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2015-03-31Ulhasnagar woman cheated, sold - Zee News
Ulhasnagar woman cheated, sold Last Updated: Tuesday, March 31, 2015 - 15:40 Thane: A woman from Ulhasnagar area here was allegedly sold by a woman under the pretext of providing her job, police said on Sunday. The victim, 35, a resident of Ulhasnagar camp no. 3, was allegedly sold for Rs 80,000 by a woman, aunt of one of victim's friends, who took her to Rajasthan and Punjab, Ulhasnagar police station sub-inspector GJ Patil said. According to the complaint filed by the victim with Kalyan Railway Police Force (RPF), she was taken by a woman, who she claimed to be her friend's aunt on January 19 from dadar railway station to various places in Rajasthan and Punjab and was sold for Rs 80,000 for doing domestic works. But, later in February she managed to come back to Mumbai and filed a complaint with Kalyan RPF, which later forwarded the case to Thane Police Commissionerate that transferred it to Ulhasnagar police station yesterday, he said. The exact place where she was sold was not specified in the woman's complaint. No arrest has been made so far and police is also investigating if there was a flesh trade racket involved in it.
2015-03-31Ulhasnagar woman cheated, sold - Business Standard
Ulhasnagar woman cheated, sold Press Trust of India | Thane March 31, 2015 Last Updated at 15:48 IST A woman from Ulhasnagar area here was allegedly sold by a woman under the pretext of providing her job, police said today. The victim, 35, a resident of Ulhasnagar camp no. 3, was allegedly sold for Rs 80,000 by a woman, aunt of one of victim's friends, who took her to Rajasthan and Punjab, Ulhasnagar police station sub-inspector G J Patil said. According to the complaint filed by the victim with Kalyan Railway Police Force (RPF), she was taken by a woman, who she claimed to be her friend's aunt on January 19 from dadar railway station to various places in Rajasthan and Punjab and was sold for Rs 80,000 for doing domestic works. But, later in February she managed to come back to Mumbai and filed a complaint with Kalyan RPF, which later forwarded the case to Thane Police Commissonerate that transferred it to Ulhasnagar police station yesterday, he said. The exact place where she was sold was not specified in the woman's complaint. No arrest has been made so far and police is also investigating if there was a flesh trade racket involved in it.
2015-03-29CR installs 658 ATVM at suburban stations - NYOOOZ
CR installs 658 ATVM at suburban stations In the past, it had installed 383 machines in a phased manner at 74 suburban stations and it recently added 275 more machines based on commuter response. Close Home Mumbai CR installs 658 ATVM at suburban stations NYOOOZ Mumbai Sun,29 Mar 2015 Times of India ---- Sun,29 Mar 2015 12 ---, --- MUMBAI: The Central Railway has installed a total 658 automatic ticket vending machines (ATVMs) for the convenience of commuters. In the past, it had installed 383 machines in a phased manner at 74 suburban stations and it recently added 275 more machines based on commuter response. The major stastions which has these ATVMs are -- 39 at Thane station, 33 at Kalyan, 24 at Dombivli, 24 at Kurla, 22 at Mulund, 22 at Ghatkopar, 19 at Dadar, 17 at Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus and more than 10 ATVMs at Byculla, Sion, Vidhyavihar, Kanjurmarg, Bhandup, Kalva, Mumbra, Diva, Ulhasnagar, Ambarnath, Badlapur, Vadala Road, Mankhurd, Vashi, Sanpada, Nerul and Panvel. Said a CR official, "To purchase a ticket through ATVM the passenger has to purchase a smart card first which can be recharged as per requirement. The passenger is benefited with 5% more value. For example, with a ... Summarise the story Related News Now, mobile ticketing at 15 more Mumbai stations on CR, WR Read More... Mumbai: On first Monday, only seven mobile railway tickets sold Read More... Mumbai: Mobile ticketing on eight more suburban stations Read More... Central Railway to instal 16 coin-operated ticket machines Read More... Sidebar Tabs Widget Popular Recent Posts - Tab Technology How Google Ruined 'What Time is the Super Bowl? NYOOOZ 14 Aug 2013 Sport Nike's New Cleats to Debut at the Super Bowl NYOOOZ 14 Aug 2013 World 4 Android Tablet Apps to Make Life Simpler Mohammad 27 Aug 2013 Popular Posts - Tab Rane to contest from Bandra (E), sure of win with Pawar’s help Mumbai Mon,23 Mar 2015 Offices induce fans with ultra-HD sets & snacks, restaurants with discounts Mumbai Thu,26 Mar 2015 Desi feel in Aussie air as fans fly down to Sydney Mumbai Thu,26 Mar 2015 Socialize Footer Bottom Links Home About Us Contact Us Privacy Policy © Copyright 2015 NYOOOZ, All Rights Reserved
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2015-03-29CR installs 658 ATVM at suburban stations - Times
CR installs 658 ATVM at suburban stations Somit Sen | TNN | Mar 29, 2015, 06.01 PM IST MUMBAI: The Central Railway has installed a total 658 automatic ticket vending machines (ATVMs) for the convenience of commuters. In the past, it had installed 383 machines in a phased manner at 74 suburban stations and it recently added 275 more machines based on commuter response. The major stastions which has these ATVMs are -- 39 at Thane station, 33 at Kalyan, 24 at Dombivli, 24 at Kurla, 22 at Mulund, 22 at Ghatkopar, 19 at Dadar, 17 at Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus and more than 10 ATVMs at Byculla, Sion, Vidhyavihar, Kanjurmarg, Bhandup, Kalva, Mumbra, Diva, Ulhasnagar, Ambarnath, Badlapur, Vadala Road, Mankhurd, Vashi, Sanpada, Nerul and Panvel. Said a CR official, "To purchase a ticket through ATVM the passenger has to purchase a smart card first which can be recharged as per requirement. The passenger is benefited with 5% more value. For example, with a charging of Rs 100. the passenger can purchase tickets valued at Rs 105." To make these ATVMs more user friendly, CR has deputed retired government employees as facilitators for the ATVMs at some of the crowded stations. "The sale through ATVMs is about 21% of total sale of tickets thereby reducing the queues on counters considerably," the official added.
2015-03-283000 officials from other civic bodies to help con
3,000 officials from other civic bodies to help conduct election Sameera Kapoor Munshi | TNN | Mar 28, 2015, 10.09 PM IST NAVI MUMBAI: Around 3,000-odd staff from the neighbouring civic bodies will be employed to conduct the fifth Navi Mumbai Municipal Corporation election, to be held on April 22. The civic headquarters is buzzing with staff engaged in pre-election work, excluding the health, water and sanitation departments. "No NMMC officials will be involved in conducting the election to ensure fair polling. The number of employees required from each of the organizations are being notified to the concerned authorities" said the deputy civic commissioner (election department), Amberish Patnigere. The municipal corporations of Thane, Dombivli, Ulhasnagar and Mira Bhayandar will be providing manpower along with officials from Cidco and Konkan Bhavan. Each election booth will require at least five staff. "Earlier, 754 voting booths were set up for the Vidhan Sabha elections to elect candidates from two constituencies. So, obviously, the number of booths for the civic election is going to increase. The number of booths could be anywhere between 775 and 780," said an official from the election department. Efforts are on to make advance procurements of vehicles for election duty. The regional transport office has already been intimated about the requirements. "Vehicles are required for transporting machinery and employees. Apart from utilizing vehicles currently available with the civic body, additional support is being sought from the RTO," said an official from the vehicle department. Maximum number of vehicles ply during the last three days before the elections, added the official.
2015-03-286 yrs after DCP threatened to shoot his son, booki
6 yrs after DCP threatened to shoot his son, bookie may finally get justice By Shiva Devnath | Posted 28-Mar-2015 Nearly six years after a bookie and his son were kidnapped and wife assaulted by a DCP and two senior inspectors looking to make a quick buck, it took the intervention of Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis for the police to finally take some action in the case. On February 26 this year, the Mumbai police recorded the statements of Ulhasnagar punter Anil Jaisinghani (in pic) and his wife in the complaint filed against Deputy Commissioner of Police Amar Jadhav and two senior inspectors for allegedly kidnapping and assaulting them on September 26, 2009. In March 2010, mid-day had reported that the policemen had allegedly forced Jaisinghani to place bets on their behalf, threatening to shoot Jaisinghanis nine-year-old son if he refused, and made R1.5 crore from them. Long fight In his complaint, which the police finally registered in 2011, Jaisinghani had stated that DCP Jadhav who has been on leave following the complaint and two senior inspectors had allegedly kidnapped Jaisinghani and his nine-year-old son. The officers had detained them at a hotel for four days and forced Jaisinghani to place bets on their behalf on an India-Australia match taking place in South Africa. Later, when Jaisinghanis wife Karishma reached the hotel to pay the ransom, Jadhav had allegedly pulled her by her hair and banged her head against the wall. He had then called a doctor to attend to her wounds. Since then, the family has received a number of threat calls to withdraw the case, but they resisted. Ray of hope Finally, in January this year, Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis asked Mumbai Police Commissioner Rakesh Maria to take action in this case (a copy of the letter is with mid-day). Rakesh Maria then forwarded the case to the crime branch and ordered them to initiate an inquiry at the earliest. Crime branch officers, under Additional Commi-ssioner of Police K M M Prasanna, began the inquiry and, on February 26, recorded the statements of Jaisinghani and Karishma. In the statements (available with this paper), they have given a detailed report on the incident and the crimes committed by Jadhav against them. Officials said Jadhav will also be called soon and necessary action will be taken. 'Send him to jail' Jaisinghani said, We have been waiting for justice for a long time. Earlier, the government did not take initiative, probably because of political pressure. We are happy that the current government has taken cognisance of our case and an inquiry has been initiated. We are sure that Jadhav will be punished for his crime. He was asked to proceed on leave and now we want him to be suspended and sent behind bars for the things that he has done to us, he added.
6 yrs after DCP threatened to shoot his son, booki
2015-03-26Divide & rule plan on cards for Thane cops - Times
Divide & rule plan on cards for Thane cops Nishikant Karlikar | TNN | Mar 26, 2015, 11.33 AM IST THANE: Police commissioner Parambir Singh is said to be giving a final push to the long-pending proposal to split the Thane commissionerate by appointing two additional commissioner-rank officials for Bhiwandi and Kalyan. Plans have also been drawn up to carve out two more zones to be headed by an official of the rank of deputy police commissioner, besides introducing new police stations. Thane has seen a massive rise in population in the last decade resulting in a proportionate increase in incidents of crime. However, the police strength has not multiplied at the same pace, which has not only resulted in poor detection of crime. A senior police officer said the jurisdiction of Thane police is peculiar geographically. In certain parts there is an amalgamation of rural and cosmopolitan culture. Now, even many hilly areas Wagle Estate, Kalwa, Mumbra, Kalyan, Dombivli, Bhivandi and Ulhasnagar have been captured by the migrant population. At present, Thane has five zones Kalwa-Mumbra, Bhiwandi, Kalyan-Dombivli, Ulhasnagar and Wagle Estate. A senior police officer said, "We have sent a proposal with the requirement of 10-15 more new police stations to be added within the police commissionerate. Two additional zones will be carved out at Wagle Estate and Bhiwandi. Two new posts of deputy commissioner of police will also be added." The proposal further added that there was a dire need of at least two more additional commissioners of police (crime) to tackle crime separately in the Bhiwandi and Kalyan-Dombivli zone. "Now, there is one post each of additional commissioner of police (crime) and administration. If there are separate officers, then it will be easy to keep a check on the growing crime rate," said a police officer. There is a dire need of decentralization of even the police headquarters as presently the staff is reeling under tremendous pressure. As a result, the police have even devised a plan to add two more mini-headquarters in Kalyan and Bhiwandi. A consolidated proposal has also been sent to the state government in which the Thane police have asked for an additional manpower of nearly 6,000 to 8,000 across various rankings.
