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January-2018 News & Updates from the City of Ulhasnagar/Sindhunagar, Maharashtra, India. Ulhasnagar City News indexed across timeline for easy retrieval.

2018-01-31Major fire razes 15 godowns near Mumbai; no casualties - NYOOOZ
Major fire razes 15 godowns near Mumbai; no casualties Wednesday | 31st January, 2018 A major fire broke out in Bhiwandi, around 30km from Mumbai, early on Wednesday, gutting 15 scrap godowns and six shanties. Five fire tenders from Bhiwandi, Ulhasnagar and Kalyan, along with ambulances rushed to the spot. No casualties or injuries have been reported. Six shanties were also gutted in the fire at Bhiwandi. (Praful Gangurde/HT Photo) According to the Shantinagar police, the control room got a call during early morning hours about a fire at Gayatri Nagar in Bhiwandi. “We rushed to the spot and took the residents to a safe place,” said a police officer from Thane Commissionerate. Twenty-year-old, Nagir Ali, a rickshaw driver from Gayatri Nagar said, “I suspect the fire started because of a short circuit. The fire officials reached an hour later, which led the fire to spread from godowns to shanties. We lost our home. The authorities ought to look into this and provide help.” The godown owners were alerted soon after the incident. A fire official from Bhiwandi said, “The fire has been brought under control and the cooling process is on. Our officials have taken samples of the spot. The reason for the fire is still unclear and the report will be submitted to the police station within three-four days.”
Major fire razes 15 godowns near Mumbai; no casualties - NYOOOZ
2018-01-3116 scrap godowns gutted in fire in Bhiwandi - NYOOOZ
16 scrap godowns gutted in fire in Bhiwandi Wednesday | 31st January, 2018 THANE: As many as 16 scrap godowns were gutted in a fire in the industrial Bhiwandi township of the district this morning, an official said. No injury or casualty was reported in the blaze.The fire broke out in the Gayatri Nagar locality where a few huts also suffered damages in the mishap, he said.The fire fighters from Bhiwandi, Kalyan and Ulhasnagar townships rushed to the spot and managed to control the blaze, Thane Municipal Corporation 's regional disaster management cell chief Santosh Kadam said.The cause of the fire was yet to be ascertained, he added.
16 scrap godowns gutted in fire in Bhiwandi - NYOOOZ
2018-01-30पालिकेचा डब्बा गुल, वादग्रस्त वडोलपुलाच्या कामाला स्थगिती , उल्हासनगर स्थायीत ... - Lokmat
पालिकेचा डब्बा गुल, वादग्रस्त वडोलपुलाच्या कामाला स्थगिती , उल्हासनगर स्थायीत भंडाफोड आधी १९५ रूपयांना दाखवलेल्या कचºयाच्या डब्याच्या खरेदीवर टीका झाल्याने पलिका आयुक्तांनी तो १४५ रूपयांना खरेदी केल्याचे दाखवून पालिकेचे पैसे वाचवल्याचा दावा केलेला असतानाच शिवसेना सदस्यांनी जीएसटीसह तो ८० रूपयांना खरेदी केल्याचे बिल सादर करून.... Published: January 30, 2018 07:11 AM | Updated: January 30, 2018 07:11 AM उल्हासनगर : आधी १९५ रूपयांना दाखवलेल्या कचºयाच्या डब्याच्या खरेदीवर टीका झाल्याने पलिका आयुक्तांनी तो १४५ रूपयांना खरेदी केल्याचे दाखवून पालिकेचे पैसे वाचवल्याचा दावा केलेला असतानाच शिवसेना सदस्यांनी जीएसटीसह तो ८० रूपयांना खरेदी केल्याचे बिल सादर करून या खरेदीतील गैरव्यवहाराचा भांडाफोड करून खळबळ उडवून दिली. त्यामुळे या डबे खरेदीला स्थगिती देण्यात आली. उल्हासनगरच्या स्थायी समितीची बैठक सोमवारी पार पडली. त्यात पावसाळयापूर्वी रस्त्यातील खड्डे भरण्याच्या विषयाला आणि वडोल पुलाच्या वाढीव कामाला बहुमताने स्थगिती देण्यात आली. या बैठकीत १७ विषय घेण्यात आले. त्यात जागला तो कचरा डबा खरेदीचा विषय. स्वच्छता अभियानांतर्गत ओला-सुका कचºयाचे वर्गीकरण करण्यासाठी पालिकेने सहा कोटीच्या निधीतून १० लिटरचे कचºयाचे डबे खरेदी करण्याचा निर्णय घेतला. या खरेदीत भ्रष्टाचार झाल्याचा आरोप झाल्यावर आयुक्त राजेंद्र निंबाळकर यांनी पुढाकार घेत १९५ रूपयांना आधी खरेदी केलेला डबा १४५ रूपयांना खरेदी करण्याचा निर्णय घेतला. त्यातून पालिकेचे तब्बल सव्वा कोटी वाचल्याचा दावा प्रशासनाने केला. हा विषय स्थायी समिती सभेत आल्यानंतर शिवसेनेचे शहरप्रमुख व नगरसेवक राजेंद्र चौधरी यांनी महापालिका खरेदी करीत असलेला डबाच जीएसटी बिलासह ८० रूपयांना खरेदी केला आणि आयुक्तांना डब्यासह ते बिल सादर केले. त्यातून या खरेदीतील सावळागोंधळ उघड झाल्याने अखेर हा विषय स्थागित ठेवण्यात आला. वडोलगाव वालधुनी पुलाचे काम दोन कोटी २० लाखाच्या निधीतून सुरू आहे. त्यात सव्वा कोटींचे वाढीव काम दाखविल्याने नगरसेवकांसह आयुक्तांनी नाराजी व्यक्त केली. रस्त्यातील खड्डे भरण्याचा सविस्तर अहवाल ठेकेदाराने व बांधकाम विभागाने सादर करण्यास सांगण्यात आले. सहा कोटीच्या निधीतून रस्त्यातील खड्डे भरण्यात सहा कोटीचे वाढीव काम दाखविल्याने साई पक्षाचे टोनी सिरवानी, राजेंद्र चौधरी आदींनी विरोध केला. त्यामुळे २ फेबु्रवारीच्या स्थायी समितीच्या सभेत तिन्ही विषय पुन्हा घेणार असल्याचे स्थायी समिती सभापती कंचन लुंड यांनी दिली.५६ उद्यानांचे सुशोभीकरण शहरातील बहुतांश उद्यानाची दुरवस्था झाली असून १७ कोटी खर्चून त्यांच्या सुशोभिकरणाला स्थायी समितीने मंजुरी दिली. ५६ पैकी १७ उद्यानांच्या नुतनीकरणाचे काम त्वरित सुरू करण्याचे आदेश देण्यात आले. सुरक्षारक्षकांना १४ हजार पालिकेच्या सुरक्षारक्षकांना गणवेशाऐवजी १४ हजार रोख दिले जाणार आहेत. रक्षकांनी दोन गणवेशांसह टोपी, पट्टा व इतर साहित्य खरेदी करण्याची अट प्रस्तावात आहे. तसेच इतर लहान-मोठया प्रस्तावांना स्थायी समितीने मंजुरी दिली.
पालिकेचा डब्बा गुल, वादग्रस्त वडोलपुलाच्या कामाला स्थगिती , उल्हासनगर स्थायीत ... - Lokmat
2018-01-30Depressed after wife's death, Ulhasnagar man kills self - News - Mid-Day
Depressed After Wife's Death, Ulhasnagar Man Kills Self Jan 30, 2018, 17:43 IST A 45 Year-Old Labourer, Unable To Bear The Grief Of His Wife's Death From A Snake Bite Last Week, Committed Suicide On Saturday A 45-year-old labourer, unable to bear the grief of his wife's death from a snake bite last week, committed suicide on Saturday. The incident happened in Ulhasnagar, and the Hill Line police have filed an accidental death report in the matter. Tukaram Wagh, 45, a brick worker in Ulhasnagar, was living with his wife, Kantabai, and son, Jairam.
