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2013-04-20Always have apositive attitude in life .There is s
ULHASNAGAR GETS A CHANCE TO RID ITSELF OF ILLEGAL TOWN TAG By Yogesh Sadhwani, Mumbai Mirror | Updated: Apr 20, 2013, 10.31 AM IST In what could be described as Ulhasnagar's best chance to rid of illegal structures, the state government's new development plan has ordered cluster development along the lines of the Bhendi Bazaar revamp. Ravaged by illegal construction, the bursting-at-the-seams township could see well-designed buildings, bigger roads, and more open spaces if the cluster development scheme translates into ground reality. Here's why it is Ulhasnagar's only hope: In 2005, the state government, in one-of-its-kind ordinance, regularised all illegal structures (close to two lakh) in the township. According to the ordinance, those residing in illegal structures had to pay a fine, following which their building would be declared as legal. The plan flopped, as nobody took up the offer. In the past four years, Ulhasnagar has seen at least four building collapses, in which around a dozen people, including children, were killed. The buildings, barely 10 years old, collapsed due to poor construction, and the civic body faced the grim prospect of razing all illegal structures, finding temporary shelters for the displaced, and constructing the structures all over again. The Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation has identified more than 300 buildings as hazardous, which can collapse 'anytime'. Several others are believed to be in precarious condition. But a deep-rooted nexus between builders and politicians ensures illegal structures continue to mushroom in the township, which is home to seven lakh people. THE LATEST PLAN The cluster development plan for Ulhasnagar (2010 to 2035) has been designed on the lines of the Bhendi Bazaar makeover, which itself has run into problems. As per the plan, residents of buildings located close to each other will have to come together, and the plot measuring 5,000 sq mts or more will be developed. "The main purpose is to bring about positive changes in the existing construction, to create cohesive environment, and improve quality of life. At the same time, the scheme aims to solve the problems that have hindered the development of the city," the plan states. As per the cluster development scheme, land will be acquired for road widening, plots meant for amenities will be freed up, and old buildings will be legalised through proper development mechanism. The scheme also plans to optimise the utilisation of the existing as well as proposed infrastructure facilities through creation of concentrated developments based on the 'ecompact city' concept, and residents will get around 20 to 25 per cent additional area. Well-known architect Mukesh Mehta, who was earlier a consultant with the Dharavi redevelopment project, said the minimum cluster size of 5,000 sq mts was too less to create an impact in Ulhasnagar. "Ideally, they should take larger clusters to allow proper development, and provide for open spaces and wider roads,"he said. Mehta also said an FSI of four in cluster development will not work, as existing buildings already use FSI of more than three. "The FSI offered under the scheme will have to be double of what is being used by existing buildings to make the project financially viable," he said. THE BHENDI BAZAAR MAKEOVER The 16.5-acre Bhendi Bazaar project, initiated by the Saifee Burhani Upliftment Trust, has been divided into eight clusters with buildings ranging from seven storeys to 40 storeys. The Rs 2,900-crore project is scheduled to complete by 2023, and 80 per cent of the redeveloped land will be for rehabilitating old tenants, while 20 per cent will be developed for sale in the open market to recover costs. The project ran into trouble after shopkeepers and residents formed a Project Affected Committee, objecting to the demolitions. The locals had earlier given consent to the project.
