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2018-02-28Ulhasnagar Muslims seek burial ground - Times of India
Ulhasnagar Muslims seek burial groundUlhasnagar Muslims seek burial groundBella JaisinghaniUlhasnagar, a city with about a lakh Muslims, does not have a single burial ground for the community. | TNN | Feb 28, 2018, 06:37 IST MUMBAI: Ulhasnagar, a city with about a lakh Muslims, does not have a single burial ground for the community. Almost 45 years after a plot was allotted in 1974, the community still has to travel 5 km away to Ambarnath to inter its dead. The authorities there have now signalled reluctance to continue this favour given their own requirements. Powerful builders are reportedly working to get the existing reservation cancelled as their prestigious housing projects nearby could be devalued. The municipal commissioner says he plans to allot an alternative site, but that is located near an ancient Shiva temple and could cause conflict with local residents. “All other communities have plots to inter their dead. There is a cemetery for animals also. Only we are deprived. A plot labelled Survey No. 58 was demarcated in 1974 and notified in 2006 but has still not been handed over,” local activist Akhlak Khan said. In 2017, a social worker named Anil Kumar bicycled all the way to New Delhi to highlight this grievance. “Some months ago the community protested by leading two corpses to the municipal commissionerate and holding a dharna,” Amar Joshi, former secretary, Ulhasnagar City District Congress Committee, said. “Those two bodies were buried in Survey 58. But local residents who were unaware that the plot was demarcated as a graveyard, protested.” Ulhasnagar municipal commissioner Rajendra Nimbalkar said a few plots had been identified for the Muslim graveyard. Get latest news & live updates on the go on your pc with News App. Download The Times of India news app for your device. Read more City news in English and other languages.RELATED From the WebMore From The Times of India Its time to make the right choice!Term plan that suits youMAX LIFEBe financially healthy - Invest via SIP.HDFC MFGet Rs. 1 crore term plan in just Rs. 12,284 annual premiumICICI PrudentialULIPs are a form of long term capital gainsHDFC Life Click 2 Invest ULIPTurn daily trading to daily profitsiforex.inSridevi’s demise: Arjun arrives at Anil Kapoor's residenceFlashback: A stunning video of Sridevi's photoshootBollywood mourns sudden demise of SrideviNoida flower show mesmerises visitorsAt least five killed after storms, tornadoes hit US Midwest From around the web How large should your retirement corpus be?UTI MUTUAL FUNDMeet the Craziest Family.Watch Modern Family & more TV showsHotstarBest SIP investment plans in 2018 to make you rich!FundsindiaMore from The Times of India Sridevi's death mystery: Autopsy report fails to convinceWatch: Last video of Bollywood actress SrideviLast pictures of Sridevi at a wedding in Dubai more from times of india CitiesMumbai BlastsMumbai RainsBangalore RainsDelhi EarthquakeChennai RainsDelhi SmogDelhi PollutionMumbai FloodsHindi newsViewcomments
Ulhasnagar Muslims seek burial ground - Times of India
2018-02-27Ulhasnagar police team trying to make arrest attacked by 7 men ... - The Indian Express
Ulhasnagar police team trying to make arrest attacked by 7 men Ulhasnagar police team trying to make arrest attacked by 7 men Cop admitted to hospital after suffering head injury; all 7 accused arrested By: Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: February 28, 2018 1:38 am Related News On the job: Man, grandson repair cricket bats for a livingEmployee steals jewellery worth Rs 18 lakh from shop, hunt onGive quota to farmers based on social, economical, educational backwardness: Sharad PawarA police team that went to make an arrest in Ulhasnagar was beaten up by seven men, including the person whom the team had gone to arrest. While two constables suffered minor injuries, an assistant police inspector suffered injuries to his head and had to be admitted to a private hospital, police said. According to Ulhasnagar police, a team of two constables went to arrest a man named Jeetendra Yadav on Monday night. “Yadav was accused of beating up some other people using metal rods and wooden sticks. We sent two men to bring him to the police station,” explained a senior officer. However, when the duo reached Yadav’s house, they called for enforcements as Yadav wasn’t alone, sources said. “A team of three other constables and the API Bharat Darade went to the spot, only to realise that seven men were beating the constables using wooden rods,” an officer said. “The men had to be restrained with difficulty. They even attacked Darade with a heavy object, causing him to collapse,” the officer said. All seven accused, including Yadav, were arrested and booked for attacking policemen. “They are all residents of Jharkhand and are migrant workers here,” a senior police officer said. Speaking about Darade, he added, “He is out of danger and will make complete recovery.” For all the latest Mumbai News, download Indian Express App Get assembly election result LIVE updates from each constituency in Tripura, Nagaland and Meghalaya More Related News Mumbai: Teachers boycott answersheet assessment Panel headed by ex-judge to probe mill land misuse, says Fadnavis
Ulhasnagar police team trying to make arrest attacked by 7 men ... - The Indian Express
2018-02-27Thane: Ulhasnagar Muslims rue lack of burial ground - Times of India
Thane: Ulhasnagar Muslims rue lack of burial ground Feb 27, 2018, 18:34 IST MUMBAI: The Muslim community of Ulhasnagar is deeply anxious over the lack of a basic amenity. The town with a population of approximately one lakh Muslims does not have a single burial ground for the community. Almost 45 years after a plot was allotted in 1974, the community still has to travel 5km away to Ambarnath to inter its dead. The authorities there have now signalled reluctance to continue this favour given their own requirements. Powerful builders are reportedly working to get the existing reservation cancelled as their prestigious housing projects nearby could be devalued. The municipal commissioner says he plans to allot an alternate site but that is located near an ancient Shiva temple and could cause conflict with the local residents. Local activist Akhlak Khan said, "All other communities have plots to inter their dead. There is a cemetery for animals also. Only we are deprived. A plot labelled Survey no 58 was demarcated in 1974 and notified in 2006 but has still not been handed over." In 2017, a social worker named Anil Kumar bicycled all the way to New Delhi to highlight this grievance before the Central government.Amar Joshi, former secretary of the Ulhasnagar City District Congress Committee said, "Some months ago the community protested by leading two corpses to the municipal commissionerate and holding a dharna outside. Those two bodies were buried in Survey 58. But local residents who were unaware that the plot was demarcated as a graveyard, protested. The process was stalled once more." UMC commissioner Rajendra Nimbalkar said, "We had identified a few plots for the Muslim graveyard. In fact the process to hand over the most appropriate site was under way. Unfortunately, the development plan (DP) of 2017 has been rejected by the council, else this proposal would have been passed sooner. But I am requesting members to make an exception for the burial ground and permit its allotment to fulfil the longstanding need of the Muslim community."Nimbalkar says that the plot most suitable for the cemetery is located in Kailash Colony. However, Khan points out that this site is right beside an ancient Shiva temple where Shivratri festivities are held with great pomp and show. "Do you think residents of that locality will permit our graveyard nearby?" he says. Nimbalkar replied, "They need not worry. We will handle it peacefully. In fact they should not raise and discuss about this (matter) to avoid problems."
Thane: Ulhasnagar Muslims rue lack of burial ground - Times of India
2018-02-27Man abandons 2 toddlers at Kalyan station: Cops suspect he got into outstation train - Hindustan Times
Man who left 2 girls at Kalyan station could be their father: Cops Toddlers were found sleeping towards the Karjat-end of platform no 6 and 7 at 1.30am on Monday MUMBAI Updated: Feb 28, 2018 01:24 IST Based on the CCTV footage they scrutinised, officers from Kalyan GRP said they suspect the man who abandoned the two minor girls at Kalyan station could be their father. The children were found sleeping by the GRP personnel around 1.30am, towards the Karjat-end of platform no 6 and 7, on Monday. “In the footage we can see how the man was behaving with the girls. We suspect him to be their father. He sat with the girls for nearly three hours before they fell asleep, after which he abandoned them,” said senior inspector Dinkar Pingle from Kalyan GRP. However, the GRP could not figure out what the man did next because he walked towards the end of the platform which did not have CCTV cameras. “We think he boarded a long distance train,” said Pingle. Another GRP officer said the girls are too young to give details of their parents or home. A day after the girls were kept at a children’s shelter in Dombivli, on Tuesday the GRP officials took the toddlers to the Child Welfare Commission (CWC) team, at Ulhasnagar. The CWC has decided to send the minors at Asha Sadan, a Child Care shelter of CWC at Mahalaxmi, Mumbai. Pingle said, “The photos of the girls have been sent to all the police stations. A case has been registered under section of 317 (abandonment of child under twelve years, by parent or person having care of it). Until the probe concludes, the girls will be looked after by the CWC.”
Man abandons 2 toddlers at Kalyan station: Cops suspect he got into outstation train - Hindustan Times
2018-02-26Rs 20 lakh compensation awarded to kin of engineer killed in ... - India TV
Rs 20 lakh compensation awarded to kin of engineer killed in accident in 2002 The claimants, residing in the Ulhasnagar township of Thane district, informed the tribunal that the deceased, Vinod Ramashankar Pandey (32), was a self-employed civil engineer earning Rs 72,851 per annum. Updated: February 26, 2018 12:47 IST ] The Motor Accident Claims Tribunal (MACT) here has awarded a compensation of Rs 20 lakh to the family of an engineer killed in an accident in January, 2002. Advertisement The member of the MACT at Kalyan, S P Gogarkar, ordered the respondents -- the erring lorry's owner and The New India Assurance Company Limited -- to jointly and severally make the payment, along with an 8 per cent interest per annum, from the date of the filing of the claim. The order was passed earlier this month. The claimants, residing in the Ulhasnagar township of Thane district, informed the tribunal that the deceased, Vinod Ramashankar Pandey (32), was a self-employed civil engineer earning Rs 72,851 per annum. On January 13, 2002, Pandey and a friend were going towards Hazira from Thane in a car. Near Andhel village at Duwada in Gujarat, where the highway was single-tracked due to some ongoing road work, a lorry came from the opposite direction and to avoid potholes, its driver suddenly swerved right and collided head-on with the car. Pandey and his friend died on the spot in the accident, the claimants told the tribunal. Pandey's family, including his 31-year-old wife, aged parents and three minor children, had initially lodged a claim for Rs 12.5 lakh, but later sought an enhanced compensation of Rs 31.75 lakh. They submitted that Pandey earned sufficiently, enjoyed an active life and would have continued to earn to support his family for years. The owner of the lorry did not appear before the tribunal and hence, the matter was decided ex-parte against her. But the insurance company contested the claim, saying the deceased was negligent and that it was a case of contributory negligence. It also said the claim was exorbitant. After hearing the arguments, MACT member Gogarkar said the evidence adduced about the deceased's earning capacity appeared to be genuine and acceptable. Considering the evidence on record, supported with the police papers, the claimants had proved that the alleged incident took place due to the rash and negligent driving of the lorry driver, he added. The defence of contributory negligence was not sustainable as the opponent insurance company had failed to adduce a convincing evidence on that point, Gogarkar observed. Taking into account the claimants' future loss, mental shock and pain, loss of estate, funeral expenses, transportation charges and the compensation for love and affection, the MACT ordered the lorry owner and the vehicle's insurer to pay Rs 20 lakh to the claimant.
