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Vol 08|Issue 224|RNI No. MAHENG/2007/21778|Postal Regn. No. NMB/154/2014-16/Vashi MDG Post Office|Navi Mumbai, Monday 26 January, 2015|Pages 8|Price Re.1
Congress will not miss Namdev
Bhagat, says Dashrath Bhagat
By Chandrashekhar Hendve
NAVI MUMBAI: Congress Navi Mumbai
President and CIDCO
Director
Namdev
Bhagat joined the Shiv
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Sena party on January
23, 2015. He gained entry into the Shiv Sena
party on the Birth Anniversary of the Shiv Sena
Pramukh Bala Shaheb
Thackeray. He joined the
party in the presence of
the Shiv Sena leader
Uddhav Thackeray at a
function held at Shanumkhanand Hall,
Sion, Mumbai.
Namdev Bhagat said,
“I was happy working
for the Congress party. I
worked for Congress for
around 27 years in Navi
Mumbai. I am not op-
posing or blaming in
any way the Congress
and members of the Congress party are not lend-
party. Congress party
was undoubtedly a very
good party but in the
city some of the leaders
ing me their support.
They did not support me
during the election period. That is the reason
Thief chased and caught by the public
An associate manages to escape
Dear, our son told his
teacher that common
man is one who suffers from common
problems like poverty,
malnutrition, price
rise, corruption, unemployment etc. She
gave him full marks.
By Vikram Gaikwad
VASHI: In a classic
case of public alertness, a group of residents chased a thief
who had broken into a
house and caught him
red handed in the wee
hours of Friday.
The accused Bashir Ismail Mulla (55)
along with an associate
had broken into a resi-
dential apartment in
Gulmohur building in
Sector-9 Vashi. Some
residents happened to
be woken up by the
noise caused by the activities of the robbers.
They chased them and
managed to catch
Bashir Ismail Mulla
while his associate
managed to escape under the cover of dark-
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ness. A search of Bashir’s person yielded a
cutting player and other instruments used in
house burglaries. The
captive was thrashed
before being handed
over to Vashi police. “A
search for Bashir’s associate has been
launched,” informed
API Sushilkumar
Gaikwad.
why I left the Congress
party”
“I preferred Shiv
Sena party simply because it is a ground level party. I did not choose
Bharatiaya Janata Party because it is the National party. I am a
ground level man and I
want to work with the
ground level people.
Hence I thought it was
appropriate for me to join
the Shiv Sena and work
under the leadership of
Uddhav Thackeray for
the development of Navi
Mumbai,” said Bhagat.
Navi Mumbai District Congress Committee President Dashrath
Bhagat said, “Namdev
Bhagat’s resignation
from the Congress Party will make no difference to my party in Navi
Mumbai. That the
members and the leaders were not supporting
him is just an excuse
that Namdev Bhagat is
making because he
wanted some reason for
joining Shiv Sena. In
Navi Mumbai, the Congress party let him occupy many high posts and
positions and let him
enjoy many facilities.
However, Congress party workers of Navi MumCont. on pg. 3
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Thieves rent a shop to conduct
a break-in at Jewelers
By Vikram Gaikwad
KAMOTHE: In a bewildering incident on
Friday, a duo of burglars broke in a Jewelers’ shop looting Jewelry worth Rs 28,
48,000 by breaking
down the wall of the
store.
The “Dharma Raj
Jewelers” is located in
sector-11 of Kamothe
in Mahadev apartment buildings and is
owned by Sunil Chandalal Soni (24). A week
before, two men had
rented a shop adjacent
to the jewelry shop
and opened up a fruit
market at the place.
They had kept an eye
on all the shops in the
vicinity and had come
to know that the jewelry shop was weekly
closed on Fridays.
With this information,
the duo broke down the
wall of the shop when
it was closed on Friday
and looted 954gms of
gold and 14 kgs of silver by breaking down
the shop’s safe with a
gas cutter. As the store
was monitored with
CCTV cameras, the
duo smartly took off all
the cameras as well as
CDR leaving the police
clueless about their
identity.
