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2020-02-2914 years on, two acquitted of rape of South African model in Mumbai - Times of India
14 years on, two acquitted of rape of South African model in MumbaiTop Searches:Order TOI NewspaperPraveen PardeshiCoronavirus in MumbaiSharad PawarAjit Pawar14 years on, two acquitted of rape of South African model in MumbaiRebecca Samervel | TNN | Updated: Feb 29, 2020, 05:41 ISTRepresentative imageMUMBAI: Fourteen years after two city businessmen were accused of raping a 27-year-old South African model at a hotel, a sessions court acquitted them on Friday. Suresh Krishnani and Sunil Morpani were arrested in 2006. They were subsequently granted bail. The woman did not come before the court to depose despite several attempts made by the prosecution to get in touch with her. The incident was alleged to have taken place in December 2005. The woman accused the men of spiking her drink at a pub, kidnapping her, raping her in a car and taking her to a Vile Parle hotel before raping her again. It was alleged that when the woman regained consciousness, the two men allegedly assaulted her and she fell unconscious. The accused, both Ulhasnagar residents at the time, were arrested on the basis of the woman's description of them. The woman had come to the city only four months before the incident to pursue a career in the film industry and even enrolled in an acting class. She lived alone in the western suburbs. Over the years, the case was riddled with several delays. In September 2016, the prosecution informed the court that the woman was not traceable. The court then said: "It can be seen from the record that victim is a foreigner and she is reported not traceable on the given address. Hence, the special public prosecutor is directed to secure presence of other material witnesses." Among those who deposed were police officials, panch witnesses and hotel staff. The accused denied such an incident had ever taken place. The prosecution closed its case after the deposition of the 15th witness on July 4 last year. The court then recorded the final statements of the accused. Subsequently, the prosecution and the defence submitted the final arguments and the matter was posted for judgement earlier this month. 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2020-02-29Students to generate awareness on Ulhas river - Hindustan Times
2020-02-29Former Cong Corporator, son among 3 booked for murder - United News of India
Former Cong Corporator, son among 3 booked for murderThane, Feb 29 (UNI) A former Congress Corporator and his son were among three accused booked for allegedly murdering an accomplice of gangster-turned-politician Pappu Kalani, police said here on Saturday.The trio has been identified as Ulhasnagar Corporator Godu Narayandas Kishnani, his son Pravin and one Ravi.On February 3, 2016, the 52-year-old gang leader Naresh Asandas Pahalajani alias Naresh Chaddi was found dead in his house, police said.Please log in to get detailed story. 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2020-02-29Ex-Congress corporator, son booked for killing small-time Ulhasnagar gangster in 2016 - Mumbai Mirror
Ex-Congress corporator, son booked for killing small-time Ulhasnagar gangster in 2016You are in an offline modeEx-Congress corporator, son booked for killing small-time Ulhasnagar gangster in 2016PTI | Updated: Feb 29, 2020, 14:25 ISTPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeShareEx-Congress corporator, son booked for murder.A case was registered against former Congress corporator and his son for allegedly killing a small-time gangster in Ulhasnagar town of Maharashtra's Thane district in 2016, police said on Saturday. The police have registered a case of murder against Godumal alias Godu Narayandas Kishnani, his son Pravin and another accused identified as Ravi, an official of the Khadakpada police station said. Kishnani was a Congress corporator of the Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation, he said. On February 3, 2016, Naresh Asandas Pahalajani alias Naresh Chaddi (52) was found dead at his home and a case of accidental death was registered at the time, he said. However, the deceased's family alleged that he had been killed and even named a few suspects, the official said, adding that the post-mortem had revealed that the victim was smothered to death. Based on further probe, an offence was lodged against the trio but no arrests have been made so far, the official said. Chaddi was a key witness in a murder case in the 1990s and was wanted in 10 criminal cases in Ulhasnagar, he added. RELATED NEWSWatch: Fugitive gangster Ravi Pujari brought to Bengaluru from SenegalFeb 24, 2020Congress corporator Vikrant Chavan's video abusing journalist goes vi...Jan 16, 2020Shiv Sena corporator murder case: Bombay HC upholds life imprisonment...Dec 09, 2019 This new year, insure your health with Bajaj Allianz.Bajaj AllianzTop 10 Term Insurance Plans in IndiaPolicybazaarIf I don’t get Rs 5 lakh urgently, I’ll lose my only babyKETTOSecure your family's future, and get tax benefits!HDFC LifeDid you know Dubai is riding high on the startup wave?Business in DubaiHuge CEO mistake makes thousands rich in Calcutta.Spot Light Posts India's 290 million lost voters will get the right to vote!BCCLPersonalized Home Interior For Every Taste & BudgetDesign Cafe2&3 BHK Boutique Apartments, Off KR Puram, ₹79 L Onwards*Assetz Sun and SanctumReady to move apartments 1.50cr onwards @ Yelahanka main rdVajram groupअपने यौन क्षमता को बढ़ाएं केवल 3 दिनों तक ऐसा करेंMax AyurvedaOwn a managed farm and connect with nature. Know-how.Hosachiguru
2020-02-29Mumbai Crime: 2006 South African model rape case - Accused acquitted, as 'victim' fails to appear in court - Mash Viral
Mumbai Crime: 2006 South African model rape case – Accused acquitted, as... Uncategorized Mumbai Crime: 2006 South African model rape case – Accused acquitted, as ‘victim’ fails to appear in court By Laytoya Thomas - February 29, 2020 12 Facebook Twitter Pinterest WhatsApp Mumbai: A sessions court on Friday acquitted two persons who had been accused of raping a South African model in December 2005. The victim had not appeared before the court despite repeated attempts by the prosecution to contact her. She had left the country after the incident. The model had complained to the police that on December 27-28, 2005 two men had raped her. According to the police complaint, they had drugged her in hotel Bawa International near domestic airport, then raped her in a car, before taking her to another hotel in Ulhasnagar, where they had raped her again. The complaint had further said when she had gained consciousness at the hotel, they had beaten her with belts until she had fallen unconscious again. The police had filed a 200-page chargesheet against Sunil Morpani and Suresh Krishnani, booking them under relevant section for wrongful confinement, gang rape, causing hurt with dangerous weapon and administering drugs among others. Accused Krishnani’s lawyers had said they were being framed and Krishnani hails from a decent family in Ulhasnagar and was related to the owners of a resort in Lonavla. Morpani hailed from a well-to-do family and worked at a private company in the city, Krishnani’s advocate had said. In his bail plea, Krishnani had claimed it was a case of consensual sex and not rape. The court had granted bail on the ground the investigation was over, and the chargesheet filed. Hence, no further custody was required. The accused had claimed discrepancies in facts such as the time the model claimed she had left the hotel in the FIR and the time the hotel employees claimed she left it. They had also pointed that there was no sedative found in the woman’s blood report. The woman had come to the city to make a career in films. TAGSMumbai Facebook Twitter Pinterest WhatsApp Laytoya Thomas Recent Posts [Cristiano Ronaldo’s Mother Rushed To The Hospital; She Reportedly Suffered A Stroke Attack] [‘Search For Money & Fame While On Earth & Not In Heaven’- Rev. Obofour Advises] [Torrid’s New Swim Collection Has Me Dreaming of Pool Days and Beach Vacays] [Poshly CEO Launches First Ever Makeup Museum This Spring] [Jackie Aina Shares A Beauty Hack That Will Keep Sunglasses From Smudging Your Makeup] EDITOR PICKS Pininfarina Pura Vision Is An Electric Concept For Italian Firm’s First... March 3, 2020 Spare $10 Million Change? Bloodhound Needs Millions To Keep Land Speed... March 3, 2020 GFG Style’s Bandini Dora Barchetta EV Study Boasts 536 HP, F1-Inspired... March 3, 2020 POPULAR POSTS [Scientists Identify Genes from ‘Ghost Population’ of Ancient Humans] February 15, 2020 [Marcelito Pomoy Reacts To ‘AGT’ Controversy and Fan Backlash [VIDEO]] February 15, 2020 [ASX closes 27 points higher, Commonwealth Bank now worth $161bn] February 15, 2020 POPULAR CATEGORYLatest News18025Entertainment7862Sports4107Tech847Business373Politics226PC Games72IOS Gaming62 ABOUT USContact us: [email protected]FOLLOW US About us Contact us Our Team DMCA Policy Disclaimer Privacy Policy © Copyright 2017 - Newspaper WordPress Theme by TagDiv
2020-02-29Mumbai Crime: 2006 South African model rape case - Accused acquitted, as ‘victim’ fails to appear in court - Free Press Journal
Mumbai Crime: 2006 South African model rape case - Accused acquitted, as ‘victim’ fails to appear in courtBy Staff Reporter rape caseMumbai: A sessions court on Friday acquitted two persons who had been accused of raping a South African model in December 2005.The victim had not appeared before the court despite repeated attempts by the prosecution to contact her. She had left the country after the incident. The model had complained to the police that on December 27-28, 2005 two men had raped her. According to the police complaint, they had drugged her in hotel Bawa International near domestic airport, then raped her in a car, before taking her to another hotel in Ulhasnagar, where they had raped her again. The complaint had further said when she had gained consciousness at the hotel, they had beaten her with belts until she had fallen unconscious again. The police had filed a 200-page chargesheet against Sunil Morpani and Suresh Krishnani, booking them under relevant section for wrongful confinement, gang rape, causing hurt with dangerous weapon and administering drugs among others. Accused Krishnani’s lawyers had said they were being framed and Krishnani hails from a decent family in Ulhasnagar and was related to the owners of a resort in Lonavla. Morpani hailed from a well-to-do family and worked at a private company in the city, Krishnani’s advocate had said. In his bail plea, Krishnani had claimed it was a case of consensual sex and not rape. The court had granted bail on the ground the investigation was over, and the chargesheet filed. Hence, no further custody was required. The accused had claimed discrepancies in facts such as the time the model claimed she had left the hotel in the FIR and the time the hotel employees claimed she left it. They had also pointed that there was no sedative found in the woman’s blood report. The woman had come to the city to make a career in films.(For all the latest News, Mumbai, Entertainment, Cricket, Business and Featured News updates, visit Free Press Journal. Also, follow us on Twitter and Instagram and do like our Facebook page for continuous updates on the go)rape caseMumbai Crimesessions courtSouth African modelRecent StoriesAt least 20 killed as train collides with bus at an unmanned crossing in Pakistan's SindhChina’s coronavirus death toll rises to 2,835, more than 79,251 infectedDelhi violence: Need volunteers to help victims, says JNU studentsRSS chief Mohan Bhagwat should advise PM Modi that Nehru can’t be blamed for everything: Nawab Malik trending About UsCareersDisclaimerPrivacy PolicyContact UsAdvertise With UsRSSFree Press Journal | Powered by Quintype Follow us on Close Free Press Journal www.freepressjournal.in INSTALL APP
2020-02-28South african woman raped in 2005: Two acquitted as victim doesn’t come before court - Hindustan Times
2020-02-28Meet The Real Family Of Ashish Chanchlani - IWMBuzz
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2020-02-28In theatres today: short film on reporting sexual harassment - The Hindu
In theatres today: short film on reporting sexual harassment Share On Cities Bengaluru Chennai Coimbatore Delhi Hyderabad Kochi Kolkata Mumbai Kozhikode Madurai Mangaluru Puducherry Thiruvananthapuram Tiruchirapalli Vijayawada Visakhapatnam Bengaluru Chennai Coimbatore Delhi Hyderabad Kochi Kolkata Mumbai Kozhikode Madurai Mangaluru Puducherry Thiruvananthapuram Tiruchirapalli Vijayawada Visakhapatnam The exquisite Kani shawl — a rare Kashmiri craft News Cities Mumbai Mumbai In theatres today: short film on reporting sexual harassment Ananya Biswal Mumbai, February 29, 2020 01:00 IST Updated: February 29, 2020 01:00 IST Share Article PRINT A A A Creating change: Director Swagat Bhattacharya (right) at a special screening of the short film at Mumbai Press Club on Friday.   Ananya Biswal Mumbai, February 29, 2020 01:00 IST Updated: February 29, 2020 01:00 IST 1.54-minute movie is part of #MeraFarzHai campaign A short film highlighting the importance of reporting sexual harassment will be screened in theatres across Thane from Saturday. The joint initiative by Viviana Mall and the Thane police is aimed at encouraging people to raise their voice against sexual harassment faced by women irrespective of the onlooker’s gender. The film is part of a campaign called #MeraFarzHai and will be screened in 150 theatres across the city. The 1.54-minute film, made by Swagat Bhattacharya, showcases different instances of harassment that women face in settings like workplaces, buses and restaurants. In all the settings, while most of the onlookers stay silent, one person intervenes and confronts the harasser.‘A huge responsibility’Mr. Bhattacharya said the film is a way of doing his bit to change society. He said, “It is a huge responsibility. Even if one person who witnesses a woman go through something uncomfortable takes a stand, I will consider this film a success.”The film ends with Joint Commissioner of Police Suresh Kumar Mekala, Thane City, appealing to citizens to take action by saying that ensuring the safety of women is everyone’s duty.Rima Kirtikar, chief marketing officer, Viviana Mall, said there is a need to create awareness among citizens to come out and report incidents of crimes against women. She said, “When we reached out to the police, we were informed that a lot of cases of harassment go unreported. Sometimes witnesses do not report or intervene due to fear of what might happen to them. One of the objectives behind this film is to make people aware of the 103 emergency helpline.”Ms. Kirtikar said the subject might not be a new one, but they are trying to approach it from a different perspective. She said, “The Thane police have been instrumental in reaching out to theatres and other institutions to help with the initiative. As of now, the short film will be screened for a month in 40 theatres in Thane, Dombivli, Ulhasnagar and Kalyan. We have also planned workshops for schoolchildren from June and aim to bring this campaign to Mumbai as well.” Viviana Mall aims to hold a self-defence workshops on its premises and felicitate women achievers on March 7, the eve of Women’s Day. The event will be attended by Thane Police Commissioner Vivek Phansalkar. You have reached your limit for free articles this month. Register to The Hindu for free and get unlimited access for 30 days. Subscribe Now Already have an account ? Sign in Sign up for a 30-day free trial. Sign Up Subscription Benefits Include Today's Paper Find mobile-friendly version of articles from the day's newspaper in one easy-to-read list. Unlimited Access Enjoy reading as many articles as you wish without any limitations. 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2020-02-27Man murders 30-year-old roommate after he takes too long to open door in Ulhasnagar - Mid-day
