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2015-08-29Prepare a virtual rakhi using crayons, colours on Saturday - Times of India
Prepare a virtual rakhi using crayons, colours on SaturdayBella JaisinghaniBella Jaisinghani,TNN | Aug 29, 2015, 07.19 AM ISTShare on Linkedin CommentsMoreGoogle BookmarksNewsvineLive BookmarksTechnoratiYahoo BookmarksBlogmarksDel.icio.usApnaCircleEmail this articleSave this articleMy Saved articlesPrint this articleAReduce font sizeAIncrease font sizecommentsShare MoreEmail this articleSave this articlePrint this articleAReduce font sizeAIncrease font sizeGoogle BookmarksNewsvineLive BookmarksTechnoratiYahoo BookmarksBlogmarksDel.icio.usApnaCircleMy Saved articlesRELATED MUMBAI: Saturday's full moon of Shravan Purnima brings the festival of Raksha Bandhan that embodies the love between brother and sister. Astrologers have this year advised women to perform the ceremony after 1.50pm given the celestial alignment. "Traditionally, sisters tie the thread on their brothers' wrists in the morning. However, this year the inauspicious period of Bhadra prevails during the first half of Purnima tithi. One should wait for Bhadra to end at 1.50pm before starting any auspicious work. The ceremony may be conducted until 8.58pm," the website DrikPanchang.com stated. As always, silken threads in auspicious colours like red, saffron and yellow are a favourite with women. The stationery company, Camlin, has devised an online app where people can prepare virtual rakhis using crayons and water colours on computers or cell phones and post the images online. Given the exigencies of modern urban living, few brothers are able to make this trip to their sisters' homes this day each year. Khar homemaker Sapna Raheja said, "This year is special because my brother will visit, as Raksha Bandhan falls on the weekend holiday of Saturday. There is no particular sweetmeat associated with the festival. We either prepare %kaju mithai at home or order %the fragrant sev burfi from small businesswomen from Kalyan and Ulhasnagar who bring traditional delicacies to enclaves like %Bandra-Khar and Andheri Lokhandwala." The Koli community will perform the ceremonial Nariyal Purnima puja in their boats as they prepare to resume fishing after the monsoon ban. This year, some native fishermen expressed resentment against the new central government rules allowing fishing to resume from August 1. Damodar Tandel, president of the Akhil Maharashtra Machhimar Kruti Samiti, said, "We prefer to follow the Maharashtra government guidelines which allow resumption of fishing on August 15 or Narali Purnima, whichever falls earlier. The Centre's move only benefits large trawlers which can head into the sea during the monsoon season. Smaller boats owned by Kolis cannot venture far. When we begin fishing after Narali Purnima, we find that commercial trawlers have netted the best catch already. The leavings come to us." Tandel pointed out that the peak monsoon is when fish breed. Trawlers tend to destroy newly hatched eggs with their heavy machinery before Narali Purnima, depleting the catch for the rest of the year. http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/followceleb.cms?alias=Stay updated on the go with Times of India News App. Click here to download it for your device.
2015-08-28Raksha Bandhan mahurat after 1.50pm today - Times of India
Raksha Bandhan mahurat after 1.50pm today Bella Jaisinghani,TNN| Aug 28, 2015, 10.47 PM ISTS Mumbai: Saturday's full moon of Shravan Purnima brings the festival of Raksha Bandhan that embodies the love between brother and sister. Astrologers have this year advised women to perform the ceremony after 1.50pm given the celestial alignment. "Traditionally, sisters tie the thread on their brothers' wrists in the morning. However, this year the inauspicious period of Bhadra prevails during the first half of Purnima tithi. One should wait for Bhadra to end at 1.50pm before starting any auspicious work. The ceremony may be conducted until 8.58pm," the website DrikPanchang.com stated. As always, silken threads in auspicious colours like red, saffron and yellow are a favourite with women. The stationery company, Camlin, has devised an online app where people can prepare virtual rakhis using crayons and water colours on computers or cell phones and post the images online. Given the exigencies of modern urban living, few brothers are able to make this trip to their sisters' homes this day each year. Khar homemaker Sapna Raheja said, "This year is special because my brother will visit, as Raksha Bandhan falls on the weekend holiday of Saturday. There is no particular sweetmeat associated with the festival. We either prepare kaju mithai at home or order the fragrant sev burfi from small businesswomen from Kalyan-Ulhasnagar who bring traditional delicacies to enclaves like Bandra-Khar and Andheri Lokhandwala." The Koli community will perform the ceremonial Nariyal Purnima puja in their boats as they prepare to resume fishing after the monsoon ban. This year, some native fishermen expressed resentment against the new central government rules allowing fishing to resume from August 1. Damodar Tandel, president of the Akhil Maharashtra Machhimar Kruti Samiti, said, "We prefer to follow the Maharashtra government guidelines which allow resumption of fishing on August 15 or Narali Purnima, whichever falls earlier. The Centre's move only benefits large trawlers which can head into the sea during the monsoon season. Smaller boats owned by Kolis cannot venture far. When we begin fishing after Narali Purnima, we find that commercial trawlers have netted the best catch already. The leavings come to us." Tandel pointed out that the peak monsoon is when fish breed. Trawlers tend to destroy newly hatched eggs with their heavy machinery before Narali Purnima, depleting the catch for the rest of the year.
2015-08-26शाळा भरणार एका सत्रात - maharashtra times
शाळा भरणार एका सत्रातShare on Facebookशाळा भरणार एका सत्रातMaharashtra Times| Aug 26, 2015, 09.34 AM ISTShareMy Saved articlesम. टा. वृत्तसेवा, उल्हासनगर पालिकेच्या मराठी शाळांतील विद्यार्थीसंख्या दिवसेंदिवस घटत असताना उल्हासनगर महानगरपालिकेने मात्र पालिकेच्या सर्व शाळा दुपारच्या एकाच सत्रात भरवण्याचा निर्णय घेतला आहे. मात्र पालिकेच्या या निर्णयाला शिक्षक आणि शिक्षक संघटनांनी विरोध दर्शवत हा निर्णय रद्द करण्याची मागणी केल्यामुळे सध्या हा प्रस्ताव स्तगित करण्यात आला असला आहे. मात्र शाळांची पाहणी करत लवकरच शाळा एकाच सत्रात भरवण्यावर पालिका ठाम आहे. उल्हासनगर पालिकेच्या अंतर्गत सध्या एकूण २५ शाळा आहेत. पालिकेच्या मराठी शाळांची पटसंख्या घटत असताना, उल्हासनगर शहरातील पालिकेच्या सर्व शाळांतील विद्यार्थ्यांची संख्याही अवघ्या सहा हजारांवर येऊन ठेपली आहे. सध्या पालिका शाळांमध्ये सकाळच्या सत्रात ८ वी ते १०वी आणि दुपारच्या सत्रात इयत्ता १ ली ते ७ वीचे वर्ग भरतात. मात्र शाळेतील विद्यार्थ्यांची संख्या पाहता या दोन्ही सत्रांतील शाळा दुपारी ११ ते संध्याकाळी ५ या वेळेत घ्याव्यात असा निर्णय महापालिकेने घेतला आहे. या निर्णयामुळे दोन्ही सत्रांतील मुख्यध्यापक शाळेत उपस्थित राहू शकतील. तसेच शाळेच्या कामकाजावर लक्ष राहून शैक्षणिक उपक्रमांमध्येही सुधारणा करता येतील, अशी माहिती उपायुक्त जमीर लेंगरेकर यांनी दिली. मात्र पालिकेच्या या निर्णयाला शिक्षक आणि शिक्षकांच्या संघटनेने विरोध दर्शवला आहे. सकाळी शाळेत येणाऱ्या माध्यमिक विद्यार्थ्यांचे दुपारच्या वेळेत खेळ, संगीत आणि विविध क्लासेस असतात. त्यामुळे विद्यार्थ्यांचे नुकसान होईल असा युक्तिवाद शिक्षकांनी केला आहे. याबाबत महापौर, आमदार आणि शिक्षक संघटनांची बैठक झाली असून, १५ दिवस शाळांची पाहणी करत कोणत्या शाळेत किती विद्यार्थी, शिक्षक येतात, याची पाहणी करून मग हा उपक्रम राबवण्यात येईल. सध्या हा प्रस्ताव स्थगित करण्यात आला आहे. मात्र शिक्षक, पालक आणि संबंधितांशी विचारविनिमय करून दुपारच्या सत्राला विरोध असल्यास सकाळच्या सत्रात शाळा भरवण्याचा विचार करण्यात येणार असल्याचेही लेंगरेकर यांनी 'मटा'शी बोलताना सांगितले. मोबाईल अॅप डाउनलोड करा आणि राहा अपडेट प्रत्येक ताजे अपडेट जाणून घेण्यासाठी महाराष्ट्र टाइम्सच्या फेसबुक पेजला लाइक करा SponsoredShareMy Saved articlesतुमची प्रतिक्रियाFrom around the webतुमच्याबद्दल लिहातुम्ही लिहिलेली प्रतिक्रिया थोड्याच वेळात आपोआप वेबसाइटवर लाइव्ह होईल. आम्ही फिल्टर लावले असल्यामुळे आक्षेपार्ह शब्द असलेल्या प्रतिक्रिया दिसणार नाहीत. तरीही एखादी आक्षेपार्ह प्रतिक्रिया आढळून आल्यास आम्ही ती वेबसाइटवरून काढून टाकू. जे वाचक आमचे नियम, अटी, गोपनीयतेचे धोरण अथवा साइटवर लागू होणाऱ्या इतर कोणत्याची धोरणाचे उल्लंघन करताना आढळल्यास त्यांना ब्लॉक करण्यात येईल.