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2014-12-21Big catch for ACB, arrests Ulhasnagar ACP - Free p
Big catch for ACB, arrests Ulhasnagar ACP Big catch for ACB, arrests Ulhasnagar ACP — By FPJ Bureau | Dec 21, 2014 12:03 am Mumbai: The Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB), on Saturday, arrested the Assistant Commissioner of Police (ACP) of Ulhas-nagar division, Subhash Khade (57) and his orderly Bharat More (56) for allegedly demanding and accepting a bribe from a 50-year-old hotelier. The hotelier, a resident of Dombivali, in his complaint said that Khade had demanded a bribe of Rs. 40,000 in order to give him permission to run a computerised video game parlour. More was nabbed by the ACB when he accepted the bribe behalf of Khade from the complainant on at 7.30 pm at the ACP Ulhasnagar office. emailprint « Previous Article 'The Lunchbox' honoured as best feature film by Toronto film critics Next Article » Govt official has the right to talk to press: Devyani kin Tagged with: Anti Corruption Bureau ulhasnagar Related Articles CM nod to ACB probe against 3 NCP leaders Dec 13, 2014 02:35 am Two Thane civil hospital employees in ACB net Dec 09, 2014 12:17 am Cops Grope In Dark, No Arrests Yet Dec 02, 2014 12:25 am Toxic fumes choke Ulhasnagar Nov 30, 2014 02:37 am Leave a reply Cancel Your email address will not be published. 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2014-12-21Sena worker, aides slap kissing couples - Times of
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2014-12-207 held for forcing minor sisters into marriage - T
Subscribe to Top News NewsletterGet updates on the most important happening of the dayALSO ON TOIKejriwal woos slum dwellers, s...Akhilesh asks officers to ensu...Amit Shah demands account of C...Tejas' naval version completes...CBI arrests Odisha DSP in chit...Bihar panchayat bans jeans and...2 NYPD officers shot inside pa...NYC cops quite simply, assassi...Russian surfers frave icy cold...Scuba diving Santa off Florida...PM Modi tops Harvard Universit...Burdwan blast accused sent to ...Jharkhand assembly polls: Fina...Indian Navy's globe-trotting v...UP: Seven killed in a road acc...Follow the Times of India - City sectionSearch for News SearchRecent Messages ()Characters Remaining: 3000SIGN IN WITHFacebookTwitterEmailOR PROCEED WITHOUT REGISTRATIONShare on FacebookShare on TwitterXSort By:NewestOldestDiscussedUp VotedDown 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.Postgraduate student throws acid on lecturer for not marrying her2.After suicide bid, evicted Puducherry sister alleges rape3.'Shaken, snakes showing up in Delhi’4.Youth dies as mobile phone explodes during chargingmoreAcross Times of India1.Devyani Khobragade shunted from MEA for her statements to media2.Pakistan executes militants and bombards tribal areas3.PK4.Lack of veg dish: Angry Ishant Sharma leaves Gabba at lunch on Day 3moreQUICKSTIR 7 Kheer Recipes To Cure 'Rampal Kheer Phobia'9 Great Philosophers And Their Inspiring Quotes!Powerful Poem On Our Obsession With Validation!Let's Honour These 7 Real Men On Int'l Men's Daymore from QuickStir»Weather in MumbaiAllTOIMy ProfileSign into earn your BadgesKnow more about Times PointsSensex 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 ReviewsGuylife | Online SongsInterest Networkitimes | EmailHot on the WebWorld | PoliticsBusiness | SportsEntertainmentScience & TechNew CarsServicesBook print ads | Online shopping | Free SMS | Website design | CRM | TendersMatrimonial | Ringtones | Astrology | Jobs | Tech Community | Property | Buy carBikes in India | Deals | 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 TopicsWatch TV Shows | Photogallery | You Tube | Delhi Travel Guide | Katrina Kaif Photos | Best Android Phones | Hindi Songs | Gosf 2014 | iPhone 6 Price | Facebook | Sunny Leone PhotosCopyright © 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 police probing the attempt to suicide by a 14-year-old before she was to get married at a Ulhasnagar hall have found that her elder sister, who got married the same day, too is a minor.WATCH LIVE TVx
2014-12-20Two cops held in a bribery case - Business Standar
Two cops held in a bribery case Press Trust of India  |  Thane (Maha)  December 20, 2014 Last Updated at 23:50 IST Add to My Page Related News Woman, infant killed, 10 injured as tree falls on slum huts Oil Co, insurer asked to pay Rs 10L for gas leakage death Around 60 lakh voters to cast franchise in Thane Santosh Kumar Singh of WR, Jadhav win Thane marathon Thane, Palghar ZP polls likely to be announced by Friday Two policemen, including an Assistant Commissioner of Police posted at the Thane Police Commissionerate were today arrested for demanding and accepting bribe of Rs 40,000. "ACP of Ulhasnagar Division S M Khade and Police constable Bharat Baburao More of Ulhasnagar police station on deputation to the office of the ACP were trapped while accepting a bribe of Rs 40,000 from a person for doing an official favour," Additional Superintendent of Police, Anti Corruption Bureau (ACB) Thane Unit, Srinivas Ghadge said. The bribe had been demanded from the complainant to grant him permission from the ACP to start a video parlour. The complainant approached the ACB and lodged a complaint, after which a trap was laid in the office of the ACP. Around 7.50 pm, More was caught red-handed receiving the bribe amount on behalf of the ACP and the duo was arrested, the ACB said. Read more on:    Thane | Bharat | National News http://mybs.in/2QjgZj6 Copy tiny URL to save and share article. Read More Mamata congratulates ATK on ISL victory West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee today congratulated Atletico de Kolkata for winning the maiden Indian Super League beating Kerala Blusters ... http://mybs.in/2QjgZj6 Copy tiny URL to save and share article. Add to My Page Advertisements Guard your data with secure Latitude business Ultrabook™ from Dell.eTerm plan with 1Cr cover @Rs17.26*/day. Buy now?.Shriram Chiripingwoods Apartment,Harlur SarjapurAre you a Ready Business Find out with the Readiness ScorecardNew Thinking New Possibilities. Life is brillant. Click to know moreLeading Growth Through Customer Centricity-India.Investing in mutual funds is a lot like making friendsDiscover Incrediable Experiences with Gold Passport. Click herePresenting Dell's most powerful workstation. Know moreLook more professional with custom email from Google Apps. Back to Top Quick Links PTI International Stories PTI National Stories PTI Sports Stories PTI Entertainment Stories Go Advertisement Latest News All NewsIn this section300x100 Huawei banks on own patents to churn out 4G handsets at lower cost News Corp acquires BigDecisions.com Strengthen BJP in seven coastal states to be in Centre for long: Shah to party workers McDonald's is charged with punishing workers N Korea says did not hack Sony, wants joint probe with US A Marwari treat for vegetarians Bengaluru's heritage markets to give way to faceless malls ISIS executes 100 foreigners who were trying to quit Market forces are what drive film awards: Mahesh Bhatt In Aligarh, all is calm, for now Sony hacking treated as serious national security matter: US Xi, Modi, Merkel top performing leaders: Survey EU court strikes Hamas from terror blacklist Satyarthi's autographed chair, Amartya bicycle at Nobel museum Belgian police: Four armed men enter house in Ghent I should have won more titles this year: Saina PMs shouldn't go abroad for entertainment value: Kejriwal New drug provides fresh hope for cancer patients Computers may soon use light instead of wires to carry data Federer fans feel let down with low returns on IPTL tickets Most Popular ReadSharedCommented PK is second biggest non-holiday opener in Bollywood at Rs 26.6 cr Flipkart's 'Big Billion Day': From behind the scenes Flipkart now valued at $11 bn after raising another $700 mn New York fracking ban is bad news for RIL, shale gas producers Modi among top 4 popular world leaders: Study Shyamal Majumdar: Do you have any questions? Mahabharat takes Indonesia by storm ED slaps notice to StanChart, TMB for FEMA violations Aerospace industry body pushes to accelerate 'Make in India' Book Review: Indian heritage and its Jewish influences Newsmaker: Kalanithi Maran Jaitley may need Rs 1-lakh-cr spending cut to meet fiscal deficit target Jaimini Bhagwati & Abheek Barua: Yes, the rupee is overvalued Russia in trouble PM came, saw and left without uttering a word Back to Top Hi Click here to go My Page iPhone iPad android wap facebook twitter Google+  RSS  Youtube From BS WebsiteHomeMarketsCompaniesOpinionTechnologySpecialsPersonal FinanceLatest NewsToday's PaperGeneral NewsGeneral VideosGeneral Photo GalleryEventsAuthorsSponsored ContentAbout BSAbout UsCode of ConductTerms & ConditionsDisclaimerSupport & ContactPartner with UsCareersAdvertise with UsContact UsFeedbackSubscribeE-PaperBS MagazinesPortfolio TrackerBS ProductsBS HindiBS MotoringBS BooksB2B ConnectiPhoneiPadandroidwapConnect with BSFacebookTwitterGoogle +YoutubeRSSLatest News Copyrights © 2014 Business Standard Ltd. All rights reserved.
