At Powai ACP's office, Constable hangs h बम्बई
A 52-year-old constable supposedly ended his life by hanging himself in the workplace of the Sakinaka division's associate magistrate of police (ACP) in Powai. As indicated by a report in the Indian Express, the incident occurred on Wednesday after the ACP Milind Khelte and different authorities had left for home, said an official.
The perished constable, distinguished as Sudhir Gurav, had told the officials that he will bolt the workplace and leave. Afterward, when ACP Khelte's driver and administrator came back to the workplace subsequent to dropping him home, they discovered Gurav's pack there. An official from Powai was cited saying that as the ACP's office is a one plus structure, the driver and administrator went upstair to establish Gurav hanging from the steel stepping stool.
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The 1.6-km long and 17-meter wide BKC-Chunabhatti connector is relied upon to be prepared for use from November 9, 2019. Drivers utilizing this 4-path flyover to arrive at the Bandra-Kurla Complex or the Eastern Express Highway will spare around 30 minutes of their movement time. The Dharavi and Kalanagar intersections will likewise confront less traffic.
Starting at now, take a shot at development of dividers, establishment of sound walls and security iron work net on rail over extension and path stamping is in progress. Likewise, erection of substantial vehicle plugs, course markers, changing spots for transport stops and important common work encouraging traffic dispersal are not many of the exercises that are in the last stage.
While Delhi stays under the grasp of residue and sparkler contamination post-Diwali, local people in Mumbai can breath simple with significant poisons PM 2.5 and PM 10 docking at 32 and 43 individually in Haji Ali region - levels which come in the 'great' classification, according to Air Quality Index (AQI) information.
The contamination levels in Delhi and Uttar Pradesh's Noida plunged to 'extremely poor' class with generally speaking air quality list remaining at 306 and 356, separately. Incredibly poor air quality in Delhi was before anticipated because of sparkler emanations, ominous climate and a noteworthy spike in stubble consuming in neighboring states.
In the wake of blocking tickets of train no 22956 Bhuj-Bandra Terminus Kutch Express, the Western Railway authorities on Monday morning captured 24 touts and held onto 317 tickets worth Rs 6.28 lakh from their ownership. The authorities likewise seized PCs so as to recover information from the assaults led by WR's exceptional groups in Operation Tatkal.
The strikes were led by WR's exceptional groups of devoted staff from RPF's Crime branch under Operation Tatkal in Mumbai, Surat, Indore, Vadodara, Ujjain, Ahmedabad, Rajkot, Ratlam, and so on. The attacks were led to control touting exercises by deceitful components in perspective on grievances against touts with respect to abuse and hindering of tatkal for a higher premium from blameless travelers because of the hole sought after and supply during the celebration season and excursions.
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Girl child murdered after rape...
A six years-old girl was murdered after rape. Police have taken the body of the girl and sent it for post-mortem and started investigation.
On Thursday, a six-year-old girl's body was found in Bhiwandi town, causing sensation in the area. The accused killed the girl after the rape and threw the dead body of the girl near the pipeline. According to the information, a six-year-old girl was raped in Bhiwandi town of Thane district and later strangled to death. A senior police officer said the body of the girl was found near a pipeline in the Kongaon area.
A person saw the baby's dead body and informed it to the police. After receiving the information, the police reached the spot and took the body and sent it for postmortem. Simultaneously started investigation of the case. However, no arrest has been made so far in this case. Victim's parents are from Nalanda district of Bihar. They shifted to Thane a few years ago.
Complainant will get Rs. 500 as reward...
Now if the roads are not fabricated within 24 hours of the complaint, then the complainant will be given a reward of Rs 500 by the BMC.
To improve the condition of roads in the city, BMC plans to give a cash prize of Rs 500 to the citizens. According to BMC's plan, if a pit is not filled within 24 hours on the complaint of citizens, then they will be given a cash prize of Rs 500. Citizens just need to take a photo of the pothole and place it in the My BMC Pothole Fix it app with location and complaint.
Citizens can only complain of pits at least one foot long and three inches deep. Since the BMC started 'My BMC Pothole Fix it App' about five months ago, it has received many complaints from citizens about the pits. .
Giving information about this plan, a BMC official said that in order to improve the condition of roads in Mumbai, BMC is planning to give a cash prize of up to 500 rupees to the complainant who gives information about potholes on the roads, if a pit will not filled by BMC personnel within 24 hours the complainant will get reward upto Rs. 500.
Fierce fire in the shop...
Fierce fire in a shop of Bhendi Bazaar. 10 motorcycles and 2 burns to ashes in fire. The fire was so severe that seven vehicles of fire brigade had to be called there.
On Friday morning, a huge fire broke out took place in a shop in Bhindi Bazaar, the most crowded area of the city. The fire spread rapidly all around. As soon as people saw fire, the building was evacuated due to which no one has been injured in the accident.
As soon as people saw the fire they informed police and fire brigade about the incident. On receipt of information, a police team and 3 vehicles of fire brigade reached the spot, later due to the increased fire, 4 carts of fire brigade reached there.
7 fire engines had to be ordered to control the fire. The reasons for the fire have not been known at the moment. It is believed that the fire started due to a short circuit. The fire spread so fast that two cars and 10 motorcycles parked near the building also got engulfed by it. Due to overcrowding, the fire department's officers had a face problem in extinguishing the fire, also fire department's vehicles had to face a lot of problems to reach on the spot.
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Private vehicles charged toll from today
Private vehicles on state highway will take toll from today after one and a half years, notification continues
After a year and a half on state highways of the state, toll started from private vehicles from 12 o'clock on Thursday night. 18 months ago, the previous BJP government made toll free private vehicles on the state highway. Currently, rates were being charged one and a half years ago, the same rates will be charged. The government issued a notification on Thursday evening to reverse the decision of the BJP government through cabinet circulation. On the other hand, any toll road related company will have to send a proposal to the PWD for raising the toll rates on the tail block.
Even after going through the departmental process, the tail operators will be able to increase the rates. On the other hand, the state government has changed the state highway rules and issued new conditions in the Rajasthan State Highways Fee Determination of Rates and Collection Amendment Rule-2019. Earlier Rule-2015 was in force. According to this, after the notification is issued on October 31, the tail operators will be entitled to recovery from private vehicles.
The state government has taken a decision only after understanding the truth. However, once the exemption is granted, the tail will be withdrawn. We will talk about this at CM level. CM will be informed about public sentiments. This decision can affect the election of the body. RLP has announced to take to the streets against the government's decision. Party convenor Hanuman Beniwal said - the government has taken anti-people decision by imposing toll. We will organize a statewide agitation.
Our government had freed private parties from the tail to give relief to the public, but the Congress government has proved again that they have only to fill their treasury. They have nothing to do with the public's pain. Gehlot government, which talks about debt waiver, will now increase their pain by collecting the tail from the poor and the farmers. The departmental minister Sachin Pilot will take over the toll free system on private vehicles only after understanding some approaches. However, we all stand with this decision of Sachin Pilot. They have done something right.
High court lifts ban on teachers
High court lifts ban on appointment of social science second grade teachers
The High Court on Thursday cleared the way for recruitment of Second Class Teachers of Social Science subject: by removing the ban on the appointment of 1878 posts in 2018. Justice SP Sharma gave this order while hearing the application form of RPSC. After the removal of the ban on the appointment of the court, now the appointment process for about nine thousand posts, including social science subjects, will be able to proceed.
It is noteworthy that the High Court had, by an interim order of 13 September 2019, on the petition of Ganesh Kumawat, prohibited the appointment of second class teachers of social science subject. But the RPSC had stopped the recruitment process for about nine thousand posts of all subjects. RPSC advocate MF Baig said in the application filed to lift the ban on appointment in the court that the recruitment process has been changed in their full bench meeting.
In the past, the results were released and many ineligible people were selected in it, which was only known at the time of their document verification. For this reason the result had to be revised again and again. But now in the new process, before the results are verified, the documents of the candidates are verified and only after that the result of the recruitment will be released. There will be no need to revise the results repeatedly with this new process and the recruitment process can also be completed on time. The court cleared the appointment of RPSC and lifted the ban on the appointment.
It is worth noting that Ganesh Kumawat had filed a petition in the High Court saying that the RPSC has released the list of directly selected candidates without releasing the result and cut-off. While it is wrong to call the candidates for document verification without releasing the exam results and stating the final cut off. Therefore, the notification calling for selected candidates should be canceled. The court, while hearing the petition, had by September 13 interim order stayed the appointment to the posts of second class teacher of social science subject. On the other hand, this decision of the High Court will provide relief to thousands of candidates. Now it is expected that soon Rajasthan Public Service Commission will give appointment soon. On the other hand, the hope of getting relief from the recruitments of other departments stuck in the court is also tied.
Chain snatchers caught by police
The police arrested snatchers on Thursday, including three gangsters.
The police arrested snatchers on Thursday, including three gangsters, including the leader of the chain snatching Group, who caused uneasiness for women in Jaipur. Gangster Vishnu Saini Shastrinagar, accused Mangal Sharma Didwana Hall Tiba Kishan Bagh Bhatta Basti and accused Rajkumar Lakhera Jaisinghpura Shekhawatan Harmada Hall Rampura Dabri. Seven chains were recovered after interrogation of the three snatchers.
In the initial questioning, the snatchers confessed to 14 incidents of chain snatching. Investigations surfaced that snatchers used to commit chain snatching on Tuesday itself. For this, they fasted on Tuesday. After this, the crime was carried out. The police presented the arrested snatchers. Whence the three were sent to the police custody for questioning. Snatcher Vishnu and Rajkumar have been arrested in the past for buying chain snatching and cheery items.
You must have heard about Systematic Investment Plan i e SIP, but Systematic Crime Plan was going on here. Additional SP Bajrang Singh said that during interrogation, snatcher Mangal and Rajkumar used to approach Vishnu Saini after the incident of snatching. Then they would give the chain to the Vishnu. After this, Vishnu used to give 40 per cent of both the snatchers out of the amount received by selling the chain. The investigation revealed that if snatchers had ever come under police arrest in any case, Vishnu would help him in other matters including getting his bail. So they used to do chain snatching at the behest of Vishnu.
DCP West Kavendra Sagar said that the technical branch constable Mukesh Kumar supervised a chain snatching gang members of the gang. Mangal Sharma was caught on suspicion late on Wednesday night. During interrogation, snatchers confessed to chain snatching with his fellow prince and selling him to the master Vishnu Saini. Snatchers used motorcycle in the crime. Police have seized the motorcycle. Vehicle thief Akhilesh used to provide bikes. He is already in jail.
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Sindh Chief Justice, Environment and Coastal Development Adviser Barrister Murtaza Wahab ordered the Sindh Environmental and Protection Agency (SEPA) to speed up action against non-biodegradable plastic bag manufacturers and sellers.
During a meeting on Thursday, he issued the directive.
Attempting to address the meeting, Wahab said action against those involved in the manufacture and sale of banned plastic bags needs to be taken more timely and effective. He added that non-biodegradable bags cause environmental contamination, and the public has welcomed the ban on the use of such bags, which has been enforced since October 1.
Wahab ordered officials from the SEPA to take stern action against those who breach the prohibition. To all this, the authorities complained about the lack of police cooperation in the factory operation that violates environmental laws. Wahab called the Karachi Police Chief to answer their concerns and instructed him to cooperate with officials of SEPA.
HOUSTON, Texas — Speeding drivers have smashed into 9 police-stated cars around Houston. Police believed that three suspects are in custody after hitting at least eight vehicles in a chase that crossed every major Houston freeway and reached speeds of up to 115 mphAt the I-10 East eastbound near the Holland Avenue / John Ralston Road, a Houston police officer was involved in one of those collisions, but had only minor injuries.
Police stated that on Thursday night, after one of those accidents, a mother and her three children were taken to the hospital. Officials reported on Friday morning that the injuries sustained by the woman and her children are not life-threatening.
The office of the Harris County Precinct 1 Constable said the chase started as a routine traffic stop near at the W. TC Jester, Mt. Houston on the Thursday night. According to deputies, three suspects in a vehicle took off, leading them to a chase that lasted almost two hours.
Researchers believe the perpetrators are throwing money from their getaway vehicle's windows throughout the chase. The three of the suspects crashed their vehicle on the East Freeway around 9:30 p.m. The perpetrators started on foot, but were apprehended shortly afterwards.
Witness Inspector Mohsin Zaidi's claim was documented by an anti-terrorism court (ATC) during Thursday's hearing of Allama Abbas Kumaili's brother, Akbar Kumaili's murder trial. During the hearing, cross-questioning of Zaidi's comments was also done.
The defendant, Nasir Qadir alias Nasir Dhobi, who is a member of an outlawed gang, was brought to the court at the Central Jail in Karachi, where the hearing took place.
Zaidi said that empty bullet shells, retrieved from the crime scene, match the weapons recovered from the hands of the accused, adding that this finding is also corroborated by the forensic report.
He said in Bhingoria Goth, Qadir shot and killed Akbar and was identified by two witnesses. At the trial, Qadir's counsel concluded cross-questioning of Zaidi's statement, while Qadir's response will be reported at the next hearing, planned for November 11.