Ulhasnagar City of logo, industrial city, Sindhi city, Jhulelal City

News Archive of Ulhasnagar / Sindhunagar City

December-2019 News & Updates from the City of Ulhasnagar/Sindhunagar, Maharashtra, India. Ulhasnagar City News indexed across timeline for easy retrieval.

2019-12-31Online snag hit Ulhasnagar illegal structures regularisation process - Free Press Journal
Online snag hit Ulhasnagar illegal structures regularisation process By Narendra GuptaThane: Ulhasnagar residents are in a state of panic as the online website that was made for regularisation of 1.5 lakh illegal structures in Ulhasnagar is not working for the last three days. The main reason for panic is the 16-day timeline to apply online for regularisation of illegal structures in the area.Local residents said, "The online issue is seen for the last two days due to some errors. On Monday evening, the Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation (UMC) checked the online website and resolved it and it is now working properly. We are happy that the software works properly." With UMC staring at a contempt of court proceedings for not razing unauthorised buildings as directed by the Bombay High Court, the civic body has started issuing notices to occupants of 1.5 lakh illegal structures, including flats, shops and chawls to vacate or get them regularised by Jan 16, 2020 or face demolition. On January 16, the high court will conduct the next hearing on a petition against illegal structures. Civic chief Sudhakar Deshmukh said that before the hearing, all illegal structures should get regularised through an online process or else UMC will start to demolish them.A local resident of Ulhasnagar said, "We used to regularly go for the past three days for regularisation, but the file could not be uploaded due to some technical errors."UMC officials said, "On Monday, a significant number of complaints came in saying architects and engineers tried but failed to upload files of citizens for regularisation. On Monday evening, we resolved the website's error."Also ReadMountaineer Poorna scales peak in Antarctica, eyes another(For all the latest News, Mumbai, Entertainment, Cricket, Business and Featured News updates, visit Free Press Journal. Also, follow us on Twitter and Instagram and do like our Facebook page for continuous updates on the go)ulhasnagarillegal structuresregularisation processRecent StoriesNCP legislator who was not given Cabinet post withdraws resignationIndian Railways hikes passenger fares nationwideThousands take shelter on a beach as bushfires ravage Australia, death toll rises to 12West Bengal Governor posts photo sitting at Curzon's 'iconic table'; 'are you collecting General Dyer memorabilia too' asks Twitter'Charas, ganja, meow meow' and other tweets: Pune Police ends the year on a high note trending About UsCareersDisclaimerPrivacy PolicyContact UsAdvertise With UsRSSFree Press Journal | Powered by Quintype Follow us on Close Free Press Journal www.freepressjournal.in INSTALL APP
2019-12-31Online snag hit Ulhasnagar illegal structures regularisation process - Yahoo India News
Online snag hit Ulhasnagar illegal structures regularisation processFree Press Journal31 December 2019ReblogShareTweetShareShareThane: Ulhasnagar residents are in a state of panic as the online website that was made for regularisation of 1.5 lakh illegal structures in Ulhasnagar is not working for the last three days.The main reason for panic is the 16-day timeline to apply online for regularisation of illegal structures in the area.Local residents said, "The online issue is seen for the last two days due to some errors. On Monday evening, the Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation (UMC) checked the online website and resolved it and it is now working properly. We are happy that the software works properly."With UMC staring at a contempt of court proceedings for not razing unauthorised buildings as directed by the Bombay High Court, the civic body has started issuing notices to occupants of 1.5 lakh illegal structures, including flats, shops and chawls to vacate or get them regularised by Jan 16, 2020 or face demolition.On January 16, the high court will conduct the next hearing on a petition against illegal structures. Civic chief Sudhakar Deshmukh said that before the hearing, all illegal structures should get regularised through an online process or else UMC will start to demolish them.A local resident of Ulhasnagar said, "We used to regularly go for the past three days for regularisation, but the file could not be uploaded due to some technical errors."UMC officials said, "On Monday, a significant number of complaints came in saying architects and engineers tried but failed to upload files of citizens for regularisation. On Monday evening, we resolved the website's error."Also Read: Mountaineer Poorna scales peak in Antarctica, eyes anotherReblogShareTweetShareShareWhat to read nextIn Bulandshahr, the message to families who paid 'damages' for CAA protests is clear: Cough up and you'll face no harassmentFirstpost6 killed as car falls into canalFree Press JournalMatka King Murder: Killer wife Jaya allowed flying Thailand for treatment of rare ailmentFree Press JournalGood news for prisoners, police must give reasons for rejecting special leavesFree Press JournalBhima Koregaon: Preparations on in full swing at Jaystambh after HC nodThe Indian ExpressJ-K: 2 soldiers killed during cordon and search operation in NowsheraThe Indian ExpressJ&K: Internet at govt hospitals and schools, SMS services restored from todayIndia Newzstreet MediaRail fare goes up, new rates effective from todayThe Indian ExpressTurkey, Greece rings in New Year 2020 with glittering fireworksAniEarn Rs 5700/month: Modi govt notifies new Monthly Income Scheme 2019Financial ExpressWATCH: Lion and Tiger Get into an Ugly Fight. Guess Who Won the Bout?News18Horoscope Today, January 01, 2020: Aries, Gemini, Leo, Cancer, Virgo, Capricorn, other zodiac signs – check astrological predictionThe Indian ExpressChildren who consume whole milk are at lower risk of being overweight: StudyAni5 ex-Indian cricketers who would have excelled in the IPLSportskeedaParty like Pataudis: Cost of per night at this Swiss hotel can get you a Royal Enfield BulletFree Press JournalSona Mohapatra on being trolled for bikini photos: Refuse to suck in my well-earned bellyThe Indian Express
2019-12-30Bipin Ulhasnagar Camp lift trophy - Free Press Journal
Bipin Ulhasnagar Camp lift trophyBy FPJ Bureau It was a moment of glory for Bipin Ulhasnagar Camp who played tirelessly throughout the finals against a resilient Colaba side who held fort till the last minute. Mumbai: Bipin Ulhasnagar Camp lifted the 33rd Bipin Football Academy Inter-centre trophy in a cliffhanger against Bipin Colaba Camp 5-4 via a tie-breaker after the match ended in a goalless draw, which was held at the Karnataka Sporting Association Ground, Churchgate on Sunday.It was a moment of glory for Bipin Ulhasnagar Camp who played tirelessly throughout the finals against a resilient Colaba side who held fort till the last minute. However, it was curtains for the Bipin Colaba Camp in the tie-breaker after their striker Prem K. missed the bar to put their side on the back foot.Chief guests, Vivek Singh, Managing Director, Procam and Vinit Amin, Deputy Vice president, Edelweiss handed over the trophies and other prizes to the players and teams.colabaBipin Ulhasnagar CampRecent StoriesHere comes the son: Aaditya Thackeray likely to be inducted in Maha cabinet Only Nitish Kumar can tell under what circumstances JDU supported CAA in both Houses: Prashant Kishor Maharashtra Cabinet expansion: Ajit Pawar likely to be sworn in as Deputy CMBelgaum border dispute: Border tense; Yediyurappa, Uddhav Thackeray burnt in effigyMumbai: 14,518 trees put to its mercy by BMC trending About UsCareersDisclaimerPrivacy PolicyContact UsAdvertise With UsRSSFree Press Journal | Powered by Quintype Follow us on Close Free Press Journal www.freepressjournal.in INSTALL APP
2019-12-29Bipin Ulhasnagar Camp lift trophy - Yahoo India News
Bipin Ulhasnagar Camp lift trophyFree Press Journal30 December 2019ReblogShareTweetShareShareMumbai: Bipin Ulhasnagar Camp lifted the 33rd Bipin Football Academy Inter-centre trophy in a cliffhanger against Bipin Colaba Camp 5-4 via a tie-breaker after the match ended in a goalless draw, which was held at the Karnataka Sporting Association Ground, Churchgate on Sunday.It was a moment of glory for Bipin Ulhasnagar Camp who played tirelessly throughout the finals against a resilient Colaba side who held fort till the last minute. However, it was curtains for the Bipin Colaba Camp in the tie-breaker after their striker Prem K. missed the bar to put their side on the back foot.Chief guests, Vivek Singh, Managing Director, Procam and Vinit Amin, Deputy Vice president, Edelweiss handed over the trophies and other prizes to the players and teams.ReblogShareTweetShareShareWhat to read nextFrom a Village in Kerala to the Arctic, Geethu Mohandas takes Responsible Tourism Seriously  MAKERS IndiaPM Modi's vision transformed Kevadia's free land into world class tourist destinationIndia Newzstreet MediaRAW Used Rogue Police Officer Davinder Singh in Operation to Infiltrate Hizb, Say Police & Intel SourcesNews18Swaraj Kaushal Asks Naseeruddin to Be ‘Grateful’, Twitter ReactsThe QuintBhuvan Bam: From beloved YouTube comedian to Davos Summit guestIndia Newzstreet MediaOboabona reminisces about Namibia goal as he eyes Nigeria recallGoal.comRishi Kapoor shares this photo of an actor. Can you guess who it is?The Indian ExpressWatch: Little boy singing for his infant brother with Down Syndrome melts hearts onlineThe Indian ExpressTwitter Is Convinced Vicky Kaushal And Katrina Kaif Are Dating, Call Them 'Mr & Mrs Kaushal'FilmibeatWatch, Sara Ali Khan is back as central park tourIndia Newzstreet MediaMikkel Honoré the victim of a hit-and-run incident while trainingCycling NewsIndian Nurse Working in Saudi Tests Positive for CoronavirusThe QuintRatan Tata Shares Photo of His Younger Self on Instagram, Netizens Call It #ThrowbackThursday Post Done Right!LatestlyTara Sutaria House Hunting In Boyfriend Aadar Jain’s Cousin Ranbir Kapoor’s Building; One Step Closer To The Kapoors?- EXCLUSIVESpotboyeNABARD, other banking institutions important in increasing GDP, employment: CM GehlotAniWolves vs Liverpool prediction: How will Premier League fixture play out tonight?The Independent
2019-12-28Ashish Chanchlani’s lifestyle revealed - IWMBuzz
Ashish Chanchlani’s lifestyle revealed Ashish Chanchlani's lifestyle details revealed. Read the story to know more Author: Editorial Team 28 Dec,2019 16:28:10 Ashish Chanchlani is that one person in the digital industry who’s changed the face of Youtubers and their popularity like no other. When it comes to being a digital sensation, he’s pretty much at par with the likes of Bhuvan Bam and gang. Courtesy his excessively popular videos, he’s regarded as one of the top-most influencers in the country. Here we bring forward to you some details of Ashish Chanchlani’s lifestyle. From his house value to his income, we have it all. Take a look – Hobbies: Watching Movies, Traveling Bike Collection: Royal Enfield Thunderbird 350cc Smoking: Not Known Drinking: No Family: Anil Chanchlani – Father, Deepa Chanchlani – Mother Favorite Actor – Akshay Kumar Hometown: Ulhasnagar, Maharashtra So how does it feel getting to know more inside details about your favorite YouTuber? Ashish ChanchlaniAshish Chanchlani latestAshish Chanchlani lifestyleBollywoodtelevisionYoutube Share IWMBuzz Now, access your favourite entertainment news, views and reviews, scintillating videos, lot more, at the click of a single icon! Download Now Your 'FREE' Dose of Entertainment Newsletter!!! Subscribe to Get Your Daily Dose of IWMBuzz I agree to the terms of the privacy policy Also Read MoviesPhotos 28 Dec,2019 Kareena Kapoor, aka Bebo, Killing It In a Black Outfit CelebritiesMovies 28 Dec,2019 Farhan Akhtar is all TOOFANI in his latest photo PhotosTelevision 28 Dec,2019 When Naira went BOLD: Shivangi Joshi's HOT looks CelebritiesMovies 28 Dec,2019 Laxmi Agarwal is beautiful - Deepika Padukone CelebritiesMovies 28 Dec,2019 REVEALED: Sara Ali Khan's unique celebration on Simmba completing 1 year Latest Stories Crime Shows for Entertainment: Time to Stop TikTok star Jannat Zubair enjoys a long drive Year-Ender 2019: Top Web Actors Review of Brochara: Vibrant vignettes of male bonding that are crisp and bracing Jannat Zubair’s stunning photos will leave you spellbound Avneet Kaur nails the casual look with ease Photos All the times when Nayanthara slayed the desi look Shraddha Kapoor’s old vs new looks Nayanthara is the queen of hotness Karanvir Bohra, Arjun Bijlani, Chetan Hansraj and Shilpa Saklani arrive for Kushal Punjabi's funeral When Divyanka Tripathi blew us away with her stylish ways Why we are all completely in awe of Drashti Dhami Ballot Anushka Sharma Vs Kareena Kapoor: Who Nailed The Denim Look? Ashish Chanchlani Vines vs Nikunj Lotia: Who is the best content creator? Veer Rajwant Singh vs Viraj Ghelani: Who wins the digital race? Super 30 vs WAR: Different looks of Hrithik Roshan within one year Papon vs Arijit Singh: Who’s the best playback singer of Bollywood? Atif Aslam or Arijit Singh: Who is the most versatile singer? Latest stories Load More COMPANY About us Disclaimer Terms & Condition Privacy Policy CONTRIBUTE Write for us CONNECT Careers Contact Us Copyright 2019 IWM Publishing & Communication Pvt Ltd. All rights reserved
2019-12-28Quality check of Ulhas river a farce: RTI - Hindustan Times
2019-12-2840 buildings in Ulhasnagar get civic notice - Hindustan Times
2019-12-27IIT Bombay alert! Breath-taking KTM stunt show is happening today - Check exact venue in Powai, Mumbai - Zee Business
IIT Bombay alert! Breath-taking KTM stunt show is happening today - Check exact venue in Powai, Mumbai KTM Stunt Show IIT Bombay: It's going to be full throttle bike stunt show in prestigious IIT Bombay on Friday. Written By: Prashant Singh Edited By: Harish Dugh Updated: Fri, Dec 27, 201911:55 am ZeeBiz WebDesk RELATED NEWS Massive jobs coming! Samsung to hire 1,200 engineers from top Indian institutes IIT Dharwad Recruitment 2019: Junior Research Fellow Posts vacant, know how to apply GATE 2020 aspirant? BEWARE - What authority wants students you to know IIT Dhanbad notifies vacancies for Research Associate and Senior Research Fellow Posts, walk-in on October 18 IIT Bhubaneswar: 5 vacancies for Programmer, Staff Nurse, Junior Hindi Translator posts; check eligibility KTM Stunt Show IIT Bombay: It's going to be full throttle bike stunt show in prestigious IIT Bombay on Friday. European Racing Legend, KTM  is all geared up to conduct breath-taking KTM Stunt show in Mumbai. The Mumbai show will be organised in order to showcase the mind-blowing stunts and tricks by the professional stunt riders. The stunt show will be held in Open Air Theatre, IIT Mood Indigo,  IIT Powai, Mumbai. KTM Stunt Show in IIT Bombay: DETAILS Day, Date: Friday, 27th December, 2019 Venue: Open Air Theatre, IIT Mood Indigo, IIT Powai, Mumbai Moreover, New 2017 KTM Range will also be on display for the KTM fans. At IIT Bombay, people can see the best stunt riders perform unbelievable tricks. And, witness them performing on the powerful KTM Dukes and experience the action live with friends and family this weekend. KTM Stunt Show -Stunt Show is conceptualized to make the customer experience the racing genes of the KTM bikes. -It gives KTM owners a holistic understanding of the performance of the RCs and also an opportunity to compete and interact with fellow KTM owners on a free track. Till now, KTM Stunt show has been organized at, Kolkata, Jaipur, Ajmer, Meerut, Jammu, Bhiwandi, Ulhasnagar, Mira Road, Dombivali and many other towns. TAGS: IITIIT BombayKTMBikesAutomobile NEXT STORY: MG ZS EV: How to book India's 1st pure electric internet SUV - Check amount, exclusive offer RELATED NEWS Massive jobs coming! Samsung to hire 1,200 engineers from top Indian institutes IIT Dharwad Recruitment 2019: Junior Research Fellow Posts vacant, know how to apply GATE 2020 aspirant? BEWARE - What authority wants students you to know IIT Dhanbad notifies vacancies for Research Associate and Senior Research Fellow Posts, walk-in on October 18 IIT Bhubaneswar: 5 vacancies for Programmer, Staff Nurse, Junior Hindi Translator posts; check eligibility LATEST NEWS SBI, PNB, HDFC, ICICI, Other Bank Customers Alert! Your debit card may be blocked after 31st December - Here is why New Year 2020: Top 5 financial resolutions to become rich; Check expert's list Sensex rises 411 points, Nifty skyrockets 119 points; Spicejet, ICICI Securities, DHFL stocks gain IIT Bombay alert! Breath-taking KTM stunt show is happening today - Check exact venue in Powai, Mumbai Apple iPhone owners 167 times more at risk of being hacked: Study Kawasaki MY21 Z650 launched! All new BS-6 compliant middleweight supernaked bike is here Google Chrome users alert! Search engine hit with bugs, users losing secondary profiles Home loans alert! Banks vs Housing Finance Companies deals compared - What to choose? Decide here Budget 2020 Expectations: Modi government to announce 100% FDI in aviation sector? Gold price eases as stocks gain; set for best weekly jump in over four months India News World News Companies News Market News Personal Finance News Technology News Automobile News Small Business News Income Tax Calculator Live TV Videos Photos Author Rss Feed Advertise with us Privacy Policy Legal Disclaimer Latest Trending Updates EPFO Pension Income Tax Return Hyundai Venue NPA Home Loan Trending Topics Income Tax 7th Pay Commission Reserve Bank of India PACL Refund Claim Online GST income Tax Calculator Follow us on Partner Sites Zee News Hindi News Marathi News Bengali News Tamil News Malayalam News Gujarati News Telugu News Kannada News DNA WION Copyright © Zee Media Corporation Ltd. All rights reserved
2019-12-261.5L illegal structures in Ulhasnagar put on notice - Times of India