As the duo didn’t
particularly interact
with the Jewelry store
owner or leave any evidence on the crime
sight or the rented
shop, Kamothe police
are yet to identify the
burglars. From the investigation it is known
that the thieves had
rented the shop on Rs
25 thousand, intent on
stealing the jewelry
store besides it. Kamothe police have registered a complaint of
burglary against the
two accused.
Burglars rampant in Navi Mumbai
By Vikram Gaikwad
NAVI MUMBAI: Over a
past few days, Navi
Mumbai has seen a series of house break in
cases. The burglars in
the city have become so
fearless in conducting
the crimes that the frequencies of burglaries
have increased significantly past few days. In
just two days Navi
Mumbai has accounted
to Rs 7 lakhs being stolen in burglary cases.
In one of such cases, a house in Ocean
view society in sec-12 of
Kharghar was burgled,
looting Rs 2.67lakhs of
homeowner Aliniyya
Fakkir Mohammad.
Just after the incident,
another house owner
from Chirner area of
Uran became the victim of house break-in.
The thieves broke-in
the house of Uran resident Vijay Bhukarlekar
and stole cash and valuable worth Rs 3 lakhs
in the wee hours of Friday.
Similarly, in the
Accidents on tracks
worry railway authorities
By Dinesh Kamath
NAVI MUMBAI: Crossing
of
tracks by
railway
commuters
has proved
to be a dangerous exercise considering
the fact
that 138
persons
lost their
lives while
crossing
the railway
tracks in
spite of railway authorities time-andagain warnings that
such an act is against
the law.
One cannot blame
the motormen of the
railway trains since the
victims happen to cross
the tracks all of a sudden and these motorCont. on pg. 6
third incident, a group
broke-in a house in sec21 of Turbhe in broad
daylight and stole valuables worth Rs 2lakh
when the homeowner
Mrs Gujar had gone to
collect her son from
school at 4.30pm on
Friday. The thieves had
burgled the house in
her absence. Kharghar
Police, Uran Police and
APMC police respectively have registered
the cases and are looking out for the accused
burglars.
Congress will...
Cont. from pg. 1
bai are not at all sad by
the exit of Namdev
Bhagat from their
midst and are in fact
happy that he has chosen to step out from the
party.”
Shiv Sena’s Opposition leader Navi Mumbai Saroj Patil said
“Shiv Sena is a strong
party and it will always
remain strong no matter who comes into or
goes out from the party.
It was always strong
under the leadership of
Balashab Thackeray
and now under Uddhav
Thackeray. Namdev
Bhagat has always
raised his voice over sensitive issues in the Navi
Mumbai Municipal Corporation’s general body
meetings. And he always fought for justice
in the civic body.”
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Satsole murder mystery,
unraveled a step further
By Vikram Gaikwad
SATSOLE: The infamous unresolved murder case that has been
haunting Satsole residents for quite a while
has been disclosed further. The hair-raising
murder of a 21 year old
woman whose body was
discovered washed up
near the banks of Satsole creek on Palm
Beach road on January
has finally been identified by the police.
The deceased woman, now identified as
Nagmabanu Shahidali
Quereshi (21) was found
dead with her throat
cut and her face disfigured by acid, most probably to keep her identity hidden, on 3rd January. Therefore, Thane
police had been investigating the case in order
to identify the woman.
Meanwhile, the woman
relatives living in Bengawadi area of Govandi had filed a missing
persons report for Nagma in Devnar police
station as missing from
3rd January. Due to the
coincidence of the dates,
the relatives were sent
to Navi Mumbai in order to check the body,
where they identified
the dead body as being
Nagma’s.
Even though the
woman’s identity has
been disclosed, the reason for murder or the
culprit has not been
caught yet. The police,
however, strongly suspect the victim’s husband to be behind the
murder.
