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2017-03-27Ulhasnagar man killed over Rs 1300 loan - Mumbai Mirror
Ulhasnagar man killed over Rs 1,300 loan Mumbai Mirror | Updated: Mar 27, 2017, 09.55 AM IST An argument over Rs 1,300 be tween two friends devolved into a fatal attack at Kurla Camp area of Ulhasnagar on Sunday. Victim Salim Sheikh, 26, worked as a painter. According to Hill Line police station, accused Santosh Waghmare, who too is a painter, had lent Rs 1300 to Sheikh a month ago. The money soon became the sore point between the two friends.Whenever Waghmare, 26, asked for his money, Sheikh would mock him and not return it, sources said. On Sunday evening, Waghmare went to Sheikh's residence at Ravindra Nagar in Kurla Camp and demanded the cash. But Sheikh mocked him again, this time in front of his friends. READ ALSO: Man held for circulating woman 'morphed' pictures An angry Waghmare threatened him to return the money or face consequences. When Sheikh flatly refused to do so, Waghmare pulled a knife that he had brought with him and stabbed his friend multiple times, killing him on the spot, the police said. After being alerted by Sheikh's friends, the police arrested Waghmare from his house in the same neighbourhood. He has been arrested under Section 302 [murder] of the Indian Penal Code and will be produced in the court on Monday, they said. Constable C Jharkhande told Mirror: "Waghmare said he was upset with Sheikh's repeated refusal to return the money, and was waiting for an opportunity to teach him a lesson.
Ulhasnagar man killed over Rs 1300 loan - Mumbai Mirror
2017-03-22Thane: Stray dog unleashes terror in Ulhasnagar, bites 10 locals - Mid-Day
Thane: Stray dog unleashes terror in Ulhasnagar, bites 10 locals By Faisal Tandel Posted 22-Mar-2017 A local applies medicine on civic worker Kanaiya's injury A stray dog scared the hell out of the residents of Ulhasnagar on Monday morning, as it went on a biting spree and left 10 people, including four kids injured. On being informed, the Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation (UMC) immediately sent a team to the spot. It took the workers three hours to catch hold of the canine and sterilize it. The stray had also attacked Class 1V UMC officer Anand Vavalu School kids attackedAccording to sources, the dog started following and attacking people around 7am. The injured people include Sunil Surve from Defense Colony, Class 1V UMC officer Anand Vavalu and a civic worker Kanaiya. Two women, who were filling water outside their house, were also attacked. The victims hail from different areas like Sunash Tekdi, Ashokvan Colony, Sawantwadi, Defense Colony and Nalanda. "The dog even bit into the clothes of several people. The residents were so scared that they tried to hit the canine with sticks, but it did not help. The situation became worse when the dog attacked four school children," said a local. Civic workers caught hold of the canine and three other dogs that were bitten by it. Official says: Speaking to mid-day, assistant municipal commissioner Ganesh Shimpi said, "Around 10 am, a local Pramod Dalvi informed me about the stray attacking people. I immediately informed the head of the health department Dr Raja Rijhwani about it. Thereafter, a team was sent to catch the canine and sterilize it." Municipal commissioner Sudhakar Shinde was also informed about the incident. Speaking on condition of anonymity, a UMC official said, "The canine also bit three other dogs in the area. We have caught hold of those as well. Some of the injured people have been admitted to a civic hospital, while the others were taken to a private hospital."
Thane: Stray dog unleashes terror in Ulhasnagar, bites 10 locals - Mid-Day
2017-03-22Mumbai Crime: Battle for best vada pav costs man his life after rival sets him on fire - Mid-Day
Mumbai Crime: Battle for best vada pav costs man his life after rival sets him on fire By Faisal Tandel Posted 22-Mar-2017 A 49-year-old vada pav shop owner, who suffered grievous burns after his business rival set him on fire on Monday, died early this morning. The Vitthalwadi police have registered a murder case and are currently looking for the absconding accused. According to the police, the victim, identified as Chandralal Ramrakhyani, had been selling vada pav and other snacks at the Mumbai Mahalaxmi Vada Pav centre in Ulhasnagar for the last two years. Ramrakhyani had rented the shop, which is located on the east of Ulhasnagar railway station. Victim Chandralal Ramrakhyani The accused, Suresh Ahuja, had been running the same business at the shop two years prior to this. However, he couldn't keep the business afloat. "We are not aware of what led Ahuja to shut shop, but many claimed that he wasn't too happy that Ramrakhyani's business had taken off so well. Ahuja would visit the shop often and ask him to stop selling snacks. But, Ramrakhyani did not take him seriously," said Surendra Shirsat, senior police inspector, Vitthalwadi police station. Ahuja also wanted to set up a stall in front of the shop, but Ramrakhyani had been opposing the same. On Monday, Ahuja visited the shop again. However, this time, he poured kerosene over Ramrakhyani and set him on fire, before running away. The victim was rushed to a local hospital. "Since he suffered 100 per cent burns, he was later shifted to the Airoli Burn Centre in Navi Mumbai, where he succumbed to his injuries yesterday morning," said another police officer. "We have filed a murder case against the accused," added Shirsat.