The Ulhasnagar police arrested a 30-year-old man for murdering his roommate after he did not open the door of their room fast enough. According to the police, the accused Ramjeet Vishwakarma, 30, claimed the deceased Dineshkumar Gupta, 25, died in an accident, a Hindustan Times report read. Vishwakarma and Gupta had come to Ulhasnagar in search of jobs and lived together near Camp No. 1. On February 15, the accused and his neighbours called the police after Gupta's body was found in a pool of blood near his residence. Vishwakarma told police his friend used to drink a lot and probably met with an accident. At first, police registered an accidental death report and sent the body for post-mortem. Police said the post-mortem report said someone had hit Gupta on the head and chest with an object. During investigation, Vishwakarma fled from the area, but was nabbed by the police. “During questioning the accused confessed that he got angry as his roommate didn’t open the door for a long time as he was sleeping. In anger, the accused took some heavy object and hit Gupta on the head and chest repeatedly,” said R Bayes, police inspector, was quoted in the report as saying. The police booked Vishwakarma under relevant sections of the Indian Penal Code and remanded him in police custory till February 28. Catch up on all the latest Crime, National, International and Hatke news here. Also, download the new mid-day Android and iOS apps to get the latest updates Sign up for all the latest news, top galleries and trending videos from Mid-day.com Subscribe Loading... Tags mumbaimumbai newsulhasnagarCrime Newsnavi mumbai Donald Trump's visit to the Taj Mahal and his speech are a must-watch
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2020-02-25Mumbai Crime: Ulhasnagar gangster Chaddi was choked to death, police tell his son - Mid-day
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2020-02-24Mumbai Crime: Ulhasnagar gangster may have been murdered, says forensic report - Mid-day
Four years after gangster Naresh Chaddi, 52, was found dead under mysterious circumstances, an FSL report has revealed that he died of 'asphyxia'. The deceased's family has been claiming since 2016 that Ulhasnagar corporator, Godhumal Kishnani had got Chaddi killed but no case was registered then due to lack of evidence. Now, the Thane police will finally register an FIR and start a probe. Naresh Aasandas Pahalajani alias Naresh Chaddi, who had surrendered in 2012, was a key witness in the murder case of Inder Bhatija and Ghanshyam Bhatija in the 1990s. A former associate of gangster-turned-politician Suresh Budharmal Kalani aka Pappu Kalani, Chaddi was wanted in 10 criminal cases in Ulhasnagar division, including a bomb blast. Speaking to mid-day, senior police inspector of Khadakpada police station, Ashok Pawar, said, "Chaddi's body was found under mysterious circumstances. An accidental death report (ADR) was registered. After conducting his post-mortem, the viscera and other samples were preserved and sent for a forensic analysis. We recently received an FSL report related to the matter, which reveals that he [the gangster] died of asphyxia." "As the cause of death has been revealed, we need to investigate why and how he died of asphyxia. We will register an FIR. His relatives, including wife and children, live in Bengaluru. The investigating officer is trying to contact them so that they file a complaint in the matter. After recording their statements, we will register a case," he added. Chaddi's death Chaddi's body was found on a sofa at his rented accommodation at Sai Paradise building in Kalyan's Khadakpada area in February 2016. His relatives, including wife Deepa, son Pravin and brother Raju, have been alleging since Day 1 that there were contusion marks and abrasions all over his body. However, the cops did not find any evidence related to the cause of his death. Godhumal Kishnani Chaddi's brother Raju said, "We are planning to meet the Khadakpada police officers this week to file a complaint and get the FIR registered in the matter." After the gangster's death, corporator Kishnani in an alleged threat call to a builder had claimed to have got Chaddi killed "like a dog". Builder Dinesh Jawalirani had got an FIR registered against Kishnani and his associate under Sections 385 (putting person in fear of injury in order to commit extortion), 294 (obscene acts or words), 504 (intentional insult with intent to provoke breach of the peace) and 506(2) (criminal intimidation) of the IPC. The vital tape On February 19, 2020, Raju wrote an email to the chief secretary and additional chief secretary in which he has attached a voice recording allegedly between Kishnani and an officer of Khadakpada police station, Sonawane, who was looking into the case in 2016. During the conversation in the tape, Kishnani is heard telling Sonawane, "Naresh Chaddi ko maar dia, kharcha aaya mera… lekin dekha na (I killed Naresh Chaddi. It cost me, but I got it done)." "We had also told inspector Sonawane about the threat my brother was facing from Kishnani and his son Praveen Godhu Kishnani, who are Ulhasnagar residents. Kishnani is a corporator for the municipality against which my brother had complained to the higher officials as they do illegal activities with support from the cops," reads the email by Raju. The email further states, "Inspector Sonawane, who was in-charge of the case, and other officials are involved in my brother's murder. I have a recording of the conversation between Kishnani and Sonawane in which they accept their involvement in my brother's murder (sic)." Raju added, "Kishnani and his associates are prime suspects in Chaddi's murder. We have been telling the cops since Day 1 but our requests to book them went unheard. Now, since the forensic report has revealed that it was not a natural death, the Khadakpada police must register an FIR against the suspects." Despite repeated attempts to contact corporator Kishnani and his son, they remained unavailable for comment. Naresh Chaddi's past A key witness in the Bhatija brothers' murder case, Chaddi's name shot to the limelight in April 2010 after a text message was sent to BJP leader Eknath Khadse and then Thane police commissioner, Anil Dhere, stating that the gangster was planning to plant bombs across the city. Khadse had raised the matter in the Assembly. 2012Year Naresh Chaddi surrendered to the police Feb 2016When gangster Naresh Chaddi was found dead in his rented apartment Catch up on all the latest Mumbai news, crime news, current affairs, and also a complete guide on Mumbai from food to things to do and events across the city here. 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Revisiting the most entertaining moments of Ashish Chanchlani Vines Ashish Chanchlani has been absolutely sensational lately. His humor is amazing and we think that it's time to take a look at his greatest works so far. Author: Editorial Team 22 Feb,2020 04:35:04 Ashish Chanchlani is a man who needs no introduction. He is incredibly talented and a very gifted man of the people. His talents have never really gone unnoticed. But, it was his background that may surprise some people as to how he came into this industry. He is originally from Ulhasnagar, Maharashtra, where his parents owned a multiplex, which allowed him to watch a lot of movies whilst growing up. And, now he has given birth to this immense YouTube empire that is so influential and strong. The star was appreciated as far back as he posted his first video and he currently has a fan base of a large number of fans who can’t stop developing in numbers, and this is nothing unexpected considering the stunning substance we see him post. The YouTube performer tries to involve a lot of character portrayals that occur in the regular day to day existence of adolescents, like about their crushes, or exam situations, which we can’t resist the urge to relate with. He also tries to include his loved ones in these recordings which we find cute. But, his best work is still way ahead of him. His undeniable talent and his incredible sense of humor are what has kept him in touch with the masses for so long. On that note let’s have a look at some of his best work so far. Ashish Chanchlani Share IWMBuzz Now, access your favourite entertainment news, views and reviews, scintillating videos, lot more, at the click of a single icon! Download Now Your 'FREE' Dose of Entertainment Newsletter!!! Subscribe to Get Your Daily Dose of IWMBuzz I agree to the terms of the privacy policy Also Read DigitalSnippets 21 Feb,2020 Bhuvan Bam vs Ashish Chanchlani vs Amit Bhadana: The richest Youtube Star DigitalSnippets 20 Feb,2020 Posts that prove Ashish Chanchlani is the most relatable celebrity ever! DigitalSnippets 18 Feb,2020 [PHOTOS] Youtuber Ashish Chanchlani With Bollywood Celebrities DigitalSnippets 17 Feb,2020 Revealed! YouTuber Ashish Chanchlani’s Wardrobe Secret DigitalSnippets 16 Feb,2020 Ashish Chanchlani’s Casual Outfits Collection to take inspiration from Latest Stories Jannat Zubair's Black Outfit Collections From Suits To Kurta: Faisu's Swanky Looks Meet The Real Family Of Avneet Kaur! OMG: Bhuvan Bam's killer looks Review of ZEE5 series Shukranu: An interesting tale about the ‘importance’ of ‘seMEN’ in ‘MEN’ Code M Season 2 is certainly in plan: Producer Samar Khan Photos Take fashion inspiration from our favorite Naira aka Shivangi Joshi's outfits These interesting movies of Nayanthara made it big When Prabhas set the temperatures soaring with these pictures Take a style note from Tamil superstar Ajith Sonam Kapoor slays beautifully in Rhea Kapoor outfits Disha Patani doesn't care even if you troll her Ballot Who is the natural beauty queen? Sridevi or Nora Fatehi: Who flaunts in Blue Saree Look? Which IPL team has the best big-hitters? Ananya Panday vs Tara Sutaria’s in Manisha Malhotra lehengas: Who carried it better? Who is the richest YouTube star? Kasautii Zindagii Kay vs Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai: Which show has more fan following? Latest stories Load More COMPANY About us Disclaimer Terms & Condition Privacy Policy CONTRIBUTE Write for us CONNECT Careers Contact Us Copyright 2020 IWM Publishing & Communication Pvt Ltd. All rights reserved
2020-02-21Fire breaks out in jeans manufacturing unit in Ulhasnagar - Times of India
Fire breaks out in jeans manufacturing unit in UlhasnagarFire breaks out in jeans manufacturing unit in UlhasnagarPradeep Gupta | TNN | Updated: Feb 21, 2020, 19:49 ISTThe site where the incident took placeKALYAN: A major fire broke out in a jeans manufacturing unit in Ulhasnagar on Friday afternoon. The ground plus six-storey building have various jeans manufacturing units and the fire took place in basement-based four units. On the occasion of Mahashivratri, the market was closed due to which no one was inside unit when it caught fire. A fire official said that they received the information at 12.15pm after which four fire tenders from Ulhasnagar, Kalyan and Ambernath were called to control fire. In Video:Maharashtra: Fire breaks out in jeans manufacturing unit in UlhasnagarDownload The Times of India News App for Latest City News.more from times of india citiesDelhi news todayMumbai RainsBangalore RainsDelhi EarthquakeChennai RainsOdisha Elections 2019Delhi PollutionMumbai FloodsAP Elections 2019Trending TopicsIvanka TrumpWomens T20 World CupUddhav ThackerayIND vs NZ TestIND vs AUS T20 AP Inter Hall TicketsCoronavirusMotera StadiumPakistan NewsCTET Last DateLATEST VIDEOSCityUP govt plans to auction over 3000 tonnes of gold reserved in Sonbhadra mine 6-storey building tilts in Delhi’s Munirka, residents evacuated Maharashtra chief minister Uddhav Thackeray meets PM Narendra Modi in Delhi Woman killed, several injured as Bengaluru-Malappuram bus overturns at Hunsur in Karnataka More from TOI10 places to enjoy scrumptious omelette in Delhi/NCRAlcohol addiction of parents may affect brain function in kidsN95 Pollution Masks to protect you from pollution & infectionsAmazon Audible: Listen to the best of audiobooks by starting your free trial todayNavbharat TimesFeatured Today in TravelQuick LinksDelhi Election dateDelhi assembly elections 2020Shiv SenaMumbai floodsMamata BanerjeePriyanka GandhiChandrababu NaiduAditya ThackerayMadras High CourtTejashwi YadavFire in MumbaiTejasvi SuryaPawan KalyanArvind KejriwalYogi AdityanathSrinagar encounterGet the appTrending Now in CitiesVaranasi newsShimla newsSrinagar newsPatna newsMeerut newsMadurai newsLucknow newsKanpur newsJammu newsJaipur newsGhaziabad newsFaridabad newsOther Times Group news sitesThe Economic TimesMumbai MirrorIGN IndiaHindi Economic TimesTimes NowI am GujaratPune MirrorTamil SamayamBangalore MirrorMaharashtra TimesTelugu SamayamAhmedabad MirrorGo GreenMiss KyraItsMyAscentNavbharat TimesEducation TimesFILMIPOP HindiBrand CapitalEisamayIndiatimesGujarati Economic TimesVijaya KarnatakaMalayalam SamayamTimes FoodGames AppMX PlayerTimesPointsLiving and entertainmentiDivaMensXP.comFeminaETimesGraziaZoomTravel DestinationsBombay TimesCricbuzz.comFilmfareOnline SongsTVLife & Style Longwalks AppNewspaper SubscriptionFood NewsTimes PrimeWhats Hottop trendsIvanka TrumpWomens T20 World CupUddhav ThackerayIND vs NZ TestIND vs AUS T20 AP Inter Hall TicketsCoronavirusMotera StadiumPakistan NewsCTET Last DateSSC CGL Admit CardUlhasnagar FireIPL 2020 ScheduleAmulya LeonaCBSE Date SheetIPL 2020 Players ListHoroscope todayIndia US Trade DealservicesAds 2 BookBank Exam AppET Money Finance AppCouponDuniaDineoutMagicbricksTechgigTimes JobsBollywood NewsTimes MobileBuy CarRemit 2 IndiaTC NextBikes in IndiaUsed CarsAstro SpeakGadgets NowCareersColombiaPopular CategoriesHeadlinesSports NewsBusiness NewsIndia NewsWorld NewsBollywood NewsHealth & Fitness TipsIndian TV ShowsCelebrity Photoshot on the webAyushmann KhurranaSona MohapatraLove Aaj Kal BORicha ChadhaRitu Singh Sexy VideoKamal HaasanBeeshma Movie ReviewBheeshma ReviewMafia Twitter ReviewTrending topicsSMZS ReviewKareena KapoorSMZS Vs Bhoot BOSara Ali KhanBhoot Twitter ReviewShilpa ShettySMZS Twitter ReviewMafia Movie ReviewVicky KaushalShilpa to Shah RukhBheeshma Twitter ReviewSalman KhanSamsung Galaxy A71 LaunchHT10 Pro EarbudsiPad ProFacebook YoutubeSamsung Galaxy Z FlipAmazon App QuizFollow us onfacebooktwitterrss feedyoutubedownload toi appandroidiphoneBlackBerryipadwindows phoneText resize:aaaAbout us Create Your Own Ad Terms of Use and Grievance Redressal Policy Privacy policy Advertise with us RSS Sitemap Archives Copyright © 2020 Bennett, Coleman & Co. Ltd. All rights reserved. For reprint rights: Times Syndication Service
2020-02-21Ulhasnagar: Fire breaks out in a bag manufacturing unit in Camp 3 - Mumbai Mirror
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2020-02-21The dal moong sandwich may be Chembur’s best-kept secret - Condé Nast Traveller India