Depressed after wife
2018-01-30Man drinks poison after his wife dies of snakebite - Mid-Day
Man Drinks Poison After His Wife Dies Of Snakebite Jan 30, 2018, 14:18 IST In A Tragic Incident A Man Committed Suicide After His Wife Died Of A Snake Bite In Ulhasnagar. The Couple Worked As Labourers At A Construction Site And The Woman Was Allegedly Bitten 15 Days Back In a tragic incident a man committed suicide after his wife died of a snake bite in Ulhasnagar. The couple worked as labourers at a construction site and the woman was allegedly bitten 15 days back. As per reports by the Indian Express, the man could not take his wife to the hospital in time and she eventually died. The man, on returning after performing her last rights attempted to commit suicide and was rushed to Central Civil hospital, where he was declared dead. An officers from Hill Line police station said, “He ingested some poisonous chemical. Even though he was brought to the hospital in a semi-conscious state, he was declared dead soon after.” As per the police, the man’s wife died of a snakebite on January 13. An officer privy to the investigation said, “They had been living at the site where they were working. On the night of January 12, the man’s wife was bitten by a venomous snake. While the man realised it the next morning, he did not have any money to take her to a hospital. By the time he managed to take her to the civil hospital, she had passed away,” After his wife’s death, the man went to their native place to perform her last rights. A worker at the construction site said, “He returned after performing her last rites. But he had not been working and seemed unwell. On January 28, we asked him to go and sleep in his hut. But when he didn’t emerge after many hours, we went to check on him and found him in a bad condition.” The Hill Line police station have registered a case of accidental death
Man drinks poison after his wife dies of snakebite - Mid-Day
2018-01-29Man held for cheating vehicles buyers - Times of India
Man held for cheating vehicle buyers Updated: Jan 29, 2018, 20:02 IST MUMBAI: Police have arrested a 41-year-old man for duping people on the pretext of providing them used cars at a very reasonable price. The accused has been identified as Sunil Jagtiani, a resident of Ulhasnagar. "Sunil Jagtiani, the accused, told his targets that he had contacts with banks and could procure four-wheelers that these banks seized from customers who were unable to repay their automobile loans. People fell for his offer as he would promise to get them the vehicle at half of its actual price. He would provide a savings account number and ask his targets to first deposit the cost of the vehicle. After making them wait for a month, he would withdraw the money, shut the bank account, deactivate his cellphone number and vanish," a police officer said. Jagtiani is a resident of Ulhasnagar. He went by the aliases Rajubhai and Manish Lalwani. "So far, only one person has approached us with a complaint from Powai. But we suspect Jagtiani has conned several others. We want to appeal to other victims to come forward and press charges," said the officer. Jagtiani has been booked under section 420 of IPC.
2018-01-29Man held for cheating vehicle buyers - Times of India
Man held for cheating vehicle buyers Updated: Jan 29, 2018, 20:02 IST MUMBAI: Police have arrested a 41-year-old man for duping people on the pretext of providing them used cars at a very reasonable price. The accused has been identified as Sunil Jagtiani, a resident of Ulhasnagar. "Sunil Jagtiani, the accused, told his targets that he had contacts with banks and could procure four-wheelers that these banks seized from customers who were unable to repay their automobile loans. People fell for his offer as he would promise to get them the vehicle at half of its actual price. He would provide a savings account number and ask his targets to first deposit the cost of the vehicle. After making them wait for a month, he would withdraw the money, shut the bank account, deactivate his cellphone number and vanish," a police officer said. Jagtiani is a resident of Ulhasnagar. He went by the aliases Rajubhai and Manish Lalwani. "So far, only one person has approached us with a complaint from Powai. But we suspect Jagtiani has conned several others. We want to appeal to other victims to come forward and press charges," said the officer. Jagtiani has been booked under section 420 of IPC.
2018-01-29Wife dies of snakebite, man 'commits suicide' - The Indian Express
Wife dies of snakebite, man ‘commits suicide’ Both labourers at construction site Mumbai | Published: January 30, 2018 3:51 am A 45-year-old man allegedly committed suicide after his wife died of snakebite in Ulhasnagar. The couple worked as labourers at a construction site. Sources said the woman was bitten around 15 days ago and the man had been unable to take her to a hospital in time. Tukaram Wagh was admitted to the Central Civil Hospital on January 28, police said. “He ingested some poisonous chemical. Even though he was brought to the hospital in a semi-conscious state, he was declared dead soon after,” said officers from Hill Line police station. According to the police, Wagh’s wife Kantabai (38) died of a snakebite on January 13. “They had been living at the site where they were working. On the night of January 12, Kantabai was bitten by a venomous snake. While Wagh realised it the next morning, he did not have any money to take her to a hospital. By the time he managed to take her to the civil hospital, she had passed away,” said an officer privy to investigation. After the death, Wagh went to his native village from where he returned to the city on January 27. “He returned after performing her last rites. But he had not been working and seemed unwell. On January 28, we asked him to go and sleep in his hut. But when he didn’t emerge after many hours, we went to check on him and found him in a bad condition,” said a worker at the construction site on which the husband and wife worked. The Hill Line police have registered an accidental death report in the case, sources said.
Wife dies of snakebite, man
2018-01-27Tenements in pvt Thane complexes to be used as govt quarters - India Today
Tenements in pvt Thane complexes to be used as govt quarters January 27, 2018 UPDATED 11:55 IST Thane, Jan 27 (PTI) Hundred tenements in the housing complexes built by private builders in the district have been handed over to the Maharashtra Public Works Department (PWD), to be used a government quarters. The government has bought these tenements from the builders under a scheme. Yesterday, on the occasion of the Republic Day, Thane Guardian Minister Ekanth Shinde handed over the keys of these 100 tenements located in different housing complexes in Thane and Ulhasnagar region to Thane District Collector Mahendra Kalyankar to be given to the PWD. "This is happening in the state for the first time. Under a scheme, the government purchased these tenements-- 80 in Thane and 20 in Ulhasnagar region-- from private builders, to be used as quarters for officers," he said. In future, more such tenements will be made available in other projects too. PTI COR NP
2018-01-26पिण्यासह आंघोळीलाही पाणी न मिळाल्यामुळे उल्हासनगरमधील नागरीक झेंडा वंदनपासून ... - Lokmat
पिण्यासह आंघोळीलाही पाणी न मिळाल्यामुळे उल्हासनगरमधील नागरीक झेंडा वंदनपासून वंचित उल्हासनगर महापालिका प्रशासनाच्या निष्काळजी व दुर्लक्षितपणामुळे उल्हासनगर येथील बहुतांशी परिसरात सुमारे तीन दिवसांपासून पाणीपुरवठा झाला नाही, Published: January 26, 2018 02:20 PM | Updated: January 26, 2018 02:21 PM ठाणे : उल्हासनगर महापालिका प्रशासनाच्या निष्काळजी व दुर्लक्षितपणामुळे उल्हासनगर येथील बहुतांशी परिसरात सुमारे तीन दिवसांपासून पाणीपुरवठा झाला नाही, यामुळे पिण्याच्या पाण्याची समस्या सोडण्याच्या प्रयत्नात असताना आंघोळीला ही पाणी न मिळाल्यामुळे उल्हासनगरमधील नागरीक ठिकठिकाणी देशाच्या 68 व्या प्रजासत्ताक दिनाच्या झेंडावंदनपासून वंचित राहिले आहेत. या समस्येचा गैरफायदा घेत मनपाच्या बोरिंगच्या पाण्यासाठी दादागिरी करीत नागरिकांकडून पैशांची वसुली काही ठिकाणी करण्यात आली . दुरुस्तीसाठी मनपाच्या लोकांना पैसे द्यावे लागत असल्याचे कारण ऐकायला मिळाले. या समस्येची जाणीव एक दिवस आधीच मनपाचे उपायुक्त संतोष देहेरकर यांच्या लक्षात आणून दिले होते. पण दिलेले आश्वासन नेहमीप्रमाणे पोकळ ठरले. पाणी आलेले नाही. काही ठिकाणी जुन्या लाइनला ही पाणी नाही तर एमआयडीसीच्या लाइनला ही पाणी आलेले नसल्याचे निदर्शनास आणून दिले होते. आधिकारी फोन ही घेत नसल्याचे ही सांगितले तरी ही देहेरकर यांनी ही या समस्येकडे दुर्लक्ष केल्याचे उघड झाले.
पिण्यासह आंघोळीलाही पाणी न मिळाल्यामुळे उल्हासनगरमधील नागरीक झेंडा वंदनपासून ... - Lokmat
2018-01-25Indian hospitality, traditions sweep Japanese students off their feet, break their stereotypes - NYOOOZ
Trio tries to cash in on sex clip in phone sent for repair Thursday | 25th January, 2018 The trio allegedly started blackmailing the couple, demanding Rs 20 lakh and sexual favours . Acting on the complaint, police inspector Rajkumar Kotmire and PSI Hemant Dhole traced More to his residence in Mumbai. Police then asked the victim to call the other two accused to Kalyan to collect the money. ULHASNAGAR: Giving their mobile phone to a friend for repair proved costly for a Kalyan couple The friend found a video of the couple in an intimate act and passed it on to two other friends. He even threatened to kill her and pass it off as a road accident, the complaint saidOn Tuesday, the couple approached the anti-extortion cell of Thane police.
2018-01-24Woman dies after 23-year-old runs her over - Hindustan Times
Woman dies after 23-year-old runs her over The victim – 55-year-old Ratnabai Thorat –was heading to the market when she met with the accident. MUMBAI Updated: Jan 25, 2018 00:13 IST Hours after purchasing a car, a 23-year-old woman from Ulhasnagar, on Monday, ran over another woman, killing her. The victim – 55-year-old Ratnabai Thorat –was heading to the market when she met with the accident and later, succumbed to her injuries. The incident took place on Aman Talkies Road in Ulhasnagar. The driver – Dimple Panjwani – was arrested and after being producing in court, was remanded in judicial custody. R Kahde, sub-inspector, Central police station, said, “Panjwani had purchased a car two hours ago and was going for a ride, while Thorat was heading towards the market. As Patil was crossing Panjwani’s building gate, the latter, who was taking the car outside the building, lost control over the wheels and hit Thorat.” Thorat suffered multiple injuries and locals and passers-by, who witnessed the accident, rushed Thorat to a private hospital nearby. “After the accident, we alerted Thorat’s son, who is a rickshaw driver. But during the treatment, Thorat succumbed to her injuries. After the statement from Thorat’s son was recorded, a case of rash and negligent driving under Motor Vehicle Act was registered”, added Kahde. The police said that Panjwani had completed her graduation and was pursuing a course in dietetics.
