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

2016-12-30Thane police ​on the trail of accused who ​broke into ​​Ulhasnagar​ ​​gold loan finance firm - Daily News & Analysis
Thane police ​on the trail of accused who ​broke into ​​Ulhasnagar​ ​​gold loan finance firm Manappuram-Finance-company
Thane police ​on the trail of accused who ​broke into ​​Ulhasnagar​ ​​gold loan finance firm - Daily News & Analysis
2016-12-28Ulhasnagar gold heist: Modus operandi of theft points to Jharkhand gang - Mid-Day
Ulhasnagar gold heist: Modus operandi of theft points to Jharkhand gang By Vijay Kumar Yadav | Posted 28-Dec-2016 Two watchmen were suspected to be behind the Ulhasnagar gold heist. However, investigators now feel that a gang from Jharkhand did it, as the modus operandi of the burglary matches their style of robberies. Investigators probing the Rs 9 crore heist involving 35kg of gold at Mannapuram Gold Loan branch in Ulhasnagar, suspect a gang from a small village of Jharkhand, which has expertise in breaking high security safe, could be behind the crime. A team of policemen has already reached Jharkhand following important leads. Other police teams are hunting for some gang members in West Bengal and Bihar, as investigators suspect the heist was a handiwork of two gangs including a Nepali gang.The theft The unknown thieves fled with the gold on Sunday night from a branch of the gold loaning company located in Sai Krupa Palace housing society in Ulhasnagar. They first made a hole in the shared wall of the society’s water pump room and the branch’s toilet to enter the strong room and then cut holes into the safety vault with gas cutters to steal the gold. A source said that professional gang of thieves from the town of Rajmahal in Jharkhand’s Sahibganj district, is strongly suspected to be behind the heist as the gang has expertise in opening such high security vaults with that method. The gang’s name had earlier cropped up in many heists across various states including in Kamothe, Kalachwokie and Virar. The gang is known to sell looted jewellery using their already established networks of jewellers who buy stolen ornaments. Their modus operandi The gang generally goes by two modus operandi. One: by starting a fruit-selling business in a shop adjacent to the target gold loaning agency or bank and then entering the offices by making holes in the walls they cut open the vault and clean out valuables. Two: By doing a recce of vulnerable loan agencies or banks and then bribing the security guard and carrying out the heist. In this case, the former and current watchmen of the housing society are also suspects. Phones of both the watchmen are switched off. In one watchman’s room, the police have recovered some material that was used in the theft. However, there has been an unusual element to this heist. An officer said, “This Jharkhand gang usually does not cover their face with mask. But his time they did and also cut the wires of the CCTV camera.” Not tough to enter Speaking about the burglary, investigators said that gaining entry inside the agency is not a tough task for any gang of thieves, but cutting open the high security iron safe can only be done by an expert who is well versed with the multi layer locking system of the safe. “The door of the safety vault is nearly one feet in width. Cutting open it even with the gas cutters is a time consuming and almost impossible task. To open the door of the vault, the thieves didn’t need much strength, but professional tricks,” said an officer privy to the probe. Cutting through layers Officer further explained that the multiple walls in the vault’s door have gaps in between. “Using gas cutters, the thieves made a hole on the upper and lower sides of the door, making small passage for hands to reach the upper and lower levers of the vault. The door was opened by operating the lever locks by hand and then the another grilled door inside was cut opened and gold was cleaned out of the vault,” said the officer. Most banks and gold loaning agencies usually use vaults with such a safety lock system. Multiple teams of Vithalwadi police and local crime branch have been formed to investigate the case. They will be including in their probe analysis of dump data in the area and suspicious movements in the area in past fortnight, said a senior police officer.
Ulhasnagar gold heist: Modus operandi of theft points to Jharkhand gang - Mid-Day
2016-12-28Shiv Sena Ulhasnagar prez, corporator booked for ransacking MIDC office - Web India 123
Shiv Sena Ulhasnagar prez, corporator booked for ransacking MIDC office Thane | Wednesday, Dec 28 2016 IST The Ulhasnagar City Unit President of the Shiv Sena, Rajendra Chowdhary, and city corporator of the Shiv Sena, Ramesh Chavan, and other Sena activists have been booked on the charges of ransacking the MIDC office, police said today. This incident of the Sainiks happened in the presence of the Amberanth MLA, Dr Balaji Kinnikar.MIDC Executive Engineer, Sanjay Nanavare in a complaint stated that on Monday last at noon a delegation of the Shiv Sena activists numbering around 20-25 led by the MLA came to his office for discussing the water shortage issue. During the course of discussion, three of them got annoyed and one of them picked up his mobile on the table and threw it down breaking it. Another one pulled out the papers on the table and flung them away. The third one picked up the chair and hurled it at the officer. The chair hit the computer in the office which alsofell down and broke into pieces he said. The staffers were shocked to see this scene and filed a complaint. Police have registered offences under sections 353,332,427,504 and 506 of the IPC and also section 7 of the Criminal Law Amendment Act 1932 and also section 3 of Damage to Property Act, police at the Manpada Police in Dombivili stated. No arrest has been made so far in this connection, police added.UNI XR NV AW SDR SNU 1602
Shiv Sena Ulhasnagar prez, corporator booked for ransacking MIDC office - Web India 123
2016-12-28Six of family including four lawyers booked for gang-rape of maid servant - Times of India
Six of family including four lawyers booked for gang-rape of maid servant Pradeep Gupta | TNN | Updated: Dec 28, 2016, 05.22 PM IST ULHASNAGAR: The Vithalwadi police in Ulhasnagar has registered a case against five lawyers and two women of a family for allegedly gang-raping their maid servant. The accused have been identified as Ulhas More, his brother Satish, mother Alka, sister Sangeeta Shah and her husband Deepak and friend Nikumbh Rawal. Acting on the complaint, the Vithalwadi police has managed to arrest Satish and searching for other accused who is on the run. Police said the victim, 41, stays in Kalyan and used to work as a maid servant at More's place situated in Vithalwadi area in Ulhasnagar. In the complaint, the victim alleged that four to five months before when all family members were at home including their friend, Rawal during which she had argument with Alka over some issue after which Alka and Sangeeta pushed her into a room and sent Ulhas, Satish, Deepak and Nikumbh to rape her one by one.The complainant also alleged that the accused threatened her not to reveal the crime to anyone. The victim further claimed that later during one occasion, Satish and his brother Ulhas came to her residence in Kalyan where they again forcefully raped her.The victim claimed that when she approached the local Koksewadi police, they initially denied to file an FIR but later after some local leaders from the community interfered, Kolsewadi police registered an FIR and transferred the case to Vithalwadi police in Ulhasnagar. Vithalwadi police has arrested one lawyer while other family members are on the run.
