Udaipur incident: Section 144 imposed in Haryana’s Mahendergarh
The Mahendergarh administration on Thursday imposed Section 144 of the CrPC in the district as a precautionary measure to maintain law and order situation over the Udaipur incident where a tailor was brutally murdered.
Mahendergarh DC Jai Krishan Abhir said Section 144 was imposed in the district in view of ensuring peace and stability as the district shares border with Rajasthan where a brutal murder took place.
“The police have been alerted. We have urged the people to maintain peace and law and order situation,” the DC added.
Clear cane dues by July 5: Haryana chief secretary to sugar mills
Haryana chief secretary Sanjeev Kaushal on Thursday said the outstanding dues of about ₹314 crore will be cleared by the cooperative sugar mills by July 5. Similarly, the private sugar mills will also clear the dues soon.
He was presiding over the review meeting regarding payment of dues wherein he directed that the dues should be paid by the mills to cane growers within a stipulated time period.
An official spokesperson said a sum of ₹172.69 crore has been paid by Naraingarh Sugar Mills to the farmers for the 2021-22 season. The balance amount of ₹59.15 crore will be paid soon.
It was informed in the meeting that a subsidy of ₹78.92 crore has been given to cooperative sugar mills till May 2022 for the 2021-22 season. In addition, subsidy of about ₹57 crore was given to private mills, including ₹29.28 crore to Saraswati Sugar Mill, Yamunanagar; ₹12.84 crore to Piccadilly Agro Industries Limited, Bhadson; ₹8.6 crore to Naraingarh Sugar Mill and ₹6.39 crore to Assandh Mill.
A 56-year-old jeweller in north Mumbai was arrested on Monday on charges that56-year-old jeweler, Vishnu Vidhu Bhowmik, who has a jewelry shop in south Mumbaie made nine threat calls to the Sir HN Reliance Foundation Hospital in south Mumbai and threatened to harm Reliance Industries Limited chairman Mukesh Ambani and members of his family. The phone calls were made between 10:39am and 12.04pm on Monday. Police earlier said it appeared that the nine calls were made by the same person.
Six police personnel, including a sub-inspector (SI), were suspended for allegedly providing 'special treatment' to convicted gangster-turned-politician Anand Mohan Singh when he appeared at a Patna court on August 12. Saharsa superintendent of police Lipi Singh took the action on Monday, including four DAP jawans and an SAP driver, and ordered departmental proceedings against them. Anand Mohan was accused of inciting a mob to lynch the young Dalit IAS officer on December 5, 1994.
Come October, commuters headed to Pune from Thane and Borivali will have a low-cost, yet comfortable transport facility. The Maharashtra State Road Transport Corporation is planning to replace the iconic Shivneri buses on this route with electric Shivai buses. However, the Shivneri buses will continue to ply between Dadar and Pune. Currently, Shivneri buses charge ₹450 per passenger.
Mumbai: Blame it on the long weekend and travel plans or students refusing to alter their college preference, just 20% first-year junior college (FYJC) aspirants from the second merit list have confirmed admissions until Monday. College principals have attributed this low admission acceptance to students travelling during the long weekend. The second merit list was released by the office of the deputy director of education (DyDE) on August 12, where 69,691 students were allotted seats.
Mumbai: A 33-year-old man allegedly killed hMukhtar'swife by strangulating her over a trivial issue in wee hours on Sunday and fled from the house. JJ Marg police have launched a manhunt for him. According to the police, the deceased was identified as Manzila Shaikh, 30, who was staying in Imamwada area along JJ Marg along with her husband, Sukhchand Shaikh alias Mukhtar, 33.