Mumbai Crime: Battle for best vada pav costs man his life after rival sets him on fire - Mid-Day
2017-03-21Man sets lover on fire, he lands in hospital as she holds on to him - Times of India
Man sets lover on fire, he lands in hospital as she holds on to him Pradeep Gupta | TNN | Updated: Mar 22, 2017, 06.05 AM IST A lovers tiff turned deadly for a couple as the man tries to burn his girlfriend alive.The woman succumbed while the man sustained grevious injuries. ULHASNAGAR: A 30-year-old woman was set ablaze allegedly by her lover at a garment store in Ulhasnagar on Tuesday where the two worked. While Parvati Mehetre died, her lover, Narasimha Talari (40), has been admitted to hospital in a critical condition after suffering 80% burn injuries. On Tuesday afternoon, Mehetre and Talari were the only two present at the shop located in Sona Market. "The man said that they got into an argument but we do not know the details yet," said a police officer. "Talari says he set her on fire. Mehetre then caught hold of Talari, causing him to suffer burn injuries," said the police officer. A few people who saw smoke billowing from the store, called the fire brigade. Firemen found Mehetre's body and Talari lying injured. Senior inspector Shakil Shaikh said that the two who were in a relationship and probably had a dispute. The police said that Talari had planned to kill Mehetre as he had smuggled petrol to the shop. An accidental death report has been filed for now.
Man sets lover on fire, he lands in hospital as she holds on to him - Times of India
2017-03-21Mumbai: Vada pav seller set ablaze in Ulhasnagar; 1 booked | Free ... - Free Press Journal
Mumbai: Vada pav seller set ablaze in Ulhasnagar; 1 booked By Smita Mishra, Mar 21, 2017 04:02 am Ulhasnagar:The Vitthalwadi police station booked one person for attempt to murder for setting ablaze a vada pav stall owner on Monday afternoon.The incident took place at Vitthalwadi at Ulhasnagar. The victim Chander Jivandas Ramrakshani (61) was set ablaze by the accused Suresh. Suresh hadhanded over the vada pav stall to the accused Ramrakshani a few months ago. Later, Suresh asked Ramrakshani to hand over the stall to him but he refused. In a fit of rage, Suresh poured kerosene over Ramrakshani and set him and his stall ablaze. Ramrakshani was admitted to Central hospital at Ulhasnagar. He has suffered 81 percent burns.
Mumbai: Vada pav seller set ablaze in Ulhasnagar; 1 booked | Free ... - Free Press Journal
2017-03-21Woman dies of burn injuries in Ulhasnagar - Business Standard
Woman dies of burn injuries in Ulhasnagar Press Trust of India | Thane March 21, 2017 Last Updated at 21:57 IST A woman died, while a man sustained serious burn injuries at a commercial complex in Ulhasnagar today, police said. The deceased lady has been identified as Parvati Mhetre (40), police PRO Sukhada Narkar said. Narsimhan Talari (50) who was suffered serious burn injuries is undergoing treatment at hospital, said police. "We do not have any details of how both they sustained burn injuries. It is still not known if it is a suicide attempt or something else. We will know the details after the injured person is in a position to speak," police said. "From the information that we have gathered we came to know that both of them are residents of Ambernath," they added. As of now a case of accidental death has been registered, police said.
2017-03-21Woman dies of burn injuries in Ulhasnagar : PTI feed, News - India ... - India Today
Woman dies of burn injuries in Ulhasnagar PTI March 21, 2017 UPDATED 21:55 IST A woman died, while a man sustained serious burn injuries at a commercial complex in Ulhasnagar today, police said. The deceased lady has been identified as Parvati Mhetre (40), police PRO Sukhada Narkar said. Narsimhan Talari (50) who was suffered serious burn injuries is undergoing treatment at hospital, said police. "We do not have any details of how both they sustained burn injuries. It is still not known if it is a suicide attempt or something else. We will know the details after the injured person is in a position to speak," police said. "From the information that we have gathered we came to know that both of them are residents of Ambernath," they added. As of now a case of accidental death has been registered, police said.