1.5L illegal structures in Ulhasnagar put on noticeTop Searches:Mumbai pollutionUddhav ThackerayCAA Protest in MumbaiSolar Eclipse in MumbaiAjit Pawar1.5L illegal structures in Ulhasnagar put on noticePradeep Gupta | TNN | Dec 27, 2019, 4:41 ISTUlhasnagar: With Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation (UMC) staring at contempt of court proceedings for not razing unauthorised buildings as directed by the Bombay high court, the civic body has started issuing notices to occupants of 1.5 lakh illegal structures, including flats, shops and chawls, to vacate or get them regularised by January 16, 2020 or face demolition. On January 16, the high court will conduct the next hearing on a petition against illegal structures. Civic chief Sudhakar Deshmukh said that before the hearing all illegals structures should get regularised through online process or else UMC will start demolishing them. The UMC will start with 855 illegal buildings against which a petition was filed in 2005. In April 2006, the HC had directed UMC to demolished these buildings. As the move led to protests, the government enacted the Regularisation of Unauthorised Development in the City of Ulhasnagar Act 2006 to regularise all illegal structures constructed prior to 2006 by charging penalty. However, till 2007-end, only 6,526 applied for regularisation of which only 97 got regularised. In the 12 years after that, no one applied for regularisation. Recently, the 2005 PIL applicant approach the HC again alleging contempt of court by UMC in not taking action against illegal structures. The court will hear the petition next on January 16, when UMC will have to file a report on how many applications have been filed for regularisation and action to be taken. In the last nine days since UMC started issuing notices, only 659 have applied online for regularisation. The civic body has also organised meetings of corporators with housing societies and citizens to appeal to them prevent demolition of their structures by using the law specially passed for Ulhasnagar. UMC has also asked some architects to help citizens file the applications online. However, many residents are reluctant to apply for regularisation claiming that the penalty charge is very steep. The UMC has made it clear that penalty will not be reduced. Download The Times of India News App for Latest City News.more from times of india citiesDelhi news todayMumbai RainsBangalore RainsDelhi EarthquakeChennai RainsOdisha Elections 2019Delhi PollutionMumbai FloodsAP Elections 2019Trending TopicsNarendra ModiDelhi Election dateSolar Eclipse 2019 LiveRohit SharmaBipin RawatNarendra ModiIncome tax slabsPNB FraudAmit ShahLucknow School HolidayLATEST VIDEOSMumbaiMumbai: Lady ticket checker assaulted by train passenger, incident captured on CCTV Maharashtra: Cabinet expansion may take place on December 30 CityRenewed Citizenship protests in UP: Security increased, Internet connectivity suspended in several districts Mumbai: Lady ticket checker assaulted by train passenger, incident captured on CCTV Home Minister Amit Shah heaps praises for cricketer-turned-politician Gautam Gambhir in Delhi Cold wave grips North India, IMD issues alert More from TOIChristmas 2019: Why are some foods specially eaten on ChristmasChristmas 2019: How to decorate your Christmas tree with foodBest tripods of all types: Here’s a list of your new 3-legged friendSeeking Mass Gainers for your workout drills? Here are our top picksNavbharat TimesFeatured Today in TravelQuick LinksMamata BanerjeePriyanka GandhiChandrababu NaiduUrmila MatondkarMadras High CourtTejashwi YadavArvind KejriwalTejasvi SuryaPawan KalyanArvind KejriwalYogi AdityanathSrinagar encounterGet the appTrending Now in CitiesVaranasi newsShimla newsSrinagar newsPatna newsMeerut newsMadurai newsLucknow newsKanpur newsJammu newsJaipur newsGhaziabad newsFaridabad newsOther Times Group news sitesThe Economic TimesMumbai MirrorIGN IndiaHindi Economic TimesTimes NowI am GujaratPune MirrorTamil SamayamBangalore MirrorMaharashtra TimesTelugu SamayamAhmedabad MirrorGo GreenMiss KyraItsMyAscentNavbharat TimesEducation TimesFILMIPOP HindiBrand CapitalEisamayIndiatimesGujarati Economic TimesVijaya KarnatakaMalayalam SamayamTimes FoodGames AppMX PlayerTimesPointsLiving and entertainmentiDivaMensXP.comFeminaETimesGraziaZoomTravel DestinationsBombay TimesCricbuzz.comFilmfareOnline SongsTVLife & Style Longwalks AppNewspaper SubscriptionFood NewsTimes PrimeWhats Hottop trendsNarendra ModiDelhi Election dateSolar Eclipse 2019 LiveRohit SharmaBipin RawatNarendra ModiIncome tax slabsPNB FraudAmit ShahLucknow School HolidayCBSEUPSC Geoscientist admit cardCAB and NRCNewsWhat is NRCWhat is NPRIPL 2020 Players ListHoroscope todayservicesAds 2 BookBank Exam AppET Money Finance AppCouponDuniaDineoutMagicbricksTechgigTimes JobsBollywood NewsTimes MobileBuy CarRemit 2 IndiaTC NextBikes in IndiaUsed CarsAstro SpeakGadgets NowCareersColombiaPopular CategoriesHeadlinesSports NewsBusiness NewsIndia NewsWorld NewsBollywood NewsHealth & Fitness TipsIndian TV ShowsCelebrity Photoshot on the webKajal Sexy VideoTanushree Sexy VideoDamru SongDabang Aashiq SongKajol FeelsAamarpali Video SongSabbar Samrat SongKhesari New SongAamrapali Sexy VideoTrending topicsSaif Ali KhanMouni RoyDabangg 3 BOParineeti ChopraBigg Boss 13Bollywood Hits 2019Dabangg Box OfficeWeddings and BreakupsAnanya PandayGood Newwz ReviewSalman KhanSalman RemembersChrome 79 UpdateGoogle Pay 2020 StampJio Old Tariff PlansRealme 5G SmartphoneHoliday Season 2019Amazon App QuizFollow us onfacebooktwitterrss feedyoutubedownload toi appandroidiphoneBlackBerryipadwindows phoneText resize:aaaAbout us Create Your Own Ad Terms of Use and Grievance Redressal Policy Privacy policy Advertise with us RSS Newsletter Feedback ePaper Sitemap Archives Copyright © 2019 Bennett, Coleman & Co. Ltd. All rights reserved. For reprint rights: Times Syndication Service
2019-12-26Proposed Kalyan-Murbad rly line's DPR to be forwarded to NITI Aayog: MP Kapil Patil - United News of India
Proposed Kalyan-Murbad rly line's DPR to be forwarded to NITI Aayog: MP Kapil PatilThane, Dec 26 (UNI) The proposed Kalyan-Murbad railway line has chugged a step closer to become a reality as plan's Detailed Project Report(DPR) will be forwarded to the NITI Aayog this week, BJP MP Kapil Patil said here on Thursday. To be built on an expenditure of Rs 962 crore, the railway line is likely to be completed by 2023 and will initially connect Kalyan, Vitthalwadi and Ulhasnagar Railway stations, told DPR. The parliamentarian from Bhiwandi constituency apprised that Central Railway Divisional Manager (Planning) S K Jain has already briefed him on the DPR.Please log in to get detailed story. More NewsShiv Sena-ruled TMC to stop business with Axis Bank27 Dec 2019 | 12:01 AMThane, Dec 26 (UNI) The ongoing feud between the Shiv Sena and BJP resulted in the state government deciding to transfer all its accounts from Axis Bank to any nationalised bank, The Shiv Sena-controlled TMC has followed suit and now decided to transfer all its accounts with Axis Bank to the Nationalised Banks.see more..MVA Govt to complete 5-year term: Raut26 Dec 2019 | 11:24 PMNashik, Dec 26 (UNI) The newly-formed Maha Vikas Aaghadi government will complete the full term of five years, Shiv Sena MP Sanjay Raut expressed on Thursday.see more..Dy Superintendent in land record office among 3 arrested for bribery in Kolhapur26 Dec 2019 | 11:03 PMKolhapur, Dec 26 (UNI) Three people, including deputy superintendent in Gadhinglaj land record office and two private agents, were on Thursday arrested by the city-unit of Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) while allegedly accepting a bribe of Rs 5,500 from a complainant in Gadhinglaj tehsil town of the district.see more..Two-day international conference at BAMU next month26 Dec 2019 | 10:27 PMAurangabad, Maharashtra, Dec 26 (UNI) A two-day international conference on "Recent Trends in Image Processing and Pattern Recognition" will be held at the Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University (BAMU) here from January 3, next year.see more..Hundreds protest against police brutality on students at JMIU, AMU26 Dec 2019 | 10:14 PMAurangabad, Dec 26 (UNI) Hundreds of people, including students, activists and citizens, on Thursday staged a protest here against police brutality in Jamia Millia Islamia (JMI) University in New Delhi, Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) and various other campuses across the country and voiced their opposition to the National Register of Citizens (NRC) and the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA).see more.. UNI PhotoSABARIMALA,DEC 26 (UNI) The procession carrying sacred gold attire Thanka Anki brought from Parthasarathy temple Aramula for adorning Lord Ayyappa idol, during Mandala Makaravilakku season at Sabraimala on Thursday. UNI PHOTO-111UNEW DELHI, DEC 26 (UNI):- Union Minister for Finance and Corporate Affairs, Nirmala Sitharaman releasing a postage stamp on Directorate of Revenue Intelligence (DRI), in New Delhi on Thursday.UNI PHOTO-99UNEW DELHI, DEC 26 (UNI):- Union Minister for Finance and Corporate Affairs, Nirmala Sitharaman addressing at the release of a postage stamp on Directorate of Revenue Intelligence (DRI), in New Delhi on Thursday.UNI PHOTO-98UNEW DELHI, DEC 26 (UNI):- Chief Election Commissioner, Sunil Arora releasing the publication at the review meeting on poll preparedness for Delhi Assembly Elections, in New Delhi on Thursday. Election Commissioners, Ashok Lavasa and Sushil Chandra and other dignitaries are also seen. UNI PHOTO-97UNEW DELHI, DEC 26 (UNI):- Chief Election Commissioner, Sunil Arora reviews the meeting on poll preparedness for Delhi Assembly Elections, in New Delhi on Thursday. The Election Commissioners, Ashok Lavasa and Sushil Chandra are also seen. UNI PHOTO-96UNEW DELHI, DEC 26 (UNI):- Union Minister for Health and Family Welfare, Science and Technology and Earth Sciences, Harsh Vardhan and the Union Minister for Women and Child Development and Textiles, Smriti Irani at a meeting to discuss about enhanced collaboration for promoting contribution of women in science, in New Delhi on Thursday.UNI PHOTO-95UNEW DELHI, DEC 26 (UNI):- Union Minister for Human Resource Development Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank launching the UGC Guidelines/Frameworks, in New Delhi on Thursday. UNI PHOTO-94UJAMSHEDPUR, DEC 26 (UNI):-International golferS of India tees-off during four-day long (26-29 Dec2019) TATA Steel Gold Tour Tournament at Golmuri Gold course in Jamshedpur on Thursday.UNI PHOTO-110UJAMSHEDPUR, DEC 26 (UNI):-International golferS of India tees-off during four-day long (26-29 Dec2019) TATA Steel Gold Tour Tournament at Golmuri Gold course in Jamshedpur on Thursday.UNI PHOTO-109UMUMBAI,DEC 26 (UNI) - People from the Pothraj community participate in a protest by Vanchit Bhaujan Aghadi party workers to oppose the Amended Citizenship Act and NRC, in Mumbai on Thursday. UNI PHOTO-108UMUMBAI,DEC 26 (UNI) - People from the Pothraj community participate in a protest by Vanchit Bhaujan Aghadi party workers to oppose the Amended Citizenship Act and NRC, in Mumbai on Thursday. UNI PHOTO-107UMUMBAI,DEC 26 (UNI) - People from the Pothraj community participate in a protest by Vanchit Bhaujan Aghadi party workers to oppose the Amended Citizenship Act and NRC, in Mumbai on Thursday. UNI PHOTO-106UMUMBAI,DEC 26 (UNI) - People from the Pothraj community participate in a protest by Vanchit Bhaujan Aghadi party workers to oppose the Amended Citizenship Act and NRC, in Mumbai on Thursday. UNI PHOTO-105URAJAHMUNDRY, DEC 26 (UNI):- Vice President, M. Venkaiah Naidu inaugurating the Delta Hospitals, in Rajahmundry, Andhra Pradesh on Thursday.UNI PHOTO-104URAJAHMUNDRY, DEC 26 (UNI):- Vice President, M. Venkaiah Naidu lighting the lamp at the inauguration of the Delta Hospitals, in Rajahmundry, Andhra Pradesh on Thursday.UNI PHOTO-103UNEW DELHI, DEC 26 (UNI):- Union Minister for Health and Family Welfare, Science and Technology and Earth Sciences, Harsh Vardhan inaugurating the 2nd edition of Eat Right Mela an initiative of FSSAI, at Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium, New Delhi on Thursday.UNI PHOTO-102UNEW DELHI, DEC 26 (UNI):- Union Minister for Health and Family Welfare, Science and Technology and Earth Sciences, Harsh Vardhan launching The PURPLE Book a handbook on diets for diseases, at the inauguration of the 2nd edition of Eat Right Mela an initiative of FSSAI, at Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium, New Delhi on Thursday.UNI PHOTO-101UNEW DELHI, DEC 26 (UNI):- Union Home Minister, Amit Shah laying the foundation stone of the Integrated Development of East Delhi Hub, in Delhi on Thursday.UNI PHOTO-100UKOLKATA, DEC 26 (UNI) Reeling under severe cold, people warming up themselves in Kolkata today.UNI PHOTO CAL 22KOLKATA, DEC 26 (UNI) Reeling under severe cold, people warming up themselves in Kolkata today.UNI PHOTO CAL 21 Other Links UNIVARTA (News Agency) Indian News Agency UNI-Urdu Service(News Agency) Indian News Agency Newswrap Newswrap1 Friday, Dec 27 2019 | Time 00:38 Hrs(IST) Home News Photo Hindi Urdu PRESS RELEASES Web Hits FeedBack About UNI Contact us SiteMap JOBS Tender Terms of Use Disclaimer Privacy policy Follow us on :-
2019-12-25BAI gets SRO certification from MahaRERA - The Hindu
BAI gets SRO certification from MahaRERA Share On Cities Bengaluru Chennai Coimbatore Delhi Hyderabad Kochi Kolkata Mumbai Kozhikode Madurai Mangaluru Puducherry Thiruvananthapuram Tiruchirapalli Vijayawada Visakhapatnam Bengaluru Chennai Coimbatore Delhi Hyderabad Kochi Kolkata Mumbai Kozhikode Madurai Mangaluru Puducherry Thiruvananthapuram Tiruchirapalli Vijayawada Visakhapatnam Data | Minorities within majority face persecution in Indian subcontinent News Cities Mumbai Mumbai BAI gets SRO certification from MahaRERA Lalatendu Mishra Mumbai, December 26, 2019 01:31 IST Updated: December 26, 2019 01:31 IST Share Article PRINT A A A Lalatendu Mishra Mumbai, December 26, 2019 01:31 IST Updated: December 26, 2019 01:31 IST more-in The association will enforce RERA rules among real estate promoters The Builders Association of India (BAI), the apex body of Engineering Construction Contractors and Real Estate companies, has received MahaRERA certification as a registered Self-Regulatory Organisation (SRO).The SRO certificate was recently handed over by MahaRERA Chairman Gautam Chatterjee to Prakash Panjwani, chairman, BAI Maharashtra.The certification is as per MahaRERA’s rules, which make it mandatory for developers to take membership of a registered SRO, from December 1, 2019. The concept has been introduced in Maharashtra to ensure greater professionalism among real estate promoters and bring in a certain level of consistency in their practice. It is also meant to enforce the code of conduct and discourage fraudulent practices among real estate promoters.The task of the SROs is to encourage its members to comply with the provisions of the Act, applicable rules, regulations, orders or circulars issued by the MahaRERA from time to time.“BAI has already been engaged in educating its members about RERA regulations and now with it registered as an SRO, it will promote greater professionalism among promoters and enforcement of code of conduct of RERA,” said Gyan Madhani, Chairman, BAI Mumbai Centre, in a statement. BAI Maharashtra has seen a surge in new membership enrolment to fulfil the provisions of MahaRERA, he said.Founded in 1941, BAI has more than 19,000 business entities as members through its 180-plus centres (branches) across India.In Maharashtra, it has centres in Ahmednagar, Amravati, Aurangabad, Baramati, Butibori, Dhule, Ichalkaranji, Jalgaon, Kolhapur, Latur, Malegaon, Mumbai, Nagpur, Nanded, Nandurbar, Nasik, Parbhani, Phaltan, Pune, Raigad, Sangamner, Sangli, Satara, Shahda, Solapur, Ulhasnagar and Wai. More are in the offing. You have reached your limit for free articles this month. Register to The Hindu for free and get unlimited access for 30 days. Subscribe Now Already have an account ? Sign in Sign up for a 30-day free trial. Sign Up Subscription Benefits Include Today's Paper Find mobile-friendly version of articles from the day's newspaper in one easy-to-read list. Unlimited Access Enjoy reading as many articles as you wish without any limitations. Personalised recommendations A select list of articles that match your interests and tastes. Faster pages Move smoothly between articles as our pages load instantly. Dashboard A one-stop-shop for seeing the latest updates, and managing your preferences. Briefing We brief you on the latest and most important developments, three times a day. Not convinced? Know why you should pay for news. Know Why *Our Digital Subscription plans do not currently include the e-paper ,crossword, iPhone, iPad mobile applications and print. Our plans enhance your reading experience. Why you should pay for quality journalism - Click to know more SUBSCRIBE TO OUR DAILY NEWSLETTER Submit Please enter a valid email address. Comments Comments Related Topics Mumbai Related Articles Recommended for you Close X Previous Story On a mission to fight social evils, Jalna man on all-India bicycle tour Next Story Lawyer educates sex workers on how to avoid harassment by police Comments will be moderated by The Hindu editorial team. Comments that are abusive, personal, incendiary or irrelevant cannot be published. Please write complete sentences. Do not type comments in all capital letters, or in all lower case letters, or using abbreviated text. (example: u cannot substitute for you, d is not 'the', n is not 'and'). We may remove hyperlinks within comments. Please use a genuine email ID and provide your name, to avoid rejection. Printable version | Dec 26, 2019 10:32:09 AM | https://www.thehindu.com/news/cities/mumbai/bai-gets-sro-certification-from-maharera/article30398766.ece © THG PUBLISHING PVT LTD. Next Story News analysis | Uddhav balancing act between coalition and ideology The tripartite government in Maharashtra of Sena, Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) and Congress is full of contradictions, especially when it comes to the ideology. Alok Deshpande ‘Drugs or men?’ Mumbai woman’s Uber Auto nightmare She had booked the autorickshaw from a popular pub in Bandra to her residence Gautam S. Mengle Top Picks in The Hindu today Earliest Sanskrit inscription in South India found in A.P. Chennai Margazhi young artistes of the day: M. Shrikanth and K. R. Sivaramakrishna 130 crore Indians are Hindu society: Mohan Bhagwat Massive locust invasion threatens Gujarat farmers Leander Paes to retire in 2020 Thuraiyur farmer builds temple for Modi ‘Ghost Stories’: United in horror Watch | Tomorrow’s solar eclipse to be visible in parts of Kerala, Karnataka, T.N. Nine things every professional would need in 2020 TRENDING TODAY The Hindu Explains Fact Check Citizenship Amendment Act Cricket 14K | Media images of ‘National Population Register 2020 forms’ spark confusion 16K | Watch | December 26 solar eclipse to be visible in parts of Kerala, Karnataka and Tamil Nadu 77K | All you need to know about the December 26 solar eclipse 14K | Pakistan rejects U.S. report on religious freedom 30K | Cartoonscape — December 25, 2019 281K | German student who took part in anti-CAA protests told to leave India 33K | Sasikala gave ₹237 crore in demonetised notes as loan to govt. contractor: I-T dept. 19K | Hell, not detention centre: Assam ‘foreigner’ after PM remark 22K | How Sasikala bought properties with demonetised currency notes worth over ₹1,600 crore Close X Next Story » Lawyer educates sex workers on how to avoid harassment by police You have read 1 out of 10 free articles for the month. For Full access Subscribe Now X You have read 1 out of 10 free articles for the month. Subscribe Now x Subscribe to The Hindu now and get unlimited access. Subscribe now Already have an account? Sign In Sign up for a 30-day free trial. Sign Up JUST IN 7mins Watch out for rise of deepfakes, ransomware in 2020 8mins 40 rescued from Delhi building after fire broke out 19mins Rupee rises 5 paise to 71.22 against US dollar in early trade 32mins Sensex, Nifty turn volatile ahead of F&O expiry 36mins Chile fire: helicopters douse fire that destroyed 200 homes 45mins Typhoon Phanfone kills at least 16 in Philippines 1hr Morning digest: Media images of ‘NPR 2020 forms’ spark confusion, South India gears for solar eclipse, and more 1hr Mexico calls diplomatic meeting to protest Bolivian ‘harassment’ 1hr Saudi Foreign Minister to arrive in Pakistan on maiden visit 2hrs 11 soldiers killed in Burkina Faso attack 2hrs Israel’s Netanyahu again quits rally as rocket alert sounds 3hrs Spate of shootings leave 2 dead, 7 wounded in North Carolina city 3hrs Class 12 students held for circulating fake school holiday order 3hrs NZ vs Australia test: New Zealand win toss, bowl first 5hrs NITI member bats for 2 GST slabs CLOSE CLOSE THIS MENU TRENDING TODAY Chennai Hyderabad Bengaluru Videos Entertainment Subscription Latest News Today's Paper ePaper Crossword News National International States Andhra Pradesh Karnataka Kerala Tamil Nadu Telangana Other States Business Agri-Business Industry Economy Markets Budget Real Estate Cities Bengaluru Chennai Coimbatore Delhi Hyderabad Kochi Kolkata Mumbai Kozhikode Madurai Mangaluru Puducherry Thiruvananthapuram Tiruchirapalli Vijayawada Visakhapatnam Elections Jharkhand 2019 Results Opinion Editorial Lead Comment Columns Interview Cartoon Open Page Readers' Editor Letters Sport Athletics Cricket Football Hockey Motorsport Other Sports Races Tennis Entertainment Art Dance Movies Music Reviews Theatre Society Faith History & Culture Books Reviews Authors Children Life & Style Fashion Fitness Food Motoring Travel Homes and gardens Luxury Technology Gadgets Internet Sci-Tech Science Technology Health Agriculture Environment Education Careers Colleges Schools Multimedia Photos Videos Podcast Data Specials Resources Tags thREAD Theatre - Fest November Fest Lit for Life Archive Classifieds eBooks Subscribe Social About Us CONNECT WITH US CLOSE THIS MENU ePaper TRENDING TODAY Citizenship Amendment Act Kerala population and census Pakistan Citizenship Amendment Act Tamil Nadu Citizenship Amendment Act Citizenship Amendment Act Tamil Nadu Test cricket TRENDING THIS WEEK Citizenship Amendment Act Kerala Tamil Nadu Tamil Nadu Assam population and census Pakistan macro economics Citizenship Amendment Act LATEST NEWS wireless technology financial markets stocks Philippines international relations Saudi Arabia astronomy national security Israel TRENDING TOPIC population and census Test cricket Citizenship Amendment Act Kerala Pakistan Citizenship Amendment Act Citizenship Amendment Act Citizenship Amendment Act Tamil Nadu Tamil Nadu Trending on our group sites Businessline taxation and taxes iron and steel Citizenship (Amendment) Bill astronomy Sportstar Tamil Nadu Chennai Super Kings Home News Opinion Business Sport Elections Crossword Entertainment Life & Style thREAD THE SITE About Us Terms of Use Privacy Policy Contacts Archive Print Subscription ePaper Digital Subscription Rss Feeds Sitemap GROUP SITES The Hindu இந்து தமிழ் திசை Business Line BL on Campus Sportstar Frontline The Hindu Centre RoofandFloor STEP Young World Club Publications eBooks Images Classifieds Contact us Copyright© 2019, THG PUBLISHING PVT LTD. Why you should pay for News Why you should pay for News To continue enjoying The Hindu, You can turn off your ad blocker or Subscribe to The Hindu. Know Why Sign In Sign up for a 30 day free trial.
