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2015-05-05SC upholds life sentence awarded to gangster-turne
SC upholds life sentence awarded to gangster-turned-politician Pappu kalaniBy OUR POLITICAL BUREAU | 5 May, 2015, 04.51PM ISTPost a CommentREAD MORE ON » Supreme Court | Sudhakarrao Naik | politician | police bodyguard | Pappu Kalani | Narayan | MayorPappu's entire family has been involved in a number of criminal cases. Pappu’s wife Jyoti, a former Mayor of Ulhasnagar, has faced cases of intimidation and forgery. Their son Omi is an accussed in several assault and extortion cases. Pappu’s brother Narayan also has been accused in a number of murder cases.ET SPECIAL:Love visual aspect of news? Enjoy this exclusive slideshows treat! The Supreme Court today upheld the life sentence given to Ulhasnagar gangster-turned-politician Pappu Kalani for murdering a BJP worker. Kalani had approached the Supreme Court challenging a Kalyan Sessions court order that had convicted him and three of his accomplices for the murder of Inder Bhatija. Inder was gunned down in 1999 in Ulhasnagar in spite of having a police bodyguard. Inder was a prime witness and complainant in the murder of his brother Ghanshyam, who was also allegedly killed by kalani's men in 1990. In 2013, the Kalyan Sessions Court found Kalani and his accomplices guilty and sentenced them to life imprisonment. Kalani's appeal in the Bombay High Court filed in 2014 was rejected and his sentence was upheld by the High Court. On Tuesday, his appeal against life sentence was also rejected by the Supreme Court. Kalani's writ runs large in Ulhasnagar in Thane which he once dominated extensively through muscle power. A former MLA from the Congress party, it was former Congress Chief Minister Sudhakarrao Naik who put a stop to Kalani's activities by having him arrested in 1992. In fact Pappu's entire family has been involved in a number of criminal cases. Pappu's wife Jyoti, a former Mayor of Ulhasnagar, has faced cases of intimidation and forgery. Their son Omi is an accussed in several assault and extortion cases. Pappu's brother Narayan also has been accused in a number of murder cases. READ MORE ON » Supreme Court | Sudhakarrao Naik | politician | police bodyguard | Pappu Kalani | Narayan | MayorFollow this section for latest news on Politics and NationEmailRSSHave something to say? Post your commentComments are moderated and will be allowed if they are about the topic and not abusive.Characters remaining (1500)To post this comment you mustLog In/Connect with:Indiatimes NetworkorFill in your details:Will be displayedWill not be displayedWill be displayedShare this Comment:Post to Facebook Post to Twitter Please answer this simple math question.3 + 1 =Have something to say? 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2015-05-04Mumbai: Developer could land in jail for joining f
Mumbai: Developer could land in jail for joining flats To ensure Mumbai gets affordable housing units and malpractices by developers are curbed, the Maharashtra state housing policy has proposed imprisonment and fine as punishment. According to the proposal, a developer or an occupant found joining smaller flats could be imprisoned for three years and fined 40% of the ready reckoner rate. The policy also contemplates amendment in the MRTP Act for stricter punishment for unauthorised and informal housing in urban areas. Close Home Mumbai Mumbai: Developer could land in jail for joining flats NYOOOZ Mumbai Mon,04 May 2015 Hindustan Times ---- Mon,04 May 2015 16 ---, --- To ensure Mumbai gets affordable housing units and malpractices by developers are curbed, the Maharashtra state housing policy has proposed imprisonment and fine as punishment. According to the proposal, a developer or an occupant found joining smaller flats could be imprisoned for three years and fined 40% of the ready reckoner rate. The policy also contemplates amendment in the MRTP Act for stricter punishment for unauthorised and informal housing in urban areas. The draft policy promises the formation of a housing regulator within three months of the announcement of the final policy. The department has framed the rules, which need to be vetted. Once notified, the authority will have an autonomous tribunal under an officer of the rank of principal secretary. “This will be rolled out in the next couple of months,” said an officer from the department. Under the policy, which is expected