet, that led her to take the plunge. To save the troubled company, which she bought in 2006, Saroj hired consultants, negotiated with banks, settled with trade unions, and shifted the factory from Kurla to Wada. While she has no education to boast of, the Kamani experience made Saroj "part-lawyer and part-chartered accountant". Nine years later, the Padma Shri awardee, whose net worth is estimated at over $100 million, recounts how she, a Dalit from a village in Akola with a disturbing past, made it in Maximum City. With her daughter, Seema, who will start her restaurant from the same space in Ulhasnagar where Saroj once assembled steel furniture It is four hours after the appointed time and Saroj is profusely apologetic about the delay. She had been away on work in Bengaluru and her return is marked by breathless meetings at her office in Ballard Estate's Kamani Chambers. The building is under piecemeal repairs but her workspace is carefully done up. Parked outside is a black Toyota Fortuner. Inside, gilt-edged frames bearing certificates and pictures of her at various award functions cover the walls. The trophies crowd the desk and shelves. In a large swivelling leather seat, she cuts a petite figure. On an adjacent chair is the managing director of the company and her right-hand man, Mannan Gore, who often supplements her answers. Later this month, Saroj will be honoured by the government of Gujarat, he discloses. "The Maharashtra government wanted to felicitate her on the same day but since the lady chief minister of Gujarat (Anandiben Patel) had wanted to award (Saroj) for some time now, we accepted her invite." The interview is also interrupted by a flurry of phone calls and texts as she urgently makes travel arrangements to Thiruvananthapuram for her son, Amar. The young Air India pilot is based in the southern city and wants his Hayabusa there. Saroj's youth was far removed from this world. Growing up, she had no shoes for her feet nor enough money to pay for bus tickets. "She has nine cars today," Gore points out. Hers is a rags-to-riches story for the ages, peppered with risks, determination and strokes of luck. The eldest of five children, she had a seemingly regular childhood in the police quarters in Akola assigned to her constable father, Mahadeo. She would walk to school, and after classes, she kept busy at home. At 12, things changed. She was pulled out of school and readied for marriage. Her father, reluctant at first, was talked into agreeing by relatives. "He was a helper in a factory, and twice my age. It was enough that the groom was from Mumbai. Such alliances were common then," she remembers. Her new house turned out to be in a squalid slum in Ulhasnagar. Six months later, her father brought her back home after the frequent harassment she faced from her in-laws. But things did not improve in the village. Girls who left their husband's home were considered immoral. The taunts and gloom in the family drove Saroj to consume three bottles of bedbug spray in the house of a relative, while pretending to be resting in the spare room. She was discovered and rushed to hospital where doctors treated her for a week. This second chance at life shaped her never-say-die approach. It was imperative to leave Akola. She decided and planned a second trip to Mumbai some years later. Around 17 at the time, she attempted to join the police and military forces but failed for lack of education. Instead, she found work at a tailoring workshop in Lower Parel with help from a relative who sold fried snacks. She lived with a Gujarati acquaintance of his in Chembur, which seemed safer than the Dadar slum he lived in. The backbreaking work earned her Rs 250-350 a month. When her father lost his job, the whole family joined her in the city. The rent for a room in Kalyan left her with not enough for a railway pass. She would often travel ticketless, standing guiltily at the door because that seemed somehow less illegal. Kalpana Saroj visiting patients in hospital Memories make her eyes well up, but Saroj doesn't like them to weigh her down. Seema, the younger of Saroj's two children (both from her second marriage, though she does not disclose her husband's name) says her mother never let the children know of the struggles she endured to revamp Kamani. "She sent me to London and my brother was studying in Germany. We found out after it all happened." When her sister took ill and died for lack of treatment, Saroj was filled with a sense of urgency to earn more. She applied for a bank loan of Rs 50,000 to set up a tailoring unit under a government scheme for backward castes. The approval took two years to come, by when she had picked the more profitable furniture business over stitching. Life has done a full circle. Her daughter, Seema, will launch her restaurant in the same space in Ulhasnagar where Saroj assembled steel furniture to be sent to parts of Maharashtra. During her struggle to get a loan, she formed connections with various people. With their help, she founded an organisation to connect employable youth with experts for awareness about loan schemes and jobs. As word of her networking and problem-solving skills spread, a Kalyan man offered to sell her a plot of land embroiled in legal issues for Rs 2.5 lakh, a fraction of the market price. "He needed the cash urgently so I paid him in two installments." By the time she got the litigation cleared in three years, the land, bang on the main road, pushed her worth up by Rs 50 lakh. It was not the end of trouble, though. Local thugs tried to usurp the land and even went to the extent of planning to murder her, Saroj claims. She dealt with this by marching to the cops and getting a gun licence within a day. During this time, she became acquainted with builder Anil Hotchandani, who partnered with her to develop the land. They shared the profit 65-35 and continue to build projects together. Her two journeys in Mumbai, one longer and more successful than the other, have changed Saroj's life. The city broke, rebuilt and rewarded her. Kalpana Saroj receiving the Padma Shri from President Pranab Mukherjee Over the years of Hotchandani's acquaintance with her, he says her contacts have grown stronger and despite this, she hasn't lost her humility. In many ways, Saroj is still connected to the simple life. She stays in Ulhasnagar, in one of her own housing projects. The neighbourhood, although vibrant, is seen by city-dwellers as something of a village. Her 5,000 square feet apartment includes a garden and decor that she picked herself: a mix of flowers, potted plants, glittering curtains and paintings. More trophies and several statues of the Buddha line the TV unit. Photographs show that Saroj has shared the stage with the likes of Mukesh Ambani, Ratan Tata and multiple presidents. But while she has friends in high places, she doesn't engage actively with the social elite. For recreation, she watches movies or goes out for day-long picnics. Saroj answers in Hindi, at times poetically; for instance, she describes luck as kudrati madad (divine help), and crisis situations as aag ka dariya (river of fire). "I might have made a good writer," she reckons, "if only I had finished school." Her tone is even and speech speedy as if accounting for time. A thick gold bracelet and delicate rings glisten on her hands. Descriptors like "Slumdog Millionaire" bother her. Those who work with her describe her as honest and brave. Govind Kharatmal, leader of the Kamani workers' union that had sought Saroj's help, says: "Even before her scheme (to rehabilitate the company) was approved she would pay small amounts from her own pocket to some employees for urgent expenses." Also palpable is her power of polite persuasion. While appealing to Kamani's lenders to cut the interest and penalties on the debt, she highlighted the legacy of Ramji Kamani, his friendship with Jawaharlal Nehru and Mahatma Gandhi, and the former glory of his company, and got the desired concessions. In another instance, while in London late last year, she came across a for-sale sign outside the house where Babasaheb Ambedkar had lived. She immediately pushed the government to bid for the house, even meeting National Security Advisor Ajit Doval. At Rs 40 crore, it was seen as a hefty expense, but she made a successful case saying this was where Ambedkar had remarkably completed a six-year course in two years. She is among only three members from a non-banking background to have been selected to the board of the Bharatiya Mahila Bank. Her story kindled interest among producers at Lionsgate Films who wished to make a biopic. "But I was pressed for time and also there was a language barrier." That production house is now approaching her in partnership with Indian counterparts, she adds, but without visible excitement. But she is aware of her successes. "The workers at Kamani call me Maa Bhavani now," she smiles. "They say everything I touch turns to gold." A Buddhist monk from Thailand even wrote a song for her in his language naming her "the daughter of the Buddha". Saroj carefully lists her various social initiatives: the beauty parlour she launched to train underprivileged girls, the housing complex where poor people pay rent of just Rs 1,000, cheap commercial spaces for fledgling businessmen, and a workshop for Ganpati idol makers. She even attempted to start a law college but it wasn't approved by the Bar Council. The one bastion she seems to have left largely untouched is politics. Despite her many supporters, however, she does not wish to venture there. "It leads to dishonestly, fraud and needless enmity." There are some sick enterprises that even Kalpana Saroj is wary of reviving. Read More The golden rule of Kalyan Jewellers T S Kalyanaraman of Kalyan Jewellers owns two aircraft and a fleet of Rolls-Royces, and counts the Bachchans among his friends. The author explores ... http://mybs.in/2RvT4so Copy tiny URL to save and share article. Add to My Page Recommended for you Advertisements Prof. Marco Sampietro shares the funny side of the effect of humour on project management. Read MoreLeaders should be responsible for organisation and co-workers. 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2015-05-22ED Raids Ulhasnagar Bookie: Five games in IPL-8 un
ED Raids Ulhasnagar Bookie: Five games in IPL-8 under ED scanner for spot fixingBy Dharmendra TiwariDharmendra Tiwari, Mumbai Mirror | May 23, 2015, 03.00 AM ISTTweetShare on Linkedin CommentsMoreGoogle BookmarksNewsvineLive BookmarksTechnoratiYahoo BookmarksBlogmarksDel.icio.usApnaCircleEmail this articlePrint this articleAReduce font sizeAIncrease font sizecommentsTweetShare MoreEmail this articlePrint this articleAReduce font sizeAIncrease font sizeURL copied to clipboardGoogle BookmarksNewsvineLive BookmarksTechnoratiYahoo BookmarksBlogmarksDel.icio.usApnaCircleMy Saved articlesAbove (R): Karishma Jaisinghani with Anil after he complained of chest pain during the raidRaid part of a pan-India operation; focus on two teams, the usual suspects, once again. At least five games in the ongoing edition of the Indian Premier League are under the Enforcement Directorate's scanner for spot fixing, highly placed sources in the agency told Mumbai Mirror. At least two teams are also being investigated, and Friday's ED raids on bookies at two places in Mumbai, and one each in Jaipur and Delhi were conducted after a month-long surveillance on bookies, team officials, and players. In Mumbai, ED teams raided two premises in Borivali and Andheri owned by a bookie identified as Sukhwinder Sodhi, and a house in Ulhasnagar, owned by Anil Jaisinghani, reportedly one of western India's leading bookies. There was high drama at Jaisinghani's house in Ulhasnagar's Block no. 3 when the team arrived there at 7 am. The house is covered from all sides by CCTV cameras and Jaisinghani locked himself in as soon he saw the ED team at the gate. He then called the local police and told them some people were trying to break into his house. It was only after a team of Ulhasnagar police identified the men at his doorstep as ED officials that he let them in. However, ED officials alleged that by then Jaisinghani's wife had flushed all his phones and SIM cards down the toilet bowl and the bookie himself was lying on a bed with an oxygen mask on. An ambulance he had called for while the ED team was struggling to get in soon arrived and took him to Jupiter Hospital. A senior ED officer, who did not wish to be identified, said they are looking into Jaisinghani's links with officials of two IPL teams who provided him unmatched access to players, and information on team compositions, and field conditions. In the day-long raid, the ED seized some documents and phones from the house. When reports last came in, they had sought local plumbers' help to retrieve the phones and SIM cards from the toilet bowl in Jaisinghani's house. Jaisinghani's name had cropped up in the 2013 spot fixing scandal too when bookie Ritesh Bansal alias 'Bharat Delhi' was picked up along with 'Shyam Delhi' and 'Lokesh Delhi' by the Mumbai Crime Branch. "Five games is our conservative estimate. There may be more games where spot fixing took place in this edition of IPL," said an ED official. When Mumbai Mirror contacted Jaisinghani, he denied being involved in betting and said he has been asked to present himself before the ED in Ahmedabad on Wednesday and that he would cooperate in the investigations. In simultaneous operations on Friday, the ED raided a premises owned by Shibu Gangwal's in Jaipur and another owned by Mukesh Sharma in Delhi. Currently in Dubai, Gangwal allegedly channelled betting money from India to other countries through Hawala. Mukesh Sharma from Delhi is involved in helping bookies open betting accounts on a UK-based betting site. Friday's raids were part of ED's larger investigation into a Rs 4,000-crore betting racket that was busted during the World Cup in March this year. Though betting is banned in India, investigations have revealed that bookies are using proxy servers for place bets on UK web sites. A data analysis of just one UK betting site threw up 16,000 Indian accounts.