2019-12-25Kalyan to try new solution to fix potholes - Hindustan Times
2019-12-25Thane: Man arrested for ‘molesting’ woman during CT scan - The Indian Express
Thane: Man arrested for ‘molesting’ woman during CT scan Thane: Man arrested for ‘molesting’ woman during CT scan According to Hill Line Police, James Thomas, 24, a technician, operates the CT scan machine at a local private hospital. On Monday, the woman reportedly went to the hospital to undergo a full body CT scan, police said. By: Express News Service | Thane | Updated: December 25, 2019 5:55:58 am “When the woman was strapped to the machine, Thomas reportedly touched her inappropriately and also took her pictures,” an officer said. (Representational Image) A 24-year-old medical assistant at Ulhasnagar was arrested Tuesday for allegedly molesting and taking pictures of a 40-year-old woman while the latter was undergoing a computerised tomography (CT) scan, police said. According to Hill Line Police, James Thomas, 24, a technician, operates the CT scan machine at a local private hospital. On Monday, the woman reportedly went to the hospital to undergo a full body CT scan, police said. “When the woman was strapped to the machine, Thomas reportedly touched her inappropriately and also took her pictures,” an officer said. When the woman realised what was happening, she approached the police and lodged an FIR Monday evening. “She had already complained at the hospital. We arrested Thomas Tuesday. He has been remanded to our custody till December 27,” a senior officer said. He added, “Thomas is being interrogated. We are also checking his phone.” For all the latest Mumbai News, download Indian Express App
2019-12-25Molested then took pictures: Maharashtra man assaults woman during CT scan, arrested - International Business Times, India Edition
Molested then took pictures: Maharashtra man assaults woman during CT scan, arrested The man, identified as 24-year-old James Thomas, is a technician and operates the CT scan machine at a local private hospital. By : IBT News Desk Dec 25, 2019 13:48 IST Close Justice for Nirbhaya | Supreme Court rejects rapist Akshay Singh's review plea A medical assistant at a local private hospital in Maharashtra's Ulhasnagar has been arrested for allegedly molesting and taking pictures of a woman who was undergoing a computerised tomography (CT) scan. The man, identified as 24-year-old James Thomas, is a technician and operates the CT scan machine at the hospital. The woman, 40, had reportedly gone to the hospital on Monday for a full-body CT scan.  Representative ImageIANS According to the Hill Line Police, Thomas touched her inappropriately when she was strapped to the machine and also took her pictures. She approached the police and lodged an FIR against Thomas on Monday evening. "She had already complained at the hospital. We arrested Thomas Tuesday. He has been remanded to our custody till December 27," a senior officer said. Thomas is currently being interrogated.   Crime Maharashtra Suggested Articles Kajal Aggarwal Dons Bikini Salman Khan, Sudeep Promote Dabangg 3 in Chennai Kajal Aggarwal to be immortalised as wax statue at Madame Tussauds in Singapore IBT Hindi सीएए विरोधी हिंसा : दिल्ली पुलिस ने किया जामिया हिंसा से जुड़े सबूत जुटाने का दावा देनदारी के बोझ और गलाकाट प्रतिस्पर्धा के बीच पूरे साल संघर्ष करता रहा दूरसंचार क्षेत्र उबर से पूरी तरह से अलग होने जा रहे हैं सह-संस्थापक ट्राविस कलानिक, सामुदायिक रसोई पर ध्यान करेंगे केंद्रित IBT TV Close This Hyderabad male pickpocket is a millionaire. Why advertise with us? most popular CAA stir: Delhi police claims to have garnered evidence behind Jamia violence 'Distinct' stomach cancer identified in younger patients New 'molecular switch' allows control of gene therapy doses The unusual gifts the Royal Family gives its members during the holiday season revealed Why advertise with us? What the Royals will be eating this holiday season; the British Royal Family has an extravagant menu Karisma Kapoor–Abhishek Bachchan broken engagement: What exactly went wrong between the two? Kareena Kapoor-Saif Ali Khan to Kapil Sharma-Ginni Chatrath: 10 biggest Bollywood weddings of the decade Why advertise with us? हिंदी समाचार सीबीआई करेगी 126 करोड़ रुपये के यमुना एक्सप्रेसवे घोटाले की जांच, पूर्व सीईओ सहित 21 पर एफआईआर सीएए विरोधी प्रदर्शन के दौरान सार्वजनिक संपत्ति को हुए नुकसान की भरपाई के लिए 28 प्रदर्शनकारियों को यूपी सरकार का नोटिस दुनिया में सबसे ज्यादा डाउनलोड किया गया पबजी, ये रहे 2019 के शीर्ष 5 गेम 2018-19 में बढ़कर 756.4 करोड़ रुपये पर पहुंचा फूडपांडा का नुकसान Read More CAA stir: Delhi police claims to have garnered evidence behind Jamia violence 70 kg gold worth Rs 16 crore burgled from Muthoot Finance outlet in Bengaluru CAA a legacy issue, we'll challenge the challengers: PM Modi Brazil President Bolsonaro loses memory after he slips and falls in bathroom India US World Business Technology Sports Entertainment Auto Photos Video Advertise with us Permission Syndication Terms of service Privacy & Cookie Policy About us Brand Careers Site Navigation Contact Australia India Singapore U.K. U.S. © Copyright 2019, International Business Times, India Edition . All Rights Reserved.
2019-12-25CR power block hassles commuters - Hindustan Times
2019-12-25Maharashtra: Man arrested for molesting woman, taking pictures during CT scan - India Today
Maharashtra: Man arrested for molesting woman, taking pictures during CT scan Maharashtra: Man arrested for molesting woman, taking pictures during CT scanA 24-year-old medical assistant was arrested for allegedly molesting and taking pictures of a 40-year-old woman when she was undergoing a computerised tomography (CT) scan in Ulhasnagar, Maharashtra, police said.advertisement India Today Web Desk ThaneDecember 25, 2019UPDATED: December 25, 2019 10:13 IST Image for representationHIGHLIGHTSA 24-year-old medical assistant was arrested for allegedly molesting and taking pictures of a 40-year-old womanThe accused has been identified as a 24-year-old James ThomasThomas is being interrogated and his phone is also being checkedA 24-year-old medical assistant was arrested for allegedly molesting and taking pictures of a 40-year-old woman when she was undergoing a computerised tomography (CT) scan in Ulhasnagar, Maharashtra, police said.The accused has been identified as a 24-year-old James Thomas, who is a technician at a local private hospital and operates the CT scan machine, according to the Hill Line Police.According to the Hill Line Police, the woman reportedly went to the hospital on Monday to undergo a full body CT scan. Thomas reportedly touched her inappropriately when she was strapped to the machine and also took her pictures, a police officer mentioned.When she felt uncomfortable, she approached the police and lodged an FIR Monday evening. "She had already complained at the hospital. We arrested Thomas Tuesday. He has been remanded to our custody till December 27," a senior officer said.Meanwhile, Thomas is being interrogated and his phone is also being checked.ALSO READ: Unnao rape victim's father demands death by hanging or encounter for culpritsALSO READ: Delhi: Woman pours petrol on daughter demanding justice for Unnao victim, heldGet real-time alerts and all the news on your phone with the all-new India Today app. Download from Post your comment Do You Like This Story? Awesome! Now share the story Too bad. Tell us what you didn't like in the comments Posted byManisha Pandey Next advertisement READ THIS Did Pak's non-Muslim population drop from 23% to 3.7% as BJP claims? A Kerala scientist's Arctic quest: nosy bears, unending night, icy zen 4 yrs of Swachh Bharat but 38% govt hospitals in rural India don't have staff toilets Virat Kohli reveals how turning vegetarian helped him achieve success in Test cricketRecommendedWatch Right Now 03:33 Anti-CAA stir: 10 arrested for violence in Daryaganj, FIR against 11 for rioting in Seelampur 03:44 Ground Report | 11 dead in Uttar Pradesh after violence in anti-CAA protests 04:54 Anti-CAA protests: Car set on fire outside DCP's office in Delhi's Daryaganj 04:54 Watch: Massive protest at Delhi's Jama Masjid after Friday prayers 14:37 Watch: Govt brought discipline to system, says PM ModiTop Takes 02:35 Get Real India: Is government wary of students raising voice? 08:45 People involved in vandalism will be identified: Uttar Pradesh BJP MLA Shrikant Sharma 01:35 So Sorry | Article 370, CAA, NRC: Ab itihaas hai badlaadvertisement INDIATODAY.IN advertisement Publications:Business TodayCosmopolitanIndia Today - HindiIndia TodayMail TodayMoney TodayReader's DigestTimeTelevision:Aaj TakDelhi Aaj TakIndia Today TVTezRadio:Ishq FMEducation:India Today EducationVasant ValleyBest Colleges India 2018Best Universities India 2018Syndications:India contentHeadlines TodayEvents:Agenda AajtakIndia Today ConclaveRobb Report India 2018Sahitya Aaj TakThe Red LabDistribution:Rate CardPrinting:Thomson PressWelfare:Care TodayMusic:Music TodayUseful Links :PartnersPress ReleaseSitemapNewsNewsletterPrivacy Policy Copyright © 2019 Living Media India Limited. For reprint rights: Syndications Today Download AppCopyright © 2019 Living Media India Limited. For reprint rights: Syndications Today
2019-12-25Promising high returns, father, son dupe over 100 - Mumbai Mirror
Promising high returns, father, son dupe over 100You are in an offline modePromising high returns, father, son dupe over 100Mumbai Mirror | Updated: Dec 25, 2019, 06:00 ISTPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeShareThe victims Jairam Pamnani and Anil MordaniSindhi community members allege the businessmen borrowed money on false promises; 75 cases registered in different police stations; most complaints pertain to cheque bounce More than 100 members of the Sindhi community in the city– mostly senior citizens – have alleged that they have been cheated by a business family. They formed a group and filed cases against the father-son duo of Tarachand Bodaram Chawla and Vinay Tarachand Chawla at different police stations. The family is into different businesses. So far, 75 people from across the city – Borivali to Ulhasnagar, Bandra Girgaon and Andheri – have filed the cases. The main complaint against the Chawlas is that they promised high interest on the money given to them – in some cases almost double the government rate – but did not honour the commitment. As per the cases filed so far, the Chawlas owe the Sindhi groups more than Rs 10 crore, and if all the dues are combined, the defaulted amount would be far more, say the complaints. All the complaints pertain to cheque bounce ranging from Rs 2 lakh to Rs 20 lakh. The cases have been filed under Section 138 in The Negotiable Instruments Act, 1881. Among the complainants are retired government servants and widows. One particular complainant has claimed to have suffered a heart attack after he realised that his money may have been lost. Tarachand Bodaram Chawla and Vinay Tarachand Chawla Another complainant, 75-yearold Jairmam V Pamnani, wrote to the joint commissioner (crime branch) stating that he doesn’t have enough money for treatment of his heart, which has three blockages. “I had lent Rs 10 lakh to Mr Tarachand Bodharam Chawla and his son Vinay Tarachand Chawla. They have returned only Rs 1 lakh. They are refusing to meet us. They are neither replying to my messages nor returning the money. I request you to note that they should be held responsible if anything happens to me,” Pamnani, said in his July letter. Similarly, Anil Mordani alleged that the Chawlas borrowed from the Sindhi community members for expansion of their businesses.They offered higher rates of interest. “One senior citizen has suffered a heart attack due to stress within a couple of days of being humiliated by Vinay T Chawla at their office at 1BKC. Two dozen cases are yet to be registered against Chawlas,” said Mordani, who has sent a video message of his complaint to Mirror. The community has now decided to boycott various products of the Chawlas’companies, the complainants said. Tarachand Chawla is registered with the ministry of corporate affairs with a DIN (Director Identification Number) of 00763180, and is currently associated with five companies: Chawla Brothers Pvt Ltd, Kamani Foods Pvt Ltd, Karuna Builders Pvt Ltd, Ninaad Wellbeing Foundation and Pretty Built Developers Pvt Ltd. Vinay Tarachand Chawla is registered with the DIN 00763078. He is associated with the first four companies of his father. The complainants allege that the Chawlas are affluent enough to repay their loans. On Monday, Chawla Sr was produced before a court in Ulhasnagar following a non-bailable warrant, when he was granted bail. Mumbai Mirror’s calls and text messages to Tarachand Chawla for comment went unanswered. RELATED NEWSMumbai: Decomposed body of middle-aged man found at BorivaliDec 18, 201925 km of Western Express Highway from Bandra to Borivali to undergo f...Dec 13, 2019Borivali resident among 19 seafarers abducted by pirates in NigeriaDec 05, 2019 We make luxury vacations extremely affordable. Join Now!Rosetta by FernsMy baby’s brain tumor is spreading. She’ll die without help!KETTOOwn a managed farmland just 90 mins from Int Airport.HosachiguruPlots by BlueJay Aster - Refer & earn voucher worth of 50KBluejayAspirational homes at E-city phase-1 BLR at best price.GM InfiniteBook a luxurious row house @Soul & Soil starting at ₹2Cr*Assetz Soul & Soil Ban pest entry to your homeHiCare Home Hygiene17yrs of nurturing excellenceOrchids International SchoolSave up to ₹39,552* at Dell Laptops & 10% Cashback on HDFC.Dell IndiaExperience responsible luxury with the Volvo XC90.The Volvo XC90Top 10 Term Insurance Plans in IndiaPolicybazaarReplace your old tyres@Apollo Exchange Festival from 8th NovApollo Tyres
2019-12-25Thane: Man arrested for ‘molesting’ woman during CT scan - Yahoo India News
Thane: Man arrested for ‘molesting’ woman during CT scanThe Indian Express25 December 2019ReblogShareTweetShareSharemedical assistant arrested for taking pictures of awoman, medical assistant arrested for molesting a woman at Ulhasnagar, women molestation in mumbai, mumbai news, thane news, indian express newsMore“When the woman was strapped to the machine, Thomas reportedly touched her inappropriately and also took her pictures,” an officer said. (Representational Image)A 24-year-old medical assistant at Ulhasnagar was arrested Tuesday for allegedly molesting and taking pictures of a 40-year-old woman while the latter was undergoing a computerised tomography (CT) scan, police said.According to Hill Line Police, James Thomas, 24, a technician, operates the CT scan machine at a local private hospital. On Monday, the woman reportedly went to the hospital to undergo a full body CT scan, police said. “When the woman was strapped to the machine, Thomas reportedly touched her inappropriately and also took her pictures,” an officer said.When the woman realised what was happening, she approached the police and lodged an FIR Monday evening. “She had already complained at the hospital. We arrested Thomas Tuesday. He has been remanded to our custody till December 27,” a senior officer said. He added, “Thomas is being interrogated. We are also checking his phone.”ReblogShareTweetShareShareWhat to read nextDanish Kaneria was mistreated by team-mates because he was a Hindu: Shoaib AkhtarYahoo IndiaFIR against Shiv Sainiks who beat up Mumbai man, tonsured his head for criticising Uddhav Thackeray's Jamia-Jallianwala Bagh remarksFirstpostVijayawada Police house arrest TDP MP Kesineni Nani, MLC Buddha VenkannaAniMore than just friends? Malaika Arora's son Arhaan introduces girlfriend Chanel on ChristmasFree Press JournalLudhiana: Family sleeps with angithi in room, 2 kids choke to death, 4 others seriousThe Indian ExpressPakistan violates ceasefire in JandK's PoonchAniChennai woman kills friend's dad over alleged abuse: Why right to private defence won't applyThe News MinuteAmitabh Bachchan Posts Health Update After Missing National Film Awards CeremonyNews18Vacay mode on! Sara Ali Khan uploads pictures from her tripFree Press Journal73-Year-Old Man Spends Rs 3 Lakh to Pay the Bills of 36 Families in Florida for ChristmasNews18Ahead of Friday prayers, UP Police conducts flag march in MuzaffarnagarAniAyushmann Khurrana And Tahira Kashyap's Beachy Christmas Photos From Bahamas Are Vacation Goals!FilmibeatMove over DeepVeer, Ajay Devgn and Kajol turn up the heat in their Christmas pictureFree Press JournalWhy your debit card is the least secure way to pay for goodsYahoo FinanceAligarh Muslim University appoints student seriously injured in 15 Dec violence as assistant professor on compassionate groundsFirstpostMassive fire breaks out in JandK's DodaAni
2019-12-24Mumbai: Security beefed up at churches for Christmas, New Year - Mumbai Mirror
Mumbai: Security beefed up at churches for Christmas, New YearYou are in an offline modeMumbai: Security beefed up at churches for Christmas, New YearMirror Online | Updated: Dec 24, 2019, 21:45 ISTPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeShareThe delegation of Christian bodies with Mumbai police commissionerMumbai: Security has been beefed up at churches across the city for masses and prayer service during Christmas and New Year festivities. Volunteers from the community would be roped in and trained to assist the police in the security arrangements. The exercise would be done region-wise. A delegation of Christian bodies in the city called on Mumbai police commissioner Sanjay Barve on Tuesday, conveying the latter about the apprehension about security in view of the recent disruption of prayer services at a church in Worli by anti-social elements. "We also shared our concerns on how anti-social elements have disrupted prayer services under the acquisition that conversions were carried out, which was patently false," said a release issued by Dolphy D'souza, spokesperson of the Bombay Catholic Sabha. The delegation also shared information about attacks on prayer meetings and pastors at Thane and Ulhasnagar, the release stated. The delegation also urged the police to undertake regular interaction with the community for better coordination and work towards the betterment of the city. Other senior police officials, including the joint commissioner of police, law and order, Vinay Chaube, were present during the meeting. RELATED NEWSMumbai Police draws massive security plan for Thursday's NRC/CAA prot...Dec 18, 2019WhatsApp didn’t disclose security breach: GovtNov 29, 2019Govt withdraws SPG security of GandhisNov 09, 2019 2 & 3BHk starting at Rs 30L at Electronic cityGM InfiniteTreat Your Feet With #BataSneakers!Bata IndiaMy baby’s brain tumor is spreading. She’ll die without help!KETTOWe make luxury vacations extremely affordable. Join Now!Rosetta by FernsVillas off whitefield Bangalore @99lacs possession Jan 2020 m1 HomesGM Ambitious Enclave 1,2&3 BHK Affordable Homes in BLR.GM Infinite Check out these offers at an exclusive Lee store near youLeeAdventure awaits you in beautiful DubaiVisit DubaiLuxury 2 and 3 bedroom homes at Indraprastha, BengaluruPratham ConstructionsBITS Pilani - Pursue MBA & get an average CTC of 9.18 LBITS PILANIExperience responsible luxury with the Volvo XC90.The Volvo XC90Create long term wealth, own a managed farmlandHosachiguru
2019-12-24Bizarre Mumbai Crimes: CT scan technician arrested for molesting woman in Ulhasnagar hospital - Yahoo India News
Bizarre Mumbai Crimes: CT scan technician arrested for molesting woman in Ulhasnagar hospitalFree Press Journal24 December 2019ReblogShareTweetShareShareA 24-year-old CT technician was arrested for allegedly molesting a 35-year-old woman in Ulhasnagar hospital.The accused identified as Jins Thomas, 25, is a resident of Ulhasnagar and a CT scan technician in the hospital. The police said that the woman had visited the hospital to get a CT scan done on Sunday.The victim stated that she had visited the hospital alone and the technician had touched her inappropriately. After the incident, she approached the Hill Line police station and filed a complaint against the accused.The police arrested the accused and have remanded him in police custody till December 27. Rajendra Mayane, Senior Police Inspector of Hill Line police station said that during the investigation they found out that there was no other staffer in the CT scan department other than the technician."We arrested him after the victim booked a case against him. We have produced him before court which remanded him to police custody till December 27".ReblogShareTweetShareShareWhat to read nextOnline snag hit Ulhasnagar illegal structures regularisation processFree Press JournalSiddhant Chaturvedi Had The Most MC Sher Response To Ananya Panday Who Defended NepotismHuffPost IndiaSheena Bora murder case: Being an approver cannot be termed as change of circumstance to grant Indrani bail, says courtThe Indian ExpressTamil Nadu youth develops portable house on auto rickshawIndia Newzstreet MediaSona Mohapatra trolled for bikini photos: Refuse to suck in my well-earned belly, she saysThe Indian Express'We Come Here for Livelihood': Kashmiri Dry Fruit Sellers in Lucknow Allege Harassment by PoliceNews18Crowd go berserk, 'hero' and 'singham' chants for V C Sajjanar during New Year's eve in CyberabadIndia Newzstreet MediaNight of Shame: Several girls molested during new year celebrations at KoramanagalaOneindiaRanveer Singh rents a flat in Deepika Padukone’s building for Rs 7.25 lakh per monthThe Indian ExpressLate Kushal Punjabi's Wife Audrey Dolhen Flies Back To France With Their Son, Kian- EXCLUSIVESpotboyeGreater Noida: Six of family killed after car plunges into canalThe Indian ExpressOMG! Why Pope Francis gets angry and SLAPS woman on New Year's EveIndia Newzstreet MediaThe 10 Most Sexist Bollywood Films Of The Decade, RankedHuffPost IndiaPhotos: Here’s how Anushka, Virat, Saif, Kareena, Varun and Natasha rang in New YearThe Indian ExpressMona Singh's Husband Shyam Rajgopalan's Daughter's FIRST PICTURE: So Adorbs, Isn't It?SpotboyeWomen in Malayalam film industry face sexual abuse, says Justice Hema commissionThe Indian Express
2019-12-24Bizarre Mumbai Crimes: CT scan technician arrested for molesting woman in Ulhasnagar hospital - Free Press Journal
Bizarre Mumbai Crimes: CT scan technician arrested for molesting woman in Ulhasnagar hospitalBy Narendra Gupta The police have remanded the accused in police custody till December 27Representative ImageA 24-year-old CT technician was arrested for allegedly molesting a 35-year-old woman in Ulhasnagar hospital.The accused identified as Jins Thomas, 25, is a resident of Ulhasnagar and a CT scan technician in the hospital. The police said that the woman had visited the hospital to get a CT scan done on Sunday.The victim stated that she had visited the hospital alone and the technician had touched her inappropriately. After the incident, she approached the Hill Line police station and filed a complaint against the accused.The police arrested the accused and have remanded him in police custody till December 27. Rajendra Mayane, Senior Police Inspector of Hill Line police station said that during the investigation they found out that there was no other staffer in the CT scan department other than the technician."We arrested him after the victim booked a case against him. We have produced him before court which remanded him to police custody till December 27". (For all the latest News, Mumbai, Entertainment, Cricket, Business and Featured News updates, visit Free Press Journal. Also, follow us on Twitter and Instagram and do like our Facebook page for continuous updates on the go)MUmbaiulhasnagarRecent Stories'Stern message to UP police': Modi trolled for comment on CAA protesters' violenceNCP Ghar Wapsi: Former Deputy CM Vijaysinh Mohite Patil says, 'he is in NCP', stuns party leaders'Ranga Billa, Kung Fu Kutta': Arundhati asks Indians to give 'fake names' to NPRTrue LGBT Ally: Yogi govt opens India's first transgender university Racist much? Karnataka HM says detention centre for 'drug-peddling Africans' trending About UsCareersDisclaimerPrivacy PolicyContact UsAdvertise With UsRSSFree Press Journal | Powered by Quintype Follow us on Close Free Press Journal www.freepressjournal.in INSTALL APP
2019-12-24CR to implement 3-pronged approach to curb trespassing - The Hindu