Rs 20 lakh compensation awarded to kin of engineer killed in ... - India TV
2018-02-26Portion of building collapses in Ulhasnagar, two students injured - Times of India
Portion of building collapses in Ulhasnagar, two students injured Updated: Feb 26, 2018, 23:11 IST ULHASNAGAR: Two college student injured after slab of one of entire room of a building collapse down from first floor to mezzanine floor on which private classes was running in Ulhasnagar on Monday night. Following to the incident, the civic body with fire team evacuated entire building resident and have sealed the building. The incident has came to light in to ground plus five storied Laxmi Narayan apartment building situated in Ulhasnagar 3. On Monday evening suddenly entire slab of first floor based flat number 204 collapse down on the mezzainine floor based room where private classes was run by a professor into room number 104 injuring two student.This is the seventh building in Ulhasnagar constructed between 1993 and 1995 that has collapsed in the past few years claiming several lives. It is suspected that the building was among those constructed using sand from Ulwa. “The building was not in list of dangerous building list," said a senior civic official. Fire official who rushed on spot and rescued resident said, "It was luck that student suffered minor scratches on body as they were in another class room". Omie Kalani, President of TOK party who rushed on spot said, "I will demand civic body to make audit of such building constructed during tenure 1993 to 1995so that in case building is in dangerous condition they can be shifted".
Portion of building collapses in Ulhasnagar, two students injured - Times of India
2018-02-25Eight persons arrested for allegedly attacking policemen - India Today
Eight persons arrested for allegedly attacking policemen February 25, 2018 UPDATED 21:00 IST Thane, Feb 25 (PTI) Eight persons have been arrested for allegedly assaulting policemen at Ulhasnagar in the Thane district. A case of attempt to murder was registered against the accused today morning, a police officer said. Beni Prasad Yadav (34) approached police with a complaint that some persons beat him up yesterday evening. When a police team went to the spot to conduct an inquiry late in the night, the accused attacked them with iron rods, the officer said. Assistant sub-inspector B A Darade and constable V S Dole were seriously injured in the attack, and Darade was admitted to the Central Hospital in Ulhasnagar, the officer added. Police today arrested eight persons in connection with the incident. All of them hail from Jharkhand, the police officer added. PTI CORR KRK
2018-02-25Eight persons arrested for allegedly attacking policemen | Business ... - Business Standard
Eight persons arrested for allegedly attacking policemen Thane Last Updated at February 25, 2018 21:00 IST Eight persons have been arrested for allegedly assaulting policemen at Ulhasnagar in the Thane district. A case of attempt to murder was registered against the accused today morning, a police officer said. Beni Prasad Yadav (34) approached police with a complaint that some persons beat him up yesterday evening. When a police team went to the spot to conduct an inquiry late in the night, the accused attacked them with iron rods, the officer said. Assistant sub-inspector B A Darade and constable V S Dole were seriously injured in the attack, and Darade was admitted to the Central Hospital in Ulhasnagar, the officer added. Police today arrested eight persons in connection with the incident. All of them hail from Jharkhand, the police officer added.
2018-02-22You can soon take prepaid cabs from Kalyan railway station - Hindustan Times
You can soon take prepaid cabs from Kalyan railway station For government-operated prepaid taxis, payment is made in advance and all the taxi details are noted down at the booking centre, thereby making them safer MUMBAI Updated: Feb 23, 2018 11:10 IST Travelling to other cities from Kalyan railway station will become safer as the Kalyan road transport office (RTO) has finalised 20 routes for prepaid taxi services from the station. With this, one will be able to take a prepaid taxi from the station to Dombivli, Ulhasnagar, Ambernath, Badlapur and Murbad. Currently, people have to take autorickshaws to these places. “During night, if there are no trains beyond Kalyan, commuters are forced to take autorickshaws. They charge excessively and are also unsafe,” said Usha Pandit, 35, a train commuter, who travels from Ulhasnagar to Mumbai daily. For government-operated prepaid taxis, payment is made in advance and all the taxi details are noted down at the booking centre, thereby making them safer. The service is costlier than autorickshaws as the fares include service charges and incentives to taxi drivers. “We have received permission to start prepaid taxi services in the city. We have finalised the fares for 20 routes from Kalyan railway station. However, the service will start once the taxi unions come forward to provide the service,” said Sanjay Sasane, deputy regional transport officer, Kalyan RTO. Between 2014 and 2017, several incidents of autorickshaw drivers molesting women were reported across Kalyan, Dombivli and Thane. In August 2014, a software engineer from Thane, Swapnali Lad, 24, sustained serious injuries after she jumped out of a moving autorickshaw to thwart an abduction attempt. Following this, several measures were taken to ensure safe travel, such as, women-special autorickshaws and prepaid auto services. “Although the service will be costlier, it will ensure a safe travel. In case of any eventuality, the taxi can be tracked by the authorities unlike autorickshaws,” said Padmaja Singh, 39, a commuter who takes an autorickshaw from Kalyan railway station to Khadakpada in Kalyan (West). Even though the RTO has finalised the routes, the service requires a consent from the railways. “The taxi unions are supposed to approach the railways. So far, no taxi union has approached the railways,” said Sasane. Autorickshaw and taxi unions have raised concerns over service, saying it would lead to increase in congestion in the city. This is why no union has approached the authorities. “We have not approached the railways because we know that the prepaid service won’t work in Kalyan. There is no space left for parking at the station. We have even asked the RTO and the authority to stop giving permits to new autorickshaws,” said Santosh Navale, representative of Autorickshaw-Taxi Chalak Malak Sangh, Kalyan. The Republican autorickshaw and taxi union, Kalyan, is ready to provide prepaid taxi service. “We have around 70 taxis plying in the city. We are ready to provide the prepaid service and will approach the authorities . This would be the best option for us to improve our service as people choose other cab services, which is affecting our business,” said Vilas Gaikwad, president of the union. Earlier in 2015, the Kalyan RTO along with the Autorickshaw-Taxi Chalak Malak Sangh, Kalyan started prepaid auto service in Kalyan station which failed to function owing to the lack of passengers. “In Kalyan-Dombivli, most passengers are used to taking a share auto. People rarely take an autorickshaw on meter-basis. If the meter system is not successful in Kalyan, how can a prepaid service sustain?,” said Navale. Kalyan passenger association president, Rajendra Phadke said,”Instead of introducing the prepaid taxi service, the authorities should emphasize on improving the existing civic bus transportation. They should start civic bus service from station. The prepaid taxi service may not be successful as people prefer share auto”. A railway official from Kalyan railway station, requesting anonymity said, “Taxi unions have not shown any interest so far. The railways has decided to use the space for generating income and providing better transport facility.”
You can soon take prepaid cabs from Kalyan railway station - Hindustan Times
2018-02-21Ulhasnagar station to get 1 Rupee clinic soon - NYOOOZ
Ulhasnagar station to get 1 Rupee clinic soon Wednesday | 21st February, 2018 An emergency medical room or 1 Rupee clinic at Ulhasnagar station is likely to be operational in the next two or three months. The patient was then shifted to a nearby government hospital, which was time consuming,” said Manohar Patil, Ulhasnagar station manager. Facilities providing primary and emergency medical treatment are needed at every station,” said Pannalal Gupta, 31, who travels from Ulhasnagar daily. “Such a clinic was the need of the hour, as this station sees a large number of commuters daily. Once operational, it is expected to provide quick treatment commuters for free and even transport them to the nearest hospital if the need arises.
Ulhasnagar station to get 1 Rupee clinic soon - NYOOOZ
2018-02-21Ulhasnagar station to get 1 Rupee clinic soon | mumbai news ... - Hindustan Times
Ulhasnagar station to get 1 Rupee clinic soon Construction work on the clinic, situated near platform 2, began two months ago, said officials mumbai Updated: Feb 21, 2018 15:08 IST Priyanka Dhomse Hindustan Times Construction of the clinic is currently underway.(Rishikesh Chaudhary) An emergency medical room or 1 Rupee clinic at Ulhasnagar station is likely to be operational in the next two or three months. Construction work on the clinic, situated near platform 2, began two months ago, said officials. Once operational, it is expected to provide quick treatment commuters for free and even transport them to the nearest hospital if the need arises.“It will be very helpful. Earlier, we had to call for an ambulance when an accident or emergency was reported. The patient was then shifted to a nearby government hospital, which was time consuming,” said Manohar Patil, Ulhasnagar station manager. “Such a clinic was the need of the hour, as this station sees a large number of commuters daily. Facilities providing primary and emergency medical treatment are needed at every station,” said Pannalal Gupta, 31, who travels from Ulhasnagar daily.“The clinic will not only be helpful during emergencies, but also if commuters feel dizzy or faint while travelling,” said Meena Jadhav, 40, a teacher. more from mumbai For better ranking: BMC calls meeting to convince realty sector Mumbai is more biz friendly Feb 21, 2018 15:09 IST Thane civic body employee dies after his bike hits parked dumper Feb 21, 2018 13:56 IST Want to clear the air with a loved one? Take a cue from this video Promotional Feature Recommended for you IndiaWorldBusinessEducationAutosReal estate OpinionAnalysisColumnsEditorialsAuthors CitiesDelhiGurgaonNoidaMumbaiBhopalChandigarhDehradunIndoreJaipurKolkataLucknowPatnaRanchiPune SportsCricketFootball
Ulhasnagar station to get 1 Rupee clinic soon | mumbai news ... - Hindustan Times
2018-02-20Year-end sales target leads Company to moon! - Firstpost (satire)
Year-end sales target leads Company to moon! 20, Feb 2018 By abhinav Year ending sales target are very common and all the companies become hyper active during this time. In fact March can be termed as the holiest month for companies. Sales people start their pilgrimage towards the target which ends on 31st march. In the midst of all these, we also spotted a sales man called Rocket Kumar dressed like an astronaut. Sales target can really drive people crazy, but this was one step ahead. Why to cover up yourself, that too in a hot month like March! As per our secret sources, Rocket Kumar works in Aegon life. Rocket Kumar is very talented who achieves 100% of his targets every month. Last year, he won an all paid trip to Ulhasnagar. He was able to buy a lot of stuff with made in USA (Ulhasnagar) tag and flaunt it in front of his friends. All and all it was a dream trip for him. But this year seems to be different. With increasing hunters (life insurance companies) and decreasing tigers (customers getting extinct!!!
