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2020-01-31This black business was running under cover of video parlor, police raided and... - News Track English
This black business was running under cover of video parlor, police raided and... By Vinod Rathore Jan 31 2020 01:37 PM Crime Ulhasnagar: In the city of Ulhasnagar, Maharashtra, under the guise of video parlors, gambling bases are running and the young generation is ruining their future by going to such gambling bases. Meanwhile, news has been received that the intermediary police has raided a similar video parlor (Pingpang) and arrested 15 people, including the parlor owner from there. Young man takes disabled girl to house on pretext of getting pension and then... According to the information received, the intermediary police raided the place after receiving the information of running video parlor (Pingpang) next to Ulhasnagar 3, Police arrested 14 boys who were gambling, including parlor owner Ajay Ayodhya Prasad. 20 to 25 video parlors are being operated in the city, where mainly the younger generation plays gambling. Millions of rupees are being gambled here every day. Due to doubt on wife, husband murdered her while sitting in Dubai Alam is that the boys commit criminal incidents when they are lost in gambling, even playing in a video parlor (Pingpang) by lying to their family or stealing their money. If sources are to be believed, liquor is served in the video parlor. The younger generation is ruining their future by leaving work and studies and sitting at such gambling bases from morning to night. Wife murdered husband with mobile charger cord Ulhasnagar: In the city of Ulhasnagar, Maharashtra, under the guise of video parlors, gambling bases are running and the young generation is ruining their future by going to such gambling bases. Meanwhile, news has been received that the intermediary police has raided a similar video parlor (Pingpang) and arrested 15 people, including the parlor owner from there. According to the information received, the intermediary police raided the place after receiving the information of running video parlor (Pingpang) next to Ulhasnagar 3, Police arrested 14 boys who were gambling, including parlor owner Ajay Ayodhya Prasad. 20 to 25 video parlors are being operated in the city, where mainly the younger generation plays gambling. Millions of rupees are being gambled here every day. Alam is that the boys commit criminal incidents when they are lost in gambling, even playing in a video parlor (Pingpang) by lying to their family or stealing their money. If sources are to be believed, liquor is served in the video parlor. The younger generation is ruining their future by leaving work and studies and sitting at such gambling bases from morning to night. 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2020-01-30Stuck in Chad since 2017, Ulhasnagar man returns today - Mumbai Mirror
Stuck in Chad since 2017, Ulhasnagar man returns todayYou are in an offline modeStuck in Chad since 2017, Ulhasnagar man returns todayBy Satish Nandgaonkar and Chaitanya MarpakwarSatish Nandgaonkar and Chaitanya Marpakwar, Mumbai Mirror | Updated: Jan 30, 2020, 06:15 ISTPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeShareManish Thakkar, 29, spent more than a year in jail in the African country, was almost sent to a desert prison meant for Boko Haram fighters, and survived an attack by rebels that killed 13; his saviour is a Chad national who studied in Pune. An Ulhasnagar resident who spent more than a year in a jail in Chad for theft and has been stuck in the African country since his release in September 2017, was scheduled to land in Mumbai at 7 am today. For Manish Thakkar, now 29, it marks the end of an ordeal in which he almost ended up in a desert jail meant for captured Boko Haram fighters, survived an attack by rebels on a prisoner convoy, and was given shelter by a family in Chad for over two years. Thakkar’s return to India, on Ethiopian Airlines flight ET 610 from Addis Ababa, will also mark a happy reunion for two improbable friends. Hassane Abdallah Abdou, a Chad national who studied in Pune, will be at the airport to receive him. Abdou is the man who got Thakkar out of jail, and whose family he lived with when he was stuck in Chad. “We have planned a surprise for Manish’s family, who are not aware that he is coming back,” Abdou told Mirror. The eldest of three sons of Dilip Thakkar, who works at a sweets shop in Ulhasnagar, Manish was just 24 when he left for Cameroon in July 2014 after an agent told him that instead of making Rs 15,000 a month in Mumbai, he could earn Rs 27,000 a month to start with in Cameroon, and within a year could be making as much a Rs 1 lakh a month. Thakkar, an accountant, joined an African company that deals in food imports and has a presence in Cameroon, Chad and Nigeria. After he had worked for four or five months in Cameroon, the company sent him to Chad, promising to double his salary. “However, instead of doing so, they did not pay me anything for 19 months. Whenever I asked them about this, they said I would get the full amount when I finished my stint and returned to India,” said Thakkar. (L) Thakkar in Chad, days before his return; (R) Thakkar with Abdou, who calls him his brother Helpless and with no one to turn to, Thakkar said he calculated that he would have earned Rs 9.5 lakh in 19 months, at Rs 50,000 a month, and transferred this amount from the company’s account via Western Union to his mother Vandana in Mumbai. When the company realised that the money has been misappropriated, it filed a case of theft against him, which led to his arrest in May 2016. “They insisted that I sign documents saying I owed them Rs 50 lakh, which I refused to sign. I was sentenced to seven years in jail. They warned that if I didn’t sign the papers, I would be sent to the Koro Toro jail in the desert,” Thakkar said. In April 2017, after spending a few months in a jail near Chad's capital city N'Djamena, Thakkar was set to be transferred to the Koro Toro jail, a notorious, high-security jail where the Chad government imprisons captured Boko Haram fighters and members of other armed groups. However, the convoy transporting him and other prisoners came under attack by rebels and 13 people, including an army general, were killed. “I was fortunate to survive. The rebels put a gun to my head but on learning that I am an Indian national they allowed me to go,” said Thakkar, who was then transferred to another jail. Hassane Abdallah Abdou with Thakkar's family in Ulhasnagar Thakkar said he met Abdou, a Chad national who completed his Master of Computer Applications degree from Pune University in 2015, when Abdou returned to Chad for a holiday. “I could see that Manish was a good person and was thrown in jail for trying to take what he believed was rightfully his. So I decided to help him,” said Abdou. Together with Thakkar’s lawyer Adoum Moussa, and Adam Idriss, the president of a Chad cultural foundation, Abdou finally managed to get him released from jail by furnishing guarantee bonds on September 28, 2017. Still, it would be two more years before Thakkar returned to India. Dilip Thakkar, his 52-year-old father, said, “We submitted complaints to Sushma Swaraj but it was of no use. We even offered to pay the company Rs 9.5 lakh to free my son but they refused. They wanted to punish him, and refused to return his passport.” In December 2019, Thakkar managed to get in touch with an NGO, and with Ameet Satam, a BJP MLA from Andheri. Satam advised him to tweet External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar, which he did on December 29. The tweets triggered action from the Indian High Commission in Abuja, Nigeria, which organised the requisite clearances for Thakkar to leave Chad. His employer had lost his passport and he required an emergency travel certificate to clear immigration. During this time, Thakkar lived with Abdou’s family and learnt to speak Arabic and French, the country’s two official languages. Abdou told Mirror, “When I was studying in Pune, my Indian friends helped me a lot. Manish is like my little brother now and a part of my family. I just want to say that there are good people and bad people in this world. We were lucky that we found some good people in Chad who helped with his release.” We make luxury vacations extremely affordable. Join Now!Rosetta by FernsHurry Up! 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2020-01-30Central Railway's first AC EMU trains to be flagged off today - Mid-day
Central Railway's first air-conditioned EMU local train will run on Thursday, January 30. It will be flagged off from Panvel with Minister of State for Railways Suresh Angadi on video conference at CSMT. Angadi will also be inaugurating a host of other passenger amenities. mid-day had highlighted in its January 4 issue that a number of AC trains had arrived in the city and the railways were unable to take a decision about them. The train will be flagged off on Thursday afternoon from Panvel and will terminate at Thane. The inaugural train will be driven by motor woman Manisha Mhaske. It will run as a regular train from January 31 with 16 trips on weekdays from Monday to Friday. On Saturdays, the non-AC regular train will run and on Sundays/holidays the AC services will not be available as per the scheduled time-table. Fixed at the height of 4,270 mm as compared to the 4,283 mm of the ones on Western Railway, the train has been customised for Central Railway, which has a large number of low-hanging bridges. There are plans to get six AC local trains by March 2020 that will be introduced on the mainline between Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus (CSMT) and Kalyan and on the harbour line between CSMT and Panvel railway stations. Here's its official timetable in effect from 31.1.2020 Sr Train No. Train Code Departure Arrival   No. Station Timings Hrs Station Timings Hrs 1 99008 TPL-8 Panvel 5.44 Thane 6.36 2 99205 TNU-5 Thane 6.46 Nerul 7.16 3 99206 TNU-6 Nerul 7.29 Thane 8 4 99417 TV-17 Thane 8.08 Vashi 8.37 5 99422 TV-22 Vashi 8.45 Thane 9.14 6 99219 TNU-19 Thane 9.19 Nerul 9.49 7 99220 TNU-20 Nerul 9.57 Thane 10.27 8 99101 TBR-1 Thane 10.4 Belapur 11.19 9 99044 TPL-44 Panvel 16.14 Thane 17.08 10 99265 TNU-65 Thane 17.16 Nerul 17.46 11 99266 TNU-66 Nerul 17.54 Thane 18.24 12 99251 TNU-51 Thane 18.29 Nerul 18.59 13 99252 TNU-52 Nerul 19.08 Thane 19.38 14 99047 TPL-47 Thane 19.49 Panvel 20.41 15 99062 TPL-62 Panvel 20.52 Thane 21.46 16 99057 TPL-57 Thane 21.54 Panvel 22.46 On Saturdays above services will run with Non-AC regular train and on Sundays/Holidays the above services will not be available as per schedule Time-Table. Salient Features of AC local Air conditioning system for passenger & driver. 2 X 15 ton capacity roof mounted package units (RMPU) for air conditioning in each coach. Air Spring Suspension: For excellent ride comfort and to sustain Super Dense Crush Loads of Suburban traffic, the EMU rake is provided with secondary air suspension with two air bellows, provided on each bogie. Passenger Address & Passenger Information system (PAPIS) :is a GPS based information system for passenger with intercom facility. Through this system, facility of passenger information, driver-guard communication through intercom, driver/guard to passenger communication through ETU, train radio.  In Coach Display in each coach: There are two sided display and two double sided display in each coach.  Head Code Display: LED based Head Code display in ENGLISH & HINDI with handicap and ladies coach position is provided in front of both driving trailer coaches.  LED Based Coach identification system for Alarm chain pulling & Door malfunctioning.  Ergonomically designed stainless steel passenger seats. Wide and large double-glass sealed windows to offer panoramic view outside. Vestibule design: Air tight gangways (Vestibules) in all trailer coaches and through vestibule available for 6 coaches each. LED based lighting for better illumination and energy conservation. Spacious and robust stainless coaches with straight side walls. Aluminum extruded modular luggage racks with poly carbonate transparent glass at bottom. Aerodynamic nose cone driving cab. Safety Features AC local for Passengers Electrically operated Automatic Door closure system: Traction is interlocked with door closure. In case of any of the doors in the rake is not getting closed, traction is blocked by TCMS. Passenger Alarm System: In case of ACP, emergency bell work in both driving cab. Each coach is provided with an indication light on both sides of the coach. These lights are integrated with Alarm chain pulling system. Whenever chain pulling takes place in coaches these lights will glow giving an exact indication to the platform staff for attending emergency. Emergency Talk Back (ETU) is a part of PAPIS, provided for communication between passenger, Guard and Motorman in emergency. In case when the train is standstill, there is also a manual door opening system in each coach that can be accessed. In addition to AC train, the following passenger amenities will also be formally dedicated for passenger use:  Foot Over Bridges at Khardi, Asangaon, Vasind, Ambivli, Atgaon, Andheri-2, Nalasopara, Mumbai Central, Grant Road, Jogeshwari, Goregaon and Bandra stations. New Booking Offices at Ghatkopar and Kaman road stations Deluxe Toilets at Lokmanya Tilak terminus and Panvel stations Resurfacing of Platform at Chunabhatti and Kopar stations High Volume Low Speed (HVLS) Fans at Dadar and Byculla stations Solar Panel at Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus Mumbai Free Wi-Fi at Ulhasnagar, Ambernath, Bhivpuri Road, Vangani, Karjat, Palasdhari, Khopoli, Chinchpokali, Currey Road, Sion, Kopar, Mumbra, Khadavli, Vasind, Mansarovar, Khandeshwar, Airoli, Mohape, Taloja and Bhivandi Road stations  IP Based LED Indicators at Dadar and Thane stations Catch up on all the latest Crime, National, International and Hatke news here. 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2020-01-30Project-hit in elevated rail project to get permanent home: Shinde - Hindustan Times
2020-01-30Two arrested from Ulhasnagar for card fraud - Hindustan Times
2020-01-30Kalyan: Biker, woman killed in 2 road mishaps - Times of India
Kalyan: Biker, woman killed in road mishap casesKalyan: Biker, woman killed in 2 road mishapsTNN | Updated: Jan 30, 2020, 19:50 ISTRepresentative imageKALYAN: A 19-year-old biker died while two pillion riders were injured after a speeding autorickshaw driver hit the two-wheeler near Kalyan on Wednesday. The deceased has been identified as Rohan Rathod. The injured, Aditya Parad, 18 and a minor boy, have been admitted to hospital. Autorickshaw driver Fareed Qazi (33) has been booked. Police said Rathod and the minor have multiple cases of mobile snatching against them. In another road mishap case in Ulhasnagar, Jaya Changlani, 47, who was riding pillion with her husband, died after an unidentified dumper driver hit the bike from the rear and fled. tnn Download The Times of India News App for Latest City News.more from times of india citiesDelhi news todayMumbai RainsBangalore RainsDelhi EarthquakeChennai RainsOdisha Elections 2019Delhi PollutionMumbai FloodsAP Elections 2019Trending TopicsNarendra ModiIND vs NZ 3rd T20Jamia Protest TodayCoronavirus in IndiaEuropean UnionDelhi election newsBudget 2020 DateCoronavirus KeralaNirbhaya CaseNEET PG 2020 ResultLATEST VIDEOSCityOn cam: Gun-wielding man opens fire at protesters in Jamia Meet Kerala's first Muslim woman mahout Shabna Sulaiman Rajasthan: Farmer's suicide bid 'prank' video goes viral First case of coronavirus confirmed in India; Kerala student tested positive More from TOIOrange seller gets Padma Shri AwardHow to make a perfect, fluffy omeletteSmart TVs with incredible built-in soundDrive stress-free with these top Digital Car Tyre InflatorsNavbharat TimesFeatured Today in TravelQuick LinksDelhi Election dateDelhi assembly elections 2020Shiv SenaMumbai floodsMamata BanerjeePriyanka GandhiChandrababu NaiduAditya ThackerayMadras High CourtTejashwi YadavFire in MumbaiTejasvi SuryaPawan KalyanArvind KejriwalYogi AdityanathSrinagar encounterGet the appTrending Now in CitiesVaranasi newsShimla newsSrinagar newsPatna newsMeerut newsMadurai newsLucknow newsKanpur newsJammu newsJaipur newsGhaziabad newsFaridabad newsOther Times Group news sitesThe Economic TimesMumbai MirrorIGN IndiaHindi Economic TimesTimes NowI am GujaratPune MirrorTamil SamayamBangalore MirrorMaharashtra TimesTelugu SamayamAhmedabad MirrorGo GreenMiss KyraItsMyAscentNavbharat TimesEducation TimesFILMIPOP HindiBrand CapitalEisamayIndiatimesGujarati Economic TimesVijaya KarnatakaMalayalam SamayamTimes FoodGames AppMX PlayerTimesPointsLiving and entertainmentiDivaMensXP.comFeminaETimesGraziaZoomTravel DestinationsBombay TimesCricbuzz.comFilmfareOnline SongsTVLife & Style Longwalks AppNewspaper SubscriptionFood NewsTimes PrimeWhats Hottop trendsNarendra ModiIND vs NZ 3rd T20Jamia Protest TodayCoronavirus in IndiaEuropean UnionDelhi election newsBudget 2020 DateCoronavirus KeralaNirbhaya CaseNEET PG 2020 ResultBank StrikeBudget 2020What is CoronavirusVirat KohliUnion BudgetDelhi electionIPL 2020 Players ListHoroscope todayservicesAds 2 BookBank Exam AppET Money Finance AppCouponDuniaDineoutMagicbricksTechgigTimes JobsBollywood NewsTimes MobileBuy CarRemit 2 IndiaTC NextBikes in IndiaUsed CarsAstro SpeakGadgets NowCareersColombiaPopular CategoriesHeadlinesSports NewsBusiness NewsIndia NewsWorld NewsBollywood NewsHealth & Fitness TipsIndian TV ShowsCelebrity Photoshot on the webTollywood BiopicsAsim Riaz's BrotherParineeti ChopraAryan Parties HardSaif Opens UPVicky KaushalSara Pens a Heartfelt NoteBigg Boss 13Ranveer SinghTrending topicsIleana DcruzTanaji Box OfficeSuperstar RajinikanthAlia to DeepikaAjay Devgn LooksDeepika ReactsAkshay with Bear GryllsKareena RevealsSara to AliaWeight Loss StoryJawaani Jaaneman ReviewTanhaji Box OfficeRealme C Series PhoneSamsung Tab S6 5GNew Emojis for iPhoneRealme C3 LaunchPoco to RealmeAmazon App Quiz AnswersFollow us onfacebooktwitterrss feedyoutubedownload toi appandroidiphoneBlackBerryipadwindows phoneText resize:aaaAbout us Create Your Own Ad Terms of Use and Grievance Redressal Policy Privacy policy Advertise with us RSS Sitemap Archives Copyright © 2019 Bennett, Coleman & Co. Ltd. All rights reserved. For reprint rights: Times Syndication Service
2020-01-29Two arrested from Ulhasnagar for card fraud - Hindustan Times
2020-01-29Bharat bandh: train held up at Kanjurmarg, 52 arrested - The Hindu
Bharat bandh: train held up at Kanjurmarg, 52 arrested Share On Cities Bengaluru Chennai Coimbatore Delhi Hyderabad Kochi Kolkata Mumbai Kozhikode Madurai Mangaluru Puducherry Thiruvananthapuram Tiruchirapalli Vijayawada Visakhapatnam Bengaluru Chennai Coimbatore Delhi Hyderabad Kochi Kolkata Mumbai Kozhikode Madurai Mangaluru Puducherry Thiruvananthapuram Tiruchirapalli Vijayawada Visakhapatnam Data | The wide, rapid spread of the novel coronavirus News Cities Mumbai Mumbai Bharat bandh: train held up at Kanjurmarg, 52 arrested Ajeet Mahale Mumbai, January 30, 2020 01:10 IST Updated: January 30, 2020 01:15 IST Share Article PRINT A A A Refusing to budge: Protesters blocking the tracks as part of the Bharat bandh against the CAA and the NRC, at Kanjurmarg station on Wednesday.   Ajeet Mahale Mumbai, January 30, 2020 01:10 IST Updated: January 30, 2020 01:15 IST more-in Citizenship Amendment Act 22 slow locals cancelled; 30-minute delay on Central Line in morning peak hours Nearly 60 people held up a local train at Kanjurmarg station for around 15 minutes on Wednesday as part of the Bharat bandh declared by the Bahujan Kranti Morcha against the Citizenship Amendment Act and the National Register of Citizens. Around 52 people, including 13 women, participating in the rail roko were arrested. According to Government Railway Police (GRP) officials, the protesters climbed down on the tracks around 8 a.m. and detained a slow local bound for Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus. Angry commuters who were stuck at Kanjurmarg clashed with the protesters. The agitators raised slogans and waved the national flag.The GRP arrested the protesters and charged them under sections pertaining to unlawful assembly and wrongful restraint of the Indian Penal Code and Section 147(a) (obstructing the running of a train) of the Indian Railways Act. Handcarts were off the road at Bhendi Bazaar during Bharat bandh on Wednesday.   Officials from the Railway Protection Force (RPF) said they sent reinforcements from Ghatkopar station to manage the protesters. “The agitators had hidden their flags while entering the stations and around 20 of them had come to Kanjurmarg by train. We had deployed additional manpower at Thane station in anticipation of a similar incident,” an RPF official said. Nearly 22 slow services had to be cancelled due to the rail roko and trains on the Central Line in the morning peak hours ran nearly 30 minutes late. The rail roko was the only major law and order incident during the bandh in the city. Police officials said there was a minor incident of protesters not allowing autorickshaws on the east side of Bandra station. Mumbai Police spokesperson, DCP Pranay Ashok, said all police stations across the city had deployed additional personnel but there was no law and order incident reported anywhere.In Palghar, protesters tried to block the Mumbai-Ahmedabad highway near Vasai. In Thane district, impact of the shutdown call was felt mainly in Bhiwandi, Mumbra and Ulhasnagar.Shops and offices remained closed in Muslim-dominated areas in Dongri, Byculla, Nagpada, Mahim, Bandra-Behrampada, Kurla Pipe Road, Kasaiwada, Andheri, Jogeshwari, Malad-Malwani and Vikhroli in Mumbai city, the police said.(With PTI inputs) You have reached your limit for free articles this month. Register to The Hindu for free and get unlimited access for 30 days. Subscribe Now Already have an account ? Sign in Sign up for a 30-day free trial. Sign Up Subscription Benefits Include Today's Paper Find mobile-friendly version of articles from the day's newspaper in one easy-to-read list. Unlimited Access Enjoy reading as many articles as you wish without any limitations. Personalised recommendations A select list of articles that match your interests and tastes. Faster pages Move smoothly between articles as our pages load instantly. 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2020-01-29Maha: Clash during Bharat Bandh in Dhule - Devdiscourse
Maha: Clash during Bharat Bandh in Dhule PTI | Mumbai | Updated: 29-01-2020 19:00 IST | Created: 29-01-2020 19:00 IST Two groups clashed during a `Bharat Bandh' against the Citizenship (Amendment) Act (CAA) in north Maharashtra's Dhule district on Wednesday, while sporadic violence was also reported in Yavatmal, Aurangabad and some other places. The police fired four rounds in the air and lobbed six tear gas shells to disperse a violent mob in Dhule, an official said. The incident took place on Hundred Feet Road in the limits of the Chalisgaon Road police station on Wednesday afternoon during a rally against the CAA and the proposed National Register of Citizens (NRC). A large number of Muslims participated in the rally, the police officer said. A group from the Hindu community also gathered at the spot and started shouting slogans in support of the CAA and NRC, which was followed by a clash and stone-pelting from both sides, the officer added. To disperse the mob, police fired four rounds in the air and lobbed six teargas shells, he said. The situation was under control and police personnel have been deployed in large numbers in the area, he added. Besides Dhule, there were incidents of `Rail Roko' (blockade on railway tracks) at Balapur in Akola district and stone-pelting in Washim and Yawatmal districts of the state, the police said. At Yavatmal, police used baton-charge to disperse the mob after two groups clashed. In Aurangabad district, a civic-run bus was pelted with stones at Harsul while a state transport bus was attacked near Himayatbag. In Palghar near Mumbai, ten persons were detained for trying to enforce the shut-down. Protesters also tried to block the Mumbai-Ahmedabad highway near Vasai. In Thane district, impact of the shut-down call was felt mainly in Bhiwandi, Mumbra and Ulhasnagar. At Ulhasnagar, the police detained some persons for trying to take out a protest march in defiance of prohibitory orders. The suburban train traffic in Thane district was not affected, the police said. Multiple organisations, including Bahujan Kranti Morcha, had called for Bharat Bandh in protest against the recently passed CAA and the proposed NRC.. (This story has not been edited by Devdiscourse staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.) Download The Devdiscourse News App for Latest News. 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2020-01-2919-year-old youth driving triple seat died after speeding auto hit motorcycle - Times of India