to be released by month end, the government has decided to allow the developer to mortgage the land being redeveloped under the slum rehabilitation scheme, cluster redevelopment scheme or redevelopment of Mhada colonies. This will help developers raise funds from the open market. The officers from the housing department are wary of the misuse of such funds. To avoid the recurrence of the amnesty schemes introduced for Dombivli and Ulhasnagar for the regularisation of illegal housing in the MMR, the draft has clarified that no illegal constructions will be entertained in peri-urban areas up to 20 kms from the outer boundary of BMC and 15 kms for smaller municipal corporations. There will be no further regular... Summarise the story Sidebar Tabs Widget Popular Recent Posts - Tab Technology How Google Ruined 'What Time is the Super Bowl? NYOOOZ 14 Aug 2013 Sport Nike's New Cleats to Debut at the Super Bowl NYOOOZ 14 Aug 2013 World 4 Android Tablet Apps to Make Life Simpler Mohammad 27 Aug 2013 Popular Posts - Tab Mehta is new BMC chief Mumbai Mon,27 Apr 2015 Plan to amend Rent Act may hit 5L Mumbai families Mumbai Sat,02 May 2015 Ernakulam Duronto derailment: 4 trains cancelled, 5 diverted Mumbai Sun,03 May 2015 Socialize Footer Bottom Links Home About Us Contact Us Privacy Policy Advertise With Us © Copyright 2015 NYOOOZ, All Rights Reserved
2015-05-04Mumbai: Developer could land in jail for joining f
Mumbai: Developer could land in jail for joining flats Surendra P Gangan, Hindustan Times, Mumbai| Updated: May 04, 2015 17:16 IST To ensure Mumbai gets affordable housing units and malpractices by developers are curbed, the Maharashtra state housing policy has proposed imprisonment and fine as punishment. According to the proposal, a developer or an occupant found joining smaller flats could be imprisoned for three years and fined 40% of the ready reckoner rate. The policy also contemplates amendment in the MRTP Act for stricter punishment for unauthorised and informal housing in urban areas. The draft policy promises the formation of a housing regulator within three months of the announcement of the final policy. The department has framed the rules, which need to be vetted. Once notified, the authority will have an autonomous tribunal under an officer of the rank of principal secretary. “This will be rolled out in the next couple of months,” said an officer from the department. Under the policy, which is expected to be released by month end, the government has decided to allow the developer to mortgage the land being redeveloped under the slum rehabilitation scheme, cluster redevelopment scheme or redevelopment of Mhada colonies. This will help developers raise funds from the open market. The officers from the housing department are wary of the misuse of such funds. To avoid the recurrence of the amnesty schemes introduced for Dombivli and Ulhasnagar for the regularisation of illegal housing in the MMR, the draft has clarified that no illegal constructions will be entertained in peri-urban areas up to 20 kms from the outer boundary of BMC and 15 kms for smaller municipal corporations. There will be no further regularisation of the irregular housing and the necessary amendments would be issued shortly. The policy has assured the strengthening of the existing machinery to curtail unauthorised structures. The government is also contemplating making it obligatory for all the cooperative housing societies to create depreciation fund. Similarly, the collection of the development charges under section 124 of MRTP Act from the new building proposals, will be utilised for the new infrastructure. The urban local bodies, however, are duty bound to publish utilisation of the fund annually. Tagsaffordable housing   also read350 Maharashtra AAP workers resign, back Yadav and Bhushan Locals unite to protect colonies of flamingos visiting Mumbai Mumbai police station shootout: Speak to every cop, Rakesh Maria tells senior officers Mumbai police station shootout: Too much work, too little sleep keeping cops on edge? blog comments powered by Disqus top news Little chance of finding quake survivors, Nepal asks foreign search...Kumar Vishwas denies allegations of 'illicit relationship', accuses...PM Modi debuts on Weibo, told Arunachal Pradesh belongs to China don't miss Future Group's retail business to merge with Bharti RetailGeneral Motors set to storm India as Korea costs climbSensex soars 291 points