रजिस्टर /लॉग-इन करारजिस्टर लॉग-इन करायचे नसल्यास सांगातुमचे नावतुमचा ई-मेलठिकाणसोडवा5 + 5 =धन्यवादप्रतिक्रिया दिल्याबद्दल आपले धन्यवादव्हेरिफिकेशनसाठी तुम्हाला एक ई-मेल पाठविण्यात आली आहे. कृपया त्या मेलमध्ये देण्यात आलेल्या लिंकवर क्लिक करा.तुमची प्रतिक्रियाखाली चार पर्याय दिलेले आहे. मराठीत टाइपिंग करण्यासाठी तुम्हाला इनस्क्रिप्ट येत असेल तर पहिला ऑप्शन निवडा. अन्यथा दुसरा ऑप्शन निवडा, ज्यात तुम्ही इंग्रजी अक्षरे वापरून मराठीत लिहू शकता. म्हणजेच majhya mate असे लिहिल्यावर आपोआप 'माझ्या मते' असे दिसू लागेल. तसंच इथं असलेला वर्चुअल किबोर्ड वापरूनही मराठीत लिहू शकता. तसंच इंग्रजीमधून आपण आपलं मत मांडणार असाल तर तिसरा पर्याय उपलब्ध आहे.नियम व अटीतुम्ही लिहिलेली प्रतिक्रिया थोड्याच वेळात आपोआप वेबसाइटवर लाइव्ह होईल. आम्ही फिल्टर लावले असल्यामुळे आक्षेपार्ह शब्द असलेल्या प्रतिक्रिया दिसणार नाहीत. तरीही एखादी आक्षेपार्ह प्रतिक्रिया आढळून आल्यास आम्ही ती वेबसाइटवरून काढून टाकू. जे वाचक आमचे नियम, अटी, गोपनीयतेचे धोरण अथवा साइटवर लागू होणाऱ्या इतर कोणत्याची धोरणाचे उल्लंघन करताना आढळल्यास त्यांना ब्लॉक करण्यात येईल.मराठीत लिहा (इनस्क्रिप्ट)| मराठीत लिहा (इंग्रजी अक्षरांमध्ये) | Write in English | व्हर्चुअल की-बोर्डतुमची प्रतिक्रिया लाइव्ह होताच ई-मेलद्वारे तुम्हाला सूचना देण्यात येईलतुम्ही लिहिलेली प्रतिक्रिया थोड्याच वेळात आपोआप वेबसाइटवर लाइव्ह होईल. आम्ही फिल्टर लावले असल्यामुळे आक्षेपार्ह शब्द असलेल्या प्रतिक्रिया दिसणार नाहीत. तरीही एखादी आक्षेपार्ह प्रतिक्रिया आढळून आल्यास आम्ही ती वेबसाइटवरून काढून टाकू. जे वाचक आमचे नियम, अटी, गोपनीयतेचे धोरण अथवा साइटवर लागू होणाऱ्या इतर कोणत्याची धोरणाचे उल्लंघन करतील त्यांना ब्लॉक करण्यात येईल.आपली प्रतिक्रिया शोधण्यासाठी आपल्या कि-बोर्डवर एकाचवेळी ctrl आणि F दाबा आणि आपले नाव टाइप करा.प्रतिक्रियावर्गीकरण:सर्वात नवीन|सर्वात जुने|सर्वोत्तम|सहमत|असहमत उत्तर द्या धन्यवादप्रतिक्रिया दिल्याबद्दल आपले धन्यवादव्हेरिफिकेशनसाठी तुम्हाला एक ई-मेल पाठविण्यात आली आहे. कृपया त्या मेलमध्ये देण्यात आलेल्या लिंकवर क्लिक करा.तुमची प्रतिक्रियाखाली चार पर्याय दिलेले आहे. मराठीत टाइपिंग करण्यासाठी तुम्हाला इनस्क्रिप्ट येत असेल तर पहिला ऑप्शन निवडा. अन्यथा दुसरा ऑप्शन निवडा, ज्यात तुम्ही इंग्रजी अक्षरे वापरून मराठीत लिहू शकता. म्हणजेच majhya mate असे लिहिल्यावर आपोआप 'माझ्या मते' असे दिसू लागेल. तसंच इथं असलेला वर्चुअल किबोर्ड वापरूनही मराठीत लिहू शकता. तसंच इंग्रजीमधून आपण आपलं मत मांडणार असाल तर तिसरा पर्याय उपलब्ध आहे.नियम व अटीतुम्ही लिहिलेली प्रतिक्रिया थोड्याच वेळात आपोआप वेबसाइटवर लाइव्ह होईल. आम्ही फिल्टर लावले असल्यामुळे आक्षेपार्ह शब्द असलेल्या प्रतिक्रिया दिसणार नाहीत. तरीही एखादी आक्षेपार्ह प्रतिक्रिया आढळून आल्यास आम्ही ती वेबसाइटवरून काढून टाकू. जे वाचक आमचे नियम, अटी, गोपनीयतेचे धोरण अथवा साइटवर लागू होणाऱ्या इतर कोणत्याची धोरणाचे उल्लंघन करताना आढळल्यास त्यांना ब्लॉक करण्यात येईल.मराठीत लिहा (इनस्क्रिप्ट)| मराठीत लिहा (इंग्रजी अक्षरांमध्ये) | Write in English | व्हर्चुअल की-बोर्डतुमची प्रतिक्रिया लाइव्ह होताच ई-मेलद्वारे तुम्हाला सूचना देण्यात येईल.या प्रतिक्रियेवर तुमचा आक्षेप आहे का?खाली दिलेल्या कारणांपैकी कोणतेही एक कारण निवडा आणि 'आक्षेपार्ह' बटनलर क्लिक करा. तुमची तक्रार आमच्या मॉडरेटरपर्यंत लगेच पोहचवली जाईल. त्यांना आक्षेप योग्य वाटल्यास ही प्रतिक्रिया काढून टाकण्यात येईल.नावआक्षेपाचे कारण:आक्षेपार्ह भाषाखोटा/निराधार आरोपविशिष्ट समाजाविरुद्ध भडकावण्याचा प्रयत्नअन्यआपला आक्षेप संपादकांपर्यंत पोहचवण्यात आला आहेमहाराष्ट्र बातम्या'एसआरपीएफ’ची फायरींग अखेर थांबलीपुरंदरे विरोध आता महापालिकेतहीशेअरबाजारच्या इमारतीवर हेलिकॉप्टरमधून एनएसजीसहा हजार कोटींचा ‘धीरुभाई अंबानी एअरोस्पेस पार्क’कोल्हापुरातील टोलवसुली अखेर बंदठाणे बातम्याठाणे पालिकेचा राष्ट्रीय गौरव‘डिजिटली सेफ’ शहरध्वनिप्रदूषण झोनला मुभास्वाइन फ्लूचे पेशंट वाऱ्यावरगैरहजर कर्मचाऱ्यावर कृपा!सर्व प्रोफाइलमटामाझे पदक मिळवण्यासाठी साइन इन कराचोखंदळ वाचकमटा ऑनलाइनवरील आक्षेपार्ह कमेंट शोधा आणि त्याबद्दल तक्रार नोंदवा. तुमचे मत योग्य असेल तर तुम्हाला मिळेल चोखंदळ वाचक पुरस्कार. या पुरस्काराच्या लेव्हल ५ पर्यंत आपण पोहचलात तर आम्ही तुम्हाला आक्षेपार्ह कमेंट डिलिट करण्याचा अधिकार देऊ.चोखंदळ वाचकमोलाचं मतप्रतिक्रिया द्या आणि पुरस्कार जिंका! कुठल्याही बातमीवर, फोटोवर किंवा ब्लॉगवर प्रतिक्रिया देऊन तुम्ही ठरू शकता 'महाराष्ट्र टाइम्स ऑनलाइन'चे मोलाचे 'मतदार'.मोलाचं मतमटा भ्रमरmtonline.in वर रोज या आणि बना 'मटा भ्रमर'. रोज या आणि मटा ऑनलाइनला बनवा तुमचा इंटरनेटवरील हॉटस्पॉट.मटा भ्रमरबिग बॉस आपण आपल्या प्रतिक्रियांद्वारे दुस-यांवर प्रभाव टाकू शकत असाल तर आपण जिंकू शकता 'बिग बॉस' पुरस्कार. आपल्या प्रतिक्रियेशी अन्य वाचक सहमत असतील, शिफारस करत असतील तर आपण जिंकू शकता 'बिग बॉस' पुरस्कार.बिग बॉससुपर वाचकजास्तीत जास्त बातम्या वाचा, व्हिडिओ-फोटोगॅलरी पाहा आणि व्हा मटाचे सुपर वाचक.सुपर वाचकई-मेल मास्टरआपल्या इनबॉक्समध्ये मिळवा आपल्या मराठी बातम्या. आमचे न्यूजलेटर सबस्क्राइब करा आणि बना मटा 'ई-मेल मास्टर'ई-मेल मास्टरसदस्यmtonline.in वर रजिस्टर करताच आपण सदस्य होता. त्यानंतर आपण पुरस्कार आणि पॉइंट्स मिळवू शकता.सदस्य'शेअर'वीरशेअर करून आपण जिंकू शकता 'शेअर'वीर पुरस्कार. त्यासाठी लेख, बातम्या, ब्लॉग शेअर, लाइक अथवा रेकमेंड करा.'शेअर'वीरसोशल नेटवर्करआपण मटा अकाउंटला फेसबुक आणि ट्विटरशी जोडून सोशल नेटवर्कर पुरस्कार जिंकू शकता.सोशल नेटवर्करकाय आहेत टाइम्स पॉइंट्स? एक नजर बातम्यांवर महाराष्ट्र देश विदेश ग्लोबल महाराष्ट्र अर्थ क्रीडा संपादकीय सिनेमॅजिक प्रगती फास्ट लाइफस्टाइल इन्फोटेक भविष्य हसा लेको फोटोगॅलरी व्हिडिओनियमित कनेक्टेड राहामहाराष्ट्र टाइम्स अॅपसोबतआमच्या इतर साइट्सTimes of India| Economic Times | iTimes|Vijay Karnataka| Ei Samay | Navgujarat Samay | नवभारत टाइम्स |Business Insider| ZoomTv | Gizmodo | Lifehacker | BoxTV| Gaana | Shopping | IDiva | Astrology | Matrimonial महाराष्ट्र टाइम्सला फेसबुकवर Like करा Pune News Nagpur News Nashik News Kolhapur News Marathi News Marathi News Android APP Marathi Jokes Horoscope in Marathi Marathi movies About Us |  Advertise with Us |  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2015-08-21Schoolkids will soon get to score on rugby pitch as dist gets ready to promote ... - Times of India
Schoolkids will soon get to score on rugby pitch as dist gets ready to promote sport B Nayak,TNN | Aug 21, 2015, 11.17 AM IST THANE: The Thane Rugby Football Association (TRFA), in conjunction with Rugby Association of Maharashtra (RAM) has introduced World Rugby's 'Get Into Rugby' programme that will be held in Thane district to promote the game in the region. In fact, rugby has been re-included in the Olympics and will be featured in Rio-de-Janeiro, 2016 as one of the competitive disciplines. It has also been included in the School Games Federation of India (SGFI) and will be one of the disciplines in the National School Games, this season. Schoolkids are taking keen interest in the game in the run-up to the competition that will be held in Odisha and Chhattisgarh in December. The events will be held for the Under-17 and Under-19 boy's and girl's category. "We are excited with this news. The game is packed with a lot of fun and budding players will get a chance to give it their best shot," said a footballer, Vivek Ghosal. The Rugby Association of Maharashtra (RAM) is affiliated to the Maharashtra Olympic Association (MOA), Maharashtra State Directorate of Sport and Youth Services and is a registered member of The Western Indian Rugby Football Union (WIRFU) which, in turn, is a member of the Indian Rugby Football Union (IRFU) the sole governing body of the sport of rugby in India. "The Indian Rugby Football Union (IRFU) is a member of the India Olympic Association (IOA), Asian Rugby Football Union (ARFU) and the World Rugby Board. Finally, we have got all the approvals. The 'Get Into Rugby' programme will will focus more on participation, basic rules and how to play the game. "This program has already taken place in Badlapur, Ambernath and Ulhasnagar. In these places, we have seen over 1, 500 schoolkids take part. Thane city is the next destination," said Pramod Pasi, secretary of TRFA. "The district in general and Thane city, in particular, has huge potential in sports. We need to put Thane on top of the charts in the upcoming state championships, zonal and national tournaments. By the end of this month, we expect to reach out to 5,000 Thaneites," said Bagrao.