2013-04-16A township caught in illegal tangle
A township caught in illegal tangleStuti Shukla , Stuti Shukla : Tue Apr 16 2013, 01:36 hrs Despite a state govt ordinance, only 100 of 1.60 lakh illegal structures in Ulhasnagar have been regularised so far. Stuti Shukla reports on what ails the small city bursting at the seams. More than seven years after the state government passed the one-of-its-kind ordinance, regularising over 1.6 lakh illegal constructions in the small city of Ulhasnagar - 60 km from Mumbai - a mere 100 of these have been regularised so far. Close to 60,000 people continue to reside in 296 buildings tagged 'dilapidated' by Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation (UMC). Ailing from a deep-rooted nexus between builders and nearly all of its prominent politicians, thickly populated town is bursting at the seams with no hope in sight in the near future. Despite four building collapses in the past 15 years, in which more than 20 lives (including seven children) were lost, only eight of these 296 buildings have been vacated so far and two razed. A majority of these were constructed using inferior quality sand during 1986-1995 when local strongman, criminal-turned-MLA Pappu Kalani supported builders in putting up structures. Kalani was a four-time MLA whose clout suffered when he was arrested in 1992 under TADA. Being the biggest refugee camp in the country for those displaced by the Partition, Ulhasnagar started out with problems right at the onset. Originally, known as Kalyan Military transit camp, Ulhasnagar was set up especially to accommodate 6,000 soldiers and their families during World War II. Post-independence, 94,400 Sindhis from Pakistan were accommodated in 1,173 barracks that were ideally meant to house not more than 35,000 people. In August 1949, the Ulhasnagar Township Master Plan was prepared but was quickly forgotten, with practically nothing of it being being actually implemented till date. The state government's neglect led to the business class of Sindhis fending for themselves, building houses without licence or permission from the local body. Small manufacturing units started mushrooming in the town spread over a mere 15 km. Ulhasnagar was one of the biggest hubs for the manufacture of jeans.
2013-04-14Regularise Thane’s illegal structures on lines of
Regularise Thane’s illegal structures on lines of Ulhasnagar: PawarExpress News Service , Express News Service : Sun Apr 14 2013, 02:24 hrs STATING that a large number of constructions across Thane is illegal and houses lakhs of people, Union Agriculture Minister and NCP chief Sharad Pawar Saturday said they should be regularised as done in Ulhasnagar earlier. Pawar said illegal structures should be demolished only after its residents are given alternative accommodation. Speaking to the media in Thane, Pawar said, "Estimates suggest that 40 per cent structures across Thane Municipal Corporation's jurisdiction are illegal. After a state ordinance, all illegal buildings in Ulhasnagar were regularised. The same should be done for Thane. I will write to Chief Minister Prithviraj Chavan in this regard." He added that regularisation should be carried out only after charging a hefty penalty from the builders involved. At the same time, Pawar said strict action should be initiated first against public representatives, including MPs, MLAs and corporators, who have carried out illegal construction and allowed the same in their area. A letter by Thane chief conservator of forests had stated that NCP MLA from Thane, Jitendra Awhad, abused and threatened forest officials trying to demolish unauthorised structures in Mumbra-Diva belt. "First, demolish all illegal constructions carried out by politicians, be it by Awhad or anyone else," Pawar said. He said all illegal structures should be categorised on priority, those found structurally weak should be demolished and people living in them should be given alternative accommodation immediately to avert a Mumbra-like incident. Over 70 people died and several were injured after a seven-storeyed illegal building in Mumbra's Lucky Compound collapsed last week. While Pawar came out strongly against politicians, he said he would not put a large part of the blame on Thane Municipal Commissioner R A Rajeev or other officials for the Mumbra tragedy. Following a High Court order of April 2005, asking Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation (UMC) to demolish 855 illegal buildings in its municipal limits, the state government had come out with an ordinance that sought to regularise these structures. The HC had then said UMC's case should not act as a precedent for other corporations.
2013-04-10Students claim JEE test ‘errors’
Students claim JEE test ‘errors’ Yogita Rao | TNN | Apr 10, 2013, 06.52 AM IST MUMBAI: Several students who appeared for the JEE (Main) computer-based test on Tuesday claimed there were ambiguous questions. They claimed there could be errors as they spent lot of time in cracking the questions. Experts are unable to pinpoint the errors as students do not have a copy of the questions . But the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) claimed that question papers will be made available to the students after all tests in the online slots are over. A student, who had appeared for the exam at a centre in Ulhasnagar, claimed that some questions seemed erroneous as he tried to calculate them for a while but could not arrive at an answer. "The problem is we cannot even show the questions to our teachers so that we get an idea if it is an error or if there is a mistake in our calculation. If there are errors , the board should give us grace marks as compensation ," said the student. Aakash Chaudhry, from AESL, a coaching institute, said, "The students have mentioned that the mathematics section was lengthier than the others. There could have been errors in questions or since it was lengthy, students are claiming so. We cannot conclude anything without seeing the questions."Praveen Tyagi, MD, IITians' Pace, another coaching institute, said, "Several students claimed there were errors in the question paper. The board should have ensured an error-free paper, as even one mark in this highly competitive exams matter. What about students who are at the boundary line of being selected for JEE(Advanced)? They will lose out on these marks." But CBSE chairman Vineet Joshi said the 'errors' are based on students' assumptions . "The papers will be made available to students after computer-based tests are over. Our experts will verify the claims and if there are errors , we will compensate students ," said Joshi, adding that the students need not worry. The parent of a student who lives in Goregaon claimed that he had to leave home early to reach the centre in Ulhasnagar at 7.30am, as students had to come an hour-and-a-half before for registration. "There were students from Goa too at the centre," said the parent.