2015-05-21Celebrity Home: Inside glimpse of 'Uttaran' fame S
Celebrity Home: Inside Glimpse Of Sparsh Khanchandani Aka Ichcha’S Beautiful House Celebrity Home: Inside glimpse of 'Uttaran' fame Sparsh Khanchandani’s beautiful house Kiran Jain / Photo courtesy: Ajit Redekar   1 of 13 Next More: < Sparsh Khanchandani, popularly known as Ichcha from Uttaran has earned immense popularity as a child actress. This little wonder who is a resident of Ulhasnagar, Mumbai stays with her father, an advocate and mother, a teacher.   In an exclusive conversation with Daily Bhaskar.com, Sparsh Khanchandani reveals about how special her house is for her. She says, “I have a very small house; it’s not that big. We have been staying here for the last four years. The best place in my house is the hall with a small library. I love to sit here for hours and do my studying. Also, I love to cook and so kitchen is another place which I love to roam around. I have tried cooking foods like pastas, pizzas and many such spicy delicious foods. Honestly, ever corner of my house has some or other memories attached to it. It’s full of positivity.”   Daily Bhaskar.com gives its readers an opportunity to have an exclusive Tour of the celebrity mansion…   Tweet Email Print   Advertisement ReviewsView more Mr. X Movie Review: Pointless, artificial and replete with loopholes Genre - 3D sci-fi Director - Vikram Bhatt Cast - Emraan Hashmi, Amyra Dastur, Arunoday Singh Post Your Review 432 152 Movie Review Ek Paheli Leela: Watch it only for hot-bod Sunny Leone Movie Review Detective Byomkesh Bakshy: A convincing and brilliant sepia toned marvel GOSSIP Aishwarya, Shilpa, Shah Rukh: Bollywood stars who double up as HELICOPTER PARENTS Pajamas in Cannes: Sonam Kapoor takes a breather after dazzling at the red carpet OMG: Pictures of Bollywood actors that will shock their star wives OMG: Deepika Padukone invited Katrina Kaif for Piku’s special screening! 10 facts about Sunny Leone that say what BIG hypocrites Indians are! Attention please! Pictures which can make Katrina Kaif and Virat Kohli jealous True or False? KRK claims Karan Johar threatened and bribed him, know why Priyanka Chopra, Akshay Kumar: Awkward pictures of stars that make us go, ‘what were they thinking?’ Bollywood Quiz: Guess who are these adorable star kids breaking the internet Sob Sob: Check out what made top Bollywood stars and cricketers cry in real lives Here's how Salman uses muscle power for his alleged new interest Elli Avram! TRP Report Card: Has Deepika-Anas slap incident led ‘Diya Aur Baati’ slip to 10th position? This Friday, Crime Patrol to pay tribute to Aruna Shanbaug Advertisement Then and Now: This is how stars of Kyunki Saas Bhi Kabhi Bahu Thi have aged in all these years In Pics: Colors launches its new show, ‘Thapki…Pyaar Ki’ Summer Special: 'Amritmanthan' fame Dimple Jhangiani makes fruit salad; view pictures! PHOTOS: The last (funeral) religious rites of Sudha Shivpuri Newly married Ankita Bhargava gears up for big break with Sonakshi Sinha’s Akira PHOTOS: Hiten, Gauri, Mouni, other telly stars pay touching tribute to Sudha Shivpuri TWITTER INSIGHT! Meet the real Jagya aka Shashank Vyas of Balika Vadhu Shudha Shivpuri aka Baa dies at 77 From eating grass to making love to rubber dolls: Anything in the name of 'talent' Star Parivaar Awards 2015: Divyanka Tripathi’s expensive jewelry gets stolen from her vanity van VIEW MORE News India World Money Personal Finance Sports Education Bizarre Election Cities Delhi/NCR Mumbai Bhopal Indore Ahmedabad Jaipur Chandigarh Bangalore Pune Entertainment Bollywood TV Celebs Jokes Photos Interviews Gaming Life Gadgets Luxury Hot Wheels Jeevan Mantra Fashion Relationships Travel Health Mobile Site Group Sites bhaskar.com Largest Hindi Website divyabhaskar.com Largest Gujarati Website divyamarathi.com A Leading Marathi News Website moneybhaskar.comMost comprehensive Business News Website myfmindia.com Radio Division, wholly owned company of Bhaskar group dainikbhaskargroup.com Group Website of India's Largest Newspaper Group About Us Investor Contact Us Advertise with Us Terms of Use Feedback Sitemap Cookie Policy Explore Daily Bhaskar: National News | World News | Market News | Sports | Entertainment | Fashion | Gadgets | Relationship | Astrology | Delhi-NCR | Mumbai | Bhopal | Indore | Ahmedabad | Jaipur | Chandigarh | Bangalore | Pune | MP-Chhattisgarh | Rajasthan | Gujarat | Maharashtra | Uttar-Pradesh | Punjab | Haryana | Bihar-Jharkhand | Buzz | Automobile | Trending Topics | A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z # 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Copyright © 2015-16 DB Corp ltd., All Rights Reserved. Tweet Print Comment Email Tweet Print Comment Email
2015-05-20First arrest made in Kalyan gangrape - The Asian A
First arrest made in Kalyan gangrape May 20, 2015 - Jayprakash S. Naidu | mumbai Share The Kolsewadi police on Monday night made its first arrest in the alleged gangrape of a 20-year-old woman from Bangladesh. The rape victim has fallen sick and has been admitted to a hospital again on Tuesday. Around six more accused are wanted in the case. According to the Kolsewadi police officials in Kalyan (east), they have re-recorded the statement of the girl in detail on Monday and have sprung into action. The arrested accused Akhilesh Singh (26) has been remanded to police custody till May 22 by a local court and the victim has also identified Singh as one of her rapists. According to the police, he also worked as the woman’s pimp. The other rapists wanted in the case also did the same work, they said. On Tuesday, the victim felt a lot of fatigue and was admitted to a hospital in Ulhasnagar. She has not been able to give consistent statement due to the trauma. The cops are waiting for her to be discharged from the hospital so that they can continue with recording her statements. They have also brought in an interpreter as she only speaks Bengali. The victim has told the police that she had been sexually assaulted from time to time. Her case is being investigated by a woman sub-inspector V.K. Pawar. A TTE of the Pathankot Express had alerted Bhopal GRP about the victim lying unconscious in a compartment of the train on May 11 at around 4 pm. The victim has said that four men, after raping her on May 10 around midnight in an area near Kalyan railway station, left her in the Express train. The victim’s clothes and other possessions collected by the Madhya Pradesh police will also be sent to the forensic lab. According to the victim, she was married to one Billa Hussain in Nopara village in Bangladesh and has a one-year-old child. She was abducted from Bangladesh at the age of 15 and brought to Kalyan by a person named Mithun on the pretext of getting her a job. She was sold to Jiju who then sold her to Sonia. Sonia then pushed her into flesh trade. She was confined in a house and was not allowed to go out. The victim currently has no idea about her family members. Post new comment Your name: * E-Mail Address: * The content of this field is kept private and will not be shown publicly. Comment: * Input format Filtered HTML Web page addresses and e-mail addresses turn into links automatically.Allowed HTML tags: <a> <em> <strong> <cite> <code> <ul> <ol> <li> <dl> <dt> <dd>Lines and paragraphs break automatically. Full HTML Web page addresses and e-mail addresses turn into links automatically.Lines and paragraphs break automatically. CAPTCHAThis question is for testing whether you are a human visitor and to prevent automated spam submissions.  Share Tweet MostRead MostCommented MostEmailed Woman dragged for confronting auto-driver A ‘Suite’able life Rajnath Singh meets RSS boss as BJP plans 1-year slogan Delhi government plans big push to green energy Hit-and-run case: Relief for Salman Khan, no jail for now ‘App’y travellers Feel the winds of change, PM Modi tells Chinese CEOs No Articles Found The Kejriwal mantra: Can’t govern, will fight Delhi government plans big push to green energy Steam train run to mark 150 years of Delhi operations Mystery of the extra shoelace hole Kejriwal’s new avatar CAG raps DoT for not acting against telcos Scam hits Airports Authority of India recruitment drive Columnists   Kejriwal’s new avatarS. Nihal Singh Arvind Kejriwal’s transfor-mation from an anti-corruption advocate and street fighter to a shrewd hard-boiled politician is a remarkable Indian political phenomenon without parallel.Britain-EU relationship status: It’s complicatedFarrukh Dhondy “Descartes was wrong: To simply be conscious is not to be; Our constant song Is ‘I must make a mark, acknowledge me!’ The mirrored face Is not sufficient evidence that we Are in the race Horoscope Select your sign Aquarius Aries Cancer Gemini Leo Libra Pisces Sagittarius Scorpio Taurus Virgo capricorn Home India Metros International Business Opinion Sports Entertainment Life & Style Newsmakers Books E-Paper Science + Health About Us Contact Us Career Feedback Copyright © 2011 The Asian Age. All rights reserved.