CR to implement 3-pronged approach to curb trespassing Share On Cities Bengaluru Chennai Coimbatore Delhi Hyderabad Kochi Kolkata Mumbai Kozhikode Madurai Mangaluru Puducherry Thiruvananthapuram Tiruchirapalli Vijayawada Visakhapatnam Bengaluru Chennai Coimbatore Delhi Hyderabad Kochi Kolkata Mumbai Kozhikode Madurai Mangaluru Puducherry Thiruvananthapuram Tiruchirapalli Vijayawada Visakhapatnam Data | Minorities within majority face persecution in Indian subcontinent News Cities Mumbai Mumbai CR to implement 3-pronged approach to curb trespassing Ajeet Mahale Mumbai , December 25, 2019 01:02 IST Updated: December 25, 2019 01:02 IST Share Article PRINT A A A Trespassing is the leading cause of track deaths in Mumbai. Between January and November 2019, it accounted for 859 deaths on Central Railway.   | Photo Credit: Emmanual Yogini Ajeet Mahale Mumbai , December 25, 2019 01:02 IST Updated: December 25, 2019 01:02 IST more-in Railway to put up large signboards, painted sleepers at regular intervals, make motormen blare horn in 50 locations The Central Railway (CR) is planning to implement the three-pronged approach advocated by Biju Dominic, which adopts behavioural economics and cognitive neurology to reduce deaths due to trespassing, in 50 locations on the Central Railway.The approach involves putting up large signboards depicting a picture of a person just before the train hits them as a way to inject fear, painting sleepers yellow at regular intervals and having motormen blare the train horn in a fast repetitive sequence.Mr. Dominic, who heads company called Final Mile Consulting, had implemented his approach at six locations between Thane and Kalwa between March and August 2019. According to CR officials, the region saw a dip of at least 26% in trespass cases, as opposed to the average 10% drop seen in other parts of the suburban network on the CR. “While there is no way to ascertain if the drop is solely due to his interventions or the combination of several interventions, the fact is that trespassing fatalities have reduced and so we plan to take the initiative ahead,” a senior CR official said. Mr. Dominic said 50 locations contributed to nearly 60% of the trespassing fatalities and included crucial areas such as Ulhasnagar and Mankhurd. He will be conducting a study of all 50 spots and will draw up solutions within two months. “The initial study is crucial as we need to ascertain passenger movement and the motivations behind trespassing. I think we should be in a position to implement the interventions by March 2020,” he said. Mr. Dominic will execute his approach at no cost to the railways. He said the company will review the interventions in six months to see its efficacy. Senior CR officials said they were also planning to have a Memorandum of Understanding with Mr. Dominic’s company.Trespassing is the leading cause of deaths in the Mumbai suburban system. Between January and November 2019, it accounted for 859 deaths on the CR. You have reached your limit for free articles this month. Register to The Hindu for free and get unlimited access for 30 days. Subscribe Now Already have an account ? Sign in Sign up for a 30-day free trial. Sign Up Subscription Benefits Include Today's Paper Find mobile-friendly version of articles from the day's newspaper in one easy-to-read list. Unlimited Access Enjoy reading as many articles as you wish without any limitations. Personalised recommendations A select list of articles that match your interests and tastes. Faster pages Move smoothly between articles as our pages load instantly. Dashboard A one-stop-shop for seeing the latest updates, and managing your preferences. Briefing We brief you on the latest and most important developments, three times a day. Not convinced? Know why you should pay for news. Know Why *Our Digital Subscription plans do not currently include the e-paper ,crossword, iPhone, iPad mobile applications and print. Our plans enhance your reading experience. Why you should pay for quality journalism - Click to know more SUBSCRIBE TO OUR DAILY NEWSLETTER Submit Please enter a valid email address. Comments Comments Related Topics Mumbai railway Related Articles Recommended for you Close X Previous Story Ugandan national alleges rape by two in Pune Next Story Wadala attack: Aaditya Thackeray appeals for calm Comments will be moderated by The Hindu editorial team. Comments that are abusive, personal, incendiary or irrelevant cannot be published. Please write complete sentences. Do not type comments in all capital letters, or in all lower case letters, or using abbreviated text. (example: u cannot substitute for you, d is not 'the', n is not 'and'). We may remove hyperlinks within comments. Please use a genuine email ID and provide your name, to avoid rejection. Printable version | Dec 25, 2019 10:03:34 AM | https://www.thehindu.com/news/cities/mumbai/cr-to-implement-3-pronged-approach-to-curb-trespassing/article30392040.ece © THG PUBLISHING PVT LTD. Next Story News analysis | Uddhav balancing act between coalition and ideology The tripartite government in Maharashtra of Sena, Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) and Congress is full of contradictions, especially when it comes to the ideology. Alok Deshpande ‘Drugs or men?’ Mumbai woman’s Uber Auto nightmare She had booked the autorickshaw from a popular pub in Bandra to her residence Gautam S. Mengle Top Picks in The Hindu today Don't let Church failings distance you from God, Pope says on Christmas Eve Railway Board revamp will see cut in strength Hemant Soren to take over as Jharkhand CM on December 29 Cabinet clears NPR update, Census; no need for biometrics Chennai Margazhi young artistes of the day: Tejashree and Tanujashree Will the NPR be the start of the NRC? | The Hindu Analysis Podcast Ghatak kin pan BJP youth wing’s use of clips in pro-Citizenship Act video Citizenship Act: Why not include Muslims, asks BJP leader and Netaji’s grand-nephew Chandra Kumar Bose News analysis | Uddhav’s balancing act between coalition and ideology Self-service petrol pumps to come up soon in Andhra Pradesh TRENDING TODAY The Hindu Explains Fact Check Citizenship Amendment Act Cricket 197K | German student who took part in anti-CAA protests told to leave India 24K | Sasikala gave ₹237 crore in demonetised notes as loan to govt. contractor: I-T dept. 27K | Hell, not detention centre: Assam ‘foreigner’ after PM remark 39K | Jharkhand Assembly election results live | Jharkhand votes for JMM-Congress alliance 11K | Mixed signals on NRC 16K | Undoing harms: about criticism on Citizenship Amendment Act 26K | Over 70 years later, Mumbai witnesses yet another historic uprising 96K | How Sasikala bought properties with demonetised currency notes worth over ₹1,600 crore 13K | Chiranjeevi favours three capitals concept Close X Next Story » Wadala attack: Aaditya Thackeray appeals for calm You have read 1 out of 10 free articles for the month. For Full access Subscribe Now X You have read 1 out of 10 free articles for the month. Subscribe Now x Subscribe to The Hindu now and get unlimited access. Subscribe now Already have an account? Sign In Sign up for a 30-day free trial. Sign Up JUST IN 23mins Mario Mandzukic leaves Juventus for Qatar's Al-Duhail 47mins Those opposing CAA, NRC can be ‘wiped out’ in an hour: BJP MLA 53mins All you need to know about tomorrow's solar eclipse 58mins Morning Digest: No link between NRC and NPR, says Amit Shah; Pakistan rejects U.S. report on religious freedom, and more 1hr Student tears apart copy of CAA while receiving degree at Jadavpur University 2hrs Brazil President Jair Bolsonaro says 'fine' now but lost memory after fall 2hrs Building treasurer arrested for death of 3 septic tank cleaners 2hrs Don't let Church failings distance you from God, Pope says on Christmas Eve 3hrs Fire in Chilean city of Valparaţso destroys about 50 homes 4hrs Several injured in attack on CPI(M) rally in south Tripura 4hrs Three Indians dead in Sri Lanka road accident 4hrs Militant attack kills 35 civilians in north Burkina Faso: President 5hrs Uber co-founder Kalanick to leave company’s board 6hrs Pakistan rejects U.S. report on religious freedom Police response sought on bail pleas of six accused in Daryaganj violence CLOSE CLOSE THIS MENU TRENDING TODAY Chennai Hyderabad Bengaluru Videos Entertainment Subscription Latest News Today's Paper ePaper Crossword News National International States Andhra Pradesh Karnataka Kerala Tamil Nadu Telangana Other States Business Agri-Business Industry Economy Markets Budget Real Estate Cities Bengaluru Chennai Coimbatore Delhi Hyderabad Kochi Kolkata Mumbai Kozhikode Madurai Mangaluru Puducherry Thiruvananthapuram Tiruchirapalli Vijayawada Visakhapatnam Elections Jharkhand 2019 Results Opinion Editorial Lead Comment Columns Interview Cartoon Open Page Readers' Editor Letters Sport Athletics Cricket Football Hockey Motorsport Other Sports Races Tennis Entertainment Art Dance Movies Music Reviews Theatre Society Faith History & Culture Books Reviews Authors Children Life & Style Fashion Fitness Food Motoring Travel Homes and gardens Luxury Technology Gadgets Internet Sci-Tech Science Technology Health Agriculture Environment Education Careers Colleges Schools Multimedia Photos Videos Podcast Data Specials Resources Tags thREAD Theatre - Fest November Fest Lit for Life Archive Classifieds eBooks Subscribe Social About Us CONNECT WITH US CLOSE THIS MENU ePaper TRENDING TODAY Citizenship Amendment Act Tamil Nadu Assam Tamil Nadu macro economics Jharkhand Maharashtra Jharkhand Jharkhand Citizenship Amendment Act TRENDING THIS WEEK Citizenship Amendment Act Tamil Nadu Jharkhand Assam Tamil Nadu Citizenship Amendment Act Andhra Pradesh Fact Check Citizenship Amendment Act Jharkhand macro economics LATEST NEWS Kerala astronomy Kerala Karnataka Brazil TRENDING TOPIC Jharkhand macro economics Citizenship Amendment Act Tamil Nadu Citizenship Amendment Act Maharashtra Jharkhand Jharkhand Assam Tamil Nadu Trending on our group sites Businessline health Jharkhand Sportstar Chennai Super Kings Home News Opinion Business Sport Elections Crossword Entertainment Life & Style thREAD THE SITE About Us Terms of Use Privacy Policy Contacts Archive Print Subscription ePaper Digital Subscription Rss Feeds Sitemap GROUP SITES The Hindu இந்து தமிழ் திசை Business Line BL on Campus Sportstar Frontline The Hindu Centre RoofandFloor STEP Young World Club Publications eBooks Images Classifieds Contact us Copyright© 2019, THG PUBLISHING PVT LTD. Why you should pay for News Why you should pay for News To continue enjoying The Hindu, You can turn off your ad blocker or Subscribe to The Hindu. Know Why Sign In Sign up for a 30 day free trial.
2019-12-22Maharashtra: Two ‘minors’ kill wedding guest, nabbed within three hours - Times of India
Maharashtra: Two ‘minors’ kill wedding guest, nabbed within three hoursMaharashtra: Two ‘minors’ kill wedding guest, nabbed within three hoursPradeep Gupta | TNN | Updated: Dec 22, 2019, 5:37 ISTRepresentative imageULHASNAGAR: Two youths, claiming to be minors, have been detained for allegedly killing a 25-year-old man at a marriage at Monica hall in Ulhasnagar on Thursday afternoon. The two suddenly had a dispute with the deceased and manhandled him in front of guests. Ulhasnagar police nabbed the duo within three hours. Police said both school drop-outs claimed they were 17-years-old, but they were verifying their claims. They found that one of them has criminal cases registered against him but he was released by a juvenile court. Ravi Manjule, from Nandivali in Dombivli, had hosted his wedding at the hall, where his relative, Ravi Shinde (25), had come. At the reception, one of accused allegedly abused Shinde's mother. Shinde objected to it, and it led to a dispute between them. Some guests intervened when Shinde fell unconscious, and the duo fled. The guests took Shinde to Central hospital in Ulhasnagar, where doctors declared him brought dead. Police formed teams and nabbed the accused from Dombivli. Thane police DCP (zone IV) Pramod Shewale said, "A primary probe has revealed that the duo had a dispute over some petty issue and manhandled Shinde, which led to his death." Ulhasnagar police station senior inspector S G Javle said that they were verifying the duo's age documents and then action would be taken. Download The Times of India News App for Latest City News.more from times of india citiesDelhi news todayMumbai RainsBangalore RainsDelhi EarthquakeChennai RainsOdisha Elections 2019Delhi PollutionMumbai FloodsAP Elections 2019Trending TopicsUP NewsCAB and NRCIPL 2020 Players ListProtests in IndiaDelhi NewsMaharashtra Loan WaiverCAA protests liveJharkhand exit pollPervez Musharaff NewsNRC BillLATEST VIDEOSCityDaryaganj violence: Court sends Bhim Army chief Chandrashekhar Azad to 14 days' judicial custody Snowfall brings smile on faces of horsemen in Himachal Pradesh’s Kufri CAA Protest: Shia Cleric Maulana Jawad appeals Muslims to show restraint ‘Bihar Bandh’: RJD workers vandalize auto-rickshaws in Bihar’s Bhagalpur More from TOIHow to make traditional-style Thupka at home!Gur Adrak Halwa RecipeChristmas cupcakes: Cute cupcake moulds that you would love to buyJoyous Christmas decorations to dress up your homeNavbharat TimesFeatured Today in TravelQuick LinksMamata BanerjeePriyanka GandhiChandrababu NaiduUrmila MatondkarMadras High CourtTejashwi YadavArvind KejriwalTejasvi SuryaPawan KalyanArvind KejriwalYogi AdityanathSrinagar encounterGet the appTrending Now in CitiesVaranasi newsShimla newsSrinagar newsPatna newsMeerut newsMadurai newsLucknow newsKanpur newsJammu newsJaipur newsGhaziabad newsFaridabad newsOther Times Group news sitesThe Economic TimesMumbai MirrorIGN IndiaHindi Economic TimesTimes NowI am GujaratPune MirrorTamil SamayamBangalore MirrorMaharashtra TimesTelugu SamayamAhmedabad MirrorGo GreenMiss KyraItsMyAscentNavbharat TimesEducation TimesFILMIPOP HindiBrand CapitalEisamayIndiatimesGujarati Economic TimesVijaya KarnatakaMalayalam SamayamTimes FoodGames AppMX PlayerTimesPointsLiving and entertainmentiDivaMensXP.comFeminaETimesGraziaZoomTravel DestinationsBombay TimesCricbuzz.comFilmfareOnline SongsTVLife & Style Longwalks AppNewspaper SubscriptionFood NewsTimes PrimeWhats Hottop trendsUP NewsCAB and NRCIPL 2020 Players ListProtests in IndiaDelhi NewsMaharashtra Loan WaiverCAA protests liveJharkhand exit pollPervez Musharaff NewsNRC BillUPTET NewsNRC DocumentsAnna UniversityWhat is NRCRR Squad 2020MI Team 2020 playersNewsHoroscope todayservicesAds 2 BookBank Exam AppET Money Finance AppCouponDuniaDineoutMagicbricksTechgigTimes JobsBollywood NewsTimes MobileBuy CarRemit 2 IndiaTC NextBikes in IndiaUsed CarsAstro SpeakGadgets NowCareersColombiaPopular CategoriesHeadlinesSports NewsBusiness NewsIndia NewsWorld NewsBollywood NewsHealth & Fitness TipsIndian TV ShowsCelebrity Photoshot on the webSunny LeoneKarishma TannaNeha Shree VideoTara SutariaMonalisa Sexy VideoKichcha SudeepDeepika PadukoneAaradhya BachchanDisha PataniTrending topicsDabangg 3 BO EstimatesAishwarya Rai BachchanDabangg 3 BEATSDabangg 3 Box OfficeBollywood's ReactionHrithik RoshanAishwarya and AbhishekAsh-AbhishekBigg Boss 13Weight LossKiara AdvaniAnanya Takes a DipChrome 79 UpdateMi Fan SaleAorPods Pro Out of StockGoogle AssistantOneplus OfferAmazon App QuizFollow us onfacebooktwitterrss feedyoutubedownload toi appandroidiphoneBlackBerryipadwindows phoneText resize:aaaAbout us Create Your Own Ad Terms of Use and Grievance Redressal Policy Privacy policy Advertise with us RSS Newsletter Feedback ePaper Sitemap Archives Copyright © 2019 Bennett, Coleman & Co. Ltd. All rights reserved. For reprint rights: Times Syndication Service
2019-12-21Celebrate New Year but don’t flout traffic rules: Thane police - Hindustan Times
2019-12-21Ulhasnagar: Two ‘minors’ kill wedding guest, nabbed within 3 hours - Times of India
Ulhasnagar: Two ‘minors’ kill wedding guest, nabbed within 3 hoursUlhasnagar: Two ‘minors’ kill wedding guest, nabbed within 3 hoursPradeep Gupta | TNN | Dec 21, 2019, 5:43 ISTRepresentative imageULHASNAGAR: Two youths, claiming to be minors, have been detained for allegedly killing a 25-year-old man at a wedding function at Monica hall in Ulhasnagar on Thursday afternoon. The duo had a dispute with a guest, Ravi Shinde (25), and manhandled him, causing his death, said cops. Ulhasnagar police nabbed the duo within three hours of the crime. Police said the accused, who are school dropouts, claimed they were 17 years old. One of the accused has criminal cases registered against him and was recently released by a juvenile court. Police said Shinde and his family were attending the wedding function of a relative Ravi Manjule, who lives in Dombivli. When he heard one of the accused abuse his mother, Shinde confronted them. An argument broke out and in the ensuing fight, the duo manhandled Shinde, knocking him unconscious as he fell to the ground. The guests took Shinde to Central Hospital in Ulhasnagar, where doctors declared him brought dead. Police formed teams and nabbed the accused from Dombivli three hours later. Thane police DCP (zone IV) Pramod Shewale said, “A primary probe has revealed that the duo had a dispute over some petty issue and manhandled Shinde, which led to his death.” Ulhasnagar police station senior inspector S G Javle said that they will decide on the action against the two accused after verifying their age. Download The Times of India News App for Latest City News.more from times of india citiesDelhi news todayMumbai RainsBangalore RainsDelhi EarthquakeChennai RainsOdisha Elections 2019Delhi PollutionMumbai FloodsAP Elections 2019Trending TopicsNPR IndiaCAB and NRCIPL 2020 Players ListProtests in IndiaDelhi NewsNarendra ModiCAA protestJharkhand exit pollPervez Musharaff NewsProtests in DelhiLATEST VIDEOSCityAnti-CAA protest: Police vehicle attacked by protesters in Gujarat's Banaskantha Anti-CAA protests: Cop falls, brutally beaten up by protesters in Gujarat UP: Over a dozen cows run over by Sealdah-New Delhi Rajdhani express in Agra; 13 express trains delayed Anti-CAA protests: Vehicles torched, police station vandalised in UP's Lucknow More from TOIHow to make traditional-style Thupka at home!Gur Adrak Halwa RecipeChristmas cupcakes: Cute cupcake moulds that you would love to buyJoyous Christmas decorations to dress up your homeNavbharat TimesFeatured Today in TravelQuick LinksMamata BanerjeePriyanka GandhiChandrababu NaiduUrmila MatondkarMadras High CourtTejashwi YadavArvind KejriwalTejasvi SuryaPawan KalyanArvind KejriwalYogi AdityanathSrinagar encounterGet the appTrending Now in CitiesVaranasi newsShimla newsSrinagar newsPatna newsMeerut newsMadurai newsLucknow newsKanpur newsJammu newsJaipur newsGhaziabad newsFaridabad newsOther Times Group news sitesThe Economic TimesMumbai MirrorIGN IndiaHindi Economic TimesTimes NowI am GujaratPune MirrorTamil SamayamBangalore MirrorMaharashtra TimesTelugu SamayamAhmedabad MirrorGo GreenMiss KyraItsMyAscentNavbharat TimesEducation TimesFILMIPOP HindiBrand CapitalEisamayIndiatimesGujarati Economic TimesVijaya KarnatakaMalayalam SamayamTimes FoodGames AppMX PlayerTimesPointsLiving and entertainmentiDivaMensXP.comFeminaETimesGraziaZoomTravel DestinationsBombay TimesCricbuzz.comFilmfareOnline SongsTVLife & Style Longwalks AppNewspaper SubscriptionFood NewsTimes PrimeWhats Hottop trendsNPR IndiaCAB and NRCIPL 2020 Players ListProtests in IndiaDelhi NewsNarendra ModiCAA protestJharkhand exit pollPervez Musharaff NewsProtests in DelhiUPTET NewsNRC DocumentsAnna UniversityWhat is NRCRR Squad 2020MI Team 2020 playersNewsHoroscope todayservicesAds 2 BookBank Exam AppET Money Finance AppCouponDuniaDineoutMagicbricksTechgigTimes JobsBollywood NewsTimes MobileBuy CarRemit 2 IndiaTC NextBikes in IndiaUsed CarsAstro SpeakGadgets NowCareersColombiaPopular CategoriesHeadlinesSports NewsBusiness NewsIndia NewsWorld NewsBollywood NewsHealth & Fitness TipsIndian TV ShowsCelebrity Photoshot on the webBhojpuri Video SongPriyanka Video SongNeha Shree VideoKhesari Bhojpuri GanaMonalisa Sexy VideoThambi ReviewHero ReviewPrati Roju Pandage ReviewRuler ReviewTrending topicsDabangg 3 ReviewJanhvi KapoorShanaya KapoorDabangg 3 Box OfficeRuler Movie ReviewHrithik RoshanAishwarya RaiAnanya PandayBigg Boss 13Dabangg 3 LeakedDabangg 3 Twitter ReviewPrati Roju PandageChrome 79 UpdateMi Fan SaleAorPods Pro Out of StockGoogle AssistantOneplus OfferAmazon App QuizFollow us onfacebooktwitterrss feedyoutubedownload toi appandroidiphoneBlackBerryipadwindows phoneText resize:aaaAbout us Create Your Own Ad Terms of Use and Grievance Redressal Policy Privacy policy Advertise with us RSS Newsletter Feedback ePaper Sitemap Archives Copyright © 2019 Bennett, Coleman & Co. Ltd. All rights reserved. For reprint rights: Times Syndication Service
2019-12-20Red Wedding: Man kills cousin in Ulhasnagar, Mumbai - Yahoo India News
Red Wedding: Man kills cousin in Ulhasnagar, MumbaiFree Press Journal20 December 2019ReblogShareTweetShareShareA 29-year-old man was killed by his cousin over petty disputes during a marriage ceremony in Ulhasnagar on Thursday night.The deceased has been identified as Ravi Suresh Shinde 29, who was a salesman by profession and resident of Dombivli.Police have detained two minors in the case. Both of them had beaten up Shinde. The Ulhasnagar police registered a murder case against them.Police said the incident took place at Monica marriage hall in Ulhasnagar on Thursday night.Also Read: Mumbai: 33-year-old woman died after being run over by speeding cab Police sources said that the deceased had come to attend to marriage ceremony one of the relative Ravi Manjule.The minor accused got into an heated argument with deceased Shinde over petty disputes. In fit of rage, one of them beat up Shinde and was later joined by his friend. Shinde fell down unconscious during the fight.The other relatives took him to Central hospital where he was declared dead on arrival. The two acussed fled Shinde fell. Later, within six hours of murder, the duo was arrested.ReblogShareTweetShareShareWhat to read nextProtests swell, allies push back: Government signals a climb down on all-India NRCThe Indian ExpressDo vested interests want to renew call for Greater Bangladesh by opposing NRC, CABOneindiaFog delays over 750 flights and 100 trains in DelhiIndia Newzstreet MediaCitizenship Act Protests Live Updates: UP death toll climbs to 11, around 25 vehicles set ablazeThe Indian ExpressMumbai: Solidarity at August Kranti MaidanThe Indian ExpressAir quality severe as dense fog blankets Delhi, likely to rain todayIndia Newzstreet Media‘Does Tiger Shroff like it?’: Disha Patani's sexy bikini picture is making fans go weak in the kneesFree Press JournalMusharraf's body to be hanged in Islamabad's D-chowk for 3 days if he passes away before executionOneindiaFrom Anupam Kher to Aditi Rao Hydari - Bollywood stands with studentsFree Press JournalLudhiana: SGPC ex-president Avtar Singh Makkar dies after illnessThe Indian ExpressCar torched outside Daryaganj Police Station during protest over CAAIndia Newzstreet MediaJethaa Lal lands in soup while showing off to Babeetta on 'Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah'Free Press JournalGambhir Lashes Out at KKR Selection, Says No Backups in SquadThe Quint'Bigg Boss 13' contestants mention Salman Khan's ex Aishwarya Rai Bachchan againFree Press Journal25 year-old youth immolates himself at India GateOneindiaCAC to be formed in next couple of days to appoint selectors: Sourav Ganguly | Sports ShotsIndia Newzstreet Media
2019-12-20Red Wedding: Minor kills cousin in Ulhasnagar, Mumbai - Free Press Journal
Red Wedding: Minor kills cousin in Ulhasnagar, MumbaiBy FPJ Web DeskRepresentational ImageA 29-year-old man was killed by his cousin over a petty dispute during a marriage ceremony in Ulhasnagar on Thursday night.The deceased has been identified as Ravi Suresh Shinde 29, who was a salesman by profession and resident of Dombivli. Police have detained two minors in the case. The Ulhasnagar police registered a murder case against them. Police said the incident took place at Monica marriage hall in Ulhasnagar on Thursday night.Also ReadMumbai: 33-year-old woman died after being run over by speeding cab Police sources said that the deceased had come to attend a marriage ceremony of one of his relative Ravi Manjule. One of the minor accused got into a heated argument with deceased Shinde over some petty dispute. In fit of rage, one of them beat up Shinde and was later joined by his friend. Shinde fell down unconscious during the fight. The other relatives took him to Central hospital where he was declared dead on arrival. The two acussed fled after Shinde fell down. Later, within six hours of murder, the two were arrested. (With Inputs from Narendra Gupta) (For all the latest News, Mumbai, Entertainment, Cricket, Business and Featured News updates, visit Free Press Journal. Also, follow us on Twitter and Instagram and do like our Facebook page for continuous updates on the go)MUmbaimurderulhasnagarRecent StoriesAssam CM Sarbananda Sonowal promises to prepare draft and 'clear the air' around citizenshipCAA protests: 6 dead, vehicles torched as violence engulfs UPCAA protest: 5 dead in Uttar Pradesh, police use water cannons on protesters in DelhiJharkhand Elections: 71% voting in final phase; Exit Polls predict hung assemblyAjit Pawar gets clean chit in Vidarbha irrigation scam; all set for cabinet berth trending About UsCareersDisclaimerPrivacy PolicyContact UsAdvertise With UsRSSFree Press Journal | Powered by Quintype Follow us on Close Free Press Journal www.freepressjournal.in INSTALL APP
