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CMYK
Vol. 10 • Issue 27
RNI No. MAHENG/2007/21778|Postal Regn. No. NMB/154/2014-16/Vashi MDG Post Office
Navi Mumbai, Wednesday 1 June, 2016
All payments through
e-transfer
By Vijay Bhor/
Chandrashekhar Hendve
CBD-BELAPUR: Navi
Mumbai Municipal
Corporation took yet
another step towards
complete transparency
through e-governance
by announcing that in
future, all payments
to suppliers and contractors will be made
by direct transfer to
the beneficiary’s bank
account. The scheme
titled ‘host to host’ was
inaugurated by Municipal Commissioner
Takaram Mundhe on
Tuesday.
“The system will do
away with the need for
the contractors and
suppliers to make
NMMC takes yet another
step towards transparency
in its working
rounds of civic offices
thereby saving money
and time for them,”
said Mundhe after inaugurating
the
scheme. “It will take
us closer to the ideal of
a ‘paperless and transparent administration,” he added. The
scheme will be implemented with the help
of Axis bank.
“The host to host
system is more advanced than the RTGS
presently in use in the
banks,” said Chief Accounts and Finance
Officer, Dhanraj Garad.
Pages 8 | Price ` 1
Various events organized
to mark Ramsheth
Thakur’s 65th Birthday
By Vijaykumar Kamble
PANVEL: Former MP
Ramsheth Thakur ’s
65 th birthday will be
celebrated by organizing social, spiritual,
sports and other activities. This was told during the press conference
held at Market Yard on
Tuesday.
Ramsheth Thakur
Samajik Vikas Mandal
and Singers and Musicians Committee of
Raigad, Thane, Ratnagiri and Sindhudurg,
will organize on Thursday 2 June to Friday 10
June, World record
breaking event of
Bhajan Mahotsav and
Samelan 2016 at Panvel. The bhajan singers
from Mumbai, Raigad,
Thane, Ratnagiri,
Sindhudurg and other
districts will participate in a big way in this
event. This event will
reflect the Indian culture. In all, 276 Bhajan
Mumbai and Navi
Mumbai from Vidarbha,
Marathwada,
Khandesh, Western
Maharashtra and Konkan for official work. “I
plan to have space allotted to Mahila Mandal’s (Bachat Gats)
where a permanent
market for their home
products can be established within the com-
plex,” she added.
She was accompanied by Executive Engineer of CIDCO Chandrakant Samdasani,
BJP workers, Dr
Rajesh Patil, Gopalrao
Gaikwad, Shriram
Ghate, Santosh Palaskar, Damodaran
Pillai, Pramila Khadse
and others.
Mandals will participate.
On Saturday 4 June
there will be a grand
one-day Kabaddi tournament at CKT College
Ground at Khanda Colony in which national
Cont. on pg. 3
Construction of Maharashtra Bhavan
will be taken up soon: Manda Mhatre
By Chandrashekhar Hendve
VASHI: “The plot reserved by CIDCO for
the construction of Maharashtra Bhavan in
Sector-30A, has been
lying unused for many
years. I hope to persuade the Chief Minister to take up the construction of the Bhavan soon,” said Belapur
MLA Manda Mhatre
here on Tuesday. She
was speaking to people
after visiting the 8,000
sq meter plot reserved
for Maharashtra Bhavan near the railway
station in Vashi.
The idea is to estab-
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Special Cleanliness drive
By Chandrashekhar Hendve
RABALE: As a part of the ongoing
national cleanliness drive, NMMC
conducted a cleanliness campaign in
and around Rabale MIDC police station on 30 May, 2016. The campaign
was led by S PI Katkar, Sr PI Balasaheb Tupe, PI Gawde, Ward Offic-
er Dr Ajay Gadade, deputy chief
cleanliness officer Satish Sanadi,
cleanliness officer Sanjeev Shekade
and others.
Earlier, the Urban Health Centers at Koperkhairane and Bonkode
were similarly cleaned, swabbed and
detoxified on 28 May, 2016.
Election to Maha Legislative Council
By Chandrashekhar Hendve
VASHI: The election
to the Maharashtra
Legislative Council
from the Local bodies’
constituencies of
Thane district will be
held on 3 June, 2016.
The election authorities have set up 13
centers for the 1,060
voters.
Among the municipal bodies in the
district, Navi Mumbai
Municipal Corporation
has 116 votes. The
number of votes is
decided on the basis of
the population of the
city it rules.
ACB catches constable red
handed accepting bribe
By Vikram Gaikwad
KOPERKHAIRANE:
Police Naik Devidas
Bhavji Kharate (52)
has been caught red
handed accepting a
bribe of Rs. 3000 on
Monday.
The accused was
attached to Koperkhairane police
station where a
case had been registered against the
complainant’s son. In
order to make the case
weak, Kharate
reportedly demanded a
sum of Rs 5,000.
Various events...
Kabaddi players will
also participate. Four
grounds have been prepared for this tournament. There will be digital scoreboards on all
these four grounds. The
inauguration of this
tournament will be in
the evening at 4.30 pm.
