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November-2016 News & Updates from the City of Ulhasnagar/Sindhunagar, Maharashtra, India. Ulhasnagar City News indexed across timeline for easy retrieval.

2016-11-29Civic body takes tough stand against hawkers in Ulhasnagar - Hindustan Times
Civic body takes tough stand against hawkers in Ulhasnagar mumbai Updated: Nov 29, 2016 14:51 IST Padmja Sinha Hindustan Times Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation (UMC) has taken a tough stand against hawkersand has declared no-hawking zonesin the city . Rajendra Nimbalkar UMC chief said the hawkers had been plying their business illegally and obstructing smooth vehicular movement. They had encroached some roads so badly that even pedestrians found it difficult to find their way hence, we have removed all the hawkers and declared hawking-zones in the city. In the wake of increasing the menace the corporation has planned and notified everyone, that starting from 28th November, Nehru chowk to Goal Road, Nehru Chowk to Aman talkies, starting from camp no.1 bus stop to Birla Gate till sahad Station, Nehru Chowk to Madhuban Chowk, and Nehru Chowk to central Hospital Road should be kept free for vehicular movement and that no encroachment or hawking is allowed on these roads. The Corporation has also instructed that if any encroachment or hawker is found, their belongings would be confiscated and they will be fined for the violating the rules set by corporation. The ward officials have been asked to keep an eye on these roads and initiate action if needed.
Civic body takes tough stand against hawkers in Ulhasnagar - Hindustan Times
2016-11-27Man Held for Depositing Fake Notes in Bank - News18 - News18
Man Held for Depositing Fake Notes in Bank Press Trust Of India First published: November 27, 2016, 2:38 PM IST Updated: 9 hours ago Thane: A paper scrap merchant from Ulhasnagar township in the district has been arrested for allegedly possessing counterfeit notes of the demonetised currency and depositing it in a bank, police said on Sunday. Pankaj P Kori (30) went to the Ulhasnagar branch of a leading public sector bank on November 24 and deposited cash in the now defunct Rs 500 notes worth Rs 1.05 lakh. After verification, 11 notes were found to be fake, they said. Subsequently, an offence under IPC section 489 (B) (using as genuine, forged or counterfeit currency-notes or bank-notes) was registered against him under zero category with the Ulhasnagar police station on October 25. The case was transferred to Thane Nagar police station yesterday for further probe and Kori was arrested, police said.
Man Held for Depositing Fake Notes in Bank - News18 - News18
2016-11-27Man held for depositing fake notes in Thane bank - Mid-Day
Man held for depositing fake notes in Thane bank By PTI Posted 27-Nov-2016 Thane: A paper scrap merchant from Ulhasnagar township in the district has been arrested for allegedly possessing counterfeit notes of the demonetised currency and depositing it in a bank, police said on Sunday. Pankaj P Kori (30) went to the Ulhasnagar branch of a leading public sector bank on November 24 and deposited cash in the now defunct Rs 500 notes worth Rs 1.05 lakh. After verification, 11 notes were found to be fake, they said. Subsequently, an offence under IPC section 489 (B) (using as genuine, forged or counterfeit currency-notes or bank-notes) was registered against him under zero category with the Ulhasnagar police station on October 25. The case was transferred to Thane Nagar police station on Saturday for further probe and Kori was arrested, police said.
Man held for depositing fake notes in Thane bank - Mid-Day
2016-11-24Thane: Ulhasnagar man held for killing illicit lover - Mid-Day
Thane: Ulhasnagar man held for killing illicit lover By Faisal Tandel Posted 18 minutes ago The accused Rajesh Khan in police custody. Pic/Navneet Barhate The Ulhasnagar police have arrested the 26-year-old man on Tuesday for killing a 24-year-old bar girl with whom he was into illicit relationship. The accused was produced in court on Wednesday and remanded to police custody till November 28. Rajesh Khan 26, killed his lover a bar girl, Jamila Khan alias Khatoon 24. Khan hailed from West Bengal and used to live with Jamila at Rajaram Complex located in Asher Gaon in Ulahsnagar. According to the police the incident took place on Friday afternoon. After an argument between them Khan overpowered and chocked her to death. "On Friday afternoon Khan met Safiuallah Shaikh 35, his friend and neighbor and gave him the key of his third floor flat. He said Jamila had left home and was going to search for her. On Friday night Shaikh received a call from Khan asking him dispose the a bag in which he had stuffed her corpse after murdering her. Khan then informed us and accordingly we started the further investigation, said a police officer. The deceased's corpse was found stuffed in this bag, which Khan wanted his neighbour to dispose off. Surendra Shirsat, Senior Police Inspector, Vitthalwadi police station said, They claimed in the complex that they were married, but Khan claims he was in an illicit relationship with her and was not happy as she use to work in a bar. In order to confuse us, he told Safiuallah, who told us about it that he is heading to Bangalore. But, when we traced his location and found that he is heading to Calcutta, we sent a team of officers from our police station and Ulhasnagar Crime Branch who nabbed him on Sunday morning, when he got down at Howrah railway station. Shirsat further added, He was arrested on Tuesday, produced in court on Wednesday, and is in police custody till November 28. He claims to have a family in West Bengal and is married. The deceased was unhappy as he didn't spend much time with her and regular fights occurred between the two.
