Wall collapse: Raj govt orders inquiry,case against hall owner

  • Wall collapse: Raj govt orders inquiry,case against hall owner

    Jaipur, May 11 (PTI) The Rajasthan government today ordered an inquiry into the collapse of a wall of a marriage hall in Bharatpur district that left 24 people dead while the police registered a case against the hall owner who is absconding.

    The incident occurred yesterday on Sewar road in BhJaipur, le 11 mai (PTI) Le gouvernement du Rajasthan a ordonné aujourd’hui une enquête sur l’effondrement d’un mur d’une salle de mariage dans le district de Bharatpur qui a laissé 24 personnes mort alors que la police a enregistré une affaire contre le propriétaire de la salle qui se dérobe.Jaipur, May 11 (PTI) The Rajasthan government today ordered an inquiry into the collapse of a wall of a marriage hall in Bharatpur district that left 24 people dead while the police registered a case against the hall owner who is absconding.

    The incident occurred yesterday on Sewar road in BhJaipur, le 11 mai (PTI) Le gouvernement du Rajasthan a ordonné aujourd’hui une enquête sur l’effondrement d’un mur d’une salle de mariage dans le district de Bharatpur qui a laissé 24 personnes mort alors que la police a enregistré une affaire contre le propriétaire de la salle qui se dérobe.
    El gobierno de Rajasthan ordenó hoy una investigación sobre el colapso de un muro de una sala de matrimonios en el distrito de Bharatpur que dejó 24 muertos mientras que la policía registró un caso contra el dueño de la sala que se está fugando.

    El incidente ocurrió ayer en la carretera de Sewar en Bhajipur, le 11 mai (PTI) El gobierno de Rajasthan ordenó hoy una encuesta sobre el desmonte de un cuarto de una sala de matrimonio en el distrito de Bharatpur qui a laissé 24 Personas que la policía registró un caso contra el propietario de la sala que se derobe.

    L’incident a eu place hier sur la route de Sewar à Bharatpur, donde un mur de près de 12 pieds s’est effondré suite à une tempête accompagnée de pluies. Un mariage a eu lieu. Cuando el mensaje está en el tren de piéger les invités.

    La casa de boda funcionan sin la autorización de la Sociedad municipal de Bharatpur.
    Aratpur donde una pared de casi 12 pies de altura se derrumbó después de una tormenta acompañada de lluvias. Una boda estaba sucediendo cuando la pared cayó atrapando a los invitados.

    La casa matrimonial estaba operando sin permiso de la Corporación Municipal de Bharatpur
    L’incident a eu lieu hier sur la route de Sewar à Bharatpur, où un mur de près de 12 pieds s’est effondré suite à une tempête accompagnée de pluies. Un mariage a eu lieu lorsque le mur est descendu en train de piéger les invités.

    La maison de mariage fonctionnait sans la permission de la Société municipale de Bharatpur.
    aratpur where a nearly 12-feet high wall collapsed following a storm accompanied by rains. A wedding was going on when the wall came down trapping guests.

    The marriage home was operating without permission from the Bharatpur Municipal Corporation.
    El gobierno de Rajasthan ordenó hoy una investigación sobre el colapso de un muro de una sala de matrimonios en el distrito de Bharatpur que dejó 24 muertos mientras que la policía registró un caso contra el dueño de la sala que se está fugando.

    El incidente ocurrió ayer en la carretera de Sewar en Bhajipur, le 11 mai (PTI) El gobierno de Rajasthan ordenó hoy una encuesta sobre el desmonte de un cuarto de una sala de matrimonio en el distrito de Bharatpur qui a laissé 24 Personas que la policía registró un caso contra el propietario de la sala que se derobe.

    L’incident a eu place hier sur la route de Sewar à Bharatpur, donde un mur de près de 12 pieds s’est effondré suite à une tempête accompagnée de pluies. Un mariage a eu lieu. Cuando el mensaje está en el tren de piéger les invités.

    La casa de boda funcionan sin la autorización de la Sociedad municipal de Bharatpur.
    Aratpur donde una pared de casi 12 pies de altura se derrumbó después de una tormenta acompañada de lluvias. Una boda estaba sucediendo cuando la pared cayó atrapando a los invitados.