in early trade on global cuesAditya Birla Group merges apparel biz to form Rs. 5,290-cr entityDave Goldberg, SurveyMonkey CEO and husband of FB's Sandberg, dies editor's pick Star Wars Day: May the fourth be with youNepal quake: This 101-year-old man survived a week by eating flourUP girls say 'no' to unfit grooms and mismatched marriagesIPL Live CSK vs RCB: Bangalore restrict Chennai to 148/9; Raina hits...After damage, Nepal quake-ravaged temple faces threat from looters most Popular Public anger growing in Kathmandu, there's a risk it will boil overGabbar Is Back review: Akshay Kumar takes on corruption in styleRoyal baby shows Britain rulers' strength, but can't hide ageing signs photos Boxing bout of the century: All hail Mayweather The Art of the Brick: Nathan Sawaya's incredibe Lego art We take you inside Delhi's Most Stylish 2015 with these candid shots videos AAP's Kumar Vishwas: 'Illicit relationship' rumours baseless, girl...Kejriwal: Media has accepted 'supari' to finish off AAPTexas police shoot dead two gunmen at Prophet Muhammad cartoon contest india world opinion HT's viewcomment columns blogs authors cities delhigurgaon noidamumbai bhopalchandigarhdehradunindorejaipur kolkatalucknowpatna ranchi sportscricket footballtennisother sports entertainment movie reviews bollywood hollywood regional movies world cinema TV music tabloid lifestyle sex & relationshipshealth & fitnessfashion & trendsart & culturetravelbooksbrunch techtech reviewsgadgetsappssocial media photos india world sports entertainment lifestyle tech autos videos india world sports entertainment lifestyle tech autos education business real estate autos punjab epaper weather Copyright © 2015 HT Media Limited. ht delhi/ncr subscription | about us | contact us | work with us | privacy policy | disclaimer | print ad rates
2015-05-035 traders arrested for copyright violation - Busin
5 traders arrested for copyright violation Press Trust of India  |  Thane  May 3, 2015 Last Updated at 13:07 IST Add to My Page Related News Girl molested by youth in Thane Former Thane District Judge Rajabhau Gawande passes away HC junks PIL challenging bifurcation of Thane district 'Dhol-tasha' competition in Thane district Man gets 7-year RI for killing mother-in-law Five traders from Ulhasnagar township of Thane district were arrested for alleged copyright violation and cheating customers by selling fake products after labelling them under popular brand names, police said. Based on a complaint filed by an official of Titan company, an offence was registered against the five businessmen for allegedly selling bags which had the brand name and its logo inscribed on the products, Assistant Police Inspector M M Jadhav said. They had duped several customers by misusing popular brand names, he said. Bags worth Rs 18.92 lakh having brand names inscribed illegally were recovered from them, he said. Subsequently, traders Anil Punjabi, Satish Shah, Mahesh Gokhalani, Amit Shah and Sunil Chawla, having shops at various locations in Ulhasnagar, were arrested late last night, he said. They have been booked under sections 420 (cheating) read 34 (acts done by several persons in furtherance of common intention) of the IPC and also sections 51, 52 and 63 of the Indian Copyright Act. Further probe is on in the matter, he added. Read more on:    Ipc | Thane | Thane District | National News | Amit Shah http://mybs.in/2RvKGi6 Copy tiny URL to save and share article. 5 traders arrested for copyright violation Five traders from Ulhasnagar township of Thane district were arrested for alleged copyright violation and cheating customers by selling fake products after labelling them under popular brand names, police said. Based on a complaint filed by an official of Titan company, an offence was registered against the five businessmen for allegedly selling bags which had the brand name and its logo inscribed on the products, Assistant Police Inspector M M Jadhav said. They had duped several customers by misusing popular brand names, he said. Bags worth Rs 18.92 lakh having brand names inscribed illegally were recovered from them, he said. Subsequently, traders Anil Punjabi, Satish Shah, Mahesh Gokhalani, Amit Shah and Sunil Chawla, having shops at various locations in Ulhasnagar, were arrested late last night, he said. They have been booked under sections 420 (cheating) read 34 (acts done by several persons in furtherance of common intention) of the IPC and