Woman dies after 23-year-old runs her over - Hindustan Times
2018-01-24Trio tries to cash in on sex clip in phone sent for repair - Times of India
Trio tries to cash in on sex clip in phone sent for repair Updated: Jan 25, 2018, 05:07 IST ULHASNAGAR: Giving their mobile phone to a friend for repair proved costly for a Kalyan couple. The friend found a video of the couple in an intimate act and passed it on to two other friends. The trio allegedly started blackmailing the couple, demanding Rs 20 lakh and sexual favours. After negotiations, the sum was reportedly brought down to Rs 5 lakh. However, the couple decided not to succumb to pressure and lodged a complaint with the police. Acting on the woman's complaint, the Thane anti-extortion cell on Wednesday traced one of the accused based on his mobile tower location. The other two were arrested when they arrived to accept the Rs 5 lakh. The arrested accused have been identified as Pradeep More, 28, Rushikesh Fulore, 22 and Avinash Shinde, 20. While More is a resident of Mumbai, the other two reside in Ulhasnagar.Police said the victim's trauma started last week when her husband approached Shinde to get his mobile repaired. Shinde stumbled upon the video and downloaded it on his mobile, which he then shared with Fulore. Shinde and Fulore later sent the video to More who then hatched a plan to blackmail the woman. More introduced himself as Ravi Kumar and allegedly started demanding Rs 20 lakh. He even threatened to kill her and pass it off as a road accident, the complaint said On Tuesday, the couple approached the anti-extortion cell of Thane police. Acting on the complaint, police inspector Rajkumar Kotmire and PSI Hemant Dhole traced More to his residence in Mumbai. Police then asked the victim to call the other two accused to Kalyan to collect the money.
Trio tries to cash in on sex clip in phone sent for repair - Times of India
2018-01-22Suresh Pujari made threat calls to 25 businessmen in and around ... - NYOOOZ
Suresh Pujari made threat calls to 25 businessmen in and around Mumbai Monday | 22nd January, 2018 After the arrest of five members of Suresh Pujari’s gang, interrogations revealed that twenty five businessmen in Mumbai and the neighbouring Thane district received threatening phone calls from the gangster. Several businessmen continued to receive these phone calls following the gunshot firing at a hotel employee in Bhiwandi on January 10, with Pujari threatening a similar firing if the extortion money was not doubled. Police officials said that since Pujari made the calls via the internet, his location has been traced to multiple countries. On Friday, the Anti Extortion Cell of the Mumbai crime branch arrested Harish Kotian, 30, Sanket Dalvi, 25, Prathmesh Kadam, 22, Noormohammed Khan, 20 and Aniket Thakur, 25. The arrest had been made in connection with the firing at Bhiwandi , threating the owner, and planning to ‘bump off’ a South Mumbai-based businessman for extortion. According to sources, Kotian enlisted a friend’s help to contact various people in Mumbai, Thane and Ulhasnagar to collect details regarding potential targets. “Kotian’s friend sought to settle some scores with the South Mumbai-based businessman, and hence gave his details to Pujari’s gang,” said a crime branch official. Sanket Dalvi attempted to commit suicide while in police custody by using a piece of broken glass, and is currently undergoing treatment at the hospital. DCP Dilip Sawant confirmed this, stating that “hardened criminals tend to use such tactics to avoid investigation.” Officials of Mumbai Crime Branch said that they may soon invoke the Maharashtra Control of Organized Crime Act (MCOCA) against the five arrested accused. Invoking the MCOCA will help control future activities by the gang, said DCP Sawant. Victims should come forward and lodge complaints so that we can tighten our noose on the gang, said the police.
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2018-01-22शहरबात उल्हासनगर : चौथ्या मुंबईला प्रदूषणाचा विळखा - Loksatta
शहरबात उल्हासनगर : चौथ्या मुंबईला प्रदूषणाचा विळखा कमी खर्चात, हुबेहूब वस्तू तयार करण्याची लबाडी उल्हासनगर शहरातील व्यापाऱ्यांनी अंगी बाणवली आहे. Updated: January 23, 2018 2:14 AM बदलापूर, अंबरनाथ, उल्हासनगर मधील प्रदूषणाची समस्या गंभीर होत आहे. जीन्स धुलाई कारखान्यातील सांडपाण्याच्या समस्येबाबत शासनाची भूमिका संशयास्पद असल्याचा आरोप होत आहे. कमी खर्चात, हुबेहूब वस्तू तयार करण्याची लबाडी उल्हासनगर शहरातील व्यापाऱ्यांनी अंगी बाणवली आहे. या वस्तूंची उल्हासनगरात एक वेगळी बाजारपेठ तयार झाली आहे. यामध्ये कापड निर्मितीचे क्षेत्रही महत्त्वाचे आहे. मोठमोठय़ा ब्रॅण्डच्या जीन्स या शहरात अगदी हुबेहूब आणि तुलनेने अगदी स्वस्त दरात तयार होतात. या कापड उद्योगाने या भागातील नैसर्गिक साधनांचा मात्र पुर्ण ऱ्हास केला आहे. जो भरून निघण्यासाठी अनेक दशके खर्ची घालावी लागतील. या ठिकाणी नियमबाह्य पद्धतीने सुरू असलेला जीन्स धुलाई उद्योग संपूर्ण चौथ्या मुंबईच्या पर्यावरणाचा गळा घोटू पाहात आहे. उल्हासनगर शहरात वालधुनी नदीकिनारी सुमारे साडेपाचशे जीन्स कारखाने कार्यरत होते. चार ते पाच दशकांपूर्वी या जीन्स कारखान्यांना सुरुवात झाली. त्या वेळी शहरासाठी एक रोजगाराचे, उत्पन्नाचे साधन म्हणून याकडे पाहिले गेले. मात्र उत्तरोत्तर या उद्योगांची संख्या वाढली. जीन्स धुलाई करताना कोणत्याही प्रदूषणांच्या नियमांचे पालन केले गेले नाही. ही धुलाई करताना निघणाऱ्या सांडपाण्यावर कोणत्याही प्रकारची प्रक्रिया न करता वालधुनी नदीच्या पात्रात हे पाणी सोडले जात होते. त्यामुळे वालधुनी नदीचा पार नाला झाला आहे. गेल्या काही दशकांपर्यंत याकडे कुणाचेही लक्ष गेले नव्हते. मात्र, गुजरात आणि महाराष्ट्रातील काही औद्योगिक वसाहतींतील कंपन्यांतून बाहेर पडणारे रासायनिक सांडपाणी येथे सोडले गेल्याने वालधुनी नदी प्रदूषणाचा मुद्दा प्रकाशझोतात आला. वनशक्ती संस्थेने या प्रकरणी हरित लवादाकडे धाव घेतली आणि या समस्येचे गांभीर्य सर्वाच्या लक्षात आले.रसायनांच्या साहाय्याने जीन्स पँट धुतल्या जातात. त्यातून त्या कपडय़ाला मुलायम आणि आकर्षक केले जाते. त्याचा प्रति पँट खर्च ४० ते ५० रुपये असतो. मात्र उल्हासनगर शहरातील प्रदूषणकारी जीन्स कारखान्यांत या पँट अवघ्या पाच ते दहा रुपयांत धुतल्या जातात. त्यामुळे उल्हासनगर शहराकडे अनेक व्यापाऱ्यांचा ओढा वाढला. परिणामी येथे जीन्स उद्योग वाढत गेला आहे. २० बाय २० फुटांच्या जागेत चोवीस तास पाणी देणारी कूपनलिका, तीन फेजची वीज जोडणी आणि उत्तर भारतातून आलेले अवघ्या २०० ते ४०० रुपये प्रतिदिन रोजंदारीवर काम करणारे कामगार असे स्वस्त भांडवल उपलब्ध असल्याने त्यातून प्रतिदिन हजारो जीन्स पँट धुतल्या जात. गेल्या काही महिन्यांपासून या उद्योगांचे कंबरडे मोडले आहे. अनेक कामगार आपल्या गावी परतले आहेत. असे असले तरी अनेकांनी आपले बेकायदे उद्योग सुरूच ठेवले आहेत. अवघ्या दहा दिवसांत उल्हासनगर महापालिकेने सहा अशा कारखान्यांवर कारवाई करत लाखोंचा माल जप्त केला आहे. याकडे महाराष्ट्र प्रदूषण नियंत्रण मंडळही दुर्लक्ष करत असल्याची बाब समोर येत आहे. महापालिकेच्या कारवाईमुळे यापैकी काही उद्योग आता अंबरनाथ येथील औद्य्ोगिक वसाहत आणि बदलापूरकडे वळले आहेत. काही दिवसांपूर्वी अंबरनाथच्या औद्य्ोगिक वसाहतीत हे जीन्स युनिट सुरू झाल्याची माहिती होती. मात्र स्थानिक उत्पादकांच्या संघटनेने कारवाई करत ते बंद पाडले. त्यामुळे आता या जीन्स कारखानदारांनी आपला मोर्चा बदलापूरकडे वळवला आहे. उल्हास नदीकिनारी असलेल्या शेतघरांमध्ये जीन्स कारखानदार वळले आहेत. याबाबत औद्योगिक महामंडळ प्रशासन, प्रदूषण नियंत्रण मंडळ तसेच स्थानिक नगरपालिकांची भूमिका संशयास्पद आहे. उल्हास, वालधुनी नदी प्रदूषित होत असताना येथील लोकप्रतिनिधींनीदेखील बघ्याची भूमिका घेतल्याचे चित्र आहे. या उद्योगांच्या संपूर्ण मुसक्या कधी आवळण्यात येणार हा प्रश्न प्रलंबित आहे.