2013-04-10Muscle power: Ex-MLA assaults 2 civic officials, o
Muscle power: Ex-MLA assaults 2 civic officials, out on bail FAISAL TANDEL | Wed, 10 Apr 2013-03:00am , Mumbai , DNA Former MLA Pappu Kalani was arrested for assaulting two civic officials from Ulhasnagar on Monday, when the officials were pulling down an unauthorised structure of the NCP in the area. Earlier, assistant municipal commissioner Shekar Badane, the chief of the demolition cell, Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation (UMC), had filed a case under the Maharashtra Regional and Town Planning Act, 1966, stating that the NCP was illegally constructing an office at Mahadev Nagar. On Monday afternoon, Sagar Gholap, assistant commissioner in the UMC’s encroachment department, arrived at the spot to demolish the structure. Pappu Kalani, who was also at the spot, started arguing with the official, and the Ulhasnagar police had to be called to settle the matter. According to the police, later, at around 8.30pm, Kalani was informed that both Badane and Gholap were sitting in a restaurant near Ulhasnagar police station. Along with his 10-12 bodyguards, Kalani entered the restaurant and bashed up the two officials. The civic officials have filed a complaint against Kalani under relevant sections of the Indian Penal Code and the Bombay Police Act for assaulting public servants and preventing them from doing their duty. At the same time, Kalani has filed a cross complaint against the officials, claiming that he assaulted them because they demanded a bribe of Rs2 lakh from him. A senior official from Ulhasnagar police station said, “We have registered the cross complaint. Pappu Kalani was arrested on Monday night itself and produced in Ulhasnagar court, after which he was released on bail.” “Three of his bodyguards were arrested and released on bail, while the remaining are still absconding. Both the civic officials have been admitted in a private hospital in Ulhasnagar and are being treated for for their injuries,” the official added.
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2013-04-10Ex-MLA held for assaulting civic officials
Ex-MLA held for assaulting civic officials Pradeep Gupta | TNN | Apr 10, 2013, 02.09 AM IST ULHASNAGAR: Former MLA and NCP leader Pappu Kalani and four others were arrested for allegedly assaulting Ulhasnagar civic body' two assistant commissioners, Yuvraj Badane and Sagar Gholap. The duo had allegedly sought Rs 2 lakh to stop demolition of an NCP office in Ulhasnagar. On Tuesday, Kalani and his aides were let off on bail. A case was also registered against Badane and Ghol, who are undergoing treatment and will be arrested after discharge from the hospital. On Monday, Badane, along with a team of civic officials, went to demolish the "illegal" NCP office but was stopped by Kalani's aide Pitu Rajwani. Badane reportedly sought Rs 2 lakh to stop the work and told Rajwani to come to Hotel Hardasmal with Rs 1 lakh. Kalani then went to the hotel with his aides and beat up Badane and Gholap. Kalani and his associates were arrested on Monday night. Senior inspector of Ulhasnagar police station, Sidharth Wagh, said, "We have registered cross complaints and arrested Kalani and four others. Badane and Gholap will be arrested after they are discharged."While Kalani's supporters called a bandh in Ulhasnagar on Tuesday, several officials supported Badane and Gholap and staged a protest in the UMC. - Pradeep GuptaPolice sources said that earlier Badane was known for his honesty but in last four month this is second time when he was booked for extortion demand. NCP party leader Manoj Lassi said, "Earlier we used to appreciate Badane's job but since last few months he had started favoring some party and have started targeting other party leaders offices and their relatives construction work in to the city".On Tuesday as news spread about Kalani's arrest in to the city his supporters and traders called bandh in city and crowed had gather outside Ulhasnagar court where he along with his supporters was released on the bail. Another side many of civic officials also came in to support of Badane and Gholap and staged pen down protest in UMC.