Thane: Ulhasnagar man held for killing illicit lover - Mid-Day
2016-11-24Ulhasnagar man forced to deposit fancy notes of Rs 500 and Rs 1000 - Mid-Day
Ulhasnagar man forced to deposit fancy notes of Rs 500 and Rs 1000 By Faisal Tandel Posted 24-Nov-2016 Ulhasnagar-based businessman Satish Ahire with the old paper notes worth R28,500, which he will be depositing in the bank. An Ulhasnagar-based businessman, who has been collecting rare notes of Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 for over a decade, is upset after he was forced to deposit all his old demonetised currency in the bank. Most of these old notes bear unique and fancy serial numbers on them. But, with demonetisation, they have zero value. Satish Ahire first started collecting these rare notes in 2005. He even created an album in which he has around 96 notes that have number 786, either in the beginning or the end. The 96 notes include currency denominations of Rs 1, Rs 2, Rs 5, Rs 10, Rs 20, Rs 50, Rs 100, Rs 500 and Rs 1,000. "I am very fond of collecting rare notes. But, I am upset that I had to deposit the old notes in the bank. At present, I have 30 notes of Rs 5,00 and 11 notes of Rs 1,000 with the number 786. I also had one Rs 1,000 note with the number 128128, while three Rs 500 notes with number 151151, 900900 and 787787," the numismatist added. Till date, he has accumulated around Rs 28,500 of the banned currency note, which he will deposit at the bank soon. I will keep one old note of Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 and deposit the rest in the bank. It is a big amount and I can't see it going to waste, said Ahire, who also likes collecting foreign currency. Ahire, who believes that the number '786' is lucky for him, says that he recently chanced upon a Rs 2,000 note with the same digits. "I will keep it safely," he said, adding that PM Narendra Modi's demonetisation drive has left him disappointed.
Ulhasnagar man forced to deposit fancy notes of Rs 500 and Rs 1000 - Mid-Day
2016-11-21Ulhasnagar killer flees to Kolkata, only to be nabbed by Thane cops ... - Mid-Day
Ulhasnagar killer flees to Kolkata, only to be nabbed by Thane cops By Faisal Tandel Posted 21-Nov-2016 A joint team of Vitthalwadi police and Ulhasnagar Crime Branch surprised a murderer, who had fled to Howrah, by reaching there before him and detaining him at the station. The man had fled after killing his wife, a former bar girl. He had even confessed to the crime to a friend, who had informed the police. The deceased, Jamila Khan alias Khatoon (24) was the second wife of the accused, Rajesh Khan (26); they had married a year ago. Rajesh was from West Bengal and used to stay with Jamila at Rajaram Complex in Asher Gaon, Ulhasnagar. Rage kills: According to the police, the incident took place on Friday afternoon. After an argument between them, Khan, in a fit of rage, choked her. On Friday afternoon, Khan met Safiullah Shaikh (35), his friend and neighbour, and gave him the key to his third-floor flat. He said Jamila had left home and he was going to look for her. On Friday night, Shaikh received a call from Khan, asking him to throw away a resin bag as he had killed his wife and kept her in it. Khan informed us and we started an investigation, said a senior officer from Vitthalwadi police station. Faster than the criminal: A case was register at Vitthalwadi police station under section 302 (murder) of the Indian Penal Code. The police, on the basis of Khan’s mobile number, tracked his location. We sent a team to Howrah by flight. And as soon as he got down at Howrah railway station, we detained him on Sunday. The team is bringing him back to Mumbai, said Surendra Shirsat, senior inspector, Vitthalwadi police station. The team of six members that left for Howrah included two officers and four constables. The officers along with the accused boarded a local on Sunday night. During interrogation, he said that whenever he used to come to Mumbai, he would stay with Jamila, said an officer. He added, There used to be regular fights between them, he told us. There were also fights over cash, as he used to take away her salary.