Sankrant Mela at Urban Haat upto 1 Feb
After Gandhi shilp
bazaar now Sankrat
Mela is organized by
City and Industrial Development Corporation
at Urban Haat and it
started from 21 January will last till 01 February 2015. Urban
Haat is now become a
regular haat for Handloom and Handicraft
products and after monsoon from August 2014
these exhibitions are
being organized in CIDCO Urban Haat on
regular basis and without any break.
In last six months
10 events of 149 days in
which more than 700
artisans from 20 states
participated. For the
year 2014-15 up to
June, a tentative number of 21 events for 282
days are proposed in
which more than 1500
artisans are expected to
participate.
In Sankrant Mela,
artisans from Gujarat,
Rajasthan, Manipur,
Andra Pradesh, Madya
Pradesh, Maharashtra,
Assam, West Bengal,
Jammu & Kashmir,
Tamilnadu & Punjab
are participating with
exclusive Handicraft
and Handloom products. In addition to this
Horticulture and Nursery equipments, Kolhapuri & Rajasthani &
Konkan food products
are available in Urban
Haat.
During this event,
on 26 January, orchestra of patriotic songs by
Hoby club and cultural
programs by colleges &
schools are proposed on
After this exhibition, Assam National
Saturday and Sunday.
The natural beauty and
beautiful fountains are
attracting large crowd
during weekend days.
Expo, Craft Bazaar,
Vasant Mela, Chaitra
Mela, Mango Festival
and Summer Festival
are proposed.
CHANGE OF NAME
I have changed my name from MR. SANJAY ADHAR
THAKUR to MR. SANJEEV ADHAR THAKUR as per
affidavit dated 23rd January 2015.
CHANGE OF NAME
I have changed my name from NIRMALA BAPUSAHEB
FADATARE to NIRMALA BAPUSAHEB PHADTAREas
per affidavit dated 23rd January 2015.
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Hockey India launches HHIL mobile
application on Android and iOS platforms
Dabang Mumbai Recover To Hold
Jaypee Punjab Warriors : HHIL 2015
DM & JPW Players in action.
Harmanpreet Singh Players of DM celebrates after scoring a goal against JPW.
Text and Photo
by Ashok Dhamija
To cater to the escalating excitement of the
Hero Hockey India
League 2015 among its
fans and followers,
Hockey India today
launched its first HHIL
mobile application on
Android and iOS platform. Taking Hockey
India’s endeavour to
promote Hockey in the
country to a new pinnacle, the HHIL mobile
application will allow its
users to stay conversant
with the game anytime,
anywhere on their Android and iOS devices.
The application
boasts of a ‘Live match
feed’ category where the
users can know all about
the ongoing match of
the League on the go, as
and when required.
With a user friendly interface, the HHIL mobile application envelopes all necessary information regarding the
impending League,
ranging from overall
match schedules to specific match venues and
summary of the teams
to player profiles.
Speaking on the
launch of the app, Dr
Narinder Batra, Chairman Hockey India
League said, ”These
days everyone wants to
be in the hook of things
while on the move and
the app of Hockey India
League is designed to
meet this demand of
Navi Mumbai Mahotsav
smart-phone users. For
the young hockey fans
that are always hookedon to their mobile devices, this application will
help them stay up-todate with the every
game in the League
whenever and wherever they desire, thus
making sure they never miss the excitement
of the game even when
they are travelling or
are at work. With this,
we aim to take the popularity of the game to
newer heights.”
The app is available
for download on Android and iOS devices.
Hero Goal of the
Match – Jamie Dwyer
Man of the Match
– Harmanpreet Singh
The 3-day Navi Mumbai Mahotsav organized by Sakav Educational and Social
Cultural Trust at Ramlila Maidan, Sector-12
Nerul was inaugurated by film personality Sheetal Kshirsagar
with the lighting of
the lamp on Friday.