also sections 51, 52 and 63 of ... Five traders from Ulhasnagar township of Thane district were arrested for alleged copyright violation and cheating customers by selling fake products after labelling them under popular brand names, police said. Based on a complaint filed by an official of Titan company, an offence was registered against the five businessmen for allegedly selling bags which had the brand name and its logo inscribed on the products, Assistant Police Inspector M M Jadhav said. They had duped several customers by misusing popular brand names, he said. Bags worth Rs 18.92 lakh having brand names inscribed illegally were recovered from them, he said. Subsequently, traders Anil Punjabi, Satish Shah, Mahesh Gokhalani, Amit Shah and Sunil Chawla, having shops at various locations in Ulhasnagar, were arrested late last night, he said. They have been booked under sections 420 (cheating) read 34 (acts done by several persons in furtherance of common intention) of the IPC and also sections 51, 52 and 63 of the Indian Copyright Act. Further probe is on in the matter, he added. 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2015-05-01Woman Set Ablaze By Husband Over A Family Dispute
Woman Set Ablaze By Husband Over A Family Dispute  Press Trust Of India | Thane (Maharashtra) | Updated: May 1, 2015 4:21 pm 0 38 Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn Pinterest+ The victim was rushed to Ulhasnagar Central hospital with severe burns where she died on Wednesday. (Representational Picture) In a shocking incident in Thane on Tuesday, a woman was set on fire by her husband for failing to fund the marriage of her brother-in-law, according to police. The incident took place on April 28 in Nevalipada locality of Ambernath when accused Barkhu Jadhav (36) returned home drunk and picked up a quarrel with his wife Parvati and began abusing her over not bringing Rs 5,000 for her brother-in-law’s wedding, PSI MK Jadhav of Hill Line police station in Ulhasnagar said. She was asked to bring money from her parents for the marriage. Her husband who was under the influence of alcohol, doused her in kerosene and set her ablaze, police said. Subsequently, the victim was rushed to Ulhasnagar Central hospital with severe burns where she died on Wednesday undergoing treatment, police said. The accused has been charged under sections 302 and 498 of the IPC. However, no arrest has been made so far, police added. TAGSCrimeDomestic ViolenceMaharsahtra tweet Previous articlePhoto Essay: Philippines Inspired by Manny PacquiaoNext articleDelhi, You Have A Date On May 5 To Fight For Men's Rights Shafat Hussain SIMILAR ARTICLES Forex Reserves Of India Touch Record High At $345 bn 0 3 How will NJAC make judiciary meaningful, asks SC 0 2 INDIA Forex Reserves Of India Touch Record High At $345 bn 0 3 The rise in exchange reserves was mainly on account of a $1.4 billion jump in the foreign currency assets (FCAs) which stood at $320 billion. How will NJAC make judiciary meaningful, asks SC Just Before First Anniversary Of BJP Govt, Shourie Slams Trio Of Modi, Jaitley And Shah Pakistani Flags Waved Again At SAS Geelani’s Rally In Kashmir SPORTS Money The Big Thing As Mayweather, Pacquiao Ready For Fight 0 12 Boxers Manny Pacquiao & Floyd Mayweather Jr. will fight for world's richest fight ever - Welterweight Title Fight - on May 02, 2015 in Las Vegas. IPL 8 MI vs RR LIVE: Rajasthan 154/3 After 17 Overs IPL 8 DD vs KXIP: Daredevils Thrashes Kings XI By 9 Wickets Tweets by @FocusNewsIndia TIME PASS What Will Rule Box Office In 2015? When Sachin Tendulkar Hired Belly Dancers! PHOTOS – Highest paid leading ladies Watch: Unusual Stripping Of A Girl HOT ON SOCIAL Look ‘Bootylicious’ Like Kim Kardashian With This New Technique Akshay Kumar’s ‘Brothers’ To Hit Screens On August 14 Chetan Bhagat Won’t Change His Writing Style For Bollywood Ram Kapoor To Pair Up With Sunny Leone Again DID YOU MISS? Forex Reserves Of India Touch Record High At $345 bn India Rejects US Panel Report On Religious Freedom Pakistan Warns India Against Rehabilitating Pandits In Kashmir India Won’t Provoke Conflict, Befitting Reply If Attacked: Rajnath Singh © 2015 Focus News. All Rights Reserved. About Us Privacy Policy Contact MORE STORIES Delhi: Cocaine Worth Rs 65 Crore Seized, Foreigner Arrested

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Nitin Lulla      [ 2012-02-01 ]
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