The winner of the tournament will get Rs
44000 and attractive
trophy, runner up will
Cont. from pg. 1
get Rs 33000 and attractive trophy, the
third and fourth team
will get Rs 11000 each
and attractive trophies.
The best player will get
Rs 5000 while there
will be prizes for winners in other categories
of the game.
From 12 to 13 June
there will be Table Tennis Tournament held at
Ramsheth Thakur In-
Resentful of the
demand, the
complainant went
to Anti Corruption
Bureau and lodged
a complaint, The
ACB laid a trap and
caught Kharate red
handed when he
accepted Rs 3,000
from the complainant. Kharate is
facing charges under
the anti-corruption
act.
ternational Sports Complex. The name of the
tournament will be
Ramsheth Thakur Gold
Trophy. This tournament will be for under
10, 12, 14, 17 and 21
years boys, girls, women and men. The prize
money for this tournament is Rs 88,700.
There are other social events organized at
Panvel, New Panvel,
Khanda Colony and
Uran.
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Cleaner caught slyly taking video
films of women in toilet
By Vikram Gaikwad
NAVI MUMBAI: A
cleaner working in a
company at Taloja
MIDC would hide the
mobile camera in the
ladies toilet and take
the video films of women and young girls who
would go to that particular toilet. Ganesh Patil (25) is the name of
the cleaner and the
Taloja police has registered a criminal case
under IT Act and arrested him.
The accused Ganesh
Patil is the resident of
Majkur village at Taloja. He works as cleaner in the company at
Taloja MIDC. He also
had to clean the toilet
of the company. He
could enter ladies toilet
too. He would take un-
due advantage of this
power. On 17 May, at
1.30 pm, he, with the
intention of capturing
pictures of women and
young girls visiting the
toilet, hid his mobile
camera under the basin. But one young
woman happened to notice the mobile camera
kept under the basin.
She showed this to her
friend and they took the
mobile phone in their
possession. When the
girl checked the mobile
she came to know that
the phone belonged to
the cleaner Ganesh Patil and that he had captured a video clip inside
the ladies toilet.
She then informed
about this to the management of the company and also in her
home. After that on Friday a complaint related to his was lodged at
Taloja police station.
The police took serious
note of this complaint
and registered a criminal case under IT Act
against the accused
Ganesh Patil and arrested him. The court
allowed the accused to
get released on bail, informed woman deputy
police inspector Patil.
The mobile phone of
Ganesh Patil has been
confiscated and it was
found that one video
film captured by that
mobile was discovered.
During the investigation, it became known
that in the past too
Ganesh Patil had taken a video film within
the toilet.
Clear our plans under MMR
Maharashtrian Builders meet the CM with their demands
By a staff reporter
VASHI: “Till
separate Development Control Rules
for NAINA are
approved, CIDCO
should approve our
projects under MMR
and/or rules in force
in the local municipalities.” This is the
main demand put
forward by a delegation of Mahrashtrian
Builders Association
which met Chief
Minister Devendra
Fadnavis the other
day. The delegation
was led by the
association president
K K Mhatre and
included its Treasurer Hitesh Sawant
and others.
“The restriction
on the height of
buildings being built
within the 200 meter
radius of gaothans
should also be removed,” they demanded.
“Presently, CIDCO, the nodal
agency, is collecting
full developmental
charges though it is
not undertaking any
infrastructure
development,” they
complained. The
developers are also
required to produce a
NOC from the
Airport Authorities.
This is proving to be
irksome,” they said.
General Secretary
Anand Patil and
former President
Vikas Bhamre were
the others who were
in the delegation.
Corporator’s car attacked
By Chandrashekhar Hendve
Unidentified
persons attacked the
car belonging to NCP
Corporator Vishal
Dolas from Ward
No.108 Seawoods. The
attack took place at
about midnight on 26
May, 2016. Dolas and
his party have
demanded that the
miscreants be arrested without delay.
Dolas has obtained
CCTV footage from C
Prasad Society where
the attack took place.
“The footage shows
the attackers enter-
ing the place and
leaving after the
attack. I will hand
over the footage to the
police to help them to
identify the culprits,”
Dolas said.
The case has been
registered in NRI
police station.
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D.Y. Patil to take on Mulund Gymkhana for glory: U-19 Manohar Savant Trophy
By Ashok Dhamija
NAVI MUMBAI: Dr.
D.Y. Patil, Nerul will
meet
Mulund
Gymkhana in the final
of the limited 45 overs,
Under-19 Manohar Savant Trophy cricket
tournament being organized under the aegis of
the Mumbai Cricket
Association (MCA) for
its Summer Camp venues for the year 201516.