2015-08-2123-yr-old 'manhandled' by ticket checker at Thane stn - Times of India
23-yr-old manhandled by ticket checker at Thane stn Shrutika Sukhi,TNN | Aug 21, 2015, 11.12 AM IST THANE: A 23-year-old woman has accused a lady ticket examiner of allegedly manhandling and causing minor injuries to her while travelling in a Thane-bound local on Tuesday. The victim's pass had expired and she had acknowledged her mistake; despite this, the ticket checker manhandled her. The victim, Neha Navgire, is employed with a multinational company in Thane. The Ulhasnagar resident had boarded a Thane-bound local when the incident took place. "I had boarded a 1.45pm local and entered the first class compartment. My pass had expired and I wasn't aware of it. When the ticket checker, Prachi Bhanushali, came to check my pass she told me that it had expired a day before. I told her that I was unaware about it and was ready to pay the fine of Rs 395. But the I realized that I had only Rs 200 in my purse. I then told Bhanushali that I would withdraw money from the ATM and pay her," said Navgire. "Initially Bhanushali agreed. But as soon as we reached Thane station, she pulled me by my hand and dragged me towards the station master's office. I requested her to let me go to the ATM, but she didn't listen. To my luck, a boy came to my rescue and paid my fine amount. He also helped me file a complaint against Bhanushali," she added. The boy, Shine Kumar (22), said that the duo went to complaint about Bhanushali with the station master Vijay Kumar, but he told them that they would have to go to CST to file a complaint. "It was then that we went to the RPF office where we learnt that Kumar himself will have to take down the complaint." The station master was not available for comment.
2015-08-21Open seal at Santacruz fuel pump: HC to metrology dept - Times of India
Open seal at Santacruz fuel pump: HC to metrology dept TNN | Aug 22, 2015, 01.00 AM IST ULHASNAGAR: In a relief to Autopet petrol pump in Santacruz, the Bombay high court on Friday directed the metrology department to open the seal and allow the pump to resume business from Saturday. Metrology officers said they are yet to receive a copy of the HC order and refused comment. Sources said they are likely to challenge the order. "The metrology department (action) was totally illegal. They could at most seize the measure device, but had no power to seal the pump," said advocate Pandurang Pol, counsel for Autopet. "When the metrology staff opened the fuel dispenser, the seals were intact. So, even if there is any tampering, how can the dealer be held responsible?" Earlier this month, the metrology team had sealed the petrol pump after it allegedly came across "meter tampering" in the fuel dispensing unit. They filed a complaint and a staffer was arrested. . The metrology department also called off investigations into another alleged fraud at a pump in Ulhasnagar. "The matter is sub judice. We will not investigate or inspect any pump now," an official added. They had planned to check 140 pumps. But the Vithalwadi police registered an FIR and their probe revealed that the complainant, Satyjeet Burman, already had some petrol inside his bike tank before filling 3 litres. But when the police took measurements, they less than 3 litres of fuel, sources said. One more fuel pump in Ulhasnagar is under suspicion after Pijush Debnath (19) approached the department and the chief minister claiming that a petrol pump staff charged him for 5.74 litre fuel though his bike tank has 5.3 litre capacity.
2015-08-21Collectors asked not to govt deduct dues from LBT grant - Times of India
Collectors asked not to govt deduct dues from LBT grant Ashish Roy | Aug 22, 2015, 03.21 AM IST With municipal corporations in the state reeling under financial troubles following abolition of local body tax (LBT), the urban development department (UDD) has asked district collectors not to divert grants meant for them to other government agencies. UDD had received complaints from the urban local bodies that some collectors had released the grants after deducting the dues payable to other government agencies. The decision is significant as municipal corporations will be dependent on LBT compensation grant in this finanicial year. This decision of state government is in contrast to the one taken earlier wherein the dues payable to Maharashtra Jeevan Pradhikaran (MJP) were deducted from the octroi compensation grant in lieu of abolition of octroi. Along with Nagpur Municipal Corporation (NMC) nine other municipal corporations did not get any money. These were Ulhasnagar, Kolhapur, Malegaon, Ahmednagar, Dhule, Parbhani, Amravati, Akola, and Chandrapur. Money is a two way traffic between state government and municipal corporations. Many times the municipal bodies owe some dues to the state government directly. A circular issued by UDD has made it clear that such dues should not be deducted from grants for municipal bodies as it upsets their financial planning. The state government has decided to compensate municipal corporations for loss of LBT revenue by providing the revenue generated through stamp duty in the city. There are seven cities where stamp duty collection is more than the highest LBT or octroi collection in last five years. The rest will get some money from the government to bridge the deficit. Both the stamp duty revenue and the deficit compensation amount will be provided to the municipal corporations through the district collector. The UDD circular assumes importance in this context. The circular notwithstanding, deduction of government dues from LBT compensation grant is not the only worry for corporations. The state government is not releasing the full amount as finance ministry has imposed a 30% cut on grants payable to them. In case of NMC, the government released only Rs30 crore as LBT compensation for the month of August 2015 against a requirement of Rs45 crore.
2015-08-21Digha locals stage protest march to MIDC office against demolition - Times of India
Digha locals stage protest march to MIDC office against demolition George Mendonca,TNN | Aug 22, 2015, 12.24 AM IST Mumbai: Around 2,500 residents from Digha, who have been served with evacuation notice by the MIDC, staged a protest march to MIDC office at Mahape on Friday. The protestors, marching under the banner of 'Digha Ghar Babhav Sangharsha Samiti', were served with evacuation notice by MIDC, following HC directives, in response to a PIL on illegal buildings in Digha. The morcha was led by local NCP corporator Navin Gavate and supported by Airoli MLA Sandeep Naik, who addressed the gathering outside MIDC office. Gavate then led a delegation, who met MIDC's executive engineer and submitted their memorandum of demands. Corporator Navin Gavate said that the government needs to consider the case of Digha residents on humanitarian grounds and regularized their houses, similar to the decision taken for Ulhasnagar and Campa Cola society in Mumbai. "Before evacuating the residents, who are allegedly staying in unauthorized buildings, they should be rehabilitated. Our demand also includes SRA scheme for Digha's slums and cluster development scheme for high-rise buildings, which the state should consider on priority basis," he added. The Rabale MIDC police deployed 150 cops to maintain law and order. Senior inspector Ramchandra Deshmukh said that the protest march was conducted in a peaceful manner. Avinash Mali, deputy engineer, said that MIDC has served legal notices to 1,895 residents staying in 74 illegally-constructed multi-storey buildings, which have encroached on MIDC land. "We sent evacuation notice with a deadline of 32 days, which ends on September 12 for one lot and September 30 for another lot of notices. We will abide by the court orders and carry out the demolition." He added that after the deadline, residents will be served with another legal notice for evacuation within seven days followed by another 24-hour notice and the demolition will be conducted only after that, as per HC orders. Mali also said that the delegation said that the residents are willing to pay applicable charges, albeit nominal, to MIDC for avoiding demolition. "However, the proposal is not feasible and MIDC will go ahead with the demolition as per the scheduled dates, unless there is a stay order from the court," he added.
2015-08-21BMC to give half of Taloja land to other civic bodies for landfill - Daily News & Analysis
BMC to give half of Taloja land to other civic bodies for landfill Friday, 21 August 2015 - 7:40am IST | Agency: dna | From the print edition Ateeq Shaikh The BMC, Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority (MMRDA) and Urban Development Department are discussing the pros and cons of such a move. Sources within the MMRDA shared that sharing land with the BMC may have an adverse impact in the handling of solid waste in the rest of MMR. The regional landfill site in Taloja. More land is to be acquired from around the existing area, parcels of which belong to private parties The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) may take away almost half of the land marked at Taloja for a regional landfill for other civic bodies in the Mumbai Metropolitan Region (MMR). The BMC, Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority (MMRDA) and Urban Development Department are discussing the pros and cons of such a move. Sources within the MMRDA shared that sharing land with the BMC may have an adverse impact in the handling of solid waste in the rest of MMR. When the development authority had conceptualised and begun implementing the landfill project, the BMC had decided not be a part of it. Thus, in 2011 four municipal corporations Thane, Kalyan-Dombivali, Ulhasnagar and Bhiwandi-Nizampur and two municipal councils Ambarnath and Kulgaon-Badlapur were to pool refuse in the facility in Taloja. At the moment, the MMRDA has possession of the Taloja land. We are in dialogue with the Urban Development Department. The idea is to give around 50 hectares to the BMC for a dedicated landfill site as they are not ready to be part of larger regional landfill planned by us, said a senior MMRDA official. If there are directions to share the piece of land of around 50 hectares with the BMC, then other civic bodies will stand to lose out on a long-term landfill site. On July 31, 2010, the MMRDA had got the possession of 117 hectares or 289.113 acres from state government's revenue and forest departments. More land is to be acquired surrounding the existing site. These land parcels are in possession of private parties. A total of 750 acres or 303.5 hectares was planned for the regional landfill site. In August 2014, a contract with Hyderabad-based Ramky Infrastructure (the private agency that was finalised for regional landfill site) was scrapped as it was reportedly blacklisted by some civic bodies in India. Therefore, this led to restarting the process to set up the facility through Public Private Partnership mode. As per the MMRDA earlier plans, the e-waste facility was to come up over four hectares for scientific disposal of waste generated in Mumbai and MMR. Annually, the state generates around 20,000 tonnes of e-waste, out of which Mumbai alone contributes 11,000 tonnes. The regional solid waste management project that was to come up over 117 hectares was expected to clear around 2,000 metric tonnes of garbage daily. The cost of the project was Rs 1,000 crore and Rs 8 crore for solid waste management and e-waste facilities respectively.
2015-08-20Nepalese girl rescued by Thane AHTC; Youth held - Mid-Day
Nepalese girl rescued by Thane AHTC; Youth held By PTI |Posted 4 hours Thane: A 26-year-old man has been arrested by the Anti-Human Trafficking Cell of Thane police for allegedly luring a Nepalese minor girl into his custody on the pretext of looking after her, police said on Thursday. The relatives of the 17-year-old victim were trying to 'sell her off' when the accused A R Gautam, who was on a visit to Nepal, assured them that he would support the girl and brought her to a chawl in Gaikwad Pada in Ulhasnagar township here, Inspector S I Shaikh of Thane AHTC said. Acting on a tip-off, the AHTC officials, in the wee hours of on Wednesday, raided the place and rescued the girl. Gautam was arrested, he said. The accused, was to marry the girl to which she had agreed, was reportedly already married twice. He hails from Uttar Pradesh, the Inspector said. A case has been registered under section 366B (Importation of girl from foreign country) of the IPC by the Ambernath East police and further investigation is on, he added.