शहरबात उल्हासनगर : चौथ्या मुंबईला प्रदूषणाचा विळखा - Loksatta
2018-01-21Five held for planning attack on businessman - The Hindu
Five held for planning attack on businessman MUMBAI, JANUARY 21, 2018 00:00 IST UPDATED: JANUARY 21, 2018 04:07 IST They were providing updates to fugitive Suresh Pujari The Anti Extortion Cell (AEC) of the Mumbai Police Crime Branch has arrested five people for allegedly providing information about a businessman to fugitive Suresh Pujari, and planning to attack the businessman on Mr. Pujari’s orders. According to AEC officers, the complainant, a resident of Ulhasnagar who runs a camera shop in south Mumbai, approached them earlier this month to complain about Mr. Pujari calling him and demanding Rs. 50 lakh. Under surveillance “Shortly after the first call, some of Mr. Pujari’s men opened fire at a hotel in Ulhasnagar, injuring the receptionist. Mr. Pujari then called the complainant and, referring to the incident, increased his demand to Rs. 1 crore, saying that the complainant would meet a similar fate otherwise,” said a Crime Branch officer. Plain-clothes AEC officers kept watch on the complainant’s shop and identified a suspect who had been lurking nearby. Continued surveillance confirmed that the suspect, Harish Kotian (30), was keeping watch on the complainant and updating Mr. Pujari about his movements. The police identified another suspect, Sanket Dalvi (25), with whom Mr. Kotian was in regular touch. “Working with our informants, we learned that some men were coming from Ratnagiri to Mumbai to attack the complainant. On Saturday morning, we picked up Mr. Kotian and Mr. Dalvi, as well as Prathamesh Kadam (22), Noor Mohammed Khan (20) and Aniket Thakur (25) from Dadar as soon as they arrived from Ratnagiri. We seized two firearms, three magazines and five live rounds of ammunition from the trio, and arrested all five,” the officer said. The five were produced in Esplanade Court and remanded in police custody till January 25. They have been charged with extortion and criminal intimidation under the Indian Penal Code. 22 targets “Inquiries have revealed that the accused had kept a watch on around 22 businessmen in Mumbai and Thane, and provided information on their movements to Mr. Pujari,” the officer said.
2018-01-21A retired judge, cops and a professor: Five-member committee keen to make a difference for prisoners - The Indian Express
A retired judge, cops and a professor: Five-member committee keen to make a difference for prisoners “We have enroled students from 15 law colleges in Mumbai, Thane, Ulhasnagar and Pune. Each college has been sending at least 15 students to visit prisons and help undertrials including filing applications for bail, surety or other legal issues,” says Radhakrishnan. Mumbai | Updated: January 22, 2018 5:10 am BEFORE HIS appointment as an additional Judge of the Bombay High Court in 1996, Justice (retired) Dr S Radhakrishnan taught law students for over a decade. As chairperson of the five-member committee constituted by the Maharashtra government on directions from the High Court, to look into prison reforms in the state, one of Radhakrishnan’s ideas was to rope in law students for legal aid to undertrial prisoners. “We have enroled students from 15 law colleges in Mumbai, Thane, Ulhasnagar and Pune. Each college has been sending at least 15 students to visit prisons and help undertrials including filing applications for bail, surety or other legal issues,” says Radhakrishnan. In one of its first meetings in July since it was set up, the committee was informed that there were at least 642 prisoners across the state languishing in jails despite being granted bail, as most could not arrange surety as a safeguard to guarantee their presence at their trial. Using his previous experience with students as a teacher and as a judge where he traveled with students in trains on visits to jails and the community for awareness, the 71-year old says that the idea behind the committee roping in students was to ensure that a permanent system is in place that will continue even as new batches of students join the colleges. For Radhakrishnan, as much as he and his team look to submit a report of recommendations to the government, he says, he does not want it to end up like the fate of many committees, their recommendations lying on paper. The committee has therefore held meetings with senior government authorities and multiple stakeholders including prisoners. “A substantial number of undertrials are poor and illiterate and do not have access to legal aid. The Constitution safeguards each prisoner’s right to be defended by an advocate of his choice. If you ask me, there has to be a very well-organised legal aid system for that, which is presently in a bad state,” says Radhakrishnan. For all the members of the committee, which includes Additional Director General Police (prisons) Dr Bhushan Kumar Upadhyay, Retired DIG (prisons) S N Chavan and Professor Dr Vijay Raghavan of the Tata Institute of Social Sciences, overcrowding of prisons is an important issue to find a solution to. “We are aware of the issues being spoken about by various stakeholders. Here in the committee, we are flagging these issues in a different way,” says Upadhyay, adding that the committee will submit a report based on which the state government will decide on the recommendations made. Chavan, who was the superintendent of prisons in Thane, Nashik and Yerwada in Pune before he retired as DIG Aurangabad, says that in cities such as Mumbai and its suburbs, the issue of overcrowding has been persistent. “This is at the core of most issues in prisons. Less population would mean better facilities in jails. We are also looking at the issue of vacant prison posts. The committee is also looking at making state prisons as per the guidelines issued in the Model Prison Reforms, 2016,” says Chavan. He says he is interested in initiatives such as ‘gala bhet’, where convicts can meet their children at least once a month inside the prison’s canteen or recreation hall, instead of through an iron mesh or glass barriers. Raghavan, who has been working on the issue of prisons since 1990 as the first social worker for Prayas, a field action project of TISS, says his ‘mixed experience’ of a field worker who is now working with a government committee makes him positive of the results of the panel’s work. “If you are working as a social worker in a jail working with X number of people, you are still able to make a difference in the lives of those people, because you are working in a smaller ecosystem. The more far removed you get from the field into such committees, there is not much control on whether your suggestions will get accepted but one has to keep at it like a mountain man chipping away, not knowing when things will fall in place,” says Raghavan. As amicus curiae on a petition on children of prisoners and member of a previous committee, Raghavan has flagged issues including need for better healthcare facilities, especially for women prisoners. “For instance, in one of the civic hospitals, the staff was not admitting prisoners due to some previous incident. Even prisoners who needed urgent care had to be taken to J J Hospital. We sat with the superintendent of the jail and hospital authorities and attempted to sort the issue out,” says Raghavan. The committee’s intervention led to a direction by the Directorate of Health Services to civic hospitals across the state to conduct weekly Out Patient Department examination in jails. Raghavan adds that prisoners cannot be looked at only in the context of their alleged offences. “One image that has stayed with me from our visits to various prisons is that of the prison guards and jailor standing along with other prisoners as accused persons (The six jail staffers of Byculla women’s jail arrested for the murder of convict inmate Manjula Shetye). I know it will be difficult for the rest of the world to believe, but I also saw them in some ways as victims of the system within the prison and criminal justice system who may have done something wrong but were they the only ones responsible or whether there were other factors, that is true of all crimes where you know that the person alone is not responsible,” says Raghavan.
A retired judge, cops and a professor: Five-member committee keen to make a difference for prisoners - The Indian Express
2018-01-20Five held for planning attack on businessman - The Hindu
Five held for planning attack on businessman MUMBAI, JANUARY 20, 2018 23:39 IST UPDATED: JANUARY 20, 2018 23:39 IST They were providing updates to fugitive Suresh Pujari The Anti Extortion Cell (AEC) of the Mumbai Police Crime Branch has arrested five people for allegedly providing information about a businessman to fugitive Suresh Pujari, and planning to attack the businessman on Mr. Pujari’s orders. According to AEC officers, the complainant, a resident of Ulhasnagar who runs a camera shop in south Mumbai, approached them earlier this month to complain about Mr. Pujari calling him and demanding ₹50 lakh. Under surveillance “Shortly after the first call, some of Mr. Pujari’s men opened fire at a hotel in Ulhasnagar, injuring the receptionist. Mr. Pujari then called the complainant and, referring to the incident, increased his demand to ₹1 crore, saying that the complainant would meet a similar fate otherwise,” said a Crime Branch officer. Plain-clothes AEC officers kept watch on the complainant’s shop and identified a suspect who had been lurking nearby. Continued surveillance confirmed that the suspect, Harish Kotian (30), was keeping watch on the complainant and updating Mr. Pujari about his movements. The police identified another suspect, Sanket Dalvi (25), with whom Mr. Kotian was in regular touch. “Working with our informants, we learned that some men were coming from Ratnagiri to Mumbai to attack the complainant. On Saturday morning, we picked up Mr. Kotian and Mr. Dalvi, as well as Prathamesh Kadam (22), Noor Mohammed Khan (20) and Aniket Thakur (25) from Dadar as soon as they arrived from Ratnagiri. We seized two firearms, three magazines and five live rounds of ammunition from the trio, and arrested all five,” the officer said. The five were produced in Esplanade Court and remanded in police custody till January 25. They have been charged with extortion and criminal intimidation under the Indian Penal Code. 22 targets “Inquiries have revealed that the accused had kept a watch on around 22 businessmen in Mumbai and Thane, and provided information on their movements to Mr. Pujari,” the officer said.