“The festival will include competitions in
dance and music,
rangoli, painting etc,”
informed The Chairperson of the Trust,
Varsha Bhosle. Municipal Commissioner
Dinesh Waghmare
and organizer Uttam
Raval were among
those who graced
the inauguration.
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Text and Photo
by Ashok Dhamija
MUMBAI: It was a
day when the runnersup team of the last edition, Jaypee Punjab
Warriors and the newly formed outfit, Dabang Mumbai clashed
in their first match of
the 3rd edition of Hero
Hockey India League
2015 at the Mahindra
Hockey Stadium in
Mumbai on Friday.
The match witnessed
some high voltage
moves, thrilling moments and a nail biting
finish which left the
spectators wanting for
more from the star boy
Tom Boon and Legend
Jamie Dwyer. The 60
minute game shifted
gear with every goal
scored but was drawn
at the end at 3-3, as
both the teams did not
allow the other to
walk away with a win
in today’s electrifying
match.
Dabang Mumbai
having the better say in
the first quarter, scored
the first goal in the
7th minute and which
came from the stick of
the young Harmanpreet Singh who successfully converted the
penalty corner that the
team got, leaving the
Warriors surprised. In
the entire first session
while Jaypee Punjab
Warriors created opportunities for themselves,
the
host
team
successfully managed
to keep the opponents
at bay and refrained
them from equalizing
till the end of the second quarter.
Japyee Punjab
Warriors however
started the third quarter with aggression and
drew parity through
Captain Jamie Dywer
who scored an unbelievable field goal in the
32nd minute. Half way
through
the
third quarter, Jamie
managed a good deflection towards the goal
post but was brilliantly saved by Mumbi
Dabang goalkeeper David
Harte . Coming into
play again the Dabang
Mumbai goalie saved
yet again in the very
next minute, giving
Jaypee Punjab Warriors a tough time to get
through him.
With the fourth
and final quarter set to
being the decider session for the game both
the teams came back
into the field with a determination to win. It
was finally Chinglensana Singh in the
50th minute went
through the defence of
Japyee Punjab Warriors and scored a field
goal. This allowed the
hosts to take the lead
and the game went in
their favor 2-1. This got
Jaypee Punjab Warriors on the backfoot
but they knew there
was still 10 minutes left
in the game and they
could still turn it
around.
Post winning a penalty corner in the
56th minute Jaypee
Punjab Warriors was
awarded a penalty
stroke in their name.
Sandeep Singh took the
stroke and ensured that
Cont. on pg. 6
Young Patriots…
Primary students of St. Joseph High School (CBSE), New Panvel enthralled the audience during the Interclass Patriotic singing competition on the eve of the Republic
Day. (By Ashok Dhamija)
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Haldi Kum Kum Celebration at Ghansoli
By Chandrashekhar Hendve
GHANSOLI: Prashant Patil Mitra
Mandal of Ghansoli
organized a Haldi
Kum Kum celebration
in Ghansoli. During
this occasion was
present former Shiv
Sena District President Vijay Chougule
who spoke about
women empowerment
and importance of
supporting them to
progress in various
fields.
It is said that haldi
kum kum is conducted for married women
and it is considered as
a method of giving
respect to women.
Based on these facts
haldi kum kum was
conducted by Shiv
Sena party workers in
Ghansoli. This is
mainly held to unite
women and through
such get together a
good relation can be
generated among
them.
Damaynati Achare,
Ranjana Shintre, Adv.
Sandhya Sawant,
Suvarna Patil and
others were also
present. Around 2000
women attended this
event. Prashant Patil
Mitra Mandal distributed 2000 polpat (rotimaker) and 3 level
Tiffin box to these
women.
Also present were
Navi Mumbai former
Sena Chief Vijay
Chougule along with
Prashant Patil,
Suvarna Patil,
Santosh Daundkar,
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Sai Nanak’s Performance
Day on 25 Jan
By Rampreet Roy
VASHI: Sai Nanak
Music Academy is
Navi Mumbai’s
leading Music Education Institute that has
introduced unique
timing (Option to
come @ will*)
3. Instruments
provided in the class
(allows one to carry
there instruments
too!)
focus on Performance
Oriented Training.