Year-end sales target leads Company to moon! - Firstpost (satire)
2018-02-17Worker dies in gas leak at Ulhasnagar factory - Mumbai Mirror
WORKER DIES IN GAS LEAK AT ULHASNAGAR FACTORY Updated: Feb 17, 2018, 05.40 AM IST Was fixing pipe to a tank suspected to contain dilute sulphuric acid; 11 other workers injured. A worker died and another 11 were injured in a gas leak at a Century Rayon factory in Ulhasnagar on Thursday night. They were working to fix a pipe to a tank suspected to contain dilute sulphuric acid when the incident occurred. The deceased, identified as Sanjay Sharma, 34, was a contractual worker and had been with the factory for the last 12 years. Sharma is survived by his wife, Neerja Devi, 29, and their three children. Sharma was one of the fitters in two teams of three people each, who were working to fix the pipe. According to his wife Neerja, on Thursday morning, Sanjay reported to work at 7 am, but was not even given a lunch break later, as they were undertaking important work. Each team of three had two fillers and a helper. Two such teams were deployed to fix the leak in a pipe that was to be connected to a tank in a unit of the Century Rayon factory. The workers claimed they were pushed to complete the “urgent” work, before leaving for the day. Another worker, who did not wish to be identified, said, “After our shifts ended, we were told not to leave until the work was completed. However, two of the six [workers] fought and left at 6 pm, while four, including Sanjay, were still working.” The four were fixing the leak in the pipe, and nearly 75 per cent of the work was complete, when one of the workers, Suresh More, heard a loud cry for help. More, who worked as a helper in the team, said, “I was on the terrace while the other three were fixing the pipe below. Suddenly, I heard a loud cry for help. I rushed down and saw Sanjay lying unconscious. The two who approached Sanjay also started feeling giddy and were lying on the ground. “I called others for help, and around 10 of us tried to move the three who lay unconscious, but the gas was very strong and all of us were affected. We somehow managed to remove the other two, but could not get close to Sanjay due to the strong gas.” The 10 workers who tried to rescue the others were also affected by the fumes and were rushed to Century Rayon Hospital, which is located adjacent to the factory. They were later shifted to Fortis Hospital in Kalyan, where they are being treated and are said to be stable. All these workers were employed on a daily wage of Rs 315. A statement issued by Century Rayon said, “Contract workers were engaged in maintenance work in one of the plants from 8.30 am, after taking due safety measures, including the work permit. The incident happened when the entrapped gases from a very low concentration of a duct were inhaled by one of the workmen. He was declared dead on arrival at Century Rayon Hospital. Other workers were given preliminary treatment and were later shifted to Fortis Hospital, where they are being treated. They are said to be stable.” A statement from Fortis Hospital said: “Eleven patients were rushed to the emergency department of Fortis Hospital, Kalyan. Of those admitted, 10 patients are stable and undergoing treatment in the ward, while one patient is critical and is admitted in the ICU.” Senior Police Inspector of Ulhasnagar police station, Dattatre Talve, said, “Prima facie, it seems the leaked gas was dilute sulphuric acid, which is used to steam-bath the threads. The gas was in the tank, and the process of fixing a pipe to the tank was ongoing. Sanjay was working close to the tank when the gas leaked and was the most affected. We have prima facie registered a case of accidental death.” Deputy Commissioner of Police Ankit Goyal, who visited the spot after the incident, said, “We will be questioning the person in charge of the workers to ascertain if there were lapses in the safety procedure. An inquiry will also be conducted by the factory inspector and safety officer, following which appropriate action will be taken.” Neerja Devi, who must now fend for herself and her children, has been assured a compensation of Rs 5 lakh and a job by Century Rayon, along with accommodation in the company’s quarters. The company has also assured her of education for her three children up to Std X. “Whatever they do, I will never get my husband back,” a Neerja told Mirror.
Worker dies in gas leak at Ulhasnagar factory - Mumbai Mirror
2018-02-16One dead in Thane gas leak | Business Standard News - Business Standard
One dead in Thane gas leak Thane (Maharashtra) [India] Last Updated at February 16, 2018 05:35 IST A person died in a gas leakage incident that took place in Thane's Ulhasnagar on Thursday. Eight others were hospitalised after the gas leak at Ulhasnagar's Century Company. The deceased was identified as 22-year-old Sanjay Sharma, a worker at the company. Meanwhile, the families of the victims have accused the company of carelessness.
One dead in Thane gas leak | Business Standard News - Business Standard
2018-02-16Watch: One dead, six injured following gas leakage - Deccan Chronicle
Watch: One dead, six injured following gas leakage Published Feb 16, 2018, 6:38 am IST Ulhasnagar (Maharashtra), Feb 16 (ANI): At least one person died and six others were severally injured following gas leakage inside ...Ulhasnagar (Maharashtra), Feb 16 (ANI): At least one person died and six others were severally injured following gas leakage inside the Century Company in Maharashtra's Ulhasnagar. The injured were shifted to a nearby hospital. Families of the victims created ruckus at the hospital premises following the incident.
Watch: One dead, six injured following gas leakage - Deccan Chronicle
2018-02-16One worker dead, 11 others in hospital after gas leak at factory near Kalyan - Hindustan Times
One worker dead, 11 others in hospital after gas leak at factory near Kalyan The incident took place when a team of workers were repairing a pipeline in Century Rayon’s factory in Shahad MUMBAI Updated: Feb 16, 2018 12:12 IST One worker at Century Rayon Limited factory in Shahad , near Kalyan, died after inhaling toxic gas that leaked from one of its pipelines, while 11 others had to be rushed to hospital on Thursday night. The factory is located around 46km from Mumbai city. The incident took place around 10pm, when a team of workers were repairing a pipeline in one of the plants. The victim, Sanjay Sharma,34, died on the spot after inhaling the poisonous gas. A team of fire officials and local police rushed to the spot and stopped the gas leak. “One worker who was near the pipe died immediately, while 11 others were rushed to hospital as their condition worsened,” confirmed Ankit Goyal, deputy commissioner of police, Ulhasnagar. “We are investigating the cause of the leakage.” Following the incident, the workers’ union and relatives of those affected by the gas leak have raised concern over the lack of safety measures taken during repair works in the company. “A team of workers were doing some repair work in one of the plants. The company has followed all safety norms. Our senior staff reached the spot immediately, and arranged to send the affected workers to hospital for treatment,” said Anil Vyas, public relations officer, Century Rayon. Company sources said the other workers admitted in hospital are out of danger.
One worker dead, 11 others in hospital after gas leak at factory near Kalyan - Hindustan Times
2018-02-16Watch: One dead, six injured following gas leakage - Deccan Chronicle
Watch: One dead, six injured following gas leakage Published Feb 16, 2018, 6:38 am IST Ulhasnagar (Maharashtra), Feb 16 (ANI): At least one person died and six others were severally injured following gas leakage inside ...Ulhasnagar (Maharashtra), Feb 16 (ANI): At least one person died and six others were severally injured following gas leakage inside the Century Company in Maharashtra's Ulhasnagar. The injured were shifted to a nearby hospital. Families of the victims created ruckus at the hospital premises following the incident.
Watch: One dead, six injured following gas leakage - Deccan Chronicle
2018-02-16Thane: 1 dead, 11 hospitalised after suspected gas leakage incident at Ulhasnagar - Free Press Journal
Thane: 1 dead, 11 hospitalised after suspected gas leakage incident at Ulhasnagar Feb 16, 2018 08:14 am Thane: A 34-year-old worker died and 11 others were hospitalised after suspected leakage of hazardous gas in a rayon manufacturing unit at Shahad in Kalyan in the district, police said today. The incident took place late last night, they said. “The process of mixing of three different gases was in progress at the unit, when around 11.30 pm some workers complained of nausea, eye irritation and suffocation, possibly due to leakage of hazardous gas. They were rushed to a hospital,” a police officer said.One worker, identified as Sanjay Sharma, died of suffocation and a case of accidental death was registered at Ulhasnagar city police station in this connection, police said. According to police, 11 others were admitted to a private hospital in Kalyan and are said to be out of danger. Investigation into the case is on.
Thane: 1 dead, 11 hospitalised after suspected gas leakage incident at Ulhasnagar - Free Press Journal
2018-02-16Soon, expect pothole-free ride to Shreeram Chowk in Kalyan - Hindustan Times
Soon, expect pothole-free ride to Shreeram Chowk in Kalyan The UMC’s decision to surface the road with asphalt has infuriated residents, who wanted concrete used instead MUMBAI Updated: Feb 17, 2018 01:15 IST Motorists taking Shreeram Chowk in Kalyan (East) can soon expect a smooth ride as the Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation (UMC) plans to repair a 95-metre, accident-prone stretch of Pune Link road within two months. Hindustan Times on Sunday reported how the crumbled road had turned into a killer stretch owing to potholes. The UMC’s decision to surface the road with asphalt has infuriated residents who demanded that it instead use concrete for durability. “We have initiated the work for asphalting the 95-metre Shreeram Chowk portion. It will be completed in two months. The civic body does not have plans to concretise the portion. The asphalted road will have a three-year guarantee,” said Tarun Shevkhani, deputy engineer of UMC. Pune Link road connects Kalyan to Ulhasnagar, Badlapur and Ambernath. Although the Kalyan-Dombivli Municipal Corporation (KDMC) is concretising the road, repairs at Shreeram chowk come under the Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation (UMC). Around 50,000 vehicles take the road daily. According to the traffic police records, around 40 minor accidents had taken place at the chowk in the past three months. Earlier this month, three people died in a drink-driving accident at Shreeram Chowk. However, shopkeepers and residents claimed the incident took place owing to the bad condition of the road. “The road is being asphalted by the civic authorities. It will provide relief to bikers and motorists. The repair will also reduce dust pollution,” said Prema Mahtre, 34, resident of Vitthalwadi in Kalyan (East). Three roads intersect the chowk: one leads to Vitthalwadi, which is part of the 3-km Pune Link road and two other roads lead to Ulhasnagar. While 90% of Pune Link road in Kalyan (East) has been concretised, the remainder parts near Vithalwadi cemetery and Shreeram chowk are yet to see the light of the day. The UMC is spending Rs75 lakh for asphalting Shreeram chowk. Currently, one side of the road at the chowk is filled with stones for surfacing. This has, however, raised questions on why the road is not being concretised but asphalted. “The Pune Link road was supposed to be concretised. The asphalted road will again develop potholes in the monsoon and trouble bikers and motorists,” said Mandar Shetty, 26, a biker who takes the chowk to reach Ulhasnagar from Kalyan.
Soon, expect pothole-free ride to Shreeram Chowk in Kalyan - Hindustan Times
2018-02-14उल्हासनगर पालिकेत टेंडरवरून हाणामारी ; परस्परांविरोधात गुन्हे - Lokmat
उल्हासनगर पालिकेत टेंडरवरून हाणामारी ; परस्परांविरोधात गुन्हे Published: February 15, 2018 03:38 AM | Updated: February 15, 2018 03:39 AM बांधकाम विभागातील निविदेच्या वादातून शिवसेना आणि भाजपच्या आजी-माजी नगरसेवकांत बुधवारी वाद होऊन त्याचे पर्यवसान हाणामारीत झाले. मध्यवर्ती पोलिस ठाण्यात परस्परांच्या तक्रारीवरून गुन्हे दाखल झाले आहेत. गेल्यावर्षी निविदेच्या वादातूनच नगरसेवक प्रदीप रामचंदानी यांच्यावर महापालिकेत एका ठेकेदाराकडून हल्ला झाला होता.उल्हासनगर : बांधकाम विभागातील निविदेच्या वादातून शिवसेना आणि भाजपच्या आजी-माजी नगरसेवकांत बुधवारी वाद होऊन त्याचे पर्यवसान हाणामारीत झाले. मध्यवर्ती पोलिस ठाण्यात परस्परांच्या तक्रारीवरून गुन्हे दाखल झाले आहेत. गेल्यावर्षी निविदेच्या वादातूनच नगरसेवक प्रदीप रामचंदानी यांच्यावर महापालिकेत एका ठेकेदाराकडून हल्ला झाला होता. पालिकेत बांधकाम विभागाच्या कार्यालयात दुपारी चारच्या दरम्यान प्रभाग समिती व नगरसेवक निधीतील कामाच्या निविदा उघडण्यात येत होत्या. त्यावेळी प्रभाग १३ च्या शिवसेना नगरसेविका जोत्स्ना जाधव यांचे पती व माजी नगरसेवक सुरेश जाधव यांनी निविदा कोणी भरली, असे विचारले. त्यावेळी माझ्या ओळखीच्या ठेकेदाराने भरल्याची माहिती भाजपचे नगरसेवक प्रदीप रामचंदानी यांनी दिली. त्यातून दोघांत वाद होत पुढे शिवीगाळ, धक्काबुक्की व हाणामारीपर्यंत प्रकरण गेले. दोघांनीही समर्थकासह मध्यवर्ती पोलीस ठाणे गाठून एकमेकांविरोधात तक्रार दाखल केली. पोलिसांनी दोघांवरही गुन्हा दाखल केला असून बांधकाम विभागातील सीसीटीव्ही कॅमेºयाचे चित्रण ताब्यात घेतले आहे. निविदा लहान कामांच्याच उल्हासनगर महापालिकेत कोट्यवधीच्या कामांना विनानिविदा ५,२,२ अंतर्गत मंजुरी दिली जाते. दुसरीकडे काही लाखाच्या कामाच्या निविदा काढण्यात येतात. अशाच निविदेवरून ही हाणामारी झाली. वडोलगाव पुलाचे दीड कोटीचे वाढीव काम, खेमानी नाल्याचे साडेचार कोटीचे वाढीव काम, रस्ता दुरूस्ती व खड्डे भरण्याचे नऊ कोटीचे काम विनानिविदा काढण्यात आल्याची चर्चा महापालिकेत आहे.