2013-04-10Pappu Kalani beats up demolition men, arrested
Pappu Kalani beats up demolition men, arrestedExpress News Service , Express News Service : Wed Apr 10 2013, 02:10 hrs Ex-MLA files cross-complaint, says officials sought bribe. Former Ulhasnagar MLA Pappu Kalani was arrested for assaulting officials of the Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation (UMC) demolisihing illegal structures in the area. Kalani was later released on bail. Kalani, a two-time MLA from Ulhasnagar and former TADA detenu, is at present associated with the Nationalist Congress Party (NCP). He was arrested based on a complaint on Monday by UMC Deputy Municipal Commissioner Shekar Bhadane, who heads the demolition cell of the corporation. According to the complaint, a team of UMC officials was demolishing an illegal office of NCP functionary Pitu Rajwani when Kalani and his men assaulted Bhadane and Additional Municipal Commissioner Sagar Gholap. Senior Inspector Siddharth Wagh said Kalani and his 10 bodyguards have been charged under various sections of the Indian Penal Code and Bombay Police Act for assault on government servants and preventing them from doing their duty. Kalani, meanwhile, lodged a cross-complaint against UMC officials, saying that they were seeking a bribe of Rs 2 lakh for not demolishing the structure. Following the building collapse in Mumbra that claimed 74 lives, the state administration has gone into overdrive in the crackdown against illegal structures. There have been talks that many of these illegal structures are sprouting due to the political patronage the builders of such structures enjoy. NCP chief Sharad Pawar had faced criticism in the early 90s for allegedly going soft on Kalani despite his alleged criminal record. Apart from charges of murder, Kalani was booked under TADA, for which he spent close to nine years in jail. In 2004, Kalani parted ways with the NCP to fight elections on Republican Party of India ticket. He, however, lost the election. He returned to the NCP seeking primary membership in 2009. Several illegal structures in Ulhasnagar have allegedly come up due to the patronage of Kalani family. Kalani's clout in the area, however, has been on the wane after he lost the legislative elections as well as control over the UMC.
Pappu Kalani beats up demolition men, arrested
2013-04-09Ex-MLA Pappu Kalani arrested for attack on civic o
Ex-MLA Pappu Kalani arrested for attack on civic officialsPTI , PTI : Thane, Tue Apr 09 2013, 13:44 hrs Former MLA Pappu Kalani has been arrested for allegedly assaulting Ulhasnagar civic officials, police said today. The arrest was made last night after Kalani and his bodyguards allegedly bashed up a team of officials from Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation when they were pulling down an unauthorized structure of NCP in the township, Ulhasnagar police station PI, M O Chavan said. The complaint was filed yesterday by Deputy Municipal Commissioner Shekar Bhadane, who is the chief of the demolition cell of the Corporation, and was roughed up. Besides Bhadane, AMC Sagar Gholap was also roughed up, the complaint said. Senior Inspector Siddharth Wagh said that Kalani and ten of his bodyguards had been charged with different sections of IPC and Bombay Police Act for assault on government servants and preventing them from doing their duties. Police said that Kalani, too, filed a cross complaint against the civic staff. The bodyguards are yet to be arrested.
2013-04-09Ex-MLA Pappu Kalani arrested for attack on civic o
Ex-MLA Pappu Kalani arrested for attack on civic officials Press Trust of India | Thane April 9, 2013 Last Updated at 12:40 IST Former MLA Pappu Kalani has been arrested for allegedly assaulting Ulhasnagar civic officials, police said today. The arrest was made last night after Kalani and his bodyguards allegedly bashed up a team of officials from Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation when they were pulling down an unauthorised structure of NCP in the township, Ulhasnagar police station PI, M O Chavan said. The complaint was filed yesterday by Deputy Municipal Commissioner Shekar Bhadane, who is the chief of the demolition cell of the Corporation, and was roughed up. Besides Bhadane, AMC Sagar Gholap was also roughed up, the complaint said. Senior Inspector Siddharth Wagh said that Kalani and ten of his bodyguards had been charged with different sections of IPC and Bombay Police Act for assault on government servants and preventing them from doing their duties. Police said that Kalani, too, filed a cross complaint against the civic staff. The bodyguards are yet to be arrested.