Six of family including four lawyers booked for gang-rape of maid servant - Times of India
2016-12-28Ulhasnagar: Woman claims raped for three months by lawyers' family, provides video as 'proof' - The Indian Express
Ulhasnagar: Woman claims raped for three months by lawyers’ family, provides video as ‘proof’ Updated: December 29, 2016 2:50 am THE THANE police late Tuesday night registered a case against six persons, including four lawyers and two women, for their alleged involvement in the rape of a 45-year-old woman for over three months. Of the six persons named in the FIR, Ganesh More — whose brother, sister, brother-in-law, mother and a family friend are the other five accused — was arrested and remanded in police custody till December 31 by a local court on Wednesday. Officers said the 45-year-old had provided a video-recording of the alleged crime to support her complaint.According to the statement given by the complainant to the Vitthalwadi police station, she is from northern Maharashtra and had come to the city to help look after her brother who suffers from a kidney ailment and needs to visit hospitals frequently. Here, she took up a job as a domestic help at the Mores’ Ulhasnagar residence. On September 19, she said in her statement, she saw a woman member of the family behave in an inappropriate manner at the house. She reported the matter to Alka More, Ganesh’s mother. Alka reportedly shouted at the victim for “spoiling the name of the family that was paying her”, the statement read. Alka then called her daughter Sangeeta, son-in-law Deepak Shah and a family friend Nikunj Rawal, who was present in the house, the victim alleged. “The women, who were angry with me, pushed me to the bedroom, where the two men raped me,” the statement read. The victim further claimed that she was scared and stopped going to work. She would stay alone at her brother’s residence, as the latter spent most of the time in hospital. Sangeeta’s two brothers — Ulhas and Ganesh More — then allegedly began to visit her at her brother’s house. The woman claimed that initially they spoke to her nicely but later started forcing themselves on her. “They told me that everyone in their family was a lawyer and if I dared complain to anyone, my life would be ruined. I was further scared that no one would believe me if I told them what was happening,” the statement read. Later, however, she broke down and told her brother and other family members about the abuse. As the two brothers kept coming to her house, the family made provisions for video-recording their visit, so that they could have evidence against the brothers, she claimed. The statement further claims that earlier this month, Ganesh came to her residence armed with a knife and threatened her for “talking about the rape” to outsiders. He then forced himself on her, an act captured on the cameras that had been set up. With evidence in hand, the family then approached the Vitthalwadi police station, where a rape case was registered against the six persons. Investigating officer of the case, sub-inspector Chandrakant Khuspe, said, “In the video, Ganesh is seen entering the house, but the knife cannot not seen. Based on the complaint, we have arrested Ganesh, who has been remanded in our custody till December 31.” Zonal deputy commissioner Sunil Bharadwaj said, “The complaint is being verified. We will decide on more arrests at a later stage.”
Ulhasnagar: Woman claims raped for three months by lawyers
2016-12-289 cr Thane gold heist: Only one gang in India can crack this safe, say cops - Mid-Day
Ulhasnagar gold heist: Modus operandi of theft points to Jharkhand gang By Vijay Kumar Yadav Posted 28-Dec-2016 Mannapuram Gold Loan branch in Ulhasnagar that was looted Two watchmen were suspected to be behind the Ulhasnagar gold heist. However, investigators now feel that a gang from Jharkhand did it, as the modus operandi of the burglary matches their style of robberies. Thane: Watchman burgles Rs 9 crore gold by making holes in walls The hole made in the wall of the water pump room. Holes were made with gas cutters in the safety vault that held the gold Investigators probing the Rs 9 crore heist involving 35kg of gold at Mannapuram Gold Loan branch in Ulhasnagar, suspect a gang from a small village of Jharkhand, which has expertise in breaking high security safe, could be behind the crime. A team of policemen has already reached Jharkhand following important leads. Other police teams are hunting for some gang members in West Bengal and Bihar, as investigators suspect the heist was a handiwork of two gangs including a Nepali gang. The theft: The unknown thieves fled with the gold on Sunday night from a branch of the gold loaning company located in Sai Krupa Palace housing society in Ulhasnagar. They first made a hole in the shared wall of the society's water pump room and the branch's toilet to enter the strong room and then cut holes into the safety vault with gas cutters to steal the gold. A source said that professional gang of thieves from the town of Rajmahal in Jharkhand's Sahibganj district, is strongly suspected to be behind the heist as the gang has expertise in opening such high security vaults with that method. The gang's name had earlier cropped up in many heists across various states including in Kamothe, Kalachwokie and Virar. The gang is known to sell looted jewellery using their already established networks of jewellers who buy stolen ornaments. Their modus operandi: The gang generally goes by two modus operandi. One: by starting a fruit-selling business in a shop adjacent to the target gold loaning agency or bank and then entering the offices by making holes in the walls they cut open the vault and clean out valuables. Two: By doing a recce of vulnerable loan agencies or banks and then bribing the security guard and carrying out the heist. In this case, the former and current watchmen of the housing society are also suspects. Phones of both the watchmen are switched off. In one watchman's room, the police have recovered some material that was used in the theft. However, there has been an unusual element to this heist. An officer said, This Jharkhand gang usually does not cover their face with mask. But his time they did and also cut the wires of the CCTV camera. Not tough to enter: Speaking about the burglary, investigators said that gaining entry inside the agency is not a tough task for any gang of thieves, but cutting open the high security iron safe can only be done by an expert who is well versed with the multi layer locking system of the safe. The door of the safety vault is nearly one feet in width. Cutting open it even with the gas cutters is a time consuming and almost impossible task. To open the door of the vault, the thieves didn't need much strength, but professional tricks, said an officer privy to the probe. Cutting through layers: Officer further explained that the multiple walls in the vault's door have gaps in between. Using gas cutters, the thieves made a hole on the upper and lower sides of the door, making small passage for hands to reach the upper and lower levers of the vault. The door was opened by operating the lever locks by hand and then the another grilled door inside was cut opened and gold was cleaned out of the vault, said the officer. Most banks and gold loaning agencies usually use vaults with such a safety lock system. Multiple teams of Vithalwadi police and local crime branch have been formed to investigate the case. They will be including in their probe analysis of dump data in the area and suspicious movements in the area in past fortnight, said a senior police officer.