2015-03-24उल्हासनगर से लाखों
उल्हासनगर से लाखों रुपये का गुटखा जब्तMar 24, 2015, 08.30AM ISTShareTweetMy Saved articlesबुकमार्क / शेयर करें FacebookApna Circle Reddit Google Bookmarksऔर बुकमार्क >ShareTweetनिज संवाददाता, उल्हासनगरउल्हासनगर कैंप क्रमांक-4 के सतराम अस्पताल के पास स्थित एक दुकान से अन्न व औषध विभाग ने कार्रवाई कर ढाई लाख रुपये से ज्यादा का विभिन्न कंपनियों का प्रतिबंधित गुटखा जब्त किया है। वहीं गुटखा माफिया पुलिस को चकमा देकर भाग निकला।जानकारी के अनुसार, अन्न व औषध विभाग के सहायक आयुक्त प्रशांत उमरानी, अधिकारी एस.एम. वझरकर और वी.एस. चौहान को सूचना मिली कि कैंप क्रमांक-4 के सतराम अस्पताल के पास स्थित एक दुकान में बड़े पैमाने पर गुटखा बेचा जा रहा है। इस जानकारी के आधार पर विट्ठल वाडी पुलिस की मदद से उस दुकान पर छापा मारा गया। दुकान के अंदर से पांच गोनी में अलग-अलग कंपनियों के गुटखे के पैकेट बरामद किए गए। इनकी कुल कीमत 2 लाख 60 हजार 950 रुपये बताई जा रही है। यह दुकान दिलीप वालेछा नामक व्यक्ति की बताई जाती है। पुलिस ने गुटखा बेचने का धंधा करने वाले दिलीप वालेछा के खिलाफ मामला दर्ज कर लिया है और उसकी तालाश में जुट गई है।इतनी बड़ी मात्रा में गुटखा जब्त होने से यह साबित होता है कि उल्हासनगर और कल्याण के आसपास गुटखे की भारी पैमाने पर तस्करी हो रही है। मोबाइल ऐप डाउनलोड करें और रहें हर खबर से अपडेट।ShareTweetMy Saved articlesबुकमार्क / शेयर करें FacebookApna Circle Reddit Google Bookmarksऔर बुकमार्क > अपना कॉमेंट लिखें अपने बारे में बताएंआपके कॉमेंट थोड़ी देर बाद अपने-आप साइट पर लाइव हो जाएंगे। हमने फिल्टर लगा रखे हैं ताकि कोई आपत्तिजनक शब्द या कॉमेंट लाइव न होने पाएं। लेकिन अगर किसी कारण ऐसा हुआ तो इसकी सूचना मिलते ही हम उस कॉमेंट को साइट से हटा देंगे। जो पाठक हमारे पैमानों, उपयोग के नियमों व शर्तों, प्राइवसी नीतियों या इस साइट पर लागू होने वाली किसी भी नीति का उल्लंघन करेंगे, उन्हें ब्लॉक कर दिया जाएगा।रजिस्टर / लॉगइन करेंरजिस्टर/लॉगइन नहीं करना हो तो बताएंआपका नामआपका ईमेलस्थानहल करें5 + 5 =शुक्रियाअपना कॉमेंट देने के लिये धन्यवाद.वेरिफिकेशन के लिए आपको एक ईमेल भेजी गई है। कृपया उस मेल में दिए गए लिंक पर क्लिक करें।अपना कॉमेंट लिखेंनीचे चार ऑप्शन दिए गए है। हिंदी टाइपिंग (इन्स्क्रिप्ट) जाननेवाले पहला ऑप्शन चुनें। हिंदी टाइपिंग नहीं जानते तो दूसरा ऑप्शन चुनें जिससे आप अंग्रेज़ी अक्षरों में लिखकर हिंदी में टाइप कर सकते हैं – meri raay hai... अपने-आप मेरी राय है...में बदल जाएगा। आप चाहें तो चौथा ऑप्शन चुनकर वर्चुअल कीबोर्ड की मदद भी ले सकते हैं। अगर इंग्लिश में ही लिखना है तो तीसरा ऑप्शन चुनें।नियम एवं शर्तें आपके कॉमेंट थोड़ी देर बाद अपने-आप साइट पर लाइव हो जाएंगे। हमने फिल्टर लगा रखे हैं ताकि कोई आपत्तिजनक शब्द या कॉमेंट लाइव न होने पाएं। लेकिन अगर किसी कारण ऐसा हुआ तो इसकी सूचना मिलते ही हम उस कॉमेंट को साइट से हटा देंगे। जो पाठक हमारे पैमानों, उपयोग के नियमों व शर्तों, प्राइवसी नीतियों या इस साइट पर लागू होने वाली किसी भी नीति का उल्लंघन करेंगे, उन्हें ब्लॉक कर दिया जाएगा।हिंदी में लिखें (इन्स्क्रिप्ट) | हिंदी में लिखें (अंग्रेज़ी अक्षरों में) | Write in English | वर्चुअल कीबोर्डआपका कॉमेंट लाइव होते ही इसकी सूचना आपको ईमेल से दी जाएगीक्या आपको इस कॉमेंट पर आपत्ति है?नीचे दिए गए कारणों में से किसी एक को चुनें और ‘आपत्ति दर्ज़ करें’ वाले बटन पर क्लिक करें। आपकी शिकायत हमारे मॉडरेटर तक तुरंत पहुंच जाएगी और अगर उन्हें आपकी आपत्ति सही लगी तो इस कॉमेंट को हटा दिया जाएगा।नामआपत्ति का कारण:अभद्र भाषाझूठा/घिनौना आरोपकिसी कम्युनिटी के खिलाफ घृणा भड़कानेवालाअन्यआपकी आपत्ति संपादक तक पहुंचा दी गई है।खबरें मुंबई सेआधा टैक्स भरो, नहीं तो बंद होगी पानी सप्लाईगुटखा बेचने पर हो सकती है 10 साल की सजासाल भर बाद मंगाए गए एक्सरे मशीनों के टेंडरनंगा होकर नहाता था किराएदार, कर दी हत्याघर का ताला तोड़कर चुराई लाखों की जूलरीखबरें क्राइम सेनंगा होकर नहाता था किराएदार, कर दी हत्याघर का ताला तोड़कर चुराई लाखों की जूलरीसीसीटीवी में कैद हुए चर्च पर पत्थर फेंकने वालेनवी मुंबई और जबलपुर में चर्च पर हमलानियामक की आंखों में झोंकी धूलYou are logged in via SSO accountInvite your friends via Facebookआपके मित्र क्या पढ़ रहे हैं?इस सेक्शन में देखेंगे कि आपके दोस्तों ने कौन से आर्टिकल पढ़ें, किन आर्टिकल्स पर कॉमेंट किया, वगैरह...और जानकारी के लिए यहां क्लिक करें.खबरें एक झलक मेंभारतखेल दिल्लीमूवी-मस्तीNBT ब्लॉगमुंबईजोक्स अपना ब्लॉगलखनऊटेकघर-परिवारअन्य शहरऑटोफोटो धमालदुनियाET हिंदीसंडे NBT राशिफल विचारNBT मोबाइलNBT ऐपन्यूजलेटर सबस्क्राइब करेंहमेशा कनेक्टेड रहेंनवभारत टाइम्स की ऐप के साथहमारी दूसरी साइट्स Times of India| Economic Times | iTimes|Vijay Karnataka| Ei Samay | Navgujarat Samay | महाराष्ट्र टाइम्स |Business Insider| ZoomTv | Gizmodo | Lifehacker | BoxTV| Gaana | Shopping | IDiva | Astrology | Matrimonialनवभारत टाइम्स ऑन फेसबुकAbout Us |  Advertise with Us| Terms of Use and Grievance Redressal Policy |  Privacy Policy |  Feedback |  SitemapCopyright ©  2015  Bennett Coleman & Co. Ltd. All rights reserved. For reprint rights: Times Syndication Service This site is best viewed with Internet Explorer 6.0 or higher Firefox 2.0 or higher at a minimum screen resolution of 1024x768
2015-03-24Police seizes 525 gm of stolen jewellery; solves t
Police seizes 525 gm of stolen jewellery; solves theft cases Press Trust of India | Thane March 24, 2015 Last Updated at 21:32 IST Thane Police Commissionerate crime branch personnel raided the Pirani Pada locality and arrested a criminal who was allegedly involved in chain snatching, police sources said here today. DCP Parag Manere of the Crime Branch told reporters that that police had seized 525 gm of gold jewellery and a gold biscuit from Jaffar Ali Babar Jaffri (32) who has been arrested. The seizure has been valued at around Rs 13.65 lakh he said, adding that a total of 23 theft cases had been detected after the arrest. ACP Crime Bharat Shelke who also addressed reporters said that the raid was conducted by personnel from Ulhasnagar and Kalyan units of the crime branch. Thefts of jewellery have been registered at police stations from these two zones, he said. He said that the police is probing associates of the arrested and receivers of stolen goods. Jaffri's modus operandi is also being probed he said, adding that the police hoped to nab others who could also be inoveld in the crime.