Ulhasnagar killer flees to Kolkata, only to be nabbed by Thane cops ... - Mid-Day
2016-11-21Ulhasnagar-based doctor penalised for botched-up surgery | Latest ... - Daily News & Analysis
Ulhasnagar-based doctor penalised for botched-up surgery Updated: Nov 21, 2016, 07:40 AM IST, DNA The Thane Consumer dispute redressal forum, penalised an Ulhasnagar based doctor thus asking him to pay an amount of Rs 2 lakh towards the complainant for the mental agony he went through because of the medical negligence. The case dates back to December 2012, when Mohanlal Premchandani from Ulhasnagar, had approached Dr Prabhu Ahuja, the owner of Shivneri hospital, after he complained of fever and lack of hunger. He approached his local physician to seek medical help, but it did not work. The complainant then realised that he had developed swelling in his abdomen and the physician advised him an X-ray. The reports concluded that there was a development of abscess in his stomach and he thus approached Dr Ahuja for treatment. According to the order copy, the doctor initially, without injecting anesthesia, tried to clean the pus, but as it did not work, so in January 2013, he got himself admitted in the hospital. The doctor performed surgery on him and later asked his ward boy to clean the wound on a daily basis. The doctor at one point, asked the ward boy to remove his stitches. Even after taking the treatment, the complainant did not get relief. He then approached Fortis Hospital in Kalyan where he was informed that the pus was not cleaned properly, which resulted in the development of certain organisms and if not, operated early, the infection would have reached his brain. When the forum asked the doctor to file his reply, he claimed that the complainant was trying to make some money so they should reject the plea.
Ulhasnagar-based doctor penalised for botched-up surgery | Latest ... - Daily News & Analysis
2016-11-20Thane Crime: Husband absconds after choking bar girl to death - Mid-Day
Thane Crime: Husband absconds after choking bar girl to death in Ulhasnagar By A Correspondent Posted 3 hours A 26-year-old man from Ulhasnagar is on the run after murdering his wife, a bar girl, whom he had married a year ago. The incident came to light after the man, identified as Rajesh Khan, called up his friend, and told him about the murder. The friend then informed the police and a manhunt has been launched to catch the killer. The police said the murder took place in the wee hours of Saturday at Khan's residence in Asher Gaon, Ulhasnagar. The deceased, Jamila Khan alias Khatoon, and Khan were having an argument, when the latter, in a moment of rage, choked Khatoon to death. Thane: Bar girl murdered, body disposed of in Bhimashankar forest "After the crime, Khan locked the door of the house and left the building. He then called one of his friends, Shafiq, and told him that he had killed Khatoon and disconnected the phone," said an official investigating the case. Shafiq immediately informed the cops, who rushed to the scene of the crime. The woman’s body was found on the bed. "We questioned a few neighbours who told us that the two had been married for a year. They did not know what Khan did for a living, but told us that Khatoon was a bar girl," said the official. Body of 25-year-old bar girl found in Dahisar flat, cops suspect murder "We have registered a case under section 302 of the Indian Penal Code for murder and efforts to arrest him are on," said Surendra Shirsat, senior inspector of Vitthalwadi police station.
Thane Crime: Husband absconds after choking bar girl to death - Mid-Day
2016-11-19Ulhasnagar businessman pic with a bundle of Rs. 2000 notes goes viral - Mid-Day
Ulhasnagar businessman photo with a bundle of Rs. 2,000 notes goes viral By Faisal Tandel Posted 3 hours Businessman, who is at the receiving end for showing off Rs. 2,000 notes, claims he borrowed money from family Dheeraj Chanchalani with the wad of Rs. 2,000 notes. Even as Mumbaikars are being forced to wait in long queues at ATMs to get hold of the new Rs. 2,000 note, an Ulhasnagar businessman who has managed to procure a stack of the freshly-minted currency, has irked many and raised doubts over whether demonetisation is really going to solve the problem of illegal money. A photograph of a businessman, identified as Dheeraj Chanchalani (26), showing off a wad of Rs. 2,000 currency notes, has been going viral on WhatsApp and other social networking sites since the last two days. Social media users have been sharing the photograph, demanding that the government authorities or RBI investigate the matter immediately. "How did the bank allot him so many currency notes? The bank manager should also be included in the probe," one user said. Dheeraj Chanchalani When mid-day contacted Chanchalani and questioned him about it, he claimed that they weren't his notes. Rubbishing rumours of having procured illegal money, Chanchalani said that he borrowed the new notes from family and friends so that he could pose with them. "I have been extremely disturbed after the pictures went viral. It was not a bundle, but 37 new notes. I have a joint family with more than 20 family members residing together, and I took the notes from them," said Chanchalani, who owns two flour mills. Sources said that Chanchalani is a close relative of Jaya Makhija, corporator from Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation and wife of BJP state president Prakash Makhija. "Yes I know the corporator as we are relatives. But, I am not into any illegal business. I myself stood in the queue to withdraw cash."