2014-12-18Baby sellers are back: Parents cut deal to sell gi
Baby sellers are back: Parents cut deal to sell girl child for Rs 50,000 15-yr-old Dawood Ibrahim oversleeps due to faulty alarm; escapes Peshawar school attack ToPICs Peshawar SpiceJet Narendra Modi Sydney Supreme Court Pakistan SPORTS Cricket Football Tennis MORE IN SPORTS India Vs Australia 2014 News Cricket News Football News Tennis News Local Sports News Motor Sports News Other Sports News TOP STORIES Brisbane Test: Debutant Josh Hazelwood's fifer bowls out India Brisbane Test: Centurion Murali Vijay leads India to 311/4 on Day 1 ToPICs Brisbane Test Murali Vijay Steve Smith ISL Sarita Devi BCCI Life & style Horoscope Sunday mid-day Food MORE IN LIFESTYLE Horoscope Sunday mid-day Food Health Technology Travel Relationships Dear Diana Culture People Fashion Test Drive Special Games TOP STORIES Bandra cafe is a haven for Mumbai's vinyl record lovers Why this new Lower Parel eatery is a work in progress ToPICs Apple iPhone 6 Mumbai Food Health & Fitness Dear Diana Technology Travel Relationships Entertainment Bollywood Hollywood Television MORE IN ENTERTAINMENT Bollywood News Hollywood News Television News Reviews Wallpapers TOP STORIES Why did Priyanka Chopra skip her dance performance at an award show? Did Sonam get her seat changed at an award show to avoid Deepika? ToPICs pk Aamir Khan Anushka Sharma Salman Khan Bipasha Basu Kareena Kapoor Khan News Crime News Prev Baby sellers are back: Parents cut deal to sell girl child for Rs 50,000 By Bhupen Patel |Posted 3 hours The sale of this baby girl was fixed at a price of Rs 50,000; after NGO workers convinced the father to open up about the plan, a trap was laid for the racketeers, who managed to flee before cops arrived; one of the key members of the racket is Ratna Ubale, who was busted in mid-day’s sting operation in February 2012 Almost three years after mid-day’s expose on the baby-selling racket operating from Ulhasnagar, one of the key operators in the network, Ratna Ubale, has resurfaced on the police radar for allegedly operating from Dharavi-based Joshi Nursing Home. Mukesh and Sunita Lahore had decided to sell their baby to Ubale According to Titwala-based Sangharsh NGO, Ubale, with the help of two other women , identified as Sunanda More and Babita Hirwe, had struck a deal to sell a baby girl born at the nursing home for Rs 50,000. “The deal was finalised when the mother of the child was six-months pregnant. Her associates when Sunita was 6 months pregnant The parents Sunita and Mukesh Lahore who stay in Subhash Tekri in Ulhasnagar, were promised Rs 50,000 for a baby girl and Rs 1 lakh for a baby boy. Ubale and her associates had already paid Rs 12,000 as token money to the couple,” said Santosh Kahrat, secretary of the NGO. The infant with her mother, Sunita Lahore In February 2012, a mid-day team had busted a human trafficking racket in which infants were sold like commodities for Rs 2-3 lakh. Following the story, the Hill Line police station in Ulhasnagar had arrested the kingpins of the network Vijaya Sonawne, a government shelter home worker; Ratna Ubale, nurse at a Mulund-based nursing home; and the parents who had sold their baby to our undercover reporters posing as customers. Ubale had been caught on camera in February 2012, selling a baby to mid-day reporters posing as a childless couple. Joshi Nursing Home, Dharavi, where the girl was born. Pic/Pradeep Dhivar Inhuman tradeStaffers from Sangharsh said they received a tip-off last week about the couple planning to sell their baby. The workers took the baby’s father into confidence and he opened up about the money offered by Ubale and her associates for his child. Following this, Sangharsh workers approached the Childline NGO in Kalyan, which began monitoring the operation. The Sangharsh NGO team that helped rescue the child Satish Kamble, a Childline officer, said, “On Tuesday, we came to know that one of the women who was part of this network was supposed to arrive at Sion station in the night. We laid a trap, but the operation failed.” mid-day’s February 20, 2012, report on the sting operation Asked about the reasons for the failure, Kamble said, “As the woman arrived at the station we rushed to Matunga police station, but they directed us to Dharavi police. By the time the Dharavi police could respond, the woman had left.” Finally, a team of Sangharsh workers, accompanied by the Childline officials, barged into the clinic with the Ulhasnagar police in the early hours of Wednesday, and came across some startling facts. “There were two other babies in the clinic but there were no records of their deliveries. The staff was unable to explain the situation. Finally, the Ulhasnagar cops left the clinic after warning the staff not to discharge the babies until the investigation in the case is through,” said Satish Bansode, another Sangharsh worker. According to Childline officials, the baby’s father works in a peppermint factory in Ulhasnagar while the mother is a housewife. The couple comes from Uttar Pradesh and has been living in Ulhasnagar for several years. “Mukesh Lahore had told his neighbours that his wife had gone to her hometown in UP to deliver the child. After the delivery, they planned to lie to the neighbours that the baby had died,” said Vinod Zhende, president of Sangharsh. Cop speakSenior Inspector Shivaji Pophale of Central Line police station said, “The baby has been taken into custody and will be produced before the Child Welfare Committee, which will decide the course of action regarding the infant. Meanwhile, an FIR has been registered under sections 370 (buying or disposing of any person as a slave) and 34 (common intention) of the Indian Penal Code. The witnesses in the case had given us some names. We will decide the future course of action as case investigations proceed.” Dr Manlik Joshi, who runs the clinic, refused to comment.
2014-12-18Underage girl tries to kill self at wedding - Time
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2014-12-18Mumbai: Parents cut deal to sell girl child for Rs
2014-12-18Forced to marry, 14-year-old tries to kill self in
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2014-12-17Child labourer rescued in Thane - Press Trust of I
Child labourer rescued in ThaneAdvertisement  Print  E-mail  Comment[ - ] Text [ + ] 12:21 HRS ISTThane, Dec 17 (PTI) A seven-year-girl from Muzaffarpur in Bihar was allegedly sold to a family in Thane's Ulhasnagar township where she was made to work as a servant and physically tortured, police said today.The girl was allegedly bought for Rs 5,000 about six months back by Ulhasnagar's camp no. 5 resident Kiran Kapoor with a promise that she would take care of her and educate the child. Post your comments Name Email-ID Subject Check,if you do not want your ID displayed on the site. Check,If you want us to mail similar stories. PTI has a zero tolerance policy towards offensive or abusive comments.Help us maintain the dignity and decorum of the forum. Also in This Section Read with synopsis Manjhi not in favour of big industries in Bihar No need to be defensive, govt has done no wrong: Modi to minister Guj Cabinet pays homage to Pak children Mufti slams Modi, says PM getting carried away by party agenda NSA visits Pak High Commission, offers condolences One arrested for attacking ex-RS MP on Dec 5 Pak attack: Chandigarh cops search vital installations Uproar over sterilisation deaths continue in Chhattisgarh Home | Bhasha | About PTI | Advertising | Feedback | Contact us | Terms Of Use © PTI 2014 Designed & Devloped By:4C Plus
2014-12-17Bombay High Court tells Maharashtra civic bodies t
Bombay High Court tells Maharashtra civic bodies to take steps to prevent dengue Wednesday, 17 December 2014 - 7:36pm IST | Place: Mumbai | Agency: PTI 3Shares Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit The Bombay High Court on Wednesday directed municipal bodies in Maharashtra to inform it through separate affidavits what steps they had taken to prevent dengue from spreading. The order was given by a bench headed by Chief Justice Mohit Shah on a Public Interest Litigation filed by activist Vishnu Gavali alleging neglect by the authorities in preventing the spread of dengue and seeking declaring the disease as an epidemic. The civic bodies which have been asked to furnish the information through affidavits by January 22 include Municipal Corporations of Mumbai, Navi Mumbai, Kolhapur, Solapur, Ratnagiri, Sindhudurg, Pune, Pimpri-Chinchward, Dhule, Thane, Ulhasnagar, Vasai-Virar, Mira-Bhayander, Kalyan-Dombivali, Miraj and Nashik. Claiming that several human lives have been lost in the state due to the disease caused by mosquito-borne virus, the petitioner has sought urgent measures by the authorities to check its spread. The state government said there was no need to panic as dengue was not contagious and assured that steps were being taken to stop breeding of mosquitoes in stagnant water. The PIL said in the last five months, several deaths have occurred due to dengue and malaria, creating an "epidemic-like" situation. It alleged that deaths had occurred due to lapses by the government in providing medical facilities and prayed that the authorities be directed to take immediate preventive steps. "The state hospitals and semi-government hospitals, including Directorate of Health should not play with the life of the common man and no one should die for want of medical services and health care facilities," reads the PIL. It alleged that medical facilities provided at the government hospitals were not adequate and patients often had to approach private hospitals, which charged exorbitant fees most people in rural and even urban areas cannot afford. 3Shares Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Bombay high courtpublic interest litigationdengue
2014-12-17Child labourer rescued in Thane - Business Standar
Child labourer rescued in Thane Press Trust of India  |  Thane  December 17, 2014 Last Updated at 13:10 IST Add to My Page Related News Ex-Shiv Sena minister Sabir Shaikh passes away Setback for Cong in Thane as seven corporators join Shiv Sena Shiv Sena retains Mayor and Deputy Mayor posts in Thane Around 60 lakh voters to cast franchise in Thane Santosh Kumar Singh of WR, Jadhav win Thane marathon A seven-year-girl from Muzaffarpur in Bihar was allegedly sold to a family in Thane's Ulhasnagar township where she was made to work as a servant and physically tortured, police said today. The girl was allegedly bought for Rs 5,000 about six months back by Ulhasnagar's camp no. 5 resident Kiran Kapoor with a promise that she would take care of her and educate the child. However, after the girl reached Ulhasnagar, she was made to do the domestic work and was beaten up on several occasions, assistant police inspector M K Chavan, Hill Line police station, said quoting a complaint filed in this regard last evening. The neighbours of Kapoors, after seeing the minor girl working in the house, apparently reported the matter to local Shiv Sena leaders. Subsequently, local Sena leader Rajendra Chowdhari along with other party workers and police personnel rushed to Kapoor's residence and rescued the girl yesterday. The minor bore injury marks, as per the complaint. They later approached the Hill Line police station and lodged a complaint in this connection. Chavan said they were looking into the matter and would register an offence and take proper action accordingly. Read more on:    Thane | Bihar | National News | Shiv Sena http://mybs.in/2QjfCIo Copy tiny URL to save and share article. 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2014-12-17When Varun Dhawan went unrecognised while shooting
When Varun Dhawan went unrecognised while shooting for 'Badlapur' By The Hitlist Team |Posted 1 hour Varun Dhawan's upcoming film Badlapur has a connect with the place of that name which lies beyond Ulhasnagar-Ambarnath in Thane district. Varun Dhawan Director Sriram Raghavan took Varun on a train ride to Badlapur from Dadar station along with cinematographer Anil Mehta as they wanted to shoot some portions inside the train and in Badlapur station. Apparently, due to his unshaven look, co-passengers weren't too sure if it was Varun and that helped him shoot in peace.
