|2006-02-28||illegal construction of Ulhas in Budget Session|
He also said that 15 bills will be introduced during the seven week session, including regularisation of the illegal construction in Ulhasnagar and banning of the use of plastic.
|2006-02-26||Ulhasnagar Population increasing 14% p.a.|
Ram Patkar, president of Badlapur Passengers Association, said: "Population of Ulhasnagar, Ambarnath and Badlapur is growing almost by 14 per cent every year and we have constantly been demanding an increase the number of lines between Kalyan and Karjat and Kalyan and Kasara, but not a single rupee has been sanctioned till date."
|2006-02-21||Student's admission cancelled after a year|
Rohini Kamble (17), a first year student of Bachelor of Management Studies (BMS) of R K Talreja College in Ulhasnagar has completed her first year with 52.14 per cent, but Mumbai University has now decided to cancel her admission.
Rohini said that the R K Talreja College admitted her, even though she had one mark less in her HSC exams.
|2006-02-17||Ninth raid: Child labourers rescued|
THE task force set up by the Labour Departmentās Thane division on Thursday rescued 58 child labourers in Ulhasnagar.
Following a raid in the Artificial Jewellery Market, Ulhasnagar-2, the 40-member force headed by Deputy Labour Commissioner (Thane Division) Raja Ghodeswar rescued the children from artificial jewellery- and garment- manufacturing units.
|2006-02-12||Rajesh Khanna donates Rs1 lakh for Ulhas residents|
Bollywood super star of yesteryear Rajesh Khanna donated Rs1,01,000 to the residents of Rani Maa apartment, Ulhasnagar, which came under the hammer during the recent demolition drive.
Khanna blamed local politicians for the state of affairs in Ulhasnagar. Many buildings have been saved now, but what about the ones which have been demolished? he asked. He was in Ulhasnagar to receive the Yugantar Gaurav Puraskar 2006 awarded by Chandibai Himmatmal Mansukhani (CHM) College as part of the Gaurav Diwas celebrations. Singer Suresh Wadkar was awarded the Gaurav Puraskar.
|2006-02-09|| PM orders a new look at illegal constructions|
Ruling out any immediate bailout package to deal with the ongoing demolition of illegal and unauthorised properties here in the Capital, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Tuesday directed the Union Urban Development Ministry to set up a high-power committee to study the issue of violations in various categories and suggest "practical measures" through an amnesty scheme or changes to be made in the building by-laws.
|2006-02-07||Shiela demand for a Ulhasnagar-type Ordinance|
The Centre appears in no mood to play saviour to Delhi's woes caused by the demolition drive. On Monday, Union urban development ministry turned down chief minister Shiela Dikshit's desperate demand for a Ulhasnagar-type ordinance to stop the demolition drive in Capital.
However, the ministry indicated that measures would be in place soon to spare "minor" violations in building by-laws.
|2006-02-02||Police file chargesheet in rape case of South Afri|
A month after a South African model was raped by two people in a hotel, police has filed a chargesheet charging the accused with various offences under IPC.
The 27-year-old model was drugged and taken from hotel Bawa International in suburban Bandra to another hotel in nearby Ulhasnagar town on December 27, 2005, and raped by the accused before being dropped home the next day.
|2006-02-01||Neta tries to ābail outā rape accused|
A 17-year-old girl was allegedly assaulted and raped by her neighbour in Kalyan on January 25. The case came to light when relatives of the accused approached the victim's residence with the local corporator to allegedly bring about a compromise for his act.
The victim, a resident of Ashok Nagar, Kalyan, had gone to a shop when the accused Yusuf Sayeed, 45, asked her to come along with him on his motorbike to her sister's place in Ulhasnagar.
|2006-02-01||It's impossible to buy a legal flat in Ulhasnagar|