उल्हासनगर पालिकेत टेंडरवरून हाणामारी ; परस्परांविरोधात गुन्हे - Lokmat
2018-02-13Thane traffic police to take yoga lessons - The Asian Age
Thane traffic police to take yoga lessons Published : Feb 14, 2018, 4:17 am IST Updated : Feb 14, 2018, 4:18 am IST The move comes after a Thane traffic constable was suspended for slapping a biker in Ulhasnagar while towing the latter’s scooter.Mumbai: Taking lessons from the Mumbai police traffic department, the Thane traffic police is also likely to start giving yoga sessions to their constables to relieve them from daily stress. This move comes in the light of the recent suspension of a Thane traffic constable who had slapped a biker in Ulhasnagar while towing the latter’s scooter. Thane traffic police are probing the matter, while steps will be taken to minimise unwarranted aggression in the cops, said sources. In November, a Mumbai traffic constable was suspended for towing a car while a woman and an infant occupied the back seat after which the police intensified its yoga classes. Thane traffic police sources said that considering the recent events of constables losing their temper, they are likely to provide them with yoga and meditation sessions. This move is influenced from the Mumbai traffic police’s decision to impart yoga sessions. Recently, a 50-year-old man allegedly slapped a traffic police constable after the latter slapped him while he was towing the man’s two-wheeler at Ulhasnagar on Sunday afternoon. Soon a video clipping that captured the incident went viral on social media, following which, the police constable Balram Patil was suspended with an impending departmental inquiry on him. Following the incident where Mumbai traffic constable Shashank Rane was caught on camera towing a car on S. V. Road even after woman seated inside asks him to stop, the police came up with a circular stating that states that if a person is sitting inside a car parked in a Mumbai traffic constable, then the vehicle should not be towed. According to the new directives, police personal should first use a megaphone to call and warn owners of vehicles parked in restricted areas and should tow vehicles only if no one responds.
Thane traffic police to take yoga lessons - The Asian Age
2018-02-12उल्हासनगर की सुंदर सेवक सभा संस्था की तरफ से जो - नवभारत टाइम्स
उल्हासनगर की सुंदर सेवक सभा संस्था की तरफ से जो Updated: Feb 12, 2018, 08:30AM IST उल्हासनगर की सुंदर सेवक सभा संस्था की तरफ से जो अस्पताल चलाया जाता है, उसके कामों को देखते हुए संस्था को रीजेंसी ग्रुप के चेयरमैन महेश अग्रवाल और उनकी पत्नी सुमन महेश अग्रवाल ने डायलिसिस मशीन भेंट की। इस हॉस्पिटल में अब 25 मशीनें हो गई हैं और दिन भर में 50 लोगों का डायलिसिस हो सकता है।खेल-खेल में: स्तंभ फाउंडेशन ने आदिवासी क्षेत्र चालतवड, जिला पालघर के आदिवासी पाडे में हल्दी कुमकुम और खेलों का आयोजन किया, जिसमें 100 से अधिक महिलाओं ने भाग लिया। पास ही वनवासी कल्याण आश्रम है, जहां 40 बच्चे रहते हैं। यहां चावल, आटा, दाल, पोहा, रवा, कड़धान्य, तेल, नमक, घी, मसाला, बिस्किट्स, खारी, किताबें, रंग, पेन, गेम, थाली, ग्लास, और कंबल-स्वेटर बांटे गए। सामाजिक संस्था 'एकता मंच' के अध्यक्ष अजय कौल ने 3 महीने पहले जरूरतमंद, गरीब और असहाय लोगों के लिए रोज एक वक्त 'मुफ्त रोटी-भाजी योजना' की शुरुआत 50 लोगों के साथ मिलकर की थी। मुंबई के विभिन्न इलाकों में यह खाना डब्बेवाला विलास शिंदे और उनके सहयोगियों ने पहुंचाया। अब इस संस्था से अन्य लोग भी जुड़ रहे हैं। रोज 50 लोगों तक भोजन पहुंचता। कौल ने बताया कि और अधिक लोगों को जोड़ने के लिए चिल्ड्रन वेलफेयर सेंटर हाई स्कूल के वार्षिक उत्सव में 17 फरवरी को आग्रह किया जाएगा।
2018-02-12Ulhasnagar Towing: Traffic constable suspended for assaulting ... - Local Press Co
Ulhasnagar Towing: Traffic constable suspended for assaulting elderly February 12, 2018 A day after citizens slammed the police department for the Ulhasnagar towing incident, wherein a constable slapped an elderly, Thane traffic police responded by suspending the official in question. According to police sources, Thane Traffic Deputy Commissioner of Police (DCP) Amit Kale suspended constable Baliram Patil for failing to take control the situation and manhandling the 55-year-old. The incident took place on Sunday when Patil towed a Honda Activa belonging to Jawahar Vasumal Lulla. While Lulla was trying to convince the constable, an argument ensued between the two. Things got out of hand after the elderly tried to stop the towing van from leaving, following which Patil got down from the van and slapped him.Although Lulla retaliated by slapping him back, the towing staff quickly cornered the Ulhasnagar-resident and began assaulting him. Locals came to Lulla’s aid, following which he was taken to the police station for questioning. He later complained of high blood pressure for which was taken to Central Hospital. Meanwhile, a non-cognizable complaint, for stopping a public servant from discharging his duty, was registered against Lulla at the Central police station. Incidentally, the towing incident was captured on tape by a bystander and uploaded to social media. The video quickly went viral and drew sharp critisism from netizens who demanded action against the official. “Even if a person parks in a no-parking zone, it does not give a police officer the right to slap him. The constable could have handled the situation better considering the owner was elderly and without resorting to violence,” an eye-witness told Local Press Co.
Ulhasnagar Towing: Traffic constable suspended for assaulting ... - Local Press Co
2018-02-12Video: Traffic cop, senior citizen exchange blows over two-wheeler towing in Ulhasnagar - Local Press Co
Video: Traffic cop, senior citizen exchange blows over two-wheeler towing in Ulhasnagar February 12, 2018 In a shocking incident, a traffic constable slapped a 65-year-old, who slapped him back, during an altercation over a two-wheeler’s towing in Ulhasnagar on Sunday afternoon. The incident was caught on camera by a bystander. The incident: In the video, Jawahar Vasumal Lulla can been seen trying to forcefully remove his two-wheeler from the towing vehicle after it has been loaded by the towing staff. While the staff holds on to the Honda Activa, traffic constable Baliram Patil approaches the front of the van to leave. But Lulla confronts him and asks him to release his vehicle, which leads to an argument.When Patil sits in the vehicle without paying any heed to the request, the Ulhasnagar-resident positions himself between the van’s door to stop it from closing. When the constable tries to push him away, the senior citizen holds his collar. The constable then gets down from the vehicle and slaps Lulla, who retaliates by slapping him back. In a matter of seconds, the towing staff gather around the two-wheeler owner and start assaulting him. Eventually, locals intervene and get them to stop. Lulla was subsequently detained by police for questioning.Police speak: “Lulla had parked in a no-parking zone near sector 17, Ulhasnagar. Since his Activa had already been towed by the time he arrived, the constable told him that it can only be let off if he pays the fine. But he did not budge,” an official told Local Press Co. “Since Lulla tried to stop the constable physically, he got down and slapped him. The owner then slapped the constable back,” he added.Meanwhile, an inquiry into the matter has been launched and a non-cognizable complaint, for stopping a public servant from discharging his duty, has been registered against Lulla at the Central police station. Ankit Goyal, Deputy Commissioner of Police (Zone 4) has also sought legal action against the culprit. Locals angry over mistreatment: After a video of the incident was uploaded to social media, many locals came forward to demand action against the constable for hitting a senior citizen. “Even if a person parks in a no-parking zone, it does not give a police officer the right to slap him. The constable could have handled the situation better considering the owner was elderly and without resorting to violence,” an eye-witness told Local Press Co. Lulla, according to reports, complained of high blood pressure and had to be shifted to Central Hospital in Ulhasnagar. He was discharged today morning. Some citizens also pointed out that the constable did not adhere to the guidelines laid out by authorities, who had earlier instructed officials to release the vehicle if its owner arrived while it was in the process of getting towed. Guidelines: Back in November, Joint Commissioner (Traffic) Amitesh Kumar had laid a number of guidelines for towing of vehicles in Mumbai in a bid to reduce friction between motorists and cops. According to the guidelines, if the vehicle’s owner arrives while it is in the process of being towed, a fine without the towing charge should be recovered via e-challan and it should be let off. “We have brought in more clarity in the existing rules, particularly on when a vehicle can be towed and when it should not be towed as well as the collection of fees. We have also made it clear to our staff as well as towing agencies that they should tackle the situation tactfully and politely, ” Kumar had said.
Video: Traffic cop, senior citizen exchange blows over two-wheeler towing in Ulhasnagar - Local Press Co
2018-02-11Mumbai Police: 55-year-old trader tries to stop towing of 2-wheeler ... - Times of India
55-year-old trader tries to stop towing of 2-wheeler, thrashed by traffic cop, ‘aide’ Feb 12, 2018, 03:45 IST KALYAN: A 55-year-old trader was beaten up a traffic police constable and a towing company worker after he tried to stop them from towing away his two-wheeler from a market road in Ulhasnagar sector 17 on Sunday afternoon. A video of the incident, which has gone viral, shows Jawahar Lulla trying to stop his two-wheeler being loaded onto a towing vehicle, attempting to stop the van, and then being beaten up by constable BK Patil and his "aide". On Sunday night, Patil was transferred to the control room, pending enquiry. Lulla said the incident happened when left his two-wheeler on the roadside to go to a shop and add money to his mobile phone's balance. According to him, as he saw a towing firm staff lifting his two-wheeler, he rushed out and asked him to stop. "I was ready to pay fine on the spot, but the towing firm staffer refused to listen," Lulla told TOI.So, he approached Patil who was sitting in the front, but he, too, refused to release the two-wheeler. As the vehicle started moving, Lulla continued with his request, but Patil asked him to go to the police station. The video shows Patil getting down and then suddenly slapping Lulla during what appears to be an argument. As Lulla responds with a slap, the towing firm workers is seen in the video joining Patil in manhandling him. Lulla, a heart and diabetes patient, was admitted to state-run Central hospital in Ulhasnagar. Patil was unavailable for comment as his phone was switched off. The Central police in Ulhasnagar said Patil and Lulla lodged complaints against each other.