2015-03-24Section 66A: Six controversial cases that sparked
Section 66A: Six cases that sparked debate Last Modified: Wed, Mar 25 2015. 02 23 PM IST Cartoonist Aseem Trivedi was charged with sedition for displaying cartoons mocking Parliament and corruption in September 2012. Photo: Hindustan Times The Supreme Court on Tuesday struck down the controversial section 66A of the Information Technology Act, 2000, deeming it unconstitutional. The act has been the subject of intense debate over the last few years, especially after social media sites began proliferating in India. The section, which deals with Sending offensive message through electronic means reads, Any person who sends by means of a computer resource or a communication device (a) any information that is grossly offensive or has menacing character; (b) any information which he knows to be false, but for the purpose of causing annoyance, inconvenience, danger, obstruction, insult, injury, criminal intimidation, enmity, hatred, or ill will, persistently by making use of such computer resource or a communication device, (c) any electronic mail or electronic mail message for the purpose of causing annoyance or inconvenience or to deceive or to mislead the addressee or recipient about the origin of such messages shall be punishable with imprisonment for a term which may extend to three years and with fine. There have been 10 cases where section 66A has been applied. Here are some prominent ones: 1- Ravi Srinivasan, arrested for sending a tweet on then finance minister P. Chidambarams son Karti A Puducherry-based businessman Ravi Srinivasan was arrested by local police following a complaint from former finance minister P. Chidambarams son, Karti, for posting a tweet, which was critical of him. In his tweet on 20 October 2012, Srinivasan said, got reports that Karti Chidambaram has amassed more wealth than Vadra. Robert Vadra is Congress president Sonia Gandhis son-in-law. Nine days later, Srinivasan was arrested and charges were framed against him under Section 66A. The police sought Srinivasans custody for 15 days, but the court declined the request. 2- Arrest of cartoonist Aseem Trivedi for displaying cartoons that mocked Parliament Cartoonist Aseem Trivedi was charged by the cyber crime cell of the Mumbai Police with sedition under section 124 A of the Indian Penal Code, the Prevention of Insults to National Honour Act and section 66(A) of the IT Act on 9 September 2012, for displaying cartoons that mocked Parliament and corruption on his website and Facebook page. Trivedis cartoons purportedly depicted Parliament as a giant commode and showed the national emblem with wolves instead of lions. The caricatures were shared on other social media. 3- Jadavpur University professor Ambikesh Mahapatra was arrested by West Bengal police for sharing cartoons on Mamata Banerjee In April 2012, the West Bengal government used Section 66A against a professor of Jadavpur University for circulating emails that mocked chief minister Mamata Banerjee. Ambikesh Mahapatra and his neighbour Subrata Sengupta were arrested for circulating a cartoon lampooning Banerjee that was based on a scene from Satyajit Rays popular childrens detective movie Sonar Kella (The Golden Fortress). The cartoon showed Banerjee pointing to the Indian Railways logo and telling her partyman and railway minister Mukul Roy: See Mukul, the Golden Fortress. To which Roy points to his predecessor Dinesh Trivedi and exclaims: Thats an evil man!!! At which Mamata says: Evil man, vanish! 4- Two Air India cabin crew members arrested for allegedly posting indecent jokes about the Prime Minister and for insulting the national flag In May 2012, the cyber crime cell of Mumbai police arrested two Air India cabin crew members, Mayank Mohan Sharma and K.V.J Rao under section 66(A) and 67 of the IT Act for allegedly posting indecent jokes about the prime minister and other politicians and for insulting the national flag. The men were commenting on a strike by Air India pilots. While they claimed to have merely circulated what was already present online, both spent 12 days in jail and were suspended from work till the charges were dropped. 5- Boy arrested for sending cake to a girl with her picture on top In what is the most bizarre case of them all, in Ulhasnagar, Maharashtra, a boy was arrested in December 2012 for sending a cake to a girls house with her picture on top of it. The parents registered a complaint claiming that he had stolen the picture from the girls social media account and used it without authorization, thereby breaking the law. 6- Youth arrested for posting against Azam Khan in Rampur, March 2015 The latest in the series of attacks on free speech was the recent arrest of a youth in Rampur district of Uttar Pradesh, where a class XI student was arrested for allegedly posting defamatory content on Facebook against the ruling Samajwadi Party leader and state urban development minister Azam Khan. The comments could incite communal tensions, circle officer Aley Hassan said. The post targeted Azam Khan over a provocative remark he allegedly made.
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2015-03-24Police claims to have solved theft and murder case
Police claims to have solved theft and murder case Press Trust of India | Thane March 24, 2015 Last Updated at 19:42 IST The police claimed to have solved the brutal murder of a 23-year-old woman and theft of jewellery as well as valuables worth around Rs 3.50 lakh here today, after the arrest of three people, including two women. Addressing a press conference here today, Deputy Commissioner of Police (Crime) Parag Manere told reporters that one of the arrested included the victim's close relative. Allegedly, the trio entered the house on March 18 and tied up Niharika Mohan Salunke (23) who was alone, stole jewellery as well as an LCD TV, after which they slit her throat with a knife. Her mother who returned from school found the girl lying dead in the house and alerted the police. The mother and daughter resided in the Mahalaxmi Nagar area of Ambernath. The Ulhasnagar Crime Branch nabbed the trio and seized stolen goods worth Rs 1.50 lakh, Manere said. Assistant Commissioner of Police Crime Nagesh Lohar said that one of those arrested was Jyoti Avinash Salunke (29) who was the victim's cousin. Allegedly, after Jyoti, who has two kids faced financial hardships, she resorted to robbery in Niharika's house for which she took the help of two others residing in the same building. They have been identified as Vinaykumar alias Babu Rajkumar Mehra (25) and Muskan alias Naseem Abdul Shaikh (30). The trio have been charged under Section 394, Section 392 and Section 302 of the Indian Penal Code the police said, adding that they would be produced in court today for remand.
2015-03-24LIC recruitment 2015 - India Today
LIC invited applications for 30 posts IndiaToday.In New Delhi, March 24, 2015 | UPDATED 15:24 IS Life Insurance Corporation of India (LIC) has invited application for the recruitment of 30 LIC insurance agent cum adviser posts. Interested and eligible candidates may before March 31. Life Insurance Corporation of India (LIC) has invited application for the recruitment at 30 posts of LIC insurance agent cum adviser posts. Interested and eligible candidates may before March 31. Post details: Name and number of posts: Total Number of posts: 30 Name of the post: LIC insurance agent cum adviser Eligibility: Educational qualification: Candidates must have a graduation degree Age limit (as on February 2014):Candidate applying for the post must not be less than 18 years and more than 55 years. Selection process: Candidates will be selected on the basis of personal interview How to apply: Interested and eligible candidates may send their applications along with all relevant documents on or before March 31. For Dombivali, Kalyan, Ulhasnagar, Ambarnath, Badlapur, Titwala, Asangaon & Sahapur: Candidates are required to call for fixing up an interview to Mr. Sudhir at +91 9833551388, between 10 am to 5 pm. Candidate please note that no fixed salary is offered for this position. Candidate can earn unlimited commission though. Important dates: Last date for receipt of applications: March 31
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2015-03-24Police solve grisly Ambernath murder - Mumbai Mirr
Police solve grisly Ambernath murderBy Divyesh SinghDivyesh Singh, Mumbai Mirror | Mar 25, 2015, 12.00 AM ISTTweetShare on Linkedin CommentsMoreGoogle BookmarksNewsvineLive BookmarksTechnoratiYahoo BookmarksBlogmarksDel.icio.usApnaCircleEmail this articlePrint this articleAReduce font sizeAIncrease font sizecommentsTweetShare MoreEmail this articlePrint this articleAReduce font sizeAIncrease font sizeURL copied to clipboardGoogle BookmarksNewsvineLive BookmarksTechnoratiYahoo BookmarksBlogmarksDel.icio.usApnaCircleMy Saved articlesThe Ulhasnagar unit of the Thane Crime Branch on Tuesday said they have cracked the murder and robbery case, in which a 22-year-old girl was killed and her Ambernath house was robbed of all valuables last week. The police on Monday night arrested deceased Niharika Salunke's cousin, her live-in partner and another woman from Mumbra. The accused, Jyoti Salunke (29), Vinay Kumar (25), and their friend Naseem Shaikh (30) executed the crime after planning it for over a week, police said. Jyoti told police they were in dire need of money as their four-month-old baby is not keeping well. She also revealed that she didn't like Niharika as she had insulted her when she separated from her husband. "Jyoti is Niharika's mother's elder sister's daughter and the families are not on talking terms," police said. "Jyoti knew Niharika would be alone at home. On March 18, the accused duo reached Niharika's house and told her they needed her advice. Once inside, Jyoti asked her for money but she refused. Jyoti started assaulting Niharika till she fell unconscious. They tied Niharika's hands, legs and neck to the bed and covered her mouth with a piece of cloth. They then robbed the house," a cop said. Before leaving, Jyoti realised "she needed to kill Niharika as she might get them into trouble". She got a kitchen knife to kill her, but it broke when she tried to slit the victim's throat. Another knife was too blunt. She then used a blade.
2015-03-20dna impact: How can you protect a bookie, Oppositi
dna impact: How can you protect a bookie, Opposition questions Maharashtra government Fri, 20 Mar 2015-06:25am , DNA Leader of opposition in the legislative council Dhananjay Munde on Thursday questioned how the state government can provide security to a known international cricket bookie, Anil Jaisinghani, just before the cricket World Cup. What brought the issue to the House? Without mentioning dna, Munde, during the discussion on the law and order situation in the state, said an English daily has exposed the fact that Jaisinghani is using police protection to increase his clout. Munde added that the bookie has many cases against him and is using police machinery for raiding the rival bookies. What had dna reported? dna had published reports about Jaisinghani availing police protection on the eve of the ICC Cricket World Cup. dna had earlier published that in 2010 the question was raised in the state legislative assembly by none other than Devendra Fadnavis, who is the current chief minister, and in the council by BJP's Ranjit Patil, which had led an embarrassed RR Patil (the late former home minister) to withdraw the protection given to Jaisinghani. Who had first questioned govt on bookie? BJP MLA Narendra Pawar had written a letter to the government, which stated, "Jaisinghani, who cumulatively enjoyed police protection under the earlier regime for 11 years, owes the home department over Rs38 lakh in fees. How can he get protection again when he hasn't paid up for before?" What did the oppn say? Munde questioned why the government had ignored Pawar's letter, demanding an explanation. The discussion on law and order situation could not be completed on Thursday and its reply could come in the House after the discussion gets over in the Upper House on Friday. Who is Jaisinghani? Under scanner by the ICC watchdog Anti-Corruption and Security Unit and arrested for betting in Ulhasnagar in 2002, in Raipur in 2005 and in Mumbai in 2009 under the Gambling and Telegraph Act, Jaisinghani, as claimed by him, is a businessman. However, the Thane police website lists him as a history-sheeter.