9 cr Thane gold heist: Only one gang in India can crack this safe, say cops - Mid-Day
2016-12-28Burglary at gold loan firm set off alarm, but its security team blamed it on rats - Times of India
Burglary at gold loan firm set off alarm, but its security team blamed it on rats Pradeep Gupta | TNN | Updated: Dec 28, 2016, 05.41 AM IST. ULHASNAGAR: Had the security personnel of Manappuram Finance's Ulhasnagar loan branch acted properly on a siren alert and alerted the local police, the burglary at the firm could have been averted. Around 2am on Monday, burglars used a gas cutter to make a hole on the rear wall of the firm's ground floor office to gain entry. They stole 32kg of gold ornaments worth Rs 9 crore. It has now emerged that the branch's locker room was connected to the firm's security centre with an alarm system, which worked upon detecting unauthorised entry. A source said on Tuesday that after the branch's siren started at the centre, the firm's security team visited the spot, but seeing that the front door was secure, they thought that the siren went off because of rats and went away. The prime suspect in the crime is Karan Thapa, the watchman of the Shankar Krupa Palace building, in Ulhasnagar's Lal Chakki, where the Manappuram office is located. Thapa, a Nepalese national, has been missing since the incident. Seven Nepalese security guards working in nearby areas have been detained and are being questioned about him. On the basis of information provided by them, the police have identified four more suspects and sent teams to West Bengal, Rajasthan, Nepal and Jharkhand. A resident of the building said Thapa was a stand-in for guard Deepak, who recently left for Nepal to attend a wedding. Thapa was brought by Deepak who was introduced to the building's society by guard Ganesh, who works at a Chinese eatery. Ganesh is among those detained. Deepak's phone cannot be reached. The firm in a statement has said it is conducting an internal investigation.
Burglary at gold loan firm set off alarm, but its security team blamed it on rats - Times of India
2016-12-27Ulhasnagar branch of Manappuram Finance looted of 32 kg of gold - Moneycontrol.com
Ulhasnagar branch of Manappuram Finance looted of 32 kg of gold The Ulhasnagar branch of Manappuram Finance was looted of over 32 kg of gold jewellery worth about Rs 9 crore early on Monday reports The Times of India. Moneycontrol Bureau: The Ulhasnagar branch of Manappuram Finance was looted of over 32 kg of gold jewellery worth about Rs 9 crore early on Monday reports The Times of India .The security guard who manned the building is allegedly suspected to be the hand behind this crime. The Nepalese national Karan Thapa, is absconding. The CCTV footage showed two masked men before the network wires were cut off. However, the police think the miscreants could be more in number as the tools they left behind are heavy and need at least four or five to haul them. They entered the firm through the duct area behind its office, where the building's main water supply pipeline passes through.
Ulhasnagar branch of Manappuram Finance looted of 32 kg of gold - Moneycontrol.com
2016-12-27Ulhasnagar gold heist: Manappuram branch lacked night watchman - Hindustan Times
Ulhasnagar gold heist: Manappuram branch lacked night watchman mumbai Updated: Dec 27, 2016 13:10 IST Sajana Nambiar Hindustan Times A day after 32 kg of gold jewellery worth Rs 9 crore was stolen from a Manappuram Finance branch in Ulhasnagar, customers have gathered at the office to ask compensation for looted jewellery We have started collecting their names and other details to cross check it with our records. This procedure will continue. The company is deciding on how to help the customers recover the gold they have deposited with us, said Arvind Dinkar, Area manager of Ulhassnagar, branch. The branch has 965 customers. One of the customers who approached the branch, Vikas Bansode, 25, said. The branch staffs asked me to produce the receipt as a proof of the gold jewellery which I had deposited branch 2 years back. They have asked me to wait for another 15 days. They will either return cash or gold worth the jewellery. Meanwhile, the police have sent teams to Bihar, Jharkhand, West Bengal, and Rajasthan to nab the thieves. Our teams have been sent to several places and they are constantly in touch with us, said Surendra Shirsat, Senior Police Inspector, Vitthalwadi police station. According to police officers, the incident took place at around 2am on Monday and the branch does not have a security guard during night. The branch has a security guard for daytime while they don't have a guard during night hours. The society's watchman is the only one on duty during night hours, added Shirsat. According to the police, the thieves broke into the branch at Shankar Krupa palace in Lal chakki, Ulhasnagar, Camp 4 by using a gas cutter. It is suspected that the society's watchman along with other 3-4 is involved in this theft as the guard had gone missing since after the incident. The security guard is appointed by our head office through an agency. We do not have a specific guard to look after the branch during night hours, informed Dinkar. The incident came to the limelight after a staff opened the branch office on Monday morning and found all the jewellery missing and a three-foot deep hole on the wall. During investigation, the police also found that the CCTV camera had been disconnected by the thieves. The footage which was recovered from the CCTV by the police shows two masked men disconnecting the device.
Ulhasnagar gold heist: Manappuram branch lacked night watchman - Hindustan Times
2016-12-27Thane: Watchman burgles Rs 9 crore gold by making holes in walls - Mid-Day
Thane: Watchman burgles Rs 9 crore gold by making holes in walls By Vinay Dalvi Posted 27-Dec-2016 The Mannapuram Gold Loan branch in Ulhasnagar This crime is literally a hole in the wall. A watchman working for a housing society behind the Ulhasnagar branch of Mannapuram Gold Loan fled with 35 kg of gold worth Rs 9 crore on Sunday night, after making several holes over the course of two days to gain entry. The former and current watchmen of the housing society are prime suspects. The watchman first made a hole in the shared wall of the society's water pump room and the branch's toilet (right) He then cut holes into the safety vault with gas cutters to steal the gold Water pump to loo Cops said the branch of the gold loaning agency is located in Sai Krupa Palace housing society, and right behind it is a staircase to enter the building. Under the staircase is a small area housing the water pump. The watchman of building, who is a suspect and has fled, made a hole from the water-pump room to the toilet of the branch, said Surendra Shirsat, senior police inspector of Vithalwadi police station. Also read: Watchman robs Rs 80 lakh, offers Rs 11,000 at Dargah The watchman entered the branch from the toilet and then went to the safety vault that had the gold. Just then, the security alarm on the vault beeped and reached Mannapuram's vigilance department in Thane. Officers from the department reached the branch. We saw the locks were intact from outside and as we don't have keys, we thought a dog might have hit the shutter. Since the locks were intact, we left, said a vigilance department officer. Thieving brothers: The prime suspects are Deepak Thapa and his cousin Mansingh Thapa. Deepak was employed as watchman after Mansingh left in the first week of December to get married. Deepak is now absconding and both the brothers phones are switched off. A team of Thane police has left for Uttar Pradesh and Bihar, from where the brothers might enter Nepal. The police are also keeping an eye on all trains leaving for the states. But, finding the duo could be tough, as they do not have any photo, neither can they be spotted on CCTV, as the camera's wire was cut at the time of the theft. FIR registered: The Vitthalwadi police station registered an FIR against Deepak and Mansingh Thapa under Section 454 (house-trespass or house-breaking) and 380 (theft) of the IPC. 'But what about my gold'The people who had kept their gold at the branch panicked and started gathering outside after news of the theft spread. I had taken a loan of Rs 1 lakh keeping all the gold from my wedding. They are saying they will return the gold but I have lost my wedding jewellery. I hope they return some other jewellery as I am not interested in cash, said a woman investor.