The dal moong sandwich may be Chembur’s best-kept secretJitendra Jarkani's sandwich brings all the Sindhis to his cart Share on facebook + Kalyan Karmakar Published: Feb 21, 2020 | 18:19:52 IST The Sindhi speciality: dal moong sandwich. Photo: Kalyan Karmakar You might have heard of dal pakwaan, the Sindhi breakfast of champions, but have you heard of the dal moong sandwich? It is a bit of an insider’s secret and is often served as prasad at temples frequented by Sindhis or sold out of carts located in areas such as Ulhasnagar and Chembur in Mumbai which have a high concentration of Sindhis.The Mumbai sandwich with a differenceWho:A dal moong sandwich cart that many Chembur locals vouch for is the one run by young Jitendra Jarkani. You will find him at his cart every morning, cheerfully feeding his loyal customers. He belongs to the third generation of the family that has been running this Chembur neighbourhood favourite. He took on the role after his father, the late Harish Jarkani, passed on. The cart was originally started by Jitendra’s grandfather, the late Bhojraj Jarkani, who came to Mumbai after the Partition, and started the business to provide for his family. Over the years, the humble cart that he started became a much-loved part of the locality that once gave him refuge. The late Bhojraj Jarkani, called ‘Bhojo’ by the kids who would flock to him after school, would cook the food himself. As did his son and daughter-in-law. Mama Jarkani still cooks the food every morning before Jitendra and his team get it over to the cart and start the business for the day. Such is the pull that Sindhis who have moved on from Chembur still return for the dal moong sandwich at Jitendra’s. The legacy of Bhojo is in good hands.What:The dal moong sandwich consists of a mix of dals that are sandwiched in naram pav and served. Three types of dals—green moong, yellow moong and channa dal—are slow-cooked individually in vessels called ‘sipri’ every morning. The sipris are then placed on the cart once the dals are cooked.The three dals are mixed together, when orders are placed, and the mix is then slid into sliced pav along with the green coriander-and-mint chutney, with raw onion added for astringency. The yellow moong is cooked in turmeric with ghee and a hint of black pepper or red chilli powder. The channa dal with turmeric, asafoetida, cumin and coriander. The whole green moong has some garam masala too. Like streetfood superstars the world over, the Jarkhani’s have their own ‘family mix’ of spices of course. At times a touch of aamchur (dried mango powder) is added for that extra zing.Good to know: Apart from the pav, the dal moong mix combines beautifully with the thick and crunchy masala paratha-like Sindhi flatbread called koki. Where: In the by-lane down Sattu Sweets at Chembur Colony, Mumbai. Ask locals or follow the crowd once there.When: 9am to 10.30am, or till stocks last NEXT In This Story: FoodMumbaiTravel Enjoyed reading this article? To receive more articles like this, sign up for the Condé Nast Traveller Newsletter Now Playing: MaharashtraThis video will make you see the Konkan coast like never before!SUBSCRIBE TO YouTube Next Story XYou have read of 10 stories this month SIGN UP Not now LOGIN INDIACultureExperiencesFood & DrinkHotels & ResortsTravel GuideINTERNATIONALCultureExperiencesFood & DrinkHotels & ResortsTravel GuideBUSINESS TRAVELLERTRENDSINSIDERSVideosSponsored#LoveGreatBritainTaj SafarisCity guidesBoutique HotelsDestination Wedding GuideDON’T TRAVEL WITHOUT IT#UnDiscoverAustraliaEssentially RajasthanCNT + Himalayan Top Restaurant AwardsInitiativesReaders’ Travel Awards 2018The List 2019MagazineNewsletter SUBSCRIBE Follow Us Editors And WritersCareersContact UsTerms & Conditions ASSOCIATE SITES : GQ India | VOGUE India | Architectural DigestGlobal PresenceChinaRussiaSpainUKUSA© 2020 Condé Nast India All rights reserved @ Condé Nast Traveller India 2020
2020-02-20Mumbai: 40-yr-old stabs self to death in Ulhasnagar - Free Press Journal
Mumbai: 40-yr-old stabs self to death in UlhasnagarBy Narendra GuptaThane: A 40-year-old man committed suicide by stabbing himself with a broken glass bottle in Ulhasnagar on Tuesday. The deceased, Madhukar Gaikwad, 40, was a resident of Ganesh Nagar. He took a beer bottle and broke it and attacked inflicted 5-6 deep wounds in the neck and abdomen. He came from Ahmednagar to Ulhasnagar and worked as labourer in Mumbai. He went to Diamond beer shop and bought a bottle. Then, he attacked himself and collapsed, lying in a pool of blood on the road. Locals and police took him to the Central hospital where he was declared dead on arrival. The Hilline police registered an accidental death report (ADR).Sanjay Sawant, the Hiilline police station senior inspector, said, “The cause of suicide is yet to be ascertained, and the family was in trauma. We are questioning his family members, and further probe is on.”Also ReadMumbai Crime: Doctor sexually abuses, stalks colleague, heldMUmbaiulhasnagarGanesh Nagarstabs self to deathMadhukar GaikwadRecent Stories'Just horrible': 2 Dalits thrashed in Rajasthan for stealing money, internet aghastTwo coronavirus patients from Japan cruise ship reported deadMumbai: Court orders Andheri-based IIT coaching class to pay Rs 1 lakh to studentFour 5-star hotels in Mumbai receive bomb threat from Lashkar-e-TaibaMumbai Mayor Kishori Pednekar wants to rid city of abandoned, isolated structures trending About UsCareersDisclaimerPrivacy PolicyContact UsAdvertise With UsRSSFree Press Journal | Powered by Quintype Follow us on Close Free Press Journal www.freepressjournal.in INSTALL APP
2020-02-20Maharashtra: Orange flows the Waldhuni, just days after SC warning - Times of India
Maharashtra: Orange flows the Waldhuni, just days after SC warningTop Searches:Order TOI NewspaperShiv SenaSheena Bora Murder CaseCoronavirus in MumbaiMumbai FireMaharashtra: Orange flows the Waldhuni, just days after SC warningPradeep Gupta | TNN | Feb 20, 2020, 09:32 ISTWaldhuni river near Anand MIDC area gets a copperish, orange-red layer. Locals suspect untreated effluentsAMBERNATH: The Waldhuni river here turned orange-red on Wednesday along a stretch near the Anand Nagar MIDC area, indicating a high level of pollution. The phenomenon comes close on the heels of the Supreme Court rapping the municipal authorities for the deplorable condition of the Waldhuni and Ulhas rivers, both of which have suffered because of heavy industrial pollution over several years. Locals said a foul smell was emanating from the river and blamed the industries from the MIDC area here for releasing chemicals in the water without treatment. The Waldhuni and Ulhas issue had been in the Supreme Court for the past few years. In the first week of this month, the Supreme Court pulled up the Kalyan-Dombivli Municipal Corporation (KDMC) for failing to meet its commitment to stop sending untreated sewage into the Ulhas and its tributary, the Waldhuni. The court was hearing a petition filed by an environmental group, Vanshakti. Data submitted in court revealed that the area under KDMC jurisdiction, with a population of 1.2 million, produces sewage amounting to 126 million litres daily (MLD) but treats only 30% of it. The untreated sewage pours into the Ulhas, a major river in the Mumbai Metropolitan Region. The Ambernath Municipal Council, within the territory of which there are many industrial units, submitted in court that it was treating 97% of its waste. Kulgaon-Badlapur, a growing town, claimed to treat 90% of its waste and Ulhasnagar, 80%. A local activist, Satyajeet Burman, said the claims made by the authorities in the Supreme Court were suspect as it was regular practice for industries to release chemicals without treatment. “The officials from MPCB and MIDC have failed to monitor companies polluting the Waldhuni river in Ambernath, which in Kalyan connects to the Ulhas river, from which water is supplied to around 40 lakh people,” Burman said. The Waldhuni originates from the hills here and passes through Anand Nagar MIDC area and flows towards Ulhasnagar, meeting the Ulhas river near Kalyan. It is considered one of the dirtiest rivers in the state. The executive engineer, MPCB Kalyan Division, S L Waghmare, said a team had visited the spot and was making enquiries. Stalin D, founder of Vanshakti, said the NGO had taken photographs of the river and it would be complaining to the enviroment department and the Supreme Court in the next hearing. “Kalyan’s MPCB office, under the jurisdiction of which all these industries fall, failed to curb pollution,” he said. In 2012, Vanshakti had filed a petition in the NGT to direct the MPCB to shut all industries discharging untreated effluents into the Ulhas and Waldhuni. The matter was later heard in the high court in 2015 and is now in the Supreme Court. 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2020-02-20Mumbai: 40-yr-old stabs self to death in Ulhasnagar - Yahoo India News
Mumbai: 40-yr-old stabs self to death in UlhasnagarFree Press Journal20 February 2020ReblogShareTweetShareShareThane: A 40-year-old man committed suicide by stabbing himself with a broken glass bottle in Ulhasnagar on Tuesday. The deceased, Madhukar Gaikwad, 40, was a resident of Ganesh Nagar. He took a beer bottle and broke it and attacked inflicted 5-6 deep wounds in the neck and abdomen.He came from Ahmednagar to Ulhasnagar and worked as labourer in Mumbai. He went to Diamond beer shop and bought a bottle. Then, he attacked himself and collapsed, lying in a pool of blood on the road. Locals and police took him to the Central hospital where he was declared dead on arrival. The Hilline police registered an accidental death report (ADR).Sanjay Sawant, the Hiilline police station senior inspector, said, “The cause of suicide is yet to be ascertained, and the family was in trauma. We are questioning his family members, and further probe is on.”Also Read: Mumbai Crime: Doctor sexually abuses, stalks colleague, heldReblogShareTweetShareShareWhat to read nextMahashivratri 2020 Will Not be a Dry Day: Alcohol Will be Served in Pubs and Bars in Mumbai and Delhi on February 21; Liquor Shops Will Remain ClosedLatestlyBengaluru SAP India employees test positive for H1N1, offices close for extensive sanitisationOneindiaUnable to Hail a Cab, Kirti Kulhari Opts For Rickshaw Ride in MumbaiNews18Sedition Case Against Woman Over ‘Pro-Pak’ Slogans at Owaisi EventThe QuintMEA gives details of Indians who were on board ship quarantined off JapanIndia Newzstreet MediaCongress leaders Sonia Gandhi, Rahul Gandhi to soon lose Indian Citizenship: Subramanian SwamyOneindiaSaif Ali Khan: Amrita Singh Was Never Compelled To Convert To Islam [Flashback]FilmibeatCoronavirus Update- Death toll in China climbs, 2 quarantined cruise passengers dieIndia Newzstreet MediaA Desk Officer Triggers Supreme Court Judiciary: Makes SC Judge Cry Of Lawlessness In The CountryED TimesIndian 2 Crane Accident: Kamal Haasan Announces Rs 1 Crore Financial Help to the Families of the Unit Members who Died in the MishapLatestly‘I’ll slap you around’: Angry passengers square up to each other and shout abuse on Ryanair flightThe IndependentNirbhaya Case Convict Refuses to Recognise Mother, Suffers from Schizophrenia, Claims His LawyerNews18From Obama to Bill Clinton, these US Presidents have visited India beforeIndia Newzstreet MediaAfter the Hanau shooting: 'Half our hearts are gone'The GuardianKate Middleton literally wore an Anarkali, know how you can get this lookYahoo LifestyleKaran Patel Says He Messed Up Badly; Adds He Used To Get Drunk & Report Late To SetsFilmibeat
2020-02-20Maharashtra: Mahashivratri to be celebrated on Friday - Times of India
Maharashtra: Mahashivratri to be celebrated on FridayTop Searches:Order TOI NewspaperUddhav ThackeraySheena Bora Murder CaseCoronavirus in MumbaiMumbai FireMaharashtra: Mahashivratri to be celebrated on FridayBella Jaisinghani | TNN | Updated: Feb 20, 2020, 22:15 ISTNarmadeshwar Mahadev temple in Mankhurd.MUMBAI: Floral garlands, oil lamps and strings of fairy lights adorn 'shivalas' including those in Babulnath, Jogeshwari, Ambernath and Ulhasnagar as devotees prepare to celebrate the festival of Mahashivratri Friday. Special prayers will be performed at midnight to celebrate the wedding of Lord Shiva with Parvati. Approximately four lakh worshippers will arrive with offerings of milk, belpatra, bel fruit, lotus and dhatura at Babulnath temple, Chowpatty. Spokesman R T Sah said, "We have prepared a grand floral rangoli and beautified the main gate. Throughout Friday-Saturday, the deity's chamber inside the temple will remain open for darshan except during the main puja around midnight when devotees can worship from the periphery. Around 250 volunteers have been posted to assist visitors." Narmadeshwar Mahadev temple in Mankhurd.The Narmadeshwar Mahadev temple in Mankhurd (E) is preparing to welcome over 5,000 devotees. Spokesman Dilip Trivedi said they had installed railings for crowd management. "Despite the fact that this shrine is surrounded by a jungle on three sides, devotees do not feel insecure to arrive for darshan at midnight," he said. Matunga resident K A Viswanathan said, "The Sankar Mattham temple in the neighbourhood will conduct the Laksharchana ritual with bel leaves by chanting Om Namah Shivay one lakh times. The maha deeparadhana will be performed early morning. The Bhuvaneswari Shiva temple nearby also performs puja. Flowers and bilva leaves have become costlier as demand from temples has risen." 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2020-02-20Mumbai: Dadar’s 90-yr-old Prakash Mansion; Disaster in the making? - Yahoo India News
