The last time the Assembly proceedings were held up due to a power cut was in 1961. On July 6, Nagpur received 263 mm of rain over just six hours.
Government pleader Sumant Deopujari, however, requested the court to hold its plan to set up the panel assuring the court to submit a “status report” on the probe by the Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) units at Nagpur and Amravati within 15 days.
“I have seen the film. It’s a beautiful film. It shows how certain perception in the media, police and judiciary can adversely affect someone. It had severely disturbed the lives of both Sunil Dutt and his son Sanjay,” said Nitin Gadkari.
Rebuking the government over the two affidavits filed by the two SITs working at Nagpur and Amravati for the two respective divisions, the court observed there was no progress in the investigation and the delay will lead to loss of crucial evidences in the matter.
Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis visited the disaster management control room and directed the authorities to keep strict vigil and “work in mission mode” to help people in emergencies.
Union Minister and Nagpur MP Nitin Gadkari wrote to the two civic chiefs to first assess which of the structures were causing hindrance to the public and not remove those which were on public land before going ahead with the drive.
The Nagpur Bench of Bombay High Court ordered deduction of top officials from NMC for not submitting the action plan for demolition of illegal religious structures as mandated by the Supreme Court.
The Akhil Jain Samaj, a representative body of the Jain community, opposed the proposed export of 1,500 goats, brought from Rajasthan to Nagpur, on the ground of “violence against animals”.
Activists argued that broad gauging will lead to greater frequency of trains running at higher speeds and carrying passengers multiple times the current numbers and will eventually disturb the sanctity of the tiger reserve and affect conservation.
Out of the 62 pesticide poisoning deaths reported in Maharashtra last year, 21 were in Yavatmal district alone, which also registered over 800 hospitalisation cases.
Last year, ahead of the winter session of the State Legislature here, the Naxals had set fire to over 80 vehicles, mostly trucks, used to ferry iron ore from the Surjagad mine of the Llyod Metals company
Meanwhile, the police had recovered several materials from the Kasnasur and Nainar operation spots. These included 32 memory cards found on the body of Naxal leader Srini killed at Nainar.
A total of 40 people had died in the two operations by the Gadchiroli police on April 23 and April 24. While the first operation near Kasnasur had resulted in 34 deaths of alleged Maoists, the second at Nainar had lead to six deaths.
A total of 40 people had died in the two back to back operations by Gadchiroli police on April 23 and 24. The first operation near Kasnasur had resulted in 34 deaths of alleged Maoists while the second at Nainar had lead to six deaths.
Police have registered offences against 11 people in the housing scam and nine in the plastic unit case.
Sambhaji Kadam, Deputy Commissioner of Police (Crime) said, "Two cases have been registered with us so far and we have sought papers from the bank regarding 17 other cases. The total worth of these 19 cases is about Rs 94 crore."
China Railway Rolling Stock Corporation, which was supposed to build a metro coach manufacturing unit, has not released an official statement on why it has backed out of the project.
"We have intensified patrolling in the area and have also summoned Special Tiger Protection Force to man the area and provide security to people, who have got busy with sowing operations now," Deputy Conservator of Forest (Brahmapuri) Kulraj Singh said.
Angry over the State Bank of India (SBI) not doing enough to disburse kharif crop loan to farmers in the district, Yavatmal Collector Rajesh Deshmukh has withdrawn the accounts of seven government departments in the district from the bank. Confirming the development, Deshmukh told The Indian Express: “The SBI has done poorly in terms of […]
Rahul was addressing a sizeable crowd gathered for the meeting held on the occasion of his visit to the family of Dalit rice innovator late Dadaji Khobragade, who died on June 3 after prolonged illness at the age of 79.