Thane: Watchman burgles Rs 9 crore gold by making holes in walls - Mid-Day
2016-12-26Mumbai: Gold worth Rs 9 crore stolen from Ulhasnagar firm - The Indian Express
Mumbai: Gold worth Rs 9 crore stolen from Ulhasnagar firm Mumbai: Gold worth Rs 9 crore stolen from Ulhasnagar firm When the police checked the CCTV camera at the firm, they found its wires had been disconnected. By: Express News Service | Mumbai | Updated: December 27, 2016 4:34 pm A GANG of masked robbers made away with around 30 kg gold worth nearly Rs 9 crore from a gold loan firm in Ulhasnagar Sunday. The “well organised crime” was discovered Monday morning when employees of the Manappuram Gold loan branch at Ulhasnagar entered the firm to find a nearly three-feet wide hole in one of the walls, with 30 kg gold missing. A security guard of the building, who has been missing since the robbery came to light, is one of the prime suspects in the case. When the police checked the CCTV camera at the firm, they found its wires had been disconnected. Watch What Else Is making News “The accused wore masks and used gas cutters to cut through the safe. The robbery was carried out in a well-organised manner, as evident from the fact that they disconnected the CCTV. A few cameras along the way have captured them, where they are seen wearing masks,” an officer linked to the probe said. The security guard of the Shankar Krupa palace building, where the firm is located, has been missing since the incident. “The security guard remains one of our suspects. He may have given information about the timings and security details of the firm to the group that carried out the crime,” the officer added. The management of Manappuram Finance Ltd said in a statement that the gold stolen from the branch ‘is fully insured’ and that the customers will not be put to any loss on this account. “All necessary information and data, including footage from the surveillance cameras, has been shared with the police. The company has an advanced centrally monitored security systems in place across our 3,300 branches to ensure that customers’ gold is fully protected. Despite the burglars tampering with the surveillance system, a fair amount of footage of the incident has been captured,” the company said. Best of ExpressBusinessATM deployers wait for notes, only 40 per cent machines have cashEntertainmentDangal box office collection day 7: Aamir Khan's film earns Rs 200 crore in a weekEntertainmentNew mommy Kareena Kapoor's dinner date with Saif EntertainmentBigg Boss 10, 29th December 2016 written updateEntertainmentAnushka Sharma, Virat Kohli to get engaged on January 1? Here's some exclusive info Must ReadSportsLive Cricket Score, Australia vs Pakistan, 2nd Test Day 5Sports2016, a strip searchSportsChautala offers to step down from IOA life president postTechnologyApple to start making iPhones in Bangalore from April: ReportTechnologySmartphones in 2017: Top flagship devices to look out for next yearTechnologySuper Mario Run to launch on Android, pre-registrations open on Play StoreLifestyleRanveer Singh, Rahul Khanna, Harshvardhan Kapoor: 5 best celebrity menswear looks of 2016 Dec 30: Latest News Sikh campaigners seek release of UK files on 1984 Golden Temple assaultMadhya Pradesh plans to develop 1,100 ‘climate-smart’ villagesKyrie Irving, Cleveland Cavaliers hold off late Boston Celtics chargePersonal data to draw attention of hackers in 2017: ReportDemonetisation: Congress accuses Arun Jaitley of misleading people with his statements                           The Express Group The Indian Express The Financial Express Loksatta Jansatta inUth Ramnath Goenka Awards Privacy Policy Advertise with Us Contact Us Subscribe Please reload and try again !!! X   Copyright © 2016 The Indian Express [P] Ltd. All Rights Reserved
Mumbai: Gold worth Rs 9 crore stolen from Ulhasnagar firm - The Indian Express
2016-12-26उल्हासनगरमध्ये भिंतीला भगदाड पाडून ३० किलो सोने लंपास
उल्हासनगरमध्ये भिंतीला भगदाड पाडून ३० किलो सोने लंपास मण्णपूरम गोल्ड फायनान्स कंपनीतून हे सोने चोरण्यात आले आहे. मुंबई | Updated: December 26, 2016 3:22 PM चक्क भिंतीला भगदाड पाडून सुमारे ३० किलो सोने लंपास केल्याची घटना उल्हासनगरमध्ये उजेडात आली आहे. उल्हासनगरमध्ये कॅम्प चारमधील मण्णपूरम गोल्ड फायनान्स कंपनीच्या कार्यालयातून हे सोने चोरण्यात आले आहे. भिंतीला भगदाड पाडून एवढ्या मोठ्याप्रमाणात सोने चोरीस गेल्यामुळे परिसरात खळबळ माजली आहे. पोलीस घटनास्थळी दाखल झाले असून तपास केला जात आहे. उपायुक्त पराग मानेरे यांनी या वृत्ताला दुजोरा दिला आहे.उल्हासनगरमधील कॅम्प चार परिसरात मण्णपूरम गोल्ड फायनान्सचे कार्यालय आहे. ग्राहकांकडून सोने तारण घेऊन ही कंपनी कर्ज देते. अशा ग्राहकांचे सोने या कार्यालयात ठेवण्यात आले होते. याच सोन्यावर चोरट्यांनी डल्ला मारला आहे. भिंतीला भगदाड पाडून या चोरट्यांनी तब्बल ३० किलो सोने लंपास केले. चोरट्यांबाबत अद्याप माहिती समजू शकलेली नाही. एवढी मोठी चोरी झाल्यामुळे पोलिसांचा फौजफाटा घटनास्थळी दाखल झाला आहे. हातांचे ठसे घेण्यात आले आहेत. पोलिसांकडून कागदपत्रांचीही तपासणी केली जात आहे. त्यावरून कार्यालयात किती सोने होते याची पडताळणी केली जात आहे. कार्यालयातील सीसीटीव्ही चालू होते की नाही याचीही खात्री करण्यात येत आहे. फायनान्स कंपनीतील कर्मचाऱ्यांचीही चौकशी केली जात आहे.