Ulhasnagar businessman pic with a bundle of Rs. 2000 notes goes viral - Mid-Day
2016-11-17What naming and shaming didn't, PM Narendra Modi's demonetisation did - Mid-Day
What naming and shaming didn't, Narendra Modi's demonetisation did By Faisal Tandel Posted 3 hours 50,000 property tax defaulters in Ulhasnagar settle dues of Rs 25 crore in just a week to get rid of banned currency notes; the civic body tried bringing them to heel for six months Officials from the Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation seize the property of a tax defaulter last evening. It seized 50 properties in just a day. For all the flak that the demonetisation move has drawn, we have to grudgingly admit that its right on the money. It has done in a week what the Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation (UMC) tried in vain for six months: get property tax defaulters to fall in line and pay up. Since the withdrawal of Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 denomination notes on November 8 till yesterday, more than 50,000 defaulters within the corporation's jurisdiction paid Rs 25 crore of the Rs 362-crore property tax dues. Around 1.5 lakh still need to clear their dues. Banned Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 notes can be used to pay property taxes, water and electricity bills, and other penalty to the government till November 24. mid-day's page 1 report on October 27 on the plan to send out eunuchs to shame defaulters into paying up. Every trick in the book: The UMC had dabbled with quite a few measures to get tax defaulters to pay up. Earlier, it sent out dhol performers at the residences and offices of the defaulters, hoping to shame them into settling their dues. When that barely made a difference to its coffers, it began cracking down and seizing errant property. Again, there weren't many people lining up to make their payments. It then decided in the last week of October to send out eunuchs to shame defaulters right outside their homes. This plan, however, had to be withdrawn when many political leaders themselves turned the tables on the UMC, asking if they could resort to a similar measure when the civic body failed to provide citizens with amenities like water, power and good road infrastructure. Rajendra Nimbhalkar, UMC commissioner, confirmed the windfall over the last week. "There were around 2 lakh defaulters who had to pay their tax dues. Around 1 lakh of these are people had to pay the current years property taxes, and another 1 lakh owed money for the past 10 years. The total outstanding dues were Rs 362 crore, including the current year's Rs 100 crore, from 2 lakh properties." He said nearly 500 people across all UMC wards are helping out with tax collections. He said the demonetisation move was an excellent opportunity to goad people into paying their taxes. He claimed that it wasn't the shortage of money that stopped defaulters from settling their dues before, just sheer brazenness to defy the rules. Properties seized: Yesterday, the UMC seized around 50 properties, including a chemical dyes manufacturer and a lodge. "Amar Dye Chemical Pvt Limited, which is now defunct, in Shahad has to pay around Rs 9 crore and Dolphin Club Lodging and Boarding in Ulhasnagar around Rs 86 lakh. We sent them notices, but they didn't respond. So, we seized their property," said Nimbhalkar. Since October till the first week of November, the UMC has seized more than 200 tax defaulters.
What naming and shaming didn
2016-11-16Ulhasnagar hotel sealed over Rs 86L dues | Mumbai NYOOOZ - NYOOOZ
Ulhasnagar hotel sealed over Rs 86L dues TOI Mumbai Wed,16 Nov 2016 Ulhasnagar: The Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation on Tuesday sealed a hotel for not paying property tax of Rs 86 lakh pending since several years. The action came a day after municipal commissioner Rajendra Nimbalkar warned the management of Dolphin hotel to pay its dues.Amar Dye Chemicals Pvt Ltd, which is now defunct, in Shahad was also sealed for not paying Rs 9-crore tax.The team that sealed Dolphin hotel was led by deputy municipal commissioner Vijaya Kanthe and assistant municipal commissioner Yuvraj Bhadane. "The hotel had got a court stay on property dues till October 2011, but the management did not pay tax even after the period, hence action was taken," said Nimbalkar.