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2015-03-20Smart use of water will be challenge for leaders a
Smart use of water will be challenge for leaders after elections: NMMC SANJAY BANERJEE | TNN | Mar 21, 2015, 12.03 AM IST NAVI MUMBAI: Judicious use of water will be a talking point in the coming days, as voters get ready to elect their local leaders from 111 wards for the ensuing civic poll in April. Navi Mumbaikars have more than their requirements as far as water usage goes, unlike those staying in the civic limits of greater Mumbai, Kalyan Dombivili, Thane, Ulhasnagar, Vasai Virar and Mira Bhayander. Residents living within the NMMC area get 250 litres per capita per day (LPCD) of drinking water which is almost 1.85 times higher than the designated national benchmark of 135 LPCD (see box). But in keeping with growing population and demand for the precious resource, the elected leaders as well as the civic body have to ensure optimum use of water. Corporators, cutting across party lines, have pointed at wastage of water. Civic commissioner D T Waghmare has already cautioned against misuse of water and stressed on using recycled water in the gardens. There are plans this fiscal to use the same for watering the plants and trees on the Palm Beach divider and the roadsides instead of drinking water. The commissioner also spoke about exploring ways for rain water harvesting in the gardens. With the 15-lakh odd population in its jurisdiction making greater demand for water resources, the civic body will have to come up with plans to save water and also convince the residents to do the same, said sources. Despite comfortable supply from Morbe dam, the major supplier for the city, civic officials said that the demand for water has increased by almost 50% from 262 MLD to about 393 MLD in the past six years. Wastage of water and leakages in the slum areas is a big bother for the civic body with developing nodes like Ghansoli attracting more residents. While NMMC has a good track record of 24x7 water supply in most areas, the civic body said it had to focus on plugging leakages and also make use of the STP water that is disgorged into the creek. The civic body though has failed to make good use and possibly earn revenue from the STP water. The civic body's annual (2013-14) report stated that owing to increasing population in the NMMC area there has been a steep increase in the demand for water. There has been an increase in demand for drinking water from growing nodes like Nerul and Ghansoli, according to the civic body. Both nodes witnessed a steep rise in their daily need of drinking water in the last fiscal; Nerul's requirement had a bigger jump though and has continued to increase this fiscal. Nerul has outstripped Vashi and adjacent Turbhe node on the daily need of drinking water supply. Nerul is also a bigger geographical area than Ghansoli, which required some 4 MLD in 2004-05 and now needs 30 MLD water daily. Nerul's requirement was pegged at a little less than 90 MLD earlier. But it has now increased to around 100 MLD while Vashi has stayed at the previous level of around 92 MLD, the civic body said.
2015-03-19Trader drugged, robbed of 1.7L - Times of India
Trader drugged, robbed of 1.7L Asseem Shaikh | TNN | Mar 20, 2015, 02.23 AM IST PUNE: A garments trader from Ulhasnagar in Thane district was allegedly drugged and robbed of a bag containing Rs 45,000 and $2,000 (approx. Rs 1,25,000) cash by an unidentified man in a train on Wednesday night. Police said Deepak Jethwani (35) had boarded Chennai Express from Kalyani station at 9.10pm to reach Pune. The train ticket examiner allotted him berth number 41 in S6 coach. Jethwani had placed his bag under the berth. "Jethwani met the suspect on the train and started chatting with him after it crossed Karjat station. The suspect asked Jethwani if he had a cigarette. The latter gave a cigarette to him. The suspect later offered tea to Jethwani," said sub-inspector Shamshuddin Shaikh of the government railway police (GRP), Pune on Thursday. Shaikh said the suspect went after a vendor and returned with two cups of tea. "He gave one cup to Jethwani and drank from the other. Jethwani drank tea and minutes later, he started feeling drowsy and lost consciousness. In his complaint, Jethwani alleged that the suspect took advantage of the situation and made away with his bag containing the cash, his passport, clothes and food products," he added. Some passengers woke up Jethwani after the train reached Pune station at 12.05am when he found his bag was missing. The GRP admitted Jethwani at the Sassoon General Hospital following which he told police about the incident. The police informed his family members who reached the city within hours. Jethwani told police that he was to board a flight to Dubai from Lohegaon airport at 2am on Thursday. "We are awaiting the medical report to know about the type of sedative that was mixed in the tea," Shaikh said. Jethwani has registered a complaint with the GRP under sections 328 (causing hurt by means of poison etc with intent commit an offence) and 379 (theft) of the Indian Penal Code.
2015-03-18Shocking! Young girl & friend beaten up by gang in
Shocking! Young girl & friend beaten up by gang in Uttar Pradesh: Video goes viral on WhatsApp By Aadil Ikram Zaki Iqbal | Updated: March 18, 2015 6:30 PM IST In yet another incident of moral policing, a young girl and her friend were beaten up by a gang of boys in Uttar Pradesh. According to the victim, she and her male friend were going to a market on bike. Six boys who were also riding bike brought them at an isolated place forcefully. The boys abused them and assaulted them for about ten minutes. One of the assaulters also made captured the whole shameful incident and made a video and circulated it on social messaging application WhatsApp. Here is a video of the incident in which the boys are seen thrashing the girl and her friend brutally. The girl is seen pleading but the boys beat them mercilessly. The girl had not shared the incident with her family. But the story broke out when her uncle received the video on WhatsApp. As per the reports, four men have been arrested for the assault. Interestingly, one can question these dastardly acts of the so called moral police. Ironically hundreds and thousands of women get molested, sexually harassed and eve teased everyday out in the open. Where do these self styled moral police disappear then?
Shocking! Young girl & friend beaten up by gang in
2015-03-16Cops arrest one more in case of plot to commit mul
Cops arrest one more in case of plot to commit multiple crimes On March 13, AEC had arrested three accused from Bhandup. The Anti-Extortion Cell (AEC) of the Mumbai Police Crime Branch on Monday made one more arrest in connection with the alleged plot to commit three crimes in the Thane district, including the murder of two influential people. The accused, who was allegedly in direct touch with the wanted fugitive who sanctioned the killings, is also suspected to have played a similar role in an earlier plot to kill a Dombivli-based politician, which was also busted by the Anti Extortion Cell last month. On March 13, AEC had arrested three accused from Bhandup, who were allegedly paid Rs two lakh and were promised more money in exchange for killing a Dombivli-based politician and an Ulhasnagar-based builder, as well as for firing bullets at the office of a construction company in Dombivli. According to Crime Branch officers, the arrested trio named Milind Pednekar alias Kaka in their interrogation as the man who had recruited them for the job. Pednekar was subsequently arrested on Monday. Pednekar was in direct touch with the wanted criminal and was relaying his instructions to them, said a Crime Branch officer. Meanwhile, the police have also found evidence indicating that the seven accused arrested on February 24 for allegedly plotting to kill another political leader from Dombivli were also recruited by the same wanted fugitive, who is also alleged to have sanctioned several crimes in Mumbai.
2015-03-16Bombay High Court rejects ex-employee's plea again
Bombay High Court rejects ex-employee's plea against civic body MUSTAFA PLUMBER | Mon, 16 Mar 2015-07:30am , Mumbai , DNA In a first of its kind case, the Bombay high court recently refused to entertain a Public Interest Litigation (PIL) filed by a former employee of the Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation. Prakash Kukreja, the former employee, sought directions against its employer, alleging corruption in road contracts. Kukreja accordingly withdrew his petition failing to adhere to the court's suggestion to deposit Rs1 lakh before the hearing to prove he is bona fide. A division bench of justices VA Naik and MR Bhatkar said, "Why did you not make grievance when you were in service? Then you kept mum and after retirement you have come to court; we will not entertain such petitions." The observations were made during the hearing of a PIL by Kukreja, who held important posts like deputy commissioner (Octroi), deputy commissioner (LBT) and law officer in the civic body. After retirement, he started practising law. In his petition, Kukreja alleged the corporation had been awarding road maintenance contracts to Jai Bharat Construction Company only and that it was because of the collusion of municipal officers with the company and its political connections. Furthermore, it also alleged that this led to bad roads in Ulhasnagar. The petition prayed that the high court order an inquiry into all the contracts awarded to the company, appoint a standing advisory committee to advise the corporation about the various problems of maintenance and upkeep of roads and direct the civic body to compulsorily adopt e-tendering process to root out corruption. Kukreja, through his advocate, informed the court that he was associated with several other social initiatives and had filed other petitions in the high court highlighting public issues. To this, the court said: "You may have taken up other causes; we also would have otherwise heard the petition if it was highlighting another public cause, but not this." Then the bench asked Kukreja to deposit a sum of Rs1 lakh with the high court registry to prove he is bona fide. It said, "This is a general practice in the Nagpur and Aurangabad bench of the high court; here also it can be adopted." Failing this, Kukreja withdrew the petition and sought liberty to file a fresh petition seeking directions to the corporation to maintain the public roads in Ulhasnagar and also seek some ancillary relief. This was allowed by the court.
Bombay High Court rejects ex-employee
2015-03-15Jilted lover attacked teen on main road in Mumbai'
Jilted lover attacked teen on main road in Mumbai's Juhu Mar 15, 2015, 12.43 PM IST MUMBAI: In a daring act, a 34-year-old man stopped his neighbour's daughter on the main road and slashed her both wrists for denying his proposal and fled away on Sunday. The incident occurred on VM Road in front of Mithibai College around 8.30am when the accused Bachu Ali armed with kitchen knife was waiting on the roadside for the victim. He was nabbed by onlookers and a Juhu police patrolling team present at the spot. Ali, employed as a cook in a hotel, confessed of committing the offence when the victim did not respond to his repeated approach. The 19-year-old victim is rushed to the Cooper hospital and later shifted to the Sion hospital. "It is a case of one-sided affair. The victim condition is stable. She has suffered deep cuts on both her wrists," said a Juhu police officer. The accused has been booked under the Indian Penal Code section 307 (attempt to murder). Deputy Commissioner of Police (Zone IX) Vinayak Deshmukh confirmed TOI the incident that occurred on the main road. "Accused was caught few distance away by locals and the police patrolling in the locality after the girl screamed after she was attacked. We are awaiting for the victim to come to terms before recording his statement. She is in a state of shock," said Deshmukh. At 8.20am, the victim who resides in Nehru Nagar locality in Juhu stepped out of her house in a chawl to go to a shop. A Mithibai College staff who witnessed the incident told TOI: "The man stopped the victim and after talking briefly slashed at her. Onlookers chased him on seeing the victim bleeding after she was attacked with a sharp object. The incident occurred in front of several people on the main busy road. The accused was seen waiting on the roadside for the victim to come." Both the victim and the accused resides in the same Nehru Nagar locality. Ali is in love with the victim for the last few years but she denied his approaches. "Ali threatened the girl on Saturday night when he again approached her with the proposal. He decided to take the extreme step after he had a fight with the victim at night," said the Juhu police officer. Past cases: Jan 5, 2015: In a strange twist of fate, a 23-year-old youth who knifed his girlfriend in an auto at Dahisar (east) died minutes later in a hit-and-run on the same stretch. The 17-year-old girl received 13 stitches. Anil Dandekar was a distant relative of the victim and drove an auto for a living. An orphan, he lived with his cousins in the same neighbourhood at Kajupada, Borivli (east), as the victim. While police claim the duo had been seeing each other for the past two years, the girl's family has refuted it. They claimed Dandekar's was a one-sided love. Aug 8, 2014: A teen girl was stabbed to death in the Tagore Nagar area of Vikhroli east. The accused, 23-year-old man Haroon Shaikh, stabbed the victim several times with a knife. Shaikh committed the offence after the victim refused to his marriage proposal, said the Vikhroli police. Jun 2, 2014: A 50-year-old woman was stabbed to death at her residence in BDD chawls in central Mumbai in front of her husband allegedly by her spurned lover, who is still at large. Accused Parshuram Kamble (35) stabbed victim Alka Thorwade seven times with a knife as she had begun rejecting his advances after her husband learnt about their affair, NM Joshi Marg police said. May 27, 2014: A jilted lover allegedly killed a 21-year-old girl and later committed suicide in Subash Tekdi locality at Ulhasnagar town. The victim was set to get married on June 1 and her parents were out shopping when the accused 23-year-old Aakash Sonawane came to her house and stabbed her to death at her house in Amrapali Nagar, said the Vitthalwadi police. Jan 6, 2014: A 26-year-old travel agent from Chembur barged into the house of an MBA student in Belapur and slashed her neck. The accused, Ganesh Suryavanshi, surrendered an hour after killing the 22-year-old, an MBA student from DY Patil Nerul. The victim and the accused came into contact through social networking site and forged a friendship. However, the victim turned down accused proposal to marry him, following which they had a massive argument. He barged into victim's residence in Belapur and told her that he will kill her if she didn't marry him. When she threatened to call police, the accused slashed her neck with a chopper.