Woman dies of burn injuries in Ulhasnagar : PTI feed, News - India ... - India Today
2017-03-20Vada pav seller in Mumbai set on fire - Hindustan Times
Vada pav seller in Mumbai set on fire mumbai Updated: Mar 21, 2017 00:34 IST Arvind Walmiki Hindustan Times Vithalvadi police inspect the spot where the owner of Mumbai Mahalaxmi Jumbo Vada bhaji pav centre was set alight. A 50-year-old man was set on fire for operating a vada pav shop at Ulhasnagar station on Monday.The victim was identified as Chandarlal Ramratyani and was a resident of Ulhasnagar. When Ramratyani opened his shop in the morning, accused Suresh came with a bucket of kerosene and started abusing Ramratyani. All of a sudden Suresh doused him with the fuel and set him on fire, said inspector A Choudhary from Vitthalwadi police station. During investigation, the police found that Suresh used to run a vada pav stall at the exact spot where Ramratyani was currently running his, but he had to shut it down. A police source said that a few months after shutting the stall when Ramratyani opened his vada pav stall on the spot, Suresh could not tolerate it. He had purportedly even asked Ramratyani to shut his stall as he wanted to reopen his at the same spot. But, Ramratyani refused so Suresh decided to kill him. When Ramratyani was set ablaze, his customers fled while his co-workers doused the fire and rushed him to a hospital. Ramratyani was taken to a hospital and later shifted to National Burns Centre at Airoli, said Choudhary. The police said that Ramratyani suffered 85% burn injuries and his condition was critical. They have identified the alleged accused and have formed a team to trace and arrest him. He is a resident of Ulhasnagar and has been booked for murder.
Vada pav seller in Mumbai set on fire - Hindustan Times
2017-03-16Residents on hunger strike to protest Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation chief’s transfer - NYOOOZ
Residents on hunger strike to protest Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation chief's transfer TOI Thane Fri,17 Mar 2017 ULHASNAGAR: Residents and activists in Ulhasnagar have decided to go on an indefinite hunger strike from Friday to protest against the sudden transfer of Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation commissioner Rajendra Nimbalkar. He was transferred to Panvel Municipal Corporation (PMC) within five months of taking charge of the Ulhasnagar civic body.The Ulhasnagar Citizens Forum will go on a hunger strike outside the UMC headquarter till the transfer orders are revoked. Satyajeet Burman, an activist, said,"It's been just five months since Nimbalkar has been at the helm of the affairs. But the positive changes ushered in by the civic chief in the form of development of the township is spectacular. We want him to stay at any cost."Some citizens have even started an online campaign in favour of Nimbalkar on social media. They have also sent emails to Prime Minister Narendra Modi and chief minister Devendra Fadnavis demanding termination of the transfer order.
2017-03-16Residents on hunger strike to protest Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation chief's transfer - Times of India
Residents on hunger strike to protest Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation chief's transfer Pradeep Gupta | TNN | Updated: Mar 17, 2017, 03.55 AM IST ULHASNAGAR: Residents and activists in Ulhasnagar have decided to go on an indefinite hunger strike from Friday to protest against the sudden transfer of Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation commissioner Rajendra Nimbalkar. He was transferred to Panvel Municipal Corporation (PMC) within five months of taking charge of the Ulhasnagar civic body. The Ulhasnagar Citizens Forum will go on a hunger strike outside the UMC headquarter till the transfer orders are revoked. Satyajeet Burman, an activist, said,"It's been just five months since Nimbalkar has been at the helm of the affairs. But the positive changes ushered in by the civic chief in the form of development of the township is spectacular. We want him to stay at any cost." Some citizens have even started an online campaign in favour of Nimbalkar on social media. They have also sent emails to Prime Minister Narendra Modi and chief minister Devendra Fadnavis demanding termination of the transfer order. Some politicians too have extended their support to the campaign. Ulhasnagar MLA Jyoti Kalani met chief minister Devendra Fadnavis on Wednesday. Kalani said, "The CM has assured me that he will reinstate Nimbalkar after elections get over in Panvel civic body in six weeks."