Since the academy is
completing 16 years,
the authorities of the
academy have decided
to organize the Perfor-
features and revolutionized the Music
Instruments learning
process.
Sai Nanak was
established since 19992000. The Academy
has just turned 16.
Sai Nanak Music is
youngest academy
with Music Education
Expertise in Keyboard,
Piano, Guitar, Electric
Guitar, Drums kit,
Violin, Singing etc.
Sai Nanak Music
offers Unique Features:
1. Highly Talented &
Experienced Full
time Instructors
2. 100% flexible
4. Study Material
Provided (Designed
by our expert timeregularly updated)
5. Certificates Provided (Activity and
course Certificates
provided); Also
trains for Trinity
Grade Exams.
6. Open all days* (358
days a year); Huge
Time: Mon-Sat: 10
am to 8 pm and
Sun: 11am to 6pm
Till now – the
academy was concentrating more on Quick
and Easy learning
techniques of Music
Instruments. Now, it
has decided to add and
mance Day on auspicious Saraswati Pooja
Day i.e. on 25 January, 2015 (Sunday).
The Program is
scheduled to start by 4
pm.
The Performance
Day: The academy is
initiating Performance level training,
an initiative that
could boost the
student’s confidence
and erase their stage
fear too. The Press
Conference is called
at 3pm on 25 January
2015, said Inder Jeet
Singh, Founder, Incharge, Sai Nanak
Music Academy.
Bhupendra Patil,
Ajahar Husain and
other corporators.
Later on, speeches
were delivered about
women empowerment.
Prashant Patil
Mitra Mandal’s
president Prashant
Patil informed about
women power by
giving the example of
Jijamata, mother of
Shivaji and told how
women can help
bringing changes in
this country by
making leaders like
Shivaji.
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26 January, 2015
Need of positive agrarian outlook
India is home to the world’s largest number of farmers, as also the largest number of people who face
food insecurity. Hence a positive agrarian outlook is
required.
In the recent days, India has emerged as a leading
exporter of agricultural products. This is owing to the
rise in public investment in agriculture, massive increase in credit flows and upgradation of rural infrastructure. India must promote sustainable practices
like organic farming, application of bio fertilizers and
bio pesticides. At the same time farmers should get
remunerative price for produce and consumers should
not be made to pay more to the retailer and also there
is need of amending Agricultural Produce Market
Committee act and increasing of cold storage facility
to reduce wastages.
Water management and ecosystem conservation is
essential for both environmental sustainability and
agricultural production. Rich farmers use inorganic
methods to grow crops in India while marginal farmers use organic methods. So they do not get the price
they are supposed to get. India is an exporter of foodgrain commodities. Since India is a very vast country,
campaign is needed for creating awareness among
farmers as well as other citizens about the need of
sustainable agriculture and enabling them to explore
the new agricultural methods.
Ordinary farmer should have access to standard and
cheap storage facilities so that he need not be at the
mercy of the market agencies at the time of a lucky
harvest. Now at the time of harvest, bulk buyers join
hands to reduce prices of the products which they later hoard for undue benefits and profits.
On the eve of every election, political parties cunningly grant some aids to the farmers which look like
peripherally an aid but end up in destroying our agricultural possibilities.
India has more natural resources and high manpower to achieve good agricultural growth. But yet
one of the biggest problems faced by farmers from
different parts of the country is sterility of good agriculture land due extensive use of chemical fertilizers
and pesticides. The government should look into this
matter and encourage farmers to use bio-fertilizers
and methods prescribed by agricultural universities
like organic farming.
Irradiation as developed by BARC more than 60
years ago was successfully done on onions, potatoes
and mangoes extensively. This method is not only safe
but improves resistance to pests, delays ripening and
other benefits. Why have we been sleeping on this
very vital research already done and proved successful?