Mumbai: Dadar’s 90-yr-old Prakash Mansion; Disaster in the making?Free Press Journal20 February 2020ReblogShareTweetShareShareMumbai: Even as residents of a 90-year-old cessed buil­d­ing, Prakash Mansion in the main market of Dadar east, are clamouring for redevelopment, the landlord's grandson Dhruveer Singh Gandhi, 34, insists the building is not dangerous and only requires regular repairs, which are being carried out. At the same ti­me, he admits, they have already approached some developers but as the real estate market is in a slump, they are unable to find a good developer. The ground plus four-storey structure houses a popular restaurant and bar, 'Great Punjab' owned by landlord Trilok Singh Gandhi. Residents in favour of redevelopment have accused the landlord of not being interested because he is "only concerned about his restaurant business". Devpriya Chakravarty, secretary of the Prakash Mansion Rahivashi Sangh and also an old tenant, said, "Personally, we do not have any issues with the landlord; we just want our building to be redeveloped. From 2013, we have been following up with the landlord on this subject."Moreover, whenever a builder comes forward, the landlord's demands are so high it makes the deal unviable for the developer. At this rate, no one will come forward. Because of this, today, tenants like me are living in the fear that some day our building might collapse. Who will be held responsible for it then? The building is beyond repair." Further, said Chakravarty, several letters had already been written to the government, about the alarming condition of the building but nothing has happened till date. This reporter was unable to meet Trilok Singh at the restaurant, as he had gone for a medical check-up but she was able to speak to Dhruveer, at the family's restaurant. He said, "The allegation that the landlord is against redevelopment is completely false. We are in support of redevelopment. But the reality is: No builder is coming forward, they say the plot is small, the locality is congested and the market is not conducive. I have letters from developers saying why they cannot carry out the redevelopment. I agree it is an old building but we have been conducting structural audits every three years. None of the audits has said our building is dilapidated, only repairs are required, which we are taking care of. While we are waiting for redevelopment, plans for which may take more than a year to materialise, repairs are being done."Moreover, Dhruveer claim­ed the tenants association formed is registered with the charity commissioner's office but is wrongly being portrayed as being representative of all tenants.Dhruveer himself is a tenant of the building and claims, the landlord's consent to form the association has not been taken. Supporting his claims, resident Hidayat Hakimzade, who has two houses in the building says the building is old and needs minor repairs, "like any other old building. After seeing instances of developers walking out of redevelopment projects over various reasons, we don't want this project to be given blindly to anyone and later, face trouble."However, another resident, Rajendra Mehta, believes the landlord is not allowing redevelopment out of fear he might lose business. He said, "For the redevelopment, the landlord has to shut his restaurant. They are concerned about incurring losses, I strongly believe they are not allowing redevelopment."Echoing similar sentiment is Edward Nailer, 70, who alleged the landlord "has greased the palms of government officials so the building do not go for redevelopment." He said, "We live in fear, as the structure is over 90 years old. The landlord is not concerned as he does not live in this rickety structure, risking his life.”Also Read: Mumbai: 40-yr-old stabs self to death in UlhasnagarReblogShareTweetShareShareWhat to read nextMahashivratri 2020 Will Not be a Dry Day: Alcohol Will be Served in Pubs and Bars in Mumbai and Delhi on February 21; Liquor Shops Will Remain ClosedLatestlyBengaluru SAP India employees test positive for H1N1, offices close for extensive sanitisationOneindiaUnable to Hail a Cab, Kirti Kulhari Opts For Rickshaw Ride in MumbaiNews18Sedition Case Against Woman Over ‘Pro-Pak’ Slogans at Owaisi EventThe QuintMEA gives details of Indians who were on board ship quarantined off JapanIndia Newzstreet MediaCongress leaders Sonia Gandhi, Rahul Gandhi to soon lose Indian Citizenship: Subramanian SwamyOneindiaSaif Ali Khan: Amrita Singh Was Never Compelled To Convert To Islam [Flashback]FilmibeatCoronavirus Update- Death toll in China climbs, 2 quarantined cruise passengers dieIndia Newzstreet MediaIndian 2 Crane Accident: Kamal Haasan Announces Rs 1 Crore Financial Help to the Families of the Unit Members who Died in the MishapLatestly‘I’ll slap you around’: Angry passengers square up to each other and shout abuse on Ryanair flightThe IndependentNirbhaya Case Convict Refuses to Recognise Mother, Suffers from Schizophrenia, Claims His LawyerNews18From Obama to Bill Clinton, these US Presidents have visited India beforeIndia Newzstreet MediaKate Middleton literally wore an Anarkali, know how you can get this lookYahoo LifestyleKaran Patel Says He Messed Up Badly; Adds He Used To Get Drunk & Report Late To SetsFilmibeat'Terrible and Horrible' , Sara Ali Khan badly trolled for her ramp walk at Lakme Fashion WeekIndia Newzstreet MediaRoger Federer out of French Open after knee injuryIndia Newzstreet Media
2020-02-17Maharashtra: SC pulls up KDMC for missing Ulhas sewage cut deadlines - Times of India
Maharashtra: SC pulls up KDMC for missing Ulhas sewage cut deadlinesTop Searches:Order TOI NewspaperShiv SenaMumbai FireCoronavirus in MumbaiManisha MhaiskarMaharashtra: SC pulls up KDMC for missing Ulhas sewage cut deadlinesClara Lewis | TNN | Feb 17, 2020, 10:35 ISTSewage from Khadegolavali area will be diverted to the KDMC sewage treatment plant which would enable another ...Read MoreMUMBAI: The Kalyan-Dombivli Municipal Corporation treats barely 66 million litres per day (mld) of the 216 mld of sewage generated in its jurisdiction before discharging it into Ulhas river. This yawning gap between the required standards and the existing set-up is what prompted the apex court to recently describe progress on the Ulhas river clean-up to be “thoroughly unsatisfactory”. The Supreme Court, which is monitoring the rejuvenation of Ulhas, among the most polluted of rivers in the state, directed the KDMC commissioner to be present in court for the next hearing in its February 5 order. It noted that deadlines which were undertaken to be observed before the apex court had not been complied with. “We are categorically of the view that there has been a breach of orders of this court and the progress which has been achieved so far is unsatisfactory.” It directed principal secretaries of the urban development and environment departments to convene a meeting with the KDMC commissioner and resolve bottlenecks. It also appointed the National Environmental Engineering Research Institute to supervise the work The court was, however, appreciative of the work carried out by the Ambernath Municipal Council, which now treats 22 of 28 mld sewage and has upgraded 93% of its sewage lines while in the Ambernath and Badlapur industrial areas, sewage disposal lines are to be extended 17.5 km deep into Ulhas Creek. In case of Ulhasnagar, the court was informed that a 20.7 mld sewage treatment plant will be commissioned by the month-end and another for 15 mld will be commissioned by July. And sewage from Khadegolavali area will be diverted to the KDMC sewage treatment plant which would enable another 8 mld to be treated before being discharged into the river. While MIDC has been directed to file quarterly reports, the court said all affidavits for various municipalities are to be filed by their chiefs. In its plea before NGT in 2013, NGO Vanashakti pointed out high pollution. “On one hand the river is source of clean and pure potable water for cities like Navi Mumbai and Badlapur, on the other it is full of filth once it passes through Ambernath till Balkum in Thane,” said D Stalin, director (conservation), Vanashakti. 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2020-02-16Sitdown Sunday: The oldest person who ever lived... or a fraud? - TheJournal.ie
Sitdown Sunday: The oldest person who ever lived... or a fraud? Settle back in a comfy chair and sit back with some of the week’s best longreads. By Aoife Barry Sunday 16 Feb 2020, 9:00 AM 10 hours ago 26,698 Views No Comments https://jrnl.ie/5006072 Share1 Tweet Email2 Image: Shutterstock/Ilya Andriyanov Image: Shutterstock/Ilya Andriyanov IT’S A DAY of rest, and you may be in the mood for a quiet corner and a comfy chair. We’ve hand-picked the week’s best reads for you to savour.  1. Airbnb scam James Temperton was in the AirBnb room he’d booked. Only it wasn’t quite the room that he thought he’d booked. Everything looked just a little… odd. So what was going on? (Wired, approx 32 mins reading time) I reply, explaining that this can’t be the case. In the photos on Airbnb, the kitchen had countertops on both sides. The kitchen I’m standing in has a countertop on one side only. There’s a hallway where there should be a solid wall. Heck, the whole lounge is completely the wrong shape. “Rest assured that you are at the correct property,” my host replies, before going silent. 2. The Last Garden In this essay, originally published in Winter Papers, Paraic O’Donnell writes about his MS diagnosis and his garden. (Irish Times, approx 26 mins reading time) And then, when S. had left, I couldn’t see straight to strip the bed, to bundle the sheets into the wash. Because the crying had started. I hadn’t even noticed, but when I did I couldn’t stop. And this crying, it was not fucking around. It wasn’t the decorous glistening you see in films. No, it was epic, this performance, it was unrestrained and operatic. This was crying in the high style, the heroic mode. This was a balls-out Wagnerian tempest of sorrowing that suspended all other functions and went on for a week. 3. Searching for Mackie A young woman goes out for the evening, and never comes back. Her family are still searching for answers. (Longreads, approx 38 mins reading time) British Columbia’s Highway 16 is a remote belt that stretches across the province to Haida Gwaii. Part of that protracted highway — 724 kilometers of it — is often called the Highway of Tears for the countless women, mostly Indigenous, who have disappeared or been murdered near it. Dozens of families who live around Highway 16 have been left to grapple with the pain of loved ones vanishing with no trace, several of them in recent years. 4. A paedophile writer is on trial The story of Gabriel Matzneff, a French writer who wrote about his paedophilia but who was allegedly protected by elites.  (New York Times, approx 13 mins reading time) But Mr. Matzneff has been summoned to appear in a Paris court on Wednesday, accused of actively promoting pedophilia through his books. Mr. Matzneff could face up to five years in prison, yet the case is also an implicit indictment of an elite that furthered his career and swatted away isolated voices calling for his arrest.  5. The oldest person who ever lived… or a fraud? In 1997, Jeanne Calment died at 122 years of age. Or was that really a lie? (The New Yorker, approx 43 mins reading time) At a hundred and ten, Calment was still living alone, in the Rue Gambetta apartment, where she had never bothered to install a modern heating system. One day, she climbed up on a table to unfreeze the boiler with the flame of a candle, starting a small fire. She agreed to move to a local retirement home, the Maison du Lac, until the weather improved. She ended up staying, and, in 1988, at a hundred and twelve, was briefly recognized as the “doyenne of humanity,” the oldest person in the world.  6. Tampon wars The battle to overthrow the giant that is Tampax. (The Guardian, approx 27 mins reading time) The Tampax team know her intimately. Like all big brands, they run a rolling programme of focus groups, talking to hundreds of women every month. They want to know how she feels about her tampon, whether she’s using it right, what would make it more comfortable, more convenient. They are led, always and exclusively, they like to say, by her needs and desires. What they don’t say, but is implicit, is that they are also led by the need and desire to sell more tampons. …AND A CLASSIC FROM THE ARCHIVES… A look at the lives of women in Ulhasnagar, India, who become gestational carriers. (VQR, approx 27 mins reading time) Sonali showed us a photograph of herself and her husband, a young man with brilliantined hair and a maroon dress shirt that was too big for him. He had died on the railroad tracks—a rumored suicide—leaving the family with weighty home loans. Sonali had already borne a child—despite her husband’s reservations—for an Israeli couple, in December 2012, for which she had earned 2.5 lakhs, or about $4,600, which had not been enough to buy the house outright. To pay the loans, Sonali now planned to do a second surrogacy. She was also recruiting new surrogate mothers and egg donors for Padma, the neighbor who had recruited her in 2009. More: The best reads from every previous Sitdown Sunday> Comments are closed for legal reasons. 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2020-02-16Thane: Fatka robber who targeted cop arrested - Times of India
Thane: Fatka robber who targeted cop arrestedThane: Fatka robber who targeted cop arrestedPradeep Gupta | TNN | Updated: Feb 16, 2020, 13:27 ISTRepresentative imageKALYAN: A fatka robber was arrested by the Kalyan Government Railway Police, for targetting a policeman travelling on an express train last week. History-sheeter Ganesh Mohite (23) had hit constable Vithal Umrane (31) on his hand with a stick, while the latter was travelling from Kalyan to CSMT on the Sinhagad Express. Umrane lost his balance and fell off the train, while Mohite fled with his phone. Umrane suffered injuries to his knee. Mohite, a resident of Siddharth Nagar in Ulhasnagar, inserted a new SIM card into Umrane's phone. The police then tracked the phone's location to Ulhasnagar. Unemployed, the police said Mohite was a drug addict. He was produced before the Kalyan railway court on Saturday and remanded to police custody for three days. Download The Times of India News App for Latest City News.more from times of india citiesDelhi news todayMumbai RainsBangalore RainsDelhi EarthquakeChennai RainsOdisha Elections 2019Delhi PollutionMumbai FloodsAP Elections 2019Trending TopicsJyotiraditya ScindiaCoronavirus in IndiaArvind Kejriwal oathJamia violenceIPL 2020 Schedule Coronavirus LiveTrump India visitKarnataka Bus AccidentCoronavirusJamia Violence VideoLATEST VIDEOSCityOn cam: RPF cop saves woman passenger at Bhubaneswar railway station Watch: Akhilesh Yadav scolds cop after man chants 'Jai Shri Ram' during public gathering in Kannauj Pune: Narrow escape for passengers, as jeep on runway forces Air India flight to lift-off early Shocking! Bhuj college forces girl students to strip to check if they were menstruating More from TOI13 Must Visit Romantic Restaurants in Delhi/NCR for Valentine's DayIs mixing banana and milk good for your health?N95 Pollution Masks to protect you from pollution & infectionsCar inflatable bed: Now make every ride adventurousNavbharat TimesFeatured Today in TravelQuick LinksDelhi Election dateDelhi assembly elections 2020Shiv SenaMumbai floodsMamata BanerjeePriyanka GandhiChandrababu NaiduAditya ThackerayMadras High CourtTejashwi YadavFire in MumbaiTejasvi SuryaPawan KalyanArvind KejriwalYogi AdityanathSrinagar encounterGet the appTrending Now in CitiesVaranasi newsShimla newsSrinagar newsPatna newsMeerut newsMadurai newsLucknow newsKanpur newsJammu newsJaipur newsGhaziabad newsFaridabad newsOther Times Group news sitesThe Economic TimesMumbai MirrorIGN IndiaHindi Economic TimesTimes NowI am GujaratPune MirrorTamil SamayamBangalore MirrorMaharashtra TimesTelugu SamayamAhmedabad MirrorGo GreenMiss KyraItsMyAscentNavbharat TimesEducation TimesFILMIPOP HindiBrand CapitalEisamayIndiatimesGujarati Economic TimesVijaya KarnatakaMalayalam SamayamTimes FoodGames AppMX PlayerTimesPointsLiving and entertainmentiDivaMensXP.comFeminaETimesGraziaZoomTravel DestinationsBombay TimesCricbuzz.comFilmfareOnline SongsTVLife & Style Longwalks AppNewspaper SubscriptionFood NewsTimes PrimeWhats Hottop trendsJyotiraditya ScindiaCoronavirus in IndiaArvind Kejriwal oathJamia violenceIPL 2020 Schedule Coronavirus LiveTrump India visitKarnataka Bus AccidentCoronavirusJamia Violence VideoBihar Deled Admit CardAir India FlightIndia US Trade DealIIM Bangalore PlacementsWhat is CoronavirusCBSE Date SheetIPL 2020 Players ListHoroscope todayservicesAds 2 BookBank Exam AppET Money Finance AppCouponDuniaDineoutMagicbricksTechgigTimes JobsBollywood NewsTimes MobileBuy CarRemit 2 IndiaTC NextBikes in IndiaUsed CarsAstro SpeakGadgets NowCareersColombiaPopular CategoriesHeadlinesSports NewsBusiness NewsIndia NewsWorld NewsBollywood NewsHealth & Fitness TipsIndian TV ShowsCelebrity Photoshot on the webKhesari New SongArti SinghZodiac SignsSidharth Thanks FansAnjana Singh Sexy VideoGauahar and KishwerMahira SharmaFilmfare Awards PicturesWeight Loss StoryTrending topicsFilmfare Awards WinnersGully Boy WinsBigg Boss 13 WinnerBoney KapoorFilmfare AwardsVarun DhawanKajal AggarwalAyushmann KhurranaRanveer-AliaLove Aaj Kal BOBigg Boss 13 LiveFilmfare Awards 2020 LiveRealme C3Oppo Reno 3 Pro 5G iPadSamsung 25W Power BankiPhone XRAmazon App QuizFollow us onfacebooktwitterrss feedyoutubedownload toi appandroidiphoneBlackBerryipadwindows phoneText resize:aaaAbout us Create Your Own Ad Terms of Use and Grievance Redressal Policy Privacy policy Advertise with us RSS Sitemap Archives Copyright © 2020 Bennett, Coleman & Co. Ltd. All rights reserved. For reprint rights: Times Syndication Service