2016-12-21Gang of six held for selling infants to childless couples - Hindustan Times
Gang of six held for selling infants to childless couples mumbai Updated: Dec 21, 2016 23:58 IST Sagar Rajput Hindustan Times The Mankhurd police recently busted a racket, in which infants were kidnapped and sold, and rescued four such infants. The scheme was run by a gang of six people, who stole toddlers from Mumbai and sold them to childless couples in Goa, Gujarat and Karnataka. The arrested gang members are Yogita Salle, 21; Asha Thakur, 36; Noorjahan Mullah, 40; and Prabha Naik, 48. On December 5, a toddler named Ahmed Khan went missing while he was playing outside his house in Mankhurd. The parents approached the Mankhurd police station, following which, a case of kidnapping was registered. The police questioned the family's relatives, suspecting that one of them was involved. We learned that Salle had been to Goa. On interrogating her, she lied and said she had been staying with her mother in the city. We showed her evidence of her being in Goa. She then confessed. Salle kidnapped the child, gave him to Mullah and Naik, who then sold the boy to a Goa-based couple, said an officer with the Mankhurd police station. Initial investigation revealed that the gang had kidnapped at least eight more infants from Ulhasnagar, Kalyan and Ambernath. Police discovered that Mala Prabhakar Wankhede and Ganesh Salle were also involved and arrested them from Ulhasnagar and Mankhurd respectively. Senior police inspector Naresh Kasale said, Mullah and Naik were responsible for finding customers. Mala would steal toddlers from the city and inform Mullah or Naik who would then start looking for customers. The Mankhurd case was the first kidnapping in which Ganesh and his wife Yogita Salle were involved. The police said during the transactions, one of the gang members would pose as a relative and claim that the toddler was an orphan, whose expenses he could not afford. A childless couple from Goa a 59-year-old man and his 56-year-old wife were looking to adopt a child. The accused told them they would sell their child for Rs 2.5 lakh, he added.
Gang of six held for selling infants to childless couples - Hindustan Times
2016-12-18I-T dept slaps notice on Ulhasnagar civic body - Mid-Day
I-T dept slaps notice on Ulhasnagar civic body By Laxman Singh | Posted 18-Dec-2016Now Available on the mid-day iOS App, Download Now Massive property tax collection of Rs 45 crore by UMC has raised suspicions of residents getting rid of black money Rajendra Nimbalkar Smelling a rat in the property tax collection by the Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation (UMC), the income tax department has initiated an inquiry and sent a notice to the corporation. The department has also sought documents of those who have paid long pending dues. According to sources, the I-T department is trying to net people who have used their black money to pay their pending taxes. After the demonetisation announcement, many property tax defaulters of UMC cleared their dues within days. On November 17, mid-day had reported that after demonetisation, around 50,000 property tax defaulters had settled dues of Rs 25 crore within a week to get rid of banned currency notes. Latest figures show that to date, the Ulhasnagar civic body has collected Rs 45 crore from defaulters. On November 30, the assistant director of I-T department from Kalyan division, issued a notice under Section 131 of the I-T Act to the chief officer of UMC. The Act empowers authorities to conduct inquiries, summon persons and compel production of book of accounts and documents. Rajendra Nimbalkar, municipal commissioner of UMC, confirmed the development and added that they had raised an objection to the I-T notice. Nimbalkar said, "We have got the notice from the I-T department and have submitted a reply to them," he said, adding that the department will tally the income shown by the defaulters and the amount paid in the form of pending dues to the corporation in the last one month. "I wonder what made the tax department send a notice to the corporation. This move may affect the pending tax collection," he continued. According to sources, some officials might have helped traders and other property tax defaulters to convert their black money into white by settling their dues. CBI files case against railway officialMeanwhile, the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) has registered a case against KL Bhoyar, assistant commercial manager, Central Railway, for allegedly exchanging old notes with new at ticket counters at CST and Kalyan station. A case against Boyar under relevant sections of Prevention of Corruption Act has been filed. As the assistant commercial manager (coaching), Bhoyar had exchanged old notes of around Rs 8.22 lakh with new currency notes of Rs 2,000 and Rs 100 notes. "The government had allowed, until this month, for railways to accept old notes. He took advantage of that and got his own old notes exchanged," said the CBI officer. During a search at his Parel home, officers found cash of Rs 2.2 lakh (in R100 notes), and documents of fixed deposits worth Rs 30 lakh and several properties, which are under scrutiny, said the CBI official. He has not yet been taken into custody. With inputs from Vinay Dalvi
I-T dept slaps notice on Ulhasnagar civic body - Mid-Day
2016-12-1524yearold accuses NCP man of rape, gets threats | Mumbai NYOOOZ - NYOOOZ
24-year-old accuses NCP man of rape, gets threats TOI Mumbai Thu,15 Dec 2016 ULHASNAGAR: A 24-year-old woman who lodged a rape complaint against an NCP leader with whom she had been living in Ulhasnagar, was on Wednesday allegedly threatened by three unidentified men with a revolver to withdraw the case.In her complaint to police, the woman said the trio entered her home early Wednesday morning and threatened her with a revolver to withdraw the complaint against Roshan Valecha Valecha, a supplier of building materials, was preparing to contest the upcoming Ulhasnagar municipal elections. Last week, he was booked for raping the woman. The woman has a one-year-old son with the NCP leader. Hill Line police police said Valecha and his wife were living separately from 2013 following some dispute. During this time, he allegedly started a relationship with the woman after promising to marry her. Police sources said when she learnt that Valecha had got back with his wife recently, she confronted him. He, however, allegedly assaulted her and refused to marry her. Mohan Waghmare, senior police inspector of Hill Line police, said, "We have registered case against unidentified men and searching for the perpetrators."