2013-04-09Ex-MLA Pappu Kalani arrested for attack on civic o
Ex-MLA Pappu Kalani arrested for attack on civic officials Tue, 9 Apr 2013-01:36pm , Thane , PTI Former MLA Pappu Kalani has been arrested for allegedly assaulting Ulhasnagar civic officials, police said on Tuesday. The arrest was made last night after Kalani and his bodyguards allegedly bashed up a team of officials from Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation when they were pulling down an unauthorised structure of NCP in the township, Ulhasnagar police station PI, M O Chavan said. The complaint was filed yesterday by Deputy Municipal Commissioner Shekar Bhadane, who is the chief of the demolition cell of the Corporation, and was roughed up. Besides Bhadane, AMC Sagar Gholap was also roughed up, the complaint said. Senior Inspector Siddharth Wagh said that Kalani and ten of his bodyguards had been charged with different sections of IPC and Bombay Police Act for assault on government servants and preventing them from doing their duties. Police said that Kalani, too, filed a cross complaint against the civic staff. The bodyguards are yet to be arrested.
Ex-MLA Pappu Kalani arrested for attack on civic o
2013-04-06Govt knew Thane district had 5 lakh illegal buildi
Govt knew Thane district had 5 lakh illegal buildings, but did little Shibu Thomas & Nitin Yeshwantrao | TNN | Updated: Apr 6, 2013, 04.47 AM IST MUMBAI: The state government had admitted to around 5 lakh illegal buildings in Thane city, Navi Mumbai, Kalyan-Dombivli, Vasai-Virar and other areas of Thane district three years ago. Besides there's Ulhasnagar, where 1,13,767 illegal building/tenements were identified before a special law regularized most of them in 2006. Undoubtedly, Thane district is the Wild West as far as the construction/realty industry in the Mumbai Metropolitan Region is concerned. Illegal construction has flourished as successive governments have been lenient and as authorities like corporation officials and policemen, their pockets well-lined, turned a blind eye. Courts find it an uphill task Even the judiciary at times has found itself thwarted. Three years after the Bombay HC, hearing a PIL in 2010, ordered demolition of around 2 lakh unauthorized buildings in Thane, little has been done. In fact, soon after, the government had stated in the assembly that it would not demolish pre-2000 structures. The PIL is scheduled to come up again for hearing next week. "There are a lot of adverse interests operating when it comes to action against illegal structures. There is a clear lack of political will and there's patronage which results in reluctance to act against such structures. Whenever there is an order of demolition, the state proposes to regularize such structures. One thing is quite clear: authorities do not want to demolish illegal structures," said advocate Uday Warunjikar, who represented petitioner NGO Harit Vasai in 2010. Builders are a law unto themselves Shil Phata, Mumbra, is only about 25km from Thane city, seat of the district collector, police commissioner and the civic chief. Yet, here builders, in collaboration with civic officials and the police, are a law unto themselves. The illegal seven-story building constructed in just three months that collapsed on Thursday offers a glimpse of the lawlessness in this Agri community-dominated pocket. "Illegal buildings are not new to this place, but for the last one year, the lust for profits has resulted in construction of seven-eight-storey buildings. The builder uses substandard construction material and finishes off a building in three months maximum. The flats are sold for Rs 1,000 to Rs 1,300 per sq ft,'' said Mangal Patil, a local resident.Sub-standard construction save costs The land cost is negligible as the building comes up on a reserved plot, forest land or revenue land. "The construction cost is the bare minimum. They pick cement discarded by companies. An adequate ratio in mixing sand, cement and mortar is not maintained to save costs. The concrete slabs are made in two days and not properly watered to save on tanker cost or allowed time to set. An entire floor is constructed in less than two weeks," Patil said.Locals agree that is the modus operandi of the building mafia. Construction workers are allowed to stay with their families for free in the floors they have constructed. They are shown as buyers with fake documents as the Thane Municipal Corporation won't pull down a building which is occupied. Once the entire building is constructed and the builder gets buyers willing to shell out anywhere between Rs 4-5 lakh, he evicts the workers and shifts them to a new construction site. Activists point at the Ulhasnagar case of 2005-06 (see box) to explain the temerity of builders. In 2010, a government survey found that of the 4.93 lakh unauthorized constructions in Thane district, around 2 lakh were on government land alone, including 600 acres of MIDC land. Thane city had over 5,000 illegal buildings, while Navi Mumbai Municipal Corporation had issued demolition notices to 23,332 buildings, including 550 towers, for violating rules. A Kalyan-Domivli Municipal Corporation survey had found 67,920 unauthorized properties, including 30,000 slums.