2015-08-20Schoolkids will soon get to score on rugby pitch as dist gets ready to promote ... - Times of India
Schoolkids will soon get to score on rugby pitch as dist gets ready to promote sport B Nayak,TNN | Aug 20, 2015, 10.12 PM IST Thane: The Thane Rugby Football Association (TRFA), in conjunction with Rugby Association of Maharashtra (RAM) has introduced World Rugby's 'Get Into Rugby' programme that will be held in Thane district to promote the game in the region. In fact, rugby has been re-included in the Olympics and will be featured in Rio-de-Janeiro, 2016 as one of the competitive disciplines. It has also been included in the School Games Federation of India (SGFI) and will be one of the disciplines in the National School Games, this season. Schoolkids are taking keen interest in the game in the run-up to the competition that will be held in Odisha and Chhattisgarh in December. The events will be held for the Under-17 and Under-19 boy's and girl's category. "We are excited with this news. The game is packed with a lot of fun and budding players will get a chance to give it their best shot," said a footballer, Vivek Ghosal. The Rugby Association of Maharashtra (RAM) is affiliated to the Maharashtra Olympic Association (MOA), Maharashtra State Directorate of Sport and Youth Services and is a registered member of The Western Indian Rugby Football Union (WIRFU) which, in turn, is a member of the Indian Rugby Football Union (IRFU)—the sole governing body of the sport of rugby in India. "The Indian Rugby Football Union (IRFU) is a member of the India Olympic Association (IOA), Asian Rugby Football Union (ARFU) and the World Rugby Board. Finally, we have got all the approvals. The 'Get Into Rugby' programme will will focus more on participation, basic rules and how to play the game. "This program has already taken place in Badlapur, Ambernath and Ulhasnagar. In these places, we have seen over 1, 500 schoolkids take part. Thane city is the next destination," said Pramod Pasi, secretary of TRFA. "The district in general and Thane city, in particular, has huge potential in sports. We need to put Thane on top of the charts in the upcoming state championships, zonal and national tournaments. By the end of this month, we expect to reach out to 5,000 Thaneites," said Bagrao.
2015-08-2023-yr-old 'manhandled' by ticket checker at Thane stn - Times of India
23-yr-old manhandled by ticket checker at Thane stn Shrutika Sukhi,TNN Agencies | Aug 20, 2015, 10.05 PM IST Thane: A 23-year-old woman has accused a lady ticket examiner of allegedly manhandling and causing minor injuries to her while travelling in a Thane-bound local on Tuesday. The victim's pass had expired and she had acknowledged her mistake; despite this, the ticket checker manhandled her. The victim, Neha Navgire, is employed with a multinational company in Thane. The Ulhasnagar resident had boarded a Thane-bound local when the incident took place.''I had boarded a 1.45pm local and entered the first class compartment. My pass had expired and I wasn't aware of it. When the ticket checker, Prachi Bhanushali, came to check my pass she told me that it had expired a day before. I told her that I was unaware about it and was ready to pay the fine of Rs 395. But the I realized that I had only Rs 200 in my purse. I then told Bhanushali that I would withdraw money from the ATM and pay her,'' said Navgire. ''Initially Bhanushali agreed. But as soon as we reached Thane station, she pulled me by my hand and dragged me towards the station master's office. I requested her to let me go to the ATM, but she didn't listen. To my luck, a boy came to my rescue and paid my fine amount. He also helped me file a complaint against Bhanushali,'' she added. The boy, Shine Kumar (22), said that the duo went to complaint about Bhanushali with the station master Vijay Kumar, but he told them that they would have to go to CST to file a complaint. ''It was then that we went to the RPF office where we learnt that Kumar himself will have to take down the complaint.''
2015-08-20Is your neighbourhood petrol pump rigged? - Times of India
Is your neighbourhood petrol pump rigged? Pradeep Gupta, Somit Sen | Aug 20, 2015, 11.35 PM IST Kalyan: Close on the heels of a complaint against a petrol pump in Santacruz, a motorist has registered an FIR against a fuel station in Ulhasnagar for meter tampering. The cases confirm suspicions that possibly many petrol pumps in the metropolitan area cut corners. Satyajeet Burman (40) claims he was offered free petrol "whenever need be" when he threatened to expose the Ulhasnagar racket. He said that when he went to the police station to file an FIR, the supporters of a Shiv Sena leader, Dhananjay Borade, threatened him. Burman said Borade even put pressure on the police to not register the FIR, but it was lodged nonetheless against three people: petrol pump staffer Vinay Yadav, the pump's manager, its owner and an agent. The police have booked all four under sections 409 (criminal breach of trust by public servant or banker, merchant or agent) and 34 (common interest) of the Indian Penal Code. Yadav has been arrested. On Wednesday night, Burman, an Ambernath resident, reached the BPCL petrol pump, owned by Shanta Service, around 10pm. He asked Yadav to fill four litres. Burman said that while filling petrol, Yadav engaged him in a discussion, but he managed to notice that the meter counter had not been set at zero. Burman said that when he raised the issue, Yadav started making excuses. His manager came out and started abusing Yadav for making mistakes. Burman said it seemed both were acting in concert as when he told them that he was going to approach the police, the two offered him free petrol for life in unison. Borade, the Sena leader, denied putting pressure on the police. He said that since the petrol pump comes under his area, he merely visited the Vithalwadi police station to see what the matter was. Sanjay Pandey, controller of legal metrology (weights and measures), told TOI he has sent a team to conduct an inquiry at the pump. "Recently we unearthed fraud at a fuel station in Santacruz, where we found that the meter reading chip had been tampered with. We will check if there has been a similar modus operandi in the Ulhasnagar case. If so, we will take stringent action and seal the pump," he said. A source from an oil marketing company said a probe is being conducted. "If there is any irregularity, the pump's operations could be suspended." Motorists say that in such cases, it is difficult to detect fraud. "Oil companies and the metrology department should conduct surprise checks to ascertain if pumps are dispensing fuel for money's worth," said a consumer rights activist.
2015-08-20Nepalese girl rescued by Thane AHTC; Youth held - Press Trust of India
Nepalese girl rescued by Thane AHTC A 26-year-old man has been arrested by the Anti-Human Trafficking Cell of Thane police for allegedly luring a Nepalese minor girl into his custody on the pretext of looking after her, police said today.The relatives of the 17-year-old victim were trying to sell her off' when the accused A R Gautam, who was on a visit to Nepal, assured them that he would support the girl and brought her to a chawl in Gaikwad Pada in Ulhasnagar township here, Inspector S I Shaikh of Thane AHTC said.Acting on a tip-off, the AHTC officials, in the wee hours of yesterday, raided the place and rescued the girl. Gautam was arrested, he said.The accused, was to marry the girl to which she had agreed, was reportedly already married twice. He hails from Uttar Pradesh, the Inspector said.A case has been registered under section 366B (Importation of girl from foreign country) of the IPC by the Ambernath East police and further investigation is on, he added.
2015-08-19H1N1 alarm rings loud in district with 29 deaths - Times of India
H1N1 alarm rings loud in district with 29 deathsShrutika SukhiShrutika Sukhi,TNN | Aug 20, 2015, 12.15 AM ISTShare on Linkedin CommentsMoreGoogle BookmarksNewsvineLive BookmarksTechnoratiYahoo BookmarksBlogmarksDel.icio.usApnaCircleEmail this articleSave this articleMy Saved articlesPrint this articleAReduce font sizeAIncrease font sizecommentsShare MoreEmail this articleSave this articlePrint this articleAReduce font sizeAIncrease font sizeGoogle BookmarksNewsvineLive BookmarksTechnoratiYahoo BookmarksBlogmarksDel.icio.usApnaCircleMy Saved articlesREAD MORE Thane civil hospital|Thane city|Swine flu|civil surgeon|29 livesRELATEDNavi Mumbai: Swine flu has claimed 29 lives in Thane district in the last eight months. Out of those, 8 deaths — the second highest in the entire district — were from Navi Mumbai, revealed data compiled by the civil surgeon of the Thane Civil Hospital. The highest number of deaths, 12, was from Thane city. The outbreak of the flu poses a serious challenge for the health machinery here as the number of persons affected by the H1N1 virus has touched 456 across the district during the last eight months. In acute case of swine flu, the patient has to be quarantined till the fever subsides, as the virus is constantly evolving and can be easily transmitted from person to person even through a simple sneeze or cough. "Thane Civil Hospital is geared to deal with swine flu cases and have treated 28 patients in the last eight months, while two are under treatment presently at the hospital," said civil surgeon Dr Kempi Patil. Chief minister Devendra Fadnavis has already announced free medical assistance for swine flu patients even in private hospitals. Patil added, "We send the swab samples to Haffkine institute for testing. We provide free medicines to those patients who are tested positive. The hospital even has ventilators for those patients who need it." The procedure doesn't just stop after the patient is cured. The hospital authorities also ensure that the virus does not spread to others members in the affected person's family. Additional civil surgeon Ashok Kamble said, "We provide the patient with medicines for a week after he/she is discharged. We also treat the family by giving them medicines so that the virus doesn't spread." The data reveals that of the 456 persons affected by H1N1 virus, 333 were discharged after treatment. They were all in the age group of one to 56. The affected patients are from Navi Mumbai, Thane, Kalyan, Ulhasnagar, Mira-Bhayander, Bhiwandi and Thane rural. Navi Mumbai reported the second highest number of H1NI cases with 125 patients. The least number of cases were reported from Ulhasnagar and Bhiwandi townships, with only one patient each. Dr Ram Kendre, a medical officer, said, "It is difficult to stop the spread of H1N1 virus. It is an air-borne disease. People venture into crowded places regularly, where there are high chances of someone getting infected. Now that festivals are nearing, there are more chances of people getting infected." Doctors said though flu is not life-threatening, it can be more dangerous for the elderly, pregnant women and those with heart problems, diabetes, throat diseases or weak immune systems. http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/followceleb.cms?alias=Thane civil hospital,Thane city,Swine flu,civil surgeon,29 livesStay updated on the go with Times of India News App. Click here to download it for your device.