2016-12-14Thane: Mad dog bites 10 kids in one day in Ulhasnagar - Mid-Day
Thane: Mad dog bites 10 kids in one day in Ulhasnagar By Faisal Tandel | Posted 48 minutes agoNow Available on the mid-day iOS App, Download Now Five of the children have been admitted to Central Hospital, Ulhasnagar with severe injuries Ishwar Nupe (9) and Vinod Vijay Gavai (10) A stray dog has struck terror among the residents of Ulhasnagar after it went on a mad rampage and bit 10 children on the same day. All the kids had to be taken to hospital and five of them had to be admitted for severe injuries. Sumit Nishad (12) and Harshada Chavan (7) Sunday attackAll of the attacks were separate incidents as the kids reside in different areas like Sainath Colony, Saraswati Nagar and Raigad Colony. Vijay Kalbande, additional civil surgeon at the Central Hospital in Ulhasnagar, said, “The incident took place on Sunday afternoon. Out of the 10 victims, we admitted five for treatment as they had suffered severe bites, while the remaining five were discharged. Most had suffered injuries on their legs, while a few were bitten on their arms.” Also Read: Thane: Stray dog bites cop in Ambernath, lands behind bars Official speakYuraj Badane, assistant municipal commissioner and public relations officer of Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation said, “We have received 4,000 doses of medicines from the government that has been handed over to the central hospital as it attends to most such patients. According to our medical officer, Rajaram Reejwhani, in collaboration with the Nanded Animal Welfare society, we have sterilized around 1,000 stray dogs since April. The population of stray dogs is now down to around 10,000.” However, sources said that Reejwhani is merely the acting medical officer and there hasn’t been a permanent officer for many years. “The figure of 10,000 stray dogs was in 2009. Since then, sterilisation has also not been done. In last two years, no funds or tenders have been approved for sterilisation, so how can they claim that they have conducted drives?” Read Story: Thane: Stray dog on the loose bites 20 in Ulhasnagar Two of the patients were later shifted to KEM hospital in Mumbai for further treatment. This is hardly the first time that stray dogs have gone on rampage. Stray attacks>> In March, the same locality had witnessed a similar menace when a stray dog attacked 20 people in the span of a week. >> In June, Kalyan too witnessed a similar episode when nine people were bitten by a stray >> In Pune last year, as many as 46 people in Ambegaon village fell victim to a stray dog on rampage. 10,000Population of stray dogs in Ulhasnagar
Thane: Mad dog bites 10 kids in one day in Ulhasnagar - Mid-Day
2016-12-14Rape victim threatened with revolver; asked to withdraw the case - Times of India
Rape victim threatened with revolver; asked to withdraw the case Dec 14, 2016, 19:13 IST ULHASNAGAR: A 24-year-old rape victim was threatened by three unidentified people with revolver to withdraw a rape case filed by her against an NCP (Nationalist Congress Party) leader Roshan Valecha in Ulhasnagar. In the FIR, the victim had claimed that on Wednesday wee hours three unidentified people, after knocking door, entered inside her home and threatened her with a revolver and demanded her to take back the FIR filed by her against Valecha. Victim even claimed that the accused also threatened that if she failed to do so she will have to face dire consequences.Valecha is a resident of Ulhasnagar-5 and a supplier of building materials by profession. He is associated with the NCP and he was preparing to contest the upcoming Ulhasnagar municipal elections from team Omie Kalani. Last week he was booked for allegedly sexually assaulting a victim with whom he was in a live-in relationship on the pretext of marrying her. The victim has also delivered a baby boy. Since the rape FIR was registered against him, Valecha is on the run.
Rape victim threatened with revolver; asked to withdraw the case - Times of India
2016-12-13Rs 33 lakh cash in 2000 rupee notes seized in Thane, Navi Mumbai - Mumbai Mirror
Rs 33 lakh cash in 2,000 rupee notes seized in Thane, Navi MumbaiPTI | Dec 13, 2016, 08.28 PM ISTPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeMy Saved articlesWhatsappFacebookGoogle PlusTwitterEmailLinkedinSMSShareWhatsappFacebookGoogle PlusTwitterEmailLinkedinSMSIn Navi Mumbai, two persons were held after seizure of the new notes worth Rs 23.70 lakh, while three persons were held in Ulhasnagar after Rs 9.76 lakh in Rs 2,000 denomination.MUMBAI: Five persons were detained after Rs 33 lakh in 2,000 rupee notes was seized in two separate cases in Navi Mumbai and Ulhasnagar in Thane, police said today. In Navi Mumbai, two persons were held after seizure of the new notes worth Rs 23.70 lakh, while three persons were held in Ulhasnagar after Rs 9.76 lakh in Rs 2,000 denomination was recovered last evening, they said. In the case of the Navi Mumbai seizure, the Koparkhairane police said those taken into custody have not been able to answer queries regarding possession of the notes. You Might Also LikeRecommended By Colombia From around the webMore from Mumbai MirrorRecommended By Colombia
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2016-12-123 Ulhasnagar men held with Rs 2,000 notes worth Rs 9.7L - Times ... - Times of India
3 Ulhasnagar men held with Rs 2,000 notes worth Rs 9.7 lakh Updated: Dec 13, 2016, 13:04 IST ULHASNAGAR: Ulhasnagar's Central police station officials detained three men with new Rs 2,000 notes totalling Rs 9.76 lakh on Monday. The three have been identified as Nitin Bade, Shishi Panjwani and one Bajaj; all are Ulhasnagar residents and aged between 30 and 35. Police sources said they acted on a specific tip-off and detained the men near Anchal Plaza Bar. The preliminary probe shows that of the Rs 9.76 lakh recovered, Panjwani was found carrying Rs 6.56 lakh, Bade Rs 1.2 lakh and Bajaj Rs 2 lakh. Sources said the trio told cops that they got the new notes during a business transaction. CV Dolas, senior police inspector of Central police station, said, "We have handed them to income-tax officials for further probe."
2016-12-123 Ulhasnagar men held with Rs 2000 notes worth Rs 9.7 lakh - Times of India
3 Ulhasnagar men held with Rs 2,000 notes worth Rs 9.7 lakh TNN | Updated: Dec 13, 2016, 01.04 PM IST ULHASNAGAR: Ulhasnagar's Central police station officials detained three men with new Rs 2,000 notes totalling Rs 9.76 lakh on Monday. The three have been identified as Nitin Bade, Shishi Panjwani and one Bajaj; all are Ulhasnagar residents and aged between 30 and 35. Police sources said they acted on a specific tip-off and detained the men near Anchal Plaza Bar. The preliminary probe shows that of the Rs 9.76 lakh recovered, Panjwani was found carrying Rs 6.56 lakh, Bade Rs 1.2 lakh and Bajaj Rs 2 lakh. Sources said the trio told cops that they got the new notes during a business transaction. CV Dolas, senior police inspector of Central police station, said, "We have handed them to income-tax officials for further probe."
3 Ulhasnagar men held with Rs 2000 notes worth Rs 9.7 lakh - Times of India
2016-12-1213yearold girl molested in building lift | Mumbai NYOOOZ - NYOOOZ
13-year-old girl molested in building lift TOI Mumbai Mon,12 Dec 2016 Ulhasnagar: A 13-year-old girl was allegedly molested in a building lift in Ulhasnagar on Saturday. The incident took place when the victim returned home from school and entered the lift to reach her home. The police has formed two teams to trace the unidentified man.The police have said though the girl raised an alarm after the man touched her inappropriately, he fled before neighbours rushed out to help her. The teenager later informed her parents about the incident and a case was lodged at the Ulhasnagar police station under Section 354 of the IPC and Section 8 of the Prevention of Children from Sexual Assault Act. Cops visited the spot but failed to identify the accused as CCTVs have not been installed on the building premises.S S Mahaske, investigation officer from the Ulhasnagar police station, said, "We are now taking the help of the description given by the minor to hunt for the accused."