2020-02-15In separate cases, 2 men try to murder wives on suspicion of infidelity: Cops - Hindustan Times
2020-02-14QCrime: MP Cop Held for Rape; Man Stabs Wife With Screwdriver - The Quint
QCrime: MP Cop Held for Rape; Man Stabs Wife With ScrewdriverSHARE, SAVE, COMMENT Crime news from across the country on QCrime. Image used for representation.(Photo: iStock)QCrime: MP Cop Held for Rape; Man Stabs Wife With ScrewdriverThe Quint02H 29M AGOIndia6 min readSHARE, SAVE, COMMENTFBTFGPLE0SHARE, SAVE, COMMENTfbtfwComment01. Madhya Pradesh Cop Arrested For Raping Woman, Holding Her Captive: PoliceA police inspector has been arrested for allegedly raping a 20-year-old woman and holding her captive in Gandhavani area near Dhar in Madhya Pradesh, an official said on Thursday, 13 February.The accused, NK Suryavanshi, 52, in-charge Inspector of Gandhavani police station was arrested late on Wednesday night, the official said."Suryavanshi held the woman captive at his house for more than three days and raped her. He was suspended on Tuesday after the incident came to light," District Superintendent of Police Aditya Pratap Singh said.(Source: NDTV)Also Read : ‘Go to Pakistan,’ BJP MP Tells Poet Munawwar Rana’s DaughterLoading...2. Kolkata: Man Stabs Wife With Screwdriver Suspecting ‘Affair’, Throws Acid on HerA man allegedly threw acid on his wife in the city on Thursday, 13 February, before attacking her with a screw-driver on suspicion that she is having an extra-marital relationship, police said.The woman who has been living with their two children at Kasba in south Kolkata is hospitalised with burn injuries on her neck and hands.Police said their five-year-old son was present when he attacked her with a screw-driver, pinned her to the ground and threw acid on her.The incident occured in front of their son’s school.(Source: The Indian Express)Also Read : Anti-CAA Protester Molested, Others Beaten, at Kolkata Book Fair3. 7 Elephant Teeth Worth Over Rs 1 Crore Seized In Bengal, 1 Arrested: CopsSeven elephant teeth worth around Rs 1.29 crore have been seized from a man travelling on a train in West Bengal, a Directorate of Revenue Intelligence (DRI) official said on Thursday.Acting on a tip-off, detectives of the DRI on Wednesday night arrested a person with the teeth aboard a Varanasi-bound train coming from Guwahati which had halted at New Jalpaiguri railway station in West Bengal, the official said.(Source: NDTV)4. Minor Detained For Allegedly Raping, Killing Woman In GoaThe Goa police on Thursday has detained a minor boy for the alleged rape and killing of a 28-year-old woman at Porvorim near, an official said.The police have launched a manhunt for another man involved in the crime, he added.The woman's decomposed body was found in the forest near Porvorim on 10 February, the official said, adding that the victim has been identified as a native of Odisha, who was living in Goa.A 16-year-old boy has been detained for raping the woman and killing her along with another man, deputy superintendent of police (Porvorim) Edwin Colaco said.(Source: NDTV)5. Rapist Sent to 12 Years in Jail on 10-Yr-Old Victim’s Testimony in MohaliThe testimony of an 11-year-old girl in court, where she also identified her tormentor, proved instrumental as a local court on Thursday sentenced the 29-year-old man to 12 years in jail for raping the minor girl.The court of additional district and sessions judge Harpreet Kaur also imposed a fine of ₹20,000 on the convict, Sagar Kumar, a quack, who ran a clinic in Nayagaon.Besides, the victim was awarded ₹5 lakh as compensation under the victim compensation scheme.“The victim identified Kumar, who had raped her thrice before being arrested, which helped in his conviction,” said public prosecutor Manjit Singh.(Source: Hindustan Times)Also Read : Kanpur: Mother Accuses Son of Rape Attempt on Minor Daughter6. 25-Year-Old Badlapur Resident Murders Brother-In-LawA 25-year-old man allegedly killed his brother-in-law with a plough at Badlapur (East) on Thursday, 13 February, evening over a financial dispute.According to police officers, the accused, Amar Vishwakarma, is a resident of Apatewadi in Badlapur. In the evening, the victim, identified as 27-year-old Prabhakar Wayal, had visited the accused’s home, to resolve a pending financial dispute. The police said Vishwakarma had taken a loan from the victim.“The discussion between the two turned into a fight, following which the accused attacked his brother-in-law with a plough kept at his home. Some neighbours who witnessed the crime, rushed the victim to a nearby private hospital, where he declared dead,” an officer said.(Source: Hindustan Times)7. Man Booked for Submitting Fake Papers in Court for BailA man was booked for allegedly submitting fake documents to a court while standing guarantee for the bail of an accused, police said on Thursday, 13 February.An offence was registered against Jaffar Ali Ansari who stood as a guarantor for Bharat Tolani, an accused in a sexual assault case under the Indian Penal Code and Protection of Children from Sexual Offences Act, an official said.On 1 February , Ansari submitted documents such as ration card and driving licence to the Kalyan sessions court, which were sent to Ulhasnagar police station for verification, he said.The Ulhasnagar police found that the documents had been fabricated, following which court officials filed a complaint, he added.(Source: Hindustan Times)8. Pune: 26-Year-Old Man ‘Beaten to Death’ by Co-Passengers in Train Over Petty DisputeA passenger was beaten to death, allegedly by his co-passengers, following a petty dispute on board an Express train near Pune in the early hours of Thursday, 13 February.According to Government Railway Police (GRP), the victim is 26-year-old Sagar Janadran Markad, who lived in Kalyan in Thane district. Markad worked as an auto-rickshaw driver.The incident took place on board the Mumbai-Latur-Bidar Express, when Markad was on his way to Kruduwadi in Solapur to attend the funeral of a relative. He was travelling with his mother Manda, wife Jyoti and two-year-old daughter. The family boarded the general compartment of the Express train from Pune railway station at 12.45 am on Thursday.(Source: The Indian Express)9. Telangana: Rape Accused Tries to Flee Police Checkpost, Dies in AccidentOne person was killed on Wednesday, 12 February, after the car he was fleeing while being stopped at a police checkpost met with an accident in Sangareddy district of Telangana. The deceased was one of three persons wanted for raping a woman on Tuesday.The Zaheerabad DSP has identified the deceased as Kanaganti Soma Chary (45) from Kazipet, while his accomplices have been identified as his brother Kanaganti Bhrama Chary (38) and one Bandi Pavan Kumar (29). All are history-sheeters.In her complaint, the rape survivor had alleged that she was selling gutkha sachets in a bus with her son when two men, pretending to be policemen in civil clothes, searched her bag. The men forced the woman to get off the bus on the pretext that she was being arrested for illegal transport of gutkha, a banned product in the Telangana.(Source: The Indian Express)(Make sure you don't miss fresh news updates from us. 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2020-02-13Man booked for submitting fake papers in court for bail - Hindustan Times
2020-02-137 arrested in ₹4 crore bank fraud - The Hindu
7 arrested in ₹4 crore bank fraud Share On Cities Bengaluru Chennai Coimbatore Delhi Hyderabad Kochi Kolkata Mumbai Kozhikode Madurai Mangaluru Puducherry Thiruvananthapuram Tiruchirapalli Vijayawada Visakhapatnam Bengaluru Chennai Coimbatore Delhi Hyderabad Kochi Kolkata Mumbai Kozhikode Madurai Mangaluru Puducherry Thiruvananthapuram Tiruchirapalli Vijayawada Visakhapatnam Delhi 2020 results: AAP holds fort but chinks in armour show News Cities Mumbai Mumbai 7 arrested in ₹4 crore bank fraud Raina Assainar Navi Mumbai , February 14, 2020 01:32 IST Updated: February 14, 2020 01:32 IST Share Article PRINT A A A Cover blown: The accused, including an advocate and a bank employee, being taken into custody on Thursday.   | Photo Credit: Yogesh Mhatre Raina Assainar Navi Mumbai , February 14, 2020 01:32 IST Updated: February 14, 2020 01:32 IST Accused forge cheque to transfer money from private company’s bank account The Panvel City police have arrested seven people who forged cheques and transferred ₹4.10 crore from the bank account of Herbal Life International Pvt Ltd. The accused have been identified as advocate Aarafat Hanif Shaikh (33), a resident of Sector 17 in Nerul; Mukesh Lakshman Prasad Gupta (45), a sales manager at ICICI Bank’s Old Panvel branch; Vinod Madhukar Bhosale (44), a resident of Kalamboli who runs a construction business; Javed Habib Ahmad Qureshi (55), a resident of JJ Road in Mumbai; Shrijil Mohanan Kurupambil (39), a resident of Dombivali; Ramkishan Lularknath Pandey (51), an exporter from Ulhasnagar; and Amitara Aurovido Mitra (61), a consultant from Santacruz with a degree in microbiology from Germany.The complaint was filed by the manager of ICICI Bank’s Old Panvel branch on February 8. According to the complaint, on February 5, a man submitted an application at the branch to change the registered mobile number attached to the bank account of Herbal Life International Pvt Ltd. The application had the letterhead and digital signature of the company.Later, another man entered the branch with a cheque of the company and sought to transfer ₹4.10 crore via real-time gross settlement (RTGS) to the bank account of RK Enterprises at Induslnd Bank’s Koparkhairane branch. After the money was transferred, Herbal Life International Pvt Ltd received a notification via email regarding the transaction. The company informed ICICI Bank that it had neither issued a cheque nor requested to change its mobile number. ICICI Bank then informed Induslnd Bank to freeze the transferred amount. However, the accused had withdrawn ₹4 lakh from the bank account.Ashok Dudhe, Deputy Commissioner of Police (Zone II), said, “We informed ICICI Bank officials to inform us if any person visits the bank to enquire about the transaction.” A team comprising senior police inspector Ajay Landge, assistant police inspectors Nilesh Rajput and Ishan Kharote, and police personnel was formed to nab the accused. When Mr. Pandey turned up at the bank, the officials alerted the police and they arrested him. Mr. Pandey’s interrogation led the police to the remaining accused and the final arrest in the case was made on Wednesday.The police said Mr. Shaikh was the mastermind of the fraud and had been planning it for the past six months. Mr. Shaikh first asked Mr. Pandey to open an account at Induslnd Bank and then got in touch with Mr. Gupta with the help of an accused, who is still absconding. Mr. Shaikh paid Mr. Gupta and the wanted accused ₹10,000 each to obtain the account number and cheque numbers of Herbal Life International Pvt Ltd.Mr. Dudhe said, “Mr. Shaikh chose the company as it used to make many transactions and had a hefty sum in its account.” Mr. Shaikh then used details on the company’s website to forge the letterhead, download the digital signature and create a rubber stamp. He handed over the forged documents to Mr. Mitra, who submitted the application to change the company’s registered mobile number.Meanwhile, Mr. Qureshi procured fake cheques from Delhi and gave them to Mr. Bhosale, who passed them on to Mr. Kurupambil. The police said it was Mr. Kurupambil who submitted the cheque at ICICI Bank. “We are probing how the fake cheques were made. They even had the unique watermark due to which they were cleared. More arrests will be made if other bank employees are found to be involved in the fraud,” Mr. Dudhe said. The accused have been remanded in police custody till Saturday.Employee suspendedAn ICICI Bank spokesperson said, “We received a cheque along with an RTGS instruction ostensibly from the customer. Therefore, money was transferred to a third party account of a different bank, as per the instruction. Then, the customer informed us that it had not issued the cheque. Taking cognisance of the complaint, we immediately requested the other bank to freeze the account. While a fraction of the amount was withdrawn by the fraudsters from an ATM in Delhi, most of the amount was put under freeze with the other bank. This amount is available in the banking system. The bank has a zero tolerance policy for any act of indiscretion or fraud. The employee, who has been found involved, has been suspended. The bank has been extending full cooperation to the investigating authorities.” You have reached your limit for free articles this month. 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2020-02-13Maharashtra: Man booked for submitting fake documents in court - Mumbai Mirror
Maharashtra: Man booked for submitting fake documents in courtYou are in an offline modeMaharashtra: Man booked for submitting fake documents in courtPTI | Updated: Feb 13, 2020, 14:34 ISTPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeShareRepresentational imageThane: A man was booked for allegedly submitting fake documents to a court here in Maharashtra while standing guarantee for the bail of an accused, police said on Thursday. An offence was registered against Jaffar Ali Ansari who stood as a guarantor for Bharat Tolani, an accused in a sexual assault case under the Indian Penal Code and Protection of Children from Sexual Offences Act, an official said. On February 1, Ansari submitted documents such as ration card and driving license to the Kalyan sessions court, which were sent to Ulhasnagar police station for verification, he said. The Ulhasnagar police found that the documents had been fabricated, following which court officials filed a complaint, he added. A case was registered against Ansari under section 420 (cheating) and other relevant provisions of the Indian Penal Code, police PRO Sukhada Narkar said, adding that no arrest has been made so far. RELATED NEWSThane: Two from Ulhasnagar arrested for extorting money from builderJan 23, 2020Ulhasnagar man held for bid to kill mother of woman he stalkedJan 20, 2020Thane: Man booked for attempting to set wife on fireJan 03, 2020 Homes by Vajram Tiara gives separate living and family areasVajram group3 &4 BHK Apts in a 22-Acre Integrated Township In WhitefieldAssetz Marq 2Taxi driver is unable to arrange Rs 30 lakh to save daughterKETTOHuge CEO mistake makes thousands rich in Calcutta.Spot Light PostsThe best time to book your dream home is here.Hurry up!Times Property FestivalApts. in Global Techies Town starting@a lowest price of 59L*GM INFINITE Own a managed farm with all ameneties, Starting at 9L.Hosachiguru100+ acre villa community by Nambiar Builders in B'loreNambiar BuildersBook your seat for IYF 2020 from 1st-7th March in Rishikesh!International Yog FestivalPurva Atmosphere, designed by world-famous architect!Puravankara AtmospherePersonalized Home Interior For Every Taste & BudgetDesign CafeBecome a Data Science expert with BITS PilaniBits Pilani
2020-02-13Maha: Man booked for submitting fake documents in court - Devdiscourse