Mumbai Police: 55-year-old trader tries to stop towing of 2-wheeler ... - Times of India
2018-02-11Thane traffic cop tows scooter, slaps owner, man slaps back - Hindustan Times
Thane traffic cop tows scooter, slaps owner, man slaps back An inquiry into the matter has been initiated and a non-cognizable complaint has been registered against the accused at the Central police station. MUMBAI Updated: Feb 12, 2018 00:57 IST A 50-year-old man allegedly slapped a traffic police constable after the latter slapped him while he was towing the man’s two-wheeler at Ulhasnagar on Sunday afternoon. The accused, Jawahar Vasumal Lulla, a resident of Ulhasnagar, was detained for questioning. An inquiry into the matter has been initiated and a non-cognizable complaint has been registered against the accused at the Central police station. A video of the man slapping traffic constable S Patil has been circulated on Whatsapp by a local resident.“Lulla had parked his Activa on the road side which was a no-parking zone. After giving a warning, Patil towed Lulla’s Activa”. As Patil towed the two-wheeler, Lulla held the door of the towing van. “The driver of the towing van drove the vehicle for a few metres. Lulla kept forcing Patil to release his Activa. Patil kept asking Lulla to pay fine and but Lulla was not in no mood to listen. After Patil stopped the towing van and got off, Patil slapped Lulla and in return Lulla slapped Patil”, said an inspector of the Central police station. After this, a passer-by who witnessed the incident rushed to the spot and the matter was taken to the police station. Deputy commissioner of police, zone 4, Ankit Goyal said “We are looking in to the matter and we have also got the video which was taken by some passerby. We will take legal action against the culprit”.
Thane traffic cop tows scooter, slaps owner, man slaps back - Hindustan Times
2018-02-09Co-op bank's ex-CEO booked for Rs 26 crore forgery - Times of India
Co-op bank's ex-CEO booked for Rs 26 crore forgery Updated: Feb 10, 2018, 04:57 IST ULHASNAGAR: Konark co-operative bank ex-CEO Ramesh Makhija has been booked for allegedly tampering with a customer's account and sanctioning an overdraft facility of nearly Rs 26 crore to 16 companies by forging documents. Makhija was booked under IPC sections related to cheating and forgery after bank customer Nirmal Bhatia approached Central police station on Thursday and submitted documents allegedly forged by Makhija. Bhatia said that he and his partners, Satish and Harish Harchabi, have an account at the bank and an overdraft facility of Rs 6 crore. He had pledged property documents with the bank too. Bhatia alleged that Makhija misused the documents and tampered with his account to fraudulently sanction the amount under the overdraft facility, police said. The "fraud" has been going on since March 2015 but he noticed it only recently. Inspector Shashank Meher said an FIR was being registered and action will be initiated after a detailed probe. Makhija told TOI he had quit his post six months back and he had been falsely implicated by the complainant as he had sealed his property for not paying dues of Rs 13 crore. Makhija said the complainant gave 22 other bank employees' names in the complaint but the FIR was being registered only against him. A bank director said, "Police are being one-sided without hearing us though we have not done anything wrong." Pradeep Gupta
Co-op bank
2018-02-09Bank CEO booked for tampering with accounts and getting sanctioned overdraft to Rs 25.60 cr - United News of India
Bank CEO booked for tampering with accounts and getting sanctioned overdraft to Rs 25.60 cr Posted at: Feb 9 2018 1:56PM Thane, Feb 9 (UNI) The CEO of a co-operative bank from Thane district has been booked on the alleged charges of tampering with the account of a bank customer and sanctioning overdraft facility of Rs 25. 60 crore to fake accounts, police said. An offence under sections 420,465,467,468,471 rw 34 of the IPC has been registered with the Central Police station under Ulhasnagar division on Thursday based on the complaint by the Ulhasnagar-based businessman the police said. According to the complaint, he had to facilitate over draft facilities to the tune of Rs 6 crore to his two friends pleaded his property documents with the bank. The CEO misused these documents and cooked up records and sanctioned overdraft facilities to as many as 16 companies.
Bank CEO booked for tampering with accounts and getting sanctioned overdraft to Rs 25.60 cr - United News of India
2018-02-08उल्हासनगर पालिकेवर पुन्हा आणला जनाजा - Lokmat
उल्हासनगर पालिकेवर पुन्हा आणला जनाजा कबरस्तानची मागणी पूर्ण नसल्याच्या संतापातून गुरुवारी पुन्हा उल्हासनगर महापालिकेवर जनाजा आणण्यात आला. संतप्त मुस्लिमांनी लवकरात लवकर कबरस्तानसाठी जागा मिळावी, अशी मागणी केली. Published: February 9, 2018 02:39 AM | Updated: February 9, 2018 02:39 AM उल्हासनगर : कबरस्तानची मागणी पूर्ण नसल्याच्या संतापातून गुरुवारी पुन्हा उल्हासनगर महापालिकेवर जनाजा आणण्यात आला. संतप्त मुस्लिमांनी लवकरात लवकर कबरस्तानसाठी जागा मिळावी, अशी मागणी केली. आठवडाभरात याच विषयावर पालिकेच्या आवारात जनाजा आण्याण्याची ही दुसरी घटना आहे. त्यामुळे पालिका आयुक्तांनी शुक्रवारी मुस्लिम समाजातील प्रतिष्ठित नागरिकांना या विषयावर तोडगा काढण्यासाठी चर्चेला बोलावल्याची माहिती मैनुद्दीन शेख यांनी दिली. मृतदेह घेऊन एका शहारातून दुसºया शहरात जाण्यासाठी होणारा खर्च, दंड अशी दुहेरी कोंडी होते. या प्रकाराने शहरातील मुस्लिम अस्वस्थ आहेत. गेली २५ ते ३० वर्षे ते कबरस्तानची मागणी ते करत आहेत. त्यासाठी आंदोलने झाली. मोर्चा काढला गेला. राज्य सरकारकडे पाठपुरावा झाला. न्यायालयाचे दरवाजे ठोठावले. अखेर न्यायालय आणि राज्य सरकारच्या आदेशानुसार महापालिकेने कबरस्तानसाठी जागा देण्याचे आदेश महापालिकेला दिले. त्यानंतरही जागा ताब्यात येत नसल्याने गुरूवारी सी ब्लॉकमधील हाजी मोसिन खान यांचा जनाजा महापालिके समोर आणून पुन्हा कबरस्तानची मागणी झाली. त्यामुळे आयुक्तांनी या विषयावर चर्चेसाठी समाजातील व्यक्तींना बोलावले आहे. त्यात काही तोडगा निघण्याची अपेक्षा आहे. जनाजा पाहून नकार उल्हासनगर शहरात कबरस्तान नसल्याने मुस्लिमांना दफनविधीसाठी जनाजा घेऊन अंबरनाथ किंवा कल्याणला जावे लागते. उल्हासनगरातील जनाजा दिसल्यावर तेथील कबरस्तानात नकार दिला जातो. प्रसंगी दंड आकारला जातो.
उल्हासनगर पालिकेवर पुन्हा आणला जनाजा - Lokmat
2018-02-07Ulhasnagar advocate registers case against 'pollution causing tanker driver' - Mid-Day
Ulhasnagar advocate registers case against 'pollution causing tanker driver' Feb 07, 2018, 11:13 IST | Faisal Tandel A 40-year-old advocate from Ulhasnagar has registered a case against a tanker driver for pollutionThe lawyer spotted a chemical leaking from the tanker A 40-year-old advocate from Ulhasnagar has registered a case against a tanker driver for pollution. He found the tanker was leaking a chemical on the road, and this could have led to an accident. According to police, the complainant, Prahlad Narayan Sonawane, said that he was riding home on February 5, at around 9:30pm near the Shahad 10 Jakat Naka, when he saw that a tanker ahead was leaking a chemical. Sonawane said, "I sped up and informed the driver about the leak. But he didn't respond and sped away. The tanker jumped on speed breakers, resulting in sparks from the chemical. The chemical also went into my eyes causing vision issues for some time." He was accompanied by his colleague. Sonawane soon caught up with the tanker driver. He claimed he stopped him at the Jakat Naka and took him to a police station nearby. A case has been registered at Ulhasnagar police station under Sections 337 (Causing hurt by act endangering life or personal safety of others) and 278 (Making atmosphere noxious to health) of the Indian Penal Code. "We have registered a case and will check how dangerous the chemical is, and whether it was being transported with permissions," said a senior official from Ulhasnagar police station. 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2018-02-07Pharmacists to help detect cancer - The Hindu
Pharmacists to help detect cancer MUMBAI, FEBRUARY 07, 2018 00:00 IST UPDATED: FEBRUARY 07, 2018 04:25 IST To look out for repeat customers who may need immediate medical intervention After tuberculosis, pharmacists in the city are now ticking cancer on their to-do list, sniffing out cases for early detection. Here’s how the proposed model works: The Indian Pharmaceutical Association (IPA) has tied up with the Indian Cancer Society (ICS) to sensitise pharmacists about various types of cancer and their symptoms. The pharmacists will in turn sensitise their customers and keep a lookout for repeat customers who may need immediate medical intervention. On January 22, 75 pharmacists participated in the first round of training in Kalyan. Similar sessions have been planned in parts of Mumbai, Ulhasnagar and Navi Mumbai. Manjiri Gharat, vice president of the IPA, explains the reasoning behind applying the TB model. He says, “The utility of a chemist in early detection of diseases has been well-established in the TB programme. Cancer is spreading like an epidemic and a large number of cases are diagnosed in the third and fourth stage.” In the TB model, which ran in Mumbai, Navi Mumbai and Thane in 2011, pharmacists kept a close watch on patients who turned up regularly to buy medicines for fever and persistent cough and had visible weight loss. They would go one step further, motivating patients to go in for a check-up. Many of them were even enrolled to become directly observed treatment short course providers, which is the medication for TB. As many as 20% of suspected TB cases that pharmacists referred to doctors were found to be positive, and pharmacists are hoping to replicate the success rate here as well. Especially in the case of cancer, early detection not only improves survival rates, but also cuts treatment costs – in later stages, patients require aggressive treatment or could receive only palliative care. The Indian Council of Medical Research has predicted 17.3 lakh new cases of cancer and over 8.8 lakh deaths due to the disease by 2020. Just as they did with TB, pharmacists will take similar position in their cancer watchtowers, observing if a tobacco user makes several visits for ulcers medication, complains of patches inside the mouth, or whether a patient has an abnormal swelling or persistent constipation. Sheila Nair, Director General of the ICS, said in many cases, a person lands up at a chemist before the family physician. “A chemist is simply viewed as a trader. However, he can bring about a lot of change with the reach he has.” The ICS has created cancer awareness leaflets for chemists to distribute, and will put up hoardings too. The chemists, on their part, are pleased with the formula to boost their image. Says Sagar Kulkarni, Vice President of the Kalyan Chemists and Druggists Association, “When patients come to us seeking over-the-counter medications repeatedly, we know something is wrong. While many of us motivate them to see a doctor, the training will help us in being more coherent.” Mr. Kulkarni, who runs a medical store in Kalyan (West), was involved in the TB model as well; he had provided medication to 80 patients in three years. While cancer cells are stopped in their tracks, the goodwill can only multiply.