2013-04-02Polio-affected minor raped by cousin, suffers misc
Polio-affected minor raped by cousin, suffers miscarriageExpress News Service , Express News Service : Tue Apr 02 2013, 03:31 hrs A 17-YEAR-OLD polio-afflicted girl from Ambernath was allegedly raped by her cousin last year. Police suspect he may raped her on other occasions also. On Monday morning she complained of severe stomach pain and was rushed to Ulhasnagar Central Hospital where doctors found out that she was six months pregnant. She later suffered a miscarriage. Based on the victim's statement, the police are now looking for her cousin. "At 2 am, the hospital notified us that a pregnant minor had been admitted. The victim told us that her cousin had raped her several times last year, but she had not told her parents about it. They only came to know about it at the hospital," said Assistant Sub Inspector Bhimraj Tapase of the Ambernath police station. Police said accused, Sayaji Vitthal Adal, a native of Bhimashankar village in Pune, stayed with the victim's family when he was in city for work. Six months ago, during one such visit, he allegedly raped the accused, Tapase added. "He also took her to his home in Bhimashaknar with him once and raped her again. However, he has not visited Ambernath since. We have charged Sayaji under section 376 (rape) of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) and sent a team to Bhimashankar to arrest him," said senior inspector Shivshankar Mundhe. Nominations filed for standing committee chairperson post TWO nominations were received for the post of standing committee chairman of the Brihanmumbai Municpal Corporation (BMC) on Monday. Current standing committee chairperson Rahul Shewale of the Shiv Sena and Jyotsna Dighe of Congress both filed their nomination papers for the post . Corporator of the K West ward (Andheri), Dighe is member of the standing committee while Shewale has been the committee chairperson since 2010.
2013-04-01Maharashtra CID to give HC custodial deaths probe
Maharashtra CID to give HC custodial deaths probe update Rosy Sequeira | TNN | Apr 1, 2013, 10.55 AM IST MUMBAI: State Crime Investigation Department will give the Bombay High Court an update on its probe pertaining to two custodial deaths in the Central Police Station at Ulhasnagar in Thane district in 2011. A bench of Justice A M Khanwilkar and Justice A P Bhangale will hear a public interest litigation by social activist Hardas Tharwani regarding the death of 34 year old Sunil Shelke. During the hearing the court was informed that in same police station another man died in custody a month earlier. According to Tharwani's petition, Shelke was a tailor. On his wife's complaint, he and his brother Yogesh were summoned to the police station on April 11, 2011. Shelke was asked to give a written undertaking that he will not trouble his wife. When he refused, the brothers were arrested and mercilessly beaten. Around 10.45 pm, Shelke began vomiting blood. He was taken to a hospital and brought back within an hour. Around 2 am on April 12, 2011 he complained of uneasiness and died. On March 2, 2011 Narayan Rathod (38), an alleged murder suspect , was illegallydetained without any competent court'sorder. There were 25 injuries on his body. Following the PIL, six policemen were book for culpable homicide not amounting to murder and causing grievous hurt to extort confession. Additional public prosecutor Aruna Pai had told the court that out of six officers, three are suspended and departmental inquiry is on against the other three. The State CID, which took over the case in April 2012, is expected to give the court a status update on its investigations.

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