Maha: Man booked for submitting fake documents in court PTI | Thane | Updated: 13-02-2020 13:56 IST | Created: 13-02-2020 13:56 IST A man was booked for allegedly submitting fake documents to a court here in Maharashtra while standing guarantee for the bail of an accused, police said on Thursday. An offence was registered against Jaffar Ali Ansari who stood as a guarantor for Bharat Tolani, an accused in a sexual assault case under the Indian Penal Code and Protection of Children from Sexual Offences Act, an official said. On February 1, Ansari submitted documents such as ration card and driving license to the Kalyan sessions court, which were sent to Ulhasnagar police station for verification, he said. The Ulhasnagar police found that the documents had been fabricated, following which court officials filed a complaint, he added. A case was registered against Ansari under section 420 (cheating) and other relevant provisions of the Indian Penal Code, police PRO Sukhada Narkar said, adding that no arrest has been made so far.. (This story has not been edited by Devdiscourse staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.) Download The Devdiscourse News App for Latest News. 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2020-02-13MH-FORGERY-COURT - THE WEEK
Toggle navigation MAGAZINE The Week Health Wallet Contact Login Logout Message Us Subscribe HOME INDIA WORLD BUSINESS SPORTS SCI/TECH LEISURE ENTERTAINMENT HEALTH EDUCATION VIDEOS more GALLERY REVIEWS Home wire updates NATIONAL MH-FORGERY-COURT PTI February 13, 2020 14:02 IST Maha: Man booked for submitting fake documents in court    Thane, Feb 13 (PTI) A man was booked for allegedlysubmitting fake documents to a court here in Maharashtra whilestanding guarantee for the bail of an accused, police said onThursday.    An offence was registered against Jaffar Ali Ansariwho stood as a guarantor for Bharat Tolani, an accused in asexual assault case under the Indian Penal Code and Protectionof Children from Sexual Offences Act, an official said.    On February 1, Ansari submitted documents such asration card and driving license to the Kalyan sessions court,which were sent to Ulhasnagar police station for verification,he said.    The Ulhasnagar police found that the documents hadbeen fabricated, following which court officials filed acomplaint, he added.    A case was registered against Ansari under section 420(cheating) and other relevant provisions of the Indian PenalCode, police PRO Sukhada Narkar said, adding that no arresthas been made so far. PTI CORARU ARU (This story has not been edited by THE WEEK and is auto-generated from PTI) Also read Powerful regional parties should come together: Pawar Royal Challengers Bangalore unveil new logo ahead of IPL 2020 Billie Eilish unveils title track of James Bond movie 'No Time to Die' Request banks with folded hands to take your money: Vijay Mallya Salty water may be running on the surface of Mars Tweets by TheWeekLive DOWNLOAD The Week Mobile App Terms & Conditions Privacy & Statement Copyright © 2020 All rights reserved
2020-02-12Union Budget allocates Rs 5000 cr for bullet train, MUTP gets Rs 550 cr - Construction Week Online India
Union Budget allocates Rs 5,000 cr for bullet train, MUTP gets Rs 550 cr The budget has allocated Rs 500 crore for construction of a new outstation terminus at Jogeshwari 12 Feb 2020 The Central government has allocated Rs 5,000-crore for the Mumbai-Ahmedabad bullet train project in the Union Budget 2020-21. The Central government has allocated the money through a special fund – extra budgetary resources (EBR). The 508 km long high-speed corridor, which will cut down travel time between the two cities to around three hours, is estimated to cost Rs 1.10 lakh crore. Besides the bullet train, the budget has allocated Rs 500 crore for construction of a new outstation terminus at Jogeshwari; Rs 550 crore for different works under the Mumbai Urban Transport Project (MUTP). While MUTP-2 involves works to separate suburban and outstation train corridors, MUTP-3 and MUTP-3A are meant to improve connectivity in the Mumbai Metropolitan Region (MMR) and procure air-conditioned locals. Passenger amenities on the suburban railway network, too, have got a fillip with an allocation of Rs 295.6 crore. This includes Rs 38.5 crore for passenger amenities such as construction of foot overbridges at Dadar, Lower Parel, Prabhadevi, Mulund, Goregaon, Bandra, Vikhroli, Vasai Road, Titwala, Nallasopara, Atgaon, Virar, Ulhasnagar, Kasara, Ambivali, Vasind, Wadala, Govandi and Tilak Nagar railway stations. Funds have also been allocated for regirdering, construction of road overbridges at Charni Road, Prabhadevi, Vikhroli and Kalyan. Rebuilding of station building at Lokmanya Tilak Terminus, Andheri and Borivli has been approved too. CENTRAL GOVERNMENTMUMBAI-AHMEDABAD BULLET TRAINUNION BUDGET 2020-21JOGESHWARIMUMBAI URBAN TRANSPORT PROJECTMUMBAI METROPOLITAN REGIONFOOT OVERBRIDGESDADARLOWER PARELPRABHADEVIMULUNDGOREGAONBANDRAVIKHROLIVASAI ROADVIRARWADALAGOVANDICHARNI ROADLOKMANYA TILAK TERMINUSANDHERIBORIVLI Related Articles CREDAI recommendations for the Union Budget 2020-21: Satish Magar Mr. Vipin Sondhi, MD & CEO, JCB India Ltd. welcoming the Union Budget 2018 Union Budget 2010 – Industry reactions Most Popular Get the latest news delivered straight to your inbox! Name E-mail Address Multimedia In conversation with Murali M, CMD, Shriram Properties, Bangalore, for the February cover story of Construction Week. Awards Olympia Group announces to build up 1.1mn sq-ft greenfield it park in GuindybyTeam CW09 May 2019 The project will have a total investment of about Rs 750 crore Latest Issue 06 Jan 2020 Useful linksAdvertise Contact Us Privacy Terms Subscription Sister SitesArchitect and Interiors India Commercial Design Digital Studio India Sister sites cntHealthcare Radius Hotelier India Manufacturing Today About us ConstructionWeekonline.in is the digital destination for construction professionals in India. Published by ITP Publishing India Pvt. Ltd. All Rights Reserved © 2020. Business Events Lists People Projects & Tenders
2020-02-11Mumbai: Five held for kidnapping man in Bhiwandi - Free Press Journal
Mumbai: Five held for kidnapping man in BhiwandiBy Narendra Gupta The victim, identified as Mohmmad Shakil Khan (30), was wrongly confined in a garage at Ambernath. Khan is manager at a footwear factory in Bhiwandi. Thane: The Bhiwandi Narpoli police have arrested five persons, including a woman, and rescued a 30-year-old man who was kidnapped for a ransom of Rs 15 lakh. The victim, identified as Mohmmad Shakil Khan (30), was wrongly confined in a garage at Ambernath. Khan is manager at a footwear factory in Bhiwandi. The arrested kidnappers have been identified as Shagir Abdul Rehman Chaudhary (30), who is the prime accused; Abdul Kalam Khan (29), who arranged the vehicle to travel; Swati Mali (26) — all residents of Ulhasnagar; Wasiullah Khan Chaudhary, a resident of Ambernath who is the owner of the garage where the victim was kept, and Wasim Israr Khan (29), who tied up the victim in the garage. The absconding kidnapper is Salman (32). Both Wasim and Salman are residents of Pune. On February 5, the victim told his wife Asma that he was going to Mumbai for some work. When he did not return home, Asma contacted his factory owner and she was told that he had not gone to the factory. She went to the police station and registered a missing complaint on February 6. On February 7, Asma received a ransom call for Rs 15 lakh. The police then booked a kidnapping case. The kidnappers called her again for a couple of times and told her to arrange the money and get it to Kalyan. The investigating officer revealed that the accused used the victim’s cellphone to make the ransom calls. Police inspector Ravindra Wani said, “Based on mobile tower location, we reached the Ambernath garage. It was shut from outside. We called the fire brigade and unlocked the shutter. Shakil was rescued and one of the accused, Wasim, was held.” Later, Swati, Wasiullah, Abdul Kalam were also caught. On February 8, Shagir was arrested from Ulhasnagar. During interrogation, Shagir, who is an ex-employee of the footwear factory, had some disputes over money with Shakil. Shagir contacted Shakil on WhatsApp, pretending that he was a girl. They chatted for three months and later he insisted on meeting Shakil. Shagir contacted his neighbour Swati she agreed to meet Shakil as the girl. On February 5, when Shakil had gone to meet her in Kalyan he was kidnapped. The five accused were produced in the court and they were remanded in police custody till February 12. Police are looking out for the absconding accused.(For all the latest News, Mumbai, Entertainment, Cricket, Business and Featured News updates, visit Free Press Journal. Also, follow us on Twitter and Instagram and do like our Facebook page for continuous updates on the go)arrestedBhiwandikidnappingRecent StoriesLIVENZ vs IND 3rd ODI: KL Rahul leads Indian fightback after early batting collapsePresident Donald Trump's visit to further strengthen strategic ties: India LIVEDelhi Election Results 2020 Updates: AAP crosses majority mark in early leads, BJP ahead in 15Delhi Elections 2020: Congress candidate Mukesh Sharma throws in the towel merely 46 minutes after counting starts ASI rejects Twitter user's 'misleading' tweets on Konark Temple restoration trending About UsCareersDisclaimerPrivacy PolicyContact UsAdvertise With UsRSSFree Press Journal | Powered by Quintype Follow us on Close Free Press Journal www.freepressjournal.in INSTALL APP
2020-02-11Four Ulhasnagar residents held for kidnap bid - Times of India
Four Ulhasnagar residents held for kidnap bidFour Ulhasnagar residents held for kidnap bidPradeep Gupta | TNN | Updated: Feb 11, 2020, 14:41 ISTRepresentative imageBHIWANDI: Narpoli police cracked a kidnapping case by arresting four Ulhasnagar residents, including a woman, who they used as a honey trap to call a man to Kalyan. They had kidnapped the man and demanded a ransom of Rs 15 lakh. Police rescued Shakil Khan (30), a manager with a footwear firm, where main accused, Shagir Chaudhary (30), was working too. Shagir wanted to take revenge following an old financial dispute. Police also arrested Abdul Khan (29), who arranged the vehicle for the kidnapping. Swati Mali (26) was used as the honey trap to call the victim, who was held captive at the garage of Wasim Khan (32). Fifth accused Salman (32) is on the run. Download The Times of India News App for Latest City News.more from times of india citiesDelhi news todayMumbai RainsBangalore RainsDelhi EarthquakeChennai RainsOdisha Elections 2019Delhi PollutionMumbai FloodsAP Elections 2019Trending TopicsElection Results Delhi Coronavirus newsIND vs NZ 3rd ODIDonald Trump India VisitDelhi Election Result LiveShaheen BaghManish SisodiaNarendra ModiCoronavirusLive Cricket ScoreLATEST VIDEOSCityStudents complain of 'Mass molestation' at Gargi college fest, Delhi Police and Principal face heat Won't be surprised if Kejriwal loses from New Delhi seat: Kapil Mishra Jamia students-Delhi Police scuffle: Now cops appeal to protesting students Anti-CAA march: Scuffle between Jamia students and Delhi Police; proctor urges students to step back More from TOIAre dishwashing soaps secretly destroying your health?India’s 30 Biryani VarietiesSmart TVs with incredible built-in soundHere’s how you can reverse hair fall with onion juiceNavbharat TimesFeatured Today in TravelQuick LinksDelhi Election dateDelhi assembly elections 2020Shiv SenaMumbai floodsMamata BanerjeePriyanka GandhiChandrababu NaiduAditya ThackerayMadras High CourtTejashwi YadavFire in MumbaiTejasvi SuryaPawan KalyanArvind KejriwalYogi AdityanathSrinagar encounterGet the appTrending Now in CitiesVaranasi newsShimla newsSrinagar newsPatna newsMeerut newsMadurai newsLucknow newsKanpur newsJammu newsJaipur newsGhaziabad newsFaridabad newsOther Times Group news sitesThe Economic TimesMumbai MirrorIGN IndiaHindi Economic TimesTimes NowI am GujaratPune MirrorTamil SamayamBangalore MirrorMaharashtra TimesTelugu SamayamAhmedabad MirrorGo GreenMiss KyraItsMyAscentNavbharat TimesEducation TimesFILMIPOP HindiBrand CapitalEisamayIndiatimesGujarati Economic TimesVijaya KarnatakaMalayalam SamayamTimes FoodGames AppMX PlayerTimesPointsLiving and entertainmentiDivaMensXP.comFeminaETimesGraziaZoomTravel DestinationsBombay TimesCricbuzz.comFilmfareOnline SongsTVLife & Style Longwalks AppNewspaper SubscriptionFood NewsTimes PrimeWhats Hottop trendsElection Results Delhi Coronavirus newsIND vs NZ 3rd ODIDonald Trump India VisitDelhi Election Result LiveShaheen BaghManish SisodiaNarendra ModiCoronavirusLive Cricket ScoreSBI Clerk Admit CardWeekly HoroscopeAmazonBihar Police Exam DateWhat is CoronavirusCBSE Date SheetIPL 2020 Players ListHoroscope todayservicesAds 2 BookBank Exam AppET Money Finance AppCouponDuniaDineoutMagicbricksTechgigTimes JobsBollywood NewsTimes MobileBuy CarRemit 2 IndiaTC NextBikes in IndiaUsed CarsAstro SpeakGadgets NowCareersColombiaPopular CategoriesHeadlinesSports NewsBusiness NewsIndia NewsWorld NewsBollywood NewsHealth & Fitness TipsIndian TV ShowsCelebrity Photoshot on the webVijay-SimranLata MangeshkarMalang BOSherlyn ChopraSara-KareenaWeight LossSidharth to MonicaBigg Boss 13Disha PataniTrending topicsSalman KhanKareena's DoppelgängerKalki KoechlinMalang Box OfficeKareena CelebratesShah Rukh-KajolKareena KapoorNushrat Bharucha ReactsKriti SanonRanveer-DeepikaSara Ali KhanOscar 2020 WinnersSamsung S20 SeriesJeff BezosGoogle Ambient ModePoco X2 SaleRedmi 8A PriceAmazon App QuizFollow us onfacebooktwitterrss feedyoutubedownload toi appandroidiphoneBlackBerryipadwindows phoneText resize:aaaAbout us Create Your Own Ad Terms of Use and Grievance Redressal Policy Privacy policy Advertise with us RSS Sitemap Archives Copyright © 2020 Bennett, Coleman & Co. Ltd. All rights reserved. For reprint rights: Times Syndication Service
2020-02-11Mumbai: Govt approves 10 more Shiv Bhojan centres - The Indian Express
Mumbai: Govt approves 10 more Shiv Bhojan centres Mumbai: Govt approves 10 more Shiv Bhojan centres While a total of 10 centres were initially opened in Mumbai and neighbouring Thane, Navi Mumbai, and Mira Bhayander, Controller of Rationing and Director of Civil Supplies (Mumbai) Kailash Pagare said that 10 more places — six in Mumbai, one each in Navi Mumbai, Kalyan and Ulhasnagar — were approved on Monday. Written by Sandeep Ashar | Mumbai | Published: February 12, 2020 3:06:57 am On January 26, Thackeray had rolled out his pet scheme across 100 centres in the state. Buoyed by the response to state’s flagship subsidised food scheme, Shiv Bhojan, the Maha Vikas Aghadi government Monday approved 10 new canteens in Mumbai, Navi Mumbai and Thane under the scheme. On January 26, Thackeray had rolled out his pet scheme across 100 centres in the state. Within a month, 39 new centres have been opened, officials said. While a total of 10 centres were initially opened in Mumbai and neighbouring Thane, Navi Mumbai, and Mira Bhayander, Controller of Rationing and Director of Civil Supplies (Mumbai) Kailash Pagare said that 10 more places — six in Mumbai, one each in Navi Mumbai, Kalyan and Ulhasnagar — were approved on Monday. Thackeray’s Shiv Bhojan scheme, which was a part of his party’s election manifesto, and a part of the MVA’s common minimum programme, is Maharashtra’s own version of Tamil Nadu’s Amma canteens that provide food to the poor at heavily subsidised rates. In Maharashtra, Thackeray’s subsidised canteens run between 12-2 pm daily, serving a full meal including two chapatis, a vegetable bowl, rice and dal at Rs 10 to beneficiaries. The state plans to serve 18,000 subsidised thalis daily. Unlike Amma canteens, Maharashtra chose to run the scheme with the help of existing food canteens run by the government, women self-help groups, caterers near high-footfall areas such as government hospitals, government offices, state transport depots and industrial estates. Officials have said the scheme was receiving a good response from the public ever since it was rolled out.