2016-11-15Bride, kin run away from wedding hall, booked - Times of India
Bride, kin run away from wedding hall, booked Updated: Nov 15, 2016, 06.08 AM IST ULHASNAGAR: In a 'Runaway Bride' situation with a twist, a woman and her family escaped from a wedding hall full of guests in Ulhasnagar. Following the incident, the groom has registered a cheating case against the bride and her father. In the complaint, Praveen Pattebahadur alleged that the bride's father, Kiran Kamble, who was involved in filmmaking, had taken money from him and had offered his daughter's hand in marriage. The police said Pattebahadur and Payal, the bride, both lived in the Talegaon area of Pune. The wedding was organised at Bhartiya Bodh Mahasangh's hall in Ulhasnagar. Praveen alleged Kiran was involved in Marathi filmmaking and had taken several loans from him, totalling Rs 3 lakh. He added that Kiran offered him a role in his upcoming movie. The groom reached the Ulhasnara community hall on Monday with his guests, while only Payal, her father and sister Poorni were present from the bride's side. Praveen told TOI, "Around 2.10 pm, Payal and Poorni said they were going to a salon but did not come back. The father then said he was going to check but he didn't return either." Attempts by TOI to contact Kiran Kamble were futile as his phone was unreachable.
Bride, kin run away from wedding hall, booked - Times of India
2016-11-15Ulhasnagar man files cheating case against his runaway bride - Mid-Day
Ulhasnagar man files cheating case against his runaway bride By Faisal Tandel Posted 11 minutes ago Pravin Pattebahaddara and Kalyani Kamble in happier times This incident will definitely remind you of one of those Bollywood flicks about runaway brides; unfortunately, this time its real and definitely serious. On the pretext of going to a beauty parlour, this bride ran away from her wedding hall in Ulhasnagar on Monday, deserting her would-be husband. The families of the bride and groom gathered outside the Vitthalwadi police station. Frustrated and dejected, the groom then registered a cheating case against the girl, Kalyani Kamble and her family with Vitthalwadi police. Alert Mumbai cops save runaway bride from Karnataka The victim, Pravin Pattebahaddara, is a JCB operator in a private firm and has been staying in Talegaon for the past couple of years. He is originally from Washim in Akola. During investigation, the police found that the families of the bride and the groom met during a wedding mela. Members of a particular community gather during such melas. Boys and girls introduce themselves and then the families decide on marriage. After the girl's father Kiran Kamble decided to get her daughter married to Pravin, the duo started interacting frequently, said Surendra Shrisath, senior police inspector of Vitthalwadi police station. Bonding over cash: As the bond between the families got stronger, they even started sharing money. Kalyani's father took cash from Pravin twice i.e a total of Rs 1.63 lakh, as he was making a Marathi film. Later, when Pravin asked for the money, he said that he would settle it later after the marriage. Accordingly, the marriage was fixed on November 14, said a police officer from Vitthalwadi police station. On Monday, the wedding was arranged at Buddha Vihar near Takshashila Vidyalaya in Ulhasnagar. How cops caught the runaway bride After the bride ran away from the venue, her family members also tried to flee, but Pravin caught hold of them. He then got them to the police station. After hearing both the sides, we registered a cheating case against the girl and her family. As the incident started from Talegaon, we will transfer the case to Talegaon police station, added Shrisath. When contacted, Pravin said, Kalyani was ready for the marriage but I am not aware what went wrong. A case has been registered at Vitthalwadi police station under Section 420 (cheating and dishonestly inducing delivery of property) of the Indian Penal Code. Rs 1.63 lakh: The amount the bride's father had taken as a loan from the groom's family
Ulhasnagar man files cheating case against his runaway bride - Mid-Day
2016-11-15Ulhasnagar hotel sealed over Rs 86L dues - Times of India
Ulhasnagar hotel sealed over Rs 86L dues Pradeep Gupta | TNN | Updated: Nov 16, 2016, 12.34 AM IST Ulhasnagar: The Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation on Tuesday sealed a hotel for not paying property tax of Rs 86 lakh pending since several years. The action came a day after municipal commissioner Rajendra Nimbalkar warned the management of Dolphin hotel to pay its dues. Amar Dye Chemicals Pvt Ltd, which is now defunct, in Shahad was also sealed for not paying Rs 9-crore tax. The team that sealed Dolphin hotel was led by deputy municipal commissioner Vijaya Kanthe and assistant municipal commissioner Yuvraj Bhadane. "The hotel had got a court stay on property dues till October 2011, but the management did not pay tax even after the period, hence action was taken," said Nimbalkar.