19-year-old youth driving triple seat died after speeding auto hit motorcycle19-year-old youth driving triple seat died after speeding auto hit motorcyclePradeep Gupta | TNN | Jan 29, 2020, 21:18 ISTRepresentative ImageKALYAN: A 19-year-old youth driving triple seat motorcycle died while other 2 including a minor got seriously injured after speeding autorickshaw driver dashed him near Kalyan on Wednesday afternoon. The deceased have been identified as Rohan Rathod. The other 2 injured are Aditya Parad, 18 and Satish,16 (name changed to prevent identity due to minor). Parad and Satish are admitted at Sion hospital in Mumbai where their treatment is on. The incident took place on Wednesday afternoon when trio on triple seat were coming to Kalyan side from Ambivli to fill petrol in motorcycle. The bike was driven by Rathod when a speeding autorickshaw run by Fareed Qazi (33) dashed the motorcycle from opposite direction in which Rathod who suffered serious injuries died on spot while other 2 pillion riders got seriously injured. Police said that deceased Rathod and the minor who is injured have multiple mobile snatching cases registered against them. Following the incident, the Khadakpada police have booked Qazi who was driving speeding auto under negligence causing death case and probe is on. In another case in Ulhasnagar, a 47-year-old Jaya Changlani who was pillion rider with her husband Prakash (50) died after an unidentified dumper dashed them from behind and fled from spot. 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2020-01-29Central Railway to operate first AC local on Thane- Vashi-Panvel Trans-Harbour route from January 31 - Mumbai Mirror
Central Railway to operate first AC local on Thane- Vashi-Panvel Trans-Harbour route from January 31You are in an offline modeCentral Railway to operate first AC local on Thane- Vashi-Panvel Trans-Harbour route from January 31Mirror Online | Updated: Jan 29, 2020, 22:13 ISTPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeShareCentral Railway's first air conditioned local trainCentral Railway’s (CR) first air-conditioned (AC) local will have its inaugural run on Thursday and regular operations will begin from January 31. Suresh Angadi, Minister of State for Railways will flag off the inaugural run of first-ever Air-conditioned Suburban Train of Central Railway on Thane-Vashi-Panvel Trans-Harbour line (through Video link). Salient Features of AC local · Air conditioning system for passenger and driver. 2 X 15 ton capacity roof mounted package units (RMPU) for air conditioning in each coach. · Air Spring Suspension: For ride comfort and to sustain Super Dense Crush Loads of Suburban traffic, the EMU rake is provided with secondary air suspension with two air bellows, provided on each bogie. · Passenger Address and Passenger Information system (PAPIS) :is a GPS based information system for passenger with intercom facility. Through this system, facility of passenger information, driver-guard communication through intercom, driver/guard to passenger communication through ETU, train radio. · In Coach Display in each coach: There are two sided display and two double sided display in each coach. · Head Code Display: LED based Head Code display in ENGLISH & HINDI with handicap and ladies coach position is provided in front of both driving trailer coaches. · LED Based Coach identification system for Alarm chain pulling & Door malfunctioning. · Ergonomically designed stainless steel passenger seats. · Wide and large double-glass sealed windows to offer panoramic view outside. · Vestibule design: Air tight gangways (Vestibules) in all trailer coaches and through vestibule available for 6 coaches each. · LED based lighting for better illumination and energy conservation. · Spacious and robust stainless coaches with straight side walls. · Aluminum extruded modular luggage racks with poly carbonate transparent glass at bottom. · Aerodynamic nose cone driving cab. First look of Central Railway's new AC local03:19 Safety Features AC local for Passengers · Electrically operated Automatic Door closure system: Traction is interlocked with door closure. In case of any of the doors in the rake is not getting closed, traction is blocked by TCMS. · Passenger Alarm System: In case of ACP, emergency bell work in both driving cab. Each coach is provided with an indication light on both sides of the coach. These lights are integrated with Alarm chain pulling system. Whenever chain pulling takes place in coaches these lights will glow giving an exact indication to the platform staff for attending emergency. · Emergency Talk Back (ETU) is a part of PAPIS, provided for communication between passenger, Guard and Motorman in emergency. · In case when the train is standstill, there is also a manual door opening system in each coach that can be accessed. A function is being held at Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus Mumbai on January 30 where the minister will dedicate various passenger amenities provided at stations on Central Railway and Western Railway, including: · Foot Over Bridges at Khardi, Asangaon, Vasind, Ambivli, Atgaon, Andheri-2, Nalasopara, Mumbai Central, Grant Road, Jogeshwari, Goregaon and Bandra stations. · New Booking Offices at Ghatkopar and Kaman road stations · Deluxe Toilets at Lokmanya Tilak Terminus and Panvel stations · Resurfacing of Platform at Chunabhatti and Kopar stations · High Volume Low Speed (HVLS) Fans at Dadar and Byculla stations · Solar Panel at Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus Mumbai · Free Wi-Fi at Ulhasnagar, Ambernath, Bhivpuri Road, Vangani, Karjat, Palasdhari, Khopoli, Chinchpokali, Currey Road, Sion, Kopar, Mumbra, Khadavli, Vasind, Mansarovar, Khandeshwar, Airoli, Mohape, Taloja and Bhivandi Road stations · IP Based LED Indicators at Dadar and Thane stations Currently, 262 non-AC services are running on the trans-harbour line, but from Friday 16 services ( 8 up and 8 down) will be replaced by air-conditioned services. According to a CR official due to several operational constraints it is not possible to introduce additional services in the present situation. The AC suburban local on Thane – Vashi-Panvel Trans-Harbour line will have 16 services daily. The details of regular services of AC local from 31.1.2020 are as under – . On Saturdays the services will run with Non-AC rake and on Sundays/Holidays, the services will not be available as per schedule Time-Table. Mumbai AC Local Train Ticket Fare Chart RELATED NEWSCentral Railway to tap MNC employees for its AC localJan 26, 2020More Central Railway passengers opting for first classJan 22, 2020Central Railway: Five trains get stuck at Khandala ghat; services res...Dec 10, 2019 We make luxury vacations extremely affordable. Join Now!Rosetta by FernsHurry Up! 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2020-01-29Clash, police firing in Dhule, train traffic disrupted in Mumbai - Daily Pioneer
Clash, police firing in Dhule, train traffic disrupted in Mumbai Thursday, 30 January 2020 | PTI | Dhule/Mumbai Share TT TT 0 Clash, police firing in Dhule, train traffic disrupted in Mumbai Thursday, 30 January 2020 | PTI | Dhule/Mumbai A ‘Bharat bandh’ called by some organisations against the Citizenship (Amendment) Act and proposed NRC saw a clash between two groups in Maharashtra’s Dhule on Wednesday, besides incidents of stone-pelting in a few districts and a train blockade in Mumbai. There were no reports of anyone getting injured during the sporadic violence. In north Maharashtra’s Dhule district, two groups clashed during a rally against the CAA and the National Register of Citizens (NRC). The incident took place on Hundred Feet Road in Chalisgaon Road police station limits during the rally where a large number of Muslims were present. A group from the Hindu community gathered at the spot and started shouting slogans in support of the CAA and NRC, which was followed by a clash and stone-pelting from both sides, a police officer said. To disperse the mob, police fired four rounds in the air and lobbed six teargas shells and brought the situation under control, he said. There were Rs Rail Roko’ (blockade on railway tracks) at Balapur in Akola district and incidents of stone-pelting in Washim and Yavatmal districts, the police said. At Yavatmal, police used baton-charge to disperse the mob after two groups clashed. In Aurangabad district, a civic-run bus was pelted with stones at Harsul while a state transport bus was attacked near Himayatbag. In Palghar near Mumbai, protesters tried to block the Mumbai-Ahmedabad highway near Vasai. In Thane district, impact of the shut-down call was felt mainly in Bhiwandi, Mumbra and Ulhasnagar. Multiple organisations, including Bahujan Kranti Morcha, had called for Bharat Bandh in protest against the recently passed CAA and the proposed NRC. In Mumbai, the country’s financial capital, at least 47 protesters were arrested during a Rail Roko at suburban Kanjurmarg railway station. At least 100 protesters gathered on the tracks around 8 in the morning, affecting suburban services of the Central Railway briefly, the Government Railway Police said. Shops and offices remained closed in Muslim-dominated areas in Dongri, Byculla, Nagpada, Mahim, Bandra-Behrampada, Kurla Pipe Road, Kasaiwada, Andheri, Jogeshwari, Malad-Malwani and Vikhroli in Mumbai city, the police said. The Bandh call failed to evoke much response in Pune city, barring few areas in the city where shops remained shut. At least 315 persons were detained for holding protests in areas such as Sarasbaug, Swargate, Golibar Maidan, Chandan Nagar, Yerwada, Kondhwa, Wanwadi, Deccan and Khadak. Public transport remained unaffected and schools and colleges remained open. In Pune Camp, Kondhwa and Bhavani Peth, some shops and commercial establishments downed their shutters. In Pune district, the bandh received good response in Baramati, Indapur and Daund tehsils as shops, markets and commercial establishments remained closed. “There was no report of any untoward incident,” said Sandip Patil, Superintendent of Police, Pune rural. In Solapur in western Maharashtra, the Bandh received a lukewarm response with shops remaining shut only in few areas of the city. At Walsang in Solapur district, a group of protesters tried to disrupt a weekly vegetable market, but relented after local traders and police informed them that veggies come for sale from far-off places. In Miraj town in Sangli district, an auto-rickshaw was vandalised after its driver refused to take part in the bandh. “We have detained two persons,” a local police officer said. 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2020-01-29Woman to pilot Central Railway's first AC local, hopes to run Rajdhani Express later - Times of India
Woman to pilot Central Railway's first AC local, hopes to run Rajdhani Express laterTop Searches:Uddhav ThackerayShiv SenaSanjay RautFire in MumbaiAjit PawarWoman to pilot Central Railway's first AC local, hopes to run Rajdhani Express laterManthank Mehta | TNN | Updated: Jan 29, 2020, 5:49 ISTManisha Mhaske worked as an assistant driver on a goods train after joining in 2002MUMBAI: Manisha Mhaske (45) is rapidly gaining speed in her career. Starting out as an assistant driver on a goods train, she graduated to suburban locals, and now hopes to be in the driver's seat of the Rajdhani. Mhaske will pilot the first AC train on Central Railway's trans-harbour corridor between Thane and Panvel when services begin on January 30. Sixteen services will run on the corridor, of which three each will be in morning and evening peak hours. Mhaske, who joined CR as an assistant driver in January 2002 has been piloting electrical multiple unit services since September 2019. "It is a privilege and big responsibility. I will cherish this moment forever," said Mhaske. Her career took off after a vocational course in electronics. Initially, she was not keen on the railway job when she was selected. "I was told to join duty in Solapur. I was not keen, but my elder brother pushed me," said Mhaske, who stays with her husband in Badlapur. Joining in 2002, she worked as an assistant driver on goods trains and later worked as a driver for a decade before being promoted as motorwoman. She is the only motorwoman to pilot a suburban train, even though there are two female seniors on the rota. CR's chief public relations officer Shivaji Sutar said, "She is an excellent driver with a superb track record. Mhaske has never been involved in incidents like jumping a red signal or overshooting a platform." Mhaske, who grew up in Ulhasnagar, said, "My ultimate aim is to pilot Rajdhani Express once I graduate to be a mail/express driver." On why a woman was chosen to pilot the train, Sutar said, "CR has always taken decisions to empower women. We got an all-woman TTE train. Matunga station, India's first woman-only station, is another shining example. Mhaske's piloting the train will inspire many other women to take up the profession." 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2020-01-28Mumbai school events: Excellence in education celebrated at Kharghar - Hindustan Times
2020-01-26The Tattoo on my Breast: Partition stories never pale - Free Press Journal
The Tattoo on my Breast: Partition stories never paleBy Carol AndradeBook: The Tattoo on my BreastAuthor: Ravi RaiPublisher: BloomsburyPages: 472; Price: Rs 599Those of us born on the cusp of Independence grew up familiar with a rather strange phenomenon. This was being brought face to face with a whole lot of very young people who acted far older than their ages and were a real puzzlement to us.It took us awhile to realise that, as victims of Partititon, these children and adolescents had absorbed a whole body of malign experience that we would, in all probability, never experience ourselves. Today, not many are living to recall first-hand that long trek to new lives. Sindhis, as a community have evolved into one of the most successful, sophisticated, cosmopolitan and visible and integrated among the Indian diaspora. They know what it is like to become both homeless and stateless and the older generation has passed on this determination never to be in the same position ever again. There is still a second-hand nostalgia, however, and if for nothing else but a hugely successful recreation of what life must have been for the seven lakh people of Sindh Province in undivided India, read this book. It is big, it is sprawling, it is vivid and it brings back the trauma of Partition vividly. Yet it is not just a book about Partition.Overall, this is a story and a rippingly good one. Spanning seven years, from Quit India in 1942, it begins in the almost idyllic Sukkur, a sort of village town in the northern part of the province. In a palatial marble mansion, three generations of a family of a wealthy Sindhi merchant wait for the return of the son of the patriarch from Jail where he has been for seven years.It ends in the refugee camps in Ulhasnagar in 1947, where most of the family has managed to reach, not without suffering dreadful loss and deprivation.In between there is the story of two communities, Hindu and Muslim, who lived literally cheek by jowl with one another for hundreds of years, sharing lives and plans and weddings, joys, sorrows and fears, in a richly embroidered crazy quilt of relationships that seem almost unbelievable in these sadly divided times.Mainly, it is the story of Gobind, the jailbird, whose return home reveals that few of the fault lines that caused his actions in the first place have been truly mended but merely papered over. Along with Sadhana, his rebellious daughter, who falls in love with her poor Muslim neighbour Rehman, his is the best delineated character, and the pivot for the plot. But this is not to say that the other characters are paper cutouts. That is what makes it a good read .If there is one thing that A Tattoo on my Breast suffers from, it is verbiage and a sometimes disconcerting turn to language and phraseology, leading to stilted and turgid expressions that jar. Sadhana has “dimples that ornated her smile”. Another character whom we meet fleetingly in the prologue, is a foreign implant who is told by a fortune teller in England that she will meet her soulmate “on the east of the English country, in the coastal regions of India”. Ordinarily, this would be enough to put me off completely, but somehow, the discerning reader is drawn back in again. It’s fine to skip swathes of conversation (another weakness), the story is the thing. That and a little more editing. As a tribute to Sindh which will never return again, it’s worth it.Weekend readsPartitionRavi RaiThe Tattoo on my BreastRecent StoriesLIVERepublic Day 2020 Parade Updates: President Kovind, PM Modi, arrive at Rajpath; parade beginsFour grenade explosions rock Assam on Republic DayDeath toll in China's coronavirus rises to 56, confirmed cases near 2000Jaish Kashmir chief Qari Yasir who supervised Pulwama attack killed in an encounter'Wishing everyone a happy Republic Day': PM Modi wishes nation on 71st Republic Day trending About UsCareersDisclaimerPrivacy PolicyContact UsAdvertise With UsRSSFree Press Journal | Powered by Quintype Follow us on Close Free Press Journal www.freepressjournal.in INSTALL APP
2020-01-25Three Branches Of Canara Bank Sealed Over Property Tax Dues - BloombergQuint
Three Branches Of Canara Bank Sealed Over Property Tax DuesPTI@PTI_NewsBookmarkJan 25 2020, 7:53 PMJan 25 2020, 7:53 PMJanuary 25 2020, 7:53 PMJanuary 25 2020, 7:53 PMThe Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation in Maharashtra's Thane district has sealed three branches of public sector lender Canara Bank for non-payment of property tax of Rs 2.75 crore, an official said.The bank, however, claimed that the action was taken even when the matter was before the court.The civic body's spokesperson Yuvraj Badhane said that corporation officials sealed server rooms of three branches of the bank in the town on Thursday.A senior official of Canara Bank said the bank has been paying taxes on time for the three branches which run from leased premises.In 2017-18, the corporation informed that the bank needs to pay an additional amount of Rs 2.69 crore in taxes, the official said, adding that they filed a case in a small-causes court challenging the demand.The court asked us to deposit 25 percent of additional amount in the court and then negotiate with the municipal authority, the official said.On Jan. 23, the municipal authority sealed the branches even as the negotiations are still on, he claimed.Saying that it has disrupted daily operations of the three branches, the officer said the bank has moved the Bombay High Court against the action and the matter would be heard on Jan. 27.Missing BloombergQuint's WhatsApp service? Join our Telegram channel or activate Website Notifications.Stay Updated With Law & Policy News On BloombergQuintDisclaimer Bloomberg Quint Add BloombergQuint App to Home screen. INSTALL APP
2020-01-25Maha: 3 branches of Canara Bank sealed over property tax dues - Devdiscourse
Maha: 3 branches of Canara Bank sealed over property tax dues PTI | Thane | Updated: 25-01-2020 18:47 IST | Created: 25-01-2020 18:47 IST The Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation in Maharashtra's Thane district has sealed three branches of public sector lender Canara Bank for non-payment of property tax of Rs 2.75 crore, an official said on Saturday. The bank, however, claimed that the action was taken even when the matter was before the court. The civic body's spokesperson Yuvraj Badhane said that corporation officials sealed server rooms of three branches of the bank in the town on Thursday. A senior official of Canara Bank said the bank has been paying taxes on time for the three branches which run from leased premises. "In 2017-18, the corporation informed that the bank needs to pay an additional amount of Rs 2.69 crore in taxes ...we filed a case in a small-causes court (challenging the demand)," he said. "The court asked us to deposit 25 per cent of additional amount in the court and then negotiate with the municipal authority," the official said. "On January 23, the municipal authority sealed the branches even as the negotiations are still on," he claimed. Saying that it has disrupted daily operations of the three branches, the officer said the bank has moved the Bombay High Court against the action and the matter would be heard on January 27.. (This story has not been edited by Devdiscourse staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.) Download The Devdiscourse News App for Latest News. 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2020-01-25Three Maharashtra Branches of Canara Bank Sealed over Property Tax Dues - News18
Three Maharashtra Branches of Canara Bank Sealed over Property Tax DuesNarayana Murthy Exhorts Pension Funds, Banks to Invest in Indian StartupsIndia for Elimination of Trade-distorting Subsidies on Agriculture in WTOFive Banks Willing to Invest Rs 2.5 Lakh Cr in Highway Projects: Nitin Gadkari News18 » Business 1-min read Three Maharashtra Branches of Canara Bank Sealed over Property Tax Dues Canara Bank, however, claimed that the action was taken even when the matter was before the court. PTIUpdated:January 25, 2020, 7:44 PM IST Canara Bank (Reuters Photo) Thane: The Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation in Maharashtra's Thane district has sealed three branches of public sector lender Canara Bank for non-payment of property tax of Rs 2.75 crore, an official said on Saturday. The bank, however, claimed that the action was taken even when the matter was before the court. The civic body's spokesperson Yuvraj Badhane said that corporation officials sealed server rooms of three branches of the bank in the town on Thursday. A senior official of Canara Bank said the bank has been paying taxes on time for the three branches which run from leased premises. "In 2017-18, the corporation informed that the bank needs to pay an additional amount of Rs 2.69 crore in taxes ...we filed a case in a small-causes court (challenging the demand)," he said. "The court asked us to deposit 25 per cent of additional amount in the court and then negotiate with the municipal authority," the official said. "On January 23, the municipal authority sealed the branches even as the negotiations are still on," he claimed. Saying that it has disrupted daily operations of the three branches, the officer said the bank has moved the Bombay High Court against the action and the matter would be heard on January 27. 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2020-01-24Stray violence mars ''Maharashtra shutdown'', over 3,000 held - Outlook India