    La casa matrimonial estaba operando sin permiso de la Corporación Municipal de Bharatpur
    L’incident a eu lieu hier sur la route de Sewar à Bharatpur, où un mur de près de 12 pieds s’est effondré suite à une tempête accompagnée de pluies. Un mariage a eu lieu lorsque le mur est descendu en train de piéger les invités.

    La maison de mariage fonctionnait sans la permission de la Société municipale de Bharatpur.
    aratpur where a nearly 12-feet high wall collapsed following a storm accompanied by rains. A wedding was going on when the wall came down trapping guests.

    The marriage home was operating without permission from the Bharatpur Municipal Corporation.

AAP takes the EVM protest to Election Commission

AAP takes the EVM protest to Election Commission

Crowds throng the poll body’s office, carrying placards and shouting slogans demanding VVPAT-equipped electronic voting machines be used in all future elections .. A crowd crowds in the office of the sounding body, with banners and shouting slogans demanding electronic voting machine equipped VVPAT to be used in all future elections ..
Crowds swarming the survey body office with banners and shouting slogans demanding electronic voting machines with VVPAT will be used in all future elections.

Hundreds of supporters of the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) staged a protest outside the office of the Electoral Commission of India, requiring VVPAT-equipped electronic voting machines (EVMs) to use in all future elections.

The crowds began to arrive with signs and shouting slogans such as “Voto Chori Karo [Stops to steal votes]” and “kok Loktantra kya kya band [Stops murder of democracy].”
Hundreds of Aam Party Aadmi (AAP) supporters held a protest in front of the Indian Electoral Commission Office, demanding equipped VVPAT electronic voting machine (EVM) to be used in all future elections.

Crowds began to arrive with banners and shouting slogans like “Voto Chori Karo [Stops to steal votes]” and “Kok Loktantra kya Kya band [Stop the murder of democracy].”
Les foules qui grouillent le bureau du corps du sondage, des enfants et des slogans criants requant des machines de vote électroniUna crowd crowds in the office of the probing body, with banners and shouting slogans demanding electronic voting machine equipped VVPAT to be used in All future elections
Crowds swarming the survey body office with banners and shouting slogans demanding electronic voting machines with VVPAT will be used in all future elections.

Hundreds of supporters of the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) staged a protest outside the office of the Electoral Commission of India, requiring that electronic voting machines (EVMs) equipped with VVPAT can use in all future elections.

The crowds began to arrive with signs and shouting slogans such as “Voto Chori Karo [Stops to steal votes]” and “kok Loktantra kya kya band [Stops murder of democracy].”
Hundreds of Aam Party Aadmi (AAP) supporters held a protest in front of the Indian Electoral Commission Office, demanding equipped VVPAT electronic voting machine (EVM) to be used in all future elections.

Crowds began to arrive with banners and shouting slogans such as “Voto Chori Karo [Stops to steal votes]” and “Karo Loktantra hatya Karo band [Stop the murder of democracy].” That VVPAT teams will be useful in the future élections .

(AAP) on behalf of the Commission of the European Economic and Social Committee (EEA), on behalf of the European Parliament and of the Council of the European Communities, on behalf of the European Parliament and of the Council of the European Communities.

Les foules ont commencé à arriver avec des pancartes et des slogans criants tels which «Vote chori band karo [Arrêtez de voler des votre]» et «Loktantra ki hatya band karo [Arrêtez le meurtre de la démocratie]».
Hundreds of Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) supporters staged a protest outside the Election Commission of India office, demanding VVPAT-equipped electronic voting machines (EVMs) to be used in all future elections.

Crowds started arriving with placards and shouting slogans such as “Vote chori band karo [Stop stealing votes]” and “Loktantra ki hatya band karo [Stop the murder of democracy]”.

Bagging praise from the CM

Bagging praise from the CM

Bagging praise from the CM

According to sources, it was an enthusiastic enthusiast, CM Devendra Fadnavis, who inaugurated and gave the direction of the opening last week at the launch of ISME ACE Radha Kapoor, an incubator to support business creation in the financial world and technological.

“He spent more than an hour and a half in all the plants situated in the middle of the six-square-foot lakh campus in Lower Parel, and met with students, teachers and young entrepreneurs, saying it was so good that every establishment he had seen in Anywhere in the world, “the source said, adding that” Yes Bank President Rana Kapoor, Radha’s father, was also praised for investing his earned money in education and innovation instead of expansion efforts. ”

As if that was not enough praise for a month to the newly married and full-time businesswoman, Radha, later this month, who will join Sophie Delafontaine, artistic director of a label in the stock market, Of his flagship in Mumbai, part of his portfolio.
“I think you were sarcastic when twee to this,” was our open gambition to the good life and a master of minutes Suhel Seth.

As expected, he knew exactly what we were talking about: “I have abandoned people’s sense of humor or understanding of sarcasm,” shouted the Delhi expert. “Frankly, my dear, I do not care what they say,” he said.
Seth refers to the responses to his tweet: “Are there any interesting events planned for this week? Have foreign guests and could appreciate the” who shot blood among their Facebook friends (“sick, sick, sick” “Can rot In hell “and” Shame, shame, “were just a few), but curiously, as noted, had found grace on Twitter (mental note: this is the loons hangs) with a lot of tweeple does the praise Of marketing everywhere for its spirit and buffoonery.
Spontaneous response of the citizens to the barbarism of the human lynch mob and would it be the subject of humor – whatever the night? Seth did not say. But both had to laugh.

 

‘You told us? Are Lynches scheduled for this week? Someone had asked in return.
Slowly, since the career of a large international approaches fillum price, the tension in the faces of the organizers becomes more palpable.

“It’s a nightmare,” said a lady, an intermediate party in the event management company that owns the folder hosting the occasion on foreign beaches.

GOVERNOR SETS JULY 31AS LAST DATE FOR RESULT DECLARATION

GOVERNOR SETS JULY 31AS LAST DATE FOR RESULT DECLARATION

GOVERNOR SETS JULY 31AS LAST DATE FOR RESULT DECLARATION

Maharashtra Governor C Vidyasagar Rao directs Vice Chancellor Sanjay Deshmukh to declare the results of the undergraduate and graduate exams of the University of Mumbai, no later than July 31.

Recognizing the gap between the end of the final exams and the presentation of results, the governor – also Chancellor of the university – Tuesday chaired a meeting at his residence in Raj Bhavan with senior executives.

Rao asked the VC to concentrate all available human resources to meet the deadline and also to send to the state government and the office daily progress reports from the governor of the real-time income statement.

According to article 89 of the Maharashtra Public Universities Law, the University must report its findings within 30 days, but not later than 45 days after an examination.

The exams, which began in March and were completed in May. A student at Dahanukar University, Vile Parle, who gave his third year accounting and financial matriculation exams, said: “My opinion began in the third week of April and ended on April 26 and the result of my Is still nowhere in the mind. ”

The governor noted that of the 477 tests conducted by the university, only 51 test results were reported. Of the 51, only 23 outcomes were reported in the 30 days, while the results of 18 were reported within 45 days. The others still have to leave.

“Noting the reports from various sources about the excessive delay in reporting the results, the governor said that delay in reporting the results could hinder the students’ career,” read the press release Raj Bhavan.

The head of the secretary of higher education and technical Sitaram Kunte has been invited to organize a government to review progress in real time and inform the State and Chancellor.

University Registrar MA Khan said: “We have rectified many technical shortcomings” He said that in addition to increasing the number of reviewers from 2 200-10 000, the university team also plans to create micro evaluation centers at several universities.

Mumbai choked: Poor traffic management turns Bandra’s Hill road into hell road

Mumbai choked: Poor traffic management turns Bandra’s Hill road into hell road

Mumbai choked: Poor traffic management turns Bandra’s Hill road into hell road

Clothes, food and fashion – Hill Road is the street trying to Bandra. Where is that?