Ulhasnagar hotel sealed over Rs 86L dues - Times of India
2016-11-14Pay property tax and I'll visit you: UMC chief | Mumbai NYOOOZ - NYOOOZ
Pay property tax and I'll visit you: UMC chief DNAIndia Mumbai Mon,14 Nov 2016 The recent demonetisation of Rs 500/1000 notes has forced defaulters to become honorable tax payers much to the satisfaction of civic bodies who are making hay while the sun shines. To make the most of the last 48 hours, the Ulhasnagar Municipal Commissioner will now visit homes of tax payers who owe Rs 25 lakh or more as dues. Since the announcement by the state government that citizens can pay taxes using Rs 500/1000 currencies, the Ulhasnagar municipal corporation (UMC) has netted Rs 17 crore as property tax (PT) and other dues from citizens. November 14 midnight being the last day to pay their civic bills using the now obsolete currencies, the UMC commissioner Rajendra Nimbalkar has decided to become the personal tax collector for those who owe a huge amount to the UMC. To facilitate easy payment of PT, the UMC officials will also visit residence of citizens to pick up amounts of Rs 5 lakh or more. Such property owners have to just send a message to the Municipal Commissioner and our team will visit the location and collect the dues. A receipt of the amount on the spot will also be given, he says. People can send in their message to Nimbalkar on his cell number 9823073627..
2016-11-14Pay property tax and I'll visit you: UMC chief - Daily News & Analysis
Pay property tax and I’ll visit you: UMC chief NAVEETA SINGH | Mon, 14 Nov 2016-07:00am , DNA The recent demonetisation of Rs 500/1000 notes has forced defaulters to become honorable tax payers much to the satisfaction of civic bodies who are making hay while the sun shines. To make the most of the last 48 hours, the Ulhasnagar Municipal Commissioner will now visit homes of tax payers who owe Rs 25 lakh or more as dues. Since the announcement by the state government that citizens can pay taxes using Rs 500/1000 currencies, the Ulhasnagar municipal corporation (UMC) has netted Rs 17 crore as property tax (PT) and other dues from citizens. November 14 midnight being the last day to pay their civic bills using the now obsolete currencies, the UMC commissioner Rajendra Nimbalkar has decided to become the personal tax collector for those who owe a huge amount to the UMC. To facilitate easy payment of PT, the UMC officials will also visit residence of citizens to pick up amounts of Rs 5 lakh or more. “Such property owners have to just send a message to the Municipal Commissioner and our team will visit the location and collect the dues. A receipt of the amount on the spot will also be given,” he says. People can send in their message to Nimbalkar on his cell number 9823073627.
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2016-11-13Three buffaloes mutilated to 'jeopardize' milk business | Mumbai ... - NYOOOZ
Three buffaloes mutilated to jeopardize milk business TOI Mumbai Sun,13 Nov 2016 Ulhasnagar: The udders of three buffaloes housed in a shed in Ulhasnagar were slashed by an unidentified person on Friday.In a police complaint, owner of the shed, Laxman Patil (40) has said that he suspects this was done to jeopardize his dairy business by disrupting the supply of milk sold. Patil said that the buffaloes were tethered in a shed adjoining his house in Mamurli village. On Friday evening, when he went to extract milk, he found that someone had cut off the udders of three of the buffaloes.An official from Hill Line police station said that a case has been filed against an unidentified person.
2016-11-13Currency demonetisation: CM Devendra Fadnavis asks urban local bodies to keep payment counters open today - The Indian Express
Currency demonetisation: CM Devendra Fadnavis asks urban local bodies to keep payment counters open today By: Express News Service | Mumbai | Published:November 14, 2016 2:26 am With urban local bodies collecting more than Rs 341 crore from citizens towards payments of various bills in the demonetised notes of Rs 500 and Rs 1,000, Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis has ordered municipalities to continue the facility even Monday. Though government offices would be shut on Monday since it is a public holiday on account of Guru Nanak Jayanti, the local bodies have been asked to keep the payment counters open. An official in the Chief Minister's Office (CMO) Sunday said the total amount collected so far stood at Rs 340.75 crore across all urban bodies. The sum was collected towards bills related to water and sewerage tax and property tax, among other dues. Among these urban local bodies, the Mumbai municipality has so far netted Rs 43.07 crore, Pune Rs 41.67 crore, Kalyan Dombivli Rs 22.44 crore, and Ulhasnagar Rs 17.08 crore. The state government had announced last week that people would be allowed to use the demonetised currency notes for payment of their water and sewerage tax bills, property taxes, and various other municipal dues. The concession was also extended to electricity bill payments. The deadline has been extended till Monday midnight. The finance department has also permitted dealers to pay sales tax dues using the old notes till November 14. The CMO tweeted Sunday that the government had issued instructions to all private hospitals for accepting cheque payments from patients in emergency cases. The government has indicated that it would take strict action against those found violating the directive.