2019-12-20Mumbai: Young man strangled in wedding ceremony - News Track English
Mumbai: Young man strangled in wedding ceremony By Harshita Jain Dec 20 2019 02:19 PM News Mumbai: The wedding ceremony was going on with great pomp in a marriage hall in Ulhasnagar, adjoining Mumbai, Mayanagar, that suddenly a fight started between some boys and on seeing this, the atmosphere of laughter turned into sorrow. The event is on Thursday afternoon. Ravi Manjule, a resident of Dombivli, was married in the Monica Marriage Hall of Camp No.2. Apart from Ravi Suresh Shinde, resident of Manpada campus of Dombivli, Prem alias Sonya Eknath Shinde, a resident of Badlapur, was also involved in this marriage ceremony along with another friend. As the wedding ceremony was going on, Sonya Shinde uttered abuses for Ravi's mother. There was an argument between Ravi Shinde and Sonya Shinde on this matter. Angry about this, Sonya Shinde, along with her friend Rahul Rajbhar, started beating Ravi with a kick and then stabbed him and dropped him on the ground. The guests at the wedding felt that Ravi had fainted. He was immediately rushed to the intermediate hospital. Where doctors called Ravi Shinde dead. On receiving the information about the murder incident, senior police inspector of Ulhasnagar police station, Sushil Javale, Crime Pi Gore, API Tadakhe, API Chaudhary and other officials reached the spot. Police registered Tahrir at the behest of the deceased Ravi Shinde's elder brother Vijay Shinde and senior police inspector Sushil Javale formed three teams to nab the accused. Through the mobile location, the police arrested the main accused Sonya Shinde from Manpada area of Dombivli in two hours. According to the police, the deceased youth Ravi Shinde and Sonya Shinde are cousins among themselves. Also Read: Mother used to leave her daughter in father-in-law's room, she used to say -"Don't refuse him..." Husband pushed wife in canal in the pretext of taking a selfie Criminal ran away by dodging police, brought to court for hearing Bihar: Gold businessman shot dead, investigation underwayBoss and his wife arrested in case of abetment of suicide   Mumbai: The wedding ceremony was going on with great pomp in a marriage hall in Ulhasnagar, adjoining Mumbai, Mayanagar, that suddenly a fight started between some boys and on seeing this, the atmosphere of laughter turned into sorrow. The event is on Thursday afternoon. Ravi Manjule, a resident of Dombivli, was married in the Monica Marriage Hall of Camp No.2. Apart from Ravi Suresh Shinde, resident of Manpada campus of Dombivli, Prem alias Sonya Eknath Shinde, a resident of Badlapur, was also involved in this marriage ceremony along with another friend. As the wedding ceremony was going on, Sonya Shinde uttered abuses for Ravi's mother. There was an argument between Ravi Shinde and Sonya Shinde on this matter. Angry about this, Sonya Shinde, along with her friend Rahul Rajbhar, started beating Ravi with a kick and then stabbed him and dropped him on the ground. The guests at the wedding felt that Ravi had fainted. He was immediately rushed to the intermediate hospital. Where doctors called Ravi Shinde dead. On receiving the information about the murder incident, senior police inspector of Ulhasnagar police station, Sushil Javale, Crime Pi Gore, API Tadakhe, API Chaudhary and other officials reached the spot. Police registered Tahrir at the behest of the deceased Ravi Shinde's elder brother Vijay Shinde and senior police inspector Sushil Javale formed three teams to nab the accused. Through the mobile location, the police arrested the main accused Sonya Shinde from Manpada area of Dombivli in two hours. According to the police, the deceased youth Ravi Shinde and Sonya Shinde are cousins among themselves. Also Read:   Tags : mumbai crime newsmurder of man in mumbaimurder of man in ulhasnagar Releated News News Due to the increasing violence, now the country needs a lot of jails News NRC Chief Minister Nitish Kumar announced not to implement in Bihar News Bihar: Teacher dies in road accident, angry villagers fiercely create ruckus News Patient dies during treatment in hospital, family created uproar News CAA: Protesters set fire on vehicles in Firozabad News Jaipur bomb blast: Court sentenced all four convicts to death, 71 people were killed sponsored advert Recommended Bollywood Follow these steps to get long nails soon, know here Recruitment for the posts of Professor and Co-Professor, here's how to apply IIT Bombay: Recruitment for technical officer posts, salary Rs 57000 NIT Calicut: Recruitment for the post of technical assistant jobs, this is the age limit Follow these career tips to stay positive in the office Recruitment for executive and assistant positions, this is the last date The actor agreed to work in Sanjay Leela Bhansali's film Kartik Aaryan Reveals He Has Never Been On A Dating App, Know Reason Here This actress has fought a lot in her 20-year marriage, revealed Sapna Chaudhary's fearless dance looted heart, watch video here Men should have one of the labour pain and period pain: Akshay Kumar Mardaani 2 box office collection Day 7: Mardaani 2 completed one week, earned this much sponsored advert Popular Stories Mumbai: Young man strangled in wedding ceremony ‘Indian economy strong, $5 trillion target achievable’: PM Modi Notification regarding the citizenship law has not been issued yet, this problem has come before the government! Jamia violence: Lawyers raise slogan of Shame shame in front of Chief Justice, now there will be action sponsored advert News Track News Track is a leading provider of news, information and entertainment across broadcast television, mobile platforms, digital media and Print media serving consumers and advertisers in strong local markets, primarily in the Madhya Pradesh & Chhattisgarh states. The company's operations include India's First ON WHEEL NEWS CHANNEL, News Paper, Event Management, and Marketing and their associated digital and mobile media services. Trending Topics narendramodi Subscribe to Newsletter Home About Us Career Advertise with us Site map Privacy Policy Contact us © 2019 News Track Live - ALL RIGHTS RESERVED × Login M-Reporter Account! Mobile No. Password Forgot Password? Login New User ? Register Here × Register M-Reporter Account! Full Name Mobile No. Password. Captcha Can't read the image? click here to refresh. I accept the Terms & Conditions Register Alrady have a Accouct? Login × OTP Enter OTP Submit Don't have a account? Register × Forgot password Enter Your Mobile No Submit Alrady have a Accouct? Login
2019-12-19Ulhasnagar gets plot for dump yard - Hindustan Times
2019-12-19Waldhuni clean-up stops flooding of homes - Hindustan Times
2019-12-19Two guests detained for strangulating youth at marriage function in Thane - United News of India
Two guests detained for strangulating youth at marriage function in ThaneThane, Dec 19 (UNI) Two men from Dombivili town were detained by the police on the charge of allegedly strangulating to death a 29-year-old man at a marriage function in Ulhasnagar township of the district on Thursday. While a marriage function was underway at a hall this afternoon in Ulhasnagar, there was a heated argument between the deceased, Ravi Shinde, resident of Dombivili, and the two accused men, who were among the guests, over an issue. Please log in to get detailed story. More NewsSharad Pawar arrives in Aurangabad for tomorrow’s programme19 Dec 2019 | 11:19 PMAurangabad, Maharashtra, Dec 19 (UNI) NCP supremo and former Union minister, Sharad Pawar, arrived here from Nagpur on Thursday for a felicitation function to be held on Friday.see more..MSEDCL engineer trapped in ACB net in Thane19 Dec 2019 | 11:19 PMThane, Dec 19 (UNI) An engineer with the Maharashtra State Electricity Distribution Company Limited’s office here has been arrested by the Thane unit of Anti-Corruption Bureau while allegedly accepting Rs 8,000 as second installment of the bribe from a power consumer.see more..After protests, Thane NGO to take out ‘morcha’ in support of CAA19 Dec 2019 | 11:16 PMThane, Dec 19 (UNI) After a series of Anti-CAA and NRC protests and morchas rocked the city, a city-based social organisation will take out a morcha here on Saturday in support of the Citizenship Amendment Act.see more..Two guests detained for strangulating youth at marriage function in Thane19 Dec 2019 | 11:00 PMThane, Dec 19 (UNI) Two men from Dombivili town were detained by the police on the charge of allegedly strangulating to death a 29-year-old man at a marriage function in Ulhasnagar township of the district on Thursday.see more..Celebs, commoners join anti-CAA-NRC protest in Mumbai19 Dec 2019 | 10:33 PMMumbai, Dec 19 (UNI) Thousands of people, including celebs and commoners like students and youth, took to the streets to vehemently register their opposition against the Citizenship Amendment Act and National Citizens Register, here on Thursday.see more.. UNI PhotoJERUSALEM, Dec. 20, 2019 (Xinhua) -- The "Jerusalem Santa", a Palestinian dressed up as Santa Claus, gestures as he rides a camel in the Jerusalem's Old City on Dec. 19, 2019, as people around the world prepare to celebrate the festival. Xinhua/ UNI PHOTO-6FSANYA, Dec. 19, 2019 (Xinhua) -- Gold medalist Kelly Fisher (L) of Britain and silver medalist Jasmin Ouschan of Austria pose for photos during the awarding ceremony after their final match at 2019 Women's World 9-Ball Championship in Sanya, south China's Hainan Province, Dec. 19, 2019. Xinhua/UNI PHOTO-5FKAMPALA, Dec. 20, 2019 (Xinhua) -- Members of Team Uganda attend the awarding ceremony after the final match between Uganda and Eritrea at the Council for East and Central African Football Associations (CECAFA) Senior Challenge Cup in Kampala, Uganda, Dec. 19, 2019. Xinhua/UNI PHOTO-4FBETHLEHEM, Dec. 20, 2019 (Xinhua) -- Wood figures for Nativity scenes are seen at a workshop in the West Bank city of Bethlehem, Dec. 19, 2019. Xinhua/ UNI PHOTO-3FKUNMING, Dec. 20, 2019 (Xinhua) -- Gulls fly over a park in Kunming, southwest China's Yunnan Province, Dec. 19, 2019. Lots of gulls have migrated to Kunming for the warm winter. Xinhua/UNI PHOTO-2FDALLAS, Dec. 20, 2019 (Xinhua) -- Train station models are displayed at a train exhibition in Dallas, Texas, the United States. "The Trains at NorthPark" exhibition in Dallas has become one of the premier holiday traditions. Xinhua/UNI PHOTO-1FAMARAVATI, DEC 19 (UNI) N K Sinch Chairman of 15 th Finance Commission met with Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy at CM Camp Office in Undavalli near Amaravati on Thursday. UNI PHOTO-80UAMARAVATI, DEC 19 (UNI) N K Sinch Chairman of 15 th Finance Commission met with Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy at CM Camp Office in Undavalli near Amaravati on Thursday. UNI PHOTO-79UAMARAVATI, DEC 19 (UNI) N K Sinch Chairman of 15 th Finance Commission and Member held meeting with Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy at Secretariat in Amaravati on Thursday. UNI PHOTO-78ULUCKNOW, DEC 19 (UNI) Anti-social elements throwing stone in Khadara area of old Lucknow on Thursday during anti-CAA protests. UNI PHOTOLKWPC27ULUCKNOW, DEC 19 (UNI) Anti-social elements throwing stone in Khadara area of old Lucknow on Thursday during anti-CAA protests. UNI PHOTOLKWPC26ULUCKNOW, DEC 19 (UNI) Anti-social elements throwing stone in Khadara area of old Lucknow on Thursday during anti-CAA protests. UNI PHOTOLKWPC25ULUCKNOW, DEC 19 (UNI) Anti-social elements throwing stone in Khadara area of old Lucknow on Thursday during anti-CAA protests. UNI PHOTOLKWPC24ULUCKNOW, DEC 19 (UNI) Samajwadi Party workers protesting against NRC and amended Citizenship Act in Lucknow on Thursday. UNI PHOTO-LKWPC23ULUCKNOW, DEC 19 (UNI) Samajwadi Party workers protesting against NRC and amended Citizenship Act in Lucknow on Thursday. UNI PHOTO-LKWPC22UAHMEDABAD, DEC 19 (UNI) People throw stones on a police vehicle during a protest against the Citizenship Amendment Act and the National Register of Citizens in Ahmadabad on Thursday.UNI PHOTO-77UAHMEDABAD, DEC 19 (UNI) People throw stones on a police vehicle during a protest against the Citizenship Amendment Act and the National Register of Citizens in Ahmadabad on Thursday.UNI PHOTO-76UAHMEDABAD, DEC 19 (UNI) People throw stones on a police vehicle during a protest against the Citizenship Amendment Act and the National Register of Citizens in Ahmadabad on Thursday.UNI PHOTO-95UAHMEDABAD, DEC 19 (UNI) Policemen wields a stick against demonstrators during a protest against a new citizenship law, in Ahmedabad on Thursday.UNI PHOTO-74UHYDERABAD, DEC 19 (UNI):-Police detaining during a protest against NRC and CAA in Hyderabad on Thursday.UNI PHOTO-73U Other Links UNIVARTA (News Agency) Indian News Agency UNI-Urdu Service(News Agency) Indian News Agency Newswrap Newswrap1 Friday, Dec 20 2019 | Time 10:39 Hrs(IST) Home News Photo Hindi Urdu PRESS RELEASES Web Hits FeedBack About UNI Contact us SiteMap JOBS Tender Terms of Use Disclaimer Privacy policy Follow us on :-
2019-12-19Decision on loan waiver unlikely before Maharashtra Budget - Hindustan Times
2019-12-19Three men arrested for raping 14-yr-old girl in Ulhasnagar - Mumbai Mirror
Three men arrested for raping 14-yr-old girl in UlhasnagarYou are in an offline modeThree men arrested for raping 14-yr-old girl in UlhasnagarBy Vinay DalviVinay Dalvi, Mumbai Mirror | Updated: Dec 19, 2019, 08:44 ISTPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeShareRapeThe Hill line police in Ulhasnagar arrested a thirty-three-year-old-teacher along with two nineteen-year-old youths for allegedly raping a fourteen-year-old-girl on separate occasions. The police said the girl had planned to flee her home with her 19-year-old boyfriend on December 7, but he did not turn up at the location they had agreed to meet at. The police said that since she had taken some of her family's jewellery and cash before leaving her home, she decided against going back and went to her teacher's house instead. The teacher, however, took her to his apartment's terrace where he allegedly raped her, the police said. Senior police inspector Rajendra Mayne said the teacher took her to the terrace after promising to make arrangements for her to spend the night there. The next day, she left for Kalyan railway station where she boarded a train and befriended 19-year-old Ajit Sargar, who allegedly forced her to have sex with him on the pretext of marrying her, an official said. Sargar took her to Shirdi and Pune. The police said her boyfriend had also allegedly raped her earlier. The three accused, including her boyfriend, were arrested on December 17 and have been sent to police custody for four days. "After the family lodged a kidnapping case, we traced her through her mobile phone to Shirdi and picked her up with this man," said Mayne. "We are now verifying all the claims made by the girl and have already sent all of them for medical tests." The police have registered a case under the Prevention of Children from Sexual Offences Act (POCSO), 2012 and the relevant sections related to rape under the Indian Penal Code. RELATED NEWSMahim murder case: Cops to charge dead musician for rape of adopted d...Dec 17, 2019Unnao rape case: Delhi court convicts former BJP MLA Kuldeep SengarDec 16, 2019'Women are no one's personal property': Smriti Irani slams Rahul Gand...Dec 13, 2019 3 & 4 BHKs at Assetz Soul & Soil located Off Hennur RoadAssetz Soul & SoilFind the one to fill your vacancy at LemonopLemonop #WorkFindsPeopleThe new MacBook Pro. The most powerful notebook ever.MacBook ProWider performance than any other.BoseBose SoundLink Revolve+. True 360° soundBoseJoin India's most luxurious Holiday MembershipRosetta by Ferns Affordable homes at the heart of electronic cityGM InfiniteCatch all the exclusive collection of luxury brands here!GJEPCPace it or spin it on these Australian road tripsTourism AustraliaThis 7-year-old's current treatment will eventually kill himMilaapLuxury 2 & 3 Bed homes with safe & equipped kids' play areaPratham ConstructionsExperience responsible luxury with the Volvo XC90.The Volvo XC90
2019-12-19Two detained for killing man at wedding - Devdiscourse
Two detained for killing man at wedding PTI | Thane | Updated: 19-12-2019 20:22 IST | Created: 19-12-2019 20:22 IST Two persons were detained for allegedly strangling a 29-year-old man following an argument at a wedding in Ulhasnagar town of Maharashtra's Thane district on Thursday, police said. The incident occurred at a wedding where the two suspects had a heated argument with the victim Ravi Shinde, senior inspector S G Jawale of Ulhasnagar police station said. The duo then proceeded to punch the victim and allegedly strangled him, he added. The police have detained the two suspects for questioning but no arrests have been made so far, he said. The Ulhasnagar police have since registered an offence under section 302 (murder) of the Indian Penal Code, the official said.. (This story has not been edited by Devdiscourse staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.) Download The Devdiscourse News App for Latest News. Share READ MORE ON: Ulhasnagar Maharashtra Thane district POST / READ COMMENTS Country India Share Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Youtube TRENDING Video: Earthquake tremors felt in Delhi NCR and Afghanistan After W.Bengal, Kerala too puts on hold NPR work Anand Mahindra to resign from post at Mahindra Group; new appointments announced Strong earthquake strikes India, Pakistan and Afghanistan; no casualties yet OPINION/BLOG/INTERVIEW How Twitter users reacted on Trump’s impeachment: A sentiment analysis by VisionRI The sentiment analysis shows that the process of impeachment has hardly caused any damage to the popularity of the US President Donald Trump. Interestingly, the word impeach is the second highest among top ten words used to express negative... Addressing the growing threat of space debris According to the ESAs statistics, there are over 8,100 metric tonnes of man-made objects in space, ranging from just a few mm in size up to many meters.... New JNU: Teachers' Leaves Cancelled, Exams on WhatsApp and Police Post in Campus At a time when most of the campuses have given up, the students in JNU decided to lead fight against commercialization of education in India. However, in proving its superiority the JNU administration has gone to the extent that its decisio... Sentiment Analysis on CAB: ‘Shame’ and ‘Illegal’ are buzz words on twitter on Citizenship Amendment Bill 2019   Sentiment analysis of Twitter users reveals that a huge majority of people used the word shame and illegal to express their sentiments on the Citizenship Amendment Bill CAB 2019. This indicates failure of the government machinery in taking ... Videos Latest News J-K: Former SICOP chief booked for accumulating huge assets by illegal practices The Anti-Corruption Bureau on Friday booked former chief of Small Scale Industries Development Corporation SICOP R L Tickoo for allegedly accumulating huge assets by indulging in corrupt and illegal practices, officials said. Last month, fo... UPDATE 2-Poland lower house adopts judiciary reform despite EU concerns Polands lower house of parliament approved the latest reform of the judiciary on Friday, despite the European Commission calling it to hold off adopting a law which it says would imperil the rule of law. The European Commission believes the... Steelers cut safety Kelly after arrest The Pittsburgh Steelers waived safety Kameron Kelly after his arrest following an early morning altercation at a local bar on Friday. Kelly was arrested after police were called to Marios South Saloon in Pittsburgh over a complaint that Kel... Congressional bill urges India to 'reverse course in Kashmir' A federal government funding package passed by the US House of Representatives and the Senate has urged the Indian government to reverse its course in Kashmir. India on August 5 abrogated provisions of Article 370 of the Constitution to wit... Give Feedback Name Email Message Submit HOME ABOUT CAREER ADVERTISEMENT TEAM KNOWLEDGE PARTNERSHIP MEDIA PARTNERSHIP CONTACT US Subscribe to our Newsletter   SUBSCRIBE SECTORS Agro-Forestry Art & Culture Technology Economy & Business Education Energy & Extractives Politics Law & Governance Health Science & Environment Social & Gender Sports Transport Urban Development WASH EDITIONS Pacific South Asia East and South East Asia Europe and Central Asia Central Africa East Africa Southern Africa West Africa Middle East and North Africa North America Latin America and Caribbean OTHER LINKS Write for us Submit Press Release Opinion / Blog / Analysis Agency Wire Business News Entertainment News Technology News Headlines PR Newswire Law-order News Lifestyle News Religion News National News International News Other OTHER PRODUCTS VITHI VYOMA VYAPAD IDEA-KM IDEA-M&E Email: info@devdiscourse.com Phone: +91-130-6444012, +91-7027739813, 14, 15 VisionRI | Disclaimer | Terms of use | Privacy Policy © Copyright 2019
2019-12-19Two detained for killing man at wedding - Yahoo India News
Two detained for killing man at weddingPTI19 December 2019ReblogShareTweetShareShareThane, Dec 19 (PTI) Two persons were detained for allegedly strangling a 29-year-old man following an argument at a wedding in Ulhasnagar town of Maharashtra's Thane district on Thursday, police said.The incident occurred at a wedding where the two suspects had a heated argument with the victim Ravi Shinde, senior inspector S G Jawale of Ulhasnagar police station said.The duo then proceeded to punch the victim and allegedly strangled him, he added.The police have detained the two suspects for questioning but no arrests have been made so far, he said.The Ulhasnagar police have since registered an offence under section 302 (murder) of the Indian Penal Code, the official said. PTI COR ARU ARUReblogShareTweetShareShareWhat to read nextQCrime: 4 Convicted in Jaipur Blast Case; Air Hostess Kills SelfThe QuintQCrime: Hyd Suspects Behind More Cases; Murder Accused Gunned DownThe Quint14-year-old girl raped by school teacher, 2 others in ThaneOneindiaThree dead in Mangaluru, Lucknow as Citizenship Act protests rage across IndiaThe Indian ExpressPM Modi asks students to see whether others using their "shoulders to fire"OneindiaArvind Kejriwal expresses concern over CAA protest, says everybody knows people behind itIndia Newzstreet MediaRicha Gangopadhyay Gets Married To Her Long-Time Boyfriend Joe Langella; Pics Go ViralFilmibeatExplained: How Pakistan grants citizenship, what provisions cover its minoritiesThe Indian ExpressFarhan Akhtar joins protest against Citizenship Act in MumbaiIndia Newzstreet MediaIf Found Dead Drag Body, Hang for 3 Days: Court Order on MusharrafThe QuintThe 10 Most Sexist Bollywood Films Of The Decade, RankedHuffPost IndiaCAA Protests: Dia Mirza asks if religion decides she's Indian, Twitter counters with 'don't you have a passport?'Free Press Journal‘How Can He Be Discharged?’: Pleads Kin of Unnao Survivor’s LawyerThe QuintShabana Azmi recites Javed Akhtar's poem in protest of CAAIndia Newzstreet MediaKangana Ranaut explains why Bollywood celebs haven't reacted to CAA protests, calls them 'cowards'FirstpostGovt Clears Doubts and Fears Around CAA and NRCNews18
2019-12-18Yet Another Accident From Railways, 2 Injured At Vithalwadi and Ulhasnagar Station - Mumbai Live
Yet Another Accident From Railways, 2 Injured At Vithalwadi and Ulhasnagar Station After the death of 22-year old Charmi Pasad who fell from a crowded train in Dombivali on Monday, December 16 and succumbed from her injuries, the issue of overcrowded trains has again come to light. Yet again, two unidentified youngsters were severely injured after falling from trains at Vithalwadi and Ulhasnagar stations in the Central Railway (CR). They were rushed to hospitals in Mumbai and Kalyan respectively.