2018-01-205 members of Suresh Pujari gang held for extortions bids in Mumbai and Thane - NYOOOZ
5 members of Suresh Pujari gang held for extortions bids in Mumbai and Thane Saturday | 20th January, 2018 The anti-extortion cell of the Mumbai crime branch arrested five members of Suresh Pujari’s gang on Friday, in connection with firing at a Bhiwandi hotel employee, threating the owner and planning to ‘bump off’ a South Mumbai-based businessman for extortion. The police claimed they have busted a module that operates directly on instructions of Pujari for the extortion business in Mumbai and Thane. The arrested men have been identified as Harish Kotian 30; Sanket Dalvi 25; Prathmesh Kadam 22; Noormohammed Khan 20; and Aniket Thakur 25. According to sources, an Ulhasnagar resident, who runs a shop of cameras in Fort, received threatening calls from Pujari early this month, demanding Rs50 lakh. When he ignored, he again received a call from Pujari, who told him about the Bhiwandi incident and this time asked him to pay Rs1 crore. Following this, the businessman approached the joint commissioner of police (crime). Officials from the anti-extortion cell of crime branch were pressed in the operation. They first held Kotian and Dalvi in Dadar on Friday, who then led the investigators to the other three. “Khan, Kadam and Thakur were planning something ‘big’ in connection with the Fort businessman case. We have recovered two pistols, five rounds and magazines from them,” said deputy commissioner of police (detection) Dilip Sawant. “The accused have criminal cases, including an attempt to murder case. All have been sent to police custody up to January 25,” he said.
5 members of Suresh Pujari gang held for extortions bids in Mumbai and Thane - NYOOOZ
2018-01-205 members of Suresh Pujari gang held for extortions bids in Mumbai and Thane - Hindustan Times
5 members of Suresh Pujari gang held for extortions bids in Mumbai and Thane The police claimed they have busted a module that operates directly on instructions of Pujari for the extortion business in both cities. MUMBAI Updated: Jan 21, 2018 00:31 IST The anti-extortion cell of the Mumbai crime branch arrested five members of Suresh Pujari’s gang on Friday, in connection with firing at a Bhiwandi hotel employee, threating the owner and planning to ‘bump off’ a South Mumbai-based businessman for extortion. The police claimed they have busted a module that operates directly on instructions of Pujari for the extortion business in Mumbai and Thane. The arrested men have been identified as Harish Kotian 30; Sanket Dalvi 25; Prathmesh Kadam 22; Noormohammed Khan 20; and Aniket Thakur 25. According to sources, an Ulhasnagar resident, who runs a shop of cameras in Fort, received threatening calls from Pujari early this month, demanding Rs50 lakh. When he ignored, he again received a call from Pujari, who told him about the Bhiwandi incident and this time asked him to pay Rs1 crore. Following this, the businessman approached the joint commissioner of police (crime). Officials from the anti-extortion cell of crime branch were pressed in the operation. They first held Kotian and Dalvi in Dadar on Friday, who then led the investigators to the other three. “Khan, Kadam and Thakur were planning something ‘big’ in connection with the Fort businessman case. We have recovered two pistols, five rounds and magazines from them,” said deputy commissioner of police (detection) Dilip Sawant. “The accused have criminal cases, including an attempt to murder case. All have been sent to police custody up to January 25,” he said.
5 members of Suresh Pujari gang held for extortions bids in Mumbai and Thane - Hindustan Times
2018-01-19Direct tax up 23% this fiscal across Pune region - Times of India
Direct tax up 23% this fiscal across Pune region Jan 20, 2018, 01:21 IST THANE: The income tax (I-T) department is mulling to set up independent offices at Dombivli, Ulhasnagar, Virar and Badlapur as these developing tier-2cities of Thane and neighbouring Raigad and Palghar districts seem to be adding notable revenue to the coffers in the form of direct tax.The plans were revealed by principal chief commissioner of income tax, Pune region, A C Shukla, after he revealed that Pune region that comprises of these cities along with major districts of the state has registered an amazing 23.98 per cent rise in direct tax collections as compared to the previous fiscal. Shukla, while addressing the media in Thane on Friday, also said that Pune region is the first in the country to reach 75 per cent of the total budget estimate of direct taxes for the financial year. "We have earned 23.98 per cent more through direct tax collections in the first three quarters of the financial year as compared to the previous fiscal which shows the region has defied speculations of a drop in revenue after the demonetization and implementation of Goods andServices Tax (GST)," said Shukla. The department has also stressed on residents to start filing their returns promptly. We are now exploring possibilities of setting up new centres in tier-2 cities of the MMR, including Dombivli, Ulhasnagar, Virar and Badlapur as they are showing notable increase in direct tax collections
2018-01-19Missing woman's body found on rail tracks - The Asian Age
Missing woman’s body found on rail tracks Published : Jan 19, 2018, 6:08 am IST Updated : Jan 19, 2018, 6:09 am IST he body of Namrata Patel, who has been missing since Tuesday, was found on the railway tracks in Kanjurmarg. Mumbai: The body of Namrata Patel, a 28-year-old woman who went missing from her residence in Ulhasnagar, was found on Thursday along railway tracks in Kanjurmarg. The police, which had registered a missing person's complaint earlier, is now attempting to establish whether she committed suicide or she was killed. At the time she went missing, the victim was not keeping well, according to the police. Patel, a resident of Chinchpada area in Kalyan, disappeared mysteriously on Tuesday while being unwell. The incident came to light after her husband, Veerbahadur, was informed by his neighbours about their two children crying incessantly. When the caller asked if Namrata was away, a scared Veerbahadur began a search for his wife but, after scouting areas near the Ulhasnagar station, market and other places, he failed to trace her. He then approached the Vitthalwadi police station and lodged a missing person's complaint.The police is now looking into her disappearance. The police will record the statements of Veerbahadur, relatives and neighbours, and a case will be registered subsequently as per its . The government railway police has registered an accidental death report.
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2018-01-19Direct tax up 23% this fiscal across Pune region - NYOOOZ
Direct tax up 23% this fiscal across Pune region Saturday | 20th January, 2018 THANE: The income tax (I-T) department is mulling to set up independent offices at Dombivli, Ulhasnagar, Virar and Badlapur as these developing tier-2cities of Thane and neighbouring Raigad and Palghar districts seem to be adding notable revenue to the coffers in the form of direct tax.The plans were revealed by principal chief commissioner of income tax, Pune region, A C Shukla, after he revealed that Pune region that comprises of these cities along with major districts of the state has registered an amazing 23.98 per cent rise in direct tax collections as compared to the previous fiscal. Shukla, while addressing the media in Thane on Friday, also said that Pune region is the first in the country to reach 75 per cent of the total budget estimate of direct taxes for the financial year."We have earned 23.98 per cent more through direct tax collections in the first three quarters of the financial year as compared to the previous fiscal which shows the region has defied speculations of a drop in revenue after the demonetization and implementation of Goods andServices Tax (GST)," said Shukla.The department has also stressed on residents to start filing their returns promptly.We are now exploring possibilities of setting up new centres in tier-2 cities of the MMR, including Dombivli, Ulhasnagar, Virar and Badlapur as they are showing notable increase in direct tax collections.
2018-01-182 boys drown in Ulhas river - Mumbai Mirror
2 BOYS DROWN IN ULHAS RIVER Updated: Jan 19, 2018, 05.11 AM IST Two 13-year-old boys who bunked class and went for a swim in the Ulhas river nearby school drowned on Thursday. A third boy, who accompanied the two but did not step into the water, tried to get help from locals but was too late. The boys –Nitin Vishwarkarma, a resident of V P Naik Road in Shahad, and Shubham alias Sonu Jaiswal, a resident near Gol Maidan, Ulhasnagar – were Class 8 students at Swami Vivekanand School in Ulhasnagar. “Around 2 pm, they reached the spot between Shahad and Ulhasnagar stations. Vishwakarma and Jaiswal entered the water even as a third boy stayed on the shore,” said senior police inspector B A Kadam of Kadakpada police station.After some time, the boy noticed Vishwakarma was struggling to stay afloat after straying too far from the shore. “He started shouting for help. Jaiswal, who was in the water, swam in his friend’s direction to save him,” said Kadam. Though locals turned up at the spot and fished out the two boys, they were declared dead at the nearby Rukmini Bai Hospital in Kalyan where the two were rushed to. “A post-mortem was carried out and the bodies were handed over to family members. We have registered an accidental death report,” said Kadam.
2 boys drown in Ulhas river - Mumbai Mirror
2018-01-18Rs 26 crore payout to realtor for one bounced cheque - The Asian Age
Rs 26 crore payout to realtor for one bounced cheque Published : Jan 19, 2018, 4:37 am IST Updated : Jan 19, 2018, 4:37 am IST The partners of Vinayak Enterprises refuted Rochlani’s allegations and contested the case.Mumbai: A magistrate court in Ulhasnagar has awarded a compensation of Rs 26 crore to a developer in a case involving a bounced cheque. The court has also convicted and sentenced six partners of a real estate firm to one-year imprisonment in the case. The prosecution’s case was based on a complaint filed by Gope Madhavdas Rochlani, of the Madhav Construction Company at Kalyan. In his complaint, Rochlani alleged that the respondents had entered into an agreement with him on May 15, 2006, to grant development rights of 60 acres of land for an amount of Rs 85 crore. According to Rochlani, he made a payment of Rs 8.5 crore to the respondents. However, the respondents cancelled the deal and agreed to return the money along with profit, compensation and escalating cost of the land. They even issued two cheques totalling Rs 16.50 crore in August and October 2008, that bounced, following which he approached the court. The partners of Vinayak Enterprises refuted Rochlani’s allegations and contested the case. But First Class Judicial Magistrate, Ulhasnagar, R D Chougale, observed that the complainant has been deprived of the said amount of the disputed cheques. The judge held that considering the rate of interest given by a nationalised bank on fixed deposits, it would be just and reasonable to grant a compensation of Rs 26,12,50,500 to the complainant. The magistrate than directed the seven accused, the firm Vinayak Enterprises and its six partners to pay Rs 3,73,21,500 each to the complainant. The magistrate also made it clear that in case of non-payment of the compensation amount, the respondents would be required to spend an additional three-months in prison. Though the convicts requested for leniency the magistrate refused to show them any leniency.