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उल्लंघन करेंगे, उन्हें ब्लॉक कर दिया जाएगा।हिंदी में लिखें (इन्स्क्रिप्ट)| हिंदी में लिखें (अंग्रेज़ी अक्षरों में) | Write in English | वर्चुअल कीबोर्डआपका कॉमेंट लाइव होते ही इसकी सूचना आपको ईमेल से दी जाएगीनीचे नजर आ रहे कॉमेंट अपने-आप साइट पर लाइव होते हैं। हमने फिल्टर लगा रखे हैं ताकि कोई आपत्तिजनक शब्द या कॉमेंट लाइव न होने पाएं। लेकिन अगर ऐसा कोई कॉमेंट लाइव हो जाता है जिसमें अनर्गल व आपत्तिजनक टिप्पणी की गई है, गाली या भद्दी भाषा है या व्यक्तिगत आक्षेप है, तो उस कॉमेंट के साथ लगे ‘आपत्तिजनक’ लिंक पर क्लिक करें। उसके बाद आपत्ति का कारण चुनें और सबमिट करें। हम उस पर कार्रवाई करते हुए उसे जल्द से जल्द हटा देंगे।अपना कॉमेंट खोजने के लिए अपने कीबोर्ड पर एकसाथ crtl और F दबाएं व अपना नाम टाइप करेंकॉमेंट्सछांटें:सबसे नए|सबसे पुराने|बढ़िया|सहमत|असहमतशुक्रियाअपना कॉमेंट देने के लिये धन्यवाद.वेरिफिकेशन के लिए आपको एक ईमेल भेजी गई है। कृपया उस मेल में दिए गए लिंक पर क्लिक करें।अपना कॉमेंट लिखेंनीचे चार ऑप्शन दिए गए है। हिंदी टाइपिंग (इन्स्क्रिप्ट) जाननेवाले पहला ऑप्शन चुनें। हिंदी टाइपिंग नहीं जानते तो दूसरा ऑप्शन चुनें जिससे आप अंग्रेज़ी अक्षरों में लिखकर हिंदी में टाइप कर सकते हैं – meri raay hai... अपने-आप मेरी राय है...में बदल जाएगा। आप चाहें तो चौथा ऑप्शन चुनकर वर्चुअल कीबोर्ड की मदद भी ले सकते हैं। अगर इंग्लिश में ही लिखना है तो तीसरा ऑप्शन चुनें।नियम एवं शर्तेंआपके कॉमेंट थोड़ी देर बाद अपने-आप साइट पर लाइव हो जाएंगे। हमने फिल्टर लगा रखे हैं ताकि कोई आपत्तिजनक शब्द या कॉमेंट लाइव न होने पाएं। लेकिन अगर किसी कारण ऐसा हुआ तो इसकी सूचना मिलते ही हम उस कॉमेंट को साइट से हटा देंगे। जो पाठक हमारे पैमानों, उपयोग के नियमों व शर्तों, प्राइवसी नीतियों या इस साइट पर लागू होने वाली किसी भी नीति का उल्लंघन करेंगे, उन्हें ब्लॉक कर दिया जाएगा।हिंदी में लिखें (इन्स्क्रिप्ट)| हिंदी में लिखें (अंग्रेज़ी अक्षरों में) | Write in English | वर्चुअल कीबोर्डआपका कॉमेंट लाइव होते ही इसकी सूचना आपको ईमेल से दी जाएगी.क्या आपको इस कॉमेंट पर आपत्ति है?नीचे दिए गए कारणों में से किसी एक को चुनें और ‘आपत्ति दर्ज़ करें’ वाले बटन पर क्लिक करें। आपकी शिकायत हमारे मॉडरेटर तक तुरंत पहुंच जाएगी और अगर 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2015-08-152 flesh trade rackets busted, 6 rescued - Times of India
2 flesh trade rackets busted, 6 rescuedNishikant KarlikarNishikant Karlikar,TNN | Aug 15, 2015, 01.26 PM ISTShare on Linkedin CommentsMoreGoogle BookmarksNewsvineLive BookmarksTechnoratiYahoo BookmarksBlogmarksDel.icio.usApnaCircleEmail this articleSave this articleMy Saved articlesPrint this articleAReduce font sizeAIncrease font sizecommentsShare MoreEmail this articleSave this articlePrint this articleAReduce font sizeAIncrease font sizeGoogle BookmarksNewsvineLive BookmarksTechnoratiYahoo BookmarksBlogmarksDel.icio.usApnaCircleMy Saved articlesRELATED THANE: Two flesh trade rackets were busted and six women were rescued by the Anti Human Trafficking Cell (AHTC) of the Thane police at Daighar and Ulhasnagar on Thursday . The AHTC sleuths had received a tip-off that a residen ial apartment in Ulhasnagar was being used to carry out he sex racket. The cops raided the place and rescued three women who claimed that they were forced into the prostitu ion racket as they were not economically stable. A resident of Kalyan Anil alias Sunny Sharma who was operating he racket has been arrested. In the second incident, the cops raided a lodge in Daighar area. The cops had received a tip-off that the place was being used to carry out prostitution racket. The AHTC sleuths sent an official is plain clothes to confirm about the activities taking place there.Three women were rescued from the lodge and a woman was arrested for running the racket for the last three years. The accused were pro duced before the magistrates court and have been remanded to police custody . Further investigations are on. An offence has been registered with the Daighar and Ulhasnagar police under Sections 370 (2) and (3) of the Indian penal Code and Sections 4 and 5 of the Prevention of Immoral trafficking Act. http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/followceleb.cms?alias=Stay updated on the go with Times of India News App. Click here to download it for your device.
2015-08-15Eight-yr-old boy reunited with family - Times of India
Eight-yr-old boy reunited with familyNishikant KarlikarNishikant Karlikar,TNN | Aug 15, 2015, 11.32 PM ISTShare on Linkedin CommentsMoreGoogle BookmarksNewsvineLive BookmarksTechnoratiYahoo BookmarksBlogmarksDel.icio.usApnaCircleEmail this articleSave this articleMy Saved articlesPrint this articleAReduce font sizeAIncrease font sizecommentsShare MoreEmail this articleSave this articlePrint this articleAReduce font sizeAIncrease font sizeGoogle BookmarksNewsvineLive BookmarksTechnoratiYahoo BookmarksBlogmarksDel.icio.usApnaCircleMy Saved articlesRELATEDThane: An eight-year-old boy was reunited with his parents by the officials of the Child Protection Unit (CPU) of Thane. The boy had gone missing two weeks ago and his parents had suspected that he was kidnapped. However, he was traced at the Dongri remand home by the cops. The boy, Rajit Sawant (name changed), had gone to play outside his Ulhasnagar home in the first week of August. When he did not return home after a while, his parents, who are physically challenged, started looking out for him. But when he was untraceable, they lodged a complaint with the Ulhasnagar police, who registered a kidnapping case. The cops suspected that the boy could be kidnapped by scrap dealers who roam about in the area. ''We interrogated many scrap dealers in Ulhasnagar area. However, none of them had any clue about the boy,'' said sub-inspector Kamalludin Shaikh, who was part of the investigation team. The cops started checking remand homes. Finally, the boy was traced at Dongri, Shaikh said. When the cops asked the boy as to why he took such a step, he said that he was bored at home and so ran away to Ulhasnagar station and reached CST. There he was spotted by some NGO who admitted him to the Dongri remand home. http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/followceleb.cms?alias=Stay updated on the go with Times of India News App. Click here to download it for your device.
2015-08-14Maharashtra diverts NMC's octroi compensation to water authority - Times of India
Maharashtra diverts NMC’s octroi compensation to water authorityAshish RoyAshish Roy,TNN | Aug 15, 2015, 03.00 AM ISTShare on Linkedin CommentsMoreGoogle BookmarksNewsvineLive BookmarksTechnoratiYahoo BookmarksBlogmarksDel.icio.usApnaCircleEmail this articleSave this articleMy Saved articlesPrint this articleAReduce font sizeAIncrease font sizecommentsShare MoreEmail this articleSave this articlePrint this articleAReduce font sizeAIncrease font sizeGoogle BookmarksNewsvineLive BookmarksTechnoratiYahoo BookmarksBlogmarksDel.icio.usApnaCircleMy Saved articlesRELATED NAGPUR: With abolition of octroi and local body tax (LBT), the Nagpur Municipal Corporation (NMC) is largely dependent on state government grants to run the show. It is passing through a financial crisis and in dire need of money. Its hopes were dashed on Friday when the state government, instead of releasing the grant, passed on the sum to Maharashtra Jeevan Pradhikaran (MJP), the government water supply agency. The money was payable to corporation as the 1% stamp duty surcharge that was to be given as compensation when octroi was replaced by LBT. It pertains to the period April to June 2015. Diversion of funds to MJP is not the only worry for municipal corporations. The state government is not releasing the full amount as finance ministry has imposed a 30% cut. The amount to be given to corporations in 2015-16 was Rs 900 crore. The ministry released only Rs630 crore under this head. Earlier, the government had released only Rs30 crore as LBT compensation for the month of August 2015 against a requirement of Rs45 crore. Even though the amount is 12.45 crore it is the principle that has unnerved NMC. The civic agency has not paid dues to some government department and if the state government starts deducting the dues from the grants then NMC will be high and dry. Commenting on the decision, municipal commissioner Shravan Hardikar said that it would affect NMC adversely but said that he would able elaborate only after going through the government resolution (GR) in detail. Mayor Pravin Datke said that he would discuss the issue with chief minister Devendra Fadnavis. An urban development official said that the decision had to be taken on the directives of Bombay High Court. "The HC had expressed displeasure over failure of municipal agencies to pay dues to MJP and had directed government to deduct the dues from grants," he added. NMC is not the only corporation to get zero grant. Ten out of 25 corporations have not been given any money because their share has been given to MJP. These include Ulhasnagar, Kolhapur, Malegaon, Ahmednagar, Dhule, Parbhani, Amravati, Akola, Chandrapur and Nagpur. Only four corporations had zero dues towards MJP — Thane, Navi Mumbai, Nashik and Jalgaon. Government has deducted part amount from the grants payable to remaining corporations. http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/followceleb.cms?alias=Stay updated on the go with Times of India News App. Click here to download it for your device.
2015-08-13Gang of four conmen arrested, 20 cases solved - Times of India
Gang of four conmen arrested, 20 cases solvedGeorge MendoncaGeorge Mendonca,TNN | Aug 13, 2015, 07.02 AM ISTShare on Linkedin CommentsMoreGoogle BookmarksNewsvineLive BookmarksTechnoratiYahoo BookmarksBlogmarksDel.icio.usApnaCircleEmail this articleSave this articleMy Saved articlesPrint this articleAReduce font sizeAIncrease font sizecommentsShare MoreEmail this articleSave this articlePrint this articleAReduce font sizeAIncrease font sizeGoogle BookmarksNewsvineLive BookmarksTechnoratiYahoo BookmarksBlogmarksDel.icio.usApnaCircleMy Saved articlesRELATEDNAVI MUMBAI: A four-member gang of con men were arrested on Monday by the Vashi police while trying to cheat a bank customer and recovered Rs 31,000 cash from them. The cops have connected the gang to 20 such cases registered in neighbouring police stations. The accused have been identified as Feroz Khan (19) from Dombivli, Rashid Sayyed (31) from Ulhasnagar, Vijay Sahu (31) and Madan Das (32), both from Bonkode. "The gang approached a customer, who came to deposit money. One of them asked the customer to help him deposit Rs 1.5 lakh as he did not have a bank account. Another gang member intervened as a stranger and offered help. The man with the money then confessed to have stolen it from his employer's house as retaliation for not being paid," said DCP Shahaji Umap. They showed the customer only the topmost notes in the bundles and asked him to accept the cash in exchange for Rs 30,000. The cops laying in wait caught them in the act, DCP Umap added. Of the 20 cheating cases registered against the gang, two were in Vashi, and the others in Panvel, Kharghar and parts of Mumbai, Umap added. The accused have been remanded to police custody till August 14. DCP Umap rewarded the investigating team with a cash prize of Rs 10,000. The DCP added that one of the accused, Sayyed, worked for a gang run by Bhavesh Patel before forming his own gang. Patel's gang was arrested by the APMC police in February and is said to have used the same modus operandi. http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/followceleb.cms?alias=Stay updated on the go with Times of India News App. Click here to download it for your device.