Jilted lover attacked teen on main road in Mumbai
2015-03-14Three Ravi Pujari shooters held with firearms - Da
Three Ravi Pujari shooters held with firearms Sat, 14 Mar 2015-06:10am , DNA Three suspected shooters from the Ravi Pujari gang were arrested by the Anti-Extortion Cell (AEC) of the city crime branch on Thursday for planning to bump off three persons including the son of a known politician from Ulhasnagar. Police sources said others on the hit list were two builders from Dombivli and Thakurli. The arrested trio has been identified as Abhishek Salvi, 24, resident of Kalyan (E), Aniket Jadhav, 21, resident of Vashind, and Bharat Ved, 23, resident of Borivli (E). According to additional commissioner of police Rajvardhan Sinha, the trio was arrested from Mangatram petrol pump in Bhandup (W) after receipt of specific information. The police seized two 7.65-bore pistols and 12 live rounds from them. "These persons were entrusted by their bosses to terrorise people in Thane by carrying out firings. All the arrested accused have previous criminal records," said senior inspector Vinayak Vast. The police are trying to ascertain the source of the weapons. The trio were produced before court on Friday and remanded in police custody till March 19.
Three Ravi Pujari shooters held with firearms - Da
2015-03-14Couple booked for harassing daughter-in-law for do
Couple booked for harassing daughter-in-law for dowry Thane March 14, 2015 Last Updated at 17:07 IST A couple has been booked for allegedly harassing their daughter-in-law for dowry in Ulhasnagar area here, police said today. The 25-year-old victim lodged a complaint against her father-in-law Manjitsingh Balbirsingh Renu and mother-in-law Gurmitkaur Manjitsingh Renu last evening that she was harassed mentally and physically from October to December last year for getting dowry, Vitthalwadi police station sub-inspector R D Shinde said. The woman also complained that her in-laws threatened to commit suicide and put the blame for it on her, if she failed to fulfil their demand, Shinde said. Based on the complaint, offences have been registered under sections 498A (husband or relative of husband of a woman subjecting her to cruelty) and 506 (criminal intimidation) of the IPC, she said. No arrest has been made so far, she said adding that a probe was on in the case.
2015-03-13Passenger with Rs 12.35 lakh gold arrested - Times
Passenger with Rs 12.35 lakh gold arrested Mar 13, 2015, 08.18 PM IST MANGALURU: The officers of Customs at Mangalore International Airport seized two ten tola gold bars and two rectangular gold objects totally weighing 472.520 grams vaue at Rs.12.35 lakh brought by a passenger who arrived from Dubai. The passenger had brought these gold by concealing in his rectum. The passenger Deepak Nachaldas Wadhwa, 43, arrived at Mangalore International Airport on Friday at 9am by Jet Airways Flight 9W531 from Dubai. He is a resident of Ulhasnagar, Thane, Maharashtra. The passenger has been arrested and produced before the Chief Judicial Magistrate.
Passenger with Rs 12.35 lakh gold arrested - Times
2015-03-13Understanding Mumbai, through vada pav - Hindustan
Understanding Mumbai, through vada pav Updated: Mar 14, 2015 16:43 IST The iconic staple snack of Mumbai vada pav has contributed greatly to an American researchers study of the city. In 2007, Harris Solomon, assistant professor at Duke University, was in Mumbai researching for a book on metabolic diseases. I spent a lot of time in the clinics of nutritionists, he said. When people recited their diets, the one item repeated endlessly was the vada pav. The researcher then decided to use the snack as a lens through which to observe the city its people, its streets, and how the snack related to social and political histories of Mumbai. This part of Solomons book was recently made available to the public as a research paper, on the online journal Cultural Anthropology, under the title The Taste That No Chef Can Give: Processing Street Food in Mumbai. His book, tentatively titled Metabolic Living, is slated for release next year. Solomon spent 18 months in Mumbai in 2007 and 2008, meeting vendors, consumers, historians and politicians to trace the significance of the vada pav. His research paper explores the theory that the snack has roots in the Sindhi immigrant colony of Ulhasnagar. Commuters carried spiced potatoes and bread, a Sindhi staple, as a snack on the long commute to the city. Tossing the potato in batter made it easier to eat in transit. Vada pav thus was a reminder of home for a lot of people, as it has become now in Mumbai, said Solomon. He also explores how the decline of Mumbais textile mills in the 1980s popularised the snack. Those who lost their jobs began opening up vada pav stalls in the area, and found a loyal clientele in their former colleagues, said Solomon. When a vendor began selling vada pav outside Dadar station, it caught the attention of the Shiv Sena, who was looking for a food item to replace the [south Indian] dosas and idlis and [north Indian] bhel and chaat that were the staple street foods then. Solomon is currently in Bandra, researching a second book linking the unplanned use of public spaces with Mumbais astonishingly high road accident rate.
Understanding Mumbai, through vada pav - Hindustan
2015-03-13Anti-Extortion Cell nabs three who 'plotted' again
Anti-Extortion Cell nabs three who plotted against politicians, builders Mumbai | Published:March 14, 2015 2:22 am The Anti-Extortion Cell of the Mumbai Police Crime Branch on Friday arrested three men who were allegedly tasked with committing three crimes at the behest of a wanted fugitive, at present believed to be in hiding overseas. The targets included builders and political figures from Dombivali and Ulhasnagar, the police said. According to crime branch officials, the trio have been identified as Abhishek Salvi (24), Aniket Jadhav (21) and Bharat Ved (23). The accused were picked up near the Mangatram petrol pump in Bhandup. Two 7.65 bore pistols and 12 rounds were recovered from them, said acting Joint Commissioner of Police (Crime) Rajvardhan Sinha. Sources said the fugitive had first instructed the trio to attack a Dombivali-based politician and an Ulhasnagar-based builder, who had insulted the fugitive when the latter had called him and demanded money. However, the trio could not get an accurate sense of their movements even after keeping a close watch on their houses and hence the fugitive told them to first fire bullets at the office of another construction company in Dombivali. The idea was to conduct firing and encash on the fear and panic it would create in people, said an officer. The fugitive had allegedly paid Rs 3 lakh to the trio and had promised to send more money after the firing on the construction firms office, the police said. The crime branch is now trying to trace and apprehend the person who supplied weapons for the crimes.
2015-03-12Priceless gifts of kidneys from three parents to t
Priceless gifts of kidneys from three parents to their children Thu, 12 Mar 2015-05:27am , Mumbai , DNA Having given birth to a little girl eight years ago, Usha Mhaske (40) is set to give her a second chance at life next month. Mumbai-based Usha will be donating a kidney to her young daughter Ujwala, who has chronic kidney disease and is surviving because of regular dialysis at Wadia children's hospital for the past year. Two years ago, Ujwala had to leave school because it was clashing with her treatment cycles. Ujwala is one of the three children in Wadia hospital who will get kidneys from their parents. Yet, all is not well with this pretty picture. The parents had to donate kidneys to their children because the need was immediate, and because there was a long waiting list for organ transplants from cadavers. Over 2,500 patients from Mumbai await organs from cadavers, and it would have taken an unacceptable six to seven years for the children to get kidneys that way. Children can't be put on dialysis cycle for more than six years, because their tolerance for the procedure is lower than that of adults. At present, the cadaver organ waiting list is based on the first-come-first-serve principle. Health experts told dna there is a need to amend the Human Organ Transplant Act 1994, so that children can be put on priority on the waiting list. Also there is lack of awareness in the medical fraternity about paediatric nephrology (treatment of kidney problems in children). City children with kidney ailments are often misdiagnosed, experts say. Moreover, there are only 6 or 7 paediatric nephrologists in the city. And the Wadia hospital is the only facility in the city which has a special centre for treating kidney problems in children. Fortunately, eight-year-old Ujwala's problem was diagnosed correctly and on time. She spent the past year on kidney dialysis after developing a problem called Vesicoureteral reflux, an abnormal backward movement of urine from the bladder into ureters or kidneys. Urine normally travels from the kidneys through the ureters to the bladder. The condition leaves Ujwala's body swollen, and she cannot walk properly. She needs kidney dialysis every other day. "I want to see my child be disease-free and have a normal life like any other child," said Usha. "The three kids had various problems, but each of them developed chronic kidney disease. For them, transplant is the only option. They will undergo the operation next month," said Dr Uma Ali, senior nephrologist, Wadia hospital. Another eight-year-old getting a kidney from her mother is Honey Parwani, a resident of Ulhasnagar, who has nephrotic syndrome; her kidneys do not filter nutrients properly, and she loses proteins through her urine. "For the past three years, my daughter cannot attend school because of this problem. I am going to give her my kidney. It is very painful to see your child on dialysis, but we need to battle with the situation and we are doing so," said Palak, mother of Honey. Chirag Thombre (9) has had multiple surgeries after being diagnosed with renal problems when he was 3 months of age. He has been on dialysis for the past three years, and will get a kidney from his father. Karjat resident Chirag has only attended two months in school, after which he has been home-bound with illness. " I want to see my boy go to school like any other boy. That is my dream, and I don't want anything else," said his father Nilesh Thombre, who works as a farm labourer on daily wages.