2014-12-16Champ of pushups eyes 10 new records in new year -
Champ of pushups eyes 10 new records in new year Tuesday, 16 December 2014 - 6:10am IST | Agency: dna Naveeta Singh 1Shares Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Here is a new year's resolution that is unthinkable for most people. He is in the Limca Book of Records this year for doing the most pushups in a minute, and now Shaikh Rejaul Haq, 25, wants to break ten records with the power of his arms in the new year. The Ulhasnagar-based Haq will make his attempt at the Pondicherry international record festival, a gathering of aspiring record-breakers, which will be held from January 2 to 18. Haq teaches martial arts, gymnastics, and skating in Ulhasnagar, and has been a sporting and fitness buff right from his childhood. This craze for physical fitness has made him make several records. "The latest one being doing maximum push-ups with two fingers of the same hand," said Haq. In September 2014, Haq made the record of doing 20 push-ups with two fingers. This record has gotten into the 2015 edition of the Record-setter book of world records, an American publication. Haq's earlier records include doing the most push-ups - 164 in a minute in May 2013, and 48 push-ups in a minute using an arm and a thumb in June 2014 - which are now in the Limca book of records. Though nobody guided him along his record-breaking path, Haq wants to share his knowledge with other aspirants. "In 2013, I started researching into various kinds of records, and now I have three titles to my name," he said. "I tell my students and others interested in various kind of records that even they can achieve the same. It depends on how hard they are willing to work," he said. 1Shares Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Limca Book of RecordsphysicalUlhasnagarFitness
2014-12-14Mom-in-law held guilty of dowry cruelty, spared ja
Subscribe to Top News NewsletterGet updates on the most important happening of the dayALSO ON TOIJharkhand records 61.65% voter...Jammu and Kashmir poll: 49% tu...Mullaperiyar dam row: TN oppos...10 killed after chemical tanke...Speeding cab driver kills two ...BJP's Hina Bhat allegedly slap...Intense cold wave disrupts rou...Hours after Mehdi Masroor's ar...Body of Indian fisherman, who ...Norway to take up 'Clean India...Season's first snowfall in Shi...Rajnath Singh says Pakistan pr...4th phase: Voting under way in...Have the courage to say no to ...Shopian: BJP candidate assault...Follow the Times of India - City sectionSearch for News SearchRecent Messages ()Characters Remaining: 3000SIGN IN WITHFacebookTwitterEmailOR PROCEED WITHOUT REGISTRATIONShare on FacebookShare on TwitterXSort By:NewestOldestDiscussedUp VotedDown 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.Speeding cab driver mows down two cops in Delhi, third critical2.Bengaluru techie, 26, held for molesting his minor sister-in-law3.10 burnt alive as gas tanker explodes on Jaipur-Delhi highway4.Young techie from Bihar ends life in Indore after scribbling 'I Love Katrina'moreAcross Times of India1.Two Pakistan players suspended for one game by FIH for lewd gestures2.Champions Trophy: Pakistani players shame game with lewd gestures3.3 Kerala companies have more gold than Sweden, Singapore, Australia4.IITs out of bounds for students born abroadmoreQUICKSTIR 7 Kheer Recipes To Cure 'Rampal Kheer Phobia'9 Great Philosophers And Their Inspiring Quotes!Powerful Poem On Our Obsession With Validation!Let's Honour These 7 Real Men On Int'l Men's Daymore from QuickStir»Weather in MumbaiAllTOIMy ProfileSign into earn your BadgesKnow more about Times PointsSensex 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 ReviewsGuylife | Online SongsInterest Networkitimes | EmailHot on the WebWorld | PoliticsBusiness | SportsEntertainmentScience & TechNew CarsServicesBook print ads | Online shopping | Free SMS | Website design | CRM | TendersMatrimonial | Ringtones | Astrology | Jobs | Tech Community | Property | Buy carBikes in India | Deals | 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 TopicsWatch TV Shows | Photogallery | You Tube | Delhi Travel Guide | Katrina Kaif Photos | Best Android Phones | Hindi Songs | Gosf 2014 | iPhone 6 Price | Facebook | Sunny Leone PhotosCopyright © 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.Twenty seven years after an Ulhasnagar woman set herself ablaze at her home, the Bombay high court has held her 85-year-old mother in law guilty of treating her cruelly and harassing her for dowry.WATCH LIVE TVx
2014-12-13MIDC's weak pipelines cause water cuts: TMC - Time
Subscribe to Top News NewsletterGet updates on the most important happening of the dayALSO ON TOIFourth phase: Voting begins in...Surat citizen moves court agai...President Pranab Mukherjee rep...Remembrance walk for Nelson Ma...Thousands in DC protest police...Saradha Scam: Madan Mitra sent...‘Kiss of Love’ protest at Kera...Cloudy weather in plains to co...Chitgate: Mamata faces heat, l...Mamata Banerjee faces heat as ...Chinese envoy optimistic about...Defense satellite launched fro...SP MLA blocks national highway...TMC workers, police clash outs...Mehdi Masroor arrested, confes...Follow the Times of India - City sectionSearch for News SearchRecent Messages ()Characters Remaining: 3000SIGN IN WITHFacebookTwitterEmailOR PROCEED WITHOUT REGISTRATIONShare on FacebookShare on TwitterXSort By:NewestOldestDiscussedUp VotedDown 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.Astrologer's prediction comes true for Madan Mitra2.BJP likely to get majority in Delhi, says opinion poll3.I beg you to leave me alone, Uber driver Yadav's father says4.Young techie from Bihar ends life in Indore after scribbling 'I Love Katrina'moreAcross Times of India1.Man orders iPhones, Snapdeal delivers pieces of wood2.Champions Trophy: Pakistani players celebrate India win with obscene gestures3.Hunt on for top ISIS tweeter who works for Bengaluru IT company4.Mehdi Masroor arrested, confesses to operating ISIS Twitter handle: CopsmoreQUICKSTIR 7 Kheer Recipes To Cure 'Rampal Kheer Phobia'9 Great Philosophers And Their Inspiring Quotes!Powerful Poem On Our Obsession With Validation!Let's Honour These 7 Real Men On Int'l Men's Daymore from QuickStir»Weather in ThaneAllTOIMy ProfileSign into earn your BadgesKnow more about Times PointsSensex 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 ReviewsGuylife | Online SongsInterest Networkitimes | EmailHot on the WebWorld | PoliticsBusiness | SportsEntertainmentScience & TechNew CarsServicesBook print ads | Online shopping | Free SMS | Website design | CRM | TendersMatrimonial | Ringtones | Astrology | Jobs | Tech Community | Property | Buy carBikes in India | Deals | 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 TopicsWatch TV Shows | Photogallery | You Tube | Delhi Travel Guide | Katrina Kaif Photos | Best Android Phones | Hindi Songs | Gosf 2014 | iPhone 6 Price | Facebook | Sunny Leone PhotosCopyright © 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 Thane Municipal Corporation (TMC) has blamed the Maharashtra Industrial Development Corporation (MIDC) for frequent water cuts in Mumbra, Kalwa, Diva and other areasWATCH LIVE TVx
2014-12-132 Bangladeshis who threatened to blow up Bandra st
2 Bangladeshis who threatened to blow up Bandra station held in Vasai Saturday, 13 December 2014 - 7:45am IST | Agency: dna Imran Fazal 5Shares Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit The Anti-Terrorist Squad (ATS) in Mumbai went into high alert mode after the Ulhasnagar police control room received a phone call from someone threatening to blow up Bandra railway station on Friday. The call created a lot of panic, but was finally traced as the mobile tower locator helped track the culprits -- two Bangladeshis working in an industrial unit. The two people belong to Bhooshira in the district Agora of Bangladesh and worked with Mamta Industries in Valiv East. They were residing illegally in India. They threatened to blow up Bandra station after dialing 100. The call was connected to Ulhasnagar police control room. The Valiv police sprung into action immediately after receiving the information of their location. "After the call was traced, we were informed about the same and picked up the duo. We found out that they were Bangladeshis and were residing illegally in India. They are claiming that the phone was used by another person, so we are investigating further," said a Valiv police official. "We have registered the case under the Indian Passport Act and Foreign National Act and are doing a background check on them," said Narayan Patil, inspector, Valiv police station.   5Shares Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Anti-Terrorist Squad (ATS)BandraIndiaUlhasnagarTerrorist
2014-12-12Ulhasnagar police receive call from Vasai claiming