The future depends on the introduction of new
methods for increasing productivity and quality as also
better storage facilities. The other technology should
also be impartially and scientifically assessed and
should not be rejected although they are developed
by foreign companies. If these BT products are safe
and improves the quality and productivity of the product with better resistance to pests etc these products
must be introduced to meet the increased demand.
We need better technology and no politics in such innovations.
CR concede late goal, Lose MDFA
Elite Division tie against RCF
By Ashok Dhamija
MUMBAI: Central Railway hard work on
the field was undone by Rashtriya Chemicals & Fertilizers (RCF) as they let in a late
goal in added time to lose by a narrow margin of 0-1, in an Elite Division match of the
Mumbai District Football Association
(MDFA) League – 2014-15, played at the Coo-
Dabang Mumbai....
Cont. from pg. 4
this time he doesn’t miss to get the
ball past the goalkeeper. The goal
from Sandeep tied the game at 2-2
and with 4 minutes left in the game
both the teams went on the attack.
With just a minute left for the
final whistle to blow, Jaypee Punjab
Warriors got the chance to take the
lead through a penalty corner opportunity. Sandeep Singh yet again he
did not commit any any mistake and
converted, helping the team to take
the lead to 3-2. Here it seemed Jaypee Punjab Warriors had the game
in their kitty but Dabang Mumbai’s
Chinglensana threw the surprise by
scoring a brilliant field goal in the
dying seconds and tied the match at
3-3.
Speaking post the draw Head
Coach Valentin Altenburg said “It was
a huge finish by Chinglensana today
and we believe we can come back in
the next match. Both Harmanpreet
and Chinglensana played brilliant
games and David did a great job in
protecting our goal. I think Chinglensana realizes that he is so strong post
his goals today. We played against a
well built composed team and they
gave us a tough time. I was not satisfied as we did not do a great job in
protecting our circle and there were
many circle penetrations. The first
goal scored by JPW was a brilliant
goal and we also did a good job in not
allowing them the penalty corner conversions. For the game against Ranchi Rays we have to work on our
defence. Ranchi Rays is a strong
team and we really have to get our
defence together.”
Commenting on the draw, Head
Coach Barry Dancer, Jaypee Punjab
Warriors said “It was a good game
and the boys came back well. We
played well and they played well too.
Thankfully we played good in the
3rd and 4th quarter. Mumbai
team was good in the first half and
they were unlucky later on. We didn’t
control some of the better players of
the Mumbai team but we aim to be
better in our next game. They won
the first half and we won the second
half”.
At the time of going to press Mumbai Dabang Mumbai lost to Ranchi
Ray 1-2 on Saturday evening Tom
Boon scored for Mumbai while Barry
Middelton scored a brace for Ranchi.
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perage ground on Friday.
With match heading towards a draw,
RCF striker Raju Meetei scored a late goal
way into injury time to help his team clinch
victory and pocket the full three points.
Results: Rashtriya Chemicals & Fertilizers 1 (Raju Meetei 90+3) beat Central Railway 0 (HT 1-0).
Accidents on...
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men fail to stop the train in spite of their applying
brakes the moment they spot the victim. At Vashi
railway tracks itself there has been a large number of deaths of commuters who were crossing the
tracks and even those who were hanging out of
the train and fell outside all of a sudden. Only a
few involved in such accidents managed to escape
death but they did sustain serious injuries.
Most of the railway accidents occur on VashiMankhurd, Juinagar-Nerul, Panvel-Khandeshwar, Belapur-Seawoods routes and hence the railways are trying to focus most of their attentions
along these routes particularly while creating precautionary measures to prevent such accidents.
These accidents occur in spite of the efforts put
in by railway officials to create awareness among
the railway commuters the dangers of crossing
tracks or hanging out of the railway trains. These
officials have even gone to the extent of pasting
posters and making regular announcements asking the commuters not to trespass or jump out of
moving trains. The problem is railways are not
staffed to the extent where they can supervise all
the tracks. Hence certain violations of laws by
the commuters escape their notice thus resulting
in accidents.