Stray violence mars ''Maharashtra shutdown'', over 3,000 held Outlook January 24, 2020 19:40 IST Stray violence mars ''Maharashtra shutdown'', over 3,000 held outlookindia.com 1970-01-01T05:30:00+0530 Stray violence mars ''Maharashtra shutdown'', over 3,000 held Mumbai, Jan 24 (IANS) At least three incidents of stone-pelting on public buses in Mumbai, Solapur and Aurangabad marred the otherwise peaceful Vanchit Bahujan Aghadi (VBA)-sponsored Maharashtra shutdown, which elicited mixed response, on Friday. Terming it as a "success", VBA President Prakash Ambedkar announced at around 4 p.m. that the ''bandh'' has been called off. He also said that around 3,000 persons detained in different parts of the state were released in the evening, after the shutdown called to oppose the Citizens Amendment Act, National Register for Citizens and National Population Register (CAA-NRC-NPR). Despite the shutdown call by over 35 social and trade unions, besides the support of another 100 other groups/organisations, normal life remained largely unaffected in Mumbai, Thane, Pune, Nagpur and other major cities. However, shops and establishments remained shut in some pockets of Mumbai, Nashik, Aurangabad, Akola, though in Thane, some activists attempted to block a main road but were dispersed by the police. Ambedkar said that though there was no compulsion on anybody to support or participate in the shutdown, some alleged Bajrang Dal activists forced shopkeepers in Palghar and other parts who joined the ''bandh'' to reopen their establishments. On the reports of violence in Thane and Mumbai, he said that the miscreants had come with their faces covered and it is upto the police to trace them. In Mumbai, suburban trains and BEST buses - the city''s lifelines - functioned normally, and most educational institutions, shops, malls, multiplexes, commercial plazas were open as police maintained tight security. A group of people stopped a BEST bus on the Kurla-Chembur route and pelted it with stones, leaving driver Vilas B. Dabhade, 53, injured. He was rushed to the Shatabdi Hospital in Govandi. Activists tried to block roads in some roads in the eastern suburbs but were thwarted by the police, and most shops remained shut. Towns like Ambernath, Bhiwandi and Ulhasnagar in Thane, and Manmad in Nashik observed a near-total shutdown, with most streets deserted as all businesses were closed for a large part of the day. There was a good response in Akola while the participation was partial in districts like Jalna, Pune, Nandurbar, Jalgaon, Nanded, and Aurangabad. In Solapur, some protestors stoned a State Transport bus and there were reports of minor violence in Aurangabad, but the police presence thwarted the situation from escalating. Later in the day, several other anti-CAA/NRC/NPR related events like protest meetings, sit-ins and panel discussions were conducted in Mumbai, Pune and other cities as part of the state shutdown. --IANS qn/vd Disclaimer :- This story has not been edited by Outlook staff and is auto-generated from news agency feeds. Source: IANS More from Website 1st T20I: Recalled Shoaib Malik Inspires Pakistan To Five-Wicket Win Vs Bangladesh Stop Complaining About Badminton Calendar, Pullela Gopichand Tells PV Sindhu 'I Also Eat Poha': Prakash Javadekar Terms Vijayvargiya's Comment Non-Issue More from Outlook Magazine Union Budget 2020: What FM Nirmala Sitharaman Can Do To Pull Economy Out Of The Rut Who Owns The Republic? 70 Years Of Indian Judiciary | Opinion: The Courts Must Reform So That They Can Preserve -- Seven Must-Dos Next Story : Obi-Wan Kenobi series hits turbulence in early stages Download the Outlook ​Magazines App. Six magazines, wherever you go! Play Store and App Store
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2020-01-24Stray violence mars 'Maharashtra shutdown', over 3,000 held - Free Press Journal
Stray violence mars 'Maharashtra shutdown', over 3,000 heldBy AgenciesMumbai: At least three incidents of stone-pelting on public buses in Mumbai, Solapur and Aurangabad marred the otherwise peaceful Vanchit Bahujan Aghadi (VBA)-sponsored Maharashtra shutdown, which elicited mixed response, on Friday.Terming it as a "success", VBA President Prakash Ambedkar announced at around 4 p.m. that the 'bandh' has been called off.He also said that around 3,000 persons detained in different parts of the state were released in the evening, after the shutdown called to oppose the Citizens Amendment Act, National Register for Citizens and National Population Register (CAA-NRC-NPR).Despite the shutdown call by over 35 social and trade unions, besides the support of another 100 other groups/organisations, normal life remained largely unaffected in Mumbai, Thane, Pune, Nagpur and other major cities.However, shops and establishments remained shut in some pockets of Mumbai, Nashik, Aurangabad, Akola, though in Thane, some activists attempted to block a main road but were dispersed by the police.Ambedkar said that though there was no compulsion on anybody to support or participate in the shutdown, some alleged Bajrang Dal activists forced shopkeepers in Palghar and other parts who joined the 'bandh' to reopen their establishments.On the reports of violence in Thane and Mumbai, he said that the miscreants had come with their faces covered and it is upto the police to trace them.In Mumbai, suburban trains and BEST buses - the city's lifelines - functioned normally, and most educational institutions, shops, malls, multiplexes, commercial plazas were open as police maintained tight security.A group of people stopped a BEST bus on the Kurla-Chembur route and pelted it with stones, leaving driver Vilas B. Dabhade, 53, injured. He was rushed to the Shatabdi Hospital in Govandi.Activists tried to block roads in some roads in the eastern suburbs but were thwarted by the police, and most shops remained shut.Towns like Ambernath, Bhiwandi and Ulhasnagar in Thane, and Manmad in Nashik observed a near-total shutdown, with most streets deserted as all businesses were closed for a large part of the day.There was a good response in Akola while the participation was partial in districts like Jalna, Pune, Nandurbar, Jalgaon, Nanded, and Aurangabad.In Solapur, some protestors stoned a State Transport bus and there were reports of minor violence in Aurangabad, but the police presence thwarted the situation from escalating.Later in the day, several other anti-CAA/NRC/NPR related events like protest meetings, sit-ins and panel discussions were conducted in Mumbai, Pune and other cities as part of the state shutdown.Also ReadBandh was peaceful and successful: Prakash Ambedkar(For all the latest News, Mumbai, Entertainment, Cricket, Business and Featured News updates, visit Free Press Journal. Also, follow us on Twitter and Instagram and do like our Facebook page for continuous updates on the go)MUmbaiVanchit Bahujan AghadisolapuraurangabadMaharashtra shutdownStray violenceRecent StoriesArbitrary or excessive tax is also social injustice: CJI S.A. Bobde Delhi Election 2020: FIR filed against BJP candidate Kapil Mishra over 'India vs Pakistan' comment; Twitter deletes his postMumbai: Fire breaks out in Kurla West; 7 fire engines mobilisedBeware - people who haven't shared PAN, Aadhaar details with employers may have to pay 20% income tax'What is stopping PM?': Subramanian Swamy bats for declaration of Ram Setu as ancient historical monument trending About UsCareersDisclaimerPrivacy PolicyContact UsAdvertise With UsRSSFree Press Journal | Powered by Quintype Follow us on Close Free Press Journal www.freepressjournal.in INSTALL APP
2020-01-24Normal life not hit, bandh evokes lukewarm response - Daily Pioneer
Normal life not hit, bandh evokes lukewarm response Saturday, 25 January 2020 | TN RAGHUNATHA | Mumbai Share TT TT 0 Normal life not hit, bandh evokes lukewarm response Saturday, 25 January 2020 | TN RAGHUNATHA | Mumbai The Maharashtra bandh, called by the Prakash Ambedkar-led Vanchit Bahujan Aghadi (VBA) to oppose the Citizenship   Amendment Act (CAA) and National Register of Citizens (NRC) failed to evoke desired response on Friday, even as the protesters vandalised buses and indulged in violence at some places across the state. In all, VBA and 35 other organisations had come together to organise the bandh. In the run up to and during the course of the bandh, the police had detained an estimated 3000 Dalit activists and others belonging to the organisations supporting the bandh as a precautionary measure. The detained activists were, however, let off later in the night. VBA’s founder president Prakash Ambedkar claimed that the bandh was a success.”We have not forced anyone to join the bandh. Nor have workers indulged in violence. By and large, the bandh was a total success,” Ambedkar said, while talking to media persons in the evening.There was some impact of bandh in places like Mumbai, Thane, Ulhasnagar, Bhiwandi, Akola, Jalgaon, Baramati, Jalna, Nandurbar, Nashik Hingoli and Pune. Shops and business establishments remained in most of these places. There were however, no reports of major disruptions from other parts of the state. Notwithstanding the claims to the contrary by Ambedkar, the VBA activists forced the shop keepers to shut down the shops in places like Chembur, Wadala, Mulund, Airoli, Ghatkopar, Govandi, Trombay and Kurla. However, normal life remained unaffected. The protesters indulged in stone pelting and vandalised a BEST at Chembur in north-central Mumbai. The driver, identified as Vilas B. Dabhade (53), was injured in the incident. He was admitted to the Shatabdi Hospital at Govandi. However, the passengers in the bus escaped unhurt. There were reports of sporadic incidents of violence from some parts of the state. The incidents included creating blockades along the roads and hurling of stones at buses. In Mumbai, Thane and most other places across the state, normal life remained unaffected. The suburban trains – the life lines of Mumbai and surrounding satellite townships – ran normally, while the road traffic was also not hit by the bandh. In his interaction with the media, Amedhkar said: “Since the people are getting to know more and more about the dangers posed by the CAA, NRC and NPR, we received fairly good response for the bandh. The CAA and NRC will not affected just Muslims, they will also affected a sizeable section of the Hindus across the country. The people will find it difficult to prove their citizenship, because of lack of documents with them”. Ambedkar said that Finance Minister Nirmala Sitaraman would present a deficit budget in February. “In the normal course, the Government was to have raised a revenue of Rs 24 lakh crore during the financial year 2019-20. But, the revenue collection may not even Rs 9 lakh crore,” Ambedkar said. 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2020-01-23Two fake social workers held for extortion in Thane - Times of India
Two fake social workers held for extortion in ThaneTwo fake social workers held for extortion in ThanePradeep Gupta | TNN | Updated: Jan 23, 2020, 20:18 ISTAccused Sheru Gangwani in police custody.ULHASNAGAR: Out of the total six bogus social workers accused of extortion, cops on Thursday nabbed two while accepting the extortion money of Rs 30k from a builder in Ulhasnagar. These accused were threatening the developer of getting his building structure demolished by complaining to Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation (UMC). The accused had allegedly demanded an amount of Rs 50,000 from the builder. Acting on complaint from the developer, Rajesh Idnani, the anti-extortion cell of Thane police laid a trap and arrested Sheru Gangwani and Mohan Akarani red-handed from Hardas hospital while accepting extortion money of Rs 30,000. Cops have launched a hunt for four other accused- Kari Makhija, Ghanshyam Talreja, Sachin Gandhi and Ajay. The police sources said that the complainant is constructing a bungalow at Bewas Chowk in Ulhasnagar. The investigator said when Idnani denied to pay extortion money, the accused complained about construction to UMC but as the authority did not find any irregularities no action was taken. However, the accused sat on a protest against the construction forcing the UMC to serve notice to Idnani. Talking to TOI, Idnani said, "Even after I submitted all the documents to UMC and got a cleanchit, the accused continued harrassing me. Therefore, I had to approach the Thane anti-extortion cell." After Idnani's complaint, Rajkumar Kothmire, senior police inspector of anti-extortion cell, ordered probe. An anti-extortion cell official said both the accused have been remanded to police custody till January 28. 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2020-01-23Six held for stabbing man in broad daylight - The Hindu
Six held for stabbing man in broad daylight Share On Cities Bengaluru Chennai Coimbatore Delhi Hyderabad Kochi Kolkata Mumbai Kozhikode Madurai Mangaluru Puducherry Thiruvananthapuram Tiruchirapalli Vijayawada Visakhapatnam Bengaluru Chennai Coimbatore Delhi Hyderabad Kochi Kolkata Mumbai Kozhikode Madurai Mangaluru Puducherry Thiruvananthapuram Tiruchirapalli Vijayawada Visakhapatnam Data | How many people died during anti-CAA protests? News Cities Mumbai Mumbai Six held for stabbing man in broad daylight Gautam S. Mengle Mumbai , January 24, 2020 01:37 IST Updated: January 24, 2020 01:37 IST Share Article PRINT A A A Gautam S. Mengle Mumbai , January 24, 2020 01:37 IST Updated: January 24, 2020 01:37 IST more-in They accosted victim in the Ulhasnagar firecracker market while he was on his way home with friends The Ulhasnagar police have arrested six people who allegedly stabbed a man to death in broad daylight in the bustling firecracker market on Tuesday. The accused, who had fled the area, were picked up from different parts of the State and arrested within 24 hours of the offence being reported. According to the police, the victim, Prakash Bhoir, was on his way home with three friends when the accused accosted him, around 2 p.m. on Tuesday. They allegedly stabbed and slashed at him multiple times, before fleeing the scene. Bhoir was rushed to a nearby hospital, where he was declared dead before admission. The police registered a case of murder against unidentified persons and initiated investigations. “Inquiries with Bhoir’s friends and relatives indicated he had been involved in a feud with a local resident named Naresh Chavan. We checked on his whereabouts and found him to be missing since the offence,” an officer with the Ulhasnagar police station said. The officer said using cellular location mapping and with the help of local informants, the investigating team traced Mr. Chavan to Nashik and picked him up for questioning. “Preliminary questioning confirmed his involvement in the crime, and based on it we picked up the other five accused from various parts of Nashik and Dhule with assistance from the local police,” the officer said. Mr. Chavan and the other accused — Raju Kanojia, Yogesh Lad, Anikesh Shirsath, Rahul Kanojia and Hatik Bhivsane — were brought to Ulhasnagar and arrested on Wednesday evening. They were charged with murder under the Indian Penal Code and produced in court, after which they were remanded in police custody till January 30. “Bhoir had assaulted Mr. Chavan’s nephew a couple of months ago over an argument, and relations had soured between them since then. Investigations so far indicate that the murder was an outcome of the same feud. 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2020-01-23Thane: Two from Ulhasnagar arrested for extorting money from builder - Mumbai Mirror
Thane: Two from Ulhasnagar arrested for extorting money from builderYou are in an offline modeThane: Two from Ulhasnagar arrested for extorting money from builderPTI | Updated: Jan 23, 2020, 13:07 ISTPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeShareRepresentational imageThane: Two persons have been arrested for allegedly extorting Rs 30,000 from a builder in Ulhasnagar town in Thane district, police said on Thursday. One of the accused, Sheru Gangwani (40), posed as an RTI activist last year and complained to the Ulhasnagar civic body about certain alleged irregularities in the builder's construction work, Thane Anti-Extortion Cell's (AEC) senior police inspector Rajkumar V Kothmire said. Gangwani later allegedly demanded Rs 50,000 from the builder to withdraw the complaint and settled the deal at Rs 30,000, he said. He also allegedly demanded Rs 20,000 as 'hafta' (extortion money collected on a weekly or monthly basis) from the builder till his construction work was in progress and threatened the latter would be killed if he failed to pay, the official said. The builder lodged a complaint with the police's Anti-Extortion Cell, which laid a trap and nabbed Gangwani and the latter's associate Mohan Askarani (52) while they were accepting the money from the victim at a hotel in Ulhasnagar on Wednesday evening, the official said. The accused have been booked under Indian Penal Code Sections for extortion, he said. Search was on for five others who were also involved in the crime, he added. RELATED NEWSThane: Man booked for attempting to set wife on fireJan 03, 2020Police solve mystery behind FB post for Dawood birthdayDec 29, 2019Lakdawala’s daughter held while fleeing to Nepal on a fake passportDec 29, 2019 Invest In Mutual Funds WIth ET Money!ETMoneyApts. in Global Techies Town starting@a lowest price of 59L*GM INFINITEApartments @ ₹64.77L* Off Magadi Rd with Happy-Flexi schemesSalarpuria Sattva AnugrahaSave up to 14L* with zero extras charges, @Shriram BlueShriram PropertiesWant to Lose Weight over 30 kgs in 2 Months? Just Do 1 Easy ThingWeight LossPersonalized Home Interiors for Every Taste & BudgetDesign Cafe FTV Franchise India invites you to become a proud partner.FashionTV IndiaBangalore’s 1st child-centric homes @33 lakh onwardsGodrej Nurture, E-City Phase 1We make luxury vacations extremely affordable. Join Now!Rosetta by Ferns3 BHK Apartments Near Manyata Tech Park Starting @ ₹95LAssetz Here & NowPlease help me save my newborn baby’s life. He is all I haveKETTOOwn a managed farmland just 90 mins from Int Airport.Hosachiguru
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2020-01-22Mumbai man stabbed 30 times outside Ulhasnagar dance bar, accused identified - Times Now
Mumbai man stabbed 30 times outside Ulhasnagar dance bar, accused identified Crime Mirror Now Digital Updated Jan 22, 2020 | 13:37 IST A 29-year-old man was stabbed to death outside a dance bar in Ulhasnagar area of Maharashtra on Monday night. The police have registered the case and further probe is underway. The police officias told media outlets Chavhan and his accomplices were armed with a gun and knives   |  Photo Credit: Getty Images Key Highlights The police officials have told media outlets that four people have been detained for questioning The accused in the case has been identified using CCTV footage of the crime spot Bhoir's friend managed to escape but the accused stabbed him to death Mumbai: A 29-year-old man was stabbed to death outside a dance bar in Ulhasnagar area of Maharashtra on the intervening night of Monday and Tuesday. The deceased was identified as Deepak Bhoir, a resident of Manere village and is survived by his parents and two elder sisters.  The accused in the case has been identified using CCTV footage of the crime spot, who was named as Naresh Chavhan. As of now, the accused has not been arrested by the police. The police officials have told media outlets that four people have been detained for questioning.  According to a report by the Hindustan Times, at 1:30 am on Tuesday, Bhoir and a friend went to a dance bar in Ulhasnagar and the investigation revealed that Bhoir met someone at the bar. Reportedly, a woman called up Bhoir and asked him to meet at the bar, which the police believed could have been a trap.  Reportedly, 30 minutes later, deceased and his friend left the dance bar and right outside the bar, they were surrounded by two men and their five accomplices. The police officials told media outlets Chavhan and his accomplices were armed with a gun and knives. Meanwhile, Bhoir's friend managed to escape but the accused stabbed him to death.  Deputy commissioner of police, Pramod Shewale told a media person that the deceased was murdered at around 2:05 am and they stabbed him 30 times on his chest, stomach and back. However, the police have registered a case under relevant sections of the Indian Penal Code and further probe in the matter is underway.  RELATED NEWS Mumbai police officer accepts Rs 10,000 bribe from criminal for lenient action Mumbai: Five years after operation, doctors find two surgical sponges in woman's abdomen Mumbai: Woman gang raped, robbed by four men while she was relieving herself in the open Recommended Videos Mumbai Police's crime branch arrests gangster Ejaz Lakdawala's daughter from airport Mumbai Police's crime branch arrests gangster Ejaz Lakdawala's daughter from the international airport. She was about to leave India. TIMES NOW’s Siddhant with details. Watch!   01 MIN 44 SEC WATCH: National Crime Records Bureau data reveals highest cases of fraud against seniors citizens in Mumbai WATCH | Mumbai's Serial robber arrested for allegedly murdering a woman in 2018 VIDEO: Underworld Don Ejaz Lakdawala arrested; Mumbai Police's JT CP Santosh Rastogi speaks to Mirror Now WATCH: Delhi Crime Branch visits JNU campus for investigation JUST IN MOST READ VIDEOS '32 killed in attack in disputed South Sudan border region' No one can dare to touch any Indian Muslim: Rajnath Singh Zim vs SL: Mathews' maiden double ton puts Lanka in command Australian Open: Federer, Djokovic, Serena in 3rd round Newborn baby girl dies after mother dumps her in bushes Wedding cancelled as groom's father elopes with bride's mom Images of starving African lions from Sudan zoo go viral Gujarat: Woman raped by ‘ex-lover’ in front of her son The Day Ahead – January 21, 2020 Poisonous gases kill two welders at sewage plant in Chennai Watch: Focus On Rural Incomes This Budget | India Development Debate Watch: Its Official! Mumbai Open 24x7 | India Development Debate Watch: Shaheen Bagh: Should Children be allowed to participate in protests? The Last Word Watch: Why is BJP criticizing Mumbai's nightlife project? | The Newshoiur Agenda Watch: Will JNU the best foot forward on their Republic Day parade? | The Newshour Agenda NEXT STORY Loading... Loading... Loading... Now Available On       News Home Entertainment India Sports Lifestyle Tech & Gadgets Business Health Education Videos Photos Buzz Mirror Now The Newshour India Upfront Astrology Times Channel Packs #HSIC 2018 Latest News Today Trending News Live TV Auto Spirituality Company About Us Contact Us Advertise with us Syndication Editorial Guidelines Regulatory Terms & Conditions Privacy Policy Disclaimer Complaint Redressal Sitemap Feedback Watch Live TV Times NOW ET NOW Mirror NOW Zoom TV © Bennett Coleman & Company Limited
2020-01-22Maharashtra: Newborn girl found dead in gutter - Times of India