2016-12-1113-year-old girl molested in building lift - Times of India
13-year-old girl molested in building lift Updated: Dec 12, 2016, 15:12 IST ULHASNAGAR: A 13-year-old girl was allegedly molested in a building lift in Ulhasnagar on Saturday. The incident took place when the victim returned home from school and entered the lift to reach her home. The police has formed two teams to trace the unidentified man. The police have said though the girl raised an alarm after the man touched her inappropriately, he fled before neighbours rushed out to help her. The teenager later informed her parents about the incident and a case was lodged at the Ulhasnagar police station under Section 354 of the IPC and Section 8 of the Prevention of Children from Sexual Assault Act. Cops visited the spot but failed to identify the accused as CCTVs have not been installed on the building premises. S S Mahaske, investigation officer from the Ulhasnagar police station, said, "We are now taking the help of the description given by the minor to hunt for the accused."
13-year-old girl molested in building lift - Times of India
2016-12-09Seeking justice for dead teen, dad on hunger strike - Times of India
Seeking justice for dead teen, dad on hunger strike Pradeep Gupta | TNN | Updated: Dec 10, 2016, 04.12 AM IST ULHASNAGAR: Since the past five days, Ulhasnagar resident Sharif Shaikh (46) has been on a hunger strike outside the deputy commissioner of police's office, seeking 'justice' for his dead son. Thirteen-year-old Irfan died in a private hospital following complications arising out a congenital heart problem on October 29. Sharif's contention is that the hospital didn't operate on his son because of failure to arrange cash. "The hospital got Rs 1.2 lakh under the government's Rajiv Gandhi Arogya Yojana, but didn't operate on my son because they wanted us to pay Rs 40,000 more," claimed a relative. The hospital trustee termed the allegations baseless. While the family has sought police action, rules demand that police first seek medical opinion from state-run JJ Hospital. Upset with no action for over a month, Sharif went on a hunger strike on December 5. DCP Sunil Bhardwaj, Ulhasnagar division, said, "As this is a medical negligence case, we need a doctor's opinion before taking any action." The police have sent three reminders to JJ Hospital asking it to form an inquiry committee. "We expect a panel to be set up within a fortnight," he added.Irfan, who was the eldest of Sharif's five children, had a leaking heart valve that needed urgent attention, but the family didn't have the money. Sharif, a labourer, told TOI that he learnt about the government's free treatment scheme at a medical camp. "As the camp organizer assured us that we would get help in four days, we filled up the forms and admitted Irfan at Satya Sai Platinum hospital in Ulhasnagar on October 4," he said. On October 14, Sharif enquired with the doctor if he had received the money under the sch-eme, but didn't get a proper reply. He then called the Yojana's customer care number and learned that Rs 12 lakh had been san-ctioned to the hospital. "When I confronted the hospital, they admitted that they had got the money, but said it wasn't enough to get a good quality valve. They wanted me to pay Rs 40,000 more for a better valve," said Sharif.At the family's behest, Shiv Sena leader Rajendra Chaudhari spoke to the hospital authorities, but in vain. "Without timely medical treatment, my son died on October 29," said Sharif. Babu Puri, a trustee of hospital, said, "The allegations are baseless. Irfan was also suffering from jaundice and doctors felt they should first treat his liver before conducting the heart surgery. But his health suddenly started worsening and he died after vomiting." Puri said the allegation about seeking Rs 40,000 is wrong. "We had kept him for over 20 days without charging a single paise," he added.
2016-12-08Ulhasnagar civic chief's battle cry against tax defaulters: No Tax, No Civic Amenity - Hindustan Times
Ulhasnagar civic chief's battle cry against tax defaulters: No Tax, No Civic Amenity mumbai Updated: Dec 08, 2016 16:38 IST Padmja Sinha Hindustan Times In a first-of-its-kind move, the Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation (UMC) chief Rakendra Nimbalkar issued diktat to all the corporators stating No Tax, No Civic Amenity. The decision was taken in the wake of poor tax collection despite issuing several reminders to the defaulters. Sources claimed the civic chief has vouched not to revoke the diktat despite facing opposition form the corporators. Speaking to HT, Nimbalkar said, Though the government has extended the deadline for accepting demonetised notes for tax payment till 15th December 2016, defaulters have taken it lightly. I was forced to issue the diktat that all civic works like sewerage, water, roads, paver blocks and others would not be undertaken until defaulters don't pay at least 60% of their dues. He added that neither the requests nor the notices have coaxed defaulters to pay up, so the diktat was issued to the corpoartors. Funds allotted to ward offices are used for civic works of a particular locality. But if taxes aren't paid, then no work will be undertaken. It wasn't until I took stock of the situation that I realised how much recovery was pending, said Nimbalkar. Statics available with the UMC revealed that of the 78 wards in Ulhasnagar, only a handful have cleared 50% dues. Initially, the corporators were reluctant. But they understood the importance of recovering dues, as it is need to provide people with civic amenities. With the corporation already struggling, non-payment of dues is burdening it further, Nimbalkar said.
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2016-12-07Maharashtra govt to treat waste of 4 civic bodies along Ulhas river - Hindustan Times
Maharashtra govt to treat waste of 4 civic bodies along Ulhas river Currently, the river is heavily polluted with untreated domestic and industrial effluents MUMBAI Updated: Dec 08, 2016 00:01 IST Sewer lines in four municipal corporations and councils along the Ulhas river will be connected to sewage treatment plants (STP), the Maharashtra government told the National Green Tribunal (NGT) on December 2. The river supplies potable water to Badlapur, Navi Mumbai, Ambernath, Ulhasnagar, and many villages on its banks, which stretch from Karjat to Kalyan. The diversion of sewage drains from the river to STPs is a short-term measure suggested in the affidavit filed before the tribunal last month, in response to an order which sought an action plan that would prevent the river from being polluted. Currently, the river is heavily polluted with untreated domestic and industrial effluents from Kalyan-Dombivli, Ambernath, Ulhasnagar, and Kulgaon-Badlapur. Only 10% of the 216 million litres a day (MLD) sewage generated daily by the Kalyan-Dombivli Municipal Corporation (KDMC) is treated before it is released into the river. Although existing STPs can treat 123 MLD, only 22 MLD is treated. Worse still, all of the 80 MLD sewage generated by the Ulhasnagar municipal corporation is discharged without being treated. About 40% — 5MLD of 18MLD – from the Kulgaon-Badlapur Municipal Council gets treated. Although 60% of the sewage from the Ambernath Municipal Corporation goes through the STP, the affidavit states that there is an additional 30% area under the civic body’s jurisdiction that needs an underground sewage facility. The existing sewage network too is inadequate and needs to be revamped. “At least the state is beginning with short-term measures. But we would like to see the work speed up,” said petitioner Stalin D of non-government organisation Vanashakti. In 2013, Vanashakti moved the tribunal to direct the MPCB to shut all polluting industries discharging untreated effluents into the Ulhas river. Based on monitoring conducted in May 2014 and earlier, an interim report by the National Institute of Oceanography concluded that the upper and middle zones of the Ulhas estuary have been degraded, owing to a release of domestic and industrial effluents. It added that such conditions are not conducive to diverse aquatic fauna. The Maharashtra Industrial Development Corporation has started the tendering process to lay down disposal lines at Dombivli and Ambernath for Rs241 crore, as per the recommendations of the National Institute of Oceanography. This long-term measure has a time frame of three years. “The Ulhas river is rapidly deteriorating, but corporations have done little to show they are serious about protecting this last fresh water river,” said Stalin D. Highly-polluted river The Ulhas river supplies potable water to Badlapur, Navi Mumbai, Ambernath, Ulhasnagar, and many villages on the river boundary starting from Karjat to Kalyan. The river flows through the Mumbai Metropolitan Region (MMR), which has a daily water requirement close to 10,657 million litres. It can also fulfil the water requirement of Thane district through which it flows. The river is heavily polluted by discharge of untreated effluents from various industries and domestic sewage from Ambernath, Dombivali, and Ulhasnagar Sample tests carried out by reputed organisations have found biochemical oxygen demand and chemical oxygen demand as high as 20 times permissible limits.