2015-05-18When a project is declared illegal - Business Stan
When a project is declared illegal Buyers should file a criminal case against the realty firm and also move consumer courts, use social media and create pressure groups Tinesh Bhasin  |  Mumbai  May 18, 2015 Last Updated at 18:58 IST Add to My Page Related News Proposed real estate regulator bill will bring transparency, reduce delays December quarter earnings, proposal to hike FSI boosts real estate stocks Integrated Townships is new mantra for Pune's real estate players Vinayak Chatterjee: Getting real about real estate Real reform of real estate Imagine buying a residence by liquidating crucial investments and taking a huge loan. And when it's time for you to move in, the government declares it illegal. This is exactly what happened with buyers in two separate cases in Noida. In the first one, the developers got all the relevant permission from the Noida Authority. After verifying the papers, even banks tied up with them to offer loans. After four years, as the work in many projects was nearing completion, the National Green Tribunal (NGT) stopped the Noida Authority from giving completion certificates. ALSO READ: Gift your parents a property The reason: they were within a 10-km radius of the Okhla Bird Sanctuary, an eco-sensitive zone. The move affected around 50,000 flat owners. In another case, the NGT found that the developers were not adhering to guidelines of the Ministry of Environment and Forests (MoEF) and were flouting pollution norms during the construction activity. The NGT order to halt the construction has put the fate of 20 projects (80 towers) in a limbo. ALSO READ: Legally bind your property transaction What can you do if caught in a similar situation? According to experts, if the government declares a property illegal, the only option is to approach the court. "In many cases, the authorities issue notices after many years have passed by. The courts take cognizance of this fact and in all previous cases they were lenient to the buyers," says Ashutosh Limaye, national director (research) at JLL India. He explains that the court's underlying principle in such rulings have been that the buyer is not at fault. Although it is the customer's responsibility to first check the permissions a developer has with regard to the project, it's not always possible for them to get a clear picture due to opaqueness in real estate matters. In most cases, the courts have scoffed at the government for delayed action. Property lawyer Vinod Sampat says the first thing one should do is file a criminal case against the realty firm and its directors. At the same time, such buyers should approach the consumer court and also create a pressure group. "They should also use social media and go to the developer's other projects to make others aware of the problems they are facing due to the builder." ALSO READ: 11 common regrets of new home owners Time and again, across cities, property buyers have suffered similar fate either due to the builder's fault or the government stepping in after many years to declare the project illegal. They buy the houses trusting that partner banks have verified the documents before tie-up. They keep repaying the loan without taking possession of the flat. In 2011, for example, about 500,000 residents living in the eastern and western suburbs of Mumbai were asked to shell out extra money for regularisation of their homes on a land classified as private forest land. The forest department had first issued notices to land owners in 1957. Then in 2001, a public interest litigation was filed by an environmentalist group. Subsequently, residents paid ~100 crore as penalty. Similarly, 113,000 buildings were identified as illegal in Ulhasnagar before a special law was passed to regularise most of them in 2006. There's little that one can do about the loan. A banking expert said lenders could not take a lenient view as it would set precedence. They are also answerable to their boards and shareholders. Read more on:    Noida | Moef | Real Estate | Ashutosh Limaye | Jll India | Vinod Sampat | National Green Tribunal | Okhla Bird Sanctuary http://mybs.in/2RvRDbL Copy tiny URL to save and share article. When a project is declared illegal Buyers should file a criminal case against the realty firm and also move consumer courts, use social media and create pressure groups Imagine buying a residence by liquidating crucial investments and taking a huge loan. And when it's time for you to move in, the government declares it illegal. This is exactly what happened with buyers in two separate cases in Noida. Imagine buying a residence by liquidating crucial investments and taking a huge loan. And when it's time for you to move in, the government declares it illegal. This is exactly what happened with buyers in two separate cases in Noida. In the first one, the developers got all the relevant permission from the Noida Authority. After verifying the papers, even banks tied up with them to offer loans. After four years, as the work in many projects was nearing completion, the National Green Tribunal (NGT) stopped the Noida Authority from giving completion certificates. ALSO READ: Gift your parents a property The reason: they were within a 10-km radius of the Okhla Bird Sanctuary, an eco-sensitive zone. The move affected around 50,000 flat owners. In another case, the NGT found that the developers were not adhering to guidelines of the Ministry of Environment and Forests (MoEF) and were flouting pollution norms during the construction activity. The NGT order to halt the construction has put the fate of 20 projects (80 towers) in a limbo. ALSO READ: Legally bind your property transaction What can you do if caught in a similar situation? According to experts, if the government declares a property illegal, the only option is to approach the court. "In many cases, the authorities issue notices after many years have passed by. The courts take cognizance of this fact and in all previous cases they were lenient to the buyers," says Ashutosh Limaye, national director (research) at JLL India. He explains that the court's underlying principle in such rulings have been that the buyer is not at fault. Although it is the customer's responsibility to first check the permissions a developer has with regard to the project, it's not always possible for them to get a clear picture due to opaqueness in real estate matters. In most cases, the courts have scoffed at the government for delayed action. Property lawyer Vinod Sampat says the first thing one should do is file a criminal case against the realty firm and its directors. At the same time, such buyers should approach the consumer court and also create a pressure group. "They should also use social media and go to the developer's other projects to make others aware of the problems they are facing due to the builder." ALSO READ: 11 common regrets of new home owners Time and again, across cities, property buyers have suffered similar fate either due to the builder's fault or the government stepping in after many years to declare the project illegal. They buy the houses trusting that partner banks have verified the documents before tie-up. They keep repaying the loan without taking possession of the flat. In 2011, for example, about 500,000 residents living in the eastern and western suburbs of Mumbai were asked to shell out extra money for regularisation of their homes on a land classified as private forest land. The forest department had first issued notices to land owners in 1957. Then in 2001, a public interest litigation was filed by an environmentalist group. Subsequently, residents paid ~100 crore as penalty. Similarly, 113,000 buildings were identified as illegal in Ulhasnagar before a special law was passed to regularise most of them in 2006. There's little that one can do about the loan. A banking expert said lenders could not take a lenient view as it would set precedence. They are also answerable to their boards and shareholders. Read More Realty check Budget: Rs 30-50 lakhBusiness Standard brings you a snapshot of average current rates and unit sizes in localities that offer property in a price ... http://mybs.in/2RvRDbL Copy tiny URL to save and share article. Add to My Page Recommended for you Advertisements Dell attains market leadership among workstation vendors in India. Leaders should be responsible for organisation and co-workers. 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2015-05-17Man found dead in Thane - Eprahaar
Man found dead in Thane Thane (Maha): A 25-year-old man was found dead below a culvert in Ambegoan village here, police said today. The deceased has been identified as Dhanraj alias P M Baviskar of Ulhasnagar, Assistant Superintendent of Police (Rural) Bacchan Singh told today. The body with stabs marks was found yesterday after which it was sent for post mortem, he said. Prime facie, it appears to be a case of murder, the officer said, adding a case under section 302 (murder) and 201 (causing disappearance of evidence of offence) of IPC and relevant sections of Arms Act has been registered against unidentified persons in this regard. Investigations are underway and efforts are on to nab the accused, he added.
2015-05-16Mumbai: MMRDA plans new rental housing scheme - Mi
Mumbai: MMRDA plans new rental housing scheme By Varun Singh |Posted 2 hours The scheme has failed to take off in various avatars over the past few years; the FSI has now been increased for such rental housing projects The state government’s ambitious rental-housing scheme has made a comeback. Once again, the authorities want the MMRDA (Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority) to implement the scheme via the public private partnership (PPP) mode. UPS Madan, MMRDA commissioner Last year, the MMRDA’s rental-housing scheme had failed miserably, with no takers from private developers. This time, the FSI has been increased for such rental housing projects and either a builder or MMRDA will construct the rental houses. The draft housing policy, which will be released soon, goes into considerable detail over rental housing. This time, the other difference is that the government has asked MMRDA to focus more on connectivity with central business districts, while deciding the location of these proposed projects. According to the policy, rental housing will be developed by the MMRDA by reviving its public-private partnership scheme for rental housing at strategic locations within municipal limits of all municipal corporations within the Mumbai Metropolitan Region (MMR) including the BMC, and also outside the MMR. Last time the projects were planned in places like Karjat and Ulhasnagar. The onus of maintenance will be on the entity constructing the project, either MMRDA or the concerned builder. More FSIMMRDA’s erstwhile scheme will be revised with emphasis on connectivity, livelihood opportunities and civic and social amenities. The FSI for such schemes will be decided by MMRDA, with a minimum of 3 and maximum of 4, on gross plot area. The builder is free to construct other flats in these projects, but 25 per cent of the built-up area has to be reserved for rental housing. In case a builder wants to exceed the FSI of 4 (and the area has a greater permissible index), MMRDA will charge a premium of 60 per cent of the Ready Reckoner rate for these flats. Private developers willing to go ahead with the rental-housing scheme on their land in the MMR will be permitted to implement the scheme as per the modified MMRDA design of this scheme with extra FSI.The draft housing policy states, “MMRDA shall notify within 90 days (of the housing policy being accepted) the details of the revised scheme, which will include the management and maintenance of the rental housing component by either the developer or other suitable agency for a period of 10 years.” MMRDAspeakUPS Madan, MMRDA commissioner told mid-day, “The current status of the rental housing scheme is that we aren’t going ahead with it, but instead focusing on affordable housing. If the housing department asks us to construct or make a new policy on rental housing we will work on it.”