Maharashtra: Newborn girl found dead in gutterMaharashtra: Newborn girl found dead in gutterPTI | Jan 22, 2020, 21:06 ISTRepresentative imageTHANE: A newborn girl was found dead in a gutter at Ulhasnagar town of Maharashtra's Thane district on Wednesday, the police said. The infant's body was discovered when a shopkeeper from Ulhasnagar camp no. 3 found that the gutter chamber near his shop was choked and water was entering the premises, an official said. A plumber was called in to clean the chamber, where he found the baby, he said, adding that the infant was rushed to a government hospital where she was declared dead. The baby was just three to four days old, he said, adding that a case under section 318 (concealment of birth by secret disposal of dead body) of the Indian Penal Code has been registered against unidentified accused. Download The Times of India News App for Latest City News.more from times of india citiesDelhi news todayMumbai RainsBangalore RainsDelhi EarthquakeChennai RainsOdisha Elections 2019Delhi PollutionMumbai FloodsAP Elections 2019Trending TopicsSupreme CourtJammu Kashmir newsCAA NewsIND vs NZ squad 2020GaganyaanRajinikanthTelangana electionNithyanandaSatya NadellaJKBOSE 12th ResultLATEST VIDEOSCityRepublic Day: After 88 years, Mumbai will get mounted police unit Students should understand Constitution: Maha Education Minister on mandatory assembly Preamble Bihar chemists calls for 3-day strike over alleged exploitation by drug inspectors Video shows how CRPF men carry pregnant woman in Bijapur jungles for 6 km More from TOIHow to make DIY calcium powder with eggshellsThis lesser known Indian spice can be a solution to several of your health problems!Smart TVs with incredible built-in soundDrive stress-free with these top Digital Car Tyre InflatorsNavbharat TimesFeatured Today in TravelQuick LinksShiv SenaMumbai floodsMamata BanerjeePriyanka GandhiChandrababu NaiduAditya ThackerayMadras High CourtTejashwi YadavFire in MumbaiTejasvi SuryaPawan KalyanArvind KejriwalYogi AdityanathSrinagar encounterGet the appTrending Now in CitiesVaranasi newsShimla newsSrinagar newsPatna newsMeerut newsMadurai newsLucknow newsKanpur newsJammu newsJaipur newsGhaziabad newsFaridabad newsOther Times Group news sitesThe Economic TimesMumbai MirrorIGN IndiaHindi Economic TimesTimes NowI am GujaratPune MirrorTamil SamayamBangalore MirrorMaharashtra TimesTelugu SamayamAhmedabad MirrorGo GreenMiss KyraItsMyAscentNavbharat TimesEducation TimesFILMIPOP HindiBrand CapitalEisamayIndiatimesGujarati Economic TimesVijaya KarnatakaMalayalam SamayamTimes FoodGames AppMX PlayerTimesPointsLiving and entertainmentiDivaMensXP.comFeminaETimesGraziaZoomTravel DestinationsBombay TimesCricbuzz.comFilmfareOnline SongsTVLife & Style Longwalks AppNewspaper SubscriptionFood NewsTimes PrimeWhats Hottop trendsSupreme CourtJammu Kashmir newsCAA NewsIND vs NZ squad 2020GaganyaanRajinikanthTelangana electionNithyanandaSatya NadellaJKBOSE 12th ResultLTCG TaxDemonetisationCBSE Private Admit CardCoronavirusBudget 2020Delhi electionIPL 2020 Players ListHoroscope todayservicesAds 2 BookBank Exam AppET Money Finance AppCouponDuniaDineoutMagicbricksTechgigTimes JobsBollywood NewsTimes MobileBuy CarRemit 2 IndiaTC NextBikes in IndiaUsed CarsAstro SpeakGadgets NowCareersColombiaPopular CategoriesHeadlinesSports NewsBusiness NewsIndia NewsWorld NewsBollywood NewsHealth & Fitness TipsIndian TV ShowsCelebrity Photoshot on the webSophie ChoudryAbhishek BachchanSushmita SenShahid KapoorJanhvi KapoorNaseeruddin ShahKatrina-VickyNeelam Pandey Sexy VideoMonalisaTrending topicsJaya BachchanKangana Lashes OutKatrina KaifShah Rukh's ReplyTanaji BO UpdateSara Ali KhanTanaji Box OfficeShah Rukh KhanAlia BhattWeight LossBigg Boss 13Farhan AkhtarWhatsapp Animated StickersPoco Android 10 UpdateVodafone Rs.398 PlanFacebook Currency LibraPoco F2Amazon App QuizFollow us onfacebooktwitterrss feedyoutubedownload toi appandroidiphoneBlackBerryipadwindows phoneText resize:aaaAbout us Create Your Own Ad Terms of Use and Grievance Redressal Policy Privacy policy Advertise with us RSS Sitemap Archives Copyright © 2019 Bennett, Coleman & Co. Ltd. All rights reserved. For reprint rights: Times Syndication Service
2020-01-22Man stabbed to death outside a dance bar in Ulhasnagar - The Hans India
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2020-01-22Ulhasnagar’s notorious Duru Bar raided 1,500 times gets into trouble, again - Mumbai Mirror
Ulhasnagar’s notorious Duru Bar and Restaurant is in news again. This time, for a murder of a Shiv-Sena corporator’s nephew that took place outside the bar following a tussle between bar visitors in the early hours of Monday. The victim was stabbed at least 25 to 30 times by eight to ten people. He succumbed to his injuries in the Ulhasnagar Central Hospital. The police said the bar has been so far raided more than 1,500 times. It is a well-known dance bar, and also faced action under the Maharashtra Regional Town Planning Act (MRTP) Act for making cavities to hide bar girls. According to the Ulhasnagar police, the incident happened around 1.40 am on Monday. Deepak Bhoir, a nephew of Sena corporator Vimal Bhoir, was having drinks in the bar when he allegedly got into a fight with one Naresh alias Bablya Chavan. The bar is located at Nehru Chowk in Ulhasnagar Camp II; (right) the victim Deepak Bhoir The police said, prima facie, they have learnt about the Chavan’s role in the murder. “We have prima facie come to know the murder took place over a petty issue in the bar – an argument over playing songs, although they had old enmity as well. As the argument turned violent, Deepak ran out of the bar to escape. Chavan and about ten others followed Deepak and allegedly stabbed him several times. The night walkers were frightened by the sight of a man being chased by so many people,” said an official from Ulhasnagar police station. They stabbed him several times with a chopper and some other sharp object, hitting him on the head and back. The massive blood loss resulted in his death, the official said. After the incident, some residents managed to take him to the Central Hospital in Ulhasnagar, where he was declared dead on arrival. Duru Bar and Restaurant is located at Nehru Chowk in Ulhasnagar Camp II. In 2012, bookie Rajesh Kukreja was murdered in the same bar. RELATED NEWSPanchayat polls: Shiv Sena MP Omraje Nimbalkar, BJP MLA Rana Jagjitsi...Dec 31, 2019Shiv Sena corporator murder case: Bombay HC upholds life imprisonment...Dec 09, 2019Two cops suspended after Khabri bar raidNov 05, 2019 Smart 2.5 BHK @56L+*, @Shriram Greenfield BangaloreShriram PropertiesApts. in Global Techies Town starting@a lowest price of 59L*GM INFINITEBangalore’s 1st child-centric homes @33 lakh onwardsGodrej Nurture, E-City Phase 13BHK @Rs 95L @Assetz Here & Now 500 M from Manyata Tech parkAssetz Here & NowOwn a managed farm and connect with nature. Know-how.Hosachiguru2 & 3 BHK Starting @₹64.77L with Happy-Flexi schemesSalarpuria Sattva Anugraha Bending the Arc of Human Potential at ASUGSV SummitASU GSVTop Boarding School in India Ebenezer InternationalEbenezer InternationalDoctors Unveiled A Secret Of Weight Loss Upto 1 Kg Per DayPure GarciniaPre Leased Commercial Properties, IBC Bangalore @ 25LProperty ShareYour fave celebs & their fave jewellery pieces - Know here!GJEPCSafety comes first with Bajaj Allianz Two Wheeler InsuranceBajaj Allianz
2020-01-22Mumbai is the most-polluted city of Maharashtra along with Thane, Navi Mumbai, Pune, Nashik, Bhiwandi - Free Press Journal
Mumbai is the most-polluted city of Maharashtra along with Thane, Navi Mumbai, Pune, Nashik, BhiwandiBy FPJ Political Bureau Fourth version of Airpocalypse report by Greenpeace India has identified 231 Indian cities. MumbaiMumbai: The Greenpeace India recently released its fourth report, which brought to light shocking fact that Mumbai is the most-polluted city of Maharashtra. Thane, Navi Mumbai, Pune, Nashik, Bhiwandi, too, have been identified as topmost polluted cities.Fourth version of Airpocalypse report by Greenpeace India has identified 231 Indian cities. As many as 287 cities were monitored for more than 52 days to collate the data in 2018 under the National Ambient Air Quality Monitoring Programme (NAMP). Air pollution levels exceeded the 60 µg/m3 limits for Particle Matter (PM)10 as prescribed under the National Ambient Air Quality Standards (NAAQS). In this study, Mumbai is the most polluted city in terms of PM10, and air quality is a little less than three times the NAAQS and eight times the 20 µg/m3 WHO-prescribed limits. Likewise, air quality levels in Dombivli, Chandrapur, Ulhasnagar, Thane, Pune, Amravati, Nagpur, Jalna, Latur, Kolhapur, Pimpri, Chinchwad, Nashik, Sangli, Jalgaon, Akola, Solapur, Navi Mumbai, Aurangabad and Bhiwandi are above the NAAQS and 5-8 times higher than the World Health Organisation-specified standards.According to the report, 20 cities of Maharashtra have been identified as non-attainment cities, which means the rules and regulation prescribed by the WHO and the Central Pollution Board are being grossly violated in these cities.Notably, Dombivli, Thane, Pimpri, Chinchwad, Navi Mumbai and Bhiwandi are the newly-identified non-attainment cities, according to the Greenpeace analysis.In January 2019, the Ministry of Environment, Forests and Climate Change (MoEFCC) released the first-ever National Clean Air Action Plan (NCAP) for India. Under the programme, the cities are expected to reduce air pollution by 20-30% latest by 2024 from 2017 levels. However, Airpocalypse - IV report highlights that the CPCB has identified only 122 non-attainment cities, and 102 of them have been included in the NCAP till now. The 122 cities are from 28 states and 9 union territories, and however, 116 more cities, which exceed 60 µg/m3 limit prescribed by NAAQS, are not covered in these cities, according to 2018 annual data, and these should be included in the non-attainment category.Commenting on the worsening state of affairs, Greenpeace India senior campaigner Avinash Chanchal said, “ It is worrying to see that more than 80% cities had PM10 levels exceeding the 60 µg/m3 limits for PM10 prescribed under the National Ambient Air Quality Standards. If we want to make NCAP truly a ‘national program’, then we have to include all polluted cities into it and implement it with the addition of specific pollution and emission reduction targets in time bound manner.”(For all the latest News, Mumbai, Entertainment, Cricket, Business and Featured News updates, visit Free Press Journal. Also, follow us on Twitter and Instagram and do like our Facebook page for continuous updates on the go)maharashtraMUmbaipunenashikBhiwandiRecent StoriesLIVESC hearing on CAA Updates: 140 pleas challenging constitutionality CAA to be heard by apex court today‘Will certainly help if we can’: Donald Trump again offers to mediate on Kashmir after meeting Imran KhanTeachers call for bandh on Jan 24 in MaharashtraFPJ Exclusive: MVA govt to reintroduce election of municipal president by councillorsMumbai: Specially-abled boy sexually assaulted in civic school trending About UsCareersDisclaimerPrivacy PolicyContact UsAdvertise With UsRSSFree Press Journal | Powered by Quintype Follow us on Close Free Press Journal www.freepressjournal.in INSTALL APP
2020-01-22Newborn baby girl found dead in gutter in Thane - United News of India
Newborn baby girl found dead in gutter in ThaneThane, Jan 22 (UNI) A newborn female child was found dead in a gutter in Ulhasnagar town of the district on Wednesday. The Ulhasnagar police have since registered an offence under section 318 of Indian Penal Code against an unidentified person, who dumped the baby girl and left it to die. The incident happened in Ulhasnagar Camp No 3 in the morning at around 1030 hours, when a plumber called to clean the chocked gutter found the girl child stuck in the chamber, police said. Upon finding the child, police were alerted and they rushed the baby girl to the government hospital, where the doctors declared the child dead before admission. The child was just three-four days old, sources said, adding, a search was on for the accused who dumped the child and left it to die. 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2020-01-22Things You Didn’t Know about Ashish Chanchlani - IWMBuzz
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2020-01-22Maha: Newborn girl found dead in gutter - Devdiscourse
Maha: Newborn girl found dead in gutter PTI | Thane | Updated: 22-01-2020 20:10 IST | Created: 22-01-2020 20:10 IST A newborn girl was found dead in a gutter at Ulhasnagar town of Maharashtra's Thane district on Wednesday, the police said. The infant's body was discovered when a shopkeeper from Ulhasnagar camp no. 3 found that the gutter chamber near his shop was choked and water was entering the premises, an official said. A plumber was called in to clean the chamber, where he found the baby, he said, adding that the infant was rushed to a government hospital where she was declared dead. The baby was just three to four days old, he said, adding that a case under section 318 (concealment of birth by secret disposal of dead body) of the Indian Penal Code has been registered against unidentified accused.. (This story has not been edited by Devdiscourse staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.) Download The Devdiscourse News App for Latest News. Share READ MORE ON: Ulhasnagar Thane district Maharashtra POST / READ COMMENTS Country India Share Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Youtube TRENDING Decorpot records remarkable growth in FY 2019 with CAGR of 100 per cent AIIMS sets up isolation ward for treating suspected novel coronavirus infection cases Delhi HC sets aside two Office Memorandums of MHA regarding allowances to CAPF staff Vanchit Bahujan Aghadi calls for Maharashtra Bandh today, security tightened in Mumbai OPINION/BLOG/INTERVIEW Beware! Maximum cyber criminals eye your personal data A report of the World Economic Forum revealed that cyber security is increasingly becoming an issue of public security as the majority of cyber criminals are increasingly targetting individual internet users. This requires preventive measur... WEF 2020: Trump seems politically correct in pulling out from Paris Agreement If the survey of the World Economic Forum WEF is believed, Trump seems to enjoy the confidence of his people in flaying climate intuitions and climate activists. His preference for economic development over environmental protection not only... From home to healthcare, here are Robotic innovations transforming lives Lovot is equipped with more than 50 sensors such as thermography, microphone array, obstacle detection, and touch sensor to generate motion and emotions in real-time.... Translating words to deeds: Achieving gender parity in access to financial resources ... ... Videos Latest News Will expand cabinet in 3-4 days: Karnataka CM Karnataka Chief Minister B S Yediyurappa on Friday said the much-awaited expansion of his cabinet will be carried out in three to four days. On his arrival here from Davos after attending the World Economic Forum meet, he reiterated that he... 2G mobile internet restored in Kashmir from midnight After remaining shut for more than five months, 2G mobile internet services on postpaid as well as prepaid phones will be restored in the Kashmir Valley from Saturday but can only be used to access 301 websites approved by the Jammu and Kas... UPDATE 1-Furore in Spain over minister's airport meeting with Maduro aide Opposition parties rebuked Spains government on Friday over an encounter at Madrids international airport between a minister and a senior aide to Venezuelas President Nicolas Maduro subject to a European Union EU travel ban. Spain, along wi... UPDATE 2-Mexico is the wall: president under fire over migration clampdown Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador faces growing criticism he is doing U.S. President Donald Trumps bidding after erecting a wall of security forces who clashed with Central American migrants near the Guatemala border this week. ... Give Feedback Name Email Message Submit HOME ABOUT CAREER ADVERTISEMENT TEAM KNOWLEDGE PARTNERSHIP MEDIA PARTNERSHIP CONTACT US Subscribe to our Newsletter   SUBSCRIBE SECTORS Agro-Forestry Art & Culture Technology Economy & Business Education Energy & Extractives Politics Law & Governance Health Science & Environment Social & Gender Sports Transport Urban Development WASH EDITIONS Pacific South Asia East and South East Asia Europe and Central Asia Central Africa East Africa Southern Africa West Africa Middle East and North Africa North America Latin America and Caribbean OTHER LINKS Write for us Submit Press Release Opinion / Blog / Analysis Agency Wire Business News Entertainment News Technology News Law-order News Lifestyle News National News International News Headlines PR Newswire Other OTHER PRODUCTS VITHI VYOMA VYAPAD IDEA-KM IDEA-M&E Email: info@devdiscourse.com Phone: +91-130-6444012, +91-7027739813, 14, 15 VisionRI | Disclaimer | Terms of use | Privacy Policy © Copyright 2020
2020-01-2229 year old man stabbed 30 times outside Ulhasnagar dance bar | Thane NYOOOZ - NYOOOZ
29 year old man stabbed 30 times outside Ulhasnagar dance bar | Wednesday | 22nd January, 2020 A 29-year-old man was stabbed to death outside a dance bar in Ulhasnagar late on Monday evening. Bhoir and a friend went to a dance bar in Ulhasnagar on Tuesday at 1.30am. Bhoir and his friend left the dance bar 30 minutes later and they were surrounded by Chavhan and his five accomplices. While Bhoir and his friend tried to run away, the six attackers caught Bhoir and stabbed him 30 times. They stabbed him 30 times on his chest, stomach and back,” said deputy commissioner of police, Pramod Shewale was quoted as saying. Read Full Article Here If You Like This Story, Support NYOOOZ NYOOOZ SUPPORTER ₹ 10 - ₹ 1000 NYOOOZ FRIEND ₹ 2000 - ₹ 5000 Your support to NYOOOZ will help us to continue create and publish news for and from smaller cities, which also need equal voice as much as citizens living in bigger cities have through mainstream media organizations. Stay updated with all the Latest Thane headlines here. For more exclusive & live news updates from all around India, stay connected with NYOOOZ. Source:-/articles/29-year-old-man-stabbed-30-times-outside-ulhasnagar-dance-bar/22473155 Related Articles GD Goenka World School Celebrates Recognition Day Sponsored MS Dhoni s hairstylist turns bodyguard as fans mob him in Thane Watch video Friday | 21st February, 2020 Gearing up in Thane Friday | 21st February, 2020 Mumbai Commuters welcomed by metal rods at Thane station Thursday | 20th February, 2020 Mumbai BMC adopts Band baja method to humiliate defaulters Thursday | 20th February, 2020 Mumbai Crime Man gets three years in jail for groping minor in 2017 Wednesday | 19th February, 2020 NYOOOZ Video Most Viewed National news Mumbai Commuters welcomed by metal rods at Thane station Thane Gearing up in Thane Thane Mumbai BMC adopts Band baja method to humiliate defaulters Thane MS Dhoni s hairstylist turns bodyguard as fans mob him in Thane Watch video Thane Delhi Police seeks details on 70 pending departmental enquiries Delhi 21st Feb, 2020 Mumbai woman jumps off autorickshaw after driver heads to secluded area, behaves obscenely Mumbai 15th Feb, 2020 Need to face all odds to ensure united India says Mamata Kolkata 21st Feb, 2020 Woman, who raised pro-Pakistan slogans, had links with Naxals: Karnataka CM BS Yediyurappa Bengaluru 21st Feb, 2020 Hyderabad plagued with garbage piling, brimming drains Hyderabad 21st Feb, 2020 Lives lost, will Tamil cine industry wake up to reality? Chennai 21st Feb, 2020 Software Technology Parks of India sets up CoE for automotive technologies in Pune Pune 11th Dec, 2019 Hot Jobs HSSC Canal Patwari Recruitment 2020:1100 Posts for metric pass and graduates in any field BTSC Recruitment 2020: Apply for 6379 posts of Assistant Engineers, see eligibility criteria ISRO Recruitment 2020: 182 technical & non- technical vacancies in 7th pay grade IIT Recruitment 2020: Apply For Various Non-Faculty Posts Under 7th CPC Pay Scale Indian Air Force Recruitment 2020: Multiple jobs for graduates on Managerial posts Read More   Privacy & Policy About Us Advertise With Us Be a Reporter Be a Contributor   Our Partners Our Team Contact Us Terms & Condition Write to Us Cities Bangalore Chennai Delhi Hyderabad Mumbai Kolkata   Agra Allahabad Indore Lucknow Noida Pune NYOOOZ News Hindi Ankahi Ansuni City Star Entertainment Careers & Courses Sports Connect With Us © 2020 NYOOOZ About Contact Privacy & Policy Terms & Condition Write to Us Our Team × Listen to the latest songs, only on JioSaavn.com
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2020-01-21Mumbai’s air most toxic: 8 times more than WHO safe limit - Times of India
Mumbai’s air most toxic: 8 times more than WHO safe limitMumbai’s air most toxic: 8 times more than WHO safe limitManka Behl | TNN | Updated: Jan 22, 2020, 1:48 ISTNagpur: Mumbai has the most toxic air in the state and 37th in the country. The concentration of the deadly particulate matter 10 (PM10) is eight times the World Health Organization’s safe standards and more than twice the country’s national ambient air quality standards, reveals the latest study by Greenpeace. The fourth Airpocalypse report, released by environmental organization Greenpeace India, analyses air quality data of 745 monitoring stations across the country for the year 2018. To ensure accuracy, the report has only considered stations which had data availability for more than 52 days. In Vidarbha, Chandrapur is the worst at no. 3 with 149. Amravati and Nagpur are at 8th and 9th, respectively, with 104 and Akola no. 17 at 72. According to the analysis, Mumbai’s air quality has soared to hazardous heights in the last few years. From 132 micrograms per cubic metre (mpcm) in 2013, the PM10 levels in the state capital rose to 162 in 2018. Not just Mumbai, air quality levels in other parts of the state including Dombivali, Chandrapur, Ulhasnagar, Thane, Pune, Amravati, Nagpur, Jalna, Latur, Kolhapur, Pimpri, Chinchwad, Nashik, Sangli, Jalgaon, Akola, Solapur, Navi Mumbai, Aurangabad and Bhiwandi are also found to be 5-8 times the WHO limit. Similar deteriorating air quality trends were observed in other cities. In Pune, PM10 levels increased to 106 mpcm in 2018 from 87 in 2013. In Nagpur too, PM10 levels saw a rise to 104 mpcm in 2018 from 97 in 2013. As per the National Clean Air Programme (NCAP) which was launched by the Union environment ministry in January 2019, 17 cities from Maharashtra are termed non-attainment cities for breaching the national ambient air quality standards. However, Greenpeace report claims that the actual number is 20. The national picture is even ‘dirtier’. While NCAP has included only 102 non-attainment cities in the country, Greenpeace analysis shows that 231 cities have PM10 levels higher than the permissible standards. In other words, 116 more cities need to be included in the non-attainment list. Lunglei in Mizoram is the only city which saw PM10 levels within the WHO limit. “Overall, 140 cities in India had PM10 levels beyond 90 mpcm,” the report stated. Stressing that the government should include all non-attainment cities under NCAP, the report highlights that the programme must set specific city-wise pollution reduction targets rather than just providing a tentative window of 20-30% reduction across the board by 2024. “It's worrying to see that more than 80% cities had PM10 levels exceeding the 60 µg/m3 limit prescribed under National Ambient Air Quality Standards. If we want to make NCAP truly a ‘national program’, then we need to include all polluted cities into it and implement it with the addition of specific pollution and emission reduction targets in a time bound manner,” says Greenpeace India’s senior campaigner Avinash Chanchal. 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2020-01-21Mumbai’s air most toxic: 8 times WHO safe limit - Times of India
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The concentration of the deadly particulate matter 10 (PM10) is eight times the World Health Organization’s safe standards and more than twice the country’s national ambient air quality standards, reveals the latest study by Greenpeace. The fourth Airpocalypse report, released by environmental organization Greenpeace India, analyses air quality data of 745 monitoring stations across the country for the year 2018. To ensure accuracy, the report has only considered stations which had data availability for more than 52 days. In Vidarbha, Chandrapur is the worst at no. 3 with 149. Amravati and Nagpur are at 8th and 9th, respectively, with 104 and Akola no. 17 at 72. According to the analysis, Mumbai’s air quality has soared to hazardous heights in the last few years. From 132 micrograms per cubic metre (mpcm) in 2013, the PM10 levels in the state capital rose to 162 in 2018. Not just Mumbai, air quality levels in other parts of the state including Dombivali, Chandrapur, Ulhasnagar, Thane, Pune, Amravati, Nagpur, Jalna, Latur, Kolhapur, Pimpri, Chinchwad, Nashik, Sangli, Jalgaon, Akola, Solapur, Navi Mumbai, Aurangabad and Bhiwandi are also found to be 5-8 times the WHO limit. Similar deteriorating air quality trends were observed in other cities. In Pune, PM10 levels increased to 106 mpcm in 2018 from 87 in 2013. In Nagpur too, PM10 levels saw a rise to 104 mpcm in 2018 from 97 in 2013. As per the National Clean Air Programme (NCAP) which was launched by the Union environment ministry in January 2019, 17 cities from Maharashtra are termed non-attainment cities for breaching the national ambient air quality standards. However, Greenpeace report claims that the actual number is 20. The national picture is even ‘dirtier’. While NCAP has included only 102 non-attainment cities in the country, Greenpeace analysis shows that 231 cities have PM10 levels higher than the permissible standards. In other words, 116 more cities need to be included in the non-attainment list. Lunglei in Mizoram is the only city which saw PM10 levels within the WHO limit. “Overall, 140 cities in India had PM10 levels beyond 90 mpcm,” the report stated. Stressing that the government should include all non-attainment cities under NCAP, the report highlights that the programme must set specific city-wise pollution reduction targets rather than just providing a tentative window of 20-30% reduction across the board by 2024. “It's worrying to see that more than 80% cities had PM10 levels exceeding the 60 µg/m3 limit prescribed under National Ambient Air Quality Standards. If we want to make NCAP truly a ‘national program’, then we need to include all polluted cities into it and implement it with the addition of specific pollution and emission reduction targets in a time bound manner,” says Greenpeace India’s senior campaigner Avinash Chanchal. 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2020-01-20Ulhasnagar man held for bid to kill mother of woman he stalked - Mumbai Mirror