Maharashtra govt to treat waste of 4 civic bodies along Ulhas river - Hindustan Times
2016-12-01Western Railways batsman Sagar Mishra hits six sixes in an over ... - Times of India
Western Railways batsman Sagar Mishra hits six sixes in an over Gaurav Gupta | TNN | Updated: Dec 1, 2016, 10.09 AM IST MUMBAI: So hard did Sagar Mishra find life as a budding cricketer in Ulhasnagar that he contemplated quitting the sport. Income had been meagre for his family that earned through a local grocery store but his parents, to their credit, never allowed money to become a hindrance. On Wednesday, the 23-year-old must've thanked the almighty that he stuck to the sport. Sent into bat at No.4 for Western Railway on Day Two of their Times Shield 'B' Division game against RCF, Sagar tore into offspinner Tushar Kumare, smashing him for six towering sixes in an over to create a tournament record. In fact, the left-hander, who made his First Class debut for Railways against Mumbai at the Wankhede last year, blasted nine sixes off the final 11 balls that he faced. When he began his onslaught, the youngster was on 51 off 35 balls. By the time he was done, he had blitzed his way to a 46-ball 91. "I'm an allrounder. I bat at five and six, which means that I have to bat with the tail. I needed to develop my game accordingly, because the opponents tend to spread the field. I needed to learn how to clear the field," Sagar told TOI, moments after his stunning feat. Explaining his hurricane innings, he said: "I was promoted to No.4, because their left-arm spinner was bowling well and I was sent to up the scoring rate. I just played normally, according to the situation. My only regret is that I couldn't complete my hundred." He had a problem finishing the job though. "After the fifth six, I suffered a severe cramp in my leg and had to lie down on the ground and drink some lemonade. Kumare bowled the final ball of that over on my legs, but I managed to smash him over deep mid-wicket for a six," he explained. Even the bewildered bowler was forced to say 'well played'. "His stroke-play was superb. For me, his best six was the one he hit off the back-foot over mid-off. "It's a difficult shot to hit. He bowls good left-arm spin, and is a good fielder too. He's a good prospect for the Railways," complimented Western Railway coach Dinesh Lad. Recounting his sixes, Mishra said: "The first was straight over the sight screen, the next over mid off the backfoot, then third was over long on, the fourth over deep mid-wicket, the fifth went down the ground and the last was a slog sweep over deep mid wicket." "It's a dream come true. I remember watching Yuvraj Singh's six sixes in an over on TV nine years back. Never did I imagine that I'd do something similar," said Mishra. The youngster is hopeful that his feat would be noticed by the Railways selectors. In his only game for the Railways senior team, Mishra had scored 46 and taken the crucial wickets of Suryakumar Yadav and Akhil Herwadkar. "I've done well for them in the U-23 tournament, picking up 23 wickets in seven matches last season, and 15 in four so far this time. Hopefully, I'll get an opportunity to play in the Ranji Trophy again," he said. His explosive effort on Wednesday, in fact, may just attract the attention of a few IPL franchises too.
Western Railways batsman Sagar Mishra hits six sixes in an over ... - Times of India
2016-12-01This Cricketer From Ulhasnagar Does A Yuvraj Singh! Smashes 6 Sixes In An Over In Club... - Times of India
This Western Railways Cricketer Does A Yuvraj Singh! Smashes 6 Sixes In An Over DECEMBER 01, 2016 For 23-year-old Sagar Mishra, Wednesday, November 30, 2016 was the day when his faith in cricket was restored. Batting for Western Railway in a local club game, Sagar did a Yuvraj Singh! That's hammering six sixes in an over. Son of a couple that runs a grocery store in Ulhasnagar, Sagar was at times pushed to the brink of quitting cricket. Yesterday he must have thanked his stars that he didn't. Sent in as a No.4 batsman for Western Railway on the second day of the Times Shield 'B' Division game against RCF, Sagar tore into offspinner Tushar Kumare, smashing him for six towering sixes in an over to create a tournament record. The left-handed batsman made his First Class debut for Railways against Mumbai at the Wankhede last year. He blasted nine sixes off the final 11 balls that he faced. From 51 off 35 balls he blitzed his way to a 46-ball 91. "I'm an allrounder. I bat at five and six, which means that I have to bat with the tail. I needed to develop my game accordingly, because the opponents tend to spread the field. I needed to learn how to clear the field. I was promoted to No.4, because their left-arm spinner was bowling well and I was sent to up the scoring rate. I just played normally, according to the situation. My only regret is that I couldn't complete my hundred," Sagar told TOI, moments after his stunning feat. He had a problem finishing the job though. "After the fifth six, I suffered a severe cramp in my leg and had to lie down on the ground and drink some lemonade. Kumare bowled the final ball of that over on my legs, but I managed to smash him over deep mid-wicket for a six," he explained. He now wants to get back in the Railways Ranji team. In his only game for the Railways senior team, Mishra had scored 46 and taken the crucial wickets of Suryakumar Yadav and Akhil Herwadkar. "I've done well for them in the U-23 tournament, picking up 23 wickets in seven matches last season, and 15 in four so far this time. Hopefully, I'll get an opportunity to play in the Ranji Trophy again," he said. Who knows, his explosive batting on Wednesday, might just win him an IPL contract.

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