Rs 26 crore payout to realtor for one bounced cheque - The Asian Age
2018-01-15Gold Rush Gets Bizarre - Times of India
Gold Rush Gets Bizarre Jan 15, 2018, 10:54 IST MOHALI: Now that Chandigarh airport is international, smugglers and their innovative ways are not far behind. In fact, they have been trying to sneak in gold through the airport using the most bizarre methods — moulding the yellow metal into a vacumn cleaner's parts, making buttons and biscuits out of it, and some of them even placing it in their rectum. According to data with Chandigarh International Airport, the air intelligence wing of the customs department has made 21 seizures in which they have confiscated 15kg gold worth nearly Rs 5 crore since the airport started international operations in September 2016. Sources at the airport said while it was expected people would try to smuggle in gold through the airport after it turned international, the methods have been out-of-the-box.Here's the latest example: On January 2, a Delhi man was caught trying to sneak in gold moulded into biscuits. New Delhi resident Arjun Kumar was returning on the flight from Dubai and had simply put the gold biscuits, weight 468 grams and worth Rs 13.5 lakh, in his pockets.The accused was arrested by the customs department and later released on bail, said an officer, who did not wish to be named as he was not authorised to speak to the media. The officer said gold was the most preferred choice of smugglers as the airport's first and oldest flight was to Dubai, where the yellow metal was of better quality and priced lower. When it comes to innovation, though, a seizure of 2.92kg of gold on December 8, 2017, was the most innovative. In this case, the smuggler, a resident of Delhi (NAME), had moulded the gold into parts of vacuum cleaner and trying to push it through the customs. He was caught when customs sleuths tried to operate the electric vacuum cleaner, but couldn't. Most times, people trying to smuggle in the gold are not from Tricity and use this airport as it is new. On July 10, 2017, a man from Ulhasnagar, Maharashtra, was caught smuggling 407 grams (41 tolas) of gold hidden in his rectum. The man had to be taken to the washroom to recover the gold, valued at over Rs 11 lakh. The gold was in the form of thin bars. "We caught him in the x-ray machine," said the officer.
Gold Rush Gets Bizarre - Times of India
2018-01-13Mumbai: Woman tries to fight off bike-borne thieves, falls off two-wheeler - Mid-Day
Mumbai: Woman Tries To Fight Off Bike-Borne Thieves, Falls Off Two-Wheeler Jan 13, 2018, 10:54 IST This 52-year-old from Ulhasnagar has probably been scared off from sitting on a two-wheeler for a long time. What was a normal Wednesday and a ride home with her daughter turned upside down for her, and the family, after two bike-borne men snatched the woman's purse from her grip and, in the process, made her lose her balance and fall down in the middle of a busy road, injuring her severely.Mid-road mishap The police said the complainant, identified as Mehak Khatri, 22, said the incident happened at 8.50 pm near Aman Talkies in Ulhasnagar when she and her mother Jyoti, who was sitting behind, were on their way home."CCTV footage of the spot shows two bike-borne men riding up on the left of the two and the pillion rider on the motorcycle making a grab for Jyoti's purse. She tried to hold on to it, but he managed to snatch it from her, in the process made her lose her balance. She was taken to a private hospital, where she is undergoing treatment for injuries on her head, nose, stomach, leg and other parts," said a shaken Deepak, her husband, who added that it was lucky for them that there was no other vehicle coming from behind. The purse had a mobile phone worth Rs 6,000, Rs 2,200 in cash and house keys. Unclear footage "We have registered a case against two unknown people. We have got the CCTV footage, but it isn't clear enough to see the bike number. We are investigating and will arrest the accused soon," said V S Dolas, senior inspector, Central police station. A case has been registered under sections 392 (robbery) and 34 (common intention) of the Indian Penal Code. Rs 6k Worth of the mobile phone in the purse
Mumbai: Woman tries to fight off bike-borne thieves, falls off two-wheeler - Mid-Day
2018-01-13Bhiwandi resort firing sufferer was filling in for receptionist on go ... - Kaplan Herald
2018-01-12Chain snatched from woman - NYOOOZ
Chain snatched from woman Friday | 12th January, 2018 They also snatched her chain and dragged her off the scooter in the process,” said a police officer. An incident of chain snatching was reported in Ulhasnagar Wednesday night. While the incident has been captured on CCTV, police have not yet identified the two persons who snatched a purse and a gold chain from a woman and pushed her off a scooter she was riding pillion. They snatched the purse from Mahak’s mother. Around 11 pm, when Mahak Khatri (27) and her mother were returning home on a scooter, two men started following them on a bike.An incident of chain snatching was reported in Ulhasnagar Wednesday night. While the incident has been captured on CCTV, police have not yet identified the two persons who snatched a purse and a gold chain from a woman and pushed her off a scooter she was riding pillion. Around 11 pm, when Mahak Khatri (27) and her mother were returning home on a scooter, two men started following them on a bike. “Near Gol Maidan area, the bikers caught up with the scooter. They snatched the purse from Mahak’s mother.
Chain snatched from woman - NYOOOZ
2018-01-11Autorickshaw driver suffers heart attack in moving vehicle, dies - The Indian Express
Autorickshaw driver suffers heart attack in moving vehicle, dies Gurunani, who stayed with his wife and two children, was taken to Central Civil Hospital where he was declared dead before arrival, police said. Mumbai | Published: January 12, 2018 2:25 am A 40-year-old autorickshaw driver in Ulhasnagar died on Wednesday after having suffered a heart attack while driving. The moving vehicle crashed into a shop but no injuries were reported. Gopal Gurunani, a resident of Ulhasnagar transit camp, had been driving an autorickshaw for the past 20 years, police said. “He used to ferry children to New Era school in Ulhasnagar and then go for private customers,” said a family friend and Gurunani’s neighbour. On Wednesday, he dropped children to school and went about ferrying customers, the police said. “In the afternoon, he picked up the children and after dropping the last child, he took a five minute break on the road. As soon as he re-started the auto-rickshaw, he slumped forward and lost control of the vehicle, which then crashed into a shop’s wall on the opposite side of the road,” an inspector from Ulhasnagar police station said. Gurunani, who stayed with his wife and two children, was taken to Central Civil Hospital where he was declared dead before arrival, police said. “He suffered a heart attack and collapsed. By the time he was brought in, he died,” the inspector said.
Autorickshaw driver suffers heart attack in moving vehicle, dies - The Indian Express
2018-01-10Bhiwandi hotel firing victim was filling in for receptionist on leave - Times of India
Bhiwandi hotel firing victim was filling in for receptionist on leave Jan 11, 2018, 01:06 IST BHIWANDI: Police said the two gangsters who shot at Swara Shirshath (25) on Wednesday afternoon had entered the hotel when the security guard had gone out for a lunch break. She had come to the reception at 2.15pm as the receptionist, Priya Shinde, was on leave. Swara looks after the banquet hall booking and other work at K N Park Hotel, near the Mumbai-Nashik highway on the Kalyan- Bhiwandi road. Police said that on hearing the sound of the firing, other hotel staff rushed towards the reception counter and found Swara lying in a pool of blood. Staff rushed her to a nearby private hospital, where she is undergoing treatment. Sources said the hotel owner, Prakash Shetty, was receiving threat calls from Pujari for two years. He had last year filed a complaint with Hill Line police in Ulhasnagar, where he resides. An anti-extortion cell official said Shetty had informed them about a threat call six months back. The incident has shocked other businessman in Thane region as in three years, Pujari has allegedly made over 50 threatening calls to businessmen, demanding extortion money, and he had twice fired at two persons. Cable operator Sachidanand Karira in Ulhasnagar was killed for not paying Rs 5 crore as extortion money, while a builder's office staff was injured in Ulhasnagar. Thane police have formed six teams comprising local police, anti-extortion cell and Bhiwandi crime branch officials. DCP (zone II) Manoj Patil said Shetty had complained to Hill Line police. In Thane alone, there are at least 50 offences in which Pujari has been named as a wanted accused. Police suspect he is holed up in Africa, Australia or Malaysia.