2019-12-17School Teacher, 2 Others Arrested For Allegedly Raping Maharashtra Teen - NDTV News
School Teacher, 2 Others Arrested For Allegedly Raping Maharashtra Teen Updated: December 18, 2019 03:20 IST : Thane: A school teacher and two others were arrested for allegedly raping a 14-year-old girl in Ulhasnagar in Maharashtra's Thane district, police said on Tuesday. A Hill Line police station official identified the arrested persons as Ulhasnagar residents Akshay Jadhav (19), Chandrakant Bhoir (33), and Ajit Sargar (19) from Solapur. "Jadhav had lured the victim and taken her to several places since June this year and raped her. The girl took ornaments and cash from her house on December 7 to elope with Jadhav. After he turned her down, she went to the house of her former teacher Bhoir who also raped her," Senior Inspector RP Mayne said. After the girl escaped from Bhoir's house, third accused Sargar befriended her at Kalyan railway station on the pretext of providing help, took her to Pune and Shirdi and raped her for eight days, said the official. After her mother filed a missing person complaint, police traced the teen to Shirdi and brought her back to Ulhasnagar, he said. "All three were arrested on Monday after the girl told us of her ordeal. They are charged with rape and kidnapping under sections of the IPC and Protection of Children from Sexual Offences (POCSO) Act," Mayne said.
2019-12-16Ulhasnagar: BJP corporators protest Rahul Gandhi's Savarkar remark - Times of India
Ulhasnagar: BJP corporators protest Rahul Gandhi's Savarkar remark Updated: Dec 16, 2019, 23:08 IST : ULHASNAGAR: The BJP crorporators on Monday protested against Rahul Gandhi's comment on Hindutva icon Vinayak Damodar Savarkar by tearing a poster of the Congress leader during the general body meeting of Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation (UMC). Addressing the Congress's Bharat Bachao Rally in Delhi on Saturday, Rahul Gandhi had rejected the BJP's demand for apology over his rape in India remark saying that his name was Rahul Gandhi, not Rahul Savarkar. He said he will never apologize for speaking the truth. Angered over Rahul's statement, BJP corporators Manoj Lassi, Pradeep Ramchandani and Jamnu Puraswani started shouting slogans against him. They also tore poster of Rahul Gandhi while hailing Savarkar. During the protest, Shiv Sena and Congress corporators remained silent over the issue.
2019-12-16Mumbai school events: School event focuses on sustainable living - Hindustan Times
Mumbai school events: School event focuses on sustainable living Updated: Dec 16, 2019 20:29 IST : United Nations member states in 2015 provided a blueprint for peace and prosperity for people and the planet. At its heart are 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), which call for action by all countries. With the SDGs in mind, CNM School, Juhu, recently organised STEMAGIC 2019 – Environmental Sustainability through UN Goals. During the event, students showcased various models that may help build a sustainable future. Using David Kolb’s experiential learning theory, our students were given two months to research on different topics of science, technology, engineering and mathematics, and then come up with project ideas that may shape a viable future. Over this time, 1,500 students brainstormed and came up with projects on life on land and under water, affordable and clean energy, responsible consumption and production to climate action. The exhibition which was open to all, was visited by students and teachers from neighbouring schools who provided constructive feedback to our students, thus reinforcing the students’ resolve to look for more viable measures to save our planet. Learn human rights through elocution Seth Parsram Parumal New Era High School celebrated Human Rights Day and Constitution Day through an elocution competition. On the occasion, teachers informed the students about the history behind Human Rights Day and why it is important. Students were also told about the background of Constitution Day, also known as Samvidhan Divas and its significance. The students had also prepared informative charts. Overall, they enjoyed the activities and learnt about the need of rights as well as the Constitution of India. A fun day out at planetarium St Francis High School, Vasai had recently organised an educational trip for the students in a bid to make the process of learning fun and more attractive. Students from Class 6 to 10, accompanied by teachers, visited the Nehru Planetarium and Discovery of India. It was a day of knowledge and enjoyment for the Franciscans. Future athletes on the mark at sports day event Cambridge School in Kandivli (East) organised several sporting events, such as long jump, book balancing race, running race, to encourage young athletes. The events were organised at the sports arena of the school, and witnessed the participation of all the students. The winners were felicitated with medals and certificates. School students make ‘wealth from waste’ Goethe Institute organised a session on scientific inventions and plastic waste at Kendriya Vidyalaya No 2 school in Colaba. On the occasion, ‘Science Film Screening’ was conducted by Nikita Ahuja, the project manager at Goethe institute, along with science experts Nikita Fernandes and Tamhara Rasquinha, who are working with the Heritage Project. The movie educated the students about the invention of aeroplanes made of solar panels to save fuel. The students were asked to bring their old t-shirts to make bag out of them. The exercise was conducted to make students aware about recycling. Students meet their favourite superheroes Radcliffe School, Ulwe, recently organised an educational trip for students of Class 5 to 7. The students were taken to Avengers Station exhibition at Phoenix shopping centre, where they not only got to see their favourite characters and superheroes, but also explored the science behind the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The educative field trip was aimed at enhancing the student’s scientific knowledge and practical skill-set while presenting the lessons to them in a fun way. The superhero experience is likely to be a lasting memory. Sports day for students, parents alike RGS English High School, Ulhasnagar recently held their Annual Sports Day at VTC ground, Ulhasnagar. The event started with a prayer after which headmistress Juliet Coutinho lit the ceremonial torch. About 614 students showcased a well-synchronised mass drill. Students from nursery to Class 4 took part in events like 100m race, sack race, relay race, hurdle race, skipping, slow cycling, three-legged race, and more. Parents also took part in games. Winners were awarded gold, silver and bronze medals.
2019-12-16Ten Hurt as Bus Overturns in Malshej Ghat - LatestLY
Ten Hurt as Bus Overturns in Malshej Ghat Dec 16, 2019 11:50 PM IST : Thane, Dec 16 (PTI) At least ten passengers were injured, some of them seriously, when their bus overturned on the Malshej Ghat road near Murbad in Thane district of Maharashtra in the early hours of Monday, police said. The incident occurred when the driver of the private bus was negotiating a turn, a police officer said, adding that the bus was headed to Aurangabad from Ulhasnagar near Thane. There were around 40 passengers in the bus at the time of the accident, he said. The injured persons are undergoing treatment at hospitals in Ale Phata, Tokawade and Kalyan, he added. Malshej Ghat is a famous mountain pass in the Western Ghats range on the Thane-Ahamad Nagar Road.
2019-12-15Police books man feigns as leprosy patient to avail rail concession - United News of India
Police books man feigns as leprosy patient to avail rail concession Thane, Dec 15 (UNI) : A 43-year-old man have been booked by the police here for allegedly cheating the railways to get concession available for patients and handicapped. The accused have been identified as Krishna Mahale, a resident of Ulhasnagar township of this district, said police. According to police, the accused Krishna booked a train ticket from Kalyan to New Jaipalgudi for December 9.
2019-12-14Maharashtra: Husband in jail, woman jumps off Mantralaya 5th floor, lands on net - Times of India
Maharashtra: Husband in jail, woman jumps off Mantralaya 5th floor, lands on net Updated: Dec 14, 2019, 9:37 IST : MUMBAI: A 32-year-old woman from Ulhasnagar, seeking the release of her husband arrested in an alleged fake police assault case, tried to commit suicide by jumping off the fifth floor of the Mantralaya building on Friday afternoon. Priyanka Gupta landed in the safety nylon net on the second floor and was rescued by police and fire brigade personnel at the state secretariat building. Priyanka is recuperating at St George’s Hospital. Medical superintendent Dr Madhukar Gaikwad said she had an abrasion on her left cheek and pain in shoulder. “She also complained of headache. We have advised an X-ray and admission,” he said. A police officer said Priyanka and her husband were arrested for allegedly assaulted cops taking action against their stall for operating after deadline. While her husband is still behind bars, she got bail. Her brother, Deepak, told TOI that the couple was booked in the fake police assault case on the behest of some local politicans. “My brother-in-law had filed a case against the politicans and the matter is in court. They were mentally harassing my sister and brother-in-law to withdraw the case.” Refuting the allegations, DCP (Ulhasnagar division) Pramod Shewale told TOI: “When the police were taking action against the stall, the couple assaulted our men. The woman tried to file a countercomplaint against our men, but we refused.” Local cops said they often received complaints of the couple running the stall till late night. Meanwhile, CM Uddhav Thackeray has asked Mantralaya officials to look into raising the height of the boundary walls on all floors to deter people from climbing on them.ce
2019-12-14Woman jumps off Mantralaya, saved by net - Mumbai Mirror
Woman jumps off Mantralaya, saved by net Updated: Dec 14, 2019, 06:00 IST : A 32-year-old woman on Friday tried to commit suicide by jumping off the third floor of Mantralaya, but survived as she landed in a safety net. The incident took place in the afternoon, police said. The woman, identified as Priyanka Gupta, is a resident of Ulhasnagar, Thane, a police official said. After a man committed suicide by jumping from the fifth floor of Mantralaya, a safety net was installed across the open space on the first floor of the seven-storey building. It was this net that saved Gupta. According to preliminary inquiry, Gupta and her husband are facing a case in Ulhasnagar under Section 353 (assault to deter public servant from discharge of duty) of the Indian Penal Code. The official said that the case related to local police’s action against their fruit juice stall. She had come to Mantralaya to seek “justice”, she told the police. The woman was sent to St Georges Hospital for check-up and further inquiry was on, the official added.
2019-12-14Ashish Shelar demands Uddhav Thackeray to implement Citizenship (Amendment) Act without delay - Mid-day
Ashish Shelar Demands Uddhav Thackeray To Implement Citizenship (Amendment) Act Without Delay Updated: Dec 14, 2019, 12:47 IST : BJP leader Ashish Shelar on Friday wrote to Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray, demanding him to implement the Citizenship (Amendment) Act in the state without any delay. In a letter written to Uddhav in Marathi, Shelar cited the statements by two Congress ministers against not implementing the act and requested the Chief Minister to implement it without any delay. He said that people in Ulhasnagar and other parts of Maharashtra celebrated the passage of the Citizenship (Amendment) Bill. Echoing similar sentiments as the non-BJP ruled states that are averse to the implementation of the Citizenship (Amendment) Act 2019, Maharashtra Minister and Congress leader Balasaheb Thorat on Friday said that the State will follow the policy of party's central leadership."We will follow the policy of our party's central leadership," said Balasaheb Thorat on being asked if Maharashtra will implement the Citizenship Amendment Act. The contentious Citizenship Amendment Bill, 2019 became an Act after President Ram Nath Kovind gave his assent to it on Thursday. Earlier, the Bill smoothly sailed through Rajya Sabha on Wednesday and in Lok Sabha prior to that on Monday. Congress vehemently opposed the passage of Bills in both the Houses. After the Bill was passed by Rajya Sabha, protest erupted in Assam and other parts of the northeast. Following which the Army columns were deployed to contain unrest in some areas.The Act will grant Indian citizenship to refugees from Hindu, Christian, Sikh, Buddhist and Zoroastrian communities fleeing religious persecution from Pakistan, Afghanistan, and Bangladesh and who entered India on or before December 31, 2014.
2019-12-14KDMC wants traffic post removed for road project; cops demand plot - Hindustan Times
KDMC wants traffic post removed for road project; cops demand plot Updated: Dec 15, 2019 01:22 IST : The ambitious ring road project in Kalyan has hit a roadblock. A traffic police chowky is on the proposed route and has to be removed. Kalyan-Dombivli Municipal Corporation (KDMC) has written to the traffic division, asking it to shift the chowky to pave way for the project. The ₹800-crore project by the Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority (MMRDA), aims at decongesting Kalyan. “The traffic police chowky is next to the Durgadi chowk. The civic body has already acquired the land for the project. Vehicles which are seized have been parked at the chowky,” said a KDMC official, who requested anonymity of name. The civic body has asked the traffic police to park seized vehicles on a vacant land near water tank at Adharwadi jail road. “The vehicles which are seized by the traffic police can be parked on this KDMC plot,” said the officer. The traffic police have claimed that Durgadi Chowk is a prominent place in the city and needs a chowky and office for staff traffic wardens to keep a watch on the traffic movement. They are demanding KDMC to provide an alternative space for the police chowky. “Durgadi Chowk has several projects coming up. Durgadi bridge will be widened to six lanes. A Metro line has been proposed too. The chowk connects Kalyan city to Bhiwandi and Thane. So, we need an office at this place as it will become busier than what it is now,” said Sukhdev Patil, senior traffic police inspector, Kalyan. He added, “We have asked the civic body to provide us a chowky at an alternative space nearby so that our work is not affected. The chowky is used by our woman wardens and towing vans are also parked her.” As per the traffic police, a total of three wards and three cops are stationed at the chowky in day time and two wardens and two cops at night time to keep watch on vehicles moving to and from Kalyan and Bhiwandi. Patil said that after the ring road is completed there is will be traffic movement at the chowk from Gandhare, Umbarde, Saparde, Titwala, Mharal, Bapgaon, Bhiwandi and Thane. There is lot of major constructions works going on at these places which will lead to increase in the traffic movement. “In the coming years, we will have to deploy more traffic cops at this chowk. If we don’t have permanent office for cops, it will be difficult for them to operate,” said Patil. As per the traffic police, at least 1lakh vehicles ply on this chowk daily. KDMC has not yet replied to this demand by the traffic police. “The ring road project is a crucial one and hence it is necessary to shift the chowky. If needed, we can demolish the chowky as it is not a legal one,” said Bharat Pawar, ward officer, KDMC. He said that the traffic police should themselves propose for a new chowky and get it built at another spot. Almost 10 years after the Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority (MMRDA) proposed a 26-km ring road in Kalyan connecting Dombivli (West) to Titwala village, the three-phase project is being carried by four agencies. One of the major hindrances which caused delay in the project was land acquisition, rehabilitation and ‘inadequate’ compensation to the affected families. The road from Hedutane (Dombivali) to Titwala (Kalyan) will benefit lakhs of people who travel within Kalyan Dombivli. Presently the Kalyan Shilphata road which is used to connect between the Kalyan- Dombivli and Titwala is the most congested route. The ring will streamline traffic. The work on one of the segment of the ring road between Durgadi and Gandhare in Kalyan (West) is in progress. The road will benefit over 60 lakh people, as per the MMRDA report. This population is not only from Kalyan and Dombivli but also from the nearby Ulhasnagar, Bhiwandi and Thane cities.
2019-12-1323-year-old attempts suicide at Mantralaya, kin says cops to blame - Hindustan Times
23-yr-old attempts suicide at Maharashtra secretariat; saved by safety net Updated: Dec 14, 2019 08:34 IST : A 23-year old Ulhasnagar resident attempted suicide by jumping off the fifth floor of the state secretariat, Mantralaya, on Friday afternoon. Her brother alleged that she took the step because she and her husband were being “harassed” by the local police. The woman landed in the safety net installed on the second floor. She suffered minor injuries and is undergoing treatment at St George Hospital in Fort. “The woman’s condition is stable. She has been kept under observation at the intensive care unit (ICU) and has sustained minor injuries on the left side of her head and shoulder. The CT scan didn’t show any major injuries,” said an official from the hospital. Police said the woman and her husband run a juice centre at Ulhasnagar. Her brother alleged that the local police was harassing her and her husband in connivance with one of her former friends. The woman, along with her sister, visited Mantralaya to approach certain ministers or officials to get their help on the issue. However, as her sister did not have ID proof, she was not permitted inside, the woman’s brother said. “I don’t know what happened at Mantralaya but some days ago, my sister and her husband were assaulted by some police officers. The police also booked them in a false case for assaulting the officers. Their juice centre was ransacked by unidentified people. My sister wants justice,” the woman’s brother said. An official at Mantralaya, who did not wish to be named, said he witnessed the incident. “The woman was crying and saying ‘I want to die. Please save my husband’.”