Ulhasnagar man held for bid to kill mother of woman he stalkedYou are in an offline modeUlhasnagar man held for bid to kill mother of woman he stalkedPTI | Updated: Jan 20, 2020, 17:49 ISTPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeShareRepresentational imageThane: An auto-rickshaw driver was arrested on Monday for allegedly attempting to kill the 52- year-old mother of a woman whom he had been stalking in Maharashtra's Thane district, police said. Meena Tayde, a ragpicker, lived with her 30-year-old daughter, who separated from her husband 10 years ago, in Powai Chowk area of Ulhasnagar township here, an official at Central police station said. The accused, Naresh Anil Gangawane (28), was allegedly stalking Tayde's daughter since last six months but the latter had been spurning his advances, he said, adding that he also used to abuse the two women. On Sunday afternoon, he allegedly attacked Tayde with a sword, the official said. The victim, who sustained severe injuries, was rushed to a hospital where she was undergoing treatment, he said. Based on the victim's complaint, the accused was arrested and booked under Indian Penal Code Sections 307 (attempt to murder) and 504 (intentional insult with intent to provoke breach of peace), and provisions of the Arms Act, he added. RELATED NEWSMan shoots at motorist on Mumbai-Ahmedabad HighwayDec 12, 2019Seven killed in road accidents in 24 hours in Thane districtDec 04, 2019CBI takes over investigation into Datta Samant’s murderNov 29, 2019 Build your career whilst studyingLemonop #WorkFindsPeople2/3 BHK Homes @E-City with 100 Amenities Start at ₹59*LGM INFINITEBending the Arc of Human Potential at ASUGSV SummitASU GSVDoctors Unveiled A Secret Of Weight Loss Upto 1 Kg Per DayPure GarciniaSmart 2.5 BHK @56L+*, @Shriram Greenfield BangaloreShriram PropertiesSave up to 8L* with zero extras at Smart 2 BHKs in BLR.Shriram Properties Bangalore’s 1st child-centric homes @33 lakh onwardsGodrej Nurture, E-City Phase 1What made the bridal industry an integral part of our livesGJEPC3BHK @Rs 95L @Assetz Here & Now 500 M from Manyata Tech parkAssetz Here & NowWe make luxury vacations extremely affordable. Join Now!Rosetta by FernsVillas off whitefield Bangalore @99lacs possession Jan 2020 m1 HomesTwo years full time Residential MBA ProgrammeBharathidasan Institute of Mgmt
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2020-01-20Man held for attacking woman with sword in Thane - United News of India
Man held for attacking woman with sword in ThaneThane, Jan 20 (UNI) A 28-year-old rickshaw driver was arrested on the alleged charges of attacking a woman with swords, police said on Monday.The accused Sonu Naresh Anil Gangawane has been booked under IPC sections 307 (attempt to murder) and 504 (intentional insult) of the IPC and sections 4 and 25 of the Arms Act.The victim said in a complaint that she stays at Powai Chowk area of the Ulhasnagar township with her married daughter and her two children. Her daughter had separated from her husband for the last ten years.Please log in to get detailed story. 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2020-01-20Man held for bid to kill mother of woman he stalked - Yahoo India News
Man held for bid to kill mother of woman he stalkedFree Press Journal20 January 2020ReblogShareTweetShareShareUlhasnagar: A 28-year-old auto-rickshaw driver from Ulhasnagar was arrested for allegedly attempting to kill a 52- year-old mother of a woman whom he had been stalking.Central police said the accused has been identified as Naresh alias Sonu Anil Gangawane (28).The victim Meena Tayde (52), a ragpicker, lived with her 30-year-old daughter, and her two children in Powai Chowk in Ulhasnagar. Her daughter also a ragpicker and had been separated from her husband ten years ago.The accused was allegedly stalking Tayde's daughter since last six months but the latter had been spurning his advances. He also used to abuse the two women.Ishwar Kokare, assistant police inspector Central police station said, "On Sunday afternoon, under the influences of alcohol, the accused went to Tayde's home and attacked her with a sword. Tayde suffered severe injuries on hands. Locals took her Central hospital in Ulhasnagar where she was undergoing treatment".A case was registered against him under 307,504,506 of Indian Penal Code and various section of the Arms Act.Also Read: Creative minds must not be brought to courts: Bombay HCReblogShareTweetShareShareWhat to read nextMumbai Uber driver takes passenger to police station after overhearing conversation on CAA protests; taxi aggregator terms incident as 'concerning'FirstpostWatch: Tara Sutaria-Aadar Jain's dance at Armaan Jain's reception is going viralIndia Newzstreet MediaWhen Neeru Bajwa And Amit Sadh Were Madly In Love – A Look At Their Passionate Love StorySpotboyeWhat’s Wrong at Tripadvisor?Skift'Was Pandit Nehru communal?' Modi quotes first PM to defend citizenship lawIndia Newzstreet MediaKuwait seeks information on alleged Airbus bribery case - KUNAReutersExplained: What is Female Genital Mutilation, why is it practisedThe Indian ExpressIsha Ambani is the latest to don the sequin sari; see picsThe Indian ExpressNurses Treating Coronavirus Patients Have Been Left with Marks on Faces Due to MasksNews18Seen with tukde-tukde crowd, now speaking about CAA: PM Modi attacks OppositionIndia Newzstreet MediaCBI Arrests OSD to Delhi Dy CM Manish Sisodia on Bribery ChargesThe Quint'I was speaking for last 30-40 minutes, but tubelight works slowly': PM Modi mocks Rahul Gandhi's intervention in Lok SabhaFree Press JournalRIL to lose hundreds of crores in income as chemical that puts it in world’s top 5 gets cheaperFinancial ExpressCouldn't Do More Than 3 Crunches Because I Was Heavy and Not Fit, Says Sara Ali KhanNews18Volkswagen unveils next Motorsport chapter with Race Polo at Auto Expo 2020India Newzstreet MediaPolitics heats up over MP lynching: BJP blames Kamal Nath govt; Congress releases pic of arrested sarpanch with Shivraj Singh ChouhanFirstpost
2020-01-20Man detained for attempting to kill mother of woman he tracked down - The Media Hq
Man detained for attempting to kill mother of woman he tracked down LATEST NEWS Man detained for attempting to kill mother of woman he tracked down By James Mumaw - January 20, 2020 32 Facebook Twitter Pinterest WhatsApp Ulhasnagar: A 28-year-old auto rickshaw driver from Ulhasnagar was arrested for allegedly attempting to kill a 52-year-old mother from a woman he was tracking. Central police said the accused had been identified as Naresh aka Sonu Anil Gangawane (28). Victim Meena Tayde (52), a chiffonier, lived with her 30-year-old daughter and two children at Powai Chowk in Ulhasnagar. Her daughter was also a chiffonier and had been separated from her husband ten years ago. The accused is said to have tracked Tayde’s daughter for six months, but Tayde had rejected his advances. He also used to abuse the two women. Ishwar Kokare, assistant police inspector, central police station, said: “Sunday afternoon, under the influence of alcohol, the accused went to Tayde’s home and attacked her with a sword Tayde was severely injured in the hands. Residents took her central hospital to Ulhasnagar for treatment. ” A case was registered against him under 307,504,506 of the Indian Penal Code and various sections of the gun law. . TAGSarrestedattemptingdetainedKillManman detainedMothertrackedulhasnagarWoman Facebook Twitter Pinterest WhatsApp Previous articleDonald Trump, a racist, sends a terrible tweet about MLK Jr. Day – Mother JonesNext articleSupreme Court ruling: Dogara reacts to Tambuwal, Mohammed’s victory James Mumaw RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR LATEST NEWS A Dillon deal is there if the sharks take John Moore ENTERTAINMENT Bell Let’s Talk and the corporatization of mental health ENTERTAINMENT Thomas Markle accuses daughter Meghan and Prince Harry of “depreciating the crown” ENTERTAINMENT Thomas Markle accuses daughter Meghan and Prince Harry of “depreciating the crown” ENTERTAINMENT Gorillaz shares the details of Song Machine and announces a new song with slowthai and Slaves ENTERTAINMENT ABSA / Barclays Bank publish an official declaration responding to the use of their logo in the simulation video “Ataa Adwoa” by Lil Win LATEST NEWS Elizabeth Warren’s confusing description of Indian Dish has left the Internet hungry for answers ENTERTAINMENT James Mumaw - January 23, 2020 0 Meghan Markle and Prince Harry Agree to All Interview With Gayle King Amid Mexit Drama! January 11, 2020 Why hundreds of Americans jumped into the icy water in Santa’s hats to ring in 2020 January 2, 2020 Home Privacy Policy Terms and Conditions Dmca Policy Disclaimer Contact Us About Us ©
2020-01-20Man held for bid to kill mother of woman he stalked - Free Press Journal
Man held for bid to kill mother of woman he stalkedBy Narendra GuptaRepresentational PicUlhasnagar: A 28-year-old auto-rickshaw driver from Ulhasnagar was arrested for allegedly attempting to kill a 52- year-old mother of a woman whom he had been stalking. Central police said the accused has been identified as Naresh alias Sonu Anil Gangawane (28).The victim Meena Tayde (52), a ragpicker, lived with her 30-year-old daughter, and her two children in Powai Chowk in Ulhasnagar. Her daughter also a ragpicker and had been separated from her husband ten years ago.The accused was allegedly stalking Tayde's daughter since last six months but the latter had been spurning his advances. He also used to abuse the two women.Ishwar Kokare, assistant police inspector Central police station said, "On Sunday afternoon, under the influences of alcohol, the accused went to Tayde's home and attacked her with a sword. Tayde suffered severe injuries on hands. Locals took her Central hospital in Ulhasnagar where she was undergoing treatment". A case was registered against him under 307,504,506 of Indian Penal Code and various section of the Arms Act.Also Read'Give creative minds their space': Bombay HC asks FTII to 'pardon' female student(For all the latest News, Mumbai, Entertainment, Cricket, Business and Featured News updates, visit Free Press Journal. Also, follow us on Twitter and Instagram and do like our Facebook page for continuous updates on the go)arrestedulhasnagarman heldRecent StoriesMajor fire breaks out in seven-storey market complex in Surat; 60 fire engines rushed to spotThree rockets hit near US embassy in Baghdad, no casualties UP blanket seizure: 112 booked for social media postsBudget 2020: Collapse on many fronts, economy is but one indicatorSanjay Raut's brother may become MHADA chairman trending About UsCareersDisclaimerPrivacy PolicyContact UsAdvertise With UsRSSFree Press Journal | Powered by Quintype Follow us on Close Free Press Journal www.freepressjournal.in INSTALL APP
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2020-01-20Man held for attacking woman with sword in Thane - United News of India
Man held for attacking woman with sword in ThaneThane, Jan 20 (UNI) A 28-year-old rickshaw driver was arrested on the alleged charges of attacking a woman with swords, police said on Monday.The accused Sonu Naresh Anil Gangawane has been booked under IPC sections 307 (attempt to murder) and 504 (intentional insult) of the IPC and sections 4 and 25 of the Arms Act.The victim said in a complaint that she stays at Powai Chowk area of the Ulhasnagar township with her married daughter and her two children. Her daughter had separated from her husband for the last ten years.Please log in to get detailed story. 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UNI PhotoJAMMU, JAN 20 (UNI):- Commissioner Secretary Education Hridesh Kumar, Director SSA Dr Arun Manhas and other dignitaries with specially abled children watching 'Kanon Dekho Movie' in Jammu on Monday. UNI PHOTO-125UMELBOURNE, Jan. 20 (Xinhua) -- Zhang Shuai of China celebrates after the women's singles first round match between Sloane Stephens of the United States and Zhang Shuai of China at the Australian Open tennis championship in Melbourne, Australia on Jan. 20, 2020. Xinhua/UNI PHOTO-9FLOS ANGELES, Jan. 20 (Xinhua) -- Laura Dern poses for a photo with the award for Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Supporting Role in "Marriage Story" at the 26th Annual Screen Actors Guild (SAG) Awards held at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, the United States, Jan. 19, 2020. Xinhua/UNI PHOTO-8FJAMMU, JAN 20 (UNI):- Union MoS for Women and Child Development, Sushri Debasree Chaudhuri being presented memento by Deputy Commissioner Jammu Sushma Chauhan during an outreach programme launched by the Central government in Marh block of Jammu on Monday. UNI PHOTO-124UUDHAMPUR, JAN 20 (UNI):- Union MoS Road,Transport and Highways Gen (Retd) V K Singh addressing a gathering As part of public outreach programme launched by the Central government in Udhampur district of Jammu and Kashmir on Monday. UNI PHOTO-123UTHIRUVANANTHAPURAM, JAN 20 (UNI):- Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan inaugurating the Nishagandhi dance festival in Thiruvananthapuram on Monday. UNI PHOTO-122UNEW DELHI, JAN 20 (UNI):- President Ram Nath Kovind addressing at the 14th Ramnath Goenka Excellence in Journalism Awards, in New Delhi on Monday. 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2020-01-19Second cluster university in south Mumbai gets govt nod - Times of India
Second cluster university in south Mumbai gets govt nodTop Searches:Uddhav ThackerayShiv SenaSanjay RautFire in MumbaiAjit PawarSecond cluster university in south Mumbai gets govt nodYogita Rao | TNN | Updated: Jan 19, 2020, 9:52 ISTRepresentative imageMUMBAI: HSNC University, managed by the Hyderabad (Sind) National Collegiate Board, will become the first state university to be run by a charitable trust. It will also be the second cluster university in the state as well as south Mumbai, the first being Dr Homi Bhabha State University. The proposal for HSNC, which was put on hold for a while, was recently cleared by both the state and the Centre. While HSNC will get a state university status, its constituent colleges-HR, KC and Bombay Teachers' Training Colleges-will be allowed to retain their minority and grant-in aid status. This will mean the existing courses and departments run by individual colleges will continue to have 50% reservation for the Sindhi minority, but the new ones started under the university will run like any other state university such as Mumbai and Pune. HSNC university to come up in Worli, 1st session to commence this yearThe HSNC University will be headquartered in the upmarket Worli locality, which earlier housed Watumull College of Engineering managed by the same group. The college was shifted to Ulhasnagar a few years ago and the building is now being renovated and is likely to be ready in three months. The university will start functioning from the 2020-21 session. An official from one of the colleges said some technicalities still need to be worked out on independent roles of the colleges. The vice-chancellor’s appointment will be done by a committee which will have representatives from the state government and the parent body—in this case, the HSNC board. The board will also have the power to recommend a provost to the university, who will be the link between the chancellor and the vice-chancellor, said HSNCB secretary Dinesh Panjwani. The state governor will be the chancellor of the newly formed university, as is the case with all other public universities. Panjwani further said it is the first model in the state and in the country where the parent body of a state university is a charitable trust. The university will have the potential to become a role model for private trusts in other states where it can be replicated, he said. The cluster university, though, will not be an affiliating body. According to the gazette notification released by the state government, only three colleges—HR, KC and Bombay Teachers’ Training College—will be its constituent colleges. “In future, if the university wishes to adopt more colleges—only the ones run by the HSNC Board—we will have to seek permission from the state government and a fresh notification will have to be issued,” said Panjwani. The concept fits into the framework recommended in the proposed National Education Policy as well, which states that all institutions should be made degree-awarding universities. Under the Rashtriya Uchchatar Shikshan Abhiyan (RUSA), the new university will get 60% of the Rs 55-crore grant set aside for each cluster university and HSNC board will have to raise the remaining 40%. The funding will be used to create new infrastructure, new courses, academic development, appointments, etc. Academic bodies under the new university will be formed with help from all the three constituent colleges. To get a global outlook, the board has invited experts from a Malaysian university on January 20. The university may have a school of law, school of management, independent research departments in the future. HSNC will be the second cluster university in the city after Dr Homi Bhabha State University which brought together Sydenham, Elphinstone, Secondary Training College and Institute of Science. The latter, though, was a cluster formed with government colleges alone. 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2020-01-19Mobile phone shop owner cheated of Rs 4.9 lakh - Free Press Journal
Mobile phone shop owner cheated of Rs 4.9 lakhBy PTIRepresentational PicThane: A 26-year-old mobile shop owner from Ulhasnagar in Thane district was allegedly cheated of Rs 4.90 lakh by three Delhi-based dealers, police said on Sunday.Vikas Sawant has told police that he placed an order of 113 mobile phones with three dealers identified as Mohammad Istakar, Rahisuddin and Mujahid Hussain, and paid Rs 4.90 lakh, an official said."However, mobile phones worth Rs 1.70 lakh were defective. Even before these phones could be replaced, he placed another order for 123 phones and made payment of Rs 3.20 lakh. This second consignment consisted of two empty parcels delivered to him in December," he said.The dealers have closed their shop in Laxmi Nagar in Delhi and have fled, the official added.A case of cheating was registered at Central police station on Friday, but no arrests have been made, he said. Also ReadThieves steal mobile phones worth Rs 17 lakh in Dombivili(For all the latest News, Mumbai, Entertainment, Cricket, Business and Featured News updates, visit Free Press Journal. Also, follow us on Twitter and Instagram and do like our Facebook page for continuous updates on the go)Fraudulhasnagarmobile phoneshop ownerRecent StoriesSecond major reshuffle; Ashwini Bhide MD Mumbai Metro Rail Corp transferred Court modifies Chandrashekhar Azad's bail conditions, allows him to visit DelhiRajinikanth should think before speaking about people like Periyar: MK StalinWill New Delhi seat repeat its magic of giving Chief Ministers? 'Protest as much as you can, CAA will not be withdrawn': Amit Shah trending About UsCareersDisclaimerPrivacy PolicyContact UsAdvertise With UsRSSFree Press Journal | Powered by Quintype Follow us on Close Free Press Journal www.freepressjournal.in INSTALL APP
2020-01-19Maharashtra: Mobile phone shop owner cheated of Rs 4.9 lakh - Times of India
Maharashtra: Mobile phone shop owner cheated of Rs 4.9 lakhMaharashtra: Mobile phone shop owner cheated of Rs 4.9 lakhPTI | Jan 19, 2020, 17:58 ISTRepresentative image. THANE: A 26-year-old mobile shop owner from Ulhasnagar in Thane district was allegedly cheated of Rs 4.90 lakh by three Delhi-based dealers, police said on Sunday. Vikas Sawant has told police that he placed an order of 113 mobile phones with three dealers identified as Mohammad Istakar, Rahisuddin and Mujahid Hussain, and paid Rs 4.90 lakh, an official said. "However, mobile phones worth Rs 1.70 lakh were defective. Even before these phones could be replaced, he placed another order for 123 phones and made payment of Rs 3.20 lakh. This second consignment consisted of two empty parcels delivered to him in December," he said. The dealers have closed their shop in Laxmi Nagar in Delhi and have fled, the official added. A case of cheating was registered at Central police station on Friday, but no arrests have been made, he said. Download The Times of India News App for Latest City News.more from times of india citiesDelhi news todayMumbai RainsBangalore RainsDelhi EarthquakeChennai RainsOdisha Elections 2019Delhi PollutionMumbai FloodsAP Elections 2019Trending TopicsIND vs AUS Live ScoreShirdi BandhAAP manifestoUnder 19 World CupDelhi elections 2020Nirbhaya caseQassem SoleimaniCongress Candidate listLive Cricket ScoreCBSE Admit CardLATEST VIDEOSCityOn cam: Man convicted of minor's rape attacks female journalist in court premises Watch: Critically-ill cop stranded in Lahaul-Spiti carried on stretcher for 7km Delhi police arrest two dreaded criminals Theft attempt at Andhra ATM caught on camera More from TOIHow to make DIY calcium powder with eggshellsThis lesser known Indian spice can be a solution to several of your health problems!Smart TVs with incredible built-in soundDrive stress-free with these top Digital Car Tyre InflatorsNavbharat TimesFeatured Today in TravelQuick LinksShiv SenaMumbai floodsMamata BanerjeePriyanka GandhiChandrababu NaiduAditya ThackerayMadras High CourtTejashwi YadavFire in MumbaiTejasvi SuryaPawan KalyanArvind KejriwalYogi AdityanathSrinagar encounterGet the appTrending Now in CitiesVaranasi newsShimla newsSrinagar newsPatna newsMeerut newsMadurai newsLucknow newsKanpur newsJammu newsJaipur newsGhaziabad newsFaridabad newsOther Times Group news sitesThe Economic TimesMumbai MirrorIGN IndiaHindi Economic TimesTimes NowI am GujaratPune MirrorTamil SamayamBangalore MirrorMaharashtra TimesTelugu SamayamAhmedabad MirrorGo GreenMiss KyraItsMyAscentNavbharat TimesEducation TimesFILMIPOP HindiBrand CapitalEisamayIndiatimesGujarati Economic TimesVijaya KarnatakaMalayalam SamayamTimes FoodGames AppMX PlayerTimesPointsLiving and entertainmentiDivaMensXP.comFeminaETimesGraziaZoomTravel DestinationsBombay TimesCricbuzz.comFilmfareOnline SongsTVLife & Style Longwalks AppNewspaper SubscriptionFood NewsTimes PrimeWhats Hottop trendsIND vs AUS Live ScoreShirdi BandhAAP manifestoUnder 19 World CupDelhi elections 2020Nirbhaya caseQassem SoleimaniCongress Candidate listLive Cricket ScoreCBSE Admit CardKanpur horrorDonald TrumpNEET UG CorrectionWhat is CAABudget 2020 DateHardik PatelIPL 2020 Players ListHoroscope todayservicesAds 2 BookBank Exam AppET Money Finance AppCouponDuniaDineoutMagicbricksTechgigTimes JobsBollywood NewsTimes MobileBuy CarRemit 2 IndiaTC NextBikes in IndiaUsed CarsAstro SpeakGadgets NowCareersColombiaPopular CategoriesHeadlinesSports NewsBusiness NewsIndia NewsWorld NewsBollywood NewsHealth & Fitness TipsIndian TV ShowsCelebrity Photoshot on the webJuhi ChawlaAnushka SharmaShabana Azmi InjuredMalaika AroraSouth Indian ActressPriyanka ChopraAnushka SharmaEsha GuptaJaved AkhtarTrending topicsEsha GuptaShabana AzmiUrvashi RautelaPM Prays for ShabanaShabana Azmi’s DriverJanhvi KapoorShah Rukh KhanSara Ali KhanTrolls Attacking DeepikaChhapaak Box OfficeBigg Boss 13Weigh Loss StoryTikTok Overtake FacebookOneplus Invisible CameraHuawei P40 Pro First LookSamsung WatchiPhone 12Amazon App QuizFollow us onfacebooktwitterrss feedyoutubedownload toi appandroidiphoneBlackBerryipadwindows phoneText resize:aaaAbout us Create Your Own Ad Terms of Use and Grievance Redressal Policy Privacy policy Advertise with us RSS Sitemap Archives Copyright © 2019 Bennett, Coleman & Co. Ltd. All rights reserved. For reprint rights: Times Syndication Service