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2015-03-12What steps taken to prevent dengue & swine flu? :
What steps taken to prevent dengue & swine flu? : HC Mumbai March 12, 2015 Last Updated at 20:22 The Bombay High Court today asked municipal bodies in Maharashtra to file separate affidavits within six weeks enumerating what steps were taken to prevent the spread of diseases like dengue, malaria, swine flu, gastroenteritis and chicken gunya in their respective areas. The direction was given by a bench headed by Chief Justice Mohit Shah on a PIL filed by activist Vishnu Gavali. Earlier, the HC had given a similar direction to 23 municipal bodies regarding dengue. Of these, only four civic bodies filed affidavits. Today, the HC bench expanded the scope of PIL to cover diseases other than dengue such as swine flu, malaria, gastro and chicken gunya. On a petitioner's plea, the HC bench directed the civic bodies to launch a cleanliness drive by roping in children, NGOs and home guards. In a related development, Kolhapur Municipal body filed an affidavit stating that 518 patients had been admitted in hospitals for treatment of gastroenteritis and 68 had contracted dengue, of whom one died. It also said that low- cost treatment was provided to them. Among the civic bodies asked to furnish information through affidavits by April 26 are Municipal Corporations of Mumbai, Navi Mumbai, Solapur, Ratnagiri, Pune, Sindhudurg, Miraj, Pimpri-Chinchward, Dhule, Ulhasnagar, Thane, Nashik Vasai-Virar, Mira-Bhayander, and Kalyan-Dombivali. Claiming that human lives were lost in the state due to the disease caused by mosquito-borne virus, the petitioner sought urgent measures by authorities to check its spread. At an earlier hearing, the government said there was no need to panic as Dengue was not contagious and said steps were being taken to stop breeding of mosquitoes in stagnant water. The PIL said that recently several deaths occurred due to dengue and malaria, creating an "epidemic-like" situation. It alleged that deaths occurred due to lapses by government in providing medical facilities and prayed that authorities be directed to take immediate preventive steps. "The state hospitals and semi-government hospitals, including the Directorate of Health, should not play with the life of the common man and no one should die for want of medical services and health care facilities," said the PIL. It alleged that medical facilities provided at the government hospitals were not adequate and patients often had to approach private hospitals which charged exorbitant fees.
2015-03-12Police arrests 10 people; claims to have solved ba
Police arrests 10 people; claims to have solved bank robbery Thane March 12, 2015 Last Updated at 21:42 IST With the arrest of ten people including six from Jharkhand, the Thane police claimed to have solved the house breaking and theft in the Badlapur branch of the State Bank of India involving a total sum of Rs 1.44 crore, the police said here today. DCP Vasant Jadhav of the Ulhasnagar division who directed investigations told reporters at a press conference that the police is on the look out for some more people involved in the bank robbery, who would be caught soon. He said that it was between February 14 and February 15, this year when gang members entered the bank by breaking open its locks, opened its strong room with a gas cutter and decamped with Rs 70.97 lakh in cash and 2088 gm of jewellery valued at Rs 73.08 lakh. The police registered offences under Section 454, Section 457 and Section 380 of the Indian Penal Code and began investigations. Some of the accused were nabbed when they were fleeing away in a luxury bus from Rajastan and their interrogation revealed their involvement in the crime.
2015-03-12Maharashtra: What steps taken to prevent dengue an
Maharashtra: What steps taken to prevent dengue and swine flu, asks Bombay HC Maharashtra: What steps taken to prevent dengue and swine flu, asks Bombay HC Mumbai: The Bombay High Court on Thursday asked municipal bodies in Maharashtra to file separate affidavits within six weeks enumerating what steps were taken to prevent the spread of diseases like dengue, malaria, swine flu, gastroenteritis and chicken gunya in their respective areas. The direction was given by a bench headed by Chief Justice Mohit Shah on a PIL filed by activist Vishnu Gavali. Earlier, the HC had given a similar direction to 23 municipal bodies regarding dengue. Of these, only four civic bodies filed affidavits. On Thursday, the HC bench expanded the scope of PIL to cover diseases other than dengue such as swine flu, malaria, gastro and chicken gunya. On a petitioner’s plea, the HC bench directed the civic bodies to launch a cleanliness drive by roping in children, NGOs and home guards. The direction was given by a bench headed by Chief Justice Mohit Shah on a PIL filed by activist Vishnu Gavali. In a related development, Kolhapur Municipal body filed an affidavit stating that 518 patients had been admitted in hospitals for treatment of gastroenteritis and 68 had contracted dengue, of whom one died. It also said that low- cost treatment was provided to them. Among the civic bodies asked to furnish information through affidavits by April 26 are Municipal Corporations of Mumbai, Navi Mumbai, Solapur, Ratnagiri, Pune, Sindhudurg, Miraj, Pimpri-Chinchward, Dhule, Ulhasnagar, Thane, Nashik Vasai-Virar, Mira-Bhayander, and Kalyan-Dombivali. Claiming that human lives were lost in the state due to the disease caused by mosquito-borne virus, the petitioner sought urgent measures by authorities to check its spread. At an earlier hearing, the government said there was no need to panic as Dengue was not contagious and said steps were being taken to stop breeding of mosquitoes in stagnant water. The PIL said that recently several deaths occurred due to dengue and malaria, creating an “epidemic-like” situation. It alleged that deaths occurred due to lapses by government in providing medical facilities and prayed that authorities be directed to take immediate preventive steps. “The state hospitals and semi-government hospitals, including the Directorate of Health, should not play with the life of the common man and no one should die for want of medical services and health care facilities,” said the PIL. It alleged that medical facilities provided at the government hospitals were not adequate and patients often had to approach private hospitals which charged exorbitant fees. 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2015-03-12Rs 1 crore bank heist: 10 of 15-member gang arrest
Rs 1 crore bank heist: 10 of 15-member gang arrested Mar 13, 2015, 12.05 AM IST The police revealed that Qamaruddin, who hails from Sahibganj district in Jharkhand, had formed the 15-member "gang of Sahibganj". In the intervening night of February 13 and 14, the robbers broke into State Bank of India's MIDC branch in Badlapur. They disconnected the CCTV cameras, used gas-cutters to break into the strong room and fled with jewellery and cash. "We got a tip-off that Roshan Warse from Wangani, who is employed as a driver, was splurging on a bike and smart phone. On questioning him, we learnt that he had transported the robbers to the bank," said DCP Vasant Jadhav (zone 4). Warse spilled the beans on Raju Sonar from Ulhasnagar. During questioning, Sonar revealed the names of Qamaruddin and the other aides and that most of them are from Sahibganj in Jharkhand. Five police teams that were sent to Jharkhand, West Bengal and Nepal. They arrested six men, including Jamil Shaikh, from Sahibganj and one each from West Bengal and Nepal. Jamil, who used to hire men for the gang, was wanted in a Rs 40-lakh robbery at a Bangalore jewellery shop. Cops said Qamaruddin had hired Shabbir Shaikh, who works at a welding factory in Navi Mumbai, and through him, bought a gas cutter machine. Jadhav said it took Shabbir six hours to cut through the strong room.
2015-03-10This Mumbai chemist's entire family tests positive
This Mumbai chemist's entire family tests positive for swine flu By Sadaguru Pandit | Posted 10-Mar-2015 An entire family of four from Ulhasnagar, including two young kids, tested positive for swine flu after the father, the owner of a local chemist shop, was diagnosed with the disease, highlighting the vulnerability of workers in medical shops to the highly contagious disease. Having been cured due to a timely diagnosis and with the family having recently completed the period of domestic isolation suggested by the doctor, Mohan Kishnani (40) now vows to take complete care of himself and his family. Kishnani owns a chemist agency, Raja Medicals, around the Ulhasnagar station area, and is involved in both retailing and wholesaling of medicines. On February 14, Kishnani developed high fever and saw his family physician. I was running a temperature of around 103 degrees Celsius, which refused to subside even after I took pills. Hence, I saw my family physician, a local doctor. She told me it could be a viral infection and prescribed medication. In the next two days, however, both my wife and son developed fever as well. While the doctor asked us to get a blood test, she said it could be swine flu because the entire family, apart from my daughter, Rashi (8), was sick by that time, said Kishnani. When he realised that swine flu was a possibility, Kishnani immediately went to a lab in Ulhasnagar for a throat swab test. By that time, both, his son Sumit (7) and wife Sneha (38) had taken treatment from the same doctor and their condition had improved. Positive Kishnani, meanwhile, was waiting for the lab results, which came back positive for swine flu on February 21. My nose had begun bleeding that morning. I also had severe headache and constant cough, after which I was a little concerned about my health. Since the results came back positive the same day, I immediately consulted my family physician and she advised me to go to Fortis Hospital in Mulund for treatment, he said. Doctors there admitted Kishnani in the ICU ward of and started treatment. As his wife and son had a fever recently, the doctors asked the entire family to get tested as per hospital protocol, and all four tested positive for H1N1. Mohan exhibited symptoms of cough, breathlessness, and nose bleed. He was kept in the ICU ward for two days and was later shifted to the isolation ward. Sneha, his wife, who accompanied him to the hospital, was also tested as per our protocol and was found positive. She, too, was kept in the isolation ward for two days. While both the children were quite stable and didnt show symptoms, the tests revealed that they were positive for swine flu. Thankfully, they were diagnosed early and received treatment before their health deteriorated, said Dr Pradip Shah, head of infectious diseases at Fortis, Mulund. Lesson learnt The children were treated on OPD basis, but the doctors suggested that the family stay home till the domestic quarantine period (five days) was completed, to allow them to recuperate and ensure that they do not catch the swine flu virus again from a contagious area. The Kishnanis were on Oseltamivir (Tamiflu) tablets till then. The family members completed the period and are completely cured, and the doctors said that this was because they had approached the hospital in time, which allowed the medication to work faster. I always thought that my family and I were relatively immune to such outbreaks since I am a chemist and have experience in the medical field. Now, however, I have realised that we are also equally vulnerable and should take proper care, said Kishnani.
This Mumbai chemist
2015-03-10Learnt my lesson, says Mumbai chemist after entire
This Mumbai chemist's entire family tests positive for swine flu By Sadaguru Pandit | Posted 10-Mar-2015 An entire family of four from Ulhasnagar, including two young kids, tested positive for swine flu after the father, the owner of a local chemist shop, was diagnosed with the disease, highlighting the vulnerability of workers in medical shops to the highly contagious disease. Having been cured due to a timely diagnosis and with the family having recently completed the period of domestic isolation suggested by the doctor, Mohan Kishnani (40) now vows to take complete care of himself and his family. Kishnani owns a chemist agency, Raja Medicals, around the Ulhasnagar station area, and is involved in both retailing and wholesaling of medicines. On February 14, Kishnani developed high fever and saw his family physician. I was running a temperature of around 103 degrees Celsius, which refused to subside even after I took pills. Hence, I saw my family physician, a local doctor. She told me it could be a viral infection and prescribed medication. In the next two days, however, both my wife and son developed fever as well. While the doctor asked us to get a blood test, she said it could be swine flu because the entire family, apart from my daughter, Rashi (8), was sick by that time, said Kishnani. When he realised that swine flu was a possibility, Kishnani immediately went to a lab in Ulhasnagar for a throat swab test. By that time, both, his son Sumit (7) and wife Sneha (38) had taken treatment from the same doctor and their condition had improved. Positive Kishnani, meanwhile, was waiting for the lab results, which came back positive for swine flu on February 21. My nose had begun bleeding that morning. I also had severe headache and constant cough, after which I was a little concerned about my health. Since the results came back positive the same day, I immediately consulted my family physician and she advised me to go to Fortis Hospital in Mulund for treatment, he said. Doctors there admitted Kishnani in the ICU ward of and started treatment. As his wife and son had a fever recently, the doctors asked the entire family to get tested as per hospital protocol, and all four tested positive for H1N1. Mohan exhibited symptoms of cough, breathlessness, and nose bleed. He was kept in the ICU ward for two days and was later shifted to the isolation ward. Sneha, his wife, who accompanied him to the hospital, was also tested as per our protocol and was found positive. She, too, was kept in the isolation ward for two days. While both the children were quite stable and didnt show symptoms, the tests revealed that they were positive for swine flu. Thankfully, they were diagnosed early and received treatment before their health deteriorated, said Dr Pradip Shah, head of infectious diseases at Fortis, Mulund. Lesson learnt The children were treated on OPD basis, but the doctors suggested that the family stay home till the domestic quarantine period (five days) was completed, to allow them to recuperate and ensure that they do not catch the swine flu virus again from a contagious area. The Kishnanis were on Oseltamivir (Tamiflu) tablets till then. The family members completed the period and are completely cured, and the doctors said that this was because they had approached the hospital in time, which allowed the medication to work faster. I always thought that my family and I were relatively immune to such outbreaks since I am a chemist and have experience in the medical field. Now, however, I have realised that we are also equally vulnerable and should take proper care, said Kishnani.