2017-03-14Two sonography centres sealed - Times of India
Two sonography centres sealed TNN | Updated: Mar 15, 2017, 02.11 AM IST KALYAN: The Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation has sealed two sonography centres at a state-run maternity hospital in Ulhasnagar-4 for not having a radiologist to operate the machines. The action comes on the heels of the Sangli abortion racket. UMC health officer Dr Raza Rizwani said the centres would remain sealed till a radiologist was appointed. The post has been vacant for a year at the hospital that gets 80 to 100 patients daily.
2017-03-11Party Poopers! In Ulhasnagar, authorities catch three defecating in ... - Mid-Day
Party Poopers! In Ulhasnagar, authorities catch three defecating in the open By Faisal Tandel Posted 11-Mar-2017 The UMC has been encouraging people to use public toilets Since the city was declared open-defecation free last year, municipal authorities have been making efforts to encourage usage of public toilets, but party poopers won't stop their habit of defecating in the open. The Ulhasnagar police fined three such men on Wednesday when they were found answering nature's call outside the toilet. A team made by the Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation (UMC) consisting of UMC inspectors Vinod Keni and Eknath Pawar to track people indulging in open defecation found the men - Pappu Ghod (26) and Raju Pawar (27) - in an open ground opposite Chandani Law College. A case was registered against the labourers at the Central police station in Ulhasnagar. Pawar and Ghod were produced in court and released after they paid a fine of Rs 1,200, said a UMC official. Similarly a 17-year-old boy too was caught by the team. While no case was registered against him, he was fined Rs 200 and released. Rajendra Nimbalkar, UMC commissioner said that the campaign would go on for a month. We want to make the city free of open defecation. We made public toilets available for people, but they continue doing the same [defecate in the open]. We are trying our best and make the city clean. Around eight to 10 teams have been formed to conduct the survey and book people. The Navi Mumbai Municipal Corporation (NMMC) has a similar program in place since the last year. It has formed eight teams in eight wards to conduct a daily survey. Any person caught is asked to pay a fine of Rs 1,200. If anyone is not able to pay the fine, he is handed over to the police and after being produced in court, asked to pay the fine, said an official from NMMC.
Party Poopers! In Ulhasnagar, authorities catch three defecating in ... - Mid-Day
2017-03-09Bail for three arrested in burglary case at Ulhasnagar gold loan firm - Times of India
Bail for three arrested in burglary case at Ulhasnagar gold loan firm Nishikant Karlikar | TNN | Updated: Mar 10, 2017, 12.59 AM IST THANE: A magistrate court in a recent order granted bail to three of the accused arrested in connection with the theft at the Manappuram gold loan company branch in Ulhasnagar in December. Judicial Magistrate First Class Chandrashila Patil observed that no purpose would be served by keeping the three behind bars. The police, in January, had arrested the three, Mustafa alias Akhtar Samsher Shaikh (44), Khadaksingh alias Ramesh Gangaram Ahuja (28) and Manoj Saud (35), along with three others. The theft had occurred in the intervening night of December 25 and December 26. The thieves had decamped with 28.68 kg gold ornaments worth Rs 7.22 crore. Advocate Satish Mistry, counsel for the three, said they were falsely implicated and their custody was not required for inquiry. "Also, they are not habitual offenders ... ," Mistry said. The magistrate ordered their release and directed that they not leave the state without court permission.
2017-03-08Mumbai: Ulhasnagar civic body receives 600 photos from voters seeking property tax rebate - The Indian Express
Mumbai: Ulhasnagar civic body receives 600 photos from voters seeking property tax rebate It is the first such initiative taken up by a civic body in the Mumbai Metropolitan Region to increase voter turnout in the recent past. Written by Vishwas Waghmode | Mumbai | Published:March 9, 2017 2:36 am The move was aimed at increasing the voter turnout in the polls, say officials. The Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation (UMC) has received 600 photos from people who cast their votes to avail the 25 per cent discount offered in the property tax bills. Officials from the civic body said that the photos are being scrutinised now. During the civic polls last month, the municipal corporation had appealed the voters to share their selfies with the civic body to get 25 per cent discount on property tax. The move was aimed at increasing the voter turnout in the polls, say officials. Watch What Else Is Making News: It is the first such initiative taken up by a civic body in the Mumbai Metropolitan Region to increase voter turnout in the recent past. According to the civic body's plan, the it would select only the best 100 selfie photos, five from each of the 20 panels, for the property tax discount. Also, the corporation has said priority would be given to those who would share share family or group photos. In all, there are 78 corporators in the civic body. We have received more than 600 such photos on the voting day in last month. Now, the concerned department has been tasked with the job of scrutinising the best 100 photos which also includes selecting five from each 20 panels. The work of scrutinising is going on and we hope to finalise the names by the end of this month, said Rajendra Nimbalkar, municipal commissioner of UMC. Nimbalkar added that the innovation idea was floated using his discretionary powers given in the municipal act. As per the provisions of the municipal act, I can implement such a plan,” he added. However, officials further said the total discount amount is not yet finalised. First, we will have to select the people and their photos. Then, we will have to look at the property tax bills that they pay. The bill amount may vary from person to person. So, we will get the exact figure only after the entire exercise is complete, said an official.