2015-05-16Vasai-Virar civic polls on June 14 - Business Stan
Vasai-Virar civic polls on June 14 Press Trust of India  |  Mumbai  May 16, 2015 Last Updated at 17:22 IST Add to My Page Related News Binning, Elam to skip Vasai-Virar Marathon 15,000 gram pachayats will go to polls this year: State EC Accused in robbery attempt case tries to end life Chargesheet filed against teachers who beat up students Dacoit gang makes unsuccessful bid to crush police vehicle Election to the 115 member Vasai-Virar Municipal corporation will be held on June 14. By-polls to eight seats in six municipal corporations will also be held on the same day. As per the election schedule announced by the state Election Commission today, by-elections to two seats each in Solapur and Malegoan municipal corporation and one each in Ahmednagar, Ulhasnagar, Mira-Bhayander and Parbhani will be held along with the Vasai-Virar civic body polls. The process of filing of nominations will start from May 22. Scrutiny will be done on May 30 while last day for withdrawal of nominations is June 1 and distribution of election symbol on June 2, a release issued by state election commission said. Polling will be held on June 14 from 7.30 AM to 5.30 PM and counting of votes will take place on June 16, it added. Read more on:    Election | Virar | National News http://mybs.in/2RvQHu0 Copy tiny URL to save and share article. Vasai-Virar civic polls on June 14 Election to the 115 member Vasai-Virar Municipal corporation will be held on June 14. By-polls to eight seats in six municipal corporations will also be held on the same day. As per the election schedule announced by the state Election Commission today, by-elections to two seats each in Solapur and Malegoan municipal corporation and one each in Ahmednagar, Ulhasnagar, Mira-Bhayander and Parbhani will be held along with the Vasai-Virar civic body polls. The process of filing of nominations will start from May 22. Scrutiny will be done on May 30 while last day for withdrawal of nominations is June 1 and distribution of election symbol on June 2, a release issued by state election commission said. Polling will be held on June 14 from 7.30 AM to 5.30 PM and counting of votes will take place on June 16, it added. Election to the 115 member Vasai-Virar Municipal corporation will be held on June 14. By-polls to eight seats in six municipal corporations will also be held on the same day. As per the election schedule announced by the state Election Commission today, by-elections to two seats each in Solapur and Malegoan municipal corporation and one each in Ahmednagar, Ulhasnagar, Mira-Bhayander and Parbhani will be held along with the Vasai-Virar civic body polls. The process of filing of nominations will start from May 22. 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2015-05-16In Memoriam: Dr. Indurani Meshri - Tulsa World
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Our 39 years together were made of hard work, love, family, and dreams of improving the lives of others, especially for those who do not have the privilege of knowing any earthly peace, tranquility or joy; yet, have the intelligence, passion and desire we had 49 years ago, in our goals for a better world. Indu, my love, I feel the warmth of your angelic smile, with both of us knowing our life commitment continues, heard from the voices of friends, acquaintances and strangers who enjoy your beautiful Tulsa park, at 31st and Peoria, the college recipients of "Dr. Indu Dayal Meshri Scholarships" at TU, OSU and the University of Idaho, more than 800 students in your Science College and schools in Patan, India, and the needy widows of Ulhasnagar who boost my energy and encourage me to live longer and work harder, so I can continue contributing to the needs of widows, orphan children and homeless elderly people, in your sweet memory. Our children, Gita and Sanjay, 5 grandchildren and JuJu are the symbols of your love. They have been the strongest pillars in my life and have kept me moving this far.My darling Indu, please continue to inspire me, and help light our path of good deeds for the underprivileged people in our society. We miss you, and will cherish you forever.Yours always, with our love, Dayal, Gita, Sanjay, Julie, Mahesh, Asha, Bella, Daya, Aria, Arjan, and your extended family and friends, including at ARC and AFTPL, and in Oklahoma, India, and throughout the world. Discuss Print Posted in In-memoriam on Saturday, May 16, 2015 12:00 am. Updated: 2:09 am. Rules of Conduct 1 Keep it Clean. Please avoid obscene, vulgar, lewd, racist or sexually-oriented language. 2 Don't Threaten or Abuse. Threats of harming another person will not be tolerated. AND PLEASE TURN OFF CAPS LOCK. 3 Be Truthful. Don't knowingly lie about anyone or anything. 4 Be Nice. 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2015-05-16Dr. Indurani Meshri - Tulsa World
Dr. Indurani Meshri - Tulsa World: In Memoriam Sponsored by: Your browser does not support iframes. News Sports Scene Business Communities Blogs Opinion Weekend Weather Photo Video Databases Obits Calendar Store Make us your home page Today's headlines Order a Page Reproduction Subscribe My Subscription E-edition Contact Us Join the conversation Register Local Crimewatch Education State U.S. & World Courts Government Health Religion Births Marriages Divorces Death Notices Obituaries Special Reports Databases Outlook 2015: Business World War II veterans remember COLUMNISTS Jay Cronley Ginnie Graham NEWS BLOGS View Weather World Ginnie Graham The God Blog City Hall Top Story Business booming for Cherokee Nation: Report shows $1.55 billion impact Posted: Sat, May 16, 2015 12:00 am The tribe's economic contribution to northeast Oklahoma has grown more than 50 percent in recent years. 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2015-05-16Vasai-Virar civic polls on June 14 - Niticentral
Vasai-Virar civic polls on June 14 Niti PTI BotStates Author: Niti PTI Bot - May 17, 2015 Share Twitter Facebook Google+ Linkedin Pinterest No comments   Mumbai, May 16 (PTI) Election to the 115 member Vasai-Virar Municipal corporation will be held on June 14.  By-polls to eight seats in six municipal corporations will also be held on the same day.   As per the election schedule announced by the state Election Commission today, by-elections to two seats each in Solapur and Malegoan municipal corporation and one each in Ahmednagar, Ulhasnagar, Mira-Bhayander and Parbhani will be held along with the Vasai-Virar civic body polls.   The process of filing of nominations will start from May 22.  Scrutiny will be done on May 30 while last day for withdrawal of nominations is June 1 and distribution of election symbol on June 2, a release issued by state election commission said.   Polling will be held on June 14 from 7.30 AM to 5.30 PM and counting of votes will take place on June 16, it added. PTI MR NRB .   Disclaimer: This news article was auto-generated by our PTI News algorithm. Information, facts or opinions expressed in this news article are presented as sourced from PTI and do not reflect the views of Niti Central and Niti Central is not responsible or liable for the same. PTI is responsible for accuracy, completeness, suitability and validity of any information in this article. Niti PTI Bot More from this author Facebook Twitter Google+ Linkedin Pinterest Niti PTI Bot On May 17, 2015 Total Shares : 0 00 0 00 NEXT STORY Related Posts Niti PTI Bot May 17, 2015 Chattisgarh Land Acquisition for Private Power Plants upheld Bilaspur, May 16 (PTI) The Bilaspur High Court today upheld the state government’s process of… Read more Share Inclusive India May 17, 2015 Ban all forms of labour employing under-14 children: Satyarthi Bhopal, May 16 (PTI) Nobel laureate Kailash Satyarthi today demanded a complete ban on all… Read more Share Economic Freedom May 17, 2015 Gujarat organic farming policy Ahmedabad, May 16 (PTI) Gujarat government will set up a cell to implement its new… Read more Share Niti PTI Bot May 17, 2015 Delhi University UG Admissions – Process simplified New Delhi, May 16 (PTI) Aiming at simplifying admission process, Delhi University has decided that… Read more Share Niti Central Chattisgarh Land Acquisition for Private Power Plants upheld May 17, 2015 Narendra Modi in Mongolia May 17, 2015 Ban all forms of labour employing under-14 children: Satyarthi May 17, 2015 Defence Manufacturing and “Make in India” – What will it take ? May 17, 2015 Gujarat organic farming policy May 17, 2015 Hindi makes a comeback in Tamil Nadu 397 - June 17, 2014 India's Daughter and BBC - Belgian Professor speaks out 244 - March 11, 2015 Demographic danger! Why Muslim population growth is alarming 190 - March 4, 2014 FDA suspends licence of Johnson & Johnson 184 - April 29, 2013 नितीन निमकर 1) Is it true that the farmer who committed suici... April 23, 2015 RS Evidence that this was stage managed stunt gone w... April 23, 2015 satyananda I agreed with the writer... April 23, 2015 Ganesh When was the last time Rahul Gandhi made a sensib... April 23, 2015 Vissionary Is there any ray of hope for TRIPURA ? Lakhs of ... April 23, 2015 Top Categories Niti PTI Bot(9079)States(3558)Politics(2557)Opinions(2254)International(2202)News Analysis(1517)National Interest(1370)Niti Podcasts(868)Niti Commentary(737)Economic Freedom(604) Top Tags Narendra ModiBJPCongressIndiaPodcastpakistanAAPopinionArvind KejriwalArun JaitleyChinaJammu and KashmirNiti CentralPrime MinisterBarack ObamaniticentralMaharashtraAmit ShahGujaratRahul Gandhi ©2015 Niti Digital Pvt. Ltd.