Learnt my lesson, says Mumbai chemist after entire
2015-03-08The hunt for the perfect dal-pakwan - Daily News &
The hunt for the perfect dal-pakwan Sunday, 8 March 2015 - 5:35am IST | Place: Mumbai | Agency: dna | From the print edition Marisha Karwa 0Shares Facebook Twitter Google+ Reddit Comments Having spent many a Sunday gobbling down this home-made treat, Marisha Karwa goes out and about to find... Photo courtesy: Abinav Kocharekar Friends and co-workers frequently whine about my 'non-Sindhi' behaviour. Presumably, they are disappointed as much by my solitaire-and-papad shunning ways, as they are about my disdain for all things red and bling. The only redemption factor of my Sindhi lineage is my appetite for Sindhi food. And thus I happily volunteered to map places in Mumbai that offer dal-pakwan, a breakfast staple. If you haven't heard of, or haven't come across, dal-pakwan yet, I don't blame you. The fault lies entirely with popular culture for glamourising Sindhi kadhi to such an extreme that the other stars of Sindhi cuisine remain in a distant galaxy (far, far away from ours). Hyperbole aside, it might be a good idea to start by knocking on the doors of a neighbouring Sindhi household on a Sunday morning. Chances are you'll be greeted by the sight of big, brownish, crusty puris and thick, yellow dal. Cooked, not mashed, Bengal gram (chana dal), the dal is the perfect accompaniment for the pakwan — flat bread rolled out of refined flour and deep-fried. The dal is dolloped with green chutney and tamarind paste for a sweet-spicy-tangy flavour. Chopped onions and pickle add razzmatazz to the entire fare. Dal-pakwan may not rate high by the conventional standards of 'rich' food, but it is one of the most satiating breakfast meals in the subcontinent. The dal-pakwan pursuit (blessed by extended family members whom I dialled after many a new moon for recommendations) led me throughout the city: I rode the bus to Colaba, boarded the monorail to Chembur, went by the metro to Andheri, took the train to Khar and a cab to Sion. Since dal-pakwan is traditional breakfast food, it is typically sold in the mornings; most establishments start serving from 7.30 a.m. onwards and run out by 10 a.m. Make sure you start early for a takeaway. Established in the post-partition period, Kailash Parbat, Colaba (022-22046079), has been the go-to restaurant for Sindhi cuisine for years. The pakwan here is nice and crunchy but the dal is a tad bland. Try the dal-pakwan here only if you are a south Bombay snob and won't venture to the suburbs. If you are up for an adventure, head straight to Chembur and make your way to 'camp' along CG Road — a gastronome's delight for Sindhi, Punjabi and Gujarati sweets and snacks. The dal-pakwan at Satu's (022-25536400) is a must-have. They serve a slightly thick pakwan, and their dal is a fragrant combination of Bengal and yellow (moong) gram. A few stores away from Satu's is Vig's Refreshment, which serves a delightfully smooth dal. The pakwan here is as crusty as it is flaky. A heavenly combination. Another place that serves delicious dal-pakwan in Chembur is a small canteen exactly opposite RCF gate number 3 — a few minutes' walk from Vig's Refreshment. It's not easy to stomach the fare from this run-down eatery, but the dal here is particularly creamy. In the western surburbs, the dal-pakwans at Tharu's (022-26483289) in Khar and Chandru Pure Ghee Sweets in Andheri (022-26340278) are delectable, but are available only on Sundays. Friends also vouch for the dal-pakwan at Guru Kripa (022-24074188) in Sion, but they were sold out when I reached there post 11 a.m. on a weekday. Another find for dal-pakwan is the canteen at the Sukkur Panchayat of Bombay (022-24131275) in Wadala, which serves it on Wednesdays and Sundays. Finally, for those willing to brave the long train rides to that original Sindhi outpost, Ulhasnagar is a haven for dal-pakwan, where it is commonly available in restaurants as well as at street stalls. Doli Nashtawala and Jai Balaji come particularly recommended for the breakfast staple. 0Shares Facebook Twitter Google+ Reddit Comments Just Before MondayFoodMumbaipopular culturerestaurants
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2015-03-07Bookie Anil Jaisinghani used police cover to impos
Bookie Anil Jaisinghani used police cover to impose self on rivals Sunday, 8 March 2015 - 7:45am IST Updated: Sunday, 8 March 2015 - 7:47am IST | Place: Mumbai | Agency: dna | From the print edition Yogesh Pawar 1Shares Facebook Twitter Google+ Reddit Comments dna in possession of footage showing him leading a raid on another bookie and directing a cameraperson The arrest of senior police inspector Uttam Tangde and constable Rajesh Nikam of Thane Crime Branch's Unit IV by the Anti-Corruption Bureau, after they were caught red-handed accepting bribe from a bookie in Ulhasnagar on Friday, has blown the lid off the collusion between police and betting mafia and how they feed off each other. In a report on these pages on February 17, 'Why are Mumbai Police protecting a bookie, Mr Rakesh Maria?' dna had highlighted how Mumbai police, which claimed to have heightened surveillance of bookies during the ICC World Cup on orders from its chief Rakesh Maria, also provided known international cricket bookie Anil Jaisinghani with armed police personnel for protection just before the tournament began. Now, several bookies have come forward to tell dna how bookie Jaisinghani, under police protection, was sending them WhatsApp messages of a police raid on another bookie Jayantibhai's den in Malad. The footage, a copy of which is with dna, sees Jaisinghani himself prominently leading police personnel and directing a cameraperson on how to shoot the premises. "Munjho video wadhi ken a kadho. Etro kaafi ha. (Don't shoot only me. This much's enough to send a message)," he could be heard saying. What does the footage show? The video in which Jaisinghani is seen leading a raid on another bookie, directing the cameraperson, clearly shows his command over police. "If giving protection to someone with international criminal track record helps police, will they now extend the same to Dawood Ibrahim," asks another bookie. What was his modus operandi? Jaisinghani sends this footage through WhatsApp to leading bookies offering protection for huge money. He also uses police protection to trap those cops who don't fall in line through his mole in Ulhasnagar crime branch. What were the charges against him? Other than cases of half-murder, extortion, intimidation and fraud, Jaisinghani is also a suspect under ICC's Anti-Corruption and Security Unit's scanner and was arrested for betting multiple times -- in 2002 in Ulhasnagar, in 2005 in Raipur and in 2009 in Mumbai -- under the Gambling and Telegraph Act. What is BJP MLA's grouse against CM? Narendra Pawar MLA of the ruling BJP had raised questions on why a bookie whose protection was withdrawn by the late RR Patil (then home minister) after party leaders Devendra Fadnavis and Ranjit Patil raised it in the state assembly and council respectively was extended armed protection when the same BJP duo took office. What the MLA plans to do now? "It was a month back that I wrote to them, but I am yet to hear anything from either chief minister Fadnavis or Patil, MoS (Home, Urban). Now, I will raise the issue of Jaisinghani's security cover and his dues of Rs 38 lakh for availing protection earlier, on the floor of the assembly on Monday." What is the reaction of CM, Patil? Both Fadnavis and Patil couldn't be reached. A detailed text message to Patil, under whom 'urban police' falls, also remained unanswered. What is Jaisinghani's claim? Jaisinghani, insists he is a punter and not a bookie. "Local police threatened to go against me to get my protection withdrawn. When they asked me an Apple iPhone6, a Samsung Note 4 and a bottle of Black Dog Gold, I went and complained to the ACB and got them trapped." Denying he owed any money as outstanding fees for the police protection in the past, he said, "If approached with specifics I'll pay up every single paisa," he told dna on WhatsApp. 1Shares Facebook Twitter Google+ Reddit Comments Anti-Corruption BureauBJPbookieschief ministerDevendra FadnavisDawood Ibrahimcrime branchCricketextortionGamblingInternational cricketMumbai PoliceRakesh MariaRR PatilWhatsAppWorld Cup 2015
Bookie Anil Jaisinghani used police cover to impos
2015-03-062 Mumbai cops held for taking bribe - Times of Ind
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2015-03-06ACB nabs senior PI, aide for demanding iPhone 6, i
ACB nabs senior PI, aide for demanding iPhone 6, iPad AirBy Divyesh SinghDivyesh Singh, Mumbai Mirror | Mar 7, 2015, 01.05 AM ISTTweetShare on Linkedin CommentsMoreGoogle BookmarksNewsvineLive BookmarksTechnoratiYahoo BookmarksBlogmarksDel.icio.usApnaCircleEmail this articlePrint this articleAReduce font sizeAIncrease font sizecommentsTweetShare MoreEmail this articlePrint this articleAReduce font sizeAIncrease font sizeURL copied to clipboardGoogle BookmarksNewsvineLive BookmarksTechnoratiYahoo BookmarksBlogmarksDel.icio.usApnaCircleMy Saved articlesSPI Uttam Tangade (left), constable Rajesh NikamA senior Police Inspector with the Thane crime branch and a constable were trapped in a raid by the Anti Corruption Bureau (ACB) while accepting an iPhone 6 and an iPad Air from an Ulhasnagar-based businessman on Friday. Senior PI Uttam Tangde, 50, and Police Naik Rajesh Nikam, 46, were caught red-handed while accepting the top-end gadgets at the Thane crime branch's Unit IV office. According to complainant Anil Jaisinghani, who runs hotels and has multiple business operations in Ulhasnagar and Mumbai, Tangde had contacted him through Nikam demanding the gadgets and Rs 2 lakh in cash for his superior officer, the DCP (Crime Branch). The bribe was allegedly to 'forestall police action' after a newspaper report claimed Jaisinghani continued to enjoy police protection despite being implicated in a cricket betting scandal in 2009. Speaking to Mumbai Mirror, Jaisinghani said, "Nikam called me on Monday from his office landline saying Tangde wanted to talk to me, to which I agreed. The same day, Nikam landed up at my residence and made me speak to Tangde on my mobile phone. The senior PI told me about this adverse report in a newspaper, and that the DCP (Crime Branch) had asked him to book me under the Gambling Act." Jaisinghani added that despite telling Tangde that he was a punter and not a bookie, the latter demanded the bribe and said compliance would ensure there was no police action. "He also threatened to make a negative report against me, which would lead to police protection granted to me and my son by Mumbai Police being withdrawn. He also demanded a bottle of Black Dog Gold whisky, while Nikam asked for a Samsung Note 4 phone. I contacted the ACB, Thane," he said.