Navi Mumbai Krida
Mahotsav
Koperkhairane: Navi Mumbai Krida Sankul
and Ward Sallagar Samiti, another Naik family outfit are jointly organizing Navi Mumbai
Krida Mahotsav on 29, 30 and 31 January, 2015.
The event will witness competitions in Kho Kho,
Kabaddi and Cricket. About 230 teams representing over a hundred schools are expected to
participate, says a press note circulated by the
organizers.
The event will be inaugurated on29 January, 2015 at R F Naik High School ground, Koperkhairane by former minister Ganesh Naik.
Competitions will be held on RF Naik School
grounds, Ramlila Maidan in Sector-12 Nerul
and Terna High School ground, also in Nerul.
MLA Sandeep Naik is the chief organizer.
Blood donation camp
at Inorbit Malls, Vashi
on Republic Day
This Republic day, Inorbit Malls, Vashi pledges to be a savior to patients in need of the blood.
They will conduct the blood donation camp in
association with Fortis Hospital, so save a life
by doing your bit towards this noble cause.
Date: 26th January
Time: 12 noon – 7:00 pm
Venue: Inorbit Malls, Vashi
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Letters to the Editor....
How can NMMC ignore such
a major problem?
During the last week or so there was flooding
on the road and it has entered the compound of
our building (Om Saidham Co Op Housing Society Ltd, Plot No. 40 Sector 17, Vashi, Navi Mumbai-400703). During the night, the nulla’s dirty
water reaches the road and then spreads from
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Raymond showroom area to all the other roads.
It is acute around our building and enters in huge
quantity in our compound.
This phenomenon
started after expanding/
construction of the
storm water drainage
system a year ago or so,
which we had pointed
out but this problem
was continued to be ignored by Navi Mumbai
Municipal Corporation which did not care to take
Board Of Cricketing
Controversies In India
Board game is as good as over. All along, the
BCCI in the name of conducting gentleman’s game
of cricket did all the wrongs and still escaped punishment. Despite the team doing badly overseas,
the same players and the captain get preference
over other deserving candidates. Supreme Court
bowled a googly and a yorker at the same time,
barring BCCI chief-in-exile N Srinivasan from
contesting election to the board’s top post and
bringing the world’s richest cricket body under
the ambit of public scrutiny.
It directed the Board of Control for Cricket in
India to hold the election within six weeks after
restraining Srinivasan from the exercise as long
as he continued to own Indian Premier League
(IPL) team Chennai Super Kings because the dual
role pointed to a “conflict of interest”. The court
made it clear that conflict of interest arose because Srinivasan was the BCCI president, the
owner of Chennai Super Kings and the father-inlaw of Gurunath Meiyappan, who is facing charges of betting and spot-fixing in the sixth edition of
the IPL.
The ruling put an end to the free run the BCCI
enjoyed on the pretext of being a private entity.
The court called the board a public body discharging public functions because it is the official selector of the national cricket team. The BCCI would
be amenable to the writ jurisdiction of high courts
under Article 226 even when it was not ‘State’
within the meaning of Article 12 of the Constitution, the court added. This means, a common man
can drag the all-powerful BCCI to court for any
alleged misdeed. It could also come under the purview of the RTI act.
Unhappy with the BCCI’s opaque style of functioning, the court asked the panel to suggest measures to revamp it within six months, to streamline its election process and to bring institutional
integrity. The ruling came on a petition filed by
the Cricket Association of Bihar asking the court
to restrain Srinivasan from holding the BCCI
president’s post in the wake of the betting scandal involving his son-in-law.
Thus we can call BCCI, Board of Cricketing
Controversies in India and the name is well truly
maintained by the Presidents of the Board as a
well knit unit and now the truth is coming out in
the open.