Hundreds of buyers and cars and autorickshaws presented to them, all included in a narrow road that does not even have a concrete divider.

Like many areas in Mumbai, this is another story of a space too small, too crowded and crumbling infrastructure.

Let’s start with the road itself. The two lanes of the lucky union of St Andrews Church have concrete roads on one side of the other sidewalk.

While full reach is not a place to slow down traffic, two areas – outside the Marks and Spencer store and near St. Andrews Church – are constantly blocked.

Then, the parking problem. While the full section is in a non-parking area, motorists follow cars parked outside the restaurant and shops – or worse, stop in the middle of the road for buyers to light up.

This reporter saw a transit agent taking pictures of cars parked illegally with his challan mail system. When they see the police, drivers run to their cars and move before the police could take a photo. “That’s all that’s needed and that’s all I need,” said HT’s manager.

Hill Road is little space for pedestrians. Since the tracks are occupied by peddlers, pedestrians who walk down the road, quiet way, then do the windows. They overcame most of the road, reducing traffic on the stretch. There is a pedestrian crossing, but it is not clear.

But the worst of the problems identified was a huge gap in the concrete divider in this section (see photo).

During the last week of June, the traffic division has closed the gap with yellow plastic barricades. While this hindered vehicles return bad places, they did not stop bicyclists, pedestrians and street vendors to move sections of barricades to cross the street.

Mumbai: Two men arrested with 200 star tortoises

Mumbai: Two men arrested with 200 star tortoises

Mumbai: Two men arrested with 200 star tortoises

The reversal of intelligence not only helped on Monday a pair of father and son of Karnataka, but also rescued 200 star turtles.

The duo had filled the turtles in a shoulder bag and took them to Mumbai, with the intention of selling the illegal pet trade.

According to Mr. Maranko, regional deputy director of the Office of Wildlife Crime Control (WCCB), Western Regional Office, close monitoring was carried out on the network of men who sell star turtles and other turtles have A great demand in the market.

On Monday, they acted when they had specific information about two people.

“Our team with Thane Forest’s anti-poaching unit has arrived at Kalyan Station and immediately saw Vijay (27) and Sagiram (40) in the parking lot, who captured them.

After a search, we found two bags full of starry turtles in the shoulder bag, “he said, adding that the two men were arrested and were produced before the court of first class judicial magistrates, Kalyan. Had custody for three days.

Maranko reported that the two men were from the town of Balegowdanahalle Karnataka.

“Previously, we left some men of the village and during interrogation, we had information that several men of the village go to the forest and collect stars and turtles, once the number is important, packed and sent to various cities, including Mumbai, Chennai, Bangalore and other places. ”

Starry turtles are a protected species under the Privacy Act 1972 and wildlife are one of the most popular and most popular turtles sold in Mumbai pet illegal markets because people consider lucky and stalking good fortune, According to the myths and principles of Feng Shui.

Of the women, for the women: RPF’s Mahila Vahini for Mumbai locals

Of the women, for the women: RPF’s Mahila Vahini for Mumbai locals

Of the women, for the women: RPF’s Mahila Vahini for Mumbai locals

With 90 Force Force Train Protection Force (FPR), Mahila Vahini, founded in August 2015, guarantees the safety of women traveling on the Western Railway (WR).

Patroling in women’s commuter trains and maintaining law and order are part of their functions. In their eight-hour day shift, agents give the highest priority to those who are faced with women’s complaints.

For the convenience of travelers, Mahila Vahini took the initiative to initiate the Sakhi FPR – through which connects with the women’s benifits through groups of WhatsApp.
“The FPR Sakhi was launched in February 2016. The FPR officers boarded the train and talked about the new initiative. It did not take long for passengers to respond positively,” said Gayatri Patel, 35 inspector and head Scored by Mahila Vahini.

“We are seeing a lot of problems on a regular basis, ranging from small problems like lost personal property, seats, locking doors cures, frivolous arguments and fights between passengers to the most serious people, such as ambulances, beggars and cases Sporadic “Pin” stone, Patel said.
“I travel every day to work at Navi Mumbai on Marine Lines on Dadar’s link train. Sometimes it’s very crowded and that’s when people are frustrated and struggling in the seats.

In one case, it is very ugly and women began to abuse and fight, “said Third Year Commissioner Deepika Ganghawane.
She said there should be more trains to accommodate the growing number of female passengers.

“The team is critical to ensuring the safety of women’s passengers on the line. They are the backbone of women’s safety on the railways,” said Ravinder Bhaker, public relations manager, Western Railway.

However, staff prices remain a concern. “We currently have 90 female PRF agents, but we need at least 110 more,” Patel said, adding stations such as Grant Road, Central Mumbai, Baja Parel and Mahalaxmi do not have permanent FPR staff and two officers were temporarily responsible for overseeing the work of these seasons.

More staff could also be deployed at rail stations such as Andheri and Dadar. “The shortage of personnel means a greater workload on existing recruits, lack of adequate rest and adequate vacation,” he added.

Mumbai's Elphinstone Road station renamed as Prabhadevi

Mumbai’s Elphinstone Road station renamed as Prabhadevi

Mumbai’s Elphinstone Road station renamed as Prabhadevi

Mumbai: Some days the Central Railway (CR) renamed Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus as Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus Maharaj, the West Railway (WR) renamed the Elphinstone Road station as Prabhadevi.

The WR has issued a notification to this effect in Mumbai on Wednesday. The station, named after Lord Elphinstone, presided over by the governor of Bombay from 1853 to 1860, has changed its name in honor of a local deity.

“The notification regarding the name change of the station has been issued, and that steps are taken to make the necessary changes, including updating our system,” said public relations chief WR Ravinder Bhakar.

“It will take almost a week to complete all the paperwork to change the name,” he added. The WR said the PBHD’s initial code the ski resort would be seraient.

It was Shiv Sena who had first been renamed some suburban stations in Mumbai, claiming they wore “colonial” names.

In December last year, the Maharashtra legislature had passed a bill to rename the Elphinstone Road station, Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus (CST) and Mumbai airport.

In welcoming the name change of the station, Shiv Sena member Arvind Sawant told PTI: “It is good that we accept our demands. But we always address this issue (renaming more stations) with the Government of State and the Ministry of Railways. ”

“I asked that several suburban stations be renamed as a sign of respect for local luminaries. I asked Currey station road is called Lalbaugh, road Sandhurst station as Dongri, Reay road as Ghodapdeo, green cotton as Kalachowki, central Mumbai as Nana Chowk, Grant Road as Gaondevi, etc. I am convinced that our requests are for a wider audience, “said Sawant.

The Sena lawsuit had received the support of all state parties. The Maharashtra Assembly unanimously adopted a resolution in that regard last year.

The government led by the BJP sought the insertion of the word “Maharaj” in the Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus and Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport.

In May of this year, the Center approved the recommendations of the State Government.

Last week, Mumbai’s main station Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus was renamed with the addition of a “Maharaj” honorary post “Shivaji” in its former name.

The reference point was British which was Victoria Terminus, before being named so by the warrior king Maratha a couple of decades ago, which is now known as the “Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus, Bombay”.

Mumbai: Sion woman who ran away on wedding day will cost family Rs 2 lakh

Mumbai: Sion woman who ran away on wedding day will cost family Rs 2 lakh

Mumbai: Sion woman who ran away on wedding day will cost family Rs 2 lakh

After more than a decade of research on his perfect wife, Shrikant Kamble, 36, was finally found at a function in his hometown of Athni. So they were happy with the game they put into their savings for the perfect wedding.

Little is known, however, that after months of preparation, it would pull a Julia Roberts and be the runaway bride. Now a complaint has been filed against his Kalachowky police station, demanding compensation of Rs 2 lakh from the family.

Shrikant, a resident of Shapoorji Pallonji’s compound in Parel, works at a law firm at Churchgate as the office manager.

In March, when she visited her maternal uncle, she suggested a girl named Pooja Bhandare Sion, who by the way at that time, was also Athni to attend a function and a meeting was set up.

In goods “model mangni discussion, Byah type” as soon as both gave their consent, a compromise was held March 27 with the wedding planned for the
The day of the wedding arrives.

“I was very happy because this is finally happening.Even my family was frustrated that I had failed to get married at the right age.For the wedding, we bought clothes worth Rs 35,000, printed wedding cards and reserved the auditorium Bhawsar In Parel .

Pandal to the DJ even wristbands for Pooja, who took care of everything. Also, across the court, I asked her several times if she really loved me, and she always said she did, “recalls Shrikant a corrupt soul.

“Therefore, even when the Haldi ceremony of July 2 of my family left and there were no celebrations. But the next morning, the uncle called Pooja 09:30, five hours before the wedding, I know he had disappeared and They had searched for him but could not locate him.

I was broken and I did not know what to do. His parents filed a missing person complaint at the Sion police station and I had to cancel everything, “says Shrikant.

At night he went to Kalachowky police station and recorded a case of fraud and abuse of trust against Bhandari.

“We have registered a case against Pooja, in sections 417 (punishment for cheating), 420 (the deception and dishonest inducement of goods) of the IPC. We are going to record the statements of all related parties and examine the Theme, “said Dilip Ugle, chief inspector, Kalachowky police station.

On the other hand, Bhandari returned Tuesday morning and told officers of the Sion police station that he would not marry Kamble and had an affair.

Speaking in the middle of the day, Bhandari’s grandmother, Sushila Honmare, said: “I am terribly upset with my granddaughter, whom I brought when her parents died.” If she did not love him, she would have told me.

It’s a shame for the whole family. We spent almost a lakh in marriage, now where to return the money? “

Why Mumbai, India’s most productive city, is losing the battle against child malnutrition

Why Mumbai, India’s most productive city, is losing the battle against child malnutrition

Why Mumbai, India’s most productive city, is losing the battle against child malnutrition

The Colaba Mumbai is famous for its Art Deco-style buildings, the India Gate, pubs and buches restaurants and nice walk to Marine Drive. It houses the state assembly, Vidhan Bhavan and the Secretary of State, Mantralaya.

Praja also found that malnutrition has quadrupled in municipal school children in Mumbai, 8% in 2013-14 to 34% in 2015-16, although much of the budget for the meal program was not used at noon .

How can such a serious situation be found in the city that generates more money than any other in India, ranked 17th among the 20 richest cities in the world? In this two-part series, IndiaSpend tries to answer this question. This story takes a deep immersion in the data and also visit some of the poorest areas of Mumbai to explore the magnitude of the problem.

The next part will examine the difficulties of the urban poor, focusing on how children in particular suffer, and exploring the interventions that can help.

Skyscrapers and poor neighborhoods

Slums are not easily detected in Colaba, where property prices increased to Rs 1,00,000 per square foot. However, towards the sharp edge of the city on the island, bordering the area of ​​the Nagar Armada’s defense forces, Geeta Nagar is located. Among the houses in poor condition, you can see the sea and the high tide brings the sea water in the houses of people.

The Geeta Nagar colony came in the 1960s, when workers at Tata’s basic research institute settled here. With a population of 6000 today, it is not so populated and resource-poor than other areas of informal slums in Mumbai.
“Most of the community here is the migrants from Maharashtra and Uttar Pradesh. Most mothers work as domestic help in nearby houses and parents work as drivers or security personnel.” Velankani Joseph, a social worker who lives here and works for the fourth Convent of Jesus and Mother, a school, told India.

“Because mothers can not prepare a meal [at home] in a day, the children here eat cookies, chips and snacks between meals.”

49% of children and 59% of girls were malnourished in Colaba Ward, where Geeta Nagar is located in 2015-16, the praja report cited above. The total number of malnourished children increased from 244 in 2014-15 to 2,768 in 2015-16, according to the report.

Malnutrition in government-run schools has increased four-fold

The Civic Corps of the Mumbai Municipal Corporation Brihanmumbai (BMC), conducts an annual health assessment of all children studying in schools.

Praja access data from legal deposits to information and conclusion from analyzing data that younger children were more likely to be malnourished: 73% of undernourished children in 2015-16 studied between classes I to V.