Ulhasnagar police receive call from Vasai claiming plan of bomb attack at Bandra station Friday, 12 December 2014 - 7:35am IST | Place: Ulhasnagar | Agency: dna Arvind Walmiki 13Shares Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit A phone call on December 9 has left police officials from Ulhasnagar control room in jitter. The caller informed the police that he overheard a conversation between two African nationals at Vasai about planting a bomb around Bandra station. The caller informed that he was shocked after listening to the conversation that took place in English and immediately decided to call the police helpline. The police official who attended the call at the control room immediately transferred it to Thane control room where the call was recorded. The officials at control room in Thane consulted senior police officials, who alerted Mumbai Police. However, the police are tapping the number and are going through the call details with other basic investigation. A police official said, "The call came during afternoon and the location was Vasai. We noted his complaint soon but are yet to identify the caller. We will also check whether the call was a prank call or not. We have told senior police officers about the information received and have asked them to stay alert. Investigations are on, but we cannot disclose the details." Vijay Kamble, Thane Police Commissioner said, "We are aware of the call and have informed the Anti Terrorism Squad (ATS), cyber cell, Crime Branch and other special teams to work on it. Further probe into the matter is on." 13Shares Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Anti Terrorism Squad (ATS)Mumbai PoliceBandracyber cellThane police commissionerUlhasnagarVasaiVijay KambleTerrorismThane PoliceThane
2014-12-12State-appointed committee yet to meet on Valdhuni
State-appointed committee yet to meet on Valdhuni river toxic fume case Friday, 12 December 2014 - 6:17am IST | Place: Ulhasnagar | Agency: dna Naveeta Singh 1Shares Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit It has been over 10 days since 601 people in Ulhasnagar were affected by toxic fumes caused by chemical effluent released in Waldhuni river. On the instructions of the state government, a high powered committee was formed which was to present a report on identifying the dumping spots. Yet there is no progress. On December 1, Medha Gadgil, principal secretary, Maharashtra, had said a team has been set up under the additional superintendent of police, Sharad Shelar, to find the spots where illegal dumping of effluents was done. The committee was to consist of municipal commissioners of Kalyan-Dombivli, Ulhasnagar, Ambernath and Badlapur, officials from MPCB, MIDC and RTO. However, till date not just the identification of spots, but the committee has not even met formally. "I am not aware of any such meeting called by the committee yet," said Ramnath Sonawane, municipal commissioner, Kalyan Dombivli Municipal Corporation (KDMC). Even Nitin Shinde, sub-regional officer, Maharashtra Pollution Control Board, said there has been no formal meeting of the committee. "When the incident happened, we had met Sharad Shelar, however there has been no meeting till date," he says. Meanwhile, Sharad Shelar said all this while he has been waiting to get a formal note of the principal secretary's instructions regarding the committee. "I received the minutes of the meeting held at Mantralay over the formation of the committee and its purpose two days ago. Accordingly, we will meet and chart out a plan of action," Shelar said. However, Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation has already started its plan of action. "They have decided to install CCTVs at various industrial and public places to keep a tab on illegal dumping. They now have to identify these spots," said Nitin Shinde, MPCB. On November 29, over 600 people from Ulhasnagar were affected by effluents emanating from Waldhuni river. Untreated chemical was released by a tanker in the river which made people complain of drowsiness, vomiting, excessive headache, body pain and breathing problems. 1Shares Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Valdhuni riverBadlapurAmbernathKalyan Dombivli Municipal Corporation (KDMC)MaharashtraKalyanDombivliUlhasnagar
2014-12-11On a tip off, cops bust prostitution racket at Ulh
On a tip off, cops bust prostitution racket at Ulhasnagar parlour Thursday, 11 December 2014 - 7:40am IST | Place: Ulhasnagar | Agency: DNA Arvind Walmiki 2Shares Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Representational image. Acting on a tip off about prostitution racket, the Anti Human Trafficking cell conducted a raid on Tuesday on a massage parlour at 25 C block in Vitthalwadi. The racket was on for many months and the raid was conducted in evening hours between 4pm to 6pm. After the raid was conducted, the main woman behind the racket was identified as Anita Jay Sataria, 36, and was also arrested along with four girls, of which two are from Kolkata and other two from Thane. A case with the Vitthalwadi police station has been register under PITA (Prevention of Immoral Trafficking Act) of the Indian Penal code and further investigation is on. Madan Bhallal, a senior police inspector from Anti Human Trafficking cell said, "We have rescued four girls and we are investigating the matter. We are tapping on them to know if they got any other link. They were produced in court". Bhallal further added, "We asked one of the officers to go in as a customer and as soon as he went inside, he asked about everything illegal inside the parlour and accordingly we raided the parlour." 2Shares Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit human traffickingpolice stationKolkataIndian Penal Codetrafficking
2014-12-11State vows to take strict action against Gujarat t
State vows to take strict action against Gujarat tankers dumping chemical waste Thursday, 11 December 2014 - 6:29am IST | Place: Mumbai | Agency: DNA Geeta Desai 2Shares Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit The state government will take strict action against all tankers and truckloads coming from Gujarat who enter the state to dump chemical waste in remote areas of the Mumbai Metropolitan Region, putting several lives at risk. Ramdas Kadam, minister of environment, on Wednesday said that even if it meant taking a dig against the prime minister, they would ensure all such tankers are confiscated. The state will also hold officials from both, the environment department and those at the local level responsible for such acts. Kadam asked how any vehicle could simply enter the city and dump waste, without fearing action. He added: "At times, the vehicles are also abandoned in remote places or in rivers, which pollutes air and water, in turn affecting villagers." Last week, more than 400 residents of Ulhasnagar fell sick after a chemical tanker dumped waste in Valdhuni river. Investigations revealed that the tanker had come from Gujarat. Such tankers have no permissions and therefore illegally discharge the chemicals. The residents who took ill were mainly from Valdhuni village, Ashok Nagar, Lasi Galli, Renuka Society and Pahlumal compound. Residents of the area complained to the Maharashtra Pollution Control Board officers about unknown tankers releasing chemicals into the river often. Also, should residents object to these acts, arguments between them and the tankers ensue, which may prove dangerous for their lives. Kadam also said that the ministry would ensure that strict action is taken against the concerned companies, and that the department would follow up with government machineries to resolve the issue soon. 2Shares Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit chemicalsMumbai Metropolitan RegionGovernmentEnvironmentpollution control boardMaharashtraPrime MinisterRamdas KadamUlhasnagarState government
2014-12-11Boy reunited with father, step-mother, after 6 yrs
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2014-12-10Minor raped, blackmailed by Nagpur youth befriende
Minor raped, blackmailed by Nagpur youth befriended on Facebook Wednesday, 10 December 2014 - 6:06am IST | Place: Ulhasnagar | Agency: DNA Arvind Walmiki 2Shares Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit A 17-year-old minor from Ulhasnagar was raped by an adult hailing from Nagpur. Rahul Laxmanaday Gyanchandani, a 28-year-old met the victim, few months ago through Facebook, a social networking site. One of the police officials from Ulhasnagar police station informed that during their earlier meetings, the accused recorded inappropriate videos and photos of the minor. Using these photos to create a pressure on the girl, Gyanchandani forced to develop intimate relationship, under the threat of making the recordings go viral and bringing shame to the victim's family.  The victim lodged a complaint during her second meet itself. However, after brief investigation with the victim, the police came to know that the accused hails from Ahuja Nagar, Nagpur is not arrested yet. A team of police officials have been sent to Nagpur to interrogate about the accused. A case has been registered with the Ulhasnagar police station and the accused has been charged under several sections. Informants believe that the two of them first met in January 2014 on a social networking site and fell in love after chatting with each other. Both of them decided to meet in a lodge for safety but the girl wasn't allowed as she was a minor. Adhar card was acquired from the minor and a duplicate document was produced to allow minor into the lodge where the recording took place. The accussed tried to repeat this again, but was refused by the minor. Harshada Dagde, investigation officer of the case from Central police station said, "I was called for this case as there was no woman police available at Ulhasnagar police station. We have sent the girl for medical tests and reports are awaiting. We will also go through the Facebook accounts of the accused to get more details about the case. We are investigating the case from all possible ends". In Ulhasnagar, another rape case was registered on December 8. A 7-year-old was raped by her neighbour, Sumit Suresh Shirke. The accused, 28-year-old is unemployed. According to the police, the victim was first raped during Diwali vacation and was threatened to not say anything about the incident. The minor was raped under the pretext of playing with her and was threatened after the act. However, after some days, the girl told about the pain and narrated her ordeal to her family members who lodged the complaint to arrest the accused. 2Shares Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit facebookrapeUlhasnagarsocial networkingsocial networking siteNagpur