2015-05-15जल्द ही उल्हासनगर
जल्द ही उल्हासनगर में चलेंगी कल्याण की बसेंMay 15, 2015, 08.30AM ISTShareTweetMy Saved articlesबुकमार्क / शेयर करें FacebookApna Circle Reddit Google Bookmarksऔर बुकमार्कShareTweetमनपा की महासभा में सर्वसम्मति से पास हुआ प्रस्तावअरविंद त्रिपाठी, उल्हासनगरपिछले डेढ़ साल से परिवहन समस्या का सामना कर रहे उल्हासनगर वासियों को जल्द ही इस समस्या से छुटकारा मिलने वाला है। मनपा महासभा में गुरुवार को उल्हासनगर की सड़कों पर 25 मई से कल्याण परिवहन की बसें चलाने का प्रस्ताव सर्व सम्मति से पास किया गया।मनपा ने शहर में बस सेवा शुरू करने के लिए चार साल पहले इसका निजीकरण किया था। शहर में परिवहन सेवा की बसें चलाने का ठेका केस्ट्रल नामक कंपनी ने लिया था। केस्ट्रल कंपनी ने भाड़ा बढ़ाने की मांग को लेकर मनपा की परिवहन सेवा बंद कर दी थी। इससे शहर वासियों को आवागमन में खासी परेशानी का सामना करना पड़ रहा था। आम लोगों की परेशानियों को देखकर जनप्रतिनिधियों ने मनपा की महासभा में केस्ट्रल कंपनी के खिलाफ इस मुद्दे को जमकर उठाया। तब तत्कालीन मनपा आयुक्त बालाजी खतगांवकर ने केस्ट्रल कंपनी को ब्लैक लिस्ट में डाल दिया था।करीब डेढ़ वर्ष से बंद पड़ी परिवहन सेवा वापस शुरू करवाने के लिए आयुक्त ने कई बार निविदा मंगवाई, परंतु किसी ने निविदा नहीं भरी। शहर वासियों की परेशानियों को देखते हुए आयुक्त ने परिवहन महामंडल को पत्र देकर शहर में कुछ बसें चलाने की सिफारिश की थी, परंतु अब तक महामंडल की तरफ से बस सेवा शुरू नहीं की जा सकी है। बस बंद होने से हो रही दिक्कतों को देखते हुए कल्याण-डोंबिवली मनपा की महासभा में गुरुवार को सर्वसम्मति से 25 मई से उल्हासनगर में कल्याण परिवहन की बस सेवा शुरू करने का प्रस्ताव पास किया गया।मोबाइल ऐप डाउनलोड करें और रहें हर खबर से अपडेट।हर ताज़ा अपडेट पाने के लिए NBT के फ़ेसबुक पेज को लाइक करें।ShareTweetMy Saved articlesबुकमार्क / शेयर करें FacebookApna Circle Reddit Google Bookmarksऔर बुकमार्कअपना कॉमेंट लिखें अपने बारे में बताएंआपके कॉमेंट थोड़ी देर बाद अपने-आप साइट पर लाइव हो जाएंगे। हमने फिल्टर लगा रखे हैं ताकि कोई आपत्तिजनक शब्द या कॉमेंट लाइव न होने पाएं। लेकिन अगर किसी कारण ऐसा हुआ तो इसकी सूचना मिलते ही हम उस कॉमेंट को साइट से हटा देंगे। जो पाठक हमारे पैमानों, उपयोग के नियमों व शर्तों, प्राइवसी नीतियों या इस साइट पर लागू होने वाली किसी भी नीति का उल्लंघन करेंगे, उन्हें ब्लॉक कर दिया जाएगा।रजिस्टर / लॉगइन करेरजिस्टर/लॉगइन नहीं करना हो तो बताएंआपका नामआपका ईमेलस्थानहल करें5 + 5 =शुक्रियाअपना कॉमेंट देने के लिये धन्यवाद.वेरिफिकेशन के लिए आपको एक ईमेल भेजी गई है। कृपया उस मेल में दिए गए लिंक पर क्लिक करें।अपना कॉमेंट लिखेंनीचे चार ऑप्शन दिए गए है। हिंदी टाइपिंग (इन्स्क्रिप्ट) जाननेवाले पहला ऑप्शन चुनें। हिंदी टाइपिंग नहीं जानते तो दूसरा ऑप्शन चुनें जिससे आप अंग्रेज़ी अक्षरों में लिखकर हिंदी में टाइप कर सकते हैं – meri raay hai... अपने-आप मेरी राय है...में बदल जाएगा। आप चाहें तो चौथा ऑप्शन चुनकर वर्चुअल कीबोर्ड की मदद भी ले सकते हैं। अगर इंग्लिश में ही लिखना है तो तीसरा ऑप्शन चुनें।नियम एवं शर्तेंआपके कॉमेंट थोड़ी देर बाद अपने-आप साइट पर लाइव हो जाएंगे। हमने फिल्टर लगा रखे हैं ताकि कोई आपत्तिजनक शब्द या कॉमेंट लाइव न होने पाएं। लेकिन अगर किसी कारण ऐसा हुआ तो इसकी सूचना मिलते ही हम उस कॉमेंट को साइट से हटा देंगे। जो पाठक हमारे पैमानों, उपयोग के नियमों व शर्तों, प्राइवसी नीतियों या इस साइट पर लागू होने वाली किसी भी नीति का उल्लंघन करेंगे, उन्हें ब्लॉक कर दिया जाएगा।हिंदी में लिखें (इन्स्क्रिप्ट)| हिंदी में लिखें (अंग्रेज़ी अक्षरों में) | Write in English | वर्चुअल कीबोर्डआपका कॉमेंट लाइव होते ही इसकी सूचना आपको ईमेल से दी जाएगीनीचे नजर आ रहे कॉमेंट अपने-आप साइट पर लाइव होते हैं। हमने फिल्टर लगा रखे हैं ताकि कोई आपत्तिजनक शब्द या कॉमेंट लाइव न होने पाएं। लेकिन अगर ऐसा कोई कॉमेंट लाइव हो जाता है जिसमें अनर्गल व आपत्तिजनक टिप्पणी की गई है, गाली या भद्दी भाषा है या व्यक्तिगत आक्षेप है, तो उस कॉमेंट के साथ लगे ‘आपत्तिजनक’ लिंक पर क्लिक करें। उसके बाद आपत्ति का कारण चुनें और सबमिट करें। हम उस पर कार्रवाई करते हुए उसे जल्द से जल्द हटा देंगे।अपना कॉमेंट खोजने के लिए अपने कीबोर्ड पर एकसाथ crtl और F दबाएं व अपना नाम टाइप करेंकॉमेंट्सछांटें:सबसे नए|सबसे पुराने|बढ़िया|सहमत|असहमतशुक्रियाअपना कॉमेंट देने के लिये धन्यवाद.वेरिफिकेशन के लिए आपको एक ईमेल भेजी गई है। कृपया उस मेल में दिए गए लिंक पर क्लिक करें।अपना कॉमेंट लिखेंनीचे चार ऑप्शन दिए गए है। हिंदी टाइपिंग (इन्स्क्रिप्ट) जाननेवाले पहला ऑप्शन चुनें। हिंदी टाइपिंग नहीं जानते तो दूसरा ऑप्शन चुनें जिससे आप अंग्रेज़ी अक्षरों में लिखकर हिंदी में टाइप कर सकते हैं – meri raay hai... अपने-आप मेरी राय है...में बदल जाएगा। आप चाहें तो चौथा ऑप्शन चुनकर वर्चुअल कीबोर्ड की मदद भी ले सकते हैं। अगर इंग्लिश में ही लिखना है तो तीसरा ऑप्शन चुनें।नियम एवं शर्तेंआपके कॉमेंट थोड़ी देर बाद अपने-आप साइट पर लाइव हो जाएंगे। हमने फिल्टर लगा रखे हैं ताकि कोई आपत्तिजनक शब्द या कॉमेंट लाइव न होने पाएं। लेकिन अगर किसी कारण ऐसा हुआ तो इसकी सूचना मिलते ही हम उस कॉमेंट को साइट से हटा देंगे। जो पाठक हमारे पैमानों, उपयोग के नियमों व शर्तों, प्राइवसी नीतियों या इस साइट पर लागू होने वाली किसी भी नीति का उल्लंघन करेंगे, उन्हें ब्लॉक कर दिया जाएगा।हिंदी में लिखें (इन्स्क्रिप्ट)| हिंदी में लिखें (अंग्रेज़ी अक्षरों में) | Write in English | वर्चुअल कीबोर्डआपका कॉमेंट लाइव होते ही इसकी सूचना आपको ईमेल से दी जाएगी.क्या आपको इस कॉमेंट पर आपत्ति है?नीचे दिए गए कारणों में से किसी एक को चुनें और ‘आपत्ति दर्ज़ करें’ वाले बटन पर क्लिक करें। आपकी शिकायत हमारे मॉडरेटर तक तुरंत पहुंच जाएगी और अगर उन्हें आपकी आपत्ति सही लगी तो इस कॉमेंट को हटा दिया जाएगा।नामआपत्ति का कारण:अभद्र भाषाझूठा/घिनौना आरोपकिसी कम्युनिटी के खिलाफ घृणा भड़कानेवालाअन्यआपकी आपत्ति संपादक तक पहुंचा दी गई है।खबरें मुंबई से2012 के बाद के अवैध निर्माण तोड़ने पर अडिग सिडकोमहिला माफियाओं की स्लम में दबंगईठाणे: बढ़ रही है झोपड़ों की संख्यापहाड़ से बुलावामालगाड़ी के धक्के से व्यक्ति की मौतखबरें अन्य ख़बरें से2012 के बाद के अवैध निर्माण तोड़ने पर अडिग सिडकोमहिला माफियाओं की स्लम में दबंगईठाणे: बढ़ रही है झोपड़ों की संख्यापहाड़ से बुलावामालगाड़ी के धक्के से व्यक्ति की मौतYou are logged in via SSO accountInvite your friends via Facebookआपके मित्र क्या पढ़ रहे हैं?इस सेक्शन में देखेंगे कि आपके दोस्तों ने कौन से आर्टिकल पढ़ें, किन आर्टिकल्स पर कॉमेंट किया, वगैरह...और जानकारी के लिए यहां क्लिक करें. खबरें एक झलक मेंभारतखेल दिल्लीमूवी-मस्तीNBT ब्लॉगमुंबईजोक्स अपना ब्लॉगलखनऊटेकघर-परिवारअन्य शहरऑटोफोटो धमालदुनियाET हिंदीसंडे NBT राशिफल विचारNBT मोबाइलNBT 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2015-05-15Ayushakti Ayurved organises free arthritis check u
Ayushakti Ayurved organises free arthritis check up camp Ayushakti Ayurved organises free arthritis check up camp By EH News Bureau on May 15, 2015 It will be organised at all Ayurved Ayushakti centres in Mumbai, Navi Mumbai and Thane Ayushakti Ayurved has organised a month long initiative for patients suffering from arthritis. A free pulse consultation and arthritis check up camp will be organised at all Ayushakti Ayurved’s centres in Mumbai., Navi Mumbai and Thane. Patients suffering from arthritis, joint pain, osteoporosis, osteoarthritis and sciatica, frozen shoulder, spondylosis can visit Ayushakti centres situated at Dadar, Elphistone Road, Malad, Goregaon,Vile Parle, Koper Khairane, Ghatkopar, Ulhasnagar, Dombivli and Thane between 10 am to 7 pm. The free check up camp started from May 10 and will continue till June 10, 2015. A team of doctors from Ayushakti will be present at all Ayushakti centres to render their services to patients. These doctors have been trained by Dr Smita Naram, MD of Ayushakti Ayurved. Dr Naram said, “Large numbers of patients suffer from excruciating joint pain due to arthritis, which makes walking, standing for a long time and even sitting on the floor a very difficult task. Ayurved treatment which has been prevalent in society for centuries even much before modern medicines came into existence has the power to heal effectively. With 27 years of clinical practice in Ayurved and with the initiative of this arthritis check up camp, I would like to share my knowledge and wisdom with my patients to live a pain free life.” Related ItemsarthritisAyushakti Ayurvedfree health camp ← Previous Story Informatica to provide data integration backbone to Connecticut’s Access Health CT You may also like... Informatica to provide data integration backbone to Connecticut's Access Health CT Gartner: Healthcare providers in India to spend $1.2 billion on IT in 2015 Researchers discover new ways to shut down signals involved in brain diseases Please Wait while comments are loading... FEATURED VIDEOBecoming sedentary is giving birth to NCDs Tweets by @ExpHealthcare Most Popular Makeover for Mumbai Hospitals – The Financial Express‘Hospital expansion in India has become imminent as the norms and needs are changing’ – The Financial ExpressNew care delivery models: Vital signs for healthcare in 2025 – The Financial ExpressGreen Lean Six Sigma Certification Training and other Hospital Management Workshops – The Financial ExpressAnandaloke Hospital & Neurosciences Centre: Committed to provide best healthcare facilities – The Financial Express ABOUT EXPRESS HEALTHCARE Express Healthcare, first published as Express Healthcare Management in January 2000, has grown to become the No.1 Business News Magazine for the healthcare industry. The editorial contents include: news, views, analysis and interviews, under main segments: Market, Strategy, Knowledge, Life, Radiology, Hospital Infra, IT@Healthcare. Besides this, we bring out a quarterly publication, called In Imaging for the radiology and imaging segment. Tags Narendra Modi Bharatiya Janata Party Aam Aadmi Party Arvind Kejriwal Arun Jaitley BSE Sensex India Union Budget Reserve Bank of India Indian Economy Indian rupee Congress Barack Obama Delhi Assembly Polls 2015 NSE Nifty Mobiles Gold Raghuram Rajan Aviation Rahul Gandhi English Premier League SpiceJet Cricket World Cup health news RBI © Copyright 2014: The Indian Express Limited. All rights reserved throughout the world. Feedback Contacts Us Subscriptions Sitemap RSS