2019-12-13Five-year-old gets separated from mother at Vasai road rly station; reunited within a week - Mumbai Mirror
Five-year-old gets separated from mother at Vasai road rly station; reunited within a week Updated: Dec 13, 2019, 13:56 IST : The girl with her family and policemen at Dungra police station, VapiMumbai: A five-year-old girl who accidentally got separated from her mother at the Vasai Road railway station while they were travelling in a Pune-bound train on December 4, was reunited with her parents by the railway police following an eight-day search. Government Railway Police (GRP) sources said that at around 12.04 am on December 4, head constable Shrimant Shingle and constable Santosh Gaur noticed a little girl wandering aimlessly on platform No 6/7 at the Vasai Road junction, minutes after the arrival of the Jodhpur-Pune Express. The policemen approached the girl to make inquiries on whether she was lost. She identified herself as Sandhya and her parents as 'Gulab' and 'Geeta'. She told the policemen that she was travelling with her mother in the train when she got separated from her. The GRP started conducting searches in the coaches of the train and information was sent to the next stations--Bhiwandi, Kalyan and Pune-- after the train departed from the Vasai Road railway station. However, the girl's mother could not be traced. The girl was later handed over to a charitable trust in Dombivali, before she was produced before the Child Welfare Committee at Ulhasnagar, which ordered police to trace the parents of the child. Based on the information given by the child, the railway police managed to zero-in-on the address of the girl in Vapi, Gujarat. A police team, led by a Police Sub Inspector (PSI) and a woman constable was sent to verify the address, which was traced to the Dungari Faliya area of Vapi. The police later learnt that the girl's father, Gulab Shrivastav, had lodged a complaint with the Dungra police station, following the disappearance of his daughter. The girl was later taken to the Dungra police station on Thursday where she was reunited with her parents.
2019-12-13Passing of Citizenship (Amendment) Bill to benefit 10000 people in Nagpur - Nagpur News
Passing of Citizenship (Amendment) Bill to benefit 10,000 people in Nagpur Nagpur: Following passing of much talked and debated Citizenship (Amendment) Bill by both Houses of Parliament, over 10,000 people in Nagpur and lakhs across the state and country will get benefit of the law. These are the people who migrated to India from Pakistan after 1951 but deprived of citizenship due to red-tape. As if now, 600 applications are pending in District Collectorate in this regard. Bharatiya Sindhu Sabha has taken initiative to facilitate citizenship to such people. Most of the people awaiting citizenship reside in Jaripatka, Wardhaman Nagar, Khamla, and various parts of North Nagpur. Out of these people, 600 have submitted applications to District Collectorate for citizenship under the current rules and regulations. Since no ‘GR’ has been issued, the district administration has restrained itself from giving any reaction. The Regional President of Bharatiya Sindhu Sabha Virendra Kukreja claimed that over 10,000 people in Nagpur and around 25 lakh people in State will get benefit due to passing of the Citizenship (Amendment) Bill. “Special camps at Nagpur, Mumbai, Thane, Ulhasnagar, Kalyan, Pune, Kolhapur and other places will be organised to extend help to these people. Large number of women and senior citizens are among the people who have no citizenship. But with the passing of Bill, these people hace got a major relief. All Panchayats of Sindhi Community have hailed the law,” Kukreja stated. Complicated norms for citizenship: To get the Indian citizenship was a herculean task due to complicated rules and regulations. A law in this regard was enacted in 1955. According to this law, people who had migrated from Pakistan and Bangladesh (then Pakistan) after 1951, had got citizenship. However, those people who migrated thereafter, faced enormous difficulties. But migration continued unabated. Many people staying on ‘Long Term’ visas: According to Kukreja, most of the 10,000 people, who are to benefit’ are staying in Nagpur on ‘Long Term’ visas. As per rules, it is mandatory for them to reside in India for seven years for getting citizenship. However, visa period of many people has expired but they have not returned to their original countries. Now, the Citizenship (Amendment) Bill will provide relief to such people, Kukreja asserted and added the Bill will alleviate the suffering of many who faced persecution for years. The Bill seeks to recognise those who are living in India as refugees after leaving Pakistan, Bangladesh and Afghanistan following persecution.
2019-12-12Thane: Premature baby found dumped inside bin, alive - Times of India
Thane: Premature baby found dumped inside bin, alive Dec 12, 2019, 5:39 IST : ULHASNAGAR: Locals found a premature baby wrapped in plastic in a dustbin near Century Rayon grounds in Ulhasnagar around 10am on Wednesday. Social workers took the boy to Central Hospital and informed the police, who filed a case. “The child is 8-10 days premature, and weighs around 1700g. Doctors said he has an infection on one leg that is being treated,” said Dr Jafar Tadvi, health officer at Central Hospital. The police found that the baby was dumped in the bin by someone who came in an auto. They are probing the case further.
2019-12-12Commuters to suffer as Bandra skywalk shut, road below blocked for nullah-widening work - Mumbai Mirror
Commuters to suffer as Bandra skywalk shut, road below blocked for nullah-widening work Updated: Dec 12, 2019, 07:34 IST : Commuters to station suffer as skywalk has been shut for past six months and road below it is now blocked as BMC works on nullah-widening work. People commuting to Bandra station from the East have been having a tough time as they are facing double trouble – the skywalk that connects Bandra court to the station along Anant Kanekar Marg has been shut since June and to make matters worse, the BMC has blocked the road below for nullah-widening work. Several BEST bus routes too have been diverted due to the blocked road and so commuters have no choice but to walk the stretch. According to officials, the skywalk was closed to the public in June, after a visual inspection revealed that it was in adilapidated condition and not safe for pedestrians. The BMC then asked experts from the Veermata Jijabai Technological Institute (VJTI) to study the skywalks to see if they are structurally fit for use. But even after four months, the VJTI is yet to submit its audit report. “We were told that the skywalk will be reopened after the audit report. But it has been over four months now and the skywalk is still shut. Instead of asking the VJTI, the BMC must get the audit done on its own,” said local activist Deepak Anaokar, who is pursuing the issue with the BMC. BEST bus routes 303, 310, 316 and 317, which ferry passengers from BKC to Bandra station, have all been diverted and now stop at the Bandra bus depot instead of Bandra station. “So pedestrians have to walk the last 500 metres on foot and the skywalk too is shut. This is causing a lot of problems. The BMC should not have started the nullah widening work when the skywalk is shut,” Anaokar said. “The BMC must fast-track the audit and then repair the skywalk and make it accessible for pedestrians. If the skywalk repairs are talking time, then the BMC must stop the nullah-widening work and provide space for pedestrians,” he added. The skywalk was closed to the public in June as it was marked unsafe A senior civic official from the bridges department said, “The audit is considered necessary as skywalks are similar to bridges and in a couple of instances, structural defects have been identified. The audits are almost done and we are expecting the audit reports in a couple of days.” In June this year, the BMC decided to conduct a safety audit of the 24 skywalks in the city. A BMC official said that they have written to VJTI, and a decision on whether to repair the skywalk or demolish it will be taken after they submit a report. There are around 24 skywalks in the western, eastern suburbs and south Mumbai. Approximately 56 skywalks were planned for the Mumbai Metropolitan Region (MMR), but only 39 were constructed by the MMRDA between 2008 and 2012. Of the 39, around 24 are in Mumbai and maintained by the BMC. The remainder are in Thane, Vasai, Virar, Ulhasnagar, Mira Road, Bhayander and other neighbouring areas. Last year, the BMC had to shut down the skywalk in Dahisar West as it was deemed unsafe due to structural defects. In March this year, after seven were killed in the collapse of the Himalaya FOB near Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus (CSMT), the MMRDA commissioner had written to the BMC, recommending a structural audit of skywalks. The BMC had ordered a re-audit of all 296 FOBs and road over bridges (ROBs) in Mumbai.
2019-12-12Thane: After woman calls helpline, railway cops check on her at every stop - Times of India
Thane: After woman calls helpline, railway cops check on her at every stop Dec 12, 2019, 15:42 IST : ULHASNAGAR: Responding to a woman commuter’s call for help, railway police on Tuesday ensured that a policeman checked on her at every station from Ulhasnagar to Thane. Kavita Dara (36), a Mulund resident who runs a salon in Ulhasnagar, was heading home a little before midnight on Tuesday. When she realised she was alone in the general compartment, she dialled the railway police helpline and told them she was afraid. They asked her which compartment she was in and assured her that they would help her. Due to a recent leg injury, she was unable to board or later move to the ladies compartment. After that, at every stop between Ulhasnagar and Thane, a policeman was waiting to check on Dara when the train halted. He waited with her till it left the station. Dara shared her experience on social media, which was re-shared by many.
2019-12-12Sculpting substance and the self - The Hindu
Sculpting substance and the self UPDATED: DECEMBER 12, 2019 17:43 IST : At the ongoing Sculpsit: Between Thought and Action showcase, a combination of sculptures, paintings, sketches, and photographs, questions the artist’s thoughts. Interestingly, the collective works also seek to simultaneously answer these queries. It’s a tangible breakdown of a more abstract process. “The artists have used the immediacy of drawing — Baiju Parthan uses 3D software; while Jyoti Bhatt and Sudhir Patwardhan use photographs — as a means to prepare and hone a concept,” explains curator Sasha Altaf who brings to gether 15 artists to navigate the space between idea and final sculpture. The show, a collaboration with The Guild Art Gallery, features the works of artists Navjot Altaf, Akbar Padamsee, Gieve Patel, Gigi Scaria, K.G. Subramanyan, Shantibai, and Sudhir Patwardhan to name a few. “This exhibition proposed to envision sculpture not as an [abstract] continuum but as a material envelope that grows organically from the original drawing, sketch, maquette, or photograph,” says Altaf. Navigating form In Patwardhan’s work, we see the politics of home and self, coming together in geometrical sketches and flat bronze sculptures. He sketches mainly in and around Ulhasnagar, Thane where he resides, and documents the impact of human beings on their natural surroundings. Being a landscape painter, his sculptures too, take on the form of a painting. They are flat, and two dimensional-almost like a picture within a frame. While talking about the negotiation of form between Patwardhan’s drawings and sculptures, Altaf says that “his narrative extends boundaries of aesthetics and geography, it inverts the sense of self, history, and memory into a place which is mediated and seen.” Jyoti Bhatt’s untitled photographs are similar to Patwardhan’s ethnographic studies on changing environments. He has travelled across Gujarat, Orissa, and Uttar Pradesh since the 80s to document the disappearance of traditional murals on the walls of tribal and farming communities. “I had visited the Chotta Udaipur region during the early 80s, but within a decade, the tradition of decorating the interiors has almost vanished,” says Bhatt. Through these theatrically staged images, Altaf elaborates that his photographs emphasise their function as a reservoir of ideas for Bhatt’s sculptures. Feminine energy For Anupam Sud, the art of printmaking is essential in her process of making sculptures. Her works are based on emotive postures of the female figure, and reflect moods and desires through different spiritual experiences. Framed sketches of her process line the walls, which reflect her stages of development, and experiments with versions. While her sculptures in the show are final forms of an evolving thought, her prints are proof of the evolution. Two tall khambas in the exhibition negotiate local life and turmoil with authority in Bastar, Chattisgarh. Known as the Maria Khambhas, Rajkumar Korram and Shantibai address the Maoist rebellion, and the agony and vulnerabilities faced by women in their hometowns. Altaf says “The Maria Khambhas or carved wooden memorial pillars manifests a preoccupation with the socio-political entropy.” Here, the sculpture is in its most literal form, and depicts human figures, guns, flowers, yoga positions, and facial expressions. Poet, playwright, and painter, Gieve Patel’s mythical figures address themes of power, ambition and betrayal. His terracotta, bronze, and fibreglass sculptures follow the narrative of two stories — one from a Graeco-Roman myth of a water nymph named Daphne, and the other from the Mahabharata, known as Eklavya. He merges his passion for sculpting with the art of storytelling, which is constantly subjected to perception, and evolution. The figures in his paintings, drawings, and sculpture become clearest when we focus on them least. Altaf explains this phenomenon in her catalogue essay, where she writes: ‘once the spectator encroaches this distance and approaches the figure, the form begins to break up, the outlines blur, the parts of the body and the features dissolve and merge into rough surfaces’. Much like any art form, meandering and moulding, in the spaces that exist in between the lines. Sculpsit: Between Thought and Action, is on going at Sunaparanta, Goa till December 22.
2019-12-11‘Targeted in Pakistan,’ Sindhis who fled to Ulhasnagar see path to legal status - Times of India
‘Targeted in Pakistan,’ Sindhis who fled to Ulhasnagar see path to legal status Updated: Dec 11, 2019, 9:05 IST : KALYAN: Prakash Dewani (45) left Pakistan in 2008 and came to live with his wife and two children in Ulhasnagar, the town populated by Sindhi refugees who first set up home in the military barracks here in the wake of the Partition riots. Dewani’s ancestors were in Balochistan, but they later shifted to Karachi. “After the Partition in 1947, we were treated like outsiders in Pakistan and had to face many problems because we were Hindus.” Ever since he and his family have moved to India, he said, they have felt safe. “It feels like we are in our own country,” he said. Dewani is one among nearly 2,000 Sindhis settled in Maharashtra – most of them in Ulhasnagar – who have been waiting to acquire Indian citizenship. With the Lok Sabha having passed the Citizenship Amendment Bill, they are happy. “With the Centre’s new law, we can now easily get citizenship as terms and conditions have been relaxed.” Most of the Sindhis who fled Pakistan said they had decided to do so because of the assault on their religious freedoms in that country and constant fear of religious conversions. Hindus and Sikhs too migrated from Pakistan’s various provinces to India for the same reason, they said. Ashok Shewani, a resident of Lasvela district in Balochistan, moved to Ulhasnagar with his parents, wife and two children in 2010. He said, “We lived in a rural area in Pakistan and constantly faced the threat of kidnapping for ransom. The kidnappers mainly targeted Hindus, because of which we decided to come to India. Two years ago, we applied for Indian citizenship.” Gurumukh Jagwani, chairman of Maharashtra Sindhi Sahitya Sammelan said, “Earlier, conditions were such that those having relatives in India and living here for 11 years got citizenship. In 2016, the period was brought down to 7 years, but the new law makes those staying in the country for five years eligible for Indian citizenship.” Jagwani added, “The CAB also relaxes the condition of having relatives here. The only condition is that they should be from the minority communities in Pakistan, Afghanistan and Bangladesh.”
2019-12-11Newborn boy found dumped near drain, hospitalised in Thane - Oneindia
বাংলা ગુજરાતી हिन्दी ಕನ್ನಡ മലയാളം தமிழ் తెలుగు English News India International Sports Business Features Videos Motivational Stories Videos Jharkhand Elections 2019 City Bengaluru New Delhi Mumbai Chennai Kolkata Pune Salem Belgaum Ahmedabad Hyderabad Mangalore Sports PRO KABADDI LEAGUE Cricket Football Photos Videos Movies Bollywood Hollywood Tamil Telugu Malayalam Kannada Television Photo Gallery Lifestyle Beauty Cookery Insync Health Home n Garden Pregnancy n Parenting Relationship Auto Car News Bike News Reviews How-To Photos EMI Calculator Offbeat Latest New Cars Coupons Tata Cliq Amazon MMT Nykaa Jabong Flipkart Swiggy C'trip Bookmyshow Goibibo GoDaddy Bigbasket Gadgets Money Education Travel Get Oneindia extension extension search notifications notifications_off You can manage your notification subscription by clicking on the icon. To start receiving timely alerts, as shown below click on the Green “lock” icon next to the address bar Click it and Unblock the Notifications Close X Close X To Start receiving timely alerts please follow the below steps: Click on the Menu icon of the browser, it opens up a list of options. Click on the “Options ”, it opens up the settings page, Here click on the “Privacy & Security” options listed on the left hand side of the page. Scroll down the page to the “Permission” section . Here click on the “Settings” tab of the Notification option. A pop up will open with all listed sites, select the option “ALLOW“, for the respective site under the status head to allow the notification. Once the changes is done, click on the “Save Changes” option to save the changes. Notifications Clear All No Notifications Trending Donald Trump Flashback 2019 IPL Auction 2020 For Thane Updates Allow Notification   For Daily Alerts Keep youself updated with latestThane News Cancel OK Just In 13 min ago People from Kerala indulge in violence in Mangaluru: K'taka Home Minister 28 min ago Jamia website hacked with a message 'Hacked by Dark Knight to support Jamia students' 1 hr ago Delhi govt orders closure of stores selling beer, wine Must Watch Don't Miss Sports U17 Women's Football Tournament 2019: Sweden beat India 4-0 in final to lift title in Mumbai Movies Kunjali Marakkar IV Is Delayed: Confirms Mammootty Automobiles Hyundai Aura Unveiled: Expected Launch Date, Prices, Engine Options & All Other Details Revealed Lifestyle Nutritional Health Benefits Of Black Fungus Travel 8 Tips For Female Solo Traveller To Safely Travel Across India Technology Realme X2 First Sale On December 20 At 12 PM - Price, Specs, And Offers Finance FASTag Implementation Deadline Extended Again: How To Buy And Recharge It? Education AIIMS BSc Nursing 2020 Registration Process Started
2019-12-10No headway in chemical waste dumping at Bhestan - Times of India
No headway in chemical waste dumping at Bhestan Updated: Dec 11, 2019, 4:24 IST : Surat: Even after five days, city police are yet to nab the main culprits involved in illegal dumping of hazardous chemical waste in the drainage network of Surat Municipal Corporation (SMC) at Bhestan. On December 5, the vigilance team of SMC’s drainage department had caught a private tanker dumping hazardous chemical waste in the drainage network at Umednagar near Bhestan railway station. The driver of the private tanker bearing registration number of Nagaland escaped from the spot. Two days after the incident, Sachin police had arrested two accused involved in the dumping of the chemical waste. The accused were identified as Subedar Fulchand Chaudhary, a resident of Indiranagar in Kalyan West in Mumbai, and Puran Singh Tamta, a resident of Sainath Society at Bhestan. Police sources said the accused are in police remand for four days and that they have taken the name of Himanshu, a resident of Maharashtra’s Ulhasnagar, who had given them the contract to dump the chemical waste in Surat. Preliminary investigation has suggested that the hazardous chemical waste was loaded in the private tanker from an unidentified company in Jhagadia industrial estate near Bharuch. The private tanker was sent from Mumbai to Jhagadia for taking the hazardous chemical waste to Bhestan in Surat. Police sources said a team was sent to Mumbai’s Ulhasnagar to trace the whereabouts of the accused, but he was not found. MB Machar, police inspector, told TOI, “Both the accused have given us the name of Himanshu. Our team had gone to Mumbai to nab him, but the accused ran away. We are trying to trace his whereabouts.”
2019-12-10Story of Pranjal Patil, India's first visually-challenged woman IAS officer - MENAFN.COM
Story of Pranjal Patil, India's first visually-challenged woman IAS officer 12/10/2019 9:29:30 AM : (MENAFN - NewsBytes) Pranjal Patil , the first visually challenged woman IAS officer in the country, recently took over as Sub-Collector of Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala in October 2019. Despite being visually impaired, she never gave up on her dreams and battled great odds in her life to become an IAS officer and achieved success. Here's the inspiring story of Pranjal Patil you should know about. About Pranjal lost her eyesight at the age of 6 Pranjal, hailing from Ulhasnagar in Maharashtra, was born with weak eyesight and lost her vision when she was only six. She did her schooling from Mumbai's Kamala Mehta Dadar School for the blind and pursued graduation in Political Science from St. Xavier's College. She completed post-graduation in International Relations from Delhi's Jawaharlal Nehru University and then went for an integrated MPhil and PhD program. First attempt Visual impairment didn't deter Pranjal from pursuing her dream Though she lost her eyesight at a young age, the visual impairment didn't deter her from pursuing her Civil Services dream. She decided to prepare for the UPSC Civil Services Examination and cracked it in 2016 in her first attempt, securing AIR-773. Though she got a good rank, she was refused a job with the Indian Railway Accounts Service because she was visually challenged. Details Pranjal didn't give up; fought for what she deserved When Pranjal was deemed unfit for the Indian Railway Accounts Service (IRAS) job, it was a huge setback for her. However, she did not let this pull her down. She fought for what she was entitled to, based on her merit. She was later offered a job with the Postal and Telecommunications Department, which was of a lower level than what she deserved. Preparation Pranjal prepared on her own; didn't take any coaching Interestingly, Pranjal had chosen not to take any coaching for the Civil Services Examination as she felt that it would put unnecessary pressure on her. She had prepared for the exam on her own with the help of special software that could read books for her. Pranjal also solved mock test papers and attended discussions as part of her preparation. Second attempt She secured AIR 124 in UPSC exam in second attempt Pranjal decided to appear for the 2017 Civil Services Examination and doubled her efforts. Her hard work paid off and she improved her ranking with AIR-124 in the second attempt; she got accepted into the Indian Administrative Service (IAS). The 2017-batch Kerala cadre IAS officer served as an Assistant Collector in Kerala's Ernakulam for a year before taking charge as the Sub-Collector of Thiruvanthapuram.