2014-12-10On the rise: Two molestation cases in one day - Da
On the rise: Two molestation cases in one day Wednesday, 10 December 2014 - 7:00am IST | Place: Thane (Maharashtra) | Agency: DNA Arvind Walmiki 1Shares Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Two cases of molestation were reported in Thane commissionerate on Monday – one at Manpada (Dombivli) and the other Vitthalwadi (Ulhasnagar). In the first incident at, the victim works as a computer operator at Sonarpada. She was allegedly molested by the watchman at the same firm, Ashok Gupta, 34. According to the victim's statement, the accused tried to be friends with her and even proposed marriage, but she ignored him and warned him as well. "But the accused kept harassing her. So, he followed her after work and tried to molest her," an officer said. "We have arrested the accused and he will remain in magistrate custody. Further probe is on. He has been booked under sections 354 (assault or criminal force to woman with intent to outrage her modesty) and 506 (punishment for criminal intimidation) of the Indian Penal Code," he added. In the second case, a 16-year-old, who was playing near her home in Raghunath Nagar, Vitthalwadi, around 3pm was approached by her neighbour, Sunil Joshi 34. A laborer, Joshi called the minor home and told her that he has brought one new torch light which he wanted to show her. But he started touching the girl inappropriately. "The victim told her elder sister about the incident and a complaint was registered. An official from Vitthalwadi police station said, "We have booked the accused under section 354 (assault or criminal force to woman with intent to outrage her modesty) of the Indian Penal Code. He was produced in court." 1Shares Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit
2014-12-10Woman arrested for running prostitution racket - B
Woman arrested for running prostitution racket Press Trust of India  |  Thane  December 10, 2014 Last Updated at 20:22 IST Add to My Page Related News Around 60 lakh voters to cast franchise in Thane Santosh Kumar Singh of WR, Jadhav win Thane marathon 'Maha Suryakumbh' at Thane in Jan next year Govt cancels permission of tribal school in Thane Thane Municipal Commissioner wants to start garden libraries The Thane police last evening arrested a 45 years old woman from Ulhasnagar for running a prostitution racket under the garb of massage parlour at her house. Sub-inspector S S Panje said police rescued four girls, all major. Three of them are from West Bengal. A case has been registered against Prevention of Immoral Traffic Act. Read more on:    Thane | National News http://mybs.in/2Qjbw42 Copy tiny URL to save and share article. Read More SAT rejects K Sinha's plea seeking to join case against DLF In the high-profile DLF-Sebi case over disclosures required to be made in IPO papers, the Securities Appellate Tribunal (SAT) today rejected a plea ... http://mybs.in/2Qjbw42 Copy tiny URL to save and share article. Add to My Page Advertisements Guard your data with secure Latitude business Ultrabook™ from Dell.The secret to a successful investment is, Focus. Click here..Welcom to The Investor Education School. Click hereShriram Chiripingwoods Apartment,Harlur SarjapurNew Thinking New Possibilities. Life is brillant. Click to know morenvesting in mutual funds is a lot like making friendsLook more professional with custom email from Google Apps. Back to Top Quick Links PTI International Stories PTI National Stories PTI Sports Stories PTI Entertainment Stories Go Advertisement Latest News All NewsIn this section300x100 Happy New Year to travel to China Technical analysts see bumpy ride ahead on new regulations SAT dismisses intervention petition in DLF appeal Trading bets in the commodity space AgriMin proposes rise in import duty on edible oil NCDEX to launch fixed price contract in tur and urad Shri Narendra Singh Tomar presides over the live streaming of Nobel Peace Prize 2014 ceremony at Norwegian Embassy in New Delhi Closure of EIL Asia Pacific Senderian Berhad (EILAP SDN BHD), a 100 percent subsidiary of Engineers India Limited (EIL) Setting up over 300 MW of Grid-Connected Solar PV Power Projects by Defence Establishments under Ministry of Defence and Para Military Forces with viability gap funding under Phase-II/III of JNNSM Implementation of scheme for setting up 1000 MW of Grid Connected Solar PV Power projects by CPSUs and GoI organisations under various Central / State Schemes / self-use / 3rd party sale / merchant sale with Viability Gap Funding under batch - V of Phase-II of JNNSM PMs shouldn't go abroad for entertainment value: Kejriwal New drug provides fresh hope for cancer patients Computers may soon use light instead of wires to carry data Federer fans feel let down with low returns on IPTL tickets India players can't use BCCI logo in domestic matches WC probables announced: 2011 heroes Yuvi, Viru & Gambhir miss the bus India moving with speed to rebuild global partnerships: Swaraj Tiger Woods is now Hero MotoCorp's global brand ambassador Why should I ask Dhoni to resign, asks Srinivasan UN climate summit begins in Peru Most Popular ReadSharedCommented 10 things you must know about Google's Great Online Shopping Festival Google's online shopping festival attracts buyers in big numbers Winds of change at Suzlon, focus on solar energy Amway's fortunes dip in India Centre bans unlicensed cab services across India Winds of change at Suzlon, focus on solar energy FM dangles Rs 13k-cr carrot to clear GST bottlenecks Amway's fortunes dip in India US and Algeria to take over as critical co-chairs of climate change negotiations after Lima Ajai Shukla: Confusion in command in Jammu and Kashmir Ajai Shukla: Confusion in command in Jammu and Kashmir 'Drink & drive' may now cost you Rs 15,000 Uber, Delhi government need to work together to fix safety gaps TIME Person of the Year: Modi wins reader poll, loses race Uber ban has echoes of baazi.com CEO arrest of 2004 Back to Top Hi Click here to go My Page iPhone iPad android wap facebook twitter Google+  RSS  Youtube From BS WebsiteHomeMarketsCompaniesOpinionTechnologySpecialsPersonal FinanceLatest NewsToday's PaperGeneral NewsGeneral VideosGeneral Photo GalleryEventsAuthorsSponsored ContentAbout BSAbout UsCode of ConductTerms & ConditionsDisclaimerSupport & ContactPartner with UsCareersAdvertise with UsContact UsFeedbackSubscribeE-PaperBS MagazinesPortfolio TrackerBS ProductsBS HindiBS MotoringBS BooksB2B ConnectiPhoneiPadandroidwapConnect with BSFacebookTwitterGoogle +YoutubeRSSLatest News Copyrights © 2014 Business Standard Ltd. All rights reserved.
2014-12-10Activists raise hackles over cockfight - The Asian
Activists raise hackles over cockfight Dec 11, 2014 | Age Correspondent | mumbai Share Bal Thackeray The Humane Society International (HSI) India has urged the Maharashtra government to end cockfighting in the state. In the wake of a cockfighting event, which was scheduled to be held at Ashele Village, Ganpat Nagar in Ulhasnagar in Thane district on January 2, 2015, deputy director of HSI India Alokparna Sengupta on Wednesday sent a letter regarding this to chief minister of Maharashtra and collector of Thane. “Cockfights are nothing but gambling events at the expense of the lives of roosters. There is immense cruelty during cockfights where two birds in many batches are incited to fight with metal spurs or knives tied to their legs in order to injure the other bird. Thus during each fight, one of the birds may die and both are often critically injured,” Mr Sengupta has said in his letter. The HSI has pointed the Section 11(1) (m) (ii) and (n) of the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (PCA) Act, 1960, which says that if any person “incites any animal to fight or bait any other animal” and “organises, keeps uses or acts in the management of, any place for animal fighting or for the purpose of baiting any animal or permits or offers any place to be so used or receives money for the admission of any other person to any place kept or used for any such purposes,” it is a cognizable offence. 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 There’s a need to learn the art of dying Machu Picchu perfect BJP government suspends UPA North East policy Sowing prejudice, reaping hatred Flail, sail, love Man with tapeworm-damaged spine treated Several duped by fake insurance bonus calls No Articles Found BJP government suspends UPA North East policy BJP plan makes Bahujan Samaj Party, Janata Dal-United jittery Selfie, belfie, helfie and now shapie Growing insecurities among minorities Worst is over for India: Deutsche Bank Holy cow! Vishwa Hindu Parishad launches product line Making her way in a man’s world Columnists   Economy: Euphoric, not healthyYogi Aggarwal A booming stock market should normally indicate a booming economy, but the link doesn’t always hold.A ‘Galle-ing’ experienceArun Prakash December 26, 2004, Sunday morning, saw the calm in Naval Headquarters (NHQ) being shattered by ominous reports of powerful seismic shocks and giant tidal surges in our Bay of Bengal islands and coasta 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.