In the first semi final played at the Parsee Cyclist grounds, the
Navi Mumbai based
team successfully overhauled the target of 195
set by their rivals MIG,
Bandra in the 36th over
itself with nine wickets
in hand. Openers
Japjeet Singh and Mahesh Jadhav batted aggressively and put on
145 runs for the first
wicket in quick time,
before the latter was
dismissed for 62. The
right handed Japjeet
who
resides
at
Kharghar and is a first
student of BFM at
Khalsa College with
scores of 80 n.o., 64 n.o.
in the first two encounters, continued to strike
the ball hard all-round
For represntational purpose only
the wicket was ably
supported by his skipper Abhishek Shrivastav. The duo guided
D.Y. Patil home with
9.3 overs to spare as
Japjeet scored the winning runs once again
remained unbeaten on
70, while south paw
Shrivastav remained
unbeaten on 45. Earlier put in to bat MIG,
Bandra posted a
healthy score of 194 but
lost nine wickets in the
process. Sagar Chabria
was the top scorer with
65 runs, while Agni
Chopra and Vaibhav
Patil contributed 34
and 36 runs respectively. Right arm medium
pacer Saksham Jha (4/
20) provided crucial
breakthroughs at regular intervals and was
the most successful
bowler for the winners
In the other semi finals PDTSA, Boisar
decision to bat first
against
Mulund
Gymkhana misfired
and were bowled out for
121 in 39 overs with
Utkarsh Raut holding
the fort with 43 runs
while . Niraj Bharadwaj (4/17) plotted the
downfall with his accurate bowling. In response
Mulund
Gymkhana riding on a
unbeaten 44 by Tanush
Kotian, cruised in to
the finals with a comprehensive six wicket
win in the 31st over itself.
Earlier in the Quarter final round played
at Young Mohammedan ground, Dr. D.Y.
Patil, Nerul posted an
easy eight wickets win
DYPSA opener Japjeet
Singh is the leading run
scorer with 214 runs and
has remained unbeaten in
all the three knock out
matches in the tournament
(File Photo)
in the 32nd over while
chasing a target of 156
set by Goregaon Sports
Club, after electing to
field first.. The highlight of their win was
half centuries by their
openers Japjeet (64*)
and south paw Mahesh
(61), after their left
arms spinners Ashwin
Shelke (4/28) and Anuj
Bhosle (3/21) bowled
well in tandem to share
seven wickets among
themselves to bowl out
dismiss Goregaon
based team in the 39th
over .In the other
Navi Mumbai lad wins Boys U-17 Title at
88th Manora Badminton Tournament
By Dinesh Kamath
NAVI MUMBAI: 88th
Manora Badminton
Tournament was held
at Khar Gymkhana
on 28th-29th May,
2016. One of the
organizers of the
tournament was Mr.
Manohar Godse.
The match was
played among the
members of the
Manora Badminton
Academy at Khar
Gymkhana, Khar (W)
on 28 & 29 May 2016.
Winners & Runnersup were well rewarded
with a trophy, certificate, Yonex kit bag,
Yonex T-shirts /
Socks.
Achintya Agarwal
is a budding/upcoming
young shuttler from
Navi Mumbai, Student of Ryan International School, Sanpada. He was the
All the winners
number 1 seeded
player, and played
well to deservedly win
the tournament. He
had recently won the
Boys U-15 Singles
Title at the 16th Parle
Mahotsav Tournament held at Vile
Parle Cultural Centre,
CMYK
Vile Parle which was
held from 24 to 30
December 2015.
Cont. on pg. 6
round- of- eight matches MIG Bandra on the
other hand won by six
wickets against Central Maidan, Thane.
Azim Shaikh (5/37) being the star perfumer
whose efforts ensured
Thane team’s down fall
and were bowled out for
159 in the 39th over.
PDTSA, Boisar outplayed RCF, Chembur
by 95 runs after setting
a target of 231 runs.
The highlight of their
win was half centuries
by Utkarsh Raut (58)
and Santosh Naikode
(53) coupled with allround performance by
Mayur Pandit ( 43 and
3 for 18) and Siddharth
Akre (34 and 3 for 15).
Mulund Gymkhana
dominated the proceedings against Matunga
Gymkhana with a comprehensive seven wicket win after bowling out
their rivals for less
than 100, (Niraj
Bharadwaj (6/26) being
the chief wrecker for
the winners.
Brief Scores:
Pre Quarters:
Sonale Ground
Bhiwandi – 157 all
out in 43.2 overs
(Jaydeep Bhondivale 37,
Omkar Pashte 33,
Niraj Bhardwaj 3/27)
lost
to
Mulund
Gymkhana – 157 for
8 in 42.4 overs (Tanush Kotian 33, Sakib
Shaikh 4/37, Saif
Shaikh 3/14) by 2
wickets.
Sainath S.C.,
Virar – 106 all out
in 37.5 overs (Hasnin
Khan 5/7) lost to Matunga Gymkhana –
107 for 3 in 27.3
overs (Pranav Kela
39*, Viraj Jadhav 32*)
by 7 wickets.
RCF, Chembur –
209 for 6 in 45 overs
(Bhupen Lalwani 57,
Vishal Ranglani 46,
Pushkar Sharma 38)
beat Dilip Vengsarkar
Academy,
Oval – 163 all out
in 42.2 overs (Vaishnav Narvekar 81, Usama Parkar 33) by 46
runs.