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2015-03-02'I was bleeding after surgery, docs had to remove
Express Specials Express Power List 2015 Essar Leaks World Cup 2015 Idea Exchange E-Paper Today's Paper Astrology   Nation World Business Cities Sports Entertainment Lifestyle Technology Opinion Photos Videos All Sections cities   Tuesday, Mar 03, 2015 Search for: Home citiesmumbai ‘I was bleeding after surgery, docs had to remove my uterus’ Comments Email Print Written by Aamir Khan | Mumbai | March 3, 2015 2:01 am The plight of a tribal woman in Murbad taluka of Thane district, who delivered a stillborn owing to grossly inadequate healthcare facilities in the region, appears to be only the tip of the iceberg. While Newsline reported on the poor condition of a rural hospital in the taluka, the absence of proper care for pregnant women is a widespread problem in these villages located just 120 km from Mumbai. Jaya Songal (27) managed to deliver her baby, but has been facing serious health complications following a botched-up surgery at Ulhasnagar Central Hospital. A resident of Tulai village in Murbad, she was sent to the Ulhasnagar hospital by the staff at the village public health centre (PHC). “The staff at the Tulai PHC referred Jaya to Ulhasnagar without even checking her,” says Jaya’s husband Vishnu, who works as a daily-wage labourer. Through her nine-month pregnancy, no ‘ashaworker’ or health worker visited her, though the state government mandates this support. RelatedIn Murbad, a delivery is always ‘complicated’Tracking mothers and infantsGujarat’s PHC that runs 24x7 first to get NABH accreditation “No ashaworker came to us or took us to a PHC in Tulai,” says Jaya, who now resides in her maternal home in Jhapwadi village nearby. The Janani Suraksha Yojana under the Centre’s National Rural Health Mission stipulates cash assistance as well as pre-birth and post-birth care by “establishing a system of coordinated care by field level health worker”. The scheme even provides for an ashaworker to report to the auxillary nurse midwife of the PHC and bring the woman to the sub-centre/PHC for registration. Jaya had no such assistance, reveals her husband. Jaya, who had delivered a stillborn the previous time, was shifted to the Ulhasnagar hospital, 60 km away, in an ambulance provided by the PHC. After a two-hour bumpy ride to the hospital, two doctors examined Jaya. She needed a Cesarean-section, the doctors made the family sign a declaration and, eventually, a hysterectomy ensued. “The effect of the anaesthesia was over when I heard doctors screaming at the nurses that I was bleeding even after the surgery and that they had to remove my uterus,” she says. Owing to severe blood loss, Jaya was eventually shifted to Mumbai’s J J Hospital, where she was administered blood, kept under observation for 13 days. Her medical complications, arising from the botched surgery, continue. Thane District Civil Surgeon Dr Gauri Rathod admits that the condition of PHCs in these areas is bad. “We are trying our best to reach the remotest areas. There is a dearth of postgraduate doctors. We have facilities in Shahpur where women can undergo a Cesarean-section,” she says. Following the Newsline report on Monday, she also sent an outreach resident medical officer Dr Ashok Kamble to take stock of both Tulsa’s and Jaya’s cases. “We are trying to get gynaecologists at some of these centres and to improve conditions of health facilities,” says Dr Rathod. Local activists have petitioned the High Court seeking directives for upgrade of facilities in these rural PHCs. aamir.khan@expressindia.com Comments
2015-03-01Senior citizen's body found in Matheran ghats - Th
Deccan Chronicle Andhrabhoomi Financial Chronicle Login 6:33 AM, Sunday Mar 01, 2015 Horoscope Select your sign Aquarius Aries Cancer Gemini Leo Libra Pisces Sagittarius Scorpio Taurus Virgo capricorn Home India Metros International Business Opinion Sports Entertainment Life & Style Newsmakers Books E-Paper Science + Health Delhi Kolkata Mumbai Chennai Kerala Bengaluru Hyderabad Home » Metros » Mumbai Senior citizen’s body found in Matheran ghats Mar 01, 2015 | Age Correspondent | mumbai Share A 62-year-old textile businessman who had gone missing last Monday from his Kurla residence was found dead under mysterious circumstances in the ghats of Matheran, a hill station in the Raigad district. Even though his body was found the same night by the local police, his family learnt about it only five days later on Saturday. The police has registered a case of accidental death and is probing the case to find out if its suicide or murder. According to the Neral police, the deceased identified as Laxmi Narayan Kakkad (62), a resident of Kurla (east) lived with his wife and has two married children. Kakkad left his residence on Monday morning around 11 am and had informed his family that he was going out for some work in the locality. But he never returned. His family started looking for him but failing to locate him, they finally registered a missing case at local Nehru nagar police station. The same night the Neral police in Raigad district were informed by local tribal people about Kakkad’s body lying in Matheran ghats in an area locally known as Nagarkhinda. The police circulated his photo on various private groups on WhatsApp in a bid to find his relatives and in the same time Kakkad’s relatives published his photo in newspapers. Luckily, on Thursday a man from Ulhasnagar received the photo on WhatsApp and later saw his photo in the newspaper. He called up the relatives who contacted the Neral police. The police said he could have committed suicide or slipped down from a height of 300 feet. He had injury marks on his body. The police is not ruling out the possibility of him being mugged and pushed down the ghat. Post new comment Your name: * E-Mail Address: * The content of this field is kept private and will not be shown publicly. Comment: * Input format Filtered HTML Web page addresses and e-mail addresses turn into links automatically.Allowed HTML tags: <a> <em> <strong> <cite> <code> <ul> <ol> <li> <dl> <dt> <dd>Lines and paragraphs break automatically. Full HTML Web page addresses and e-mail addresses turn into links automatically.Lines and paragraphs break automatically. CAPTCHAThis question is for testing whether you are a human visitor and to prevent automated spam submissions.  Share Tweet MostRead MostCommented MostEmailed Cricket transition captured Read hot dudes When the emerald island was stained ruby red A racy debut about awkward racism An actor’s tryst with writing Turin: A city of lights, arts and history Back to the days of good ol’ satire No Articles Found The spirit of inquiry Incentive FSI in island city for cluster schemes Power subsidy: CM seeks help of DERC’s ex-chief ‘Overhaul police reform Act’ JP Dutta to cast daughter NGT fines Ganga Ram, cancer hospital Rs 5 lakh Bombay High Court to govt: Report steps taken to nab absconding police Columnists   The fine print is not all that rosy R. Ramakumar The devil, they say, is in the details. There is a world of difference between the Budget speech of Arun Jaitley, peppered with smart announcements, and the real numbers in the Budget documents.In an ad mad worldFarrukh Dhondy “It’s always time to say goodbye Said the spider to the fly As he wove his tangled web With a crocodile tear in his eye. It’s easier jumping over the moon Sang the cow to a feline tune Horoscope Select your sign Aquarius Aries Cancer Gemini Leo Libra Pisces Sagittarius Scorpio Taurus Virgo capricorn Home India Metros International Business Opinion Sports Entertainment Life & Style Newsmakers Books E-Paper Science + Health About Us Contact Us Career Feedback Copyright © 2011 The Asian Age. All rights reserved.
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2015-03-01RTE admissions nosedive yet again - Times of India
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2015-03-01In Murbad, a delivery is always 'complicated' - Th
In Murbad, a delivery is always ‘complicated’ Comments Email Print (Left) Used syringes lie in a box in the labour room; Jaya Songal and her husband. Jaya has been complaining of several health issues after her uterus was removed (Source: Express Photo) Written by Aamir Khan | Thane | March 2, 2015 2:06 am Tulsa Wagh seldom talks nowadays. Two weeks ago, she was in labour when her family from Moroshi village in Murbad taluka of Thane district took her to the rural hospital in Tokewadi village, 60 km away. They went in a private vehicle; calls to the 108 emergency ambulance service were futile. Six hours later, Tulsa was referred to the nearest bigger facility — Ulhasnagar Central Hospital, 60 km away. The Tokewadi rural Hospital could not handle her case. After her water broke at Tokewadi hospital and the foetus’s heart-rate dipping, Tulsa managed a back-breaking ride in a hospital ambulance to Ulhasnagar. There, she delivered a stillborn the moment she lay on the hospital bed. Tulsa’s is just another tragedy among many in Moroshi. In an affidavit filed by the Director of Health Services in the Bombay High Court last month, the government claimed that the Tokewadi centre is a ‘functional’ rural hospital with 15 sanctioned posts. But the reality is starkly different. The doctor who handled Tulsa’s case points to lack of infrastructure. “We cannot do a Cesarean delivery,” says Dr Kishore Jadhav. RelatedPHC popularity rising,Loni Kalbhor records101 childbirths in NovMother-child care: Pune takes the leadIn a first,Central agency to accredit rural health service in Gujarat Following a HC order in September 2013, the Tokewadi Public Health Centre (PHC) was to have been replaced by the ‘Tokewadi Rural Hospital’ by December 31, 2013. The signboard has indeed changed, but services have not got an upgrade and the building remains incomplete. The government’s latest affidavit calls it “nearly complete”. Another staffer claimed the centre had provision for 25 staffers, including three medical officers, one medical superintendent, seven staff nurses and four ward boys. “Most of the posts haven’t been filled. We don’t even have an X-ray machine. A rural hospital caters to over one lakh villagers but we have only six beds,” he says. Dr Jadhav, incidentally, sleeps in his chamber — the nearby quarters for doctors are a mess. “Rats scurry around over there,” he says. “PHCs in the area have Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine and Surgery doctors who are not allowed to carry out deliveries. We do not have MBBS doctors here. We visited Murbad taluka on Saturday. There is a need for substantial improvements,” Assistant Block Development Officer of Murbad, Sushant Patil, said. On Tulsa’s case, Patil said her foetus may have died inside her due to the bad condition of roads while she was being taken to Ulhasnagar. Nearly 120 km from Mumbai, the village of Moroshi with around 100 households is home to people mostly working as daily wage labourers. Its own PHC has a similar tale. On February 23, the day Newsline visited, the doctor on deputation had just arrived. Dr Shreedhar Bansode said he received the letter asking him to join duty at Moroshi PHC only on February 6 continued… Comments Single Page Format 1 2
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