2015-08-12FIR against fugitive bookie Anil Jaisinghani leaves cops red-faced - Daily News & Analysis
FIR against fugitive bookie Anil Jaisinghani leaves cops red-faced Wednesday, 12 August 2015 - 8:45pm IST | Place: Mumbai | Agency: dna Yogesh Pawar 98Shares Facebook Twitter Google+ Reddit Whatsapp Comments The police had no answers as to why they had not used bookie Anil Jaisinghani's son's phone record to identify the number and coordinates of his fugitive father. dna was the first to front page a report (Feb 17, 2015) highlighting how international cricket bookie Anil Jaisinghani – a suspect under ICC's Anti-Corruption and Security Unit's scanner – was given armed police protection ahead of the World Cup. Nearly three months after he turned fugitive, bookie Anil Jaisinghani, who enjoyed protection at the behest of Mumbai CP Rakesh Maria, is again the cause of several red faces in the police establishment after an FIR was registered against him and his son at the Ulhasanagar Camp 1 police station. Jaisinghani’s son, Akshaan (14) arrived at a hair salon – Bhavani Deva’s salon – five minutes from his home last Saturday around 1pm, demanding a particular kind of cut from the owner Deva Gehlot. The hairstylist has been Anil’s personal barber, visiting the Jaisinghani household to give hair cuts for over two decades. “When I asked for my money, due for several years, Anil would threaten me so I stopped going to their house,” Deva told dna. “Knowing how aggressive both father and son are, all I asked Akshaan is to describe what kind of cut he wanted when he began swearing, using really filthy language. ‘How dare you ask me anything mother-f#(<$r? Don’t you know who I am and what my hair cut should be like?’ Because of his tone and language, I refused to cut his hair and removed the apron I had covered him with.” Akshaan then threatened to get the salon shut and burnt down. Deva told him to make good on the Rs 4,600 pending with the Jaisinghanis. “I told him I can’t work for you with this attitude. Give my money and we can go our ways.” Incensed, Akshaan called his on-the-run father to complain. Promptly, the bookie father called Deva and threatened him in colourful language, which is now part of the FIR. “Teri itni aukaat ke tu mere bete se paise maangta hai? Teri g@@^d faadunga, tere bete Jatin ke haath kaatunga! Haath hee nahi rahe toh kya cutting karega?” Throughout the conversation, which Deva recorded, the hairstylist is pleading. “Like most people here in Ulhasnagar, I’m also afraid of Jaisinghani. After all he has police protection and big contacts,” explains Deva who was willing to put the whole episode behind him. But the Jaisinghanis approached the police with a false complaint stating that Deva had tried to use the shaving knife to attack Akshaan. This is also what Aniksha, Anil’s daughter, recounted to dna when this reporter tried to reach Akshaan for comment. “He is a minor. Trust what I’m telling you on his behalf,” she insisted. However, the police weren’t convinced. “When we checked CCTV footage at the salon, this turned out to be untrue. Since the footage and phone recording held up Deva’s version, we registered an FIR against Akshaan and his father,” says PI Kishore Jadhav of the Ulhasanagar Camp 1 police station. He had no answers as to why the police had not used Akshaan’s phone record to identify the number and coordinates of his fugitive father. Repeated attempts to reach Thane CP Parambir Singh for comment failed. It will be recalled that following the raids by ED, Ahmedabad, on the Jaisinghani household on May 22, after the bookie fled on being charged under Prevention of Money Laundering Act, the Ahmedabad HC had issued a non-bailable warrant against him. Sources at the ED - who expressed surprise that the same police who tailed Jaisinghani for 18 long years was unable to trace him for nearly three months – told dna that the bookie had called the landline and insisted on speaking to the officials handling his case. “When he was told this couldn’t be done, he began getting abusive with the female staffer and threatened her too,” said the source who added, “That conversation too has been recorded.” And the inquiry goes on… Following the staggering embarrassment over his government providing protection to notorious bookie Anil Jaisinghani making headlines, Maharashtra CM Devendra Fadnavis had announced an inquiry into the issue by additional chief secretary (home) KP Bakshi on May 30. Repeated attempts at reaching the bureaucrat for status on the inquiry drew a blank. dna was the first to front page a report (Feb 17, 2015) highlighting how international cricket bookie Jaisinghani – a suspect under ICC's Anti-Corruption and Security Unit's scanner – was given armed police protection ahead of the World Cup. The decision had led to many raised eyebrows as the CM as opposition leader had torn into the erstwhile Cong-NCP government, on the assembly floor, over the protection given to a person arrested for betting multiple times under the Gambling and Telegraph Act. After bedlam over Fadnavis pointing out how Jaisinghani's name showed up as a 'history-sheeter' on the Thane police website, then home minister RR Patil was forced to withdraw the protection in 2010. Incidentally, BJP's Ranjit Patil, who raised this issue vocally in the legislative council, is the one who has signed the order granting him protection as MoS Home (Urban). 98Shares Facebook Twitter Google+ Reddit Whatsapp Comments Anil JaisinghanibookieUlhasnagarMumbaiMaharashtraFIR
2015-08-12Discontented HC asks govt to compensate Thane woman for poor healthcare services - The Indian Express
Discontented HC asks govt to compensate Thane woman for poor healthcare services Discontented HC asks govt to compensate Thane woman for poor healthcare services A visibly dissatisfied bench of the Bombay High Court Wednesday asked the government if it is willing to monetarily compensate a Thane woman who had given birth to a stillborn due to medical negligence. Comments Written by Aamir Khan | Mumbai | Published:August 13, 2015 2:08 am Bombay High Court “Somebody has to go to jail. Tell us who it should be?” With these words that resonated in the courtroom of Justices A S Oka and Revati Mohite Dere, a visibly dissatisfied bench of the Bombay High Court Wednesday asked the government if it is willing to monetarily compensate a Thane woman who had given birth to a stillborn due to medical negligence and abysmal condition of government healthcare facilities. On February 23, The Indian Express had met 21-year-old Tulsa Wagh from Maroshi village in Murbad Taluka, Thane, who had narrated her plight owing to the dismal healthcare infrastructure. Two weeks before the meeting, the pregnant woman in labour was taken to the rural hospital in Tokawade village, 14 km away from her house. She had to travel the whole rickety way in a private vehicle as repeated attempts to call to the 108 emergency ambulance services went in vain. But that was not the end of her ordeal. Share This Article Related ArticleFB post case: HC raps govt,says its stand on cops casualRemove illegal offices or face action: High Court to political partiesHC to appoint more MCOCA judgesHC summons members of panel set up to look into bonded labourMumbai stir: HC tells Rlys to compensate those hitHC questions Maha govt on political vandalism in state Though two doctors examined her there, owing to poor infrastructure, she was referred to Ulhasnagar Central Hospital, almost 60 km away. After a back-breaking ride amid which her water broke, Tulsa reached Ulhasnagar Central Hospital, where she gave birth to a stillborn after a caesarian surgery. Incidentally, in 2013, a Public Interest Litigation (PIL) was filed regarding the dismal condition of the rural healthcare infrastructure. Following the PIL, the high court had in September 2013 ordered that the Tokawade Public Health Centre be replaced with the Tokawade Rural Hospital by December 31, 2013. The Indian Express’s visit in February revealed that even though the signboard has changed, services in the hospital have not been upgraded. The construction of the building was also incomplete. This revelation resulted in the petitioner’s lawyers initiating contempt of court proceedings, that is currently being heard. The lawyers, and local activists, have come out with a fact-finding report based on Tulsa’s ordeal and the grim reality of the medical aid on offer. The report, titled ‘Denial of Maternal and Healthcare Service to Tulsa Wagh’ was presented to Justices AS Oka and Revati Mohite Dere Wednesday. After carefully going through the report, the high court said: “Show us if there was any effort made to follow up the matter,” while asking if doctors part of the emergency 108 ambulance services were qualified enough. “Is the state willing to offer (Tulsa) ex-gratia compensation?” the high court asked while questioning the state about the officer responsible for the completion of the rural hospital. Discontented with the government’s reply, the high court also made it clear it may direct the state’s chief secretary to appoint a senior IAS officer along with a gynecologist to look into the issue. In addition, the state will have to also inform the court about the current state of affairs of the existing medical services. aamir.khan@expressindia.com Do you like this story
2015-08-1155% of dangerous structures stand tall in TMC jurisdiction - Times of India
55% of dangerous structures stand tall in TMC jurisdictionNishikant KarlikarNishikant Karlikar,TNN | Aug 11, 2015, 01.18 PM ISTShare on Linkedin CommentsMoreGoogle BookmarksNewsvineLive BookmarksTechnoratiYahoo BookmarksBlogmarksDel.icio.usApnaCircleEmail this articleSave this articleMy Saved articlesPrint this articleAReduce font sizeAIncrease font sizecommentsShare MoreEmail this articleSave this articlePrint this articleAReduce font sizeAIncrease font sizeGoogle BookmarksNewsvineLive BookmarksTechnoratiYahoo BookmarksBlogmarksDel.icio.usApnaCircleMy Saved articlesREAD MORE Thane Municipal Corporation|buildingRELATED THANE: Around 55 per cent of dangerous buildings in Thane district fall under the jurisdiction of the Thane Municipal Corporation, while 47 per cent exist under the Bhiwandi-Nizampur Municipal Corporation (BNMC), revealed data released by the Thane district collectorate. A survey carried out by the municipal corporations in the district— Thane Municipal Corporation (TMC), Bhiwandi-Nizampur Municipal Corporation (NMC), Kalyan-Dombivli Municipal Corporation (KDMC), Mira-Bhayendar Municipal Corporation (MBMC), Navi Mumbai Municipal Corporation and Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation (UMC) — states that all the six civic bodies have nearly 683 and 4,280 structures that have been declared most dangerous and dangerous respectively. District collector Ashwini Joshi has directed all the municipal corporations to demolish these structures besides asking for a comprehensive report about the process of rehabilitating the occupants. Out of the 28 structures declared as most dangerous in Thane city, 14 have been subjected to structural audit and occupants of 16 buildings have been asked to evacuate their homes at the earliest. Out of the 277 structures declared as most dangerous in the KDMC jurisdiction, 18 have been demolished, while 42 will be razed by the end of this month, said officials. A civic official said that some buildings have been locked for years. "These dilapidated structures pose a big risk for residents living nearby," said the official. The structures under TMC have been under the spotlight after the Lucky compound building collapse on April 4, 2013 where 74 people lost their lives. In less than a week, two buildings collapsed in Thane district. On July 28, Matrukrupa building in Thakurli collapsed killing nine and injuring 10 while Krishna Niwas building crash in B-Cabin killed 12 and injured seven. http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/followceleb.cms?alias=Thane Municipal Corporation,buildingStay updated on the go with Times of India News App. Click here to download it for your device.
2015-08-11Bond better, friendlier now, say parents of reunited kids - Times of India
Bond better, friendlier now, say parents of reunited kidsFreny FernandesFreny Fernandes,TNN | Aug 11, 2015, 12.58 PM ISTShare on Linkedin CommentsMoreGoogle BookmarksNewsvineLive BookmarksTechnoratiYahoo BookmarksBlogmarksDel.icio.usApnaCircleEmail this articleSave this articleMy Saved articlesPrint this articleAReduce font sizeAIncrease font sizecommentsShare MoreEmail this articleSave this articlePrint this articleAReduce font sizeAIncrease font sizeGoogle BookmarksNewsvineLive BookmarksTechnoratiYahoo BookmarksBlogmarksDel.icio.usApnaCircleMy Saved articlesREAD MORE reunion|kids|familiesRELATED THANE: In a reunion, Ek Divas Aanandacha, on Sunday, the families of 15 runaway kids, which were reunited by the Thane-based NGO, Samatol, met the members to share with them the progress they had made in maintaining a friendly relationship with each other. Two years ago, 13-year-old Abhijeet Kadam (name changed), a resident of Ulhasnagar, ran away from home due to regular fights between his parents. For almost a year, he begged to buy food and took to drugs to rid the memories of his parents arguing. The volunteers of Samatol Foundation, a Thane-based NGO, helped rehabilitate him and reunite him with his family by counseling Kadam and his parents. Last year, 15 families were reunited through couselling sessions, which helped bridge the communication gap between the parents and the children. A year down the line, Kadam is not only excelling academically but is also making progress in sports. His parents do not argue in front of him. To make up for the lost years, they have meals together and go for vacations. Vijay Jadhav, the founder of Samatol Foundation, has successfully reunited 5050 children with their families in the past 10 years. These parents actively involve their children in important family discussions now. "The children have also become more considerate and understand their parents' problems," Jadhav said. He believes that the success of his mission is not reuniting these families, but ensuring that the children don't feel like running away again. "A child could run away from home due to pent of frustration of watching parents fight, the desire to see the world, lack of parental attention, peer pressure, or the desire to be independent. If the communication gap between parents and children is not bridged, the child could run away again," Jadhav said. http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/followceleb.cms?alias=reunion,kids,familiesStay updated on the go with Times of India News App. Click here to download it for your device.