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2020-02-09Ambernath factory fire: Not a single person injured - Free Press Journal
Ambernath factory fire: Not a single person injured By Narendra Gupta The fire took place at Meera Perfumery Works in Swastik Compound at Morivli, Ambernath, which deals with manufacturing of incense sticks. Representational ImageTwitterThane: A major fire broke out at an incense sticks manufacturing factory at Morivli village in Ambernath, MIDC on Saturday night. Fire officials said no casualties or injuries were reported.The fire took place at Meera Perfumery Works in Swastik Compound at Morivli, Ambernath, which deals with manufacturing of incense sticks. Ambernath fire officials said, “We received a call at 9 pm and rushed to the spot. Seven fire engines came from Ambernath, Ambernath MIDC, Ulhasnagar, Kalyan and Badlapur fire stations. Six water tankers were also used to douse the fire.” According to fire officials, “The entire factory was gutted in the incident. The fire was completely brought under control on Sunday morning. There were no workers in the factory as it had closed operations after 8 pm.”(For all the latest News, Mumbai, Entertainment, Cricket, Business and Featured News updates, visit Free Press Journal. Also, follow us on Twitter and Instagram and do like our Facebook page for continuous updates on the go)ambernathMorivli villageSwastik CompoundMeera Perfumery WorksRecent StoriesMaharashtra: 24-year-old college lecturer set ablaze by stalker dies during treatmentChina’s coronavirus death toll rises to 908, confirmed cases over 40,000Oscars 2020: Bong Joon Ho wins best original screenplay for 'Parasite', 'Jojo Rabbit' gets adapted OscarMMRDA terminates contract of Metro contractors who fail to set deadlinesMaharashtra cabinet divided over proposal of 100 free units of power trending About UsCareersDisclaimerPrivacy PolicyContact UsAdvertise With UsRSSFree Press Journal | Powered by Quintype Follow us on Close Free Press Journal www.freepressjournal.in INSTALL APP
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2020-02-08MH-FACTORY-FIRE - THE WEEK
Toggle navigation MAGAZINE The Week Health Wallet Contact Login Logout Message Us Subscribe HOME INDIA WORLD BUSINESS SPORTS SCI/TECH LEISURE ENTERTAINMENT HEALTH EDUCATION VIDEOS more GALLERY REVIEWS Home wire updates NATIONAL MH-FACTORY-FIRE PTI February 08, 2020 23:47 IST Maha: Fire erupts in industrial unit in Thane district    Thane, Feb 8 (PTI) A massive fire broke out onSaturday night in an industrial unit located in Ambernath cityin Thane district of Maharashtra, officials said.    There are no reports of any casualty.    The blaze erupted in the incense sticks-manufacturingunit at around 9:15 pm and soon spread to various departmentson its premises, Chief of Regional Disaster Management Cell(RDMC) of Thane Municipal Corporation Santosh Kadam told PTI.    He said at least half a dozen fire engines fromAmbernath, Badlapur and Ulhasnagar are trying to control theblaze.    The cause of the blaze cannot be known immediately,Kadam added. PTI CORR NSKNSK NSK (This story has not been edited by THE WEEK and is auto-generated from PTI) Also read Goa Archbishop calls CAA 'discriminatory', days after RSS invites him for event Tendulkar to bat for one over during innings break of Bushfire charity match 'Kindly don't question my citizenship': Taapsee Pannu shuts down troll Data analytics, Artificial Intelligence helped improve GST collections: Centre Indian cities are turning into "urban heat islands": Study Tweets by TheWeekLive DOWNLOAD The Week Mobile App Terms & Conditions Privacy & Statement Copyright © 2020 All rights reserved
2020-02-08Nina Foundation's wheelchair dancers dazzle audiences with their energy & grace - NewzHook
Skip to main content AccessibilityHeadlinesGet-HookedTechnologyEducationEmploymentParasportsAsk BhavnaNHBrandViewLifestyle × StoriesVideosInclusive Newz Hook on WhatsApp Message "Start" at +917738204376 Accessibility Tools Accessibility ToolsText Size: Reset Home Get-hookedNina Foundation’s wheelchair dancers dazzle audiences with their energy & graceNina Foundation’s wheelchair dancers dazzle audiences with their energy & grace Get-hookedMumbai-based Nina Foundation is committed to raising awareness about issues related to spinal cord injury patients. One of the ways the NGO tries to change public perceptions about disability is through wheelchair dance. Members of the foundation recently demonstrated their skills to audiences in Mumbai.Rapt crowds watched a spell binding performance by a team of wheelchair dancers from the Nina Foundation at the Rotary District 3142 Conference. The theme of the conference was Anant Drishti – Infinite Vision of doing Good in the World, an idea that was beautifully demonstrated by the dancers. The team of 25 wheelchair dancers rocked the audience for 20 minutes with a medley of Bollywood songs, energetic dance moves, wheelies and wheelchair acrobatics with punchy dialogues and superlative acting.Wheelchair dancers changing attitudes towards disabilityGathered in the audience were members of over 95 clubs from from areas like Thane, Navi Mumbai, Dombivali-Kalyan and Ulhasnagar. The aim was to offer a platform to create awareness about impact of spinal cord injury in an innovative way. The Rotary district 3142 is made up of over 3,000 people across diverse professions like medicine, law, engineering, to name a few.The enthusiasm and mainly the refreshing confident smiles on everyone’s faces performing on wheelchairs energised the audience and they spontaneously applauded through the various dance performance and erupted in a standing ovation. – Dr Mohan Chandavarkar, District Governor, Rotary 3142Each year, the rotary districts hold a conference for all district members. The Rotary District 3142 works through six areas of focus to touch and better human lives.”They loved our dance and acting performances”, says Dr Ketna Mehta, Founder, Nina Foundation. “They were amazed and loved the tremendous effort put in by our entire Nina Foundation team”.Among the stories communicated in the show was the journey of a young girl named Pari who meets with a road accident and how her life changes for the better with motivation, counselling and guidance from Nina Foundation’s support group. DALUCI Adult Cloth Diaper Reusable Washable Adjustable Nappy Diaper Old ManLike Nina Foundation, the rotarians too are committed to doing public good. In the current year, the rotarians in district 3142 are set to help people through projects In education and health. 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2020-02-08Maha: Fire Erupts in Industrial Unit in Thane District - LatestLY
Maha: Fire Erupts in Industrial Unit in Thane District Agency News PTI| Feb 08, 2020 11:48 PM IST A+ A- Thane, Feb 8 (PTI) A massive fire broke out on Saturday night in an industrial unit located in Ambernath city in Thane district of Maharashtra, officials said. There are no reports of any casualty. The blaze erupted in the incense sticks-manufacturing unit at around 9:15 pm and soon spread to various departments on its premises, Chief of Regional Disaster Management Cell (RDMC) of Thane Municipal Corporation Santosh Kadam told PTI. He said at least half a dozen fire engines from Ambernath, Badlapur and Ulhasnagar are trying to control the blaze. The cause of the blaze cannot be known immediately, Kadam added.(This is an unedited and auto-generated story from Syndicated News feed, LatestLY Staff may not have modified or edited the content body) Comments
2020-02-07Thalassaemia kids to bat for good health - Times of India
Thalassaemia kids to bat for good healthThalassaemia kids to bat for good healthTushar Tere | TNN | Feb 8, 2020, 04:17 ISTVadodara: Children and youngsters suffering from thalassaemia are usually advised to avoid strenuous physical activities as it may hurt them. But nearly 90 thalassaemia patients from across the country will break the myth when they take the field on Saturday. Aged between 14 and 24 years, the youngsters will play a cricket tournament at a private ground on Gorwa Road. A city-based NGO, The Wishing Factory that works for thalassaemia patients, has organized the event where the participants will play 20-over matches. “The idea is to send a message among thalassaemia patients that the disorder doesn’t restrict them from living a normal life. They can play sports and enjoy it,” said Parth Thakur, a thalassaemia patient, who started the not-for-profit organization. He works for welfare of thalassaemia and blood cancer patients. “As disabled children find it difficult to express their emotions, sports or any physical activity act as an outlet to their emotions and help them cope up with stress, anxiety, and depression. Sports helps enhance mental health by building confidence, self-esteem, and resilience,” Thakur told TOI. The 10-over cricket matches will be played with tennis ball. “We had organized this tournament for the first time last year but this time eight cities including Vadodara, Surat, Rajkot, Delhi, Mumbai, Pune, Ulhasnagar and Nagpur are participating in the tourney,” Thakur added. 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2020-02-06Railway termini at Panvel, Jogeshwari to get Rs 9 crore - Mumbai Mirror
Railway termini at Panvel, Jogeshwari to get Rs 9 croreYou are in an offline modeRailway termini at Panvel, Jogeshwari to get Rs 9 croreBy Kamal MishraKamal Mishra, Mumbai Mirror | Updated: Feb 6, 2020, 08:29 ISTPrint this articleReduce font sizeIncrease font sizeShareWork in Jogeshwari will begin once the railways gets the moneyThe two stations are being developed as hubs of private train operations. Focusing on private train operations in the city, the central government allocated Rs 8 crore for a terminus at Panvel station and Rs 1 crore for a similar facility in Jogeshwari in the Union Budget. The details of allocations for the two projects were released by the government on Wednesday. FM Nirmala Sitharaman had announced 150 private trains in her Budget speech. According to sources, out of the 150 proposed routes, 30 will connect to Mumbai. The railways is planning to operate most private trains for Mumbai from Jogeshwari and Panvel, which have seen an exponential rise in the number of passengers. “We are also looking for routes that would cause minimum disturbance to the suburban section for which these two stations are ideal,” said a railway official. The official also said that the Panvel terminus is being developed at a fast pace and work in Jogeshwari will start once the promised amount is delivered. Additionally, the Centre has allocated Rs 5000 crore for the Mumbai-Ahmedabad high speed rail project. However the Mumbai Urban Transport Project (MUTP), tasked with improving infrastructure in the metropolitan region, has got Rs 28 crore less in this Budget compared to last year’s allocation. The MUTP got Rs 550 crore this time instead of Rs 578 crore last year. The decrease in allocation has been attributed to the government’s focus on railway projects within the city. “Apart from MUTP allocation, the Central Railway will get Rs 300 crore to improve passenger amenities. This includes Rs 4 crore for platform extension in CSMT, Rs 3 crore for Vikhroli road overbridge, Rs 7 crore for Diva road overbridge, Rs 30 crore for upgradation of Matunga railway workshop and Rs 38. 5 crore for the construction of foot overbridges at Dadar, Mulund, Vikhroli, Titwala, Atgaon, Ulhasnagar, Kasara,Ambivali, Vasind, Vadala, Govandi and Tilak Nagar stations,” said CPRO CR, Shivaji Sutar. This time, Western Railway has got gross outlay of Rs 7042 crore, which is 10.9 per cent more than last year, said Ravinder Bhakar, WR, CPRO. “It includes Rs 4.6 crore for safety works, Rs 37.80 crore for track renewals between Churchgate and Virar and Rs 9.82 crore for upgradation of signalling and telecommunication system in Mumbai suburban section,” said Bhakar and added that Rs 1.18 crore will be spent for an integrated security system in 32 stations and Rs 4.24 crore for conservation and restoration of Bandra station, a Grade I heritage structure. RELATED NEWSCentral Railway to operate first AC local on Thane- Vashi-Panvel Tran...Jan 29, 2020More Central Railway passengers opting for first classJan 22, 2020Ticketless travel increased by 51 per cent in Central RailwayNov 12, 2019 Bose Smart Home AudioBose3 & 4BHK apartment located in Whitefield @91.24L!Assetz Marq 2Poonam Saxena makes Rs.8500/day from home!Career TimesHurry Up! Get the lowest price on your dream homes.Times Property FestivalBending the Arc of Human Potential at ASUGSV SummitASU GSVShocked to know, It's raining money.Career Times Mahindra Windchimes Bangalore 3.5&4BHK from 1.70Cr*Mahindra WindchimesPurva Atmosphere, designed by world-famous architect!Puravankara AtmosphereNeed Instant money? New to credit? No issues! Get funds NOWAfinozDoctors Unveiled A Secret Of Weight Loss Upto 1 Kg Per DayPure GarciniaGrand Launch Offer: Get Up To 20% On Kitchen InteriorsDesign CafeGet registration required to start a businessIndiaFilings