2014-12-09Rash driving: Miraculous escape for salesman, one
Rash driving: Miraculous escape for salesman, one held Tuesday, 9 December 2014 - 6:53am IST | Place: Mumbai | Agency: DNA Arvind Walmiki 1Shares Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Ulhasnagar: A 27-year-old salesman with a private cellular company escaped death by hardly a few inches after his bike was was hit by a truck on Sunday, around 1.45pm. Sanjay Dattatray Shinde was heading towards Kalyan from Mahral village road on a bike with his relative, Naresh Pashkanti, 30. A truck which was behind the victim's two-wheeler hit him, which resulted in the bike skidding near Century school in Ulhasnagar. Shinde suffered severe scratches on his back and stomach, while his relative, who was riding pillion, also received minor injuries. The truck driver has been arrested. A case has been registered with Ulhasnagar police under section 279 (rash driving or riding on a public way), 337 (causing hurt by act endangering life or personal safety of others), 338 (causing grievous hurt by act endangering life or personal safety of others) of the Indian Penal Code and other relevant sections of the Motor Vehicle Act, 184. An official from Ulhasnagar police station said, "The accused was produced in court. The victims are out of danger." 1Shares Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit
2014-12-08'Police round up beggars but fewer shelters mean t
Indiatimes|The Times of India|The Economic Times|MoreMoreFollowNavi MumbaiThe Times of IndiaThe Times of IndiaIndiatimesWeb (by Google)VideoPhotosAdvanced Search »HomeCityIndiaWorldBusinessTechSportsEntertainmentLife & StyleWomenSpiritualityNRIPhotosVideosYouth stabs batchmate after online spat‘28% increase in Indian students migrating t...HC acquits three after they spend nearly 10 ...Court orders clearing of Sarakki lake encroa...Southern Railways organises Swachh Bharat bi...Minor boy marries 22-year-old woman in Tamil...Tamil Nadu schoolgirl commits suicide after ...Actress Shobhana disapproves 'Kiss Of Love' ...Noida engineer Yadav Singh suspended by UP g...FOLLOW TOICityNavi MumbaiCrimeCivic IssuesSchools & CollegesMore Cities METRO CITIESMumbaiDelhiBangaloreKolkataChennaiOTHER CITIESAgraAhmedabadAllahabadAurangabadBareillyBengaluruBhopalBhubaneswarChandigarhCoimbatoreDehradunGoaGurgaonGuwahatiHubballiHyderabadIndoreJaipurKanpurKochiKolhapurKozhikodeLucknowLudhianaMaduraiMangaluruMeerutMysuruNagpurNashikNavi MumbaiNoidaPatnaPuducherryPuneRaipurRajkotRanchiSuratThaneThiruvananthapuramTrichyVadodaraVaranasiVisakhapatnamYou are here: Home » City » Navi MumbaiRELATED ARTICLESHigh-flying ‘beggars’ caught in China13 beggars get off roads, find jobs in engg collegeHead counts of beggars on card to make Indore free from themPolice cracks "Special 7" caseCleophas surrenders to Anjuna police'Police abused and mocked us'TOP STORIES ACROSS CITIES1.Youth stabs batchmate after online spat2.‘28% increase in Indian students migrating to US’3.HC acquits three after they spend nearly 10 years in jail in drugs case4.Court orders clearing of Sarakki lake encroachment5.Southern Railways organises Swachh Bharat bike rally6.Minor boy marries 22-year-old woman in Tamil Nadu7.Tamil Nadu schoolgirl commits suicide after teacher scolds her8.Actress Shobhana disapproves 'Kiss Of Love' campaign9.Noida engineer Yadav Singh suspended by UP govt10.BJP’s Sadhvi to speak at riot-hit Trilokpuri todaymoreRELATED KEYWORDS: police|fewer-shelters|beggars‘Police round up beggars but fewer shelters mean they return again’The author has posted comments on this articleGeorge Mendonca, TNN | Dec 9, 2014, 03.51AM ISTShare on LinkedinPage 1 of 4NAVI MUMBAI: The police restarted their drive of trying to rid the streets of beggars on Monday. Cops said they rounded up men, women and kids from Vashi railway station, important junctions and markets. Residents, however, claim that despite the police rounding them up, the same beggars return to their spots as if nothing had ever happened. "We decided to restart the drive after we got a call from a resident, who said that there were physically challenged men, women and children harassing motorists at Shivaji Chowk," said Pappu Kadari, sub inspector, Vashi police station. The cops rounded up four women and two physically challenged men. "The kids managed to get away as soon as we reached," he added. This incident repeated itself when cops reached Vashi station. The reason, a high-ranking police officer said, was due to insufficient rehabilitation homes for beggars. "After the police detain beggars, the problem is to find them a home. There are not enough shelters in the city. Children are rehabilitated at the centre for homeless children in Bhiwandi and Ulhasnagar, where they are even educated by NGOs. Men and women are sent to Chembur," the cop said. The police officer explained that these men get out of the shelters and come back to the streets and the cycle repeats itself. Article continuesStay updated on the go with The Times of India’s mobile apps. Click here to download it for your device.Reader's opinionsRead All CommentsTHE TIMES OF INDIAPowered by INDIATIMESAbout usAdvertise with usTerms of Use and Grievance Redressal PolicyPrivacy policyFeedbackRSSNewsletterTOI MobileePaperSitemapArchivesOther Times Group news sitesTimes Crest | The Economic Timesइकनॉमिक टाइम्स | ઈકોનોમિક ટાઈમ્સMumbai Mirror | Times NowIndiatimes | नवभारत टाइम्समहाराष्ट्र टाइम्स | ವಿಜಯ ಕರ್ನಾಟಕGo GreenLiving and entertainmentTimescity | iDiva | Bollywood | ZoomHealthmeup | Luxpresso | TechnoholikGuylifeInterest Networkitimes | EmailHot on the WebHotklixServicesBook print ads | Online shopping | Business solutions | Book domains | Web hostingBusiness email | Free SMS | Free email | Website design | CRM | Tenders | RemitCheap air tickets | Matrimonial | Ringtones | Astrology | Jobs | Property | Buy carBikes in India | Deals | Free ClassifiedsCopyright © 2014 Bennett, Coleman & Co. Ltd. All rights reserved. For reprint rights: Times Syndication Service
2014-12-08Thane jail turns porous; 22 mobiles smuggled in ov
Thane jail turns porous; 22 mobiles smuggled in over past two monthsBy Nazia SayedNazia Sayed, Mumbai Mirror | Dec 8, 2014, 08.46 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 articlesRELATED Thane's Adaharwadi Jail has recorded an alarming increase in the number of mobile phones smuggled into its premises. According to sources in the police department, at least eight attempts have been made to bring the devices into the facility in the last two months. Thus far, 22 handsets have been seized and handed over to the Bazaar Peth Police Station, which holds jurisdiction over the jail. Sharad Shelke, the superintendent in charge of the facility, has brought the porosity of the jail's walls to the notice of his superiors, but the smuggling has continued unabated. Shelke has alleged that prisoners have colluded with his junior staff to smuggle contraband into the penitentiary. The officer said he has even laid traps to capture those involved, but to no avail. Adaharwadi Jail houses nearly 1,200 prisoners although it's built to contain 500. It was home to members of the Chhota Rajan gang and the Ulhasnagar politician Pappu Kalani. Among those presently held captive here is Devendra Jagtap, the man who fired at the gangster Abu Salem in Taloja Central Jain in 2013. "Security has always been an issue in this particular facility. There is a wall on the back side which is a bit low and people fling things over this wall and prisoners lie in wait on the inside," he said. "They then hide these parcels in their underwear and smuggle them into their barracks," he said. According to a police official in the jail, prisoners use members of tribes that live near the facility as mules to aid smuggling operations. A large garbage heap near one wall facilitates the transfer of contraband, he said. Four such attempts were made in the last month alone. Two days ago, a sack full of food was flung into the facility from across the low wall: six phones were located in the bag. A week prior to this episode, a packet of fish was discovered in the compound. It contained two handsets. Two weeks ago a sack of eight mobile phones was found in the jail. "These phones cannot be traced as they do not contain any SIM cards," Shelke said. "The prisoners get hold of these cards when they are taken to court; they are handed to them when in rest rooms." The superintendent has had patrolling intensified in the past few weeks and inspects the place himself at night. The Deputy Commissioner of Police in charge of the zone, Sanjay Jadhav, has proposed the setting up of a police outpost near the jail in addition to a separate check post in the neighbourhood. "Nearly eight cases have been registered under the Prisoners Act and other relevant sections of the IPC (Indian Penal Code). We're probing the smuggling operations," he said.
2014-12-08Effluent mafia kingpin walks away as cops fail to
Effluent mafia kingpin walks away as cops fail to oppose his bail pleaBy Yogesh SadhwaniYogesh Sadhwani, Mumbai Mirror | Dec 8, 2014, 08.38 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 articlesRELATEDA week after 1,500 people fell sick in Ulhasnagar after toxic gases were released from the Waldhuni River, the police on Saturday arrested the kingpin of the effluent dumping mafia, Shyam Mhatre. However, the police arrested him in connection with a minor case of pollution, while failing to oppose his interim bail plea in a case that had more serious charges like attempt to culpable homicide. As a result, Mhatre was out on bail hours after his arrest. Mhatre, 35, was arrested by the Shivaji Nagar police for causing pollution in Waldhuni river by dumping hazardous waste on Wednesday. In this case, the river had turned blue and there was foul stench in the air near Govind Pool area in Ambernath east. However, no one fell sick. He was picked up at 11.30 pm on Saturday and let off on bail on Sunday morning. On November 29, over 1,500 residents of various areas in Ukhasanagar fell sick. Mhatre was named as the prime accused for allegedly enabling tankers from Gujarat and other parts of Maharashtra to dump toxic material in the river. Offences were registered by the Ambernath west police station against Mhatre under Sections 277 (fouling water source), 278 (responsible for releasing toxic substances in air), 284 (negligence while handling poisonous substance), 308 (attempt to culpable homicide) and 336 (endangering people's personal safety) of IPC. The police, who did not make any progress for over a week, got their act together following a Mirror report on Thursday and arrested three tanker owners and two drivers namely Deepal Jaiswal, Ramesh Gudru, Rahul Pawar, Ravindra Pawar andAnand Pawar. Ambernath West Inspector Balkrishna Pawar, who is investigating the case, said, "Mhatre managed to get interim bail from the court in our case. But we will oppose it," said Pawar. Meanwhile, the MPCB confirmed the presence of hazardous chemicals in the samples. Following are operative parts from the report, released by Dr Amar Supate, MPCB Principal Scientific Officer: "Samples analyzed at MPCB, ICT, Haz waste facility revealed: Sample is hazardous. Liquid waste and is mixture of acid residues, contain metal and organic impurities. Organic compound likely affected locals is 2-Butanone / popularly known as MEK Methyl Ethyl Ketone. Low toxicity resembles symptoms observed in peoples affected at incidence site. Investigations to pinpoint units if any involved from all across Maharashtra is on."