Bhiwandi hotel firing victim was filling in for receptionist on leave - Times of India
2018-01-08Indian Businessmen Across Industries Celebrated Entrepreneurs ... - BW Businessworld
Indian Businessmen Across Industries Celebrated Entrepreneurs' 08 January, 2018 MUMBAI, January 8, 2018/PRNewswire/ -- IILD trains over 100 companies to mark the occasion In recognition of the role of micro, small and medium enterprises of India, Indian Institute of Learning and Development (IILD) celebrated Entrepreneurs' Day on the 5th January. IILD is a subsidiary of A&A Group which is a frontrunner in the MSME coaching and consulting space across the country. MSME business owners across the country celebrate Entrepreneurs' Day with their employees in factories and workplaces. As a gesture of goodwill, IILD's team of trainers and consultants conducted training on 'professionalism at workplace' at the offices of more than a 100 companies from textile, pharmaceutical, automotive, engineering, food and other industries. The training sessions covered approximately 3,000 employees at companies based in Mumbai, Ahmedabad, Indore, Ludhiana, Hyderabad and Delhi. The mega events were based around the theme 'catalysing a cultural shift at workplaces', official sources of IILD stated. Every year, IILD encourages entrepreneurs to observe 5th January as Entrepreneurs' Day as a recognition of their hard work and valuable contribution towards the nation's commerce and economy. During the course of the day, the entire workforce takes pledge to work in a unified direction in alignment with the company's vision. Commenting on the impact MSMEs create, Chairman of A&A Group, Mr. Pravin Daryani said, "MSMEs create employment for 120 million people in India, which is more than the total population of Germany, Malaysia and Singapore combined. They contribute 38% of the overall GDP of India (approximately Rs. 54,450 crore) which is more than the total GDPs of Bangladesh, Pakistan and Sri Lanka put together. MSMEs are progressive because they are already walking on the path of progress. We want to make them realize their might and how they can influence commerce, economy and the entire ecosystem. Entrepreneurs' Day celebrates their existence." In the past decade, India has seen a burgeoning increase in the number of businesses, and a paradigm shift in people's attitude towards business. The MSMEs, although largely unorganized, form an indispensable part of the country's business landscape. They need immediate recognition from the populace that has benefitted much from their business activities. About IILD Started in 2013, Indian Institute of Learning and Development (IILD) has quickly grown from a 20-member team with just one office in Mumbai to 8 branches spread across the country. We have presence in Hyderabad, Delhi, Mumbai (Thane) - Head Office, Mumbai (Andheri), Mumbai (Ulhasnagar), Indore (MP), Ahmedabad (Gujarat) and Ludhiana (Punjab). The team strength is 200+ and growing. We have trained 16,500+ individuals, including 8,500+ entrepreneurs across various industries such as manufacturing, engineering, automobile, healthcare, capital goods, electronics, garments, amongst others. IILD trainings come with implementation services which are built into the learning and development model the company follows. An implementation Manager is assigned to each client who ensures that the learning imparted in the training module is implemented in the client's business. This has transformed into real-time business revenue growth for clients who enroll for our trainings. 'Implementation Services' is what separates us from any other training company in the market.
2018-01-03Maharashtra Bandh: Airlines offer waiver on change and cancellation charges; protestors vandalise autos, buses - Times Now
Maharashtra Bandh: Airlines offer waiver on change and cancellation charges; protestors vandalise autos, buses Updated: Jan 03, 2018 | 12:14 IST Violent protests have rocked parts of Mumbai, Pune and Aurangabad after clashes erupted between the Maratha and Dalit communities on January 1. Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis while demanding a CID probe into the death of a 28-year-old Rahul Fatangale amidst the protests in Pune, announced a Rs 10 lakh compensation for the kin of the deceased.
Maharashtra Bandh: Airlines offer waiver on change and cancellation charges; protestors vandalise autos, buses - Times Now
2018-01-03Few areas in Mumbai remained unaffected by bandh - The Asian Age
Few areas in Mumbai remained unaffected by bandh Published : Jan 4, 2018, 3:48 am IST Updated : Jan 4, 2018, 3:51 am IST A group of local Dalits took out a silent march and handed over a protest letter to Agripada police station seeking action against culprits.Mumbai: On Wednesday, when Mumbai witnessed a bandh, there were a few areas that stayed unaffected by it. In some areas, shops stayed open even though there were fewer customers as the city’s transport system took a hit. Fancy Market in Agripada, which was not affected by the bandh, has a major population of Hindus, including followers of Dr B.R. Ambedkar. A group of local Dalits took out a silent march and handed over a protest letter to Agripada police station seeking action against culprits. “We held a meeting on Tuesday evening, and it was decided that we will not force anybody to shut shop because causing trouble to innocent will not help us get justice,” said Mohan Shivram Merchande, a senior advisor of Bodhisattva Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar Jayanti Utsav Samiti in Agripada. He also said, “We are taking out a silent march to register our protest, and we handed over a letter to senior inspector of Agripada police station demanding strict action against culprits who attacked Dalits in Pune district and which led to the protests in the city.”Majority of shops were also opened in Mohammed Ali Road, Kalbadevi, Chakla Market, Kumbharwada, Madanpura and Dongri and other parts of South Mumbai including the posh Malabar Hill area.Manoj Sohanda, a resident of Ulhasnagar, who runs a shop in Mohammed Ali road, said that he left the house early in the morning and started receiving calls and messages about some trouble in local trains and certain parts of the city. “Here nobody is coming and ask us to shut the shop, and since public transport system is affected badly we have decided to leave for home only after things get normal,” he said. However, a majority of shops in Colaba, Crowford market and Manish Market were forced to shut. “The group of Dr Ambedkar’s supporters were visiting the area after small intervals since morning and were asking people to shut down shops so maximum shop owners closed down their business for the day,” said Asfhaque Ansari who runs a small business of eye-wear in Colaba.
Few areas in Mumbai remained unaffected by bandh - The Asian Age
2018-01-02Bipin BMC Camp lift football tourney cup - The Asian Age
Bipin BMC Camp lift football tourney cup Published : Jan 3, 2018, 12:05 am IST Updated : Jan 3, 2018, 12:07 am IST Kumar Rathod was the star campaigner for Bipin BMC and he got the player of the tournament award.Mr Pramod Sail, Asst Comm, Mumbai Police and former Maharashtra football player, poses with Bipin BMC Camp and their coaches after winning the Bipin Football Academy 31st Annual Inter-Centre Football Tournament 2017 at the Karnatak Sporting Association ground on Sunday. Bipin BMC Camp won the Bipin Football Academy 31st Annual Inter-Centre Football Tournament 2017 after trouncing Bipin Ulhasnagar-Ambernath Camp 2-0 in a hard-fought encounter in the finals held at the Karnatak Sporting Association ground on Sunday. Kumar Rathod was the star campaigner for the Bipin BMC Camp as he struck a brace to end all hopes for the Bipin Ulhasnagar-Ambernath Camp as they were unable to make a comeback. Kumar Rathod also bagged the player of the tournament award. The prizes were given away by Pramod Sail, Asst Comm, Mumbai Police and former Maharashtra football player, U Banerjee, Gen. Sec. MDFA, Jaya Shetty, Jt. Sec. Karnatak Sporting Association. The Bipin BMC Camp were the surprise outfit this year as they rose from their ranks to win the tournament after a goalless draw with Kandivali earlier in the day and then sailed through to the finals after getting the better-off Churchgate in the semifinals via a tie breaker. In the other semifinal, Bipin Ulhasnagar-Ambernath Camp overcame Bipin Churchgate Camp by a lone goal through Nitish More to sail through the finals. Results Finals – Bipin BMC Camp 2 (Kiran Rathod) beat Bipin Ulhasnagar-Ambernath Camp 0. Semifinal 1 – Bipin BMC Camp 4 (Sunil Rathod, Santu Prajpati, Sijal Singh, Viju Singh) beat Bipin Churchgate Camp 3 (Kasa Prajapati, Hafiz Khan, Ahnawa Shinde) via tie breaker. Semifinal 2 – Bipin Ulhasnagar-Ambernath 1 (Nitish More) beat Bipin Colaba Camp 0. League matches: Bipin Colaba Camp 3 (Amrit Semwal 2, Mukesh Rathod) beat Bipin Andheri Camp 0. Bipin Kandivili Camp 0 drew with Bipin BMC Camp 0, Bipin Churchgate Camp 1 (Aharva Shinde) beat Bipin Kalyan Camp 0. Bipin Ulhasnagar-Ambernath Camp 2 (Nitish More, Abhay Vishukaram) beat Bipin Virar Camp 0. Individual Prizes Player of the tournament: Kumar Rathod (BMC). Best players from teams: Kasa Prajapati (Churchgate), Raju Chohan (Colaba), Sunil Rathod (BMC), Yash Tak (Ulhasnagar-Ambernath), Shubham Shinde (Kandavili), Preet (Virar), Yash Mistry (Andheri).