Pharmacists to help detect cancer - The Hindu
2018-02-07Mentally challenged man runs out of hospital, gets hit by tempo, dies near Mumbai - Hindustan Times
Mentally challenged man runs out of hospital, gets hit by tempo, dies near Mumbai The man was running along the highway when the tempo hit him MUMBAI Updated: Feb 08, 2018 00:52 IST A 25-year-old mentally challenged man died after he ran out of a hospital and got hit by a tempo at Ulhasnagar on Tuesday afternoon. Police said the victim, Panchu Jangla Roy, lived in Jharkhand. He came to Kalyan three days ago to seek treatment for a throat infection and headache and had been staying at a relative’s house. On Tuesday morning, Roy began hitting himself, saying his throat and head were hurting. His relative restrained him and took him to Central Hospital in Ulhasnagar.After receiving treatment he said he was feeling better. His relative took him back home. However, he started hitting himself once more. “His relative brought him back to the hospital. While the doctors were examining him, he jumped off the bed, hit his relative, ran to the garbage bin and picked up two glass bottles. He began threatening everyone in the ward with them,” said Gorakhsnath Wagh, police sub inspector from Central police station in Ulhasnagar. Roy ran out of the hospital. Police said security guards made no attempt to stop him. “Roy was running along the highway when the tempo hit him. Tempo driver Raju Hiralal Dange, 36, hit the brakes, but Roy’s head got crushed under the rear tyre,” said Wagh. Police arrested Dange, an Ulhasnagar resident, under sections of the Indian Penal Code and Motor Vehicle Act. He was produced in court and sent to magistrate custody.
Mentally challenged man runs out of hospital, gets hit by tempo, dies near Mumbai - Hindustan Times
2018-02-07Prakash Mehta removed as Raigad's guardian minister - The Hindu
Prakash Mehta removed as Raigad’s guardian minister FEBRUARY 07, 2018 23:40 IST UPDATED: FEBRUARY 08, 2018 06:35 IST Under Lokayukta scanner for SRA irregularities; Ravindra Chavan takes charge Mumbai: Facing a Lokayukta probe over alleged irregularities in clearing a Slum Rehabilitation Authority (SRA) proposal, Housing Minister Prakash Mehta was on Wednesday removed from the post of guardian minister of Raigad district. A relatively new face from the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and Minister of State for Ports, IT, Medical Education, and Food and Consumer Protection, Ravindra Chavan, was appointed in his place. According to sources, the move was inevitable as Mr. Mehta is alleged to have made no visits to the district, nor had he attended district planning meetings in his capacity as the guardian minister. Mr. Mehta’s alleged sour relations with Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis also played a role in his ouster. Raigad is one of the most important districts in terms of attracting investments and projects from the industrial development point of view. Mr. Fadnavis had ordered a Lokayukta probe in Mr. Mehta’s case following news reports that the minister had cleared an SRA proposal, which allowed the transfer of extra building rights granted to slum dwellers at M. P. Mill compound, to a scheme for project-affected people. Mr. Mehta had allegedly noted on a file that the change had been informed to the CM. Mr. Chavan, MLA from Dombivli, was in-charge of party affairs for the municipal corporation elections at Kalyan-Dombivli, Ulhasnagar, Mira-Bhayander, Panvel, and Bhiwandi. The party won in all, but Bhiwandi. This is the second change of guardian ministers in a week. Shiv Sena leader and Transport Minister Divakar Raote was removed from the post of Osmanabad’s guardian minister and replaced by Sena’s Minister of State, Arjun Khotkar.
2018-02-07Customs sleuths find gold worth Rs 22 lakh on cousins - Times of India
Customs sleuths find gold worth Rs 22 lakh on cousins Updated: Feb 8, 2018, 11:00 IST PUNE: Two cousin sisters arriving from the United Arab Emirates (UAE) on different flights on Wednesday landed in the customs net at the Pune airport with Rs 21.76-lakh gold and saffron worth Rs 1 lakh. Sheikh Nikhat Zainuddin and Romana Zubair Sheikh, both from Mumbai, had left for the UAE on February 2. They were carrying the gold, weighing 699.84g, in the form of bangles that had a hard and colourful plastic cover. "Nikhat reached Pune from Abu Dhabi on a Jet Airways flight (9W-513) around 3:30am. Romana arrived from Dubai on a SpiceJet flight (SG-52) around an hour later. It takes almost an hour for the passengers to get their immigration and customs checks done. While Nikhat was undergoing the checks, Romana had reached the customs check counter. They were arrested almost simultaneously," , deputy commissioner (Pune international airport) Bharat Nawale said. "The duo taking two flights seems to be a new modus operandi to evade the customs authorities. We didn't have any prior tip-off about them. They were caught due to suspicion and strict checking," he told TOI. The officer said the customs authorities found eight bangles, four on each of them. "The bangles were made in a way that they resembled the ones made in Jaipur. Such bangles are popular among women for the bright colours and designs. The seized bangles had a plastic cover on them and the two women had kept those covered with their clothing," Nawale said. Customs officials said the duo had gone to Dubai with job offers. "It seems that they had no clue that they were smuggling gold with them. Both their check-in bags looked almost identical with similar objects inside — gifts, dry fruits, chocolates." When the bags were thoroughly checked and scanned, 1kg of saffron was found. Women officers were asked to frisk them, They found that the weight of their bangles was unusually more. On suspicion, the plastic cover of the bangles was removed and the gold was out in the open. "All the bangles are made of 24 carat gold," Nawale said. The women told the investigators that they had been asked to deliver the belongings to a person called Amaan. The officer said, "We took the duo out of the airport with our men in plain clothes. But it seems that the person waiting for them outside got a whiff of the development by then and fled the spot." He quoted the women as saying that they had been put in a hotel, Al Sadiq, in the Deira area of Dubai. "On Tuesday, a person came to them and handed them the belongings. Investigation is on," the officer said. A senior customs officer said the authorities were keeping a close watch on international fliers originating some specific places to intensify efforts to check smuggling. "Last year, three of the seven people arrested for smuggling gold through the Pune airport were from two places — Bhatkal in Karnataka and Ulhasnagar in Thane district. The authorities are carrying out a detailed profiling of passengers hailing from at least five places. We want to foil all attempts of smuggling at the Pune airport," the official told TOI. Records available with the officials reveal that 20 smuggling cases were detected and seven persons arrested last year. "Our observations about the places the smugglers originally belong to are not new. However, the kingpins of the smuggling rackets are extremely smart and know the areas under our scanner for passenger profiling," the official said. "The kingpins are now changing their modus operandi. We have come cases, in which the carrier was picked up from north Indian states," he added.Another concern area of the customs officials has always been the innovative methods the smugglers adopt to carry out the crime. After concealing gold in the handles of trolley bags, hotplates and even electronic items over the years, the smugglers had even concealed the yellow metal in babies' diapers. In December last year, the customs authorities at the Pune airport recovered gold worth almost Rs 18lakh that was concealed as diaper buttons from a male passenger coming from Dubai. The passenger from Mumbai was caught with a total of 48 diapers in his luggage. A close check revealed that the buttons on the diapers were made of gold.
2018-02-06Pharmacists to help detect cancer - The Hindu - The Hindu
Pharmacists to help detect cancer MUMBAI, FEBRUARY 07, 2018 00:10 IST UPDATED: FEBRUARY 07, 2018 07:02 IST To look out for repeat customers who may need immediate medical intervention After tuberculosis, pharmacists in the city are now ticking cancer on their to-do list, sniffing out cases for early detection. Here’s how the proposed model works: The Indian Pharmaceutical Association (IPA) has tied up with the Indian Cancer Society (ICS) to sensitise pharmacists about various types of cancer and their symptoms. The pharmacists will in turn sensitise their customers and keep a lookout for repeat customers who may need immediate medical intervention. On January 22, 75 pharmacists participated in the first round of training in Kalyan. Similar sessions have been planned in parts of Mumbai, Ulhasnagar and Navi Mumbai. Manjiri Gharat, vice president of the IPA, explains the reasoning behind applying the TB model. He says, “The utility of a chemist in early detection of diseases has been well-established in the TB programme. Cancer is spreading like an epidemic and a large number of cases are diagnosed in the third and fourth stage.” In the TB model, which ran in Mumbai, Navi Mumbai and Thane in 2011, pharmacists kept a close watch on patients who turned up regularly to buy medicines for fever and persistent cough and had visible weight loss. They would go one step further, motivating patients to go in for a check-up. Many of them were even enrolled to become directly observed treatment short course providers, which is the medication for TB. As many as 20% of suspected TB cases that pharmacists referred to doctors were found to be positive, and pharmacists are hoping to replicate the success rate here as well. Especially in the case of cancer, early detection not only improves survival rates, but also cuts treatment costs – in later stages, patients require aggressive treatment or could receive only palliative care. The Indian Council of Medical Research has predicted 17.3 lakh new cases of cancer and over 8.8 lakh deaths due to the disease by 2020. Just as they did with TB, pharmacists will take similar position in their cancer watchtowers, observing if a tobacco user makes several visits for ulcers medication, complains of patches inside the mouth, or whether a patient has an abnormal swelling or persistent constipation. These can be the early signs of cancer of the mouth, intestine and so on. Sheila Nair, Director General of the ICS, said in many cases, a person lands up at a chemist before the family physician. “A chemist is simply viewed as a trader. However, he can bring about a lot of change with the reach he has.” The ICS has created cancer awareness leaflets for chemists to distribute, and will put up hoardings too. The chemists, on their part, are pleased with the formula to boost their image. Says Sagar Kulkarni, Vice President of the Kalyan Chemists and Druggists Association, “When patients come to us seeking over-the-counter medications repeatedly, we know something is wrong. While many of us motivate them to see a doctor, the training will help us in being more coherent.” Mr. Kulkarni, who runs a medical store in Kalyan (West), was involved in the TB model as well; he had provided medication to 80 patients in three years. While cancer cells are stopped in their tracks, the goodwill can only multiply. If the project clicks in Thane district, it promises to spread to parts of Mumbai and other states as well.
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2018-02-05Thane: 13-year-old girl abducted by two youths in Ulhasnagar, rescues herself and returns home - Free Press Journal
Thane: 13-year-old girl abducted by two youths in Ulhasnagar, rescues herself and returns home Feb 05, 2018 07:45 am Thane: A 13-year-old girl was abducted by two youths from her house in Ulhasnagar township in the district, police said on Sunday. However, the gritty teenager gave her captors a slip and returned her house late Saturday night, within hours after she was allegedly abducted, a police official said. The incident occurred on Saturday afternoon when the teenager, who was alone in her house, answered the door bell, he said. “The two unidentified youths standing at the door sprayed something on the face of the girl, following which she fell unconscious. The duo then abducted her on their motorcycle,” the official said quoting the complaint. The girl’s mother received a call from the unidentified duo on her mobile phone later in the afternoon. Meanwhile, the girl picked up a bottle and attacked her abductors who were forcing her to change her dress and escaped from the room where she was briefly taken to, he said. “As the girl was rushing towards her house, she spotted a friend of her father and appealed to him for help. However, before he could react, the abductor duo arrived at the spot and took her away,” the Vitthalwadi police station official said. The girl again rescued herself from the clutches of her abductors and returned home on Saturday night, he said. An FIR was registered against the duo under various sections of the IPC and further investigation is on.