2019-12-10BMC polls: It's BJP vs Sena as Mumbai begins to vote - Spring Hill Insider
BMC Polls: It‘s BJP Vs Sena As Mumbai Begins To Vote December 9, 2019 : Polling for the cash-rich Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation and nine other civic bodies across Maharashtra got underway on Tuesday morning with estranged allies Bharatiya Janata Party and Shiv Sena at the forefront of this battle of might. A total of 3.77 crore voters will determine the fate of 17,331 candidates for 3210 seats up for grabs in 10 municipal corporations, 11 zilla parishads and 118 panchayat samitis in the second phase of polls being seen as “mini general elections.” The stakes are high for Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis and Shiv Sena president Uddhav Thackeray, who have led their respective parties from the front and were involved in a high decibel and no holds barred campaign relegating the Opposition Congress and Nationalist Congress Party to the background. Polling began at 7.30 am at 43,160 polling stations spread across the state. The districts going to polls in the second phase are Ratnagiri, Sindhudurg, Satara, Sangli, Kolhapur, Pune, Solapur, Nashik, Amravati and Gadchiroli. Elections are being held in 118 panchayat samitis in these districts. The ten municipal corporations include Mumbai, Thane, Ulhasnagar, Nashik, Pune, Pimpri-Chinchwad, Solapur, Akola, Amravati and Nagpur. As many as 43,160 polling booths have been set up. There will be 2.76 lakh election staff and equal number of police personnel on the duty. More than 1.80 crore electorate are eligible to exercise their franchise in the zilla parishads and panchayat samitis while 1.95 crore urban voters will in the ten municipal corporations. In Mumbai, the country’s financial capital, there are 2,275 candidates and 92 lakh voters. The election result for Asia’s largest civic body which has been run by the Shiv Sena supported by the BJP for the last two decades will decide the fate of the Devendra Fadnavis government. In municipal corporations excluding Mumbai, there are multi–member wards where a voter will have to cast his vote for each of the category in the panel. Each panel has more than two wards. The big poll focus is on 227-member Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation, retaining control of which is vital for Shiv Sena as the city has remained its prime political space ever since the party’s formation in 1966. Shiv Sena has been in power in BMC for over two decades. BJP, which had been a junior partner of Sena before it gained the upper hand through the 2014 Lok Sabha and assembly polls, declined to accept the number of seats offered by the Sena. It has set its eyes on gaining power in BMC, one of the world’s largest city bodies, boasting of an annual budget of over Rs 37,000 crore. For 1,268 seats of the ten municipal corporations, there are 9208 candidates; for 11 zilla parishads there are 2956 candidates for 654 seats, and 5167 candidates for 1288 seats in 118 panchayat samitis. The first phase for 15 zilla parishad and 165 panchayat samitis polling was held on February 16 where 69 per cent voters exercised their franchise. Counting of votes will be taken up on February 23.
2019-12-09Three held for attack on police party - United News of India
Three held for attack on police party Thane, Dec 9 (UNI) : The city police on Monday arrested three persons including two women from Ulhasnagar township on the alleged charges of manhandling and beating up police personnel on late Sunday night, the police said. The police said that the trio have been booked under sections 353,341,332,427 and 504 rw 34 fo the IPC and crime registered with the Central Police station of Ulhasnagar township. The police gave the names of the arrested as Pawan Gupta ( a juice stall owner) his wife and another lady by the name Awle.
2019-12-09Helping children in distress: Navi Mumbai gets its first helpline - The Hindu
Helping children in distress: Navi Mumbai gets its first helpline UPDATED: DECEMBER 10, 2019 09:16 IST : Navi Mumbai now has its first-ever ‘Childline — 1098 helpline’ centre at Kharghar, which will act on distress calls from children in the city. The centre was inaugurated on Saturday by Thane District Women and Child Development Officer Mahendra Gaikwad of the YUVA Centre, Kharghar. One stretch of Navi Mumbai was thus far handled by the Thane centre while the other half was attended to by the Raigad centre. The stretch from Digha to Vashi to Belapur will now be handled by the Navi Mumbai centre. “Earlier, local non-governmental organisations or the Railway Police Force would attend to cases in the area. In case of emergency, someone from the Thane or Raigad centre would investigate. On an average, at least 10 calls per month are from Navi Mumbai,” said Vijay Kharate, centre coordinator for Childline, YUVA Centre, said. “Children’s problems are complex. The most common cases we have dealt with are of child beggars, labourers, sexual and physical abuse, cases related to schoolchildren, neglected children, those living on the street and those who go missing. The Ministry of Women and Child Development of the Central government has selected the YUVA organisation to run the Childline — 1098 helpline in Navi Mumbai as we were already running one centre in Mumbai city and at Dadar railway station,” Mr. Kharat said. Mr. Gaikwad said, during the helpline inauguration, that the Childline Helpline was needed in Navi Mumbai, a rapidly developing node, with an increase in crimes against children. He also said efforts are on to set up child protection committees in urban areas. The ones in rural areas, under the district child protection cell, are now dealing with an increasing number of child protection cases. The Navi Mumbai centre will conduct seminars for underprivileged children and those on the streets to inform them about their rights and crimes against children in general. “Right now, we have a shelter home only at Ulhasnagar. We are looking to collaborate with other trusts who have shelter homes in Navi Mumbai,” Mr. Kharat said. The centre has nine staffers, with two people in each of three shifts attending to calls as well as conducting field visits. The remaining are volunteers, coordinators and technical support staff. The centre will be of help to the police, who “often have difficulties in handling these cases due to the lack of training in child rights and laws regarding them,” said senior police inspector Arjun Garad of the Anti Human Trafficking Unit, Navi Mumbai.
2019-12-06Ulhasnagar student wins grand prize in Japan competition - Hindustan Times
Ulhasnagar student wins grand prize in Japan competition Updated: Dec 07, 2019 01:07 IST : Trishit Banerjee, 22, has bagged the grand prize at the 8th Annual all Japan Student English Presentation Contest in Tokyo. More than 700 students from over 200 universities from across the world participated in this competition. Banerjee, a resident of Ulhasnagar, is studying in Tohoku University’s Graduate School of Science and his proposal for a convictive working holiday plan to attract foreigners to Fukushima Perfecture got him the award. An alumnus of Birla School, Kalyan, Banerjee writes his own blogs. He has been writing poems since he was in Class two. He took part in literary events during his school days and got appreciation from the University of Oxford. “It was the people of Fukushima, who gave me time and helped me with the project. They helped me understand the situation faced by those in Fukushima. I got the idea after I saw the problems faced by those in Fukushima,” added Banerjee. Under his plan, foreign applicants would work at locations such as fruit orchards and hot spring inns in Fukushima Prefecture, which they would choose through a matching process. They could also experience Japanese culture first hand through events such as calligraphy and Kokeshi doll-making. He emphasized that his plan would ease labor shortages in the area that was hit by the 2011 Great East Japan Earthquake and subsequent tsunami, and could be adapted to aid in the recovery of other disaster-hit areas.
2019-12-06Loose gravel on Kalyan roads dangerous for bikers - Hindustan Times
Loose gravel on Kalyan roads dangerous for bikers Updated: Dec 07, 2019 01:02 IST : The death of five people in two separate accidents in the past three days in Kalyan and Ambernath has sparked anger among residents. Both accidents involved bikes, which skidded on the gravel-filled road and lost control. Residents and family members of those dead have blamed the loose gravel on the road and the ill-maintenance by the authorities. On Tuesday, three of a family died after a truck hit their bike on Khambalpada road. The 35-year-old man, who was riding the bike, lost control and collided with a truck. The police have registered a first information report against the truck driver. Khambalpada Road in MIDC, Dombivli (East), is maintained by public works department (PWD). The residents claimed that non-maintenance of these road led to the accidents and so the police should file a case against the contractor or the authority responsible for maintaining the roads. PWD engineer from Kalyan AP Bhanushali said he has recently joined and will get details of the road where the accident took place. Anant Patil, 37, lost his brother-in-law Ganesh Chaudhari in the accident. “An eye-witness told us Ganesh’s bike skidded over loose gravel on the road when he tried to overtake a truck,” said Patil. In the second accident, Suraj Sonawne, 28, and Chetan Waghe, 34, residents of Ambernath, were going towards Ulhasnagar on Kalyan-Badlapur road. Senior police inspector from Ambernath police station, SN Dhumal, said, “They were going towards Ulhasnagar when their bike skidded on the gravel. They lost control and rammed into the truck.” Kalyan-Badlapur road is maintained by Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority (MMRDA). MMRDA chief engineer LS Joshi said, “I will check why there was gravel on the road. I will check who is responsible for this negligence.” Ambernath residents said the gravel on the road is slippery, leading to bikers losing control. Satyejit Burman, a social worker from Ambernath, said, “The accidents in the past few days should act as a wake-up call. This is not the only road which is filled with gravel. Repairing potholes and digging up the same roads several times is a nexus between the corporators and administration. Corporators do not allow professional contractors to work inside the city area, which is one of the reasons for substandard roads.” Since monsoon this year, the condition of roads in the city has deteriorated, leading to accidents. City-based lawyer Sagar Kadam said there are several provisions in the law, under which police should take action but they don’t. “New Motor Vehicle Act 2019 section 84 (2) says that when the failure on the part of the authority, contractor, consultant or concessionaire responsible to comply with standards for road design, construction and maintenance, results in death or disability, they will be punished with a fine,” he said. Kadam added that it is necessary to file an FIR against officials or contractors as they will get off lightly after paying fines. “The contractors and officials know that bad roads or filling potholes with gravel will lead to accidents. But, they continue with shoddy work. This is clearly a punishable offence,” said Kadam.
2019-12-06Minor among 3 arrested for assaulting man in Kalyan - Hindustan Times
Minor among 3 arrested for assaulting man in Kalyan Updated: Dec 07, 2019 00:36 IST : Mahatma Phule police have arrested three people, including a minor, for assaulting a man for standing in middle of the road in Kalyan on Thursday. The victim has been admitted to a private hospital in Ulhasnagar. According to police, Prakash Nenwani, 49, was celebrating his birthday with his friends at Kal Dhaba near Kalyan station road. After dinner, he was engaged in a conversation with his friends, without realising that he was standing in the middle of the road. Kaustubh Yerpude, 21, Yash Jawade, 19, and a minor crossed them on their bike. Assistant police inspector S Kumbhare said, “The accused started shouting at Nenwani when the latter’s friends intervened and asked them to leave. But, they started a fight and called more of their friends. Three of them stabbed Nenwani in the stomach and fled the spot. We arrested three accused and registered a case under section 307 of the Indian Penal Code (IPC).”
2019-12-06In Ambernath, two bikers crushed by truck trying to overtake them - Times of India
In Ambernath, two bikers crushed by truck trying to overtake them Updated: Dec 6, 2019, 12:02 IST : AMBERNATH: Two bikers were killed after being hit by a truck, which tried to overtake them in Ambernath early on Thursday. Suraj Sonawane (28) was a resident of Motiram Pride, Ambernath, while Chetan Waghe (36) was from Sanewadi, Badlapur. Police said both were going from Ambernath-Badlapur Road towards Ulhasnagar, when the truck hit them opposite the ordnance factory, near Reliance factory. A passerby informed Ambernath police officials, who took the duo to Central hospital in Ulhasnagar, where doctor declared them brought dead. Police have booked the truck driver, who is on the run.
2019-12-05Two die in road accident in Thane - United News of India
Two die in road accident in Thane Thane, Dec 5 (UNI) : Two persons riding on a two-wheeler died on the spot when their two-wheeler rammed into a truck proceeding ahead near the Reliance Petrol Pump at Ambernath on the Kalyan-Badlapur highway the police said. Police said that the accident took place at about 1.30 am and both died on the spot. They were proceeding towards Ulhasnagar from Ambernath when the accident took place. The police gave the names of the duo as Suraj Sonawane, 28 and Chetan Waghe, 36.
2019-12-05Gambling: MSEB suspends 7 staffers, sacks contractor - Free Press Journal
Gambling: MSEB suspends 7 staffers, sacks contractor December 5, 2019, 7:21 AM IST : Mumbai: Maharashtra State Electricity Board (MSEB) has suspended seven of its staff and cancelled a private contractor's contract for alleged gambling charges while on duty at its Lalchakki office in Ulhasnagar. Superintendent Engineer of the Maharashtra State Electricity Board (MSEB) Dharmaraj Pethkar of Kalyan divisional office got the information about the playing of cards with betting of money that was happening in the office on Saturday duty hours. He alongwith officers then rushed to spot and found they the accused staff busy playing cards inside office. The suspended personnel have been identified as Osef Francis (Senior technician), Nikhil Pandurang Pawar (Technician), Mahesh Narayan Kalsaitkar (Technician), Ilamuddin Mehboob Sheikh, Santosh Madhukar Bhosle, Mangesh Nandu Vanatkar (Electrical assistants), Vinod Tukaram Bobale (Jr office assistant) and one contractor whose contract has been cancelled. The MSEB sources said the video of staff playing cards betting money went viral on social meadia. "If anyone is find indulging in such gambling acts or other misconduct during duty hours will be dealt with strictly," said PRO Pandurang Patil.
2019-12-05Two killed in accident on Kalyan-Badlapur highway - Devdiscourse
Two killed in accident on Kalyan-Badlapur highway Updated: 05-12-2019 23:27 IST : Two killed in accident on Kalyan-Badlapur highway Thane, Dec 5 PTI) Two persons died on the spot when their two-wheeler rammed into a truck on Kalyan-Badlapur highway in the district in the early hours of Thursday, police said. The accident took place near Ambernath about 1.30 am. Suraj Sonawane (28) and Chetan Waghe (36), the deceased, were heading from Ambernath to Ulhasnagar. The truck driver fled from the scene. Ambernath police registered a case against the unidentified driver under section 304A (rash and negligent driving) of the IPC..
2019-12-04Man booked for swindling ₹5.64 crore - The Hindu
Man booked for swindling ₹5.64 crore UPDATED: DECEMBER 05, 2019 01:27 IST : The Economic Offences Wing (Unit I) of the Navi Mumbai Police is on the lookout for an accountant who swindled ₹5.64 crore from a realty firm’s bank account from 2016. The employers filed a complaint against the accused and the APMC police registered an FIR. The accused has been identified as Chanky Rajkumar Manglani. The complainant, Anand Vilas Patil, along with four others had started Vastu Builders and Developers and opened an office in Satra Plaza building in APMC. In 2014, they appointed Mr. Manglani as an accountant. He was given the details of all the bank accounts and passwords of the firm. Senior inspector Shyam Shinde said, “From 2017, he allegedly embezzled the firm’s money by preparing fake invoices for orders given to construction material suppliers. He told the vendors that the firm needed the payment in cash. He used to either visit the vendor and take the cash or ask the vendor to visit him at the office and hand over the money to him. He started collecting cash from around 25 vendors since January 2017.” The complainant also alleged that the accused had forged his signature on cheques and misused passwords of the firm’s Real Estate Regulatory Authority account and transferred money to his own account. The fraud came to light on November 24 when one of the vendors came to the office with cash. Mr. Manglani was not present in office and the vendor handed over the money to the complainant. Mr. Shinde said, “The partners verified the accounts and learnt that the accused had swindled large amounts of money. They then called Mr. Manglani and asked him to meet them the next day. On learning that his bosses had come to know about the fraud, Mr. Manglani fled from his house in Ulhasnagar. He is still untraceable. The partners after waiting for a few days filed a complaint against the accused on November 29.” The police said Mr. Manglani never allowed a junior accountant to work under him for more than three months out of fear of getting caught. Soon after a junior accountant was appointed, the accused would start finding faults in his work and convince the owners to sack him. The accused has been booked on charges of cheating, forgery, criminal breach of trust and theft.
2019-12-04A viral thread on creative restaurant names across India has people laughing out loud - The Indian Express
A viral thread on creative restaurant names across India has people laughing out loud A viral thread on creative restaurant names across India has people laughing out loud From 'Aao kabhi haveli pe' to 'Btech Biryani', people from across the country shared the names and photos of restaurants that have unusual names. By: Trends Desk | New Delhi | Published: December 4, 2019 3:56:49 pm As people started sharing photos of various unusual restaurant names across India, desi Tweeple found the thread hilarious. An eatery can stand out for outstanding food, or for its unusual name. When food aggregator and delivery app Zomato asked people to name the most creative restaurant name they have ever come across, there were responses from across the country. What is the most creative restaurant name you’ve ever come across? — Zomato India (@ZomatoIN) December 3, 2019 People identified eateries across the country with catchy, and sometimes awkward, names. Most of the names came with pictures of the restaurants. Here are some examples: Aao Kabhi Haveli pe. #ulhasnagar pic.twitter.com/opvzzw0Ug7 — Jatin Ubnare (@jatin1d) December 3, 2019 Btech Biryani pic.twitter.com/wBrgr4viQR — RajeshprustY (@therajeshprusty) December 3, 2019 pic.twitter.com/Gl4Z8gJz8d — Pranav Sapra (@pranavsapra) December 3, 2019 Delhi pic.twitter.com/uABVMn4A3g — Sagar (@sagarcasm) December 3, 2019 pic.twitter.com/VMuL7lkzGi — रोहन जाधव (@RohanJadhav1980) December 3, 2019 Somewhere between Mumbai and Goa pic.twitter.com/ZL5Mgn3o85 — λ³ (@yash1o) December 3, 2019 #Indore pic.twitter.com/aYIUd79C7Q — Ek Number (@eknumberIN) December 3, 2019 I don’t think there’s even a competition here.. Khao, pio, wahi hago
2019-12-03At Ambernath hospital, 2 patients vomit blood, 10 nauseous after taking anti-bacterial injection - Hindustan Times
At Ambernath hospital, 2 patients vomit blood, 10 nauseous after taking anti-bacterial injection Updated: Dec 04, 2019 00:14 IST : Two women suffering from high fever vomitted blood while 10 others from the maternity and general wards complained of nausea and dizziness after they were administered antibacterial injections at BG Chaya Hospital in Ambernath on Monday night. “Our on-duty officer gave the antibacterial injections to patients in female and general wards. However, 30 minutes after the injections were administered, some patients, mostly from the female ward, started complaining of dizziness and nausea. We immediately transferred them to other hospitals,” said Dr Shashikant Dhode, medical superintendent, BG Chaya Hospital. While five patients were moved to Ulhasnagar Government Hospital, seven have been admitted to a private hospital in Ulhasnagar. The hospital has claimed that patients developed the ailments owing to a drug reaction. While the patients alleged that the doctors had administered expired or wrong medication, the authorities said the anti-bacterial injections were given to patients from other wards too. The hospital also informed the Thane Zilla Parishad about the batch number of cefetriaxone, the drug in the injection, and stopped its usage thereafter. “The expiry date on the medicine mentioned was 2021,” read the hospital’s letter to the zilla parishad. The hospital also informed the police and the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) about the incident. The incident created panic among relatives of patients, leading to chaos outside the hospital. A patient, Rizwana Mahmood, 30, who was admitted for typhoid for four days at the hospital, had to be discharged on Monday. “Within a few minutes of getting the injection, I started feeling cold and dizzy. I had felt similarly two days ago when the staff administered an injection at night. But when I pointed it out to them, they had told me it was just a normal reaction.” Manisha Walekar, chairman, Ambernath Municipal Council, said the drug was provided by the state to every government-run hospital. “We have checked the batch and the details of the medicine. The medication administered seems to be the right one but the cause of the reaction needs to be found out,” said Walekar. The police are investigating the incident and have not registered any case yet.
2019-12-0310 patients develop health complications post antibiotic injections in Maharashtra - The New Indian Express
10 patients develop health complications post antibiotic injections in Maharashtra Updated: 03rd December 2019 12:23 PM : THANE: Ten patients, including eight women, developed various health complications after they were administered an antibiotic medicine at a hospital in Thane district of Maharashtra, an official said on Tuesday. The incident took place at the government-run Chhaya Hospital in Ambernath town on Monday. Soon after the being given the antibiotic in the form of injections, the patients complained of nausea, giddiness, vomiting and headache, Ambernath Municipal Council president Manisha Walekar said. The medicine given to the patients had a shelf life up to 2021, said Walekar, who rushed to the hospital after getting information about the incident. "Samples of the medicine have been sent for an examination. After getting the result, we would be able to say what caused the complications," she said. A doctor at the hospital said the patients were administered injections of 'Monocef', having mixture of a liquid and a powder, following which they developed the health problems. While seven patients were reported to be out of danger, three were shifted to a government-run hospital in Ulhasnagar for further treatment, another official said.
2019-12-01Jewellery of Rs 1.10L stolen while boarding bus - Times of India
Jewellery of Rs 1.10L stolen while boarding bus Updated: Dec 2, 2019, 4:50 IST : Nashik: Jewellery worth Rs 1.10 lakh was stolen from a woman’s purse while boarding a pubic bus at the Central Bus Stand (CBS) on Saturday afternoon. The concerned woman lodged a complaint about the theft with the Sarkarwada police station. The police said that the 40-year-old complainant resident of Ulhasnagar boarded a Sakri-bound bus from the CBS at around 2.15 pm on Saturday. The complainant stated that her daughter was also with her when she boarded the bus. Taking advantage of the rush inside the bus, some unidentified thief reached the jewellery kept in her purse and stole it. The woman said that there was a gold necklace worth Rs 30,000, a mangalsutra worth Rs 40,000 and another gold chain worth Rs 40,000. The police said that they have registered an offence against the unidentified thief. The police said that they would check the CCTV footage at CBS to check if they can identify the thief. Once the identity of the suspect is ascertained it would be easier to trace him, said the police. There have been a number of such incidents of theft at the CBS, Thakkar Bazaar bus stand and Nashik Road bus stand. In the past, the police have also found the involvement of women in such thefts.

  Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
202090591657524025227315685   
201950605591656016110469895171
2018435344425649414167484160
2017315930416127354246705961
2016464364746871397035312834
2015453942305039483646556061
201445521952443437574541
201376171315135199953
201272232444561069
201152510471069772
201016282 41 219
2009  13131 4832
20086121211961 1211
2007202211131111101171287
2006651013211312221421161530
20051         731
2004   11  11  2
2003           1
2002           1
2001       11   
0

Suggestions/Comments/Views Submitted
Nitin Lulla      [ 2012-02-01 ]
Jaise mumbai bahar se khubsoorat hai or Andar se utna hi ganda or worst hai, waise hi ulhasnagar b lookiwise acha hota ja raha hai but uski tarah andar se ganda or khatrnak b ho raha hai..
ajusudhir      [ 2012-01-24 ]
I LOVE ULHASNAGER
rajesh varma      [ 2011-12-30 ]
kindly control the street dog... in ulhasnagar 1
Lalu      [ 2011-12-25 ]
Please clear the illegal Parkig of 2 lines of Trucks Parked on both sides of road at Vithalwaadi Rly. station raod, near kajal Petrol Pump, Ulhasnagar-3.
More (192)

Suggestions/Comments/Views
Name:
E-Mail:
Comments: