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Vol 08|Issue 258|RNI No. MAHENG/2007/21778|Postal Regn. No. NMB/154/2014-16/Vashi MDG Post Office|Navi Mumbai, Sunday 8 March, 2015|Pages 8|Price Re.1
NCP will go all alone
Sharad Pawar announces the decision to have no allies
By Chandrashekhar Hendve
VASHI: “Nationalist
Congress Party will
fight the coming municipal election all
alone and on its own
strength,” announced
the party’s national
president Sharad
Pawar on Saturday. He
was addressing a large
gathering of party
workers at R F Naik
school campus in Koperkhairane.
Targeting BJP and
the Congress at the
same time, he said that
both the parties have
adopted the American
model where one leader is projected. “Congress has been projecting Rahul Gandhi and
BJP Narendra Modi.
This is not an ideal
model for India,” he declared.
He criticized the
union government for
not announcing a compensation package for
the drought effected
farmers in the state.
He also said that the
NDA government is
trying to dilute the
Food Security Law. He
pointed out how the
proposed amendment
to the Land Acquisition Act is not in the
interest of the farmers.
Speaking on the oc-
casion, former district
Guardian Minister
Ganesh Naik said that
this time, the party
will resort to a positive
campaign. “We will not
criticize any party but
concentrate on telling
people about the good
works done by us,” he
Cont. on pg. 4
Ryan International School,
Nerul, celebrates womanhood
Sir, he is a graduate
who can’t get employment. So he is learning from me the art of
begging.
By Ashok Dhamija
NERUL: “The fastest
way to change the
society is to mobilize
the woman of the
world.” – Charles
Malik.
Ryan International
School, Nerul with
collaboration with the
Mumbai City Football
Club had organized a
fun football match for
the women (parents)
and teachers, along
with many fun games
on the 7 March 2015.
The girls of the
primary section (612yrs) had participated
in the “Grass Root
Level Football Festival”
Wherein they were
taught the basics of
CMYK
football.
The Chairman’s
vision leads his students to organize such
fun sports events in the
school to mark important day to encourage
the women in their
lives and to encourage
the young generation
(girls) to rise and shine
in the field of sports.
Beware of stray dogs!
NMMC fails to control their
population; sterilisation programme
needs to be speeded up
By a staff reporter
VASHI: The rising
number of stray dogs
in the city has been a
cause of concern. And
the city’s civic body
does not seem to be
having any effective
sterilization programme for them.
Hordes of stray dogs
rummaging a public dust
bins for
eatables is
a common
sight one
witnesses.
In the face
of 14,000 cases of
stray dog bites during
the last one year, the
municipal body is left
with few alternatives
other than putting up
banners ‘Beware of
biting stray dogs” in
public squares.
Makin g matters
worse are groups of
misguided activists
who go under the banner of dog lovers; they
keep feeding these
dogs and prevent any
effective
action
against them,
The most important problem facing
the civic authorities is
the lack of a proper
plot to set up a modern sterilization center. Presently, they
are making do with
one set up on an Ad
hoc basis near the
dumping ground in
Turbhe. The sterilization proper is contracted to some NGO. It is
said to be sterisizing
450 to 500 bitches every month. But that
has proved to be insuf-
ficient as seen from
the growing number of
strays.
According to officials, NMMC needs a
2,000 sq meter plot for
setting up the facility
and it has forwarded
its demand to CIDCO,
which owns all the
land in the city. CIDCO responded
by allotting two
plots in
Sector-24
Sanpada,
one meant
for an animal hospital and the
other for a dog sterilization center. But the
municipal general
body, in its wisdom,
objected to the proposal and went on to cancel the reservation.
Since then, CIDCO, it
is learnt, has earmarked a large plot
(21 acres) at Uran
phata for the purpose.
But there have not
been effective moves
from NMMC or CIDCO to transfer the
plot to the civic body.
As the two bodies continue their spat, the
number of stray dogs
has continued to grow.
It is estimated by experts that the city
needs a sterilization
center with a capacity to castrate/sterilixr
at least 700 dogs per
month.
One only hopes
that the dispute will
soon come to an end
and the work of setting up a new sterilization center resumes fast.
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Election to Co-operative sugar factory at Junner
By Vijay Bhor
VASHI: Election for
the control of Shree
Vighnahar Cooperative Sugar
factory in Junner
taluka has been fixed
for 4 April, 2015.
Surprisingly, campaigning for the same
has been going on in
APMC market in a
big way. About 800
voters of the factory
Campaigning picks up at APMC
are said to be residing
in Navi Mumbai.
The factory was
established by late
MP Nivruttishet
Sherkar of Junner.
His successors are
controlling the
establishment now.
The factory is said to
be crushing 12 lakh
tons of sugar cane in
a season producing
30,000 liters of
methanol as a byproduct. It may be
mentioned here that
methanol has great
commercial value.
Considering the
importance of the
voters operating from
APMC market, the
aspirant have started
campaigning here in
a big way. “We appeal
to all sections of the
society to ensure that
the elections take
place unopposed in
the interest of the
health of the cooperative,” said
Satyasheel Sherkar
who is heading the
factory now.
Wards represented by opposition corporators
get a step motherly treatment
By Vijay Bhor
CBD-BELAPUR: The
ruling party, NCP is
ruling the roost in
NMMC because of the
absolute majority it
commands. “It is not
only not passing projects
in the Wards represented by opposition party
corporators but has
gone to the extent of cancelling some ongoing
works,” complained
BJP Corporator Vijaya
Gharat on Saturday.
She ascribed it to the
Resent cancellation of works in their wards
‘arrogance’ of the ruling
party members. Gharat has written a letter
to Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis listing
her grievances.
Giving examples of
works cancelled, Gharat said that a proposal
to reconstruct the dilapidated vegetable market
building in the Ward
represented by Congress
corporator Indumati
Bhagat has been can-
celled by NMMC.”That
has been done at the instance of party leaders,”
she accused.
“In my own case, the
redevelopment of the
vegetable market building in Turbhe gaon had
been sanctioned earlier
by the civic body. With
an objective to deny the
credit to BJP, the ruling party has cancelled
the proposal. They resorted to the subterfuge
Newly married woman jumps to
death after spat with husband
By Vikram Gaikwad
KOPARKHAIRNE: A
25 year old newlywed
woman committed
suicide after jumping
to her death after a
long spat with
husband on Friday
night in sec-11 of
Koparkhairne.
The deceased,
Diya Butakk (25) was
married a year ago
and was a resident of
Faam Society in
sector 11 of Koparkhairne. She was
known to have
disputes with her
husband over the fact
that he never took
her to visit any place.
On Saturday, one of
Diya’s relatives was
having a housewarming party which she
wanted to attend
however the husband
refused leading to a
fight between them.
Youth strangled to death
in his own house
By Vikram Gaikwad
URAN: A youth living
alone in a rented room
is reported to have been
strangled to death by
unidentified miscreants on Friday morning.
The victim, Sushant Prafulla Giri (22
)hailed from Orissa and
lived alone in a rented
tenement in Mahalaxmi Society in Uran.
He sold various kinds
of packed food items for
a living. On the night
of Thursday, when Giri
was fast asleep, some
one is believed to have
entered his tenement
and using a nylon cloth,
strangled him to death.
Giri is reported to have
shouted for help and a
man living on the
Cont. on pg. 7
In her rage she
gulped down the acid
used for cleaning
floors and jumped
from the terrace of
their building. As a
relatives came to
know of Diya’s
accident and the
of not issuing the work
order till the proposal
became time barred,”
she explained. “They put
forward a specious excuse that the local people are opposed to the
work,” she said.
Gharat has suggested to the voters to teach
a lesson to the NCP leaders and workers during
the coming municipal
election by refusing to
vote for the party.
foam coming out of
her mouth, they took
her municipal hospital in Vashi. Unfortunately, she had
already succumbed
before reaching the
hospital. Meanwhile
Vashi Police has
registered a case of
accidental death;
however the police
are investigating
further.
Nerul boy drowns amidst
Holi celebrations
By Vikram Gaikwad
NERUL: A tragic incident of a 12 year old
boy drowning in a pond
in sec-20 of Nerul was
reported on Friday.
The
deceased,
Dheeraj Mistri (12) is a
resident of the slums
adjacent to Balaji Towers in Nerul. On Thursday night he had gone
to play Holi with his
friends but didn’t return home. As the
hours passed by, his
parents started a
search for him in the
neighborhood. They
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lodged a complaint at
Nerul police and continued to search for him
until wee hours of Friday, when his clothes
were found at the banks
of the pond. Immediately, the fire brigade was
informed but ‘when
they fished him out of
the pond around 3pm,
Dheeraj had already
lost his life’ informed
fireman
Amruta
Naand Borade. The police suspect him to have
drowned while swimming in the pond on
Thursday night.
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Sankalp Welfare Association
to celebrate International
Women’s Day
By Chandrashekhar Hendve
NERUL : Seawood based Sankalp Social Cultural Welfare Association is celebrating International Women’s Day on Sunday with a variety of programmes aimed
at women and senior citizens. It will honour women teachers who have acquired distinction in their
field and also organize competitions in Rangoli and
mehandi followed by a congregation of Women’s
small savings groups or
Bachat Gats. Well known
Marathi actress, Suruchi
Adarkar will grace the occasion and felicitate
the achievers.
A free health check up camp for senior citizens will also be held on the sidelines. The programme will be held at Ganesh Maidan in Seawoods from 11.00 am onwards. Former district
Guardian Minister Ganesh Naik, former MP
Sanjeev Naik, MLA Sandeep Naik and Mayor
Sagar Naik will be present as Chief Guest and
Guests of Honour. All citizens are invited to take
maximum advantage of the event, said the Association President Vishal Dolas.
Pension adalat
Konkan Commissioner will hold the next
Pension Adalat on Tuesday, 10 March, 2015 at
12.30 pm at the Committee Room, Konkan Commissioner’s Office, First floor, Konkan Bhavan,
CBD-Belapur. All retired government servants
having problems in receiving their pensions may
come and have their grievances redressed.
Caste verification certificate
CBD-BELAPUR: The elections to Navi Mumbai, Vasai-Virar, Kulgaon-Badlapur municipal
bodies are about to the announced. Those who
wish to contest from Wards reserved for Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes, Nomadic Tribes
etc are requested to obtain their caste verification certificates in good time. The applications
for the certificates will be accepted six months
and four months before the declaration of elections.
For further details, contact Deputy Divisional Commissioner, Divisional Caste Verification
Committee No1, Konkan Bhavan, Navi Mumbai. Telephone: 2757 1388 Fax. 2757 8407.
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Both can be the
fair sex!
By Hema Gobindram Lobo
Women’s Awareness day on March 8
is indeed a Day for
celebrating the
numerous qualities of
a woman.
Stronger than
steel, softer
than silk,
toiling away
as a laborer in
fields, the
kitchen or as
the CEO in a
corporate set
up, a woman
is now acknowledged,
not necessarily a superior
being but
totally indispensable to her
surroundings.
Imagine a grand
house with all the
interiors done up, a
beautiful well kept
garden, a couple of
cars waiting to take
off, et al1 but the lady
of the house is simply
not in! At any social or
religious gathering
the presence of
mothers, daughters
,sisters is what gives
life to the entire scene.
A lot of films and
television serials have
NCP will...
Cont. from pg. 1
added. He said that he
lost the last assembly
election because of the
misinformation spread
by the opposition campaigners.
Suggesting that
the election code of
which seems to
revolve around male
chauvinism, ego and
domination of the
fairer sex! TWO:
WOMEN WHO GO
FAR actually go
further than MEN in
every single aspect.
All this only goes
to in fact erase the
difference between
men and women and
prove that given the
opportunity both men
and women can excel
in life and total
success in fact is an
outcome of the essential cooperation,
coordination between
men and women,
indeed meant to
complement each
other!
There cannot be a
FAIR AND JUST
celebration of either
the fair sex or the
(un)fair sex! So
let a HUMAN
and a humane
approach help us
restore the
necessary
balance in society
where women are
fed up of being
understood as
weak and fragile
or even superwomen, who bear
babies and wear
the pants too!
Men too need not
be thought of as
effeminate if they shed
tears or be supermen
of steel. Today the
challenge for both
MEN and WOMEN is
to look at each other
as
real human beings
who are both FAIR
and JUST towards
each other!
The good news is
that women are
leading the way in
this entire exercise,
we HOPE!
conduct is likely to
come into effect on 12
March, he called upon
the workers to go
among the people and
tell them about the
encouraging the workers..
Party’s state unit
president Sunil Tatkare, MLA Sandeep
Naik, MLC Narendra
highlighted the
grandeur of women
even as exposing the
base and downright
negative attitudes
towards women prove
two fundamental
things: ONE that
women are MADE
OUT to be a liability
BY a backward society
good works done by
them. “Out of 89 wards
in the city, NCP had
polled a majority of
votes in 39,” he said
Patil, Mayor Sagar
Naik and MLA Shashikant Shinde were
among those present
on the occasion.
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Aam Aadmi Party, Mahila
Shakti, Bandana Kumari
Celebrates Holi With Delhiites
By K Ravi
AAP, Mahila Sakti,
Smt. Bandana Kumari
visited Dilli Haat Pitampura and celebrated
the festival of colours
‘Holi’ with Delhi-ites on
Thursday. The event
“Rang De.. Delhi” was
organised by Prishika
Entertainment on
March 5, 2015 at Dilli
Haat Pitampura in
New Delhi.
In this festival season Smt. Bandana Kumari, President of
Women’s wing, Aam
Aadmi Party Mahila
Shakti visited Dilli
Haat as a chief guest
and celebrated Holi
with Delhi-ites. At the
event, she said that
‘Our youth specially
women are role model
of our country and we
strongly believe that
our coming generation
will take our India on
heights worldwide.’
She also congratulated Prishika Goswami, Managing Director
of Prishika Entertainment and wished all the
best for her first event
and future projects.
and said, “Thank you
Delhi! You made my
first event ‘Rang
De...Delhi’ successful.
I’m happy that Prishika Entertainment succeed to make our Del-
The 22 year old,
Prishika Goswami
said, “I’m grateful to
have Bandana Ji as
chief guest of my very
first event.” She also
thanked all the audience who came and enjoyed this Holi event
hi-ites happy and colorful on this Holi. I’m
grateful to all our media persons and also our
sponsor and promotion
partner Mr. Sunil Meena and Deepali to make
‘Rang De...Delhi’ special.”
Aircel Launches exciting offers for Holi –
Local, STD and Roaming @ 10p and unlimited
Facebook & Whatsapp @ Re 1 per day
By Divakar Gore
NAVI MUMBAI: Aircel,
one of India’s innovative
& leading telecom service provider, aims to
expand its retail and
network presence in
the city. Aircel will significantly add new sites
& capacity to its existing 2G network to provide seamless connectivity across Mumbai
and Navi Mumbai for
its customers to be connected 24*7 with family and friends across
the country. The company will also set up
200 Xpress stores by
end 2015 to provide convenience and service for
all its customers. The
Xpress stores are based
on the FOFO (Franchisee Owned Franchisee
Operated) model and
will exclusively provide
Aircel’s products and
services, new connections, recharges and
top-ups, resolution of
customer queries, assistance and support to
all new and existing
Aircel customers.
Additionally, to
bring joy to our cus-
tomer lives this festive
season of Holi, Aircel
announced the launch
of yet another two innovative products: Unlimited Facebook &
Whatsapp @ Re 1/day
and Unlimited Aircel to
Aircel Local, STD and
Roaming outgoing calls
at just 10p/min.
For the Unlimited
Facebook & Whatsapp
pack @ Re 1/day, customers have an option
to subscribe for either
1 day or 30 days by simply dialing the USSD
code *121*28#.
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Reliance 1 Edge Out D Y Patil ‘A’ In Super Over To Enter DYPT20 Cup Final
Text and Photos
Comptroller and Audiby Ashok Dhamija
tor General (CAG) of
To meet CAG in summit clash
NAVI MUMBAI: ReliIndia. Mayank Agarwance 1 edged out hosts
D Y Patil ‘A’ in a Super Over and Comptroller and Auditor General (CAG) of India made
a sensational comeback
to register a four wicket win over scored Canara Bank to enter the
final of the 11th All India Invitational Dr.
D.Y. Patil T20 Cup at
the D Y Patil stadium,
Nerul on Saturday.
Electing to bat Reliance 1 were bowled
out for 118 in the final
over of their innings.
Skipper Parthiv Patel
once again top scored
with 36 runs as he
along with Yogesh Nagar who scored 26 revived the visitors innings with a useful 36
runs partnership for
the fourth wicket after D Y Patil ‘A’ medium pace Vinit Sinha
(2/21) took wickets in
each of his first two
overs and latter left
arm spinner Iqbal Abdullah (2/29) caught
the hard hitting Yusuf
Pathan of his own
bowling. Left arm spinner Krunal Pandya (4/
16) once again bowled
a probing line to end
Reliance 1 innings.
A hostile spell of
D Y Patil 'A' team supporters cheer their team in the Super Over against Reliance 1 all rounder Yusuf Pathan sinReliance 1
gle handedly snatched victory from the
jaw of defeat with three scoring stroke
medium fast bowling by
off against D Y Patil ‘A’ skipper Pravin
Pawan Suyal (3/15) and
Tambe in the Super Over
Vikas Tokas (3/22) reduced the hosts to 18 for runs for the eighth wicket in 26
5 in 4 overs which includ- balls, before the former was briled the key wicket of liantly caught by left arms spinner
Shoaib Shaikh (4) caught Pawan Negi (1/15) in his follow
by Unmukt Chand at through in the final ball of his
point off Suyal in the fifth spell(18th over). Pravin too fell to
ball of the innings. Sid- Suyal as he attempted to hook in
darth Chitnis who topped the penultimate over. Subodh Bhatti
scored with 39 runs (12 n.o., 8b, 2x4s) however made of
curbed his natural attack- the dropped catch by Yusuf in slip
ing instinct however mis- in the same over to ensure a tie of
judged a single and found the last ball of the innings. In the
himself short as bowler super over D Y Patil ‘A’ made 12 for
Babasafi Khan Pathan 1, while Reliance 1 powered by
direct throw hit the wick- Yusuf Pathan (14 n.o., 5b, 2x4s,
ers at non striker end. 1x6) snatched victory from the jaw
With the score board of defeat.
CAG’s Arvind Singh and Ankit Sharma reading 69 for 7 in the 14th
In another semi final match earput on 26 runs in 12 balls to guide their over..Krunal Pandya (23) lier at the University Ground, Cateam to a four wickt win against Canara and skipper Pravin Tam- nara Bank overcame a poor start 15
Bank in their semi final match
be (9) put on a useful 35 for 2 after electing to bat against
CMYK
al once again revived
the innings with his 65
off 42 balls (6x4s, 3x6s)
and in the company of
Deepak Chougule (29)
with a 42 crucial run
for the fifth wicket before stumped by Avi
Barot (two stumpings
and two catches in the
match) off left arm
spinner Ankit Sharma
(2/23) in the 15th over
at the score of 104 Medium pacer Shaurya
Samandia (4/31) and
Arpit Vasavada (2/23)
bowled well in the end
to bowl out Canara
Bank for 131 in the final over of the innings
CAG who were 26
for 2 at the end of power play however progressed with efforts
useful contribution
from Ankit Lamba
(36), Ankit Sharma 26
(n.o.) and Bravish Shetty (22). Needing 27
runs for a win in 23
balls they however lost
two wickets off consecutive balls bowled by
young medium pacer
Vyshak Vijaykumar
(2/31) which soon became 24 of 12 balls.
Arvind Singh smashed
a quick fire unbeaten
Cont. on pg. 7
CMYK
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CR Mega Block Today
Issue : 258
8 March, 2015
Why so much attraction towards
such dynasty rule?
The 2014 electoral mandate was against dynasty
rule. In the aftermath of its worst-ever electoral defeat, the Congress is refusing to come to terms with
its precipitous situation, retreating into a defence of
its “first family”, Sonia and Rahul Gandhi, rather than
rigorously examining the causes of its ignominious defeat. The party still places full faith in the leadership
of Sonia Gandhi and son Rahul, both of whom offered
to step down, only to take back their resignations in
the face of party protests, which were expected.
The Congress Working Committee spoke of a
“thorough revamp of the organisation at all levels,”
leaving out the two leaders from the scope of the exercise. The tragic truth is that the Congress has paid
a huge price by indulging Rahul Gandhi at the cost of
other potential leadership talent. If Sonia had selected any of the senior leaders in Congress other than
her son Rahul to lead the party in election, they would
have done well in election. The senior leaders in Congress, no matter how experienced, are totally neglected. As far as Congress is concerned, Dynasty is openly
being placed before party. The demand for Priyanka
shows laziness of Congress leaders, who want that the
family should somehow get them power.
Bharatiya Janata Party with its inherent strength
of Cadre and Good pool of talented people and experienced honest leadership of Narendra Modi is not
going to fritter away the advantage easily. The Minorities will also gravitate towards it after experiencing
the benefits. The biggest challenge to Congress will
be from AAP, which will occupy the opposition space
and will correct itself. So the next major election will
be between AAP and BJP.
As long as Jawaharlal Nehru was the Prime Minister, it was Hindu dynasty. When Indira Gandhi became
the Prime Minister, it was Parsee dynasty owing to
the fact that Indira had married a Parsee. Rajeev Gandhi, the next PM, also was representing the Parsee
dynasty. Sonia Gandhi who indirectly ruled India and
so also Rahul Gandhi (If he had to become a PM) could
be said to belong to Parsee dynasty and to a certain
extent Catholic dynasty. If Priyanka Gandhi comes to
power in the future, she will be as good as representing Catholic dynasty. One cannot comprehend why
many Indians wanted this kind of dynasty which was at
the cost of majority community viz. Hindus?
Given the abject servility and sycophancy exhibited by one and all in the party, the Congress has lost
all credibility with the common man who has at long
last realized that the dynasty has no intention of giving up its stranglehold on power and pelf despite all
the theatrics. It is high time that the family retires
permanently from politics gracefully and let others
have a chance.
In the Western world, if the leader of the party cannot get through his party in the election with a clear
mandate, he decides to quit the leadership post. Many
great heads have rolled having failed to get the approval
rating from the voting public in the election. Such custom has been in vogue - even for proven prime Ministers and Premiers! India can boast of its democracy only
if the parties also hold ethics and moral values in owning defeat and quitting posts without waiting.
By Ashok Dhamija
NAVI MUMBAI: Central Railway (CR) will operate Mega
Block on its suburban sections
for carrying out maintenance
work on 8th Mar, 2015.
A) Panvel-Nerul UP and
DN Harbour Lines
From: 11.00 am to 3.00
pm
UP Harbour line services
towards Chhatrapati Shivaji
Terminus (CST), Mumbai leaving Panvel from 10.43 am to
3.27 pm and DN Harbour line
services to Panvel leaving Nerul from 10.41 am to 3.17 pm
will remain suspended between Nerul and Panvel stations.
UP Trans-Harbour line
services towards Thane leaving Panvel from 11.05 am to
3.19 pm and DN Trans-Harbour line services from Thane
to Panvel leaving Nerul from
11.42 am to 2.48 pm will remain suspended between Nerul and Panvel.
Panvel - Andheri services
will remain cancelled during
the block.
However, special local
trains will run on CST Mumbai– Nerul Harbour line section and Thane – Nerul TransHarbour line section during
the block period.
B)
Matunga-Mulund
DN Fast Line
From: 10.45 am to 3.15 pm
All DN fast services leaving CST Mumbai from 10.08
am to 2.54 pm will be diverted
on DN Slow line at Matunga
and will halt at all stations between Sion and Mulund. Fast
trains beyond Thane will be rediverted on DN Fast line at
Mulund. These services will
Services to be
affected
between Panvel
and Nerul
arrive destination 20
minutes behind schedule.
All UP Fast services leaving Thane from
10.46 am to 3.28 pm
will halt at Mulund,
Bhandup, Vikhroli,
Ghatkopar and Kurla
stations in addition to
their respective scheduled halts and will arrive destination 15 minutes behind schedule.
All Slow services
arriving and leaving
CST Mumbai between
11.00 am and 5.00 pm
will arrive destination
10 minutes behind
schedule.
CR To Run 12 Weekly Superfast Special Trains
By Ashok Dhamija
MUMBAI: Central Railway (CR) has decided to run
12 Superfast Weekly Special
trains i.e. four Specials between Dadar - Bhusaval,
four AC specials between
Lokmanya Tilak Terminus
(LTT) - Lucknow and four
Specials between Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus
(CST)- Nagpur to clear the
extra rush of passengers.
The details are as under A) Dadar - Bhusaval
Dadar
Superfast
Weekly Specials
01081 Superfast Weekly
Special will leave Dadar at
21.45 hrs every Friday
on13th & 20th Mar 2015
and arrive Bhusaval at
04.00 hrs next day. On its
return journey 01082 Superfast Weekly Special will
leave Bhusaval at 08.35 hrs
every Saturday on14th &
21st Mar 2015 and reach
Dadar at 16.20 hrs same
day.
These trains will have
17 coaches including one
AC-2 Tier, one AC-3 Tier,
seven Sleeper Class, six
General Second Class, two
General Second Class cum
Guard’s Brake Vans. Halts
en-route includes Thane,
Kalyan, Igatpuri, Nasik
Road and Chalisgaon stations.
B) Lokmanya Tilak
(T) -Lucknow -Lokmanya Tilak (T) AC Superfast Weekly Specials)
02111 AC Superfast
Weekly Special will leave
CMYK
LTT every Saturday at
14.20 hrs on 14th & 21st
Mar 2015 and arrive Lucknow at 13.35 hrs next day.
On its return journey
02112 AC Superfast
Weekly Special will leave
Lucknow at 16.20 hrs every Sunday on 15th & 22nd
Mar 2015 and reach LTT at
17.30 hrs next day. These
trains will have 17 coaches
including one First AC,
three AC-2 Tier, ten AC-3
Tier, one AC Pantry Car
and two Luggage cum Generator Vans. Halts en-route
includes Thane, Kalyan,
Nasik Road, Jalgaon,
Bhusaval, Habibganj,
Jhansi, Orai and Kanpur
stations.
C)
Chhatrapati
Shivaji Terminus Mumbai - Nagpur - Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus
Mumbai
Superfast
Weekly Specials
01013 Superfast Weekly
Special will leave CST
Mumbai in the wee hours
every Saturday at 00.20 hrs
on 14th & 21st Mar 2015
(midnight of 13/14.3.2015
& 20/21.3.2015) and arrive
Nagpur at 1500 hrs same
day. On its return journey
01014 Superfast Weekly
Special will leave Nagpur
at 21.15 hrs on the same
day i.e. 14th & 21st Mar
2015 and reach CST Mumbai at 12.15 hrs next day.
These trains will have
23 coaches including one
First AC cum AC-2 Tier, one
AC-2 Tier, two AC-3 Tier, 12
Sleeper Class, five General
Second Class and two General Second Class cum
Guard’s Brake Vans. Halts
en-route includes Dadar,
Thane (by 01013 o¬nly),
Kalyan, Igatpuri, Nasik
Road, Manmad, Jalgaon,
Bhusaval, Malkapur, Akola, Badnera, Dhamangaon,
Pulgaon and Wardha stations
Booking for Train No.
01081, 01082, 01013, 01014
and 02111 have commenced
since Saturday.
Youth strangled...
Cont. from pg. 3
ground floor is believed to
have heard his desperate
cries.
When Trupti Mhatre,
whom Sushant was in contact with, tried to contact
him on Friday morning, she
found him tragically dead
and reported the matter to
the police.
Hasya Kavi
Sammelan
at Vashi on
8 March
There will be Hasya Kavi
Sammelan on the occasion
of Holi Milan Samaroh, organized by Navi Mumbai
Press Club on Sunday 8
March at 8:30 p.m. at Vishnudas Bhave Natyagruh
Vashi.
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KR To Provide Incentive For Garbage
Disposal On Board Trains
By Ashok Dhamija
CBD
BELAPUR:
Hon’ble Minister for
Railways, Suresh
Prabhu, emphasized
‘Swachh
Rail
–
Swachh Bharat’ in his
Budget Speech. Konkan Railway (KR) has
launched a scheme to
collect the waste/garbage from Pantry Cars
of all trains plying on
KR route.
In order to encourage pantry car opera-
tors, Konkan Railway
is launching an incentive scheme, whereby
the Pantry Car Managers will be paid Rs.50
per bag of 20 Kg garbage. This step will
help Konkan Railway
to collect the waste
generated in trains.
On many occasions, it
is noticed that garbage
is thrown on track by
Pantry Car staff.
Garbage will be collected separately as
biodegradable and
non-biodegradable
waste. KR is setting
up two waste composting machines – one
each at Ratnagiri and
Madgaon. The bio-degradable waste will be
later turned into compost/manure in these
waste composting machines. The non The
non-biodegradable
waste will be compressed and disposed
off separately.
Ali Yavar Jung National Institute
for Hearing Handicapped celebrated
Women’s day in Navi Mumbai
SANPADA: The rehabilitation center for the hearing impaired on the
occasion of Women’s day have organized a Auditory and Speech therapy
camp for the deaf and mute in Millennium towers of Sahaydri Housing
Society in Sanpada on Sunday.
Ali Yavar institute has been a rehabilitation center for empowering
disabled women past 60 years, and
therefore on this Women’s day it has
planned a auditory, speech and language disorder and intervention
camp between 10 am to 5pm on Sunday. ENT specialists and Vocational
councilors Dr Arun Banik and Dr
Tryambak Dunbale and their will be
present at the camp to inspect the
patients and guide them accordingly. All are advised to make use of this
opportunity provided by the Institute.
Raise a toast to being a
woman at Sanpada
By Chandrashekhar Hendve
An expected turnout of over 60
women with interesting backgrounds
will gather on Sunday, March 8, 2015,
between 3-6 pm at Cowboys Cafe, Off
Palm Beach Road, Sanpada, to celebrate being a woman.
The idea is to network and guide
each other/support/contribute time
to help other ladies and give them a
leg up in every way possible. Also,
encourage using each other’s products and services.
The event is an opportunity to
know each other in an informal environment, and then take it forward
in ways where a real difference can
be made. Given the multitude of responsibilities that a woman shoulders, many a times they set aside
their personal ambitions to shoulder
family responsibilities, and do not
revisit it until much later. Perhaps
this forum can help them find their
mojo back, and encourage them to
take the first step towards the new
world.
Networking with other women
will help widen perspectives, help entrepreneurs find support and also inspire women when we see other women achievers.
The group this time comprises
professionals, entrepreneurs, self
employed ladies including:
Mountaineer is Priyanka Mohite,
youngest girl from Maharashtra to
climb Mt Everest. Wants to climb Mt
Lhotse this year which is the fourth
highest mountain, attempting as
first Indian girl...is looking for sponsorship for it.
Mentalist is Princess Kimaya
(daughter of world famous Illusionist Satish Deshmukh)
Sharmila Sankar - Best Debut
Director - Mumbai Women’s Int’l
Film Festival
Deepali Lokapur of Wirecraft,
Manisha Gaind, Vyshaley
Thakkar - 2nd Prize winners at Lavassa Womens Rallyas well as many
more women like, Forensic accountant at KPMG, Director of a leading
Fashion Institute, Director at a CA
firm, a film maker, author, poet, DJ,
blogger, bakers, HR, events, fitness,
doctor, neurosurgeon, image consultant, trainer, coach, jewelry designer, tarot card reader, singer, a ladies
cab service, car rally winner, youngest mentalist, mountaineer and
many more.
All are welcome to be part of the
celebrations and cheer for the spirit
of womanhood.
CMYK
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Holi Decorator dies while putting
electrical twinkling lights
By Vikram Gaikwad
PANVEL: An electrical lightening decorator in Panvel fell to
his death while
decorating a building
with twinkling lights
from an electric shock
on Thursday.
Rakesh Sashikant
Pavhale (23) was
working on decorating
project of Indraprast
Apartments near MG
road in Panvel. While
he was working on the
twinkling lights, a fuse
problem caused the
wires of the electric
lights to shock
Pavhale. He lost his
balance due to the
shock and thus fell to
the ground. The
residents immediately
took him to local
hospital, unfortunately
the doctor pronounced
him dead as soon as he
was admitted.
Burglars loot valuables amounting
to ` 4 lakh in Airoli
By Vikram Gaikwad
AIROLI: An incident
of a house owner being
burgled of valuables
worth Rs 4 lakhs was
reported in sector 20 of
Airoli on Thursday.
A group of burglars
broke in the apartment of Madhusudhan
Reddy in Krushna
Square Housing society in sector 20 of Airoli
in broad daylight on
Thursday morning.
Reddy had left for office as his routine,
when the thieves, taking advantage of the
empty house, broke in.
They pried open the
locks and took cash
and jewelry worth Rs
four lakhs and fled. As
he returned home in
evening around 5pm,
he saw the state of his
house and lodged a
complaint with Rabale
Police.
Event “Mere Sapne” to
celebrate Womenhood
By Dinesh Kamath
There will be an
event “Mere Sapne”,
an event to celebrate
Womanhood on International Women’s Day.
Women are invited
from all across Navi
Mumbai and are expecting approx 500700 Women Guests.
The event has been
designed and planned
in a way that the participating women can
enjoy the day to their
fullest. Bringing in together the most
sought after activities
and to create aware-
ness on issues like
women health, women
safety and their well
being, Mere Sapne will
cater to almost everything that makes a
women of today. This
day will be a day full
of fun & frolic, of love
and laughter of games
& gossip with lots of
activities and giveaways.
An outline of the
events are: General
Health Check-up •
Skin & Health Consultation• Blood Test •
Eye Check-up • Spa
Activities • Zumba
Reliance 1 Edge...
21 in eight balls which
included three consecutive boundaries on the
off side form mid-off to
point region in the penultimate over off Canara Bank skipper N
C Aiyappa (1/36)in the
company of Ankit to reduce the margin to 10
of six balls. Arvind latter hit a towering six
off Vyshak and completed the formality
with a single to ensure
his teams win with a
three balls to spare.
Brief Scores
(Semi Finals):
Cont. from pg. 5
Reliance 1 – 118 all out
in 19. 4 Overs (Parthiv Patel
36 (33b, 4x4s), Yogesh Nagar 26(25b, 2x6s); Krunal
Pandya 4/16, Vinit Sinha 2/
21, Iqbal Abdullah 2/29,
Pravin Tambe 1/14, Subodh
Bhatti 1/1) tied with D Y Patil ‘ A’ – 118/9 in 20 Overs
(Siddarth Chitnis 39( 31b,
4x4s, 1x6), Krunal Pandya
23 (19b, 2x4s, 1x6), Subodh
Bhatti 12* (8b, 2x4s); Pawan
Suyal 3/15, Vikas Tokas 3/
22, Pawan Negi 1/15, Yogesh Nagar 1/25).Super
Over: D Y Patil ‘ A’ – 12 for
1 lost to Reliance 1 – 15
for 1
Party • Make-over
Sessions • Cooking
Without Fire Activities
These activities are
planned in association
with Rotaract Club of
SIES (Nerul).
The Venue for the
event is ICE College of
Hotel Management,
Sec-28, Nerul (E). Opp
Ahmed Bhai Restaurant.
Day: 8 March 2015
Timings: 11 A.M to
6 P.M
For queries contact: 022-65550235 or
9004640008.
Canara Bank – 131 all
out in 19. 1 Overs (Mayank
Agarwal 65(42b, 6x4s,
3x6s), Deepak Chougule
29(25b, 4x4s); Shaurya Samandia 4/31, Ankit Sharma 2/
23, Arpit Vasavada 2/23,Imtiaz Ahmed 1/11,Jalaz Saxena 1/26) lost to Comptroller and Auditor General
(CAG) of India – 132/6 in
19.3 Overs (Ankit Lamba 36
(30b, 4x4s, 1x6) , Ankit Sharma 26*(29b, 2x4s,1x6),
Bravish Shetty 22(22b,
4x4s), Arvind Singh 21* (8b,
3x6s, 1x6); Vyshak Vijaykumar 2/31, K P Appanna 1/12,
Raajoo Bhatkal 1/15, N C
Aiyappa 1/36) by 4 wickets
and 3 balls to spare.
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Handloom and handicrafts fair
By a staff reporter
VASHI: Utkalika, Odisha State
Emporium of handlooms and Handicrafts is organizing a week long
Fair of famous Odisha Handicrafts
and Handlooms from 7 March, 2015
to 16 March, 2015 at Navi Mumbai Tamil Sangam Hall, Sector-9A,
Vashi. Attractive items of silver filigree, Dhokra, Applique items,
Hom, Stone carvings, paintings and
and 9.00 pm during the exhibition
period,” said S K Bhola, Branch
Manager, Utkalika, 1, Odisha Bhavan, Plot No 5, Sector-30A, Vashi..
Admission is free and all are cordially welcome. For further details,
the organizers may be contacted
over 022-2781 0108.
artistically painted wooden items
will be on display at the fair. On
the handloom side, silk, Tassar and
cotton sarees and bapta dress material and readymades will be on
display. The organizers are offering
20% discount on handlooms and
10% on handicrafts.
“The fair sponsored by the Directorate of Handicrafts and Cotton
Industries of Government of Odisha will be open between 11.00 am
Annual Fest NAKSHATRA-2015
at SES’s Educational Hub
By Chandrashekhar Hendve
KHARGHAR: Sarawati Education Society’s
(SES), Saraswati College of Engineering and
Re¬Vera Institute of
technology, Kharghar,
celebrated Nakshatra¬2015, the auspicious and solemn
occasion of Annual
social gathering
from 23 to 27 February 2015 at SES
Educational hub,
Kharghar.
This fest was the
amalgamation of
sports, technical
and cultural events
at a single platform
of the annual euphoric
festival to bring out the
best in the students.
The competitions like
technical paper presentations, debate, G.D,
Poster Making, Rangoli, Graffiti, fashion show,
solo dance, duet dance,
singing, robotics, Band
performance, tug of
war, indoor and outdoor
sports were organized
Prajapati Constructions felicitates
sportswomen on International Women’s Day
Left to Right :- Mrs. Sunita Prajapati , Mrs. Smita Kamble (Shooting), Ms. Rosalin Lewis (Athlete), Prof. Varsha
Bhosale (President - Sakav Trust & Secretary - BJP, Maharashtra State), Ms. Juhi Pawar (Brand Ambassador of
Maharashtra Government’s organ donation awareness programme), Rutuja Patil (Hockey), Ms. Rutuja Udeshi (Swimming), Mr. Rajesh Prajapati (MD, Prajapati Constructions Limited) & Mrs. Shradha Prajapati
By Chandrashekhar Hendve
NAVI MUMBAI: Leading developer Prajapati
Constructions has
kickstarted its 20th
year celebrations by
felicitating achievers
among sportswomen
on the eve of the ‘International Women’s
Day’.
Ms. Juhi Pawar,
who has just been appointed as brand ambassador of Maharashtra Government’s organ donation awareness programme, was
the chief guest at the
felicitation ceremony.
Juhi, who is a secondyear MBBS student at
K J Somaiya Medical
College in Mumbai,
donated her liver to
her father in 2012. She
had also participated
in the Miss India pageant in 2013.
Juhi said it is very
important for all people to donate their organs as it helps save
others’ lives. “One can
donate organs while
alive or even after
death,” she said.
Prof. Varsha Bhosale, President of
SAKAV - a social, cultural and educational
organization relentlessly working for
women, children and
youth in Navi Mumbai, also graced the
event. She is currently working as BJP Secretary for Maharashtra Region.
The sports achievers who were felicitated and their fields of
excellence are: Rutuja
CMYK
Udeshi (Swimmer),
Rutuja Patil (Hockey),
Rosalin Lewis (Athlete) and Smita Kamble (Shooting).
Speaking on the occasion, Rajesh Prajapati said, “As we celebrate 20 years of our
business and service to
the people, we thought
it right to felicitate the
sports women achievers. We plan to have
several social and community welfare activities over the next year
or so.”
and enjoyed by the students.
“The purpose of this
program was empowerment of student’s skills
.The Saraswati Education Society’s students
are very creative and
guest Mr. Dagaonkar
City Engineer ,Navi
Mumbai. He motivated
and appreciated enthusiastic students and gestured them by saying
“What a crowd and entire event was superb.”
such fest boosts the students to bring best out
the hidden talents. Our
faculties always encourage students for extra
curriculum activities so
that students have over
all personality development. Such fest brings
positivism in SES’s students,”
said
Dr.Manjusha Deshmukh, Principal of Saraswati College of Engineering.
Nakshatra¬2014
proved to be a grand success for which the credit
goes to the students who
had tirelessly worked in
organizing the festival
and even the faculty
members who assisted
them with full support.
This is perfect platform
to bring the breeze of entertainment and zeal
among the budding engineer and think beyond
the
bar
to
be
innovatie.this provides
an opportunity to learn
the different facets of creativity.
The event commenced with the lighting
the lamp by the chief
Dr.Manjusha Deshmukh, Principal, SCOE
also motivated their talents and said “SES’s students are not only good
academically but also
very talented when it
comes to extra curriculum activities.”
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