2020-01-18HSNC univ to come up in Worli, 1st session to commence this yr - Times of India
HSNC univ to come up in Worli, 1st session to commence this yrTop Searches:Uddhav ThackerayShiv SenaSanjay RautFire in MumbaiAjit PawarHSNC univ to come up in Worli, 1st session to commence this yrYogita Rao | TNN | Updated: Jan 18, 2020, 23:39 ISTMumbai: The HSNC University will be headquartered in the upmarket Worli locality, which earlier housed Watumull College of Engineering managed by the same group. The college was shifted to Ulhasnagar a few years ago and the building is now being renovated and is likely to be ready in three months. The university will start functioning from the 2020-21 session. An official from one of the colleges said some technicalities still need to be worked out on independent roles of the colleges. The vice-chancellor’s appointment will be done by a committee which will have representatives from the state government and the parent body—in this case, the HSNC board. The board will also have the power to recommend a provost to the university, who will be the link between the chancellor and the vice-chancellor, said HSNCB secretary Dinesh Panjwani. The state governor will be the chancellor of the newly formed university, as is the case with all other public universities. Panjwani further said it is the first model in the state and in the country where the parent body of a state university is a charitable trust. The university will have the potential to become a role model for private trusts in other states where it can be replicated, he said. The cluster university, though, will not be an affiliating body. According to the gazette notification released by the state government, only three colleges—HR, KC and Bombay Teachers’ Training College—will be its constituent colleges. “In future, if the university wishes to adopt more colleges—only the ones run by the HSNC Board—we will have to seek permission from the state government and a fresh notification will have to be issued,” said Panjwani. The concept fits into the framework recommended in the proposed National Education Policy as well, which states that all institutions should be made degree-awarding universities. Under the Rashtriya Uchchatar Shikshan Abhiyan (RUSA), the new university will get 60% of the Rs 55-crore grant set aside for each cluster university and HSNC board will have to raise the remaining 40%. The funding will be used to create new infrastructure, new courses, academic development, appointments, etc. Academic bodies under the new university will be formed with help from all the three constituent colleges. To get a global outlook, the board has invited experts from a Malaysian university on January 20. The university may have a school of law, school of management, independent research departments in the future. HSNC will be the second cluster university in the city after Dr Homi Bhabha State University which brought together Sydenham, Elphinstone, Secondary Training College and Institute of Science. The latter, though, was a cluster formed with government colleges alone. 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2020-01-17Ahmedabad-Mumbai Tejas Express Flagged off - Mumbai Live
Ahmedabad-Mumbai Tejas Express Flagged offAhmedabad-Mumbai Tejas Express Flagged offBy Mumbai Live Team MumbaiSHAREIndian Railway's first privately operated train, Tejas Express started its maiden journey today. It was given the green flag from Ahmedabad's Kalupur Railway Station by Gujarat Chief Minister Vijay Rupan. He also said that Gujrat is the first state in the Western region to get a private train and it will streghten the ties between the two states. The commercial run for the train will start from January 19. Also Read: Yet Another Accident From Railways, 2 Injured At Vithalwadi And Ulhasnagar StationEven 10 days prior to the first commerical journey, 70 per cent of its tickets i.e. 501 seats out of 736 have already been booked. The majority of booking are from Ahmedabad as its an early morning train. The ticket fare for an executive coach ticket is ₹2,537, while an air-conditioned chair coach seat is available for ₹1,347. The first Tejas Express is currently operating on the Delhi-Lucknow route. Notably, the passengers on Central line will be receiving the comfort of air-conditioned local trains as the first AC local train service will be operational between Thane and Panvel and Panvel and Vashi railway stations on the trans-Harbour section by the end of January 2020.Also Read: Western Railways To Renovate Charni Road, Grant Road, And Marine Lines StationsRELATED TOPICSWestern RailwayPrivate ExpressTejas ExpressIRCTCExpressIssuesPassengersLatest NewsMetro One starts issuing paper QR tickets; will fully replace plastic tokens by MarchTraffic congestion costs Daily commuters in Mumbai 85 minutes every dayMMRDA to shift Wadala Metro station by 53m to make way for GST Bhavan Bombay HC addresses PIL about the growing issue of double parking in the cityMotorists in Mumbai can expect improved roads by monsoon 2021Rooftop indicators to be mandatory for kaali-peeli from Feb 1  Loading More News...YouTube VideosRelated NewsThird incident of stale food reported in the last seven days on Indian trainsStale Food Served In Tejas Express, Contractors Fined ₹1 LakhBEST launches new AC bus service between KEM Hospital and DadarGoregaon's FOB To Be Closed From January 11Rajyarani Express to soon run till NandedBMC to widen feeder roads connecting Goregaon-Mulund Link Road ABOUT US THE GUIDEBOOK TERMS & CONDITIONS PRIVACY POLICY FEEDBACK CONTACT USPLAY ONLINE CARD GAMES AND WINA Zenlive Media Private Limited Venture | © 2018 Mumbai Live. All Rights Reserved.×Share NowShareTweet
2020-01-16Sister marries Hindu youth, angry brother did this dreadful crime - News Track English
Sister marries Hindu youth, angry brother did this dreadful crime By Shivani Gite Jan 16 2020 10:27 AM Crime In shocking news, A man kills his own brother-in-law as he didn't like to her sister getting married to a muslim man. In this case, absconding brother has been arrested by the Vitthalwadi police of Ulhasnagar with the help of Poona police. According to the news received, the court has ordered Altaf to be kept in police custody till Monday. According to the complete information received in this case, "Anand Raju Sonawane (22) Bharat alias Sonya Chandrakant Lashkar (22) talks at around 9:30 pm on November 4 near the water tank behind the Ulhasnagar center number 4 Taxila school. Suddenly Altaf came with some of his friends and shot Bharat at first with a revolver and later attacked him with a sharp weapon and escaped from the bike. In this case it has also been told that the police sent Bharat to the local central hospital for treatment and the doctors there declared Bharat dead. At the same time, the Vitthalwadi police had already arrested all the accused, but he escaped, and to catch him, the police laid a trap at many places and finally somehow the police arrested him. Also Read: This app is being offered to complain of sexual harassment and to help women Man raped teenager in the field, made her pornographic video and posted it on social media Priest used to rape girls in the pretext of holy bath Two groups had fierce firing and then murder   In shocking news, A man kills his own brother-in-law as he didn't like to her sister getting married to a muslim man. In this case, absconding brother has been arrested by the Vitthalwadi police of Ulhasnagar with the help of Poona police. According to the news received, the court has ordered Altaf to be kept in police custody till Monday. According to the complete information received in this case, "Anand Raju Sonawane (22) Bharat alias Sonya Chandrakant Lashkar (22) talks at around 9:30 pm on November 4 near the water tank behind the Ulhasnagar center number 4 Taxila school. Suddenly Altaf came with some of his friends and shot Bharat at first with a revolver and later attacked him with a sharp weapon and escaped from the bike. In this case it has also been told that the police sent Bharat to the local central hospital for treatment and the doctors there declared Bharat dead. At the same time, the Vitthalwadi police had already arrested all the accused, but he escaped, and to catch him, the police laid a trap at many places and finally somehow the police arrested him. 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2020-01-16Kids from Mumbai bag trophy at 16th State-level UCMAS Abacus & Mental Arithmetic Competition 2020 - India Education Diary
Kids from Mumbai bag trophy at 16th State-level UCMAS Abacus & Mental... National News Kids from Mumbai bag trophy at 16th State-level UCMAS Abacus & Mental Arithmetic Competition 2020 January 16, 2020 0 11 Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter Mumbai: Proving mind-bending math capabilities, 9-year-old Siddharth Saboo (Thane) and three other Mumbai-based students have won the 16th State-Level Abacus & Mental Arithmetic competition held on Sunday, January 12 in Mumbai. Saboo’s win helped him lift the ‘Champion of Champions’ title trophy and bag a cash prize worth ₹30,000. 4,000 UCMAS students across Maharashtra had participated in the UCMAS Abacus & Mental Arithmetic Competition 2020 between the age groups of 4-14 years. The complex text involved solving 200 mathematical problems in 8 minutes, using only the abacus or mental maths. The final four winners are all Mumbaikars from different Mumbai-based UCMAS centres. The other winners for this prestigious contest included Aditya Satyanarayan Gowds from Prerna Academy on Mira Road (Foundation Module Champion), Ronil Ravi Aswani from Bhavya Ucmas Academy in Ulhasnagar (Construction Module Champion) and Sharvari Dinesh Velkar from Aspire Academy in Bandra East (Advance Model Champion). The trio received a cash award of ₹6,000 each and an additional ‘Champions’ reward of ₹3,000. Dr. Snehal Karia, President & CEO of UCMAS India, Dr. Chris Chew, Executive Director of UC International (Malaysia), Wong Zi- UC International (Malaysia) and Anjana Roy, Principal of PDMP IES Primary School were invited as chief guests for the competition and felicitated the winners. CBS Education Pvt Ltd, the Master Franchisee for UCMAS (Mumbai region), had organised the competition. CD Mishra, Director of CBS Education, gushed over the win and said, “It is a very proud moment for us. Our main objective behind organising this competition is to find abacus genius and to develop a healthy competitive spirit among the children while giving them an opportunity and platform to showcase their talent.” UCMAS stands for Universal Concept Mental Arithmetic System (UCMAS), an international educational organisation that is the global leader in whole brain development and mental arithmetic training. It runs training centres in mental arithmetic all over India and abroad. It trains children of 4-14 years in arithmetic and enhances skills like concentration, creativity, listening and photographic memory. SHARE Facebook Twitter tweet Previous articlePHASE 2020: Indo-UK workshop on applied photonics concludes at IIT GandhinagarNext articleSuncity School hosts National Science Exhibition 2019-20 iednewsdesk RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR National News Indian Higher Education Institutes should focus on Climate Change Researches to Climb Up Global Rankings National News Former IPS, Shri K. Annamalai Appointed as the Goodwill Ambassador for Akshaya Patra’s National Endeavour for Student Transformation National News Former IPS, Shri K. Annamalai Appointed as the Goodwill Ambassador for Akshaya Patra’s National Endeavour for Student Transformation National News Suresh Khatanhar appointed as Deputy Managing Director of IDBI Bank National News Courage, charisma and continuity: The FC Goa machine that refuses to break down National News TRIO World School announces franchise opportunities for their Pre-school and K -12 ventures Leave a Reply Cancel reply Stay connected2,417FansLike183FollowersFollow HzincLatest article Indian Higher Education Institutes should focus on Climate Change Researches to Climb Up Global... National News January 17, 2020 0   To deliberate upon some of the key challenges and opportunities faced by the universities in the subcontinent, Times Higher Education (THE) India Universities Forum... Hindustan Coca-Cola Beverages distributes 11,000 cotton bags to encourage use of sustainable materials Educational News January 17, 2020 0 Srikalahasti: Hindustan Coca-Cola Beverages (HCCB), one of India’s top FMCG companies, distributed around 11,000 cotton bags at the recently concluded second leg of its... POWERGRID accredited Registered Education Provider (R.E.P.) of Project Management Institute (PMI)® Edu Events January 17, 2020 0   Mumbai: POWERGRID, India’s largest Electric Power Transmission Utility and a Maharatna Company, becomes the first Indian PSU to be accredited as Registered Education Provider... About Advertisement Team Press Release Blog Disclaimer Privacy Policy Contact us © Copyright India Education Diary MORE STORIES Indian Higher Education Institutes should focus on Climate Change Researches to... January 17, 2020 Hindustan Coca-Cola Beverages distributes 11,000 cotton bags to encourage use of... January 17, 2020 POWERGRID accredited Registered Education Provider (R.E.P.) of Project Management Institute (PMI)® January 17, 2020
2020-01-15Body found in Ulhasnagar: Wife, man’s friend held - Hindustan Times
2020-01-15Woman accused of burning her retired naval officer husband in Badlapur, to be arrested soon - Hindustan Times
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2020-01-14Explained: How Malappuram topped the list of world’s ‘fastest growing cities’ - The Indian Express
Explained: How Malappuram topped the list of world’s ‘fastest growing cities’ Explained: How Malappuram topped the list of world’s ‘fastest growing cities’ The list, based on data from the United Nations Population Division, appears unusual; this is because the total fertility rate (TFR, the number of children a woman is likely to have in the childbearing age of 15-49) in Kerala is 1.8 as per NITI Aayog data from 2016 — below the replacement rate of 2.1. Written by Nushaiba Iqbal | New Delhi | Updated: January 14, 2020 8:48:29 am Another Kerala city, Thrissur, is No. 13, and the capital Thiruvananthapuram is No. 33 on the UN list. Tiruppur in Tamil Nadu — which has an even lower TFR of 1.6 — is No. 30. Surat in Gujarat (TFR of 2.2) is No. 27. In a chart posted on its official Twitter handle last week, The Economist put Malappuram at the top of the “Top ten fastest-growing cities” in the world, based on “Total % change, 2015-20 forecast”. The list, based on data from the United Nations Population Division, appears unusual; this is because the total fertility rate (TFR, the number of children a woman is likely to have in the childbearing age of 15-49) in Kerala is 1.8 as per NITI Aayog data from 2016 — below the replacement rate of 2.1. Another Kerala city, Thrissur, is No. 13, and the capital Thiruvananthapuram is No. 33 on the UN list. Tiruppur in Tamil Nadu — which has an even lower TFR of 1.6 — is No. 30. Surat in Gujarat (TFR of 2.2) is No. 27. There is no representation on the list from high population growth states like Bihar and UP. So, does “fastest growing” refer to population? How is a “city” defined? The UN list refers to “urban agglomerations” (UA), which are extended areas built around an existing town along with its outgrowths — typically villages or other residential areas or universities, ports, etc., on the outskirts of the town. The Census defines a UA as “a continuous urban spread consisting of a town and its adjoining urban outgrowths or two or more physically contiguous towns together”. Thus, the UA of Greater Mumbai includes Greater Mumbai and the municipal corporation areas of Mira-Bhayander, Thane, Navi Mumbai, and Kalyan-Dombivali, plus the municipal council areas of Ulhasnagar, Ambernath and Badlapur. The National Capital Territory of Delhi is a UA that includes the Municipal Corporation of Delhi (MCD) and New Delhi Municipal Council (NDMC) areas, as well as 107 “Census towns” — erstwhile surrounding villages where more than 75% of the population is now engaged in non-agricultural pursuits. Source: UN Population Division The Economist has listed the rate at which the populations of the UAs are expected to increase between 2015 and 2020. Since data on India and many other countries were not available for 2015 (the last Census in India was in 2011), the UN report used projections of UAs’ populations — estimates based on past population growth data. The rate of growth between 2015 and 2020 thus calculated provides a measure of the pace of urbanisation. How does urban population grow? Urban populations can grow when the birth rate exceeds the death rate (natural growth); when workers migrate to the city in search of jobs; when more areas get included within the boundaries of the city; or when existing rural areas are reclassified as urban. The low fertility rate in Kerala means the increase in the population of Malappuram and other cities is not because women are having more children; rather it is because more villages are being transformed into towns, and city borders are expanding. According to the Census definition, an urban area is either a census town (CT) or a statutory town (ST). An ST is any place with a municipal corporation, municipal council, or cantonment board. A CT can be a village with “urban characteristics” — a population more than 5,000, population density more than 400 people per sq km, and with more than 75% of the population not engaged in agriculture for their livelihood. When a village becomes a CT, its population is included in the urban population of the district. Could migration have caused the increase? Migration can either increase or decrease the population of a town. Kerala sees both emigration — migration from the state to other places — and immigration — the migration of workers to the state, said Shamindra Nath Roy of the Centre for Policy Research. Also, Roy said, “the remittances that emigrants send allow the residents of villages to move away from agriculture, which changes the status of a village to census town.” Source: The Economist Why then are Malappuram (44%), Kozhikode (34.5%), and Kollam (31%) growing so fast? These cities are seeing rapid urbanisation, and the main reason is the inclusion of new areas in the UA’s limits. In 2001, there were two municipal corporations within the UA of Malappuram. In 2011, the number of municipal corporations had doubled to four, and an additional 37 CTs were included within Malappuram. The population of the UA (excluding the residents of the outgrowths) increased almost 10 times in the same period — from 1,70,409 to 16,99,060 — obviously because of the inclusion of existing urban areas in the town. Similarly, Kollam UA grew from one municipal corporation in 2001 to 23 CTs, one municipal corporation, and one municipal council in 2011. Its population increased by 130%, even though the population of the original ST of Kollam actually decreased by 4%. Why is this not seen elsewhere in India? In Kerala, urbanisation is driven by a move away from agriculture, which leads to a change in a village’s Census classification status. This is evident from the large number of CTs that were included in the UAs of the state since the last Census. On the other hand, except Delhi, the more populous cities in the North had fewer CTs in 2011. For example, Ahmedabad, with a population of 71,09,000, had only 10 CTs; Pune (population 57,46,000) had one CT; Surat (population 56,71,000) had four CTs in 2011. While the pace of urbanisation has been slower in the North, some unnaturally high increases in the population can be expected after the 2021 Census — because in some cases, villages on the peripheries were brought within the administrative boundaries of the cities. In 2017, Maharashtra approved the inclusion of 34 villages in the Pune Municipal Corporation; comparing the population of Pune in 2011 to that in 2021 would therefore, be like comparing apples and oranges, since the city itself will have changed in that period. Similarly, 65 villages may be added to Ahmedabad by the end of 2020. But is this kind of increased urbanisation good for the economy? Yes and no. Urbanisation leads to the growth of cities, which are sites of infrastructure like universities, hospitals, and public transport facilities. There are more opportunities for the youth, which is why they attract young people and entrepreneurs. In India, people moving to cities leave behind (to some extent) caste and class divisions that dominate life in the villages, and can hope to climb up the social ladder. However, unplanned urbanisation can be “exclusionary”, making it difficult for migrants to live there given the high cost. “Unregulated housing, lack of reliable public transport, and longer commutes within these towns puts a strain on the meagre resources of migrants,” said Kanhu Charan Pradhan of CPR, who studies patterns of urbanisation, interaction between rural and urban areas, and migration in India. 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2020-01-14Bombay High Court paves way for dam construction on Kalu river - Free Press Journal
Bombay High Court paves way for dam construction on Kalu riverBy Staff Reporter A bench of Justices Satyaranjan Dharmadhikari and Riyaz Chagla vacated the stay on the construction workBombay High CourtMumbai: Observing that by the next 10 years, the population of Mumbai and its demand for water would increase many folds, the Bombay High Court on Monday vacated the stay, it had imposed on the construction work of a dam on Kalu river. The stay has been vacated after a gap of nearly eight years from now.A bench of Justices Satyaranjan Dharmadhikari and Riyaz Chagla vacated the stay on the construction work of the Kalu dam at Murbad town in neighbouring Thane district. The stay was imposed in March 2012 after another bench of the HC led by Justice (now retd.) DD Sinha found that the requisite green clearances were not obtained by the then Maharashtra government from the Union Ministry of Environment and Forest (MoEF).The project has been in a limbo since then despite the fact that various division benches of the HC sought to know the stand of the MoEF. However, when the matter came up for hearing before Justice Dharmadikari on Monday, the bench vacated the stay.“By 2031, there would be an increase in the population of Mumbai and the nearby cities. This dam is aimed at providing water supply to Mumbai and the neighbouring districts like Thane, Ulhasnagar and New Mumbai,” Justice Dharmadhikari said.“Thus, we are of the considered opinion that the project work must resume and the stay must be vacated. However, we clarify that the construction can start only after the government obtains the requisite green clearances,” Justice Dharmadhikari said while vacating the stay.The bench was dealing with a public interest litigation (PIL) filed by an NGO – Shramik Mukti Sanghatana – highlighting the alleged ‘high-handedness’ of the authorities for proceeding with the construction work of the dam without conforming with the mandatory rules and the due procedure of law. It also argued that the project would submerge an area of 2,100 hectares, including 1,000 hectares of dense forest.Apart from this petition, the project was opposed by the tribals living in the area, who also refused to accept the rehabilitation offers by the then government.Bombay high courtdam constructionKalu riverRecent StoriesShashi Tharoor sheepishly apologies for calling Arvind Kejriwal an 'eunuch'Kerala govt moves SC against CAA, says act violates Constitution UP identifies 32,000 refugees under CAACM Uddhav Thackeray on a mission to boost project implementation Maha Congress calls for all party protest against CAA-NRC on Jan 24 trending About UsCareersDisclaimerPrivacy PolicyContact UsAdvertise With UsRSSFree Press Journal | Powered by Quintype Follow us on Close Free Press Journal www.freepressjournal.in INSTALL APP