2015-05-15Mumbai sees rise in upper respiratory tract & thro
Subscribe to Top News NewsletterGet updates on the most important happening of the dayALSO ON TOIFM Arun Jaitley meets Swiss mi...Kabul hotel attack: Mortal rem...PM Modi arrives in Shanghai...Ranchi: Traffic police constab...Rahul Gandhi addresses public ...Petrol price hiked by Rs 3.13 ...PM Modi attends Yoga-Tai chi j...Kerala: Woman dies in accident...Pollution turning Taj Mahal ye...Chhattisgarh IAS officer pulle...In Beijing, PM Modi and Chines...Bureaucrat accuses Delhi CM Ar...Secret papers reveal Nehru gov...Happy about lie detector test ...This is India's year in China,...Follow the Times of India - City sectionSearch for News SearchRecent Messages ()Characters Remaining: 3000SIGN IN WITHFacebookTwitterEmailOR PROCEED WITHOUT REGISTRATIONShare on FacebookShare on TwitterXSort By:Up VotedNewestOldestDiscussedDown VotedBe the first one to review.We have sent you a verification email. To verify, just follow the link in the messageConnect with usIPL 2015| IPL 2015 ScheduleSubscribe to our NewslettersTop News (Daily)Tech News (Daily)Entertainment (Daily)Life & Style (Daily)Movie Review (Weekly)  LoginIt seems you are already registered with us. Please enter your account details below:User Name:Password:Forgot Password?YOUR FRIENDS' ACTIVITY1of1MOST POPULARRead|Commented|SharedFrom City1.Delhi CM’s images on hoardings to be removed post SC order2.SC stays Kejriwal govt's circular on defamation proceedings against media houses3.She called me dog, tore off buttons: Head constable Satish Chandra4.Two men shot dead at busy market in DelhimoreAcross Times of India1.Stung by its neighbour's reaction, India plays it cool after 2nd quake hit Nepal2.Housing CEO gives staff his shares3.Abortions by U-15 Mumbai girls up 67%4.CBI busts syndicate circulating porn clips on social media, arrests alleged kingpin from BengalurumoreWeather in MumbaiNavbharat TimesSensex rises 66 points to one week highTHE TIMES OF INDIAPowered by INDIATIMESAbout usAdvertise with usTerms of Use and Grievance Redressal PolicyPrivacy policyFeedbackRSSNewsletterTOI MobileePaperSitemapArchivesOther Times Group news sitesThe Economic Timesइकनॉमिक टाइम्स | ઈકોનોમિક ટાઈમ્સPune Mirror | Bangalore MirrorAhmedabad Mirror | ItsMyAscentEducation Times | Brand CapitalMumbai Mirror | Times NowIndiatimes | नवभारत टाइम्समहाराष्ट्र टाइम्स | ವಿಜಯ ಕರ್ನಾಟಕGo Green | NavGujarat SamayLiving and entertainmentTimescity | iDiva | Entertainment | ZoomHealthmeup | Luxpresso | Gadget Reviews | Online SongsInterest NetworkitimesHot on the WebWorld | PoliticsBusiness | SportsEntertainmentScience & TechNew CarsXiaomi MobileMotorola MobileServicesBook print ads | Online shopping | Free SMS | Website design | CRM | TendersMatrimonial | Ringtones | Astrology | Jobs | Tech Community | Property | Buy carBikes in India | Free Classifieds | Send money to India | Used CarsRestaurants in Delhi | Movie Show Timings in Mumbai | Remit to India | Buy MobilesListen Songs | News | Real Estate DevelopersTrending TopicsSamsung Mobile | Micromax Mobile | You Tube | Delhi Travel Guide | Katrina Kaif Photos | Sony Mobile | Hindi Songs | Horoscope 2015 Predictions | Asus Mobile | Facebook | Sunny Leone Photos | Hindi NewsCopyright © 2014 Bennett, Coleman & Co. Ltd. All rights reserved. For reprint rights: Times Syndication ServiceFind this comment offensive?Choose your reason below and click on the Submit button. This will alert our moderators to take actionNameReason for reporting:Foul languageDefamatoryInciting hatred against a certain communityOut of context/SpamOthersYour Reason has been Submitted to the admin.Outpatient departments are swarming with cases of upper respiratory tract, throat and stomach infections as mercury levels continue to soar
2015-05-155 robbed on unguarded Kochuveli-LTT superfast expr
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2015-05-14Unseasonal rain brings a little relief in Kalyan -
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2015-05-10The curious case of Sher Ali alias Fateh Ali - Kas
The curious case of Sher Ali alias Fateh Ali Author Ajoy Bhan - Monday, 11 05 2015 09:35 Comments Related NewsThe curious case of Sher Ali alias Fateh Ali And how my tweaking of names or events doesn’t change the fact that it is dumb to romanticize those who destroyed our Kashmir in 1990. Was his real name Sher Ali or Fateh Ali?  Honestly, I am confused, even my evergreen hedges will shake sincerely and say they have no clue. Half of Srinagar thought his name was Sher Ali, and the other half knew him as Fateh Ali. This at a larger level was apt, because Sher Ali alias Fateh Ali did indeed straddle 2 worlds.  One world, his father’s shop –--Husn’e Beirut ,in proletarian Maisuma Bazaar, and the second world—the more rarified Gupkar Road, where he studied in Burn Hall. To the Maisuma lads, he was Fateh Ali, but in the school records, his name was Sher Ali. A man with 2 names can be excused for being double-faced, but Sher Ali, alias Fateh Ali was a man with many faces. As years passed by, Sher Ali made his mark in Burn Hall School, just as his doppelganger Fateh Ali began making waves in Maisuma. In Burn Hall, his most significant achievement was that he had several forged seals of the school principal, so he was merrily stamping Indian Airlines student concession forms for all of his friends, and their friends, relatives and probably dogs and cats. Not just airline concession forms, Sher Ali Fateh Ali was all set to “stamp” his mark on all walks of life. In a year or two after school, he managed to get appointed as the coach of the state womens’ swimming team, even though he did not know how to swim. One day I asked him about thebreast-stroke, and he laughed as though I had cracked some kind of dirty joke. Sher Ali could do anything. He could persuade sports officials and selectors to include 35-year olds in under-19 teams. An invigilator in the Board exam stayed away from Sher Ali’s desk during the math exam, after track II diplomatic parleys at Mughal Darbar the previous evening. The pity was that even in matters of dishonesty, Sher Ali was utterly dishonest. Sher Ali’s bribes were fake; Made-in-USA (Ulhasnagar Sindhi Association) cans of Charlie perfume, with Charlie spelt as Charley. While his simple, straightforward father spent all the day standing behind the counter at Husn’e Beirut, trying to earn money, by convincing assorted Husna’e Maisuma that Afghan Snow beauty cream was the secret of eternal youth, Sher Ali would slip in to the store and smoothly slide his fat, sweaty fingers in to the till, and steal money. This Sher Ali, Fateh Ali split-personality disorder has many dimensions and manifestations. When our friend was in the Sher Ali mode, he would speak a mix of Kashmiri and Urdulike most of us, laugh with a silly “he-he-he” sound, with one end of the school tie peeping out of his grey trouser’s pocket like a thirsty dog’s tongue. But the Fateh Ali Avatar, which surfaced only in Maisuma, was something else. Here, Fateh Ali would be seen dressed only and only in a black “pent’e” and a black shirt, with the school tie worn in a perfect dimpled knot. Fateh Ali would also speak only in English to folks in Maisuma, while he walked down the crowded bazaar to both, help and loot his simple father. Even his laughter would resonate with a more masculine “Ha HaHa,” once he crossed the India-Maisuma border. This impressed not only the girls in Maisuma, but also some of our “boys” who became famous later. Over time, in Maisuma, Fateh Ali, acquired a reputation for being both educated and intelligent, a man to listen to, a man to be respected, because after all he spoke only in English, So now when Fateh Ali was not standing in for his father at Husn’e Beirut, and convincing some poor woman that the best investment in her marriage would be to drench herself with hyper-seductive Veena Scent, he was figuring out how to occupy the vacant-niche of Miasuma’s resident English-medium ideologue. Fateh Ali soon graduated from selling Libertina bras and panties, to selling the notion of liberty, not out of any belief, but because it seemed a more lucrative business than Husn’e Beirut. One day, I bumped into him near Convent School in one of the lovers’ lanes. He hugged me, then yanked up his shirt, and showed me a black pistol, and bragged about how the famous ,” I-take-revenge-against-Kafirs-by-breaking –spoons-at-Shakti-Sweets,” had gifted it to him. Soon after this, I visit a friend and he tells me that Sher Ali borrowed his mobike for “2 hours,” about a week ago. Not returning things was second nature to Sher Ali Fateh Ali, the problem was that a policeman called Muzaffar, aka Muzza CID, had dropped in at the residence of the family-with-the-missing-bike, asking them who was riding the bike on such and such date. After that day, I decided to stay away from both Sher Ali and Fateh Ali. Things were slowly beginning to look murky in Kashmir.  