2015-08-11Lok Adalat clears 285 cases in a day - Times of India
Lok Adalat clears 285 cases in a dayB B NayakB B Nayak,TNN | Aug 11, 2015, 01.00 PM ISTShare on Linkedin CommentsMoreGoogle BookmarksNewsvineLive BookmarksTechnoratiYahoo BookmarksBlogmarksDel.icio.usApnaCircleEmail this articleSave this articleMy Saved articlesPrint this articleAReduce font sizeAIncrease font sizecommentsShare MoreEmail this articleSave this articlePrint this articleAReduce font sizeAIncrease font sizeGoogle BookmarksNewsvineLive BookmarksTechnoratiYahoo BookmarksBlogmarksDel.icio.usApnaCircleMy Saved articlesREAD MORE National Lok Adalats|litigationRELATED THANE: As many as 285 pending and pre-litigation cases were settled in the day-long National Lok Adalats conducted in all courts of Thane district on Saturday. The total value of cases settled, including that in the Thane District and Sessions Court was Rs 2.65 crore. With an aim to reduce pendency of cases in courts and to settle disputes at the pre-litigation stage, Lok Adalat was organized by the district services authority under the flagship of state legal services authority and national legal services authority and litigations relating to bank, cheque bouncing and recovery suits were considered. "We conducted Lok Adalat in 12 different courts in the district that included Thane, Kalyan, Vasai, Ulhasnagar, Shahapur, Bhiwandi, Murbad, Vashi, Dahanu, Palghar, Wada and Jawahar simultaneously. Thane court contributed a major share in the disposal figure with 51 cases being settled. Dahanu finished second with 45 cases being settled," said Ratnakar Salgaonkar, secretary of district legal services authority. Among the pre-litigation matters, 2,766 cases were taken up for disposal but 191 cases were settled mutually. Among pending cases, 778 were presented before the panel out of which 94 were cleared. http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/followceleb.cms?alias=National Lok Adalats,litigationStay updated on the go with Times of India News App. Click here to download it for your device.
2015-08-10Shiv Sainiks assault Ulhas librarian for alleged misbehaviour with female student - Mumbai Mirror
Shiv Sainiks assault Ulhas librarian for alleged misbehaviour with female studentBy Divyesh SinghDivyesh Singh, Mumbai Mirror | Aug 10, 2015, 09.39 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 articlesA 45-year-old college library assistant in Ulhasnagar was forcibly taken from his residence to the college campus and allegedly assaulted by Shiv Sena members, who claimed he misbehaved with a female student. The library assistant, however, rejected the allegations and said he had merely asked the girl to keep silent as she was disturbing others. On August 1, some men barged into the residence of Deenbandhu Tiwari, library assistant of CHM College in Ulhasnagar. Saying he was wanted by the principal, they forcibly took him to the campus. "They didn't even allow me to get dressed and I was taken in T-shirt and shorts," Tiwari told Mumbai Mirror. "There some girls and other students were waiting, and they accused me of misbehaving with a female student. I told them I had just asked the girl to keep silent as others were getting disturbed." Tiwari said, "One man started slapping me, and others asked the female students to hit me. About 20 people including students slapped, punched and kicked me. They then dragged me to the principal's office where, in front of the principal, other staffers and the principal's police guard, they kept hitting me. The library has CCTV cameras and I requested them to check the footage. They did not listen, but kept hitting me till I collapsed." Tiwari further said, "Those involved in the assault were Sena members Dhiraj Thakur, Rakesh Mane, Sushil Pawar, ex-mayor of Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation Rajendra Chaudhary and 10 to 15 supporters, besides two female and a male student from FYJC." According to Tiwari's statement to the management, three girls and a boy were in the library, and as one girl was talking very loudly, he objected to it. The girl then stepped out, and another student occupied her seat. When she returned, she objected and began arguing with Tiwari, who then asked the group to leave as they were causing a disturbance. "Last Saturday, the students told me that Tiwari doesn't speak properly to them. I asked them to give a written complaint, and gave a letter but it was signed "XYZ". I said their names would be required for redressal, but they refused . Around 1 pm a group of men entered the campus and assaulted Tiwari," said Subhash Athavale, the librarian. The principals of six institutions situated in the campus have met the zonal DCP and submitted a memorandum regarding the incident. DCP Zone 4, Vasant Jadhav told Mirror, "A police complaint has been filed. We are investigating." "We are examining CCTV footage to check the allegations. We are conducting a fair inquiry and have asked the zonal DCP to look into the matter" said Padma Deshmukh, principal, CHM College. When Mirror contacted Ulhas Sena chief Rajendra Chaudhary, who was allegedly part of the group that attacked Tiwari, he said, "The college said they will investigate the incident. We are waiting for the result before deciding further action ." Meanwhile, Tiwari has gone into hiding, fearing further attacks. He has complained to the college management and sought an inquiry, which is being conducted by the Women Development Cell.
2015-08-10683 buildings under 6 civic bodies classified "most dangerous" - Business Standard
683 buildings under 6 civic bodies classified "most dangerous" Press Trust of India  |  Thane (Maha)  August 10, 2015 Last Updated at 22:22 IST email this article Message: Recipients' Email: Type address separated by commas Your Email: Enter the characters shown in the image. Send me a copy:   http://mybs.in/2RxgOpt Copy tiny URL to save and share articles. ALSO READ Former Thane District Judge Rajabhau Gawande passes away Police destroy thousand litres of illicit liquor in Thane Building collapses in Thane district, several feared trapped Mumbai back to work, train services restored 1993 Mumbai blasts convict fears for life during Maha transit The Thane district administration today said as many as 683 buildings within the jurisdiction of six municipal corporations have been classified as "most dangerous". Apart from this, 4,280 buildings in the limit of the six civic bodies are classified as "dangerous," an official release said. There are six municipal corporations in the district - Thane, Ulhasnagar, Bhiwandi, Navi Mumbai, Kalyan Dombivli and Mira Bhaindar. In the aftermath of a building collapse in the city last week in which 12 persons died, the District Collector Ashwini Joshi had held an emergency meeting in this regard in which she had directed authorities concerned to compile a list of "most dangerous" and "dangerous" buildings. There are 58 "most dangerous" and 2,639 "dangerous" buildings in Thane city alone, the release added. In Kalyan-Dombivli, there are 277 "most dangerous" while 337 "dangerous" buildings, while in Mira Bhaindar. one building is classified as "most dangerous" and 6 buildings as "dangerous", it said. In Ulhasnagar, there are 28 buildings classified as "most dangerous" while 311 buildings are "dangerous". In Bhiwandi, while 319 buildings are "most dangerous", 895 building are classified as "dangerous". 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It's Paperless & FREEFollow the ZipSIP route to get RICH!Insightful knowledge you can use @ just Rs 750Trading tip Buy BS Book 683 buildings under 6 civic bodies classified "most dangerous" The Thane district administration today said as many as 683 buildings within the jurisdiction of six municipal corporations have been classified as "most dangerous". Apart from this, 4,280 buildings in the limit of the six civic bodies are classified as "dangerous," an official release said. There are six municipal corporations in the district - Thane, Ulhasnagar, Bhiwandi, Navi Mumbai, Kalyan Dombivli and Mira Bhaindar. In the aftermath of a building collapse in the city last week in which 12 persons died, the District Collector Ashwini Joshi had held an emergency meeting in this regard in which she had directed authorities concerned to compile a list of "most dangerous" and "dangerous" buildings. There are 58 "most dangerous" and 2,639 "dangerous" buildings in Thane city alone, the release added. In Kalyan-Dombivli, there are 277 "most dangerous" while 337 "dangerous" buildings, while in Mira Bhaindar. one building is classified as "most dangerous" and 6 buildings as ... The Thane district administration today said as many as 683 buildings within the jurisdiction of six municipal corporations have been classified as "most dangerous". Apart from this, 4,280 buildings in the limit of the six civic bodies are classified as "dangerous," an official release said. There are six municipal corporations in the district - Thane, Ulhasnagar, Bhiwandi, Navi Mumbai, Kalyan Dombivli and Mira Bhaindar. In the aftermath of a building collapse in the city last week in which 12 persons died, the District Collector Ashwini Joshi had held an emergency meeting in this regard in which she had directed authorities concerned to compile a list of "most dangerous" and "dangerous" buildings. There are 58 "most dangerous" and 2,639 "dangerous" buildings in Thane city alone, the release added. In Kalyan-Dombivli, there are 277 "most dangerous" while 337 "dangerous" buildings, while in Mira Bhaindar. one building is classified as "most dangerous" and 6 buildings as "dangerous", it said. In Ulhasnagar, there are 28 buildings classified as "most dangerous" while 311 buildings are "dangerous". In Bhiwandi, while 319 buildings are "most dangerous", 895 building are classified as "dangerous". In Navi Mumbai, there are 92 buildings classified as "dangerous" while there are no buildings which are "most dangerous", it added. 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2015-08-07Thane: Female singer beaten up by four men in a bar - Mid-Day
Thane: Female singer beaten up by four men in a bar Thane (Maha): A female singer was allegedly beaten up by four unidentified men in a bar at Ulhasnagar in the district. The incident took place late last night when the singer was about to leave the bar after finishing her day's job, an official attached with Ulhasnagar police station said. When other staff members rushed for her help, they were also beaten up by the accused, he said. A cop who was in the vicinity came to help the singer and the staff, but he was also beaten up and the bar was ransacked, the official said. A case under relevant sections of the IPC has been registered in this connection. No arrests have been made so far and investigations are underway, he added.
2015-08-07Six days after techie's death on tracks, GRP nabs robber - Times of India
Six days after techie’s death on tracks, GRP nabs robberTNN KALYAN: Nearly a week after software professional Prajakta Gupte (29) was run over by a train while chasing a thief who had snatched her bag near Kalyan station, GRP personnel arrested the accused from Nashik. Sameer Shaikh, a history-sheeter from Ulhasnagar, was released on bail last year after serving a year in jail. "The police should make a watertight case and ensure he gets maximum punishment so that no one repeats such an act," said Sandeep Gupte, the victim's uncle. On July 31, Shaikh allegedly snatched Gupte's bag when the train stopped for a few minutes between Thakurli and Kalyan stations. Gupte fell on the tracks and gave him a chase, but failed to notice a train approaching her from behind and got crushed under it. The Dombivli GRP set up three teams headed by senior inspector Datta Pable to trace the robber. From the description provided by witnesses, Kalyan GRP constable Shivaji Daighude suspected Shaikh was the culprit. Relatives claimed Shaikh was in Nashik since July 18, but his phone location showed that he was in Kalyan on the day of the incident. "We went to Nashik and detained him. During questioning, he confessed to the crime," said Pable.