2020-02-05Budget allocates ₹5,000 cr for bullet train; MUTP gets ₹550 cr - Hindustan Times
2020-02-05Ulhasnagar civic body launches waivers on property tax penalty arrears - Times of India
Ulhasnagar civic body launches waivers on property tax penalty arrearsUlhasnagar civic body launches waivers on property tax penalty arrearsPradeep Gupta | TNN | Feb 5, 2020, 16:00 ISTPicture for representational purpose only.ULHASNAGAR: Giving major relief to property tax holders in the city, the Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation (UMC) on Wednesday launched 'Abhay Yojana' to waive off the penalty (interest) on property tax arrears with a pending amount up to Rs 1 lakh. The waivers would be given on penalty from 25 % to up to 100% from February 5 to March 23. The schemes will benefit poor and middle class property holders who are unable to pay their property tax for years. Meanwhile, opposition leaders have demanded that scheme's benefits should be given to all the property holders in the city. Sudhakar Deshmukh, commissioner of UMC, while holding press conference said, "If the pending property tax is paid between February 5 and 24, as high as 100% of the penalty amount will be waived off. If it is paid between February 25 to March 7, 75% of the penalty charges will be waived." Deshmukh further said, "Those who pay between March 8 and March 16, 50% waiver will be given while those who pay between March 17 to 23, 25% waiver will be given on the penalty". The UMC officials said that those having dues of over Rs 1 lakh will have to pay their entire dues and they can also apply for waiver on penalty through proper hearing on reason for delay of payment. This proposal under 'Abhay Yojana' was on Tuesday approved by UMC commissioner Deshmukh and Mayor Leelabai Aashan. "The scheme will help civic body to increase revenue as well as it will be beneficial for citizens who will get waiver on penalty on their property tax dues," said Rajesh Vadharya, chairman of standing committee of UMC. Meanwhile, BJP Corporator Manoj Lassi demanded that civic body should give benefits to all properties holders. If UMC officials are to be believed, UMC has property tax dues of Rs 487 crore from around 1,77,000 property holders of city of which around Rs 195 crore is only penalty charged on them for delay of payment. The UMC this year have set target to collect property tax of Rs 120 crore. 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2020-02-05How did Ashish Chanchlani Vines happen? REVEALED - IWMBuzz
How did Ashish Chanchlani Vines happen? REVEALED Ashish Chanchlani's vines are extremely imperative to his success as a YouTube artist. Here's how. Author: Editorial Team 05 Feb,2020 14:13:05 Ashish Chanchlani is a man who needs no introduction. He is incredibly talented and a very gifted man of the people. His talents have never really gone unnoticed. But, it was his background that may surprise some people as to how he came into this industry. He is originally from Ulhasnagar, Maharashtra, where his parents owned a multiplex, which allowed him to watch a lot of movies whilst growing up. Before he started his journey as a hard-core YouTuber, he used to study Civil Engineering at the Datta Megha College in Navi Mumbai. During the course of this, he started making videos for social media purposes and he also started making “Vines”. And, his quirky and interesting vines took the internet by storm. He started getting a lot more attention from the people. And, this slowly gave him the confidence to start his own YouTube channel. And, the rest, of course, is history. What a lovely story. Ashish Chanchlani’s journey is endearing and motivational. Stay tuned for more such updates on your favorite celebs. Ashish Chanchlani Share IWMBuzz Now, access your favourite entertainment news, views and reviews, scintillating videos, lot more, at the click of a single icon! Download Now Your 'FREE' Dose of Entertainment Newsletter!!! Subscribe to Get Your Daily Dose of IWMBuzz I agree to the terms of the privacy policy Also Read DigitalSnippets 05 Feb,2020 Check out: Ashish Chanchlani's Cars and Bikes Collection DigitalSnippets 04 Feb,2020 Best roles played by Ashish Chanchlani DigitalSnippets 02 Feb,2020 Ashish Chanchlani - The Man Of His Words DigitalSnippets 28 Jan,2020 Take beauty tips from Ashish Chanchlani's sister Muskan Chanchlani DigitalNews 27 Jan,2020 Ashish Chanchlani clarifies about his 'insulting tweet' for Dhoni Latest Stories Ayush Mehra to star in Dice Media’s upcoming series - Operation MBBS   Surbhi Chandna, Shefali Jariwala, Vikas Gupta, Tejaswi Prakash, Rohan Mehra at Class of 2020's Pyjama Party Avneet Kaur Vs Janhvi Kapoor: Who Looks Stylish In Chikankari Outfit? Jannat Zubair, Siddharth Nigam, Avneet Kaur: These Child Actors Look Too HOT Now Arishfa Khan, Aashika Bhatia & Avneet Kaur: Rate The Popular Influencer? Bhuvan Bam's Cars and Bikes Collection Photos Times when Hansika Motwani slew heavy outfits with ease Sonam Kapoor's awkward moments in uncomfortable outfits Meet the real family of popular Bigg Boss contestant Asim Riaz Times when Aditya Narayan wooed Neha Kakkar Sara Ali Khan's lehenga collection that will amaze you Bigg Boss 13 fame Siddharth Shukla: Everything you need to know about this TV hottie Ballot Who is your favourite FRIENDS character? Rate the best Taylor Swift song? Who Wore It Better? Neon Edition! Who is the better singer? Dhvani Bhanusali vs Shirley Setia: Who would you love to go on a date with? Which is the most loved game? Latest stories Load More COMPANY About us Disclaimer Terms & Condition Privacy Policy CONTRIBUTE Write for us CONNECT Careers Contact Us Copyright 2020 IWM Publishing & Communication Pvt Ltd. All rights reserved
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2020-02-02Thane: FIR against private contractor, engineer for incurring Rs 1.5 crore loss to civic body - Times of India
Thane: FIR against private contractor, engineer for incurring Rs 1.5 crore loss to civic bodyThane: FIR against private contractor, engineer for incurring Rs 1.5 crore loss to civic bodyPradeep Gupta | TNN | Updated: Feb 2, 2020, 9:59 ISTRepresentative imageULHASNAGAR: Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation filed an FIR on Friday against a private contractor and an engineer of a telecom company for digging up a road without taking required permission, and incurring a loss of Rs 1.5 crore to the civic body. Acting on the complaint of junior engineer Ashwani Ahuja, Hill Line police booked Rehman Shaikh and Bhushan Kokate. The incident came to light on Friday morning, when civic officer Ganesh Shimpi found that the Shaikh was carrying out illegal road work near Kailash Colony to lay fibre optic cables. Around 25m of the road had been damaged. Download The Times of India News App for Latest City News.more from times of india citiesDelhi news todayMumbai RainsBangalore RainsDelhi EarthquakeChennai RainsOdisha Elections 2019Delhi PollutionMumbai FloodsAP Elections 2019Trending TopicsNRI TaxIncome Tax Slab 2020Union Budget 2020Coronavirus in IndiaBudget 2020Nirmala SitharamanNirbhaya caseBudget highlights 2020CoronavirusGATE Mechanical Paper AnalysisLATEST VIDEOSCityOn cam: Gun-wielding man opens fire at protesters in Jamia Meet Kerala's first Muslim woman mahout Shabna Sulaiman Rajasthan: Farmer's suicide bid 'prank' video goes viral First case of coronavirus confirmed in India; Kerala student tested positive More from TOIOrange seller gets Padma Shri AwardHow to make a perfect, fluffy omeletteSmart TVs with incredible built-in soundDrive stress-free with these top Digital Car Tyre InflatorsNavbharat TimesFeatured Today in TravelQuick LinksDelhi Election dateDelhi assembly elections 2020Shiv SenaMumbai floodsMamata BanerjeePriyanka GandhiChandrababu NaiduAditya ThackerayMadras High CourtTejashwi YadavFire in MumbaiTejasvi SuryaPawan KalyanArvind KejriwalYogi AdityanathSrinagar encounterGet the appTrending Now in CitiesVaranasi newsShimla newsSrinagar newsPatna newsMeerut newsMadurai newsLucknow newsKanpur newsJammu newsJaipur newsGhaziabad newsFaridabad newsOther Times Group news sitesThe Economic TimesMumbai MirrorIGN IndiaHindi Economic TimesTimes NowI am GujaratPune MirrorTamil SamayamBangalore MirrorMaharashtra TimesTelugu SamayamAhmedabad MirrorGo GreenMiss KyraItsMyAscentNavbharat TimesEducation TimesFILMIPOP HindiBrand CapitalEisamayIndiatimesGujarati Economic TimesVijaya KarnatakaMalayalam SamayamTimes FoodGames AppMX PlayerTimesPointsLiving and entertainmentiDivaMensXP.comFeminaETimesGraziaZoomTravel DestinationsBombay TimesCricbuzz.comFilmfareOnline SongsTVLife & Style Longwalks AppNewspaper SubscriptionFood NewsTimes PrimeWhats Hottop trendsNRI TaxIncome Tax Slab 2020Union Budget 2020Coronavirus in IndiaBudget 2020Nirmala SitharamanNirbhaya caseBudget highlights 2020CoronavirusGATE Mechanical Paper AnalysisBudget highlightsRatha Saptami 2020What is CoronavirusWipro CEO ResignsSensexDelhi electionIPL 2020 Players ListHoroscope todayservicesAds 2 BookBank Exam AppET Money Finance AppCouponDuniaDineoutMagicbricksTechgigTimes JobsBollywood NewsTimes MobileBuy CarRemit 2 IndiaTC NextBikes in IndiaUsed CarsAstro SpeakGadgets NowCareersColombiaPopular CategoriesHeadlinesSports NewsBusiness NewsIndia NewsWorld NewsBollywood NewsHealth & Fitness TipsIndian TV ShowsCelebrity Photoshot on the webNidhi Jha Sexy VideoGudiya Singh SongAllu ArjunSaif Ali KhanTaapsee Pannu’s ThappadTaapsee PannuJawaani Jaaneman BOBigg Boss 13Love HoroscopeTrending topicsTanaji Vs Jawaani JaanemanGanesh AcharyaPriyanka ChopraJanuary 2020 BO UpdateKartik AaryanTaapsee PannuKareena RocksSara Ali KhanSara to DeepikaWeight Loss StoryMadhu ChopraDeepika PadukoneSamsung Android 10 UpdateGoogle Shut Down App MakerOneplus 8 ProRealme C3 LaunchGoogle Chatbot MeenaAmazon App Quiz AnswersFollow us onfacebooktwitterrss feedyoutubedownload toi appandroidiphoneBlackBerryipadwindows phoneText resize:aaaAbout us Create Your Own Ad Terms of Use and Grievance Redressal Policy Privacy policy Advertise with us RSS Sitemap Archives Copyright © 2019 Bennett, Coleman & Co. Ltd. All rights reserved. For reprint rights: Times Syndication Service
2020-02-01More than 15 persons took ill following suspected food poisoning - United News of India
More than 15 persons took ill following suspected food poisoningNumber of confirmed coronavirus cases in Singapore hits 18Shooting in Toronto apartment building kills threePBL 5: Chennai Superstarz beat Awadhe Warriors to seal semi-final spotModi, Shah trying to split nation: NCPBombay HC issues warrant against IO of Crime Branch Pune IndiaWorldSports WorldcupCricketTennis/Badminton/T THockeyFootballTennisEventsAsian GamesOlympics GamesOther Games IPLCommonwealth GamesNational GameSouth Asian GamesBusiness & Economy Science & Technology FeaturesEntertainment States EastWestNorthSouthAutoworld States » WestPosted at: Feb 2 2020 12:47AM More than 15 persons took ill following suspected food poisoningThane, Feb 01 (UNI) More than15 persons today took ill following a suspected case of food poisoning in the district it was learnt late tonight.The victims were served food on the concluding day of the Maghi Ganesh Utsav at ahouse in Durgadevi pada of old Ambernath in the noon.After consuming the food offered after the pooja the victims who include children complained of nautia, vometting, and giddiness and were rushed to the Central Hospital at Ulhasnagar and treated there sources said.Those affected were from the families of Mukne and Waghe who were mainly affected after consuming the food.Please log in to get detailed story. 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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
rajesh varma      [ 2011-12-30 ]
kindly control the street dog... in ulhasnagar 1
Lalu      [ 2011-12-25 ]
Please clear the illegal Parkig of 2 lines of Trucks Parked on both sides of road at Vithalwaadi Rly. station raod, near kajal Petrol Pump, Ulhasnagar-3.
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