A man called Hitta Fartate ,one of  the able subordinates of our new hero, ” I-take-revenge-against-Kafirs-by-breaking -spoons-at-Shakti-Sweets,” had started  killing Kashmiri Pandits, the way Arabs shoot bustards in Pakistan. I stepped out of home one day and I noticed this cross mark made with chalk on the gate. I became somewhat intrigued when I saw the same cross mark on the neighbour’s house as well. I soon realize that the cross marks are only present on the walls or gates of KP homes. This didn’t look good. This didn’t look good at all. So I got on to my olive green cycle in search of both, Sher Ali and Fateh Ali, hoping to find either of them, or both of them. Finally in Maisuma, I peep gingerly inside Husn’e Beirut, and I see Fateh Ali arranging blue boxes of Dolche Vita bras and panties on a rack, with pictures of a plump woman on the pack, staring at me frankly,with desire in her eyes. Fateh Ali is bit startled, but he recovers to greet me with the patented Sher Ali “He HeHe,” and a bear hug. I tell him all about the cross mark on my gate, and he listens to me with an air of self importance, like an important Area Commander listening to the grievance of the Khalak. He then tells me to step out , and wait, as he needs to make a few phone calls. I step out in the hope that Sher Ali will soon emerge with a letter, stamped with the forged seal and signatures of DG ISI, certifying that I am a not a mukhbir, and that my home, my olive green cycle, my books and music, and half-finished love-letters, and my life and liberty need to be protected at all costs. Finally, Fateh Ali steps out and calls me in. The air of self-importance has evaporated. The plump woman on the Dolce Vita panty pack looks far more comforting and confident than this wreck of a man. I hear neither the “He HeHe” of Sher Ali, nor the “Ha HaHa” of Fateh Ali. All I can see a silent man, looking even more scared than me. What Fateh Ali tells me is to buy some chalk, and go back home and put cross marks on all the houses in the neighbourhood.I cycle faster through the crowded Maisuma Bazaar, than any man ever did after Kalhana wrote the Rajatarangni, rush inside JK Stationers and scream “Chalk Chalk” as though I was there to buy a life-saving drug for some one I loved more than life. I then cycle furiously back home, and when it gets dark, I crawl from house to house and make cross marks on all houses, afraid like never before in my life, afraid even of my own shadow. I then silently enter my house and hug my willow tree real tight. It is a weeping willow. There is no need to cry.   Sher Ali Fateh Ali’s chalk prescription has failed. I am in exile now, standing outside De Paul’s, located at Indian Oil building in Janpath, getting my only pair of worn-out brown shoes polished. It costs a princely 5 bucks, and the option is to either snack or get your shoes polished. On most days, pride wins over hunger. Just when I am beginning to see my face in the shoe, there is a tap on my shoulder. It’s a rather boring comrade-in-exile. I hear him droning on about this, that and the other, till he hurls a thermo-nuclear device at me. “Chyoneyaar, Sher Ali Fateh Ali rot naPolice’an” My friend, my yaar, Sher Ali alias Fateh Ali had been arrested. Behind the neat boxes of Afghan Snow beauty cream and Veena scent, bunches of Libra safety pins and tin-cans of Cuticura talcum powder, and Libertina Bras and Panties, the Police found stuff that should never have graced Husn’e Beirut. Just as I begin to wonder if the FIR mentioned the plump, well-endowed woman on the Dolche Vita Bra pack as a key case-witness, the shoe shine boy makes a thak-thak sound, signaling the end of my shoe-spa, and whatever was left of my innocence. That night, I catch a bus from Red Fort to Jammu to try and meet Sher Ali Fateh Ali, now residing at Central Jail, Jammu. It is April 1, 1991. On the way, there are moments when I feel like a fool.   Ajoy Bhan is a communications consultant based in Delhi. He is a Kashmiri and insists that he is not a Kashmir expert. 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2015-05-09Suspended Cidco employee booked for raping 26-year
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2015-05-09Four child labourers rescued in Ulhasnagar; three
Four child labourers rescued in Ulhasnagar; three held Press Trust of India  |  Thane  May 9, 2015 Last Updated at 20:07 IST Add to My Page Related News Thane, Palghar ZP polls likely to be announced by Friday Thane civic body asked to act against hospital staff 'Mission Indradhanush' to cover over 1 lakh children in Thane Thane: Over 150 taken ill due to chemical waste in drain Thane treasury office launches portal for fast bill clearance Police have rescued four child labourers working in Chinese food joints in Ulhasnagar town here and arrested three persons for employing them. The Child Protection Unit of Thane Police rescued the minors last night, an official said today. Inspector Madan Ballal, who supervised the raid on food stalls, said all those rescued were below the age of 14 and later sent to remand home. The arrested trio - Suraj Roy, C Manickam and Vicky Mangtani - were booked under relevant sections of IPC, Care and Protection of Children Act, 2000 and Child Labour Prevention Act, 1986, he said. Ballal said the raid was conducted with the assistance of Kalyan Bal Samiti, an NGO active in anti-child labour movement. Read more on:    Thane | National News http://mybs.in/2RvN3Tw Copy tiny URL to save and share article. Four child labourers rescued in Ulhasnagar; three held Police have rescued four child labourers working in Chinese food joints in Ulhasnagar town here and arrested three persons for employing them. The Child Protection Unit of Thane Police rescued the minors last night, an official said today. Inspector Madan Ballal, who supervised the raid on food stalls, said all those rescued were below the age of 14 and later sent to remand home. The arrested trio - Suraj Roy, C Manickam and Vicky Mangtani - were booked under relevant sections of IPC, Care and Protection of Children Act, 2000 and Child Labour Prevention Act, 1986, he said. Ballal said the raid was conducted with the assistance of Kalyan Bal Samiti, an NGO active in anti-child labour movement. Police have rescued four child labourers working in Chinese food joints in Ulhasnagar town here and arrested three persons for employing them. The Child Protection Unit of Thane Police rescued the minors last night, an official said today. Inspector Madan Ballal, who supervised the raid on food stalls, said all those rescued were below the age of 14 and later sent to remand home. The arrested trio - Suraj Roy, C Manickam and Vicky Mangtani - were booked under relevant sections of IPC, Care and Protection of Children Act, 2000 and Child Labour Prevention Act, 1986, he said. 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2015-05-08Mumbai: Army jawan's attempt to juggle two women l
Mumbai: Army jawan's attempt to juggle two women lands him in jail By Vinay Dalvi |Posted 08-May-2015 In a tragicomedy of errors, the jawan, who intended to break up with a police constable and have an arranged marriage with a teacher, ended up marrying the constable, lying to the teacher, and getting arrested An army jawan’s plan to ditch a female constable, whom he was in a relationship with, to go ahead with his arranged marriage with a teacher failed spectacularly when he ended up marrying the constable, lying to the teacher and getting himself and his parents thrown in prison. The police said the jawan, Ananda Sukhdev Bodhak, was in a relationship with the constable and was supposed to have an arranged marriage with the teacher. He wanted to end the relationship with his lover ahead of the marriage, slated for May 7. Bodhak who is a resident of Khopoli and had come home on leave however, feared the consequences of ditching a police constable and ended up marrying her on May 4. Obvious lieBodhak then called his second wife-to-be a teacher and a resident of Ulhasnagar on May 5 and told her that they would have to postpone the marriage as he had been asked to leave for the border immediately. The teacher and her sister, however, suspected Bodhak was lying about the emergency, “since no war was on” and visited his house in Khopoli. They asked his neighbours and found out that he had got married on May 4. They then approached the Vitthalwadi police in Kalyan and got him arrested for cheating. “Bodhak was already in a relationship with the female police constable but wanted to ditch her and carry on with his arranged marriage with the teacher from Ulhasnagar. But, when he realised it would be difficult to leave the police constable as she could complain against him, he married her on May 4 and then told the teacher that he had been called to the border immediately,” said a police official. “The teacher, who had been orphaned as a child, had done all the preparations for the marriage. She had done all the shopping with her sister and had even booked a marriage hall,” said Vijay Dolas, senior police inspector of Vitthalwadi police station. The police have arrested the army jawan, his father, Sukhdev, and mother, Indumati.