Thane: 13-year-old girl abducted by two youths in Ulhasnagar, rescues herself and returns home - Free Press Journal
2018-02-05Mumbai: Fire breaks out in Mulund, Bhiwandi shops - Free Press Journal
Mumbai: Fire breaks out in Mulund, Bhiwandi shops Feb 05, 2018 08:53 am Mumbai: A fire broke out at an industrial estate in suburban Mulund on Saturday late night. A Control Room official said that the there were no report of injuries to anyone, adding that eight fire engines and an equal number of water tankers had been deployed to douse the fire. Meanwhile, in neighbouring Thane, firefighters brought brought a raging fire under control at a godown in Bhiwandi’s Mankoli Naka area. Fire teams from Bhiwandi, Ulhasnagar, Badlapur and Kalyan were engaged in the fire operations. There are no casualties, officials said.
Mumbai: Fire breaks out in Mulund, Bhiwandi shops - Free Press Journal
2018-02-05Mumbai: Teenager who went missing for 2 hours says she was kidnapped - Mid-Day
Mumbai: Teenager Who Went Missing For 2 Hours Says She Was Kidnapped Feb 05, 2018, 18:16 IST Victim Claims Two Bike-Borne Culprits Grabbed Her, Vitthalwadi Police Unconvinced Police are on the lookout for two bike-borne men, who allegedly kidnapped a 13-year-old girl in Ulhasnagar on Saturday. The teenager, who returned home after two hours, could not remember what happened to her when she was abducted, as she claimed she had become unconscious. Sources confirmed that the girl's family has now registered a complaint with the Vitthalwadi Police. According to the police sources, the incident took place around 1.45 pm on February 3, at Sector 26, Ulhasnagar IV. "The victim claimed that two bike-borne men, who were around 25 years of age, grabbed her and took her with them. However, she soon became unconscious. When she woke up two hours later, she was near her home. She then narrated the entire ordeal to her parents and a case was registered," said an official with the Vitthalwadi Police. A case has been registered at Vitthalwadi police station under section 363 (punishment for kidnapping) and 34 (common intention) of the Indian Penal Code. However, a source said that the cops are yet to verify the girl's claims. "The police suspect that the girl was in a relationship with someone in the locality and went to roam with him. But, after her parents questioned her on her disappearance, she might have concocted this story," said the source. When contacted, S Shirsat, senior police inspector, Vitthalwadi Police said, "We are investigating the case from all angles and will trace the accused soon."
Mumbai: Teenager who went missing for 2 hours says she was kidnapped - Mid-Day
2018-02-05साई पक्षाने भाजपाचा पाठिंबा काढण्याचा इशारा दिल्याने उल्हासनगरच्या राजकारणात ... - Lokmat
साई पक्षाने भाजपाचा पाठिंबा काढण्याचा इशारा दिल्याने उल्हासनगरच्या राजकारणात शिवसेना किंगमेकर? सत्तेत असूनही आर्थिक नाड्या हाती येत नसल्याच्या नाराजीतून साई पक्षाने भाजपाचा पाठिंबा काढण्याचा इशारा दिल्याने उल्हासनगरच्या राजकारणात शिवसेना आपसूक किंगमेकर ठरण्याची शक्यता आहे. Published: February 6, 2018 02:45 AM | Updated: February 6, 2018 02:45 AM उल्हासनगर : सत्तेत असूनही आर्थिक नाड्या हाती येत नसल्याच्या नाराजीतून साई पक्षाने भाजपाचा पाठिंबा काढण्याचा इशारा दिल्याने उल्हासनगरच्या राजकारणात शिवसेना आपसूक किंगमेकर ठरण्याची शक्यता आहे. साई पक्ष असो की भाजपातील ओमी टीम सर्वांसाठी दरवाजे खुले असल्याचे सांगत शिवसेनेने उल्हासनगरच्या सत्तापालटात उडी घेतली आहे. पाठिंबा काढण्याच्या इशाºयानंतर साई पक्षाशी भाजपा नेत्यांनी चर्चा केली. पण मी समाधानी नाही, असे त्या पक्षाच्या नेत्यांनी जाहीर केल्याने उल्हासनगरमधील सत्तेचा तिढा सुटण्याऐवजी आणखी गुंतागुंतीचा बनला आहे. राष्ट्रवादी काँग्रेस, काँग्रेस, रिपब्लिकन पक्ष, पीपल्स रिपब्लिकन पक्ष, भारिपा हे सर्व शिवसेनेसोबत असल्याने शिवसेनेच्या गटाचे संख्याबळ ३४ आहे, तर भाजपा आणि ओमी टीमचे संख्याबळ ३३ आहे. त्यामुळे ११ सदस्य असलेला साई पक्ष ज्याच्यासोबत जाईल, तो पक्ष सत्तेत येईल, हे गृहीत आहे. मात्र सत्तेत असून, मुख्यमंत्र्यांनी आश्वासन देऊनही आर्थिक पॅकेज मिळत नसल्याने नसल्याने साई पक्ष नाराज आहे. आजवर वेळोवेळी साई पक्षाने मोजक्या सदस्यांच्या बळावर उल्हासनगरच्या सत्तेत विविध पक्षांना खेळवले. तोच प्रयोग नव्याने सुरू झाला आहे. त्यामुळे ओमी टीमच्या भाजपा प्रवेशापासून साई पक्षाला सत्तेत घेण्यापर्यंत सत्तेचे सर्व मोहरे हाताळणारे राज्यमंत्री रवींद्र चव्हाण यांच्याशी साई पक्षाच्या नेत्यांची चर्चा घडवण्यात आली. भाजपाचे जिल्हाध्यक्ष कुमार आयलानी, महापौर मीना आयलानी यांच्यासोबत ही चर्चा झाली. ती ७० टक्के यशस्वी झाल्याचे आयलानी म्हणाले. पण साई पक्षाचे सर्वेसर्वा जीवन इदनानी यांनी मात्र चर्चेनंतर मी समाधानी नसल्याचे सांगत एकप्रकारे चर्चा फिसकटल्याचेच स्पष्ट केले. मी महिनाभराची मुदत दिली आहे. आता निर्णय भाजपाने घ्यायचा आहे, असे त्यांनी स्पष्ट केले. भाजपाशी सत्तासंगत सोडल्यानंतर साई पक्ष सत्तेशिवाय राहणार नाही. तो शिवसेनेसोबत जाईल, असे मानले जाते. त्यामुळे शिवसेनेने साई पक्ष, ओमी टीम या दोघांचेही स्वागत केले आहे. भक्कम संख्याबळ राखून असलेल्या ओमी टीमने भाजपासोबत असल्याची भूमिका घेतली आहे. नगरसेविका सविता तोरणे-रगडे वगळता त्यांचे नगरसेवक भाजपाच्या चिन्हावर निवडून आल्याने त्यांना पक्षात फूट पाडून बाहेर पडावे लागेल. त्यामुळे भाजपानेही सव्वा वर्षाच्या महापौरपदाचे ओमी टीमला दिलेले आश्वासन पाळणार असल्याचे सांगत त्यांना शांत केले आहे. एकेकाळी उल्हासनगरच्या सत्तेच्या केंद्रस्थानी राहिलेल्या कलानी कुटुंबाचे राजकीय भवितव्य, त्यांचे महापौरपद सध्या तरी राज्यमंत्री रवींद्र चव्हाण यांच्या हाती आहे. साई पक्षामुळे ओमी टीमला वारंवार डावलल्याची भावना त्या टीममध्ये आहे. त्यामुळे साई पक्षाने पाठिंबा काढण्याचा दिलेला इशारा त्यांच्या पथ्यावर पडला आहे. शिवसेनेने जरी अप्रत्यक्षरित्या ओमी टीमला भाजपातून बाहेर पडून स्वतंत्र गट स्थापन करण्यास सुचवले असले तरी ओमी कलानी यांना अजूनही सव्वा वर्षाच्या महापौरपदाचे आपल्याला दिलेले आश्वासन पाळले जाईल, असा विश्वास वाटतो. त्यामुळे त्यांनी राज्यमंत्री चव्हाण यांच्या नेतृत्तवावर विश्वास व्यक्त करत तूर्त तरी बंडाचा पवित्रा घेणार नसल्याचे दाखवून दिले. >साईची सद्दी संपवण्याची मागणी मोजक्या नगरसेवकांच्या बळावर दरवेळी साई पक्ष सत्ताधाºयांना वेठीला धरून आपल्याला हवे ते आर्थिक लाभ पदरात पाडून घेतो. त्यातून उल्हासनगरमध्ये सत्ता टिकवता येते, पण शहर आणखी गाळात जाते. ठेकेदारच राज्य करतात. त्यामुळे राज्यातील सत्तेप्रमाणेच शिवसेनेसोबत युती करावी आणि साई पक्षाची सद्दी संपवावी. सत्तेसाठीचे त्यांचे ब्लॅकमेलिंग थांबवावे, अशी भाजपातील एका गटाची भूमिका आहे. त्यामुळे भाजपा साई पक्षाची मनधरणी करते की मुख्यमंत्री देवेंद्र फडणवीस आणि शिवसेनेचे पक्षप्रमुख उद्धव ठाकरे यांच्यात चर्चा झाली, तर वेगळे राजकीय चित्र उभे राहू शकते. >टाळी देण्यास शिवसेना तयार शहराच्या विकासासाठी शिवसेनेची दारे सर्वांसाठी खुली असल्याची प्रतिक्रिया शहरप्रमुख राजेंद्र चौधरी यांनी दिली.ओमी टीमने भाजपातून बाहेर पडून वेगळा गट निर्माण करावा, तरच त्यांच्याशी पुढील वाटाघाटी करता येईल, असे त्यांनी स्पष्ट केले. साई पक्षाने हात पुढे केल्यास त्यांनाही शिवसेना टाळी देईल, असे सांगत चौधरी यांनी अप्रत्यक्षरित्या सत्तांतराचे संकेत दिले. >कोणाची काय भूमिका? प्रश्न ७० टक्के सुटला भाजपा समाधानी नाही साई पक्ष भाजपावर अजून विश्वास ओमी टीम सर्वांसाठी दरवाजे खुले शिवसेना
साई पक्षाने भाजपाचा पाठिंबा काढण्याचा इशारा दिल्याने उल्हासनगरच्या राजकारणात ... - Lokmat
2018-02-04Mumbai fire: Separate blazes break out in suburban Mulund, Bhiwandi; no casualties reported - Firstpost
Mumbai fire: Separate blazes break out in suburban Mulund, Bhiwandi; no casualties reported India PTI Feb 04, 2018 08:46:09 IST Mumbai: A fire broke out at an industrial estate in suburban Mulund late on Saturday night with officials of the BMC Disaster Control Room stating that fire-fighting operations were currently underway.A Control Room official said that the there were no reports of injuries to anyone, adding that eight fire engines and an equal number of water tankers had been deployed to douse the fire. "The fire erupted at some industrial shops in Shanti Agency in Mulund West around 9 pm. The cause of the fire is not yet known," an official said.Meanwhile, in neighbouring Thane, firefighters continued their efforts to bring under control a raging fire at a godown in Bhiwandi's Mankoli Naka area. Fire teams from Bhiwandi, Ulhasnagar, Badlapur and Kalyan were engaged in the fire operations since 3 am on Saturday, officials said. There are no casualties, officials said, adding that it could take some more time to douse the flames. Published Date: Feb 04, 2018 08:46 AM | Updated Date: Feb 04, 2018 08:46 AM
Mumbai fire: Separate blazes break out in suburban Mulund, Bhiwandi; no casualties reported - Firstpost
2018-02-04Stray dog brutally assaults 2-year-old boy, 6 others in Ulhasnagar - Mid-Day
Stray Dog Brutally Assaults 2-Year-Old Boy, 6 Others In Ulhasnagar Feb 04, 2018, 16:30 IST A 2-Year-Old From Ulhasnagar Was Injured After He Suffered A Bite By A Stray Dog. More Than Six People Were Injured In The Attack From The Stray Who Had Badly Injured The Face Of The MinorA 2-year-old from Ulhasnagar was injured after he suffered a bite by a stray dog. More than six people were injured in the attack from the stray who had badly injured the face of the minor. The boy was initially treated at the Central hospital in Ulhasnagar who referred him to Mumbai's Sion hospital but was later taken to KEM as his injuries were severe where he is currently undergoing treatment.According to police, the incident took place on Thursday evening, behind the Hill Line police station at a housing society, where the victim Kunal Vinod Nikam, was playing outside his residence. The dog bit him between his forehead and eyes. More than 6 people were attacked by the mentally unstable stray. The locals who were shocked by the assault followed the animal and brutally beat the beast to death near Manera village.