2015-08-07Village sarpanch injured in Sena-BJP workers' clash - Press Trust of India
Village sarpanch injured in Sena-BJP workers' clash Aug 7 (PTI) A village sarpanch in the district was seriously injured when local Shiv Sena and BJP workers allegedly clashed over the results of gram panchayat byelection, police said today.The panchayat bypoll at Kulgaon village in Badlapur township of Thane was held on August 4, the results of which were declared yesterday, assistant police inspector Dhananjay Pore said.The local Sena and BJP workers had a feud over the results.Sarpanch Vijay Pawaskar of Shiv Sena yesterday filed a complaint that about nine BJP workers allegedly stormed into his house and attacked him and his family members in which he sustained serious injuries, Pore said.He also complained that women members of his family were allegedly pulled out of the house and molested by the workers, the ASI said.Later, a cross complaint was filed by local BJP leader Pratiksha Gaikar against Pawaskar and six other Sena members.She said that Pawaskar along with his men barged into her house and allegedly attacked those inside and molested the women.Based on the complaints, offences have been registered under sections 395 (dacoity), 452 (house tresspass after preparation for hurt, assault or wrongful restraint), 354 (assault or criminal force to woman with intent to outrage her modesty), 323 (voluntarily causing hurt), 504 and 506 (criminal intimidation) of the IPC, police said, adding that no arrest has been made so far in this regard.The village sarpanch has been admitted to a hospital in Ulhasnagar, police added.
2015-08-06Maha: Female singer beaten up in bar - Oneindia
Maha: Female singer beaten up in bar Updated: Thursday, August 6, 2015, 22:02 [IST]   Share this on your social network:    Facebook Twitter Google+ Comments Mail Thane (Maha), Aug 6: A female singer was allegedly beaten up by four unidentified men in a bar at Ulhasnagar in the district.The incident took place late last night when the singer was about to leave the bar after finishing her day's job, an official attached with Ulhasnagar police station said. When other staff members rushed for her help, they were also beaten up by the accused, he said.A cop who was in the vicinity came to help the singer and the staff, but he was also beaten up and the bar was ransacked, the official said.A case under relevant sections of the IPC has been registered in this connection. No arrests have been made so far and investigations are underway, he added.PTI Read more about: female, singer, bar, police, maharashtra, mumbai Story first published: Thursday, August 6, 2015, 21:26 [IST] Other articles published on Aug 6, 2015 Please Wait while comments are loading... More Headlines Blast in prayer area kills nine in Nigeria India's 'Betiyan' need no 'Andolan'! Haryana sisters... Terror alert in West Bengal Sundar Pichai is Google new CEO US leadership essential for world: Bush Hillary wants to get rid of college loan Smuggling plane crashes in Colombia US calls for peace between Afghan, Pak YSRCP calls for AP bandh on Aug 28 'Cong trying to protect Naga pact' X For News in Brief in your Language Download Videos Apps | RSS | Facebook | Twitter | Google + | Media | Sitemap | Feedback | Advertise with us | Careers | About | Contact Us | Desktop Notification © 2015 Greynium Information Technologies Pvt. Ltd.| Terms of Service and Privacy Policy The "ONEINDIA" word mark and logo are owned by Greynium Information Technologies Pvt. Ltd. ABOUT SSL CERTIFICATES
2015-08-06Cow shelter in Tapovan provides free milk to sadhus during Kumbh Mela - I am in dna of India
Cow shelter in Tapovan provides free milk to sadhus during Kumbh Mela Swami Shanti Prakash Goshala - a cow shelter in Tapovan provides free milk to all the sahhus and akhadas settled at Sadhugram. The cows are fed only organic food and are set free in the premises twice a day so that they can graze Amidst the hustle bustle of the sadhus who are now settling at Sadhugram for the Kumbh Mela in Nashik, stands the Swami Shanti Prakash Goshala - a cow shelter in Tapovan. With about 810 cattle, out of which 36 are cows, the trust is providing free milk to all the akhadas and sadhus during their stay here.The trust takes care of all stray cows, their calves as well as buffaloes. Sometimes we find the cow that is injured and at times people bring in the cow which they have found on the road. We take care of them, nurse them, nurture and feed them as cow is revered like a mother, the Gomata, in our religion, stated Girdhari Lal, the trustee of the Goshala.The institution has a bigger shelter in Ulhasnagar. At both their shelters, all the cows are indigenous varieties. We do not keep foreign breeds and our cows are only fed organic foods like grass and organic cattle feed. For the ailing cows, there is a full time veterinarian, added Girdhari Lal.The cows are milked every morning and they give about 80 to 100 litres of milk during each milking session. This milk is given to the students of the Vedhpathshala for free and the rest is sold to the public. Now during the Kumbh Mela we are no longer selling the milk and it is being distributed to sadhus and akhadas. Every akhada gets about 5 litres of milk daily. The deficit milk is made up by preparing powder milk. The powder used is brought from Patmedha in Rajasthan which is a bigger dairy centre.The cows are set free to graze in the premises, twice a day. Calves are allowed to suck milk from their mothers. The animals are guided to their sheds after sun set and kept there during the night.
2015-08-06Dombivli GRP arrested, a 27- year old robber wanted in Kalyan - Times of India
Dombivli GRP arrested, a 27- year old robber wanted in Kalyan Pradeep Gupta,TNN Aug 6, 2015, 06.01 PM IST The Dombivli GRP have arrested, a 27- year old robber wanted in Kalyan software professional Prajakta Gupte's death case, who was died last week while chasing thief on track railway when accused snatched her bag from local train in which she was fell down from the train. The arrested accused- Sameer Shaikh, is resident of Ulhasnagar and have several cases registered against him and in past too he was served jail. The incident was occurred on last Friday when the local train that Prajakta was travelling stopped between Thakurli and Kalyan stations at around 8.40 pm when Shaikh standing near the track snatched her bag and fled the spot. In incident Prajakta who also fell down started chasing the robber when she was run over by another train coming behind her. Following to the incident the Dombivli GRP formed three different teams who went through history sheeter criminals on record and shown them too two eye witness who identified Shaikh, who snatcher her bag. An officials part of investigation said after identifying accused our team laid trap at two places and finally arrested Shaih from his native place in Nashik.
2015-08-0512 killed in Thane crash - Mumbai Mirror
By Sadaf Modak and Yogesh Naik NDRF to the rescue again, pull out 7 from under rubble; building was 'safe' as per TMC. Twelve people died and seven were rescued from the rubble when a building collapsed in Thane in the early hours of Tuesday. Krishna Niwas, in the B Cabin area of Naupada in Thane (west), collapsed at 2.10 am in what NDRF officials described as a 'pancake collapse' - the building gave way at the bottom and the floors above came crashing down to the ground. The three-storey building was occupied by five families, four of whom were tenants for decades. Neighbours living in the surrounding buildings said that they heard a loud sound at on Tuesday morning. "We thought that the loud sound was of drums being delivered at the dairy nearby. It was only when the electricity went off and there was dust all over that we realised that the building had collapsed," said Santosh Bhatade, who lives in the building opposite Krishna Niwas. Another neighbour, Maya Chidrawar said, "There was dust all over. I could not even see across the road because of the debris caused by the crash." The National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) was informed a good 45 minutes after the crash. NDRF commandant, Alok Awasthi, said, "We received a call about the collapse at 2.55 am. We reached the spot and began the rescue operations at 4.10 am. Our first rescue began with the help of the canine in our team. Dona, a Labrador, part of our 12-member canine team, alerted us. We rescued five persons from under the slab in that spot," said Awasthi of the rescue effort. The rescue operation ended at 10.30 am on Wednesday after which the work of removing the debris with the help of cranes continued. The seven people rescued by the NDRF team are: 80-year old Arvind Nene, who suffered head injuries; 31-year old Amit Khot; Amrutlal Patel his wife Asha; and three of Patel's staff members who lived with him in their first floor flat. All of them were admitted to the Thane Civil Hospital, where all except Nene were discharged after treatment. Two boys, living with the family of Patel, who ran a tea stall on the ground floor in the building, recalled the nightmare they faced. Ramesh and Mohan Meena were brought to the city by Patel from their hometown Rajasthan over two months ago. They lived and worked with the family and were sleeping on the first floor apartment. Fifteen-year old Ramesh recalled, "We had gone to sleep at 11 pm. At around 2.10 am, the building began shaking and we all were woken up by seth (Patel). We gathered on one side of the building when the slab crashed. The slab thankfully did not fall on us but it was dark and suffocating. We kept screaming for help. I could not see anyone. We were brought out safely after three hours by 5am with the help of cranes," said Ramesh. Patel's effort at taking his entire family and staff to safety, however, remained unsuccessful. His 14-year old daughter Priya who was sleeping with her mother in another room could not be saved as a part of the building crashed before he had taken her to safety. Ramesh also said that on the afternoon on Monday, the staircase of the building had cracked causing panic. "The building people were called after the cracks were seen. We were scared to sleep in the building." Other neighbours said that they had seen some of the tenants examine the building from the outside on Monday evening. "Seth said we should spend one night here and that he would be renting a room in a neighbouring building in the morning," Ramesh said. His wife, Manda (70), died in the crash. The couple lived on the third floor. Thane in danger With 2,697 dangerous buildings in the Thane municipal corporation's jurisdiction, the area is a disaster waiting to happen. The Thane district administration and the TMC have asked for the NDRF to have a permanent base in Thane. The NDRF had to be summoned from Andheri by Thane collector Ashwini Joshi twice in recent days, after the Thakurli crash and again on Tuesday morning. At present, the NDRF is housed at the Andheri stadium. The Thane collectorate is likely to given them a place in the Dadoji Konddev stadium which is in the heart of the city. The fire brigade and emergency response system in Thane, Navi Mumbai, Kalyan Dombivali, Kulgaon Badlapur and Ulhasnagar is not up to the mark for such incidents. The NDRF has asked for land and the Thane administration is ready to give it to them. Thane commissioner Sanjeev Jaiswal says Krishna Niwas was not in the list of buildings declared dangerous. "It was constructed around 1965 and was being assessed since 1971 by TMC. We have issued a notice of dangerous building to a neighbouring building, but Krishna Niwas was fit. No one had complained that it was weak. But we are told that there was a dispute between the tenants of the building and the owner and the developer about the proposed redevelopment." Thane Mayor Sanjay More said: "We have heard that someone had bought a shop in the building and there was some drilling work going on because of which the building collapsed. It is being investigated." Thane guardian minister Eknath Shinde, commissioner Jaiswal, collector Joshi and joint commissioner (law and order) V V Lakshminaryana were at the spot supervising the operations. Thane police commissioner Parambir Singh said, There is an allegation that there is a alteration work was going on the ground floor which led to crash. If true, we will register a case after investigation. BREAK-UP OF THANE'S DANGEROUS BUILDINGS Naupada ward - 269 Kopri Ward - 76 Uthalsar - 112 Wagle Estate ward - 438 Railadevi ward - 84 Savarkar Ward - 77 Vartaknagar ward - 28 Majiwada ward - 76 Kalwa ward - 91 Mumbra Ward - 1446

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