2014-12-08Police round up beggars but fewer shelters means t
Police round up beggars but fewer shelters means they return again5.Youth held for sexually assault on 10-year-old girlmoreYOUR FRIENDS' ACTIVITY1of1TOP STORIES ACROSS CITIES1.Minor boy marries 22-year-old woman in Tamil Nadu2.Tamil Nadu schoolgirl commits suicide after teacher scolds her3.Actress Shobhana disapproves 'Kiss Of Love' campaign4.Noida engineer Yadav Singh suspended by UP govt5.BJP’s Sadhvi to speak at riot-hit Trilokpuri today6.Shah, Gadkari to woo Dalits in Old Delhi7.Metro station at ITO to open early next year8.Bride jumps to death off Rajouri mall9.16 injured in Janshatabdi freak accident10.30-yr-old shrine demolished after Madras HC ordermoreTOP STORIES1.Uber driver’s character certificate fake: Delhi Police 2.SpiceJet cancels over 1,800 domestic flights3.Blood-stained uniforms in trash: Rajnath ‘hurt’4.IIT students turn down $125,000 offers5.Singapore inks MoU to develop Andhra capital moreMOST POPULARRead|Commented|SharedFrom City1.Uber cab driver was arrested in 2011 rape case, spent 7 months in prison2.Bhabhi kisses groom, angry bride walks out of wedding3.Person detained in UP not rapist Uber cab driver, search on for accused: Delhi police4.Delhi govt bans Uber cab service following 'rape' incidentmoreAcross Times of India1.US naturalist Paul Rosolie swallowed alive by anaconda for TV show2.Uber cab driver was arrested in 2011 rape case, spent 7 months in prison3.Bhabhi kisses groom, angry bride walks out of wedding4.Person detained in UP not rapist Uber cab driver, search on for accused: Delhi policemoreQUICKSTIR 7 Kheer Recipes To Cure 'Rampal Kheer Phobia'9 Great Philosophers And Their Inspiring Quotes!Powerful Poem On Our Obsession With Validation!Let's Honour These 7 Real Men On Int'l Men's Daymore from QuickStir»Weather in Navi MumbaiAllTOIMy ProfileSign into earn your BadgesKnow more about Times PointsSensex 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 ReviewsGuylife | Online SongsInterest Networkitimes | EmailHot on the WebWorld | PoliticsBusiness | SportsEntertainmentScience & TechNew CarsServicesBook print ads | Online shopping | Free SMS | Website design | CRM | TendersMatrimonial | Ringtones | Astrology | Jobs | Tech Community | Property | Buy carBikes in India | Deals | 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 TopicsWatch TV Shows | Photogallery | You Tube | Delhi Travel Guide | Katrina Kaif Photos | Best Android Phones | Hindi Songs | Gosf 2014 | iPhone 6 Price | Facebook | Sunny Leone PhotosCopyright © 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 police restarted their drive of trying to rid the streets of beggars on MondayWATCH LIVE TVx
2014-12-07Thane police's chain-snatching (prevention) squad
Thane police's chain-snatching (prevention) squad arrests three people with 155 cases between them Sunday, 7 December 2014 - 7:33am IST | Place: Thane (Maharashtra) | Agency: DNA Arvind Walmiki 5Shares Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Representational Image RNA Research & Archives The Thane crime branch unit had appointed a chain snatching squad three months ago to investigate chain-snatching cases in Thane commissionerate. With the help of local police, the squad has arrested three people. The accused are history-sheeters and have 155 cases of chain snatching in 21 police station in five zones of Thane registered on them. Major cases are registered in zone 5. All the three accused arrested on November 17 were identified as Iqbal Mohammed Sayyed aka Sheru, 26 - who is the main accused - Devisingh Indrakanth Das Hirasingh Channdana, 20 and Gurupadh Indrakanth Das aka Guru, 25, all are from Kalyan. They were produced in court and will remian in police custody till December 10. The police have recoverd jewellery worth Rs 84 lakh and a mangalsutra worth Rs33,000 from them The accused were booked under section 392 (punishment for robbery) of the Indian Penal Code. There were more than 21 officials who were working on the chain-snatching cases and further investigation is on. During investigation, the accused revealed that they know of other friends in Ulhasnagar, Bhiwandi, Kalyan, Badlapur and Dombivali invovled in chain snatching. Nagesh Lohar, additonal commissioner of police, crime, Thane, said, "We will investigate and then we will see if we can add the Maharashtra Control of Organised Crimes Act (MCOCA) to the case." Deputy commissioner of police, Parag Manere, said, "Both, the police and the chain snatching squad have done a commendabel job. We have got to know that there are other people also and we are investigating. We have 800 cases till now for this year, of which 250 have been solved and others are under process." VV Lakshminarayana, joint commissioner of police, Thane, said, "We will see to it that once all the procedures are over, we will hand over the robbed jewellery to the owners. To prevent such cases, we are doing naka bandi at various spots and we are also checking the suspected bikers." 5Shares Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Thanechain-snatchingMaharashtra Control of Organised Crime Act (MCOCA)crime
2014-12-06Driver, owner of tanker arrested in Ambernath gas
Driver, owner of tanker arrested in Ambernath gas poisoning case Comments Email Print By: Express News Service | Mumbai | Posted: December 7, 2014 4:26 am The Thane Police, which were tracking movements of the tanker that had allegedly dumped untreated chemicals into an Ambernath drain last week, have arrested two persons identified as Deepak Kumar Jaiswal (32), the driver of the tanker, and Ramesh Gudru (42), the owner. Over 400 Ambernath residents took ill after they inhaled a poisonous gas released into a nullah near MIDC on November 30. The gas was reportedly from untreated chemical waste released into the nullah by an unidentified tanker. Deputy Commissioner of Police (Ulhasnagar) Vasant Jadhav said that the police obtained the number plate of the tanker from CCTV cameras. “We traced the tanker to a location on the north coast of the state. The accused shared the details of three more persons, who we have detained and are making inquiries with,” Jadhav added. He said that the police is investigating the route that the tanker took and the kind of chemical it discharged. “We are checking the CCTV footage at toll nakas on the highways to check the number of times the tanker made trips to the nullah. The tanker does not belong to a company from the MIDC in Ambernath,” Jadhav said. mumbai.newsline@expressindia.com Comments
2014-12-03Gujarat import - Mumbai Mirror
FollowThu, Dec 04, 2014Ahmedabad MirrorBangalore MirrorPune MirrorHomeMumbaiColumnsEntertainmentNewsSportGoCricketTravelVideosPhotosAll Cover StoryCrimeCivicOthersHomeMumbaiCover StoryGujarat importBy Yogesh SadhwaniYogesh Sadhwani, Mumbai Mirror | Dec 4, 2014, 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 articles1. 12.23 am september 19, near Vadol, Ambernath; Residents catch a tanker dumping dangerous industrial effluents into the Waldhuni river; 2. Effluent Mafia Kingpin Shyam Mhatre; 3. A spot near Vadol turned green on Wednesday; 4. Ambernath cops in a confrontation with locals last ThursdayRELATEDToxic gases in Waldhuni river that made 1500 people sick in Ulhasnagar were... Gujarat may claim to have overtaken Maharashtra in industrial development, but there is still one area where it definitely depends on its southern neighbour - dumping its industrial effluents. Pollution control officials told this newspaper that hundreds of trucks from Gujarat are among those that dump industrial effluents in the Waldhuni River in Ulhasnagar. More than 1,500 residents of Ambernath and Ulhasnagar took ill last week following the release of toxic gases that emanated from the contaminated river. As if Saturday's incident was not enough, parts of the river turned green on Wednesday evening, spreading panic in Ambernath. Despite the severity of the situation, the local police are yet to make any breakthrough. While the police claimed to have identified the key accused who allegedly runs an effluentdumping racket in the region, Maharashtra Pollution Control Board officials told Mirror that the police are aware of the racket for months now but have done nothing. Residents said they have caught the mafia red-handed and alerted the police on multiple occasions. MPCB officers said the racket has been flourishing for at least four years. They said while earlier it was only dyes and harmless chemicals, the past two months have witnessed the dumping of hazardous chemicals, which react with the water to release toxic gases. "During visits to the area we found that a majority of the tankers are registered in Gujarat or Pen (registration numbers starting with GJ and MH06)," said Nitin Shinde, MPCB sub-regional officer, Kalyan. "The chemicals dumped in the river are pesticide effluents and there is no such unit here. Also, the volume being dumped is way beyond the capacity of the units in the area. This indicates untreated effluents from other states and industrial areas in Raigad are being dumped here. We wrote to the DCP requesting his department to initiate immediate action. But if the police don't act, my position as an officer in MPCB is that of a tiger without teeth. I can investigate but cannot arrest the mafia." Shinde said he started receiving complaints of foul smell emanating from the river in the last two months. He found hazardous chemicals were being dumped in the river at several points between Ambernath and Ulhasnagar. "A couple of times I went there late in the night and was threatened by the mafia," said Shinde. "They barricade the main approach road and allow only tankers laden with effluents to pass to the banks of the river. There is not much I could do as I was alone with only a driver." As recently as last Thursday, a group of dozen-odd citizens found a tanker emptying effluent near Vadol on the outskirts of Ulhasnagar and alerted other residents. "By the time we reached, the police had arrived," said corporator Tony Sirwani. "They threatened us with dire consequences and even forced us to delete photographs we shot. We have now brought this to the notice of senior police officials." In September, Nilesh Fulore, a resident of Kansai in Ambernath, started feeling dizzy and several of his neighbours even fainted due to the stench in the air. Fulore realised that a tanker must have dumped effluent into the river somewhere close by. Since his house is on the banks of the river it didn't take him long to trace the spot. Fortunately for him the dumping was still in progress. He shot photographs of the tankers and then alerted the police. "The leader of the tanker mafia - Shyam Mhatre - who is also a local recognised me and told me to get lost. When I stood my ground and several of the neighbours joined me, he offered us money. We waited for five hours, but the police never turned up. Mhatre laughed at us and said the police will never come even if we waited all day." On Tuesday, Fulore met DCP Vasant Jadhav and narrated the entire incident and also submitted the photographs he had taken earlier. Sirwani, too, submitted photos from Thursday. When Mumbai Mirror contacted DCP Jadhav, he refused to give out any details. "The case is being investigated are we will crack it soon. We are on the lookout for the main accused and as soon as we have him the entire modus operandi will be known. We have some vital clues and even tanker numbers, which will lead us to the mafia. Give us few days."