Bipin BMC Camp lift football tourney cup - The Asian Age
2018-01-02Bipin BMC Camp lift Bipin Football tourney - Mumbai Live
Bipin BMC Camp Lift Bipin Football Tourney Kumar Rathod was the star campaigner for the Bipin BMC Camp as he struck a brace to end all hopes for the Bipin Ulhasnagar
Bipin BMC Camp lift Bipin Football tourney - Mumbai Live
2018-01-02Century Rayon employees delegation met UMC commissioner demanding change in recently passed DP - Times of India
Century Rayon employees delegation met UMC commissioner demanding change in recently passed DP Jan 2, 2018, 19:56 IST ULHASNAGAR: Century Rayon employees took out a huge delegation to the UMC (Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation) and submitted a memorandum to Commissioner to protest against certain proposals in the latest passed DP (Development Plan). Senior officials of the company during meeting with Rajendra Nimbalkar, commissioner of UMC and Mayor Meena Ailani stated that the proposal in the plan to develop a 24 meter road from the Material Gate linking Century Club through the factory premises would amount to huge damage and will result in closing down of the factory, thus denying the livelihood of more than twenty thousand people. It was also claimed that this road will not serve any major public interest and would only serve to benefit certain interested groups. The company also clarified that in case the road was absolutely essential, then it could be considered through an adjacent locality which is lying unutilized. Century Rayon has been in existence for more than sixty years and has been a major source of employment for the population of Ulhasnagar city. Anil Vyas, Public relation officer of Century Rayon said, "Any damage to the prospects of the Company will have very long lasting effects on the people of Ulhasnagar. The Company was of the view that all sections of Ulhasnagar should be seriously concerned with this proposal in the plan and requested all elected representatives to do their utmost to remove this road from the DP so as to save the people of Ulhasnagar of their livelihood".
Century Rayon employees delegation met UMC commissioner demanding change in recently passed DP - Times of India
2018-01-02Dalit protests in Mumbai, trains halted after Bhima Koregaon violence - Hindustan Times
Dalit protests in Mumbai, trains halted after Bhima Koregaon violence Angry protesters step out in Chembur, Ghatkopar, Powai, Thane on Tuesday; block roads, damage BEST bus, stage rail roko Updated: Jan 02, 2018 17:02 IST Violent protests erupted in several parts of Mumbai and Thane, with protesters damaging buses, blocking roads, staging rail rokos and forcing shops to shut down on Tuesday, a day after a 28-year-old Dalit died in Pune district following an altercation between two groups during celebrations to mark the bicentenary of a British-Peshwa war. Protests broke out in the suburbs of Ghatkopar, Chembur, Powai, Mulund and Thane, after activists from the Republican Party of India (RPI) and their followers stepped out in large numbers to object to the death of Sanaswadi resident Rahul Phatangale, who succumbed to head injuries on Monday, police officials said. As tension built, many shopkeepers downed their shutters in Ramabai Nagar in Ghatkopar, Chembur and Mulund. Angry protesters damaged a bus near Chembur golf course, blocked roads at PL Lokhande Marg and Amar Mahal junction in Chembur and in Adarsh Nagar at Govandi, while RPI workers staged a rail roko at Chembur station, blocking a local train at 11.45am for around 25 minutes.As a result, harbour line services are running late. “Some RPI workers refused to move off the tracks. Services resumed only after they left,” said an official from the Railway protection Force, who did not wish to be named. The agitation also led to traffic snarls on the Eastern Express Highway, at Ghatkopar.In Thane, hundreds of RPI activists staged rasta rokos in several parts of the city. Protesters damaged a civic bus at Wagle Estate, shops were shut forcibly, and a rail roko was held. As a result, localities such as Wagle Estate, Kopri, Vartak Nagar, Manpada and Cadbury junction in Thane remained tense. Many shopkeepers also shut shops voluntarily to avoid incurring damages.Abhishekh Trimukhe, DCP (crime), Thane, said: “Three to four protesters smashed a bus in Wagle Estate in the afternoon. Shops were closed in several parts of the city, so we are checking if they were shut forcibly or they closed voluntarily. Protests were also seen in Manpada area of Dombivli, Ulhasnagar and Kalyan.”“Don’t believe in rumours. Traffic on the Eastern Express Highway was affected due to the protests, but it’s moving now. Traffic at Chembur Naka is still affected. There is nothing to panic. Verify facts with police officers and men before posting anything on social media,” the Mumbai police tweeted.The Mumbai police maintained that the situation is under control.”Shops were not closed forcibly in Mulund. People who took part in the agitation requested shopkeepers to close their shops. The situation is under control,” said Shripad Kale, senior police inspector, Mulund police station. On Monday, one person died and four were injured after violence broke out in Bhima Koregaon in Pune district, near the memorial of an 1818 war between the British and the Peshwas.Thousands of Dalits gather at Bhima Koregaon every year to mark the anniversary of the war between the British, who had several Dalit soldiers in their regiment, and the Peshwas, then rulers of parts of Maharashtra.The Dalit community believes that the British won the war and that Dalit soldiers played a key role in defeating the Peshwas, who were said to have instituted oppressive caste practices. Celebrations gathered momentum in 1927 after BR Ambedkar visited the site.
Dalit protests in Mumbai, trains halted after Bhima Koregaon violence - Hindustan Times
2018-01-02Sagaya, Kajal named top seeds - The Hindu
Sagaya, Kajal named top seeds JANUARY 02, 2018 00:00 IST UPDATED: JANUARY 02, 2018 05:01 IST Sagaya Bharathi (Tamil Nadu) and Kajal Kumari (PSPB) were given top billing in the men’s and women’s sections respectively in the LIC-sponsored 24th All India Federation Cup carrom tournament Shivdayal Yadav (Uttar Pradesh) and Mamta Kumari (Bihar) named top seeds in the sub-junior boys and girls events at the 44th sub-junior Nationals inter-State carrom championships. Both events will be played from January 2 to 5. St. Anthony’s downs Thakur College Shillong’s St. Anthony’s HSS won the final group match, beating Thakur College of Science and Commerce, Kandivali, 3-0 in the boys’ category of the Reliance Foundation Youth Sports National football championship at the Reliance Corporate Park, Ghansoli. Striker Mewanpynshngain Syntiew scored twice and midfielder James Ryntong netted in injury time. The results (league): St Anthony’s HS, Shilong 3 (Mewanpynshngain Syntiew 2, James Ryntong) bt Thakur College. Bipin BMC Camp triumphs Bipin BMC Camp won the Bipin Football Academy’s 31st annual inter-centre football tournament, beating Bipin Ulhasnagar-Ambernath Camp 2-0 in a hard-fought final at the Karnatak Sporting Association ground. Kumar Rathod was the star performer with two goals. He bagged the player of the tournament award. The results: Final: Bipin BMC Camp 2 (Kiran Rathod 2) bt Bipin Ulhasnagar-Ambernath Camp 0. Semifinals: Bipin BMC Camp 4 (Sunil Rathod, Santu Prajpati, Sijal Singh, Viju Singh) bt Bipin Churchgate Camp 3 (Kasa Prajapati, Hafiz Khan, Ahnawa Shinde) via tie breaker; Bipin Ulhasnagar-Ambernath 1 (Nitish More) bt Bipin Colaba Camp 0. League: Colaba 3 (Amrit Semwal 2, Mukesh Rathod) bt Andheri 0; Kandivili 0 drew with BMC 0; Churchgate 1 (Aharva Shinde) bt Kalyan 0; Ulhasnagar-Ambernath 2 (Nitish More, Abhay Vishukarma) bt Virar.
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2018-01-02Bipin BMC Camp supreme - Free Press Journal
Bipin BMC Camp supreme Jan 02, 2018 12:12 am Mumbai : Bipin BMC Camp won the Bipin Football Academy 31st Annual Inter-Centre Football Tournament 2017 after they edged out Bipin Ulhasnagar-Ambernath Camp 2-0 in a hard-fought encounter in the finals held at the Karnatak Sporting Association ground on Sunday. Kumar Rathod was the star campaigner for the Bipin BMC Camp as he struck a brace to end hopes for the Bipin Ulhasnagar-Ambernath Camp as they were unable to make a comeback. Kumar Rathod also bagged the player of the tournament award. The prizes were given away by Pramod Sail, Asst Comm, Mumbai Police and former Maharashtra football player, U Banerjee, Gen. Sec. MDFA, Jaya Shetty, Jt. Sec. Karnatak Sporting Association.The Bipin BMC Camp were the surprise outfit this year as they rose from their ranks to win the tournament after a goalless draw with Kandivili earlier in the day and then sailed through to the finals after getting the better-off Churchgate in the semi-finals via a tie breaker. In the other semifinal, Bipin Ulhasnagar-Ambernath Camp overcame Bipin Churchgate Camp by a lone goal through Nitish More to sail through the final. Results: Bipin BMC Camp 2 (Kiran Rathod) beat Bipin Ulhasnagar-Ambernath Camp 0. Semifinal 1 – Bipin BMC Camp 4 (Sunil Rathod, Santu Prajpati, Sijal Singh, Viju Singh) beat Bipin Churchgate Camp 3 (Kasa Prajapati, Hafiz Khan, Ahnawa Shinde) via tie breaker. Semifinal 2 – Bipin Ulhasnagar-Ambernath 1 (Nitish More) beat Bipin Churchgate Camp 0. League matches: Bipin Colaba Camp 3 (Amrit Semwal 2, Mukesh Rathod) beat Bipin Andheri Camp 0. Bipin Kandivili Camp 0 drew with Bipin BMC Camp 0, Bipin Churchgate Camp 1 (Aharva Shinde) beat Bipin Kalyan Camp 0. Bipin Ulhasnagar-Ambernath Camp 2 (Nitish More, Abhay Vishukaram) beat Bipin Virar Camp 0. Individual Prizes Player of the tournament: Kumar Rathod (BMC). Best players from teams: Kasa Prajapati (Churchgate), Raju Chohan (Colaba), Sunil Rathod (BMC), Yash Tak (Ulhasnagar-Ambernath), Shubham Shinde (Kandivili), Preet (Virar), Yash Mistry (Andheri).

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