Currency demonetisation: CM Devendra Fadnavis asks urban local bodies to keep payment counters open today - The Indian Express
2016-11-12Demonetisation: Property tax defaulters fall in line to pay up - Mid-Day
Demonetisation: Property tax defaulters fall in line to pay up By Chaitraly Deshmukh and Faisal Tande People queue up at the Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation office to pay property tax as (left) civic commissioner Rajendra Nimbalkar and PRO and assistant municipal commissioner Yuvraj Badane look on. PM Narendra Modi's decision to discontinue Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 notes has boosted the revenue of many civic bodies in Maharashtra. Property tax defaulters from Pune, Thane, Ulhasnagar and other municipal corporations were seen forming queues to pay the dues — not out of any sense of responsibility though, but to get rid of the banned currency. Pune Municipal Corporation (PMC) collected over Rs 20 crore, while Thane Municipal Corporations (TMC's) stood at Rs 13.37 crore and Ulhasnagar's Rs 7.50 crore. And the coffers fill up: Up until now the civic bodies had to chase citizens for recovery of dues. The PMC had even started a drive called Band Bajao band troupes would be sent to peoples homes to play in a bid to shame people into paying up, but even that had not the kind of impact that the demonetisation has had. It recovered Rs 25 crore in 10 hours. Around 7 am, queues were seen outside the PMC; 200-odd employees were deployed to handle that. Officials happySuhas Mapari, head of the property tax department of PMC, said, From 8 am, our team started taking the money and within three hours around Rs 5 crore were collected. Most dues were of this year, but there was a substantial amount from the last five years as well. We had decided to keep the counters open till Friday midnight, hoping that by morning we would have netted Rs 20 crore, but we managed to get that amount in 10 hours after starting collection. It will increase, he added. And if anyone tries to give us fake notes, we have kept machines to verify the same. We actually did come across a few fake notes, we returned them to citizens. Till 6 pm, 7,327 citizens has paid cash, all amounting to Rs 20.37 crore, 511 had given cheque (Rs 2.90 crore), and eight had paid via DD, which totalled to Rs 14 crore. Closer home. The TMC had collected Rs 13.37 crore till 8.30 pm on Friday. We have 10 wards and the tax collection will go on till 12 am. So, we expect the amount to rise by a crore or two at the very least, said Sandeep Malvi, public relations officer (PRO), TMC. The PRO of Kalyan-Dombivli Municipal Corporation (KDMC) said, There has been a huge queue outside our office. We expect collections to rise by Rs 3 crore to Rs 4 crore. The KDMC had collected around Rs 9.17 crore till 8.30 pm on Friday. The Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation (UMC), till 6 pm, had collected Rs 7.50 crore. We had been approaching people for over a month, but no one bothered. After the currency ban, everyone's paying up. This means that people had cash stashed at their homes, said UMC commissioner Rajendra Nimbalkar. Ultimately, all this money will benefit the corporation and be useful for the city's development. Rs 7.5 cr The tax PMC collected till October Rs 1,400 cr The property tax that PMC needs to recover this fiscal
Demonetisation: Property tax defaulters fall in line to pay up - Mid-Day
2016-11-07Bizmen accuse bookie of cooking up drug case - Times of India
Bizmen accuse bookie of cooking up drug case Pradeep Gupta | TNN | Nov 8, 2016, 04.49 AM IST ULHASNAGAR: Wanted bookie Anil Jaisinghani is under the Assam police's scanner for allegedly fabricting a drug peddling case against three Ulhasnagar-based businessmen. Jaisinghani is wanted in four other cases lodged against him by the Enforcement Directorate, the Sakinaka police station, Azad Maidan police station and Sola police station in Ahmedabad. In the Assam case, the police are also probing the roles of three other persons, including two senior police officials, who allegedly helped the bookie build the false case. Recently, the Silapathar police in Assam arrested a person, Sanjay Yadav, with a packet of biscuits that had 15 gm heroine in it. During interrogation, Yadav told the police that the three businessmen Kishore Keshwani, Nand Jethani and Kai Jethani, who are directors at Konark Infrastructure Private Limited, had given him the packet to be delivered in Mumbai. Based on Yadav's statement, on September 1, the Assam police reached Ulhasnagar to arrest the businessmen. However, during investigation, they found out that one of the businessmen, on April 3, had alerted the Assam police and government officials about the possibility of Jaisinghani fabricating a false case against them. The businessman had alerted the police that he and his partners have a property dispute with Jaisinghani and that he could cook up a case against them in Assam as he travels there often. The police also came to know that the businessmen had lodged two FIRs against Jaisinghani even before the drugs case was lodged. The cops then served summons to the businessmen and asked them to be present at the police station before October 1. On getting the notice, Keshwani and his partners started collecting evidence against Jaisinghani. Keshwani said: "When the police came to arrest us, we showed them all records. To prove our innocence, we collected evidence against Jaisinghani. We are happy that the police too are probing this angle." Nand Jethani said, "We collected evidence showing Jaisinghani visited Assam in March, April and May and was in contact with a friend who is at a senior position in a football federation and two senior police officials one from Dhemaji district and another from Silapathar police station." "We also collected phone records showing that they all were in constant touch before and after filing the false case. We also told the police that they were friends on a social networking site, proving their friendship," he added. Nilesh Sawakare, superintendent of Dhemaji district police, told TOI: "Based on the evidence provided by the Ulhasnagar businessmen, our team is probing the role of Jaisinghani."