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2020-01-12Thane: Class 12th pass woman dupes 10 job aspirants of Rs 6.5 lakh, held - Times of India
Thane: Class 12th pass woman dupes 10 job aspirants of Rs 6.5 lakh, heldThane: Class 12th pass woman dupes 10 job aspirants of Rs 6.5 lakh, heldPradeep Gupta | TNN | Jan 12, 2020, 12:33 ISTRepresentative imageKALYAN: Police have arrested a 38-year old woman for allegedly duping 10 educated people including eight women of Rs 6.5 lakh by promising them jobs in civic bodies and government agencies on Saturday. The accused, who has only studied up to Class 12, has been identified as Kavita Fatangale, a resident of Sai Leela Apartment in Titwala (East). The arrest was made after a complaint was lodged by one of the victims, Rupali Deshmane, a resident of Siddhivinayak Nagar. Deshmane, in her complaint, alleged that Fatangale cheated her and nine others on the pretext of giving them jobs in Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation, Kalyan-Dombivli Municipal Corporation, Indian Navy, Airport and State Forest department. Police said acting on Deshmane's complaint the cops recorded statement of nine other victims and finally arrested Fatangale from her residence. Police said Fatangale is a homemaker and has only studied up to HSC but has good communications skills. Several members of her family work with various government departments. Police sources said the accused used to tell job aspirants that she knew many senior government officers and can provide them jobs in exchange of money. However, when the complainants did not get any jobs, they finally decided to report the matter to the police following which a case was filed against Fatangale. "We are checking if the accused's relatives are involved with her in cheating the job aspirants," said a police official. 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2020-01-09Ashish Chanchlani – An inspirational story - IWMBuzz
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2020-01-07Maharashtra undertrial slaps lawyer in court; lawyers go on strike - The Tribune
Maharashtra undertrial slaps lawyer in court; lawyers go on strike Posted: Jan 07, 2020 12:42 PM   Updated: 3 days ago The accused, Rahul Tak, was brought to the court for a case hearing, inspector RK Kote said. iStock Thane, January 7 An undertrial prisoner allegedly slapped an advocate at a court in Maharashtra’s Thane district, a police official said on Tuesday. The incident took place at Chopda court in Ulhasnagar town on Monday following which lawyers went on a day-long strike in protest, he said. The accused, Rahul Tak, was brought to the court for a case hearing, inspector RK Kote said. While standing in a corner, Tak called advocate Rajendra Bhalerao, who had defended him in earlier cases, towards him to say something, the official said. As the advocate went to the accused, the latter allegedly used abusive language and slapped him, Kote said. When a woman lawyer tried to rescue her colleague, the accused threatened both with dire consequences, the official said. The police later caught hold of Tak and took him away, he said, without giving details of the charges against the accused and the prison where he was lodged. The local bar association took a serious note of the incident and submitted a written complaint to the court. The lawyers condemned the incident and later went on a day-long strike. PTI Also In This Section India deploys aircraft carrier INS Vikramaditya in Arabian Sea amid China-Pak naval drill 6 hours ago Section 144 can’t be used to suppress legitimate expression of opinion: SC 5 hours ago Raghuram Rajan backs Deepika Padukone’s 'silent protest' 4 hours ago SC disagrees with ‘father of Internet’ to declare access to Internet 'constitutionally protected' right 3 hours ago Amid CAA protests, PM Modi to arrive in West Bengal on Saturday 2 hours ago Top Stories Citizenship Amendment Act comes into effect 2 hours ago Internet fundamental right, review suspension in J-K: SC 14 hours ago Section 144 can’t be used to suppress legitimate expression of opinion: SC 5 hours ago JNUSU president Aishe Ghosh, 8 others identified as suspects in hostel attack case 7 hours ago UP: 21 injured as fire breaks out after bus collides with truck in Kannauj 1 hour ago Don’t Miss Movie Review - Tanhaji: The Unsung Warrior: When crowd-pleasing heroics work 5 hours ago Movie Review - Chhapaak: This splash comes with a force 5 hours ago 35 artworks shifted from biggest sculpture park 18 hours ago Are we ready for an intelligent conflict? 18 hours ago Cigarette smoking may damage mental health too: Study 1 day ago Why do you ask what govt’s doing, ask what are you doing: Juhi Chawla 1 day ago Prince Harry, wife Meghan stun British monarchy by quitting as royal front-line members 1 day ago Tearrific potion 1 day ago Acid attack survivor Laxmi Agarwal’s lawyer to take legal action against ‘Chhapaak’ 2 days ago India’s first voter Shyam Saran Negi taken ill 2 days ago View All Most Read 1 Sikh man’s murder in Pakistan was plotted by fiancée as she didn’t want to marry him: Police 10 hours ago 2 JNUSU president Aishe Ghosh, 8 others identified as suspects in hostel attack case 7 hours ago 3 Just 8.4% clear Haryana teacher eligibility test 18 hours ago 4 Punjab Police arrest Army man, two others for using drones to smuggle drugs, weapons from Pakistan 7 hours ago 5 Internet fundamental right, review suspension in J-K: SC 14 hours ago 6 Hell and ice water: Glacier melt threatens Pakistan’s future 14 hours ago 7 Iranian missile brought down Ukrainian airliner, says Canada PM Justin Trudeau 15 hours ago 8 Historic judgment, this time court did not come under any pressure: Azad on SC’s J-K ruling 12 hours ago 9 Eviction of 500 Sikhs: Capt Amarinder to send fact-finding team to Madhya Pradesh 8 hours ago 10 Chilling video of child walking on fourth-floor ledge in Spain terrifies the Internet 13 hours ago Copyright © The Tribune Trust, 2020 Designed and Developed by: Grazitti Interactive
2020-01-07Undertrial Allegedly Slaps Advocate In Maharashtra Court, Lawyers Strike Work - NDTV News
Undertrial Allegedly Slaps Advocate In Maharashtra Court, Lawyers Strike WorkSearchHomeCitiesUndertrial Allegedly Slaps Advocate In Maharashtra Court, Lawyers Strike Work Undertrial Allegedly Slaps Advocate In Maharashtra Court, Lawyers Strike Work The incident took place at Chopda Court in Ulhasnagar township following which lawyers went on a day-long strike in protest, the police said. CitiesPress Trust of IndiaUpdated: January 07, 2020 13:55 ISTThe accused was brought to the court for a case hearing, the police said (Representational)Thane: An undertrial prisoner allegedly slapped an advocate at a court in Maharashtra's Thane district, a police official said on Tuesday.The incident took place at Chopda Court in Ulhasnagar township on Monday following which lawyers went on a day-long strike in protest, he said.The accused, Rahul Tak, was brought to the court for a case hearing, inspector RK Kote said.While standing in a corner, Rahul Tak called advocate Rajendra Bhalerao, who had defended him in earlier cases, towards him to say something, the official said.As the advocate went to the accused, the latter allegedly used abusive language and slapped him, Mr Kote said. When a woman lawyer tried to rescue her colleague, the accused threatened both of them with dire consequences, the official said.The police later caught hold of Rahul Tak and took him away, he said, without giving details of the charges against the accused and the prison where he was lodged.The local bar association took serious note of the incident and submitted a written complaint to the court. The lawyers condemned the incident and later went on a day-long strike. Comments MaharashtraLawyers StrikeGet Breaking News and Latest Updates from India and around the world on Watch Live News:Follow Us:your daily newsletterSubscribeTrending Walmart To Wind Up Physical Presence In India, Fires Many: Report Aussie Legends To "Come Out Of Retirement" For Bushfire Relief Match High-Protein Diet: This Sprouts & Corn Chaat Can Be Great For Your Weight Loss Journey Charred Body Of 17-Year-Old Girl Found In Bengal, Family Alleges Rape"Need To See Intent": Aaditya Thackeray On "Free Kashmir" Poster RowAdvertisementAdvertisementQuick LinksBudget 2020Air Quality IndexJnu VoilenceLive ScorePNR StatusTrain Running StatusOil HeaterRoom HeatersChhapaakCES 2020Sensex TodayAdvertisementAdvertisement................................ Advertisement ................................Latest News "Missing, MP Sunny Deol" Posters Appear In Punjab "Select 5 Critics...": P Chidambaram's Advice To PM On Citizenship Law JEE Main January 2020 Answer Key Expected Soon Sara, Not Big B: What Deepika Told Salman On 'Bigg Boss' He Asked For Woman's Number On Twitter. Pune Police's Reply Won Hearts About UsAdvertiseNews AlertArchivesAppsCareersChannelsDisclaimerFeedbackInvestorsOmbudsmanRedressalsService Terms © COPYRIGHT NDTV CONVERGENCE LIMITED 2020. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.More News"Who Gave AAP The Right?" BJP's Defamation Notice Over Manoj Tiwari VideoFormer Judge, Sharmila Tagore, 6 Others' Open Letter On Constitution"Don't Kill Your Protesters, US Is Watching," Trump Tells Iran"Damaging Property? Our Governments Shot Them Like Dogs": BJP LeaderMassive Crowd, Multi-Faith Prayer At CAA Protest In Delhi’s Shaheen BaghlivetvarrowprintemailchatlinkedinredditWhatsAppfacebooktwittermorenotificationsearchsnapchat
2020-01-06Under-trial slaps advocate in Thane court, lawyers strike work - United News of India
Under-trial slaps advocate in Thane court, lawyers strike work Thane, Jan 6 (UNI) : The practicing advocates in the Chopda court at Ulhasnagar on Monday struck work and resorted to a strike as one of the under trials attacked and slapped an advocate in the premises of the court. PI Crime RK Kote of the Central Police station told this correspondent late tonight that the police had received the report from the court and were probing the incident and recording the statements of the advocates and would then register an offense against the alleged accused.
2020-01-06Mumbai school events: Kalyan students put up colourful show - Hindustan Times
Mumbai school events: Kalyan students put up colourful show Updated: Jan 06, 2020 18:54 IST : Podar International School ICSE, Kalyan, organised a three-day event to celebrate its Annual Day celebrations under the guidance of school principal Smarajit Das Gupta. The chief guests, psychiatrist and counsellor Dr Fabian Almeida, and orthopaedic surgeon Dr Prashant Sonawane, emphasised on moral education, the responsibility of students towards their parents and nation, in their speeches. “Language skills are essential for the success of students in many fields,” said Fabian. The event started with a prayer song. The other dignitaries included Sonia Khatri, principal of Podar International School CBSE, Thane; Aruna Mudaliar, principal of Thane CAIE; social activist Sunil Wayle. They lit the lamp for the ceremony. The theme for the Annual Day was ‘Toy Story’, which was presented by students from Class 1 to 4, while the students of Class 5 and Class 6 performed on the theme ‘Malgudi Days’. The theme for the students of Class 7 to Class 9 was ‘Nritya Tarang’, in which the students showcased the origin of music and various dance forms. Das Gupta presented the school’s annual report on the occasion which highlighted the achievements of the school in the last academic session. A prize distribution ceremony was conducted to felicitate meritorious students. The teachers of Class 10 were felicitated by the school principal. The event concluded with the vote of thanks by the school’s vice-principal Effie Ferrao, followed by the National Anthem. Juhu school takes part in interschool competition The students of CNM School in Juhu participated in ‘The School Enterprise Challenge’, a global interschool competition, under the guidance of their principal, Kavita Sanghvi. The Class 11 students of the school took part in the silver-level challenge. The purpose of the competition is to teach students the importance of sustainability and develop entrepreneurial skills. During the contest, students had to recycle discarded cloth materials into bags, pouches and folders, and sold it to the parents of the school and the local community. The profit generated is being used to support the students of a civic school. The competition was conducted by the United Kingdom-based ‘Teach a man to Fish’ organisation, which provides training, step-by-step guidelines, mentoring and peer networks to schools. In 2018, the Class 11 students of CNM School had participated in the competition by setting up a business ‘Cutting Edge’ and entered into the bronze-level challenge. Colours, joy mark Xmas celebrations Students of primary section of IES Katrap Vidyalaya, Badlapur, celebrated Christmas on the eve of the festival in colourful attire. They sung several Christmas carols and enacted a skit to promote the message of peace given by Lord Jesus. Students welcomed the Santa Claus with jingle. Nutan Bhagwat gave her best wishes to all the students. At the end of the function, students received gifts from Santa. Ulhasnagar institute holds 3-day career fest The career guidance and placement cell of Ulhasnagar’s Seva Sadan Institute, under the guidance of principal Dr Geetha Menon and chairperson professor Neelam Kapoor, conducted a three-day Intercollegiate Career Fair. The event was attended by around 850 students from 15 colleges. Several seminars and workshops were held to create awareness among students about the emerging career options in the fields of social service, tourism, management and designing. The event was conducted by eminent speakers from across several industries, who helped the students choose their career paths. Christmas celebrations with a difference Students of Cambridge School at Kandivli celebrated Christmas with great fervour. On the occasion, they decorated the Christmas tree, made a reindeer and snowman, put a wreath. Sweets were exchange and the students several carols during a competition. To encourage students to be selfless, the school asked the students to donate toiletries and foodgrains to the underprivileged sections of the society. School holds Xmas events, visits orphanage St Xavier’s High School, Kashigaon, decorated the school premises with balloons, a snowman and Christmas trees on the occasion of Christmas. A special programme was organised, which commenced with a prayer, the reading of the Bible, followed by welcome speeches for the guests in different languages. The school’s headmistress and council members felicitated the guests with saplings. Pastor Benjamin Jose and Pastor Clinton were present on the occasion. The headmistress read the chairman’s speech. Several events, such as carol singing, arts, music and dance, were organised and winners were felicitated with certificates. The council members visited an orphanage to celebrate the festival. Mira Road school celebrates Christmas A Christmas carnival was held at Seven Eleven Scholastic School in Mira Road in which students of other schools too participated. The carnival started by welcoming the guests. Reyansh Negi from senior KG Casper delivered a welcome speech on the occasion. The senior KG students performed an ‘Invocation Dance’, followed by a ‘Welcome Dance’. A musical skit was performed by the students of Class 1. The second day of celebrations were held for Class 2 to Class 10. The students, their parents and friends presented various dances during the SESS Talentia competition. The event ended with a vote of thanks.
2020-01-06Water Cut In Kalyan And Dombivli On Tuesday - Mumbai Live
Water Cut In Kalyan And Dombivli On TuesdayWater Cut In Kalyan And Dombivli On Tuesday Kalyan Dombivli Municipal Corporation (KDMC) has issued a statement stating that Kalyan and Dombivli residents will face water cut on Tuesday, January 7. The reason for the water cut is being attributed to repair and maintenance work at the Mohili, Netivli and Barave water treatment plants. Residents of these areas will have a cut in water supply from 8 am to 8 pm.
2020-01-05RTI activist sent to police custody for extracting Rs 40k from builder - United News of India
RTI activist sent to police custody for extracting Rs 40k from builderThane, Jan 5 (UNI) A 29-year-old man claiming to be an RTI activist have been sent to police custody till January 7 for allegedly blackmailing and exacting Rs 40,000 from a builder, a report said on Sunday.The accused have been identified as Nitesh Khatwani, a resident of Ulhasnagar township of this district, said police.Quoting the complainant builder, the police said that the accused firstly filed an RTI query with the civic body and gathered the details of projects being developed by the victim.Subsequently, the accused complained to the Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation that the builder is developing illegal constructions.To withdraw the complaints, Nitesh demanded Rs one lakh per month, complainant told, adding that he initially asked to give Rs 40,000.The builder approached the police, and the accused was nabbed red-handed on Saturday while taking Rs 40,000 from the aggrieved person, stated police.Offence against him have been under relevant IPC sections with the Ulhasnagar police station, mentioned senior Inspector Rajkumar Kothmire.UNI XR KAZ SHK1911 More NewsCongress to approach CBI for probe into renewal of mining leases22 Jan 2020 | 11:08 PMPanaji, Jan 22 (UNI) The Congress on Wednesday said it will approach Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) demanding investigation into renewal of 88 mining leases in the state.see more..Thane woman gets 3 yrs RI in attempted suicide case22 Jan 2020 | 10:56 PMThane, Jan 22 (UNI) District court here on Wednesday convicted and sentenced a 40-year-old woman to three years of rigorous imprisonment for abetment to suicide. 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2020-01-05RTI activist sent to police custody for extracting Rs 40k from builder - United News of India
RTI activist sent to police custody for extracting Rs 40k from builder Thane, Jan 5 (UNI) : A 29-year-old man claiming to be an RTI activist have been sent to police custody till January 7 for allegedly blackmailing and exacting Rs 40,000 from a builder, a report said on Sunday. The accused have been identified as Nitesh Khatwani, a resident of Ulhasnagar township of this district, said police. Quoting the complainant builder, the police said that the accused firstly filed an RTI query with the civic body and gathered the details of projects being developed by the victim.
2020-01-04Man arrested for extortion in Ulhasnagar - Free Press Journal
Man arrested for extortion in Ulhasnagar By Narendra GuptaThane: A 29-year-old RTI activist, who claimed to be weekly newspaper’s editor, was arrested for extorting money from a builder in Ulhasnagar on Friday. Police said the arrested accused has been identified as Nitesh Khatwani (29), who is a RTI activist and also claimed to be the editor of a weekly newspaper.The anti extortion cell (AEC) of the crime branch of Thane police said the complainant, Rajendra Shreekhande, 36, who is a builder by profession, has a project in Ulhasnagar called Jay Bhole Construction Builders. As per the complaint lodged by the builder, Khatwani filed a RTI query with the Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation (UMC) about one of his housing projects in Ulhasnagar. “He initially demanded Rs 1 lakh from him monthly in lieu of withdrawing the RTI application filed in UMC. Later, it was settled at Rs 40,000 monthly,” said senior police inspector Rajkumar Kothmire quoting the complaint. Police said, “We laid a trap at the builder’s office and held him while he was taking Rs 40,000 in cash from the builder.” Ulhasnagar police station registered a case and the accused was booked under IPC sections 384 (extortion), 385 (putting person in fear of injury in order to commit extortion) and 386.Also ReadFlesh trade busted in Juhu, Dahisarulhasnagarextortionman arrestedRecent StoriesUddhav Thackeray allocates portfolios to his ministers, here is the complete listData for National Population Register in Bihar will be collected in May 2020: Dy CM Sushil ModiWant to know whether BJP is bringing NRC or not, asks Digvijaya Singh Maharashtra Cong MLA threatens to resign after being denied cabinet ministerial berthMaha CM has sent final list of portfolio allocation for Governor’s approval, says Jayant Patil trending About UsCareersDisclaimerPrivacy PolicyContact UsAdvertise With UsRSSFree Press Journal | Powered by Quintype Follow us on Close Free Press Journal www.freepressjournal.in INSTALL APP
2020-01-04Kalyan, Dombivli residents brace for water cut on Tuesday - Hindustan Times
Kalyan, Dombivli residents brace for water cut on Tuesday Updated: Jan 05, 2020 19:12 IST : Kalyan The new year started on a bad note for Kalyan and Dombivli residents. They will face water cuts on Tuesday as Kalyan Dombivli Municipal Corporation (KDMC) has declared a shutdown on three water supply plants. The notice issued by the civic body says the water department has planned to take up some repair and maintenance work on January 7 at the Mohili, Netivli and Barave water treatment plants. Water supply will shut from 8am to 8pm. Residents of Kalyan and Dombivli will not get water supply during this period. “This is a routine repair work. We alert residents about it and ask them to store adequate water before the cut is imposed,” said Rajiv Pathak, executive engineer, water department, KDMC. Officials of water department said water level of Ulhas river dipped on Thursday, which led to a supply shortage in Ulhasnagar and eastern part of Kalyan city. On Friday, the water level increased and supply was normal. Ulhasnagar, Ambernath, Badlpaur, Kalyan, Thane and Navi Mumbai get water supply from Ulhas river. Every January, the water level of the river reduces which leads to water shortage in most of these cities. Ulhas river gets water from Barvi and Andra dam. Barvi dam officials said the release of water from the dam was reduced by the irrigation department. “Water released from the dam has been reduced based on directions from irrigation department. This is done to ensure there is adequate water till monsoon,” said JC Borse, executive engineer, Maharashtra Industrial Development Corporation, Barvi dam. Water department officials said with the reduction in water level, machineries that lift water at treatment plants get damaged. Hence the repair work is required at treatment plants. Activists said despite adequate rainfall, water cuts are imposed since January. They blamed MIDC and irrigation department for improper planning. “MIDC officials claimed water level has reduced by 1.5 metres at Mohane bund on Thursday. If this is the situation in January, there is a reason to worry,” said Ravindra Lingayat, founder of Ulhas River Bachao Kruti Samiti. Activists also blamed anti-social elements. “Tanker mafia in several parts of Ulhasnagar and Kalyan steal water from the river and the authorities have not done anything about it. Also, there is a lot of construction work around the river premises, for which water is used. There is no monitoring of such activities,” added Lingayat. KDMC lifts 150mld of water from Mohane pumping station, and supplies it to the eastern and western parts of Kalyan.