Ordinance Factory Ambernath – 137
all out in 44.2 overs
(Sumit Dawani 51, Karan Ambre 4/26) lost to
PDTSA, Boisar –
140 for 8 in 41 overs
(Deepak Bharadwaj 32,
Bhavin Darji 4/11) by
Cont. on pg. 7
Sanpada resident captures
freak accident in Vasai
Foot over bridge (FOB) at Vasai Road Station, connecting to platform no. 1 suddenly collapsed resulting in 50
people falling into the gutter underneath. The rescue
operation is on. The situation is pathetic and alarming.
This incident/mishap could have very well been avoided.
(By C K Subramaniam)
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KR CMD meets industry heads and its
employees during ‘Rail Hamsafar Saptaah’
By Ashok Dhamija
CBD BELAPUR:
Konkan Railway is
observing “Rail Hamsafar Saptaah” from 26th
May to 1st June 2016.as
per the directives of the
Ministry of Railway on
its route.
As a part of this
initiative “Sanyojan
Diwas” was observed on
Tuesday wherein
Sanjay Gupta, CMD/
KRCL along with
Regional Railway
Manager / Karwar had
meetings with top
officials of various
manufacturing, petro
chemical, power
generation, shipping
and logistic companies.
He updated them about
the various reforms and
policy initiatives on the
freight traffic side and
to request them to
make use of Konkan
Railway Route for
Freight Transportation,
which is more convenient and economical.
During the interactions
various issues pertaining to individual
industry / customers
were also addressed.
Similarly a meeting
was also held by
Regional Railway
Manager, Ratnagiri
with JSW for improving the Freight Traffic
on KR Route.
Earlier on Monday
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Tantalizing game of T-20 cricket
By C K Subramaniam
Tell the tale of T-20
cricket as IPL 9 season
ended with much sen-
nessed towering sixes
all over the grounds.
Virat Kohli hitting 38
sixes topped the run
aggregate also this season. In all Virat Kohli
knocked 973 runs out of
the 2981 runs scored by
Royal Challengers Bangalore. In all, the tantalizing game of T-20
cricket saw 18862 runs
scored and that reveals
the hilt of their superstar captain David
Warner and his team of
youngsters. In spite all
that the SRH match
against Kolkota Knight
Riders, match did attract a meagre 7.2 mn
impression and that
was a sad reflection on
the state of the game of
IPL cricket. The
bowlers suffered maxi-
(KRCL CMD Sanjay Gupta (Inset) urging industries in
Konkan belt to use Roll On – Roll Off (RO-RO) Services
which has been in to existence for over 17 years
as part of the “Saamanjasya Diwas” the
Heads of Departments, Regional
Railway Managers
and other Officers
along with the Representatives of Recognized Union undertook Cleanliness Drive
at various places over
KR Route in Railway
Colonies for their
upkeep and maintenance. Tree Plantation Campaigns was
also organized in
Railway Colonies and
other Premises. In
this campaign, KR
Staff and their family
members also participated actively. Sport
Events were also
organized for Railway
Employees and their
families on the
Regions.
“As a part of the
same, “Sanyojan
Diwas” our CMD
Sanjay Gupta and his
team personally met
various industries top
officials at Madgaon
and apprised them to
use of Konkan Railway Route for Freight
Transportation, which
is more convenient
and economical. KR’s
Roll On – Roll Off
(RO-RO) Services on
its route is one such
unique service on
Indian Railways as it
is quite time-saving &
pollution-free without
any vehicular traffic
jams, saving precious
fuel. . All out efforts
are also being made to
fetch more business
from organization like
Cont. on pg. 7
CMYK
sation and maximum thrill. But the
response of the overall TV viewers charm
losing its stream
slowly and steadily. It
was reliably learnt
that the viewership
for the ninth edition
of the T-20 tournament was facing
week on week fall. The
organizers tried all
their tricks up the
sleeves by making sure
of close last ball finishes and as the grounds
were very small we wit-
the real story of small
grounds.
The crowning glory
of new IPL Champion
Surnrisers Hyderabad
did attract Telugu warriors encouraging to
mum hammering.
But it was star
bowler Bhuvanesh
Kumar who stole
the limelight with
23 wickets haul
and bowled the
last over on a Sunday Sport Special
with a superlative
spell of bowling
and that ultimately
turned the tables in
favour of the Hyderabad
side.
That no match is
Cont. on pg. 6
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Issue : 27
1 June, 2016
Will Virat Kohli beat
Sachin Tendulkar’s record?
The 2016 season undoubtedly belonged
to skipper Virat Kohli. Kohli showed his
mastery over all formats of cricket by rewriting the record books. No other cricketer other than Virat Kohli since Sachin
Tendulkar has left such a firm imprint on a
limited-overs contest. In this year’s IPL,
Kohli was in the zone, his bat a mere extension of his arm, pulling out shots at will
that no fielding team could anticipate or
limit. Kohli held centre stage, ahead of
Chris Gayle and A.B. de Villiers.