2014-12-02Report awaited in toxic gas incident - The Asian A
Report awaited in toxic gas incident Dec 03, 2014 | Age Correspondent | mumbai Share The Ambernath police is still awaiting a Chemical Analysis (CA) report from the Maharashtra Pollution Control Board (MPCB), which will identify the chemical that emitted a poisonous gas after it was dumped in a river and put around 300 residents in the hospital. Meanwhile, several local transport business owners and truckers are being interviewed to identify the driver who dumped the waste in the river. DCP Vasant Jadhav said, “The report should reach us on Wednesday. This will name the chemical, through which we will identify the factory in which such chemicals are either made or are created as by-products. Efforts are on to trace the driver, which will help us identify the factory owner.” “The truck had to be hired by a nearby factory owner as small-time units cannot afford their own transport fleet,” another officer added. On midnight on Saturday, the unidentified truck dumped the waste in a local Ambernath river, which created a toxic gas overnight. From 5 am, Sanjeevani, Trimurti, Central, Shivneri and Criticare Hospitals at Ulhasnagar saw floods of patients complaining about dizziness, chest pain, coughing, vomiting and breathlessness. “We have recorded the statements of all the patients admitted in the Central Hospital in our jurisdiction and sent them to the Ambernath police for investigation,” said senior PI S.N. Phophale of Central police station. “Since no one saw the truck come in and leave the area, identifying it is difficult. Therefore, we are pinning our hopes on the CA report for a breakthrough in the case,” said another officer. 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 Ministry of Home Affairs shifts over 12 IAS officers to meet city shortfall 2014 likely to be warmest year on record Nigeria attack leaves 45 dead Barack Obama vows to protect 5 million immigrants Coorg, state relegated to district, aspires for autonomy Israel foils Hamas ‘assassination bid’ Alo Wala back with 7-city tour No Articles Found Meet the new lumbersexuals A Syrian truce can stop ISIS Coorg, state relegated to district, aspires for autonomy Differing perceptions, same Krishna Buyers use e-retail sites to make best bargain The language of politics 50 Air India pilots have resigned, government informs House Columnists   Thanks for the laughsGautam Chintamani Being a comedian is far from being funny. After a while you cease to be a person.Red light for green judgmentK.N. Bhat Verdicts of the courts can roughly be categorised into three classes. 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.
2014-12-01National Green Tribunal's warning against sewage g
National Green Tribunal’s warning against sewage goes unheededmoreYOUR FRIENDS' ACTIVITY1of1TOP STORIES ACROSS CITIES1.Delhi LG orders drive to clear footpaths2.For whom did Chennai Corporation widen pavements?3.Surat businessman to host wedding of 111 ‘daughters’4.Sons kills mother's paramour in Rajkot village5.9 months on, Chennai techie's killers get life term6.Delhi man throws kid bro-in-law into canal7.Land tangle may delay Delhi Metro Phase-III8.Class 8 boy stabbed to death in classroom9.1 in 3 Mumbai blood banks bleeds its customers: FDA10.Kidnapped 6-year-old found murdered in west DelhimoreTOP STORIES1.Tripura's Marxist CM invites Modi to address his cabinet 2.Four states in south make up 50% of HIV cases3.Forces battle shortage of 'fighting rank' officers4.Land deal with Dhaka will halt influx: Modi5.Northeast youth to join Delhi Police: PMmoreMOST POPULARRead|Commented|SharedFrom City1.Surat businessman to host wedding of 111 ‘daughters’2.Muslim woman weds Hindu man, both killed3.Bribe diary alarms UP netas, babus4.Bikers kill cash van guard, loot Rs 1.5cr in 2 minutesmoreAcross Times of India1.DD anchor distressed by net attack on IFFI gaffe2.Radicalized on net chat room, given Mosul contact: ISIS man3.US lawmaker's aide draws ire over first daughter scolding4.Surat businessman to host wedding of 111 ‘daughters’moreQUICKSTIR 7 Kheer Recipes To Cure 'Rampal Kheer Phobia'9 Great Philosophers And Their Inspiring Quotes!Powerful Poem On Our Obsession With Validation!Let's Honour These 7 Real Men On Int'l Men's Daymore from QuickStir»Weather in MumbaiAllTOIMy ProfileSign into earn your BadgesKnow more about Times PointsSensex 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 ReviewsGuylife | Online SongsInterest Networkitimes | EmailHot on the WebWorld | PoliticsBusiness | SportsEntertainmentScience & TechNew CarsServicesBook print ads | Online shopping | Free SMS | Website design | CRM | TendersMatrimonial | Ringtones | Astrology | Jobs | Tech Community | Property | Buy carBikes in India | Deals | 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 TopicsWatch TV Shows | Photogallery | You Tube | Delhi Travel Guide | Katrina Kaif Photos | Best Android Phones | Hindi Songs | Credit Card | iPhone 6 Price | Facebook | Sunny Leone PhotosCopyright © 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.It was in May this year that the National Green Tribunal (NGT) Pune bench, directed the Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation to stop the discharge of untreated effluents into the drinking water source of the Kalyan-Dombivli municipal corporation.WATCH LIVE TVx
2014-12-01More than 360 take ill after tanker dumps untreate
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2014-12-01Owner of tanker that dumped chemicals in Ulhas riv
Owner of tanker that dumped chemicals in Ulhas river held5.Cops arrest 24 gangsters in two monthsmoreYOUR FRIENDS' ACTIVITY1of1TOP STORIES ACROSS CITIES1.Delhi LG orders drive to clear footpaths2.For whom did Chennai Corporation widen pavements?3.Surat businessman to host wedding of 111 ‘daughters’4.Sons kills mother's paramour in Rajkot village5.9 months on, Chennai techie's killers get life term6.Delhi man throws kid bro-in-law into canal7.Land tangle may delay Delhi Metro Phase-III8.Class 8 boy stabbed to death in classroom9.1 in 3 Mumbai blood banks bleeds its customers: FDA10.Kidnapped 6-year-old found murdered in west DelhimoreTOP STORIES1.Villagers issue ultimatum to administration: Release Rohtak sisters’ molesters2.Maoists kill 13 CRPF men in Chhattisgarh3.Singapore to plan, Japan to build Andhra capital4.ISIS may possess nuclear material: Report5.India ban hits Nepal's mass animal sacrificemoreMOST POPULARRead|Commented|SharedFrom City1.Surat businessman to host wedding of 111 ‘daughters’2.Amit Shah halts speech for azan, says won't give Mamata leeway3.Muslim woman weds Hindu man, both killed4.Bribe diary alarms UP netas, babusmoreAcross Times of India1.Actor Gauhar Khan slapped for 'skimpy' dress2.Haryana govt announces cash reward for Rohtak sisters3.Four states in south make up 50% of HIV cases4.DD anchor distressed by net attack on IFFI gaffemoreQUICKSTIR 7 Kheer Recipes To Cure 'Rampal Kheer Phobia'9 Great Philosophers And Their Inspiring Quotes!Powerful Poem On Our Obsession With Validation!Let's Honour These 7 Real Men On Int'l Men's Daymore from QuickStir»Weather in MumbaiAllTOIMy ProfileSign into earn your BadgesKnow more about Times PointsSensex 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 ReviewsGuylife | Online SongsInterest Networkitimes | EmailHot on the WebWorld | PoliticsBusiness | SportsEntertainmentScience & TechNew CarsServicesBook print ads | Online shopping | Free SMS | Website design | CRM | TendersMatrimonial | Ringtones | Astrology | Jobs | Tech Community | Property | Buy carBikes in India | Deals | 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 TopicsWatch TV Shows | Photogallery | You Tube | Delhi Travel Guide | Katrina Kaif Photos | Best Android Phones | Hindi Songs | Credit Card | iPhone 6 Price | Facebook | Sunny Leone PhotosCopyright © 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 owner of the tanker that carried untreated chemical effluents and dumped them into the Waldhuni river has been arrested and charged with culpable homicide. The Maharashtra Pollution Control Board (MPCB) is the complainant in the matter, principal secretary (environment) Medha Gadgil said.WATCH LIVE TVx
2014-12-01Cops-local tanker mafia link? - Times Now.tv
Cops-local tanker mafia link? URL:  Embed:   Email  Share  Comment     Hundreds of people have been suffering from nausea, vomiting and respiratory problems after dangerous chemicals have been dumped into a public water body in Ulhasnagar near Mumbai. And, authorities in the area refused to crack down on grave illegality. Most of the victims of Saturday's (Nov 29)health scare in Ulhasnagar have recovered but a TIMES NOW investigation reveals that even local authorities may be in cahoots with the mafia dumping the toxic chemicals.     SPECIAL COVERAGE SpiceJet delays salariesWinter challenge About Us | Regulatory | Contact Us | Terms of Use and Grievance Redressal Policy | Advertise with Us | Jobs | Affiliate Networks | Complaint Redressal | Feedback | SitemapCopyright © TimesNow.tv All rights reserved. Reproduction of news articles, photos, videos or any other content in whole or in part in any form or medium without express written permission of TimesNow.tv is prohibited. Bookmark / Share Hotklix this  Google Bookmarks  Facebook  Yahoo MyWeb StumbleUpon  Reddit

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Nitin Lulla      [ 2012-02-01 ]
Jaise mumbai bahar se khubsoorat hai or Andar se utna hi ganda or worst hai, waise hi ulhasnagar b lookiwise acha hota ja raha hai but uski tarah andar se ganda or khatrnak b ho raha hai..
ajusudhir      [ 2012-01-24 ]
I LOVE ULHASNAGER
rajesh varma      [ 2011-12-30 ]
kindly control the street dog... in ulhasnagar 1
Lalu      [ 2011-12-25 ]
Please clear the illegal Parkig of 2 lines of Trucks Parked on both sides of road at Vithalwaadi Rly. station raod, near kajal Petrol Pump, Ulhasnagar-3.
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