Mumbai: Ulhasnagar civic body receives 600 photos from voters seeking property tax rebate - The Indian Express
2017-03-07Babu booked for death due to civic work - NYOOOZ
Babu booked for death due to civic work TOI Mumbai Tue,07 Mar 2017 ULHASNAGAR: A year after a 40-year-old man died after a part of a building collapsed on him during widening of Kalyan-Badlapur road in Ulhasnagar, assistant commissioner of Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation Ajit Govari , has been booked for causing death by negligence. A police probe has found that Govari, who was leading demolition drive, had razed a part of the building while a portion was hanging on the second floor. This part fell on Ashok Pal as he was passing by on his scooter.While a case has been registered, no arrest has been made. A former civic official, Prakash Kukreja, said other senior officials supervising road-widening should also be booked.
2017-03-06Mumbai: Pakistani national arrested for killing live-in partner - Free Press Journal
Mumbai: Pakistani national arrested for killing live-in partner Mumbai: The Ulhasnagar police arrested a Pakistani national for killing his live-in-partner since she did not divulge to the accused that she was an HIV patient. Suraj Prem Seeju (22), a Pakistani national was arrested by the Ulhasnagar police on Saturday. He was produced at the Magistrate court and remanded to police custody of four days. Seeju worked as an autorickshaw driver at Ulhasnagar. Seeju had moved to Ulhasnagar from Pakistan in 2014. According to Shakeel Shaikh, Senior Police Inspector, Ulhasnagar police station, Seeja was not aware that Jagtap was an HIV patient. Once he found out that he had contracted the disease, he fought with her frequently. In August last year, Seeju had found out that Jagtap was already married and had two children. Due to which fights escalated often between them. On Monday morning, Seeju called Jagtap on her mobile phone number and asked her to meet him at Gol Maidan at Ulhasnagar. He slit her throat with a sharp knife and then fled away from the scene. We had received a tip-off that Seeja would be visiting Shanti nagar at Ulhasnagar at Thane. We laid a trap and nabbed him. During interrogation, Seeju confessed to his crime. We recovered the murder weapon from him, said Shaikh. Seeju has been arrested for murder under Section 302 of the Indian Penal Code.
Mumbai: Pakistani national arrested for killing live-in partner - Free Press Journal
2017-03-05Mumbai Crime: 'Jealous' Pakistani stabbed 'alcoholic' girlfriend to death in Ulhasnagar - Mid-Day
Mumbai Crime: 'Jealous' Pakistani stabbed 'alcoholic' girlfriend to death in Ulhasnagar By Vinay Dalvi Posted 2 hours The Ulhasnagar police solve mystery surrounding discovery of 26-year-old woman's body in a playground with arrest of Pakistani national. The two had been living together for almost two years; jealousy has emerged as motive for the crime. Vandana Jagtap who was murdered and Suraj Shijanani, the Pak national Vandana was living in with. The Ulhasnagar police have solved the mystery surrounding the discovery of the body of a 26-year-old woman in a playground, with the arrest of a Pakistani national. The police said the woman was in a live-in relationship with the man. who has been living in the country for the past five years. On February 27, the Ulhasnagar police had found the body of Vandana Jagtap at the Gol Maidan. She had been stabbed several times. "We later found out that Vandana has two children, a seven-year-old daughter and a 10-year-old son. She had been married to one Deepak Jagtap, but as they did not get along, she moved in with Suraj Shijanani one-and-a-half years ago," said Shakil Shaikh, senior inspector of Ulhasnagar police station. The police also learnt that Shijanani had gone missing ever since the murder. On Saturday morning, the cops got a tip-off that Shijanani was planning to flee and caught him from Ulhasnagar station. "He has confessed that he killed Vandana as he suspected she was being unfaithful to him and also because she used to harass him for money as she was an alcoholic," said Shaikh.
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