Throughout the tournament Kohli
gained tempo, shepherded his team, destroyed bowlers with huge sixes and was
always alert to the little gaps in the field
through which he threaded boundaries.
His four centuries came double-fast.
Undoubtedly the star performer of IPL
2016, Kohli and his men should have lifted the cup this time for their extravaganza throughout the season. His batting in
2016 has been surreal. It’s true that he
has been little unlucky this time but he won
our hearts instead.
Salute to Kohli for his cricketing prowess. He has set such tall benchmarks in
the batting that the IPL editions in the future are bound to be more and more interesting - and hence, more entertaining - as
the batsmen would compete to reach those
standards and try to even excel them. Perhaps, cricket lovers and players would be
indebted to Kohli for this, for many years
to come.
We should wait and see and what he
does in other formats but with this form
he could beat more records including that
of Sachin
Virat Kohli deserves to be the captain
in all three formats. He is a special blend
of consistency, power and presence of
mind. It is time for Indian cricket selectors to start thinking. India has no major
event in three years till 2019 World Cup.
This is the best chance to think and build.
Virat Kohli has rightly been named as
T20 Player of the Year. A time has come
where you have someone you have
groomed over a period of time, who is
ready. In the next 18 months, India hardly
plays any ODIs, the gaps between Tests
and ODIs are massive. So it’s time to look
ahead.
Basaveshwar Jayanti celebrated
By Chandrashekhar Hendve
VASHI: Sant Basaveshwar’s 885th birth anniversary was celebrated by Veerashaiva Yuvak
Sanghatna on Sunday. Mayor Sudhakar Sonavane was among those who attended the celebration and gave their good wishes.
The event held at Chemist Bhavan in Sanpada was presided over by the founder President of
the Sanghatna, Prof Manohar Dhonde.
DJ Pratik Gaikar to make the crowd groove
at Water Kingdom on 1st June, 2016
By Dinesh Kamath
Indulge into the
ninth electrifying Bollywood weekend at Water
Kingdom, Asia’s largest
theme water park. To
celebrate the thrilling
18th anniversary, Water Kingdom has organized a seven weekend
long music festival with
the celebrity DJs.
DJ Pratik, an honorable DJ will keep the
visitors excited by playing his crazy remixes
on 1st June, 2016. The
DJ is definite to keep
the patrons entertained
with his exciting con-
temporary music.
So don’t miss this
opportunity of letting
your hair down at this
enlivening carnival
with music and joyful
slides at your favorite
water park!
Date: 1st June, 2016
Timings: 10.00 am
Navi Mumbai lad...
The special features of this tournament was that: (1)
This was 88th Tournament of the Manora
Badminton Academy.
(2) In all 165 member
boys and girls from all
over Mumbai, Thane,
Navi Mumbai, Roha,
Sakarwadi and
Nashik participated in
this tournament. (3)
All the matches were
played on the Air
Conditioned Badminton Cou9rts of Khar
Gymkhana, Khar
(West), as per new
rally points scoring
system. (4) Prize
distribution was done
at the hands of Chief
Guests Dr Sudhir
Kherade, Mr Ashokbhai and Mr Inderpal
Gujral (Secretary,
Badminton – Khar
Gymkhana) (5) The
Tournament was
partly sponsored by
CMYK
subsidiary of USD 6 billion Essel Group. Over
the past two decades
these parks have been
the pioneers in leisure
and entertainment,
thereby successfully entertaining more than 22
million visitors. These
twin parks offer an area
of over 64 acres with
more than 80 attractions across rides and
slides. The Group’s mission is to redefine the
traditional means of entertainment and above
all meet the fast changing consumer needs for
active entertainment.
Suchir Ravva – 21-15,
21-9.
Under 13 years:
Myuna Mhatre bt.
14.
Under 15 years:
Vaibhav Tiwari bt.
Dhruva Patel – 21-14,
Achintya Agarwal at the prize distribution.
Yonex.
Results of the
Tournament:
Under 10 years:
Sharvani Walekar bt.
Sunaira Jain – 21-8,
21-7.
Under 10 years:
Parth Deore bt.
Tantalizing game..
won or lost until the
last ball is bowled came
rather true in the IPL
9 season. The cutting
edge was the all-round
display of Ben Cutting.
The Aussie batsman cut
loose when required
and hit a purple patch
with both bat ball. Cutting cut to size the great
Gayle and Kohli could
not show his off field aggression inside the
ground during the final. For the winning
captain Warner it was
a good toss to win and
Cont. from pg. 4
to 9.00pm
Venue: Water Kingdom, Gorai Village,
Borivali (W), Mumbai –
400091
Ticketing: Water
Kingdom- Adults: 999/Children: 699/Book
Online:
www.waterkingdom.in
For more info call 022
6528 0305
About Pan India
Paryatan Pvt. Ltd.
Pan India Paryatan
Pvt. Ltd. is the holding
company of EsselWorld
and Water Kingdom the largest amusement
parks in India and a
Cont. from pg. 5
the top and middle order of SRH plundered
runs at will and that
was the difference between the two sides.
After all this outstanding efforts, the icing on
the cake was the bowling of Bhuvaneshwar
Kumar, who bowled his
heart out in a brilliant
spell of bowling, which
ultimately decided the
game in favour of the
David Warner’s side.
Thus bowling won the
game in high scoring
matches throughout
Siya Singh – 25-23,
24-26, 21-16.
Under 13 years:
Ruturaj Rathod bt.
Kartic U.C. – 21-8,
21-17.
Under 15 years:
Sayali Teke bt. Saanvi
Mukadam – 21-15, 21-
26-24.
Under 17 years:
Saniya Shivalkar bt.
Sayali Teke – 21-12,
18-21, 21-13.
Under 17 years:
Achintya Agarwal bt.
Viraj Kuwle – 21-17,
21-12
the tournament.
TV
viewership
dwindled drastically
this time and there
were empty stands in
the stadium as well.
Perhaps, the crowd
puller sides of Dhoni
and Rohit Sharma
were shown the door
before the knockout
stage. As the betting fiasco and fixing charges continue to haunt
the game in India, the
hit and run game of
cricket showed less
popularity. There was
a drastic dip in television ratings (TVR) be-
tween weeks 3 and 4
and the trend continued till the end. But
ground realities tell the
true story. Even clients of advertisers,
who would earlier
pump in large sums of
money for advertising
during IPL season,
seem to have now
shifted their focus. IPL
10 should show high
standard of the game
and more innovative
methods of promoting
the game as in the earlier years to bring back
the past glory and attract more TV viewers.
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City tourists find no blood test facilities and dysfunctional ATMs at Matheran
By Tutu
NAVI MUMBAI: Navi
Mumbai
tourists
spending the vacation
at the Matheran hill
station and the residents around there too
cannot even have blood
test facility. The only B
J hospital do have
equipments but does
not have a pathologist.
Blood tests are done in
Neral, Karjat, etc now.
The hill station got a
MBBS doctor close to
three years after the
Lokayukt intervened.
In the meantime, tour-
ists were on odds on
Saturday and Sunday
when two ATMs went
dysfunctional. One
ATM belongs to the
Union Bank of India
and one at Kotak Mahindra was out of order.
Those holidaying could
not draw cash.
The hill station has
got a MBBS doctor after close to three years
following Lokayukt order when many who fell
from the horses could
not even be treated
here. Dr Mohd Hussain
joined here in addition
KR CMD meets...
ACC, Ultra Tech,
SESA Goa, Maple
Logistics Pvt. Ltd.,
Goa Carbon Limited
and Zuari Agro
Chemicals Ltd,
Mangalore Refinery
Cont. from pg. 5
& Petrochemicals
Limited, Udupi Power
Corporation Limited
etc. for this service.
Earlier on Monday
CMD inspected
Madgaon Railway
to a BAMS doctor Dr
Uday Tambe. “My contractual tenure with
the hill station municipal council has ended.
Interviews were completed but result is yet
to come. Two MBBS
doctors are approved
but one is filled up. Average 15 to 20 cases of
horse ride falls are reported here annually
but no facilities are
Colony and Konkan
Rail Academy as well
as interacted with
Staff and their family
members for on the
spot redressal of their
grievances. Regional
Railway Managers at
Ratnagiri and Karwar
also visited Railway
Colonies and interacted
with Staff for redressal
of their grievances.
KRCL believes in
happy and harmonious
relationship between
Management and its
Employees in order to
achieve highest indices
of performances,
thereby leaving no
stone unturned in this
direction”: shared
Siddheshwar Telugu,
GM (Admin) & CPRO
of Konkan Railway.
Letters to the Editor....
Banners in HDFC circle?
HDFC circle is totally decorated with banners
and poster. These banners have invaded every inch
of the circle, which is become a great nuisance to
the citizens. They are all cluttered with huge banners giving the circle an ugly look. What is most
surprising is that these banners have come to occupy every vantage point
and obstruct the traffic and distract the car drivers.
In spite of that, all our authorities are silently watching the activities.
It certainly proves that they are all incompetent to stop such activities
and they are not able to take any action against them.
It is high time that such kind of banners are banned by the civic
administration. Authorities should issue a notice to the party and leaders
not to install such banners and impose huge fine. They should respect the
High court order.
- Probir Kumar Bose, New Panvel
Miraculous escape
An air ambulance with seven persons on board crash landed in the
field of Najafgarh area of South Delhi after both its engines apparently
shut down but no one sustained any major injury. It is indeed a freak
accident and all the passengers were saved owing to the brave act of the
pilot. A 61 year old cardiac patient was being ferried to Delhi from Patna
in the aircraft. The others miraculously escaped including the crew, the
patient’s relatives and a doctor.
It was a daring attempt by the pilot to land on the adjoining road to
the field and after touching down, it took off again only to land at a nearby
field. The villagers lent their helping hand and the patient escaped without getting injured in the process.
Pilot deserves all credit for avoiding a fatal tragedy inside the Air Ambulance. Further, he avoided the crowded residential area to prevent any
civilian causality. The mishap occurred when both its engines failed midair and the pilot was forced to make an emergency landing despite being
a few kilometres away from the Delhi airport and was forced to land in
city’s outskirts.
It is indeed a miraculous escape for all the crew members and others
inside the air ambulance. The cardiac patient got the real shock of his life
before being treated in Delhi.
- C. K. Subramaniam, Sanpada
CMYK
available,” said the B J
Hospital’s Dr Uday
Tambe.
“Currently even
blood test cannot be
done for fever. The
Matheran Hill Station
Municipal Council has
been informed about
pathologist requirement and required infrastructure work inside the hospital. All
other treatments will
be referrals to Neral,
Karjat, Badlapur, etc.
hospitals,” said Dr
Mohd Hussain.
The Matheran Hill
Station Municipal
Council chief officer
Prashant Thombare
said, “We have to take
approval for such a position after passing of a
council resolution.”
In the meantime,
two ATMs went dysfunctional on Saturday
and Sunday.
“Tourists and local
population could not
withdraw money for
two days. More ATMs
are required to cater to
touirsts,” demanded
businessman Prashant
Belose.
D.Y. Patil to take...
2 wickets.
Karnatak S.A. –
132 all out in 32
overs (Kaustubh Dipte
3/20) lost to Central
Maidan, Thane- 133
for 6 in 29.3 overs
(Jai Dave 3/34) by 4
wickets.
MIG, Bandra –
189 all out in 43.5
overs (Agni Chopra
52, Suraj Singh 3/24)
beat Chimaji Appa,
Vasai – 171 all out
in 43.2 overs (Satyalaksh Jain 72, Mahimna Vyas 40, Azim
Shaikh 3/39) by 18
runs
Payyade S.C. –
162 for 8 in 45 overs
(Niranjan Tungare
42*, Saurabh Tripathi
34) lost to Dr. D.Y.
Patil, Nerul – 164
for 2 in 38 overs
(Japjeet Singh 80*) by
8 wickets.
Bengal
Club,
Shivaji Park- 66 all
out in 20 overs (Abhishek Yadav 3/7) lost
to Goregaon Sports
Club- 68 for 4 in 11
Cont. from pg. 4
overs
(Vaibhav
Kalamkar 42*, Manas
Raikar 4/23) by 6
wickets.
Quarter Finals:
Goregaon Sports
Club – 155 all out
in 38.3 overs (Nakul
Mehta 52, Siddharth
Sharma 37, Ashwin
Shelke 4/28, Anuj Bhosle 3/21) lost to Dr.
D.Y. Patil, Nerul –
158 for 2 in 32
overs (Japjeet Singh
64*, Mahesh Jadhav
61) by 8 wickets.
Central Maidan,
Thane – 159 all out
in 41.5 overs (Omkar
Rahate 57, Omkar
Rane 50, Azim Shaikh
5/37) lost to MIG,
Bandra – 163 for 4
in 40.5 overs (Sagar
Chabria 36) by 6
wickets.
PDTSA, Boisar –
230 for 7 in 45
overs (Utkarsh Raut
58, Santosh Naikode
53, Mayur Pandit 43,
Siddharth Akre 34,
Farhan Kazi 3/38)
beat RCF, Chembur
“Both bank ATMs
were found dysfunctional. Because of holiday the problem escalated and it was business loss for local traders. Train service discontinuation led to cash
being out at Kotak Mahindra ATM,” said a local businessman Sunil
Shinde.
“The issue was
raised with the Union
Bank authorities time
and again but there was
no solution to the problem. Network and technical problem needs
improvement. BSNL’s
weak signal often cut
off communication network. We had written
to BSNL about resolving the network problem,” alleged another
businessman Janardan
Parte.
The Union Bank of
India Manager Ram
Swaroop said, “Enough
cash is available as we
have a branch. ATM
Dispenser or network
problem may have
caused the problem.
This will be addressed.”
– 135 all out in
30.2 overs (Vaibhav
Patil 38, Siddharth
Akre 3/15, Mayur Pandit 3/18) by 95 runs
M a t u n g a
Gymkhana – 98 all
out in 33.4 overs
(Niraj Bharadwaj 6/26)
lost
to
Mulund
Gymkhana – 99 for
3 in 20 overs (Hrishikesh Padwal 60) by 7
wickets.
Semi Finals:
MIG, Bandra –
194 for 9 in 45
overs (Sagar Chabria
65, Agni Chopra 36,
Vaibhav Patil 34, Saksham Jha 4/20) lost to
Dr. D.Y. Patil, Nerul – 197 for 1 in
35.3 overs (Japjeet
Singh 70*, Mahesh
Jadhav 62, Abhishek
Shrivastav 45*) by 9
wickets.
PDTSA, Boisar –
121 all out in 39
overs (Utkarsh Raut
43, Niraj Bharadwaj 4/
17) lost to Mulund
Gymkhana – 124 for
4 in 30.1 overs (Tanush Kotian 44*) by 6
wickets.