- Calicut Krishnan Ramani, Vashi
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any action in this direction. We are afraid that the
space around our building might get flooded like
creek.
There are technical problems and bad works
done by NMMC. On one side they warn residents
about water spillage that can be caused even by
washing vehicles. They warn that such water
might contain Dengue fever but they are not bothered about dirty nulla water entering all around
sector 17 area which is threatening the health of
the people. It looks like as if nobody from civic officials are bothered about this.
K. Vasu, Vashi
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Colorful Sewadal rally on 2nd day of Sanjivani Boys Crowned NMASA
48th Annual Nirankari Sant Samagam Under-8 Football Champions
By Chandrashekhar Hendve
KHARGHAR: His Holiness Baba Hardev
Singh Ji Maharaj,
Head of the Sant
Nirankari Mission addressed the 48th Annual Nirankari Sant Samagam of Maharashtra
on the second day of the
3-day spiritual congregation
held
in
Kharghar, Navi Mumbai which is being attended by lakhs of devotees of the Mission and
other God-loving people
from all over the state
and several other parts
of the country and
abroad.
On the 2nd day today, the Samagam began with a colourful
Sewadal Rally. Thousands of Nirankari
Sewadal volunteers men and women in
their uniforms, presented some items of P
T Parade, physical
forms, games, skits and
songs, rededicated
themselves towards
selfless service of the
mankind and sought
the benign blessings
from His Holiness for
the same. They highlighted the Mission’s
message of humanity
and depicted the different ways the Sewadal is
contributing to promote it. They also
showed the importance
of discipline and dedication while serving fellow devotees and the
society as such.
As His Holiness
Baba Hardev Singh Ji
Maharaj and his gracious spouse Pujya
Mata Sawinder Ji arrived at the venue, they
stood in an open vehicle, inspected the Rally
and blessed the participants. Thereafter, His
Holiness hoisted the
white flag, a symbol of
love, service and humil-
ity.
Speaking on the occasion, Baba Ji commended the services of
Sewadal in various
fields and said that the
same went a long way
to strengthen and
ble and blissful. He said
that their spirit of discipline and dedication
has always been commended by Police and
other authorities not
only in Maharashtra
but in other parts of the
spread the message of
the Mission. He said
that these volunteers
are always ready to render selfless service not
only during regular
congregations and the
Samagams but also towards the nation, particularly during natural calamities. The spirit of selflessness, he
said, makes service all
the more beautiful, no-
country also.
Earlier,
Shri
V.D.Nagpal, General
Secretary of the Sant
Nirankari Mandal and
Member In-charge of
Sewadal sought the divine blessings of His
Holiness so that all the
Sewadal volunteers continue to render their
services with full spirit
of discipline, dedication
and selflessness.
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Text and Photo
by Ashok Dhamija
VASHI: Sanjivani Int e r n a t i o n a l
School,Kharghar Under-8 Boys overcame a
strong performance by
Avalon Heights International School,,Vashi
to a eke out a narrow
1-0 win and annex the
Navi Mumbai Area Inter-School Football
Tournament held at
Fr.Agnels
Sports
Complex,Vashi. The all
important goal was
scored by Pranay Patil.
Earlier the winners
had.defeated New Horizon Public School, Panvel in sudden death to
enter the final.
“I was really confident that this year we
will win as we has a
very good team as they
had worked on their
deficiency of last year
when we lost in semi
final in both under 8
and 10 Boys category. i
am thankful to our
Principal and Parents
who supported us in our
mission “.shared Kiran
Anchan, Sports Coordinator of in Charge, Sanjivani International
School,Kharghar.
Winning
TeamPranay Patil(Captain),
Viraj Kakade, Ved
Panickar,Yash Mhatre,
Shreyas Jain, Mohit
Mhatre, Manthan Yendarkar, Pawan Dongre,
Arya Pawar, Aryan
Gondhali, Ayush Kale,
Meghrraj Mhatre,
Omkar Bhoye, Kushal
Singh and Neev Jain.
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