2015-05-05SC upholds life sentence awarded to gangster-turne
SC upholds life sentence awarded to gangster-turned-politician Pappu kalaniOUR POLITICAL BUREAU May 5, 2015, 04.51PM IST
2015-05-05SC upholds life sentence awarded to gangster-turne
SC upholds life sentence awarded to gangster-turned-politician Pappu kalaniBy OUR POLITICAL BUREAU | 5 May, 2015, 04.51PM ISTPost a CommentREAD MORE ON » Supreme Court | Sudhakarrao Naik | politician | police bodyguard | Pappu Kalani | Narayan | MayorPappu's entire family has been involved in a number of criminal cases. Pappu’s wife Jyoti, a former Mayor of Ulhasnagar, has faced cases of intimidation and forgery. Their son Omi is an accussed in several assault and extortion cases. Pappu’s brother Narayan also has been accused in a number of murder cases.ET SPECIAL:Love visual aspect of news? Enjoy this exclusive slideshows treat! The Supreme Court today upheld the life sentence given to Ulhasnagar gangster-turned-politician Pappu Kalani for murdering a BJP worker. Kalani had approached the Supreme Court challenging a Kalyan Sessions court order that had convicted him and three of his accomplices for the murder of Inder Bhatija. Inder was gunned down in 1999 in Ulhasnagar in spite of having a police bodyguard. Inder was a prime witness and complainant in the murder of his brother Ghanshyam, who was also allegedly killed by kalani's men in 1990. In 2013, the Kalyan Sessions Court found Kalani and his accomplices guilty and sentenced them to life imprisonment. Kalani's appeal in the Bombay High Court filed in 2014 was rejected and his sentence was upheld by the High Court. On Tuesday, his appeal against life sentence was also rejected by the Supreme Court. Kalani's writ runs large in Ulhasnagar in Thane which he once dominated extensively through muscle power. A former MLA from the Congress party, it was former Congress Chief Minister Sudhakarrao Naik who put a stop to Kalani's activities by having him arrested in 1992. In fact Pappu's entire family has been involved in a number of criminal cases. Pappu's wife Jyoti, a former Mayor of Ulhasnagar, has faced cases of intimidation and forgery. Their son Omi is an accussed in several assault and extortion cases. Pappu's brother Narayan also has been accused in a number of murder cases. READ MORE ON » Supreme Court | Sudhakarrao Naik | politician | police bodyguard | Pappu Kalani | Narayan | MayorFollow this section for latest news on Politics and NationEmailRSSHave something to say? Post your commentComments are moderated and will be allowed if they are about the topic and not abusive.Characters remaining (1500)To post this comment you mustLog In/Connect with:Indiatimes NetworkorFill in your details:Will be displayedWill not be displayedWill be displayedShare this Comment:Post to Facebook Post to Twitter Please answer this simple math question.3 + 1 =Have something to say? 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2015-05-04Mumbai: Developer could land in jail for joining f
Mumbai: Developer could land in jail for joining flats To ensure Mumbai gets affordable housing units and malpractices by developers are curbed, the Maharashtra state housing policy has proposed imprisonment and fine as punishment. According to the proposal, a developer or an occupant found joining smaller flats could be imprisoned for three years and fined 40% of the ready reckoner rate. The policy also contemplates amendment in the MRTP Act for stricter punishment for unauthorised and informal housing in urban areas. Close Home Mumbai Mumbai: Developer could land in jail for joining flats NYOOOZ Mumbai Mon,04 May 2015 Hindustan Times ---- Mon,04 May 2015 16 ---, --- To ensure Mumbai gets affordable housing units and malpractices by developers are curbed, the Maharashtra state housing policy has proposed imprisonment and fine as punishment. According to the proposal, a developer or an occupant found joining smaller flats could be imprisoned for three years and fined 40% of the ready reckoner rate. The policy also contemplates amendment in the MRTP Act for stricter punishment for unauthorised and informal housing in urban areas. The draft policy promises the formation of a housing regulator within three months of the announcement of the final policy. The department has framed the rules, which need to be vetted. Once notified, the authority will have an autonomous tribunal under an officer of the rank of principal secretary. “This will be rolled out in the next couple of months,” said an officer from the department. Under the policy, which is expected to be released by month end, the government has decided to allow the developer to mortgage the land being redeveloped under the slum rehabilitation scheme, cluster redevelopment scheme or redevelopment of Mhada colonies. This will help developers raise funds from the open market. The officers from the housing department are wary of the misuse of such funds. To avoid the recurrence of the amnesty schemes introduced for Dombivli and Ulhasnagar for the regularisation of illegal housing in the MMR, the draft has clarified that no illegal constructions will be entertained in peri-urban areas up to 20 kms from the outer boundary of BMC and 15 kms for smaller municipal corporations. There will be no further regular... Summarise the story Sidebar Tabs Widget Popular Recent Posts - Tab Technology How Google Ruined 'What Time is the Super Bowl? NYOOOZ 14 Aug 2013 Sport Nike's New Cleats to Debut at the Super Bowl NYOOOZ 14 Aug 2013 World 4 Android Tablet Apps to Make Life Simpler Mohammad 27 Aug 2013 Popular Posts - Tab Mehta is new BMC chief Mumbai Mon,27 Apr 2015 Plan to amend Rent Act may hit 5L Mumbai families Mumbai Sat,02 May 2015 Ernakulam Duronto derailment: 4 trains cancelled, 5 diverted Mumbai Sun,03 May 2015 Socialize Footer Bottom Links Home About Us Contact Us Privacy Policy Advertise With Us © Copyright 2015 NYOOOZ, All Rights Reserved
2015-05-04Mumbai: Developer could land in jail for joining f
Mumbai: Developer could land in jail for joining flats Surendra P Gangan, Hindustan Times, Mumbai| Updated: May 04, 2015 17:16 IST To ensure Mumbai gets affordable housing units and malpractices by developers are curbed, the Maharashtra state housing policy has proposed imprisonment and fine as punishment. According to the proposal, a developer or an occupant found joining smaller flats could be imprisoned for three years and fined 40% of the ready reckoner rate. The policy also contemplates amendment in the MRTP Act for stricter punishment for unauthorised and informal housing in urban areas. The draft policy promises the formation of a housing regulator within three months of the announcement of the final policy. The department has framed the rules, which need to be vetted. Once notified, the authority will have an autonomous tribunal under an officer of the rank of principal secretary. “This will be rolled out in the next couple of months,” said an officer from the department. Under the policy, which is expected to be released by month end, the government has decided to allow the developer to mortgage the land being redeveloped under the slum rehabilitation scheme, cluster redevelopment scheme or redevelopment of Mhada colonies. This will help developers raise funds from the open market. The officers from the housing department are wary of the misuse of such funds. To avoid the recurrence of the amnesty schemes introduced for Dombivli and Ulhasnagar for the regularisation of illegal housing in the MMR, the draft has clarified that no illegal constructions will be entertained in peri-urban areas up to 20 kms from the outer boundary of BMC and 15 kms for smaller municipal corporations. There will be no further regularisation of the irregular housing and the necessary amendments would be issued shortly. The policy has assured the strengthening of the existing machinery to curtail unauthorised structures. The government is also contemplating making it obligatory for all the cooperative housing societies to create depreciation fund. Similarly, the collection of the development charges under section 124 of MRTP Act from the new building proposals, will be utilised for the new infrastructure. The urban local bodies, however, are duty bound to publish utilisation of the fund annually. Tagsaffordable housing   also read350 Maharashtra AAP workers resign, back Yadav and Bhushan Locals unite to protect colonies of flamingos visiting Mumbai Mumbai police station shootout: Speak to every cop, Rakesh Maria tells senior officers Mumbai police station shootout: Too much work, too little sleep keeping cops on edge? blog comments powered by Disqus top news Little chance of finding quake survivors, Nepal asks foreign search...Kumar Vishwas denies allegations of 'illicit relationship', accuses...PM Modi debuts on Weibo, told Arunachal Pradesh belongs to China don't miss Future Group's retail business to merge with Bharti RetailGeneral Motors set to storm India as Korea costs climbSensex soars 291 points in early trade on global cuesAditya Birla Group merges apparel biz to form Rs. 5,290-cr entityDave Goldberg, SurveyMonkey CEO and husband of FB's Sandberg, dies editor's pick Star Wars Day: May the fourth be with youNepal quake: This 101-year-old man survived a week by eating flourUP girls say 'no' to unfit grooms and mismatched marriagesIPL Live CSK vs RCB: Bangalore restrict Chennai to 148/9; Raina hits...After damage, Nepal quake-ravaged temple faces threat from looters most Popular Public anger growing in Kathmandu, there's a risk it will boil overGabbar Is Back review: Akshay Kumar takes on corruption in styleRoyal baby shows Britain rulers' strength, but can't hide ageing signs photos Boxing bout of the century: All hail Mayweather The Art of the Brick: Nathan Sawaya's incredibe Lego art We take you inside Delhi's Most Stylish 2015 with these candid shots videos AAP's Kumar Vishwas: 'Illicit relationship' rumours baseless, girl...Kejriwal: Media has accepted 'supari' to finish off AAPTexas police shoot dead two gunmen at Prophet Muhammad cartoon contest india world opinion HT's viewcomment columns blogs authors cities delhigurgaon noidamumbai bhopalchandigarhdehradunindorejaipur kolkatalucknowpatna ranchi sportscricket footballtennisother sports entertainment movie reviews bollywood hollywood regional movies world cinema TV music tabloid lifestyle sex & relationshipshealth & fitnessfashion & trendsart & culturetravelbooksbrunch techtech reviewsgadgetsappssocial media photos india world sports entertainment lifestyle tech autos videos india world sports entertainment lifestyle tech autos education business real estate autos punjab epaper weather Copyright © 2015 HT Media Limited. ht delhi/ncr subscription | about us | contact us | work with us | privacy policy | disclaimer | print ad rates
2015-05-035 traders arrested for copyright violation - Busin
5 traders arrested for copyright violation Press Trust of India  |  Thane  May 3, 2015 Last Updated at 13:07 IST Add to My Page Related News Girl molested by youth in Thane Former Thane District Judge Rajabhau Gawande passes away HC junks PIL challenging bifurcation of Thane district 'Dhol-tasha' competition in Thane district Man gets 7-year RI for killing mother-in-law Five traders from Ulhasnagar township of Thane district were arrested for alleged copyright violation and cheating customers by selling fake products after labelling them under popular brand names, police said. Based on a complaint filed by an official of Titan company, an offence was registered against the five businessmen for allegedly selling bags which had the brand name and its logo inscribed on the products, Assistant Police Inspector M M Jadhav said. They had duped several customers by misusing popular brand names, he said. Bags worth Rs 18.92 lakh having brand names inscribed illegally were recovered from them, he said. Subsequently, traders Anil Punjabi, Satish Shah, Mahesh Gokhalani, Amit Shah and Sunil Chawla, having shops at various locations in Ulhasnagar, were arrested late last night, he said. They have been booked under sections 420 (cheating) read 34 (acts done by several persons in furtherance of common intention) of the IPC and also sections 51, 52 and 63 of the Indian Copyright Act. Further probe is on in the matter, he added. Read more on:    Ipc | Thane | Thane District | National News | Amit Shah http://mybs.in/2RvKGi6 Copy tiny URL to save and share article. 5 traders arrested for copyright violation Five traders from Ulhasnagar township of Thane district were arrested for alleged copyright violation and cheating customers by selling fake products after labelling them under popular brand names, police said. Based on a complaint filed by an official of Titan company, an offence was registered against the five businessmen for allegedly selling bags which had the brand name and its logo inscribed on the products, Assistant Police Inspector M M Jadhav said. They had duped several customers by misusing popular brand names, he said. Bags worth Rs 18.92 lakh having brand names inscribed illegally were recovered from them, he said. Subsequently, traders Anil Punjabi, Satish Shah, Mahesh Gokhalani, Amit Shah and Sunil Chawla, having shops at various locations in Ulhasnagar, were arrested late last night, he said. They have been booked under sections 420 (cheating) read 34 (acts done by several persons in furtherance of common intention) of the IPC and also sections 51, 52 and 63 of ... Five traders from Ulhasnagar township of Thane district were arrested for alleged copyright violation and cheating customers by selling fake products after labelling them under popular brand names, police said. Based on a complaint filed by an official of Titan company, an offence was registered against the five businessmen for allegedly selling bags which had the brand name and its logo inscribed on the products, Assistant Police Inspector M M Jadhav said. They had duped several customers by misusing popular brand names, he said. Bags worth Rs 18.92 lakh having brand names inscribed illegally were recovered from them, he said. Subsequently, traders Anil Punjabi, Satish Shah, Mahesh Gokhalani, Amit Shah and Sunil Chawla, having shops at various locations in Ulhasnagar, were arrested late last night, he said. They have been booked under sections 420 (cheating) read 34 (acts done by several persons in furtherance of common intention) of the IPC and also sections 51, 52 and 63 of the Indian Copyright Act. Further probe is on in the matter, he added. 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2015-05-01Woman Set Ablaze By Husband Over A Family Dispute
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