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Over 15,000 corporate employees partake
enthusiastically to Fortis ‘Quit Smoking’ initiative
By Ashok Dhamija
NAVI MUMBAI: Fortis Hospital, Vashi,
which has been and
continues to explore
ways to engage meaningfully with the residents of the city to
spread awareness
about healthy living
celebrated the World No
Tobacco Day on Tuesday, 31st May 2016 by
encouraging corporate
employees to kick the
butt and live a smoke
free live. Hosted in association with a Corporate Park at Airoli, the
Vashi based Hospital
reached out to over
15,000 employees by
conducting a number of
interactive activities
that focused on the benefits of quitting smoking.
The Corporate Park,
home to a number of IT
/ ITES / BPO companies at Airoli in Navi
Mumbai, coordinated
with the Fortis team to
engage with its employees through week-long
activities that included
– slogan writing compe-
Participants in large numbers take apart in a awareness rally at The Corporate Park in
Airoli
Dr Shishir Shetty Onco
Surgeon overseeing the
Fortis Quit Smoking initiative.
Youngsters uphold placards to spread message during World No Tobacco Day celebration
tition, pledge wall sign- skits. Participants re- ing slogans, focusing on
ing, walkathon and sponded with interest- innovative ways that
ILL EFFECTS OF SMOKING: The menace of smoking is a worldwide risk and the single most significant reason for preventable diseases and deaths. There are over 4,000 compounds in cigarette
smoke, of which, most are found to be toxic and are known to damage human cells. Some of them
are Carcinogenic – causing cancer. Tobacco smoke comprises mainly of Nicotine (not carcinogenic,
but highly addictive), Carbon Monoxide (a poisonous gas) and Tar (contains several cancer-causing
chemicals). When a smoker inhales cigarette smoke, 70% of the tar remains in the lungs. Over
time, these chemicals cause enough damage to the body to cause multiple types of critical illnesses.
The number of smoking population across the globe is staggering. According to the data from the
World Health Organisation (WHO), there are about 130 Crore smokers worldwide and 20 billion
cigarettes are sold every day. There are approximately 12 Cr smokers in India. According to ‘The
Economic Burden of Tobacco related diseases in India’, released by the Public Health Foundation of
India, with support from the Ministry of Health & Family Welfare and the WHO India, the total
economic costs attributable to tobacco use from all diseases in India, in 2011, for persons aged 35-69
years amounted to Rs 1,04,500Cr.
TRENDS WORLD WIDE: WHO reports tobacco use as the leading preventable cause of death; each
year, it kills more than 5 million (50 lakhs) people. It is on track to kill more than 8 million by 2030,
by which time approximately 80% of the deaths would occur in low- and middle-income countries.
• WHO reports that 5million deaths are due to direct use of tobacco and nearly 6 lakhs deaths
are due to secondary exposure
• If current smoking pattern remains, by 2020 there will be around 10 million (1 Cr deaths)
each year
• Smoking causes 30% of all cancer deaths, 17% of heart disease death and 80% of death due to
bronchitis and emphysema
• Over one in two people in India are exposed to second hand smoking at home and 29% in public
places
Turbhe residents resort to rasta rook
By Vijay Bhor
TURBHE: Residents
of Sector-21, Turbhe
resorted to Rasta Roko
at 1.00 am on Tuesday. They were
Pledging support to the Quit Smoking initiative on the
occasion
protesting against
frequent power
outings. They went to
MSEDCL’s office at
Mafco where they
found no responsible
person to talk to.
Irked by the same,
they went to the
signal spot and
blocked the traffic for
some time. This
CMYK
Irked by
frequent power
outings
resulted in a big
traffic jam at the
unearthly hour.
may help people to quit
smoking. The ‘Quit
Smoking Pledge Wall’
was placed at the venue, on which a number
of smokers pledged to
quit their habit of
smoking. A number of
people, who have quit
smoking, shared ideas
that may help others,
kick the butt. A walkathon was also organized
inside the Corporate
Park to spread the message about healthy l living by quitting smoking.
Dr Shirshir Shetty,
Onco Surgeon, Fortis
Hospital Vashi, who
oversaw the World NoTobacco Day activities,
said, “Smoking is an
easy habit to form, but
difficult to quit. Young
people typically start
smoking to satisfy their
curiosity, but soon end
up getting used to the
experience. The menace of smoking is noticeable among the
young corporate employees – especially in
the IT / ITES and BPO
sectors. Once addicted,
it becomes an excuse for
taking a break, and feel
relaxed amid stress of
workload. While warnings of the hazard of
smoking are all over,
smokers tend to ignore
the fact that it can
cause life-threatening
illnesses – and in worst
cases, even death. More
and more young men
and women professionals are getting addicted to smoking, risking
not only their own
health, but also of those
who are in their company. Fortis Hospital,
Vashi, is reaching out
to the corporate employees with a simple
and clear message –
Say No to Tobacco today
for healthier tomorrow.”
As per statistical
day the Fortis gets approximately 10 cases
every week, where patients are affected due
to the habit of smoking.