Stray dog brutally assaults 2-year-old boy, 6 others in Ulhasnagar - Mid-Day
2018-02-04Dramatic escape! How a 13-yr-old girl gave her captors a slip and ... - Times Now
Dramatic escape! How a 13-yr-old girl gave her captors a slip and returned home Updated: Feb 04, 2018 | 15:40 IST Thane: A 13-year-old girl was abducted by two youths from her house in Ulhasnagar township in the district, police said on Sunday. However, the gritty teenager gave her captors a slip and returned her house late last night, within hours after she was allegedly abducted, a police official said.The incident occurred on Saturday afternoon when the teenager, who was alone in her house, answered the doorbell, he said. "The two unidentified youths standing at the door sprayed something on the face of the girl, following which she fell unconscious. The duo then abducted her on their motorcycle," the official said quoting the complaint. The girl's mother received a call from the unidentified duo on her mobile phone later in the afternoon. Meanwhile, the girl picked up a bottle and attacked her abductors who were forcing her to change her dress and escaped from the room where she was briefly taken to, he said. "As the girl was rushing towards her house, she spotted a friend of her father and appealed to him for help. However, before he could react, the abductor duo arrived at the spot and took her away," the Vitthalwadi police station official said. The girl again rescued herself from the clutches of her abductors and returned home last night, he said. An FIR was registered against the duo under various sections of the IPC and further investigation is on.
Dramatic escape! How a 13-yr-old girl gave her captors a slip and ... - Times Now
2018-02-03Sindhi migrants in Pimpri to receive their land deeds - Times of India
Sindhi migrants in Pimpri to receive their land deeds Updated: Feb 4, 2018, 12:27 IST PIMPRI CHINCHWAD: The state government has initiated the process of distributing land titles to Sindhi migrants, who came here from Pakistan after the Partition. The move is likely to benefit people living in 36 Sindhi colonies across the state. The state government has directed Pune collector Saurabh Rao and Pimpri Chinchwad Municipal Corporation municipal commissioner Shravan Hardikar to conduct a survey of Sindhi families who migrated from Sindh province in Pakistan and were rehabilitated in Pimpri camp. Speaking to TOI, Shahjahan Mulani, under secretary, state revenue department, said, "The decision to conduct the survey of Sindhi migrants residing in Pimpri was taken at the meeting held by state revenue minister Chandrakant Patil.""No time limit has been given for completion of the surve," said Mulani. Shiv Sena Pimpri MLA Gautam Chabukswar said, "A large number of people from Sindh province in Pakistan migrated to India after the Partition. They were settled in Maharashtra in 36 colonies, mostly in army barracks in Pimpri, Ulhasnagar, Jalgaon, Dhule, Kolhapur, Deolali(Nashik), Amravati, Nagpur, Gondia, Mumbai and Thane. A decision was taken in 1971 to give title deeds of land on which they had settled. A large number of migrants tried to obtain these deeds but only a few succeeded. The members of Sindhi community have been demanding the title deeds for several decades." Vijaysingh Deshmukh, deputy collector, Pune, said, "The government will take a decision after the survey." "Displaced People's Act has been repealed. So action can be taken only under Maharashtra Land Revenue Code (MLRC) under which encroachments can be regularised," he said.
2018-02-03Villagers near Mumbai kill dog after it attacks two-year-old boy - NYOOOZ
Villagers near Mumbai kill dog after it attacks two-year-old boy Friday | 2nd February, 2018 A two-year-old boy from Ulhasnagar was attacked and bitten by a stray dog on Thursday. Kunal Nikam’s face has severe injuries. He was initially taken to Central hospital but as it was unable to treat rabies, he was shifted to Sion hospital and then to KEM Hospital in Parel. After attacking the boy, the dog attacked other residents in the area. The villagers killed the stray dog. On Thursday, Nikam was playing outside his house when the stray dog attacked him and bit his face more than five times. “The dog then attacked five other residents and bitt them,” said a police officer from Vitthalwadi police station. A resident of Ulhasnagar said, “Nikam’s father ran to his rescue and managed to drive away the dog. Later, a group of residents carrying bamboos, stones and other sharp object started beating up the dog, who died after some time.” A police officer from Vitthalwadi police station said, “We have taken a note of the incident.”
Villagers near Mumbai kill dog after it attacks two-year-old boy - NYOOOZ
2018-02-02Villagers near Mumbai kill dog after it attacks two-year-old boy - Hindustan Times
Villagers near Mumbai kill dog after it attacks two-year-old boy After attacking the boy, the dog attacked other residents in the area. MUMBAI Updated: Feb 03, 2018 01:06 IST A two-year-old boy from Ulhasnagar was attacked and bitten by a stray dog on Thursday. Kunal Nikam’s face has severe injuries. He was initially taken to Central hospital but as it was unable to treat rabies, he was shifted to Sion hospital and then to KEM Hospital in Parel. After attacking the boy, the dog attacked other residents in the area. The villagers killed the stray dog. On Thursday, Nikam was playing outside his house when the stray dog attacked him and bit his face more than five times. “The dog then attacked five other residents and bitt them,” said a police officer from Vitthalwadi police station. A resident of Ulhasnagar said, “Nikam’s father ran to his rescue and managed to drive away the dog. Later, a group of residents carrying bamboos, stones and other sharp object started beating up the dog, who died after some time.” A police officer from Vitthalwadi police station said, “We have taken a note of the incident.”
Villagers near Mumbai kill dog after it attacks two-year-old boy - Hindustan Times
2018-02-02उल्हासनगरात पिसाळलेल्या कुत्र्याचा ६ जणांना चावा, मुलांची मृत्यूशी झुंज - Lokmat
उल्हासनगरात पिसाळलेल्या कुत्र्याचा ६ जणांना चावा, मुलांची मृत्यूशी झुंज शहरात पिसाळलेल्या कुत्र्याने घेतलेल्या चाव्यात २ वर्षाचा कुणाल निकम गंभीर जखमी झाला. Published: February 2, 2018 03:25 PM | Updated: February 2, 2018 06:47 PM उल्हासनगर- शहरात पिसाळलेल्या कुत्र्याने घेतलेल्या चाव्यात २ वर्षाचा कुणाल निकम गंभीर जखमी झाला. मुंबईतील केईएम रूग्णालयात त्याच्यावर उपचार सुरू असून मृत्यूशी झुंज देत आहे. संतप्त नागरिकांनी कुत्र्याला मारून टाकले आहे. उल्हासनगर कॅम्प नं-५, हिललाईल पोलिस ठाण्याच्या मागे कुणाल विनोद निकम आई-वडिलांसह राहतो. गुरूवारी दुपारी पिसाळलेला कुत्र्याने घरा समोर उभा असलेल्या कुणालवर अचानक हल्ला केला. कुत्र्याच्या चावेने कुणाल गंभीर जखंमी झाला असून त्याला प्रथम शहरातील खाजगी रूग्णालयासह मध्यवर्ती रूग्णालयात उपचारासाठी नेले. मात्र तब्येत गंभीर झाल्याने, मुंबईतील सायन रूग्णालयात हलविण्यात आले. सायन येथे रेबीज उपचाराची सोय नसल्याने, तेथून केईएम रूग्णालात नेले. बेशुध्द अवस्थेत असलेल्या कुणालवर उपचार सुरू असून तो मुत्यूशी झुंज देत आहे. याप्रकाराने परिसरात हळहळ व्यक्त होत आहे. पिसाळलेल्या कुत्र्याने कुणाल निकम यांच्यासह ६ जणांना चावा घेतल्याचे उघड झाले. परिसरातील संतप्त नागरिकांनी पिसाळलेल्या कुत्र्याला मारून टाकले. कुत्र्याचे पोस्टमार्टम करण्यात येणार असल्याची माहिती महापालिका आरोग्य विभागातून सांगण्यात आली. महापालिका वैघकिय अधिकारी डॉ राजा रिजवानी यांनी एका वर्षापुर्वी २ हजारा पेक्षा जास्त श्वानाची नसबंदी केल्याची माहिती दिली. तसेच रेबिजचे इंजेक्शन महापालिका मध्यवर्ती रूग्णालयासह आरोग्य केंद्र व नागरिकांना देते असल्याचे ते म्हणाले. मात्र कुत्र्याची संख्येवर महापालिकेने नियंत्रण मिळविली नसल्याची टिका शहरातून होत आहे.
उल्हासनगरात पिसाळलेल्या कुत्र्याचा ६ जणांना चावा, मुलांची मृत्यूशी झुंज - Lokmat
2018-02-01Gangster Suresh Pujari threatens next target following Bhiwandi shootout - Mid-Day
Gangster Suresh Pujari Threatens Next Target Following Bhiwandi Shootout Feb 01, 2018, 17:59 IST Gangster Suresh Pujari Terrorises His Next Target By Telling Him To Watch The News To See How His Gang Attacked A Hotel In Bhiwandi Recently Suresh Pujari gang's most recent attack is all over the news, but instead of keeping a low profile, the mobster is using his notoriety to drive terror into the heart of his next targets. One of these targets is a 55-year-old businessman from south Mumbai, who got a call from Pujari, warning him to watch the footage of the shootout at a Bhiwandi hotel on January 10.The businessman told the police, "He called me on the same day and asked me, 'Did you see the shootout on the news? It was done by my men.'" In his complaint, the businessman said that he had received threat calls a few days earlier as well, but did not take it seriously. "At first, when Pujari demanded R50 lakh from me, I thought it might be a prank call, but then he started abusing me and said he would put bullets in me. He said he knew my son too," said the complainant.
Gangster Suresh Pujari threatens next target following Bhiwandi shootout - Mid-Day
2018-02-01Mumbai: Bhiwandi fire razes 15 scrap godowns - Free Press Journal
Mumbai: Bhiwandi fire razes 15 scrap godowns Feb 01, 2018 07:54 am Mumbai: A major fire broke out at Bhiwandi on Wednesday morning which gutted 15 scrap godowns and six shanties at Gayatri Nagar. Five fire tenders from Bhiwandi, Ulhasnagar and Kalyan along with three ambulances rushed to the spot. According to Shanti Nagar police, “The control room received a call on Wednesday morning at 6 a.m. The fire was brought under control and cooling operation was carried out during the day.The godown owners were alerted soon after the fire incident.” According to a fire brigade official,”We rushed to the spot and evacuated the residents. As per preliminary investigations,the fire occurred due to a short circuit at a godown.” Nagar Ali, a resident said, “I suspect that the fire had started because of a short circuit. The fire officials reached an hour late. We lost our homes. The concerned authorities should look into the matter and provide us some help.”

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