2020-01-04Maha: Drunk Man Kills Friend, Surrenders in Thane - LatestLY
Maha: Drunk Man Kills Friend, Surrenders in Thane Agency News PTI| Jan 04, 2020 11:58 PM IST A+ A- Thane, Jan 4 (PTI) A 30-year-old man was arrested on Saturday in Ulhasnagar in Thane for allegedly killing his friend after a quarrel while having liquor, police said. Kishan Swamy hacked to death his friend Sagar Wasvani at 3am after a drunken brawl and then surrendered at Central police station, an official said. "He has been charged with murder," he said.(This is an unedited and auto-generated story from Syndicated News feed, LatestLY Staff may not have modified or edited the content body) Comments
2020-01-04Mumbai: Man tries to set wife on fire after quarrel, booked - Mid-day
A case has been registered against a man for allegedly trying to set his wife on fire at Ulhasnagar town in Maharashtra's Thane district, police said on Friday. The Vitthalwadi police has registered a case against Atmaram Pawar for allegedly attempting to burn his wife Suman alive, following a quarrel on the intervening night of January 2 and 3, senior inspector R P Bhame said. The couple would quarrel frequently, as the husband would come home inebriated, the official said. The incident took place when the wife allegedly threatened to commit suicide and poured diesel on herself, following which Pawar allegedly threw a lit matchstick on the victim. The woman sustained 70 per cent burns and was rushed to the hospital by her husband, he added. A case has been registered against Pawar under section 307 (attempt to murder) of the Indian Penal Code and the police are yet to make an arrest, the official said. Catch up on all the latest Crime, National, International and Hatke news here. Also download the new mid-day Android and iOS apps to get latest updates This story has been sourced from a third party syndicated feed, agencies. Mid-day accepts no responsibility or liability for its dependability, trustworthiness, reliability and data of the text. Mid-day management/mid-day.com reserves the sole right to alter, delete or remove (without notice) the content in its absolute discretion for any reason whatsoever Sign up for all the latest news, top galleries and trending videos from Mid-day.com Subscribe Loading... Tags thanemaharashtramumbai news Caught on camera! Man tries to forcibly kiss female passenger on Mumbai railway station Related News Mumbai: 66-year-old woman jumps from 7-storey building in Dombivli Mumbai: People pose as Paytm employees, dupe six of Rs 5.04 lakh in Thane Mumbai Crime: Woman pours diesel on self after fight, husband tries to burn her alive Recommended Videos Ranveer Singh turns into Angrezon Ke Zamane Ke Jailor on Instagram Bigg Boss 13: Why did Mahira Sharma slap Paras Chhabra? Why Deepika and Laxmi Agarwal cried at the Chhapaak song launch Sit With Hitlist: Akshaye Khanna opens up on nepotism Loading... Also Read Uber driver races off with woman's Rs 99,000 iPhone after New Year bash 15 iconic on-screen mothers of Bollywood RD Burman: Rare pictures and interesting facts of the legendary Pancham Pooja Makhija: The celebrity nutritionist keeping Deepika, Ranveer fit Latest News Mumbai: Repairs on new Laxmi Baug nullah bridge delayed Inside Pictures: Deepika Padukone indulges in some pre-birthday celebrations with Chhapaak team and the media Antara Banerjee on Ragini MMS Returns Season 2: I have learnt a lot while filming this series Ramesh Sippy's Shimla Mirchi, starring Rajkummar Rao and Rakul Preet Singh, finally releases in the cinemas NEXT STORY Hindi News Health Education Nai Dunia Inext Her Zindagi Radio City Gujarati News Urdu News Mid-Day Facebook Twitter Instagram Apple Android Subscribe Sunday mid-day Subscription Ad Booking About Us Advertise With Us Privacy Policy Terms & Conditions Investor Relations Careers Contact Us Authors Sitemap RSS Copyright © 2019 Mid-Day Infomedia Ltd. All rights reserved. This website uses cookie or similar technologies, to enhance your browsing experience and provide personalised recommendations. By continuing to use our website, you agree to our Privacy Policy and Cookie Policy. OK
2020-01-03Case Against Man For Attempting To Burn Wife Alive In Maharashtra - NDTV News
Case Against Man For Attempting To Burn Wife Alive In Maharashtra Updated: January 03, 2020 14:03 IST : Thane: A case has been registered against a man for allegedly trying to set his wife on fire at Ulhasnagar town in Maharashtra's Thane district, the police said today.The Vitthalwadi police has registered a case against Atmaram Pawar for allegedly attempting to burn his wife Suman alive, following a quarrel on the intervening night of January 2 and 3, senior inspector RP Bhame said.The couple would quarrel frequently, as the husband would come home inebriated, the official said.The incident took place when the wife allegedly threatened to commit suicide and poured diesel on herself, following which Pawar allegedly threw a lit matchstick on the victim.The woman sustained 70 per cent burns and was rushed to the hospital by her husband, he added.A case has been registered against Pawar under section 307 (attempt to murder) of the Indian Penal Code and the police are yet to make an arrest, the official said.
2020-01-0330-yr-old on the run after setting wife on fire - Free Press Journal
30-yr-old on the run after setting wife on fireBy Narendra GuptaPhoto by PexelsA 30-year-old man is on the run after allegedly attempting to set his wife on fire at Ulhasnagar here on Thursday night. The police are on the hunt for the accused.Vitthalwadi police said the accused, identified as Atmaram Pawar (30), is a truck driver and lives with his wife Suman Atmaram Pawar (24) and three children in Ulhasnagar. Atmaram's three children are from his first wife. He got married with Suman two years ago.Vitthalwadi police have registered a case against Atmaram Pawar under section 307 (attempt to murder) of Indian Penal Code for allegedly attempting to set afire his wife alive. The incident took place on Thursday night after a quarrel between the couple. Atmaram, suspecting her character, used to abuse her in an inebriated state daily. After Suman threatened him that she will commit suicide and poured diesel on herself. Atmaram in a fit of rage allegedly threw a lit matchstick on her. He then fled the house.Ramesh Bhame, senior police inspector, Vitthalwadi police station said, "We received a call from local residents and rushed to spot. The victim was rushed to Central hospital for treatment from where doctor referred her to Civil hospital in Thane. She has suffered 70 percent burns."Police sources said that Atmaram used to steal diesel from vehicles where he worked and used to keep them at home.Also ReadLawyer booked for sexually harassing woman at Kherwadi(For all the latest News, Mumbai, Entertainment, Cricket, Business and Featured News updates, visit Free Press Journal. Also, follow us on Twitter and Instagram and do like our Facebook page for continuous updates on the go)ulhasnagarwife on fireVitthalwadi policeRecent StoriesShiv Sena list of portfolios: CM Thackeray to hold general administration & law and orderWeight Watchers' social media campaign takes off amid World War 3 fears on Twitter; company gets trolled for poor timingRajasthan Dy CM Sachin Pilot criticises CM Gehlot over Kota infants' deaths, Twitter applauds'Is there any guarantee Pakistan would not send spies as Hindus?': Kejriwal questions CAAMumbai: Patient's relatives assault resident doctor at Nair Hospital trending About UsCareersDisclaimerPrivacy PolicyContact UsAdvertise With UsRSSFree Press Journal | Powered by Quintype Follow us on Close Free Press Journal www.freepressjournal.in INSTALL APP
2020-01-03Ulhasnagar man sets wife on fire, woman survives - Hindustan Times
2020-01-03Maharashtra: Man booked for attempting to burn wife alive - Republic World - Republic World
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2020-01-03Man charged with murder attempt for trying to set wife ablaze - United News of India
Man charged with murder attempt for trying to set wife ablazeThane, Jan 3 (UNI) A man have been booked under the IPC section 307 (attempt to murder) for allegedly trying to set his 30-year-old wife on fire, police said here on Friday.The accused have been identified as Atmaram Pawar, a resident of Subash Tekadi in Ulhasnagar suburb, told police.Talking to UNI, Vitthalwadi Police Station senior Inspector R P Bhame stated that there were frequent quarrels between the couple as the accused is an alcoholic.Please log in to get detailed story. 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2020-01-03Maha: Man booked for attempting to burn wife alive - Yahoo India News
Maha: Man booked for attempting to burn wife alivePTI3 January 2020ReblogShareTweetShareShareThane, Jan 3 (PTI) A case has been registered against a man for allegedly trying to set his wife on fire at Ulhasnagar town in Maharashtra's Thane district, police said on Friday.The Vitthalwadi police has registered a case against Atmaram Pawar for allegedly attempting to burn his wife Suman alive, following a quarrel on the intervening night of January 2 and 3, senior inspector R P Bhame said.The couple would quarrel frequently, as the husband would come home inebriated, the official said.The incident took place when the wife allegedly threatened to commit suicide and poured diesel on herself, following which Pawar allegedly threw a lit matchstick on the victim.The woman sustained 70 per cent burns and was rushed to the hospital by her husband, he added.A case has been registered against Pawar under section 307 (attempt to murder) of the Indian Penal Code and the police are yet to make an arrest, the official said. PTI COR ARU ARUReblogShareTweetShareShareWhat to read nextPadma Lakshmi goes topless, no reason to mistake her with Priyanka ChopraFree Press JournalIndia condemns stone pelting at Nankana Sahib, asks Pak to ensure safety of SikhsThe Indian ExpressMuslim mob in Pakistan attacks Gurdwara Nankana Sahib with stonesIndia Newzstreet MediaPunjab Man Guns Down Daughter-in-law for Serving Him Cold BreakfastNews18Respected Bhakts, What Kind of Hindu Rashtra Do You Aspire To?The QuintWatch Video: Anup Jalota and Jasleen Matharu pose with a gunIndia Newzstreet MediaSiddhant Chaturvedi Had The Most MC Sher Response To Ananya Panday Who Defended NepotismHuffPost India2020 Yearly Astrology Predictions and Guidance from ExpertsGaneshaSpeaks.comTwitter Trends with World War III after Killing of Iran's Top Commander in US AirstrikeNews18Photos of a Delhi rickshaw transporting a blanket-covered stray dog go viralThe Indian ExpressStop bowing before Delhi darbar, mothers of Kota infants will curse you: Amit Shah to Ashok GehlotIndia Newzstreet MediaVideo: Imran Khan's minister lands in a sex soupYahoo NewsApple techie from Hyderabad goes missing, remains untraced even after 9 daysThe News MinuteRangoli shares Ranveer Singh, Sonam Kapoor's childhood picture and challenges his 'outsider' statusFree Press JournalQChennai: AIADMK Surprised by Poll Results; Protesters Slam PoliceThe QuintPakistan hamare baap ka tha, mai Pakistan maang rha: Pravin Togadia on Muslims asking for land in AyodhyaIndia Newzstreet Media
2020-01-01Ulhasnagar man tries to burn down girlfriend’s house, arrested - Times of India
Ulhasnagar man tries to burn down girlfriend’s house, arrestedPradeep Gupta | TNN | Updated: Jan 1, 2020, 12:06 ISTRepresentative imageULHASNAGAR: The Central police have arrested a 30-year old Ulhasnagar resident for allegedly trying to set his girlfriend’s house on fire after her mother objected to the alliance. Senior inspector Sudhakar Suradkar said the accused, Ashok Waghmare, and Rekha Marutiya wanted to get married, but her mother Kamal (54) was opposed as he was unemployed. On Monday, Waghmare met Kamal and sought her daughter’s hand in marriage. When she refused, he threatened her and threw a lit matchstick on a pile of clothes. Kamal doused the flames, but the clothes got destroyed. She then approached the police Download The Times of India News App for Latest City News.more from times of india citiesDelhi news todayMumbai RainsBangalore RainsDelhi EarthquakeChennai RainsOdisha Elections 2019Delhi PollutionMumbai FloodsAP Elections 2019Trending TopicsBipin RawatNarendra ModiDelhi TemperatureManoj Mukund NaravaneChief of Defence StaffRailway fare hikeNew Year 2020Kashmir newsNEET PG Admit CardUGC NET ResultLATEST VIDEOSCitySMS facility restored for mobile phones, internet services resume in J&K govt hospitals New Army chief Naravane extends wishes to people in the new year CAA violence: Videos shot by locals show civilians pelting stone, setting ablaze Muslim-owned property before cops in UP's Firozabad Under-construction building collapsed in Delhi’s Trilokpuri, 8 rescued More from TOIWedding food trends of 2019 that made it an exceptional affairFoods to avoid to stay health in wintersNew Year gifts for kids to make them happy instantlyNew Year bash: Get disco ready with these metallic lipsticksNavbharat TimesFeatured Today in TravelQuick LinksMamata BanerjeePriyanka GandhiChandrababu NaiduUrmila MatondkarMadras High CourtTejashwi YadavArvind KejriwalTejasvi SuryaPawan KalyanArvind KejriwalYogi AdityanathSrinagar encounterGet the appTrending Now in CitiesVaranasi newsShimla newsSrinagar newsPatna newsMeerut newsMadurai newsLucknow newsKanpur newsJammu newsJaipur newsGhaziabad newsFaridabad newsOther Times Group news sitesThe Economic TimesMumbai MirrorIGN IndiaHindi Economic TimesTimes NowI am GujaratPune MirrorTamil SamayamBangalore MirrorMaharashtra TimesTelugu SamayamAhmedabad MirrorGo GreenMiss KyraItsMyAscentNavbharat TimesEducation TimesFILMIPOP HindiBrand CapitalEisamayIndiatimesGujarati Economic TimesVijaya KarnatakaMalayalam SamayamTimes FoodGames AppMX PlayerTimesPointsLiving and entertainmentiDivaMensXP.comFeminaETimesGraziaZoomTravel DestinationsBombay TimesCricbuzz.comFilmfareOnline SongsTVLife & Style Longwalks AppNewspaper SubscriptionFood NewsTimes PrimeWhats Hottop trendsBipin RawatNarendra ModiDelhi TemperatureManoj Mukund NaravaneChief of Defence StaffRailway fare hikeNew Year 2020Kashmir newsNEET PG Admit CardUGC NET ResultHappy New Year 2020New Year ResolutionWhat is NIPBank Holidays 2020What is NRCWhat is NPRIPL 2020 Players ListHoroscope todayservicesAds 2 BookBank Exam AppET Money Finance AppCouponDuniaDineoutMagicbricksTechgigTimes JobsBollywood NewsTimes MobileBuy CarRemit 2 IndiaTC NextBikes in IndiaUsed CarsAstro SpeakGadgets NowCareersColombiaPopular CategoriesHeadlinesSports NewsBusiness NewsIndia NewsWorld NewsBollywood NewsHealth & Fitness TipsIndian TV ShowsCelebrity Photoshot on the webBhojpuri Party SongsSaneha Raj SongPawan Singh SongAkshra Singh SongBest New Year SMSBest Hindi SongsHappy New Year CardsKhesari New Year SongHappy New Year WishesTrending topicsRanbir Kapoor2020 Wala KissHangover CureNew Year WishesNew Year StatusNew Year WallpaperNew Year MemesPawan New Year SongNew Year PicturesHappy New YearGood News Box OfficeNew Year ImagesTop Whatsapp Feature of 2019 Apple Watch Series 5Call of Duty MobileWhatsapp Stickers for New YearNew Year's Eve - Google DoodleAmazon App QuizFollow us onfacebooktwitterrss feedyoutubedownload toi appandroidiphoneBlackBerryipadwindows phoneText resize:aaaAbout us Create Your Own Ad Terms of Use and Grievance Redressal Policy Privacy policy Advertise with us RSS Sitemap Archives Copyright © 2019 Bennett, Coleman & Co. Ltd. All rights reserved. For reprint rights: Times Syndication Service
2020-01-01Mumbai: Man sets fire to girlfriend’s house after her mother refuses their relationship - Newsd.in
Mumbai: Man sets fire to girlfriend’s house after her mother refuses their relationship Mumbai: Man sets fire to girlfriend’s house after her mother refuses their relationship The mother of the girl opposed to their relationship because the man was unemployed by Newsd Published on :Wed 01st January 2020, 04:00 PM In an appalling incident, a 30-year-old resident in Ulhasnagar tried to set his girlfriend’s house on fire after her mother objected to their relationship. As per media reports, the mother of the girl opposed to their relationship because the man was unemployed. On Monday, the accused asked the daughter’s hand for marriage and when he was refused, he threatened to put their house on fire. He lit a matchstick and threw it on a pile of clothes. The fire was immediately doused, but all the clothes were damaged. The police have arrested the accused. The probe is underway. More details awaited. However, this is not the first time, in a similar incident, a Mumbai man allegedly set his ex-girlfriend’s house in Andheri on fire in July, after the latter refused to speak to him. The accused was booked for attempting murder, molestation and causing mischief by setting a fire. 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2020-01-01These Mumbai buildings and walls came crashing down in 2019 - news - Mid-Day
These Mumbai buildings and walls came crashing down in 2019 Updated: Jan 01, 2020, 09:01 | Jonita Colaco FacebookTwitterPintrest One person died while three sustained injuries after a portion of an under-construction building in Dharavi's PMGP colony on April 14. It was alleged that the  hapless incident took place due to the negligence of the contractor. Photo: ANI/Twitter  1/13 With the incessant rainfall in the  city, the compound wall and the children's play area of Lodha Aria in Parel collapsed on July 1. While no one was  hurt, residents of the adjacent residential complex, Ashok Gardens, had alleged that the wall collapsed due to faulty construction by Lodha Developers, and not necessarily because of the rain. Secretary of Ashok Gardens Sanjay Kanodia said that their society was formed around eight years ago while Lodha Aria was hardly six to seven years old and that poor construction could be the only reason behind the collapse. 2/13 July 2: Due to Mumbai rains, over 27 people died in a horrific incident that took place on July 2 at Pimparipada, Kurar Village at Malad. A neighbouring wall collapsed on a slum located at Kurar village, where 69 people were injured which also included firemen who had gone there for rescue operations. 3/13 Another case of structural collapse in Mumbai surfaced on July 8 when a building collapsed in Shivaji Nagar in which eight people were injured. The incident took place at around 2 am on Monday when a chunk of the upper floor in Shivaji Nagar in Govandi collapsed. 4/13 Twelve persons were killed after a four-storey residential building collapsed in south Mumbai's congested Dongri area on July 16. About 40 to 50 people were feared trapped under the debris. Scores of locals joined in the rescue operations, forming a human chain to help in removing the debris brick by brick and picking up slabs of concrete to locate those buried.   5/13 One person was killed and as many as 33 people were feared trapped after a roof of a three-storey building collapsed in Karmala city in Solapur on July 31. The deceased killed in the collapse was identified as Prashant Bagul (37), who is a resident of Bhosare, Mhada and was working as a clerk in Pratabhsinh Mohite Patil College. 6/13 A 50-year-old worker died after the entire structure of a building at Abdul Rehman street collapsed during demolition on August 10. The building had caught fire in the morning and after six cylinder blasts in the evening, the structure had been declared unsafe by the fire brigade. 7/13 A five-storey building collapsed in Ulhasnagar township in Thane district of Maharashtra on Tuesday, a day after it developed cracks and started 'sinking'. No casualties were reported and nobody was injured in the collapse that occurred. 8/13 A portion of the three-storey residential building collapsed in Ulhasnagar in Thane district of Maharashtra at 9 pm on August 20. No casualties were reported in the incident. The incident happened when a huge slab of the third floor of Sachdev Apartment building, located in Ulhasnagar township, crashed and fell on the floors below it, regional disaster management cell chief Santosh Kadam said. 9/13 Around two persons killed while five others were injured after a four-storey building collapsed in Piranipada area of Bhiwandi on August 25. The building was already declared illegal and was evacuated by Bhiwandi corporation. After 2 am, some residents forcefully entered this building despite barricades and sealed by officials and in the morning that building collapsed where two got killed and five injured. 10/13 17 people were rescued after a portion of a ground-plus-three-storey building collapsed on September 11 near Crawford Market in south Mumbai The incident took place at around 9 pm. Yousuf building at Lohar Chawl near Crawford Market collapsed. The fire brigade rushed to the collapse site and immediately reported the incident to the BMC disaster cell. The north portion of the building which was a ground plus upper 4 floors had collapsed and thereby three to four persons were feared to have been trapped under the rubble, while a couple of people were rescued. 11/13 A portion of a four-storied building opposite the police commissioner's office in Fort collapsed on September 20. The incident took place at Lokmanya Tilak marg, opposite CP office in Fort. As per the reports, a part of G+6 structure of Ahmed bldg (commercial galas) collapsed at Lokmanya Tilak marg at 10.45 am on Friday. 12/13 A four-year-old girl lost her life after a portion of a building collapsed in Virar. Another minor was trapped buy was rescued by the local fire brigade. The incident occurred on October 15. Locals in Virar rescued the residents trapped inside the building. Soon after the incident, the fire brigade rushed to the site. 13/13 About The Gallery Mumbai saw a series of building and wall collapses in 2019, especially during the monsoon. While over 27 people died in Malad and around 69 injured after a neighbouring wall collapsed on a slum located at Kurar village, 12 people were killed in Dongri's building collapse. 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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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