Bizmen accuse bookie of cooking up drug case - Times of India
2016-11-05Ulhasnagar: 1 dead after building wall collapses | Mumbai NYOOOZ - NYOOOZ
Ulhasnagar: 1 dead after building wall collapses IE Mumbai Sat,05 Nov 2016 A 62-year-old man died and two others were injured after a section of a four-storeyed building collapsed on Friday in Ulhasnagar. After the rescue operation was over, the building, which was primarily residential, was vacated and cordoned off by the Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation (UMC). Civic officials stated that the 20-year old building named Sindri Sagar was not illegal and had 12 flats and seven shops. Around 7:30 pm, the walls on one side of the building collapsed on all four floors. The building was not dilapidated. Many of the flats were vacant. We have severed the electricity and water connection. We will conduct a structural audit on Sunday, after which we will get more clarity on the cause for the partial collapse, an official from the municipal corporation said. The building will remain vacant until it can be declared structurally safe again. The deceased, 62-year-old Manoharlal Kamria, was reportedly sitting in his drawing room when one of the walls of his flat collapsed.
Ulhasnagar: 1 dead after building wall collapses | Mumbai NYOOOZ - NYOOOZ
2016-11-05One dead in building collapse in Ulhasnagar - Daily News & Analysis
One dead in building collapse in Ulhasnagar IMRAN FAZAL | Sat, 5 Nov 2016-07:55am , DNA A slab of an Ulhasnagar building collapsed on Friday evening killing a 62-year-old man and injuring his son. Manoharlal Kamaria, 62, died in the incident while his son Vinod was injured. The Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation rushed its fire brigade to the spot to evacuate the residents of the Sindhi Sagar building in Ulhasnagar. “We have evacuated the building and we are checking the records to ascertain if the building was given evacuation notice,” said a senior civic official. The police teams along with locals gathered to help the residents of the building as they pulled them out to safety. “A vehicle which was parked on the ground floor was damaged due to the impact of the collapsing structure,” said local resident Madhu Keswani.
One dead in building collapse in Ulhasnagar - Daily News & Analysis
2016-11-041 dies, 3 injured in building collapse in Ulhasnagar - Times of India
1 dies, 3 injured in building collapse in Ulhasnagar Pradeep Gupta | TNN | Nov 4, 2016, 09.04 PM IST ULHASNAGAR: One person died and three others were injured after a part of ground plus four storied building collapsed in a posh locality of Ulhasnagar on Friday evening. The incident took place in Sindhari Sagar building situated in Sapna Garden area. The building has 12 blocks, each having three and four BHK flats. The building is said to be only 23 years old and was constructed by famous Tharwani builder. Yuvraj Bhadane, public relation officer of UMC, said, "The building was not in the list of dangerous buildings. It has been sealed now". The fire officials said on Friday evening, suddenly a part of slab of the terrace floor came down breaking up to ground floor in which Manohar Kamaia,52, who was drinking tea in the hall room, came down on the ground floor and died. Manohar's wife Kavita, 50, and son Vinod, 24, also suffered injuries in the mishap.
1 dies, 3 injured in building collapse in Ulhasnagar - Times of India

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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
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kindly control the street dog... in ulhasnagar 1
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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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