उपयोगकर्ता संग्रह 2020 2 3 Manik . बम्बई , भारत
Gadar-era gun will be handed over to the museum. The Ghadar-era gun found in the basement of the Medieval and Modern History Department of Allahabad University (IVIV) will be handed over to the museum. This gun weighing 40 kg belongs to the time of East India Company.
For a long time this gun was kept in the medieval history department store. The Pioneer Press was once a part of the campus where the gun was found. Some time ago the Head of Department Prof. When Yogeshwar Tiwari cleaned the store, this historic gun was found there. The iron cord of the gun, about 150 years old, is still very strong. Butt made of wood is also in good condition, but some part of it is damaged.
There are some Persian words written on the gun, which was tried to be read, but the word is unclear. From this it is only speculated that this gun may be dated to around 1857. Earlier it was planned that it would be maintained in the department's museum itself, but the department did not have adequate facilities for its maintenance. That is why this gun will be handed over to the museum, where it can be maintained properly.
A quarrel erupted between the live-in couple,after which the man threw boiling water at the woman. They worked at a construction site in Mankapur area. Mankapur Police has registered a case in connection with the incident.
On a 30-year-old female laborer boiling water was thrown by her 'live-in partner' here in Maharashtra, which severely scorched her. The city police gave this information on Saturday. The accused has been identified as Suraj Prabhudayal Yadav (50). Police said Suraj and his live-in partner are residents of Kedia village in Narsinghpur district of Madhya Pradesh and work at a construction site in Mankapur area while living in a hut there.
The accused suspected the woman to be unfaithful and a quarrel erupted between them , after which Suraj threw boiling water at the woman. The woman has been admitted to the hospital, where her condition is said to be stable. Mankapur Police has registered a case in connection with the incident and investigation is going on.
The State Home Department has given the order that the drinking of liquor in the forts of the state is been prohibited. If a person is caught drinking alcohol in the forts, then he/she will have to go to jail and have to pay fine. This order is issued to maintain the sanctity of these historic buildings.
Maharashtra government issued an order on Saturday prohibiting the drinking of liquor in the forts of the state. If a person is caught drinking alcohol in the forts, then he/she will have to go to jail. Instructions have been given to the police this. The order said that to maintain the sanctity of these historic buildings, strict action should be taken against those who consume liquor in the forts. According to the government order, along with the fine, there will be jail for up to one year.
A circular has been passed by the State Home Department. It states that there are 350 forts in the state. Many of these have been created by the Maratha ruler Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj. Tourists who are not aware of the sanctity of these historical sites, carry wine with them and disturb peace. The order said that the first time offenders will have to pay a fine of Rs 10,000 and a sentence of six months and if caught a second time they will be sentence to one year of imprisonment and a fine of Rs 10,000 will be imposed. The department has directed the concerned authorities to place warning notices on the historical sites.
On Saturday night, goons were roaming on the streets late at night with weapons. They have damaged More than 50 vehicles in different area. The police administration seems to be failing to stop these crimes.
On Saturday night, goons broke more than 50 vehicles in different parts of the city. More than 40 vehicles in Sahakar Nagar area, while more than 10 vehicles in Pimpri, Chinchwad, Ajintha Nagar have been damaged by the chaos.
The attackers were roaming on the streets late at night with weapons. They targeted vehicles parked on the roads. No one could muster the courage to stop the accused as they had weapons. On receiving the information, police reached the spot, but by then the miscreants escaped from there.
In the last few days, such incidents have occurred in many area of the city. After seeing these incidents, questions are being raised about the functioning of the police administration. The police administration seems to be failing to stop these crimes and arrest the criminals.
Uddhav Thackeray said injustice has been done in the Union budget with Maharashtra. He said budget does not support the development of infrastructure. He also said Mumbai, which contributed most to the development of the country, has been deliberately ignored.
Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray described the Union Budget as disappointing. He said that injustice has been done in the budget with Maharashtra and Mumbai, the engines of development in the country. Thackeray said that the budget presented by Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman is far from reality. There is no provision in the budget for farmers, women, children and the disabled.
Thackeray said, this budget does not support the development of infrastructure in Mumbai and the development of metro projects in Megapolis. He has also questioned the Center not considering making any of the culturally rich Maharashtra sites iconic. Thackeray said that the International Finance Center has been strengthened in Gujarat, while Mumbai, which contributed most to the development of the country, has been deliberately ignored.
He also dismissed the Finance Minister's claim that the Goods and Services Tax had given relief to Small and Medium Enterprises (SME). Thackeray said that there was a need to encourage employment generating industries. But such steps were not announced in the budget. Small and Medium Enterprises have been replaced on the basis of GST. The purchasing power of the people has come down, affecting small scale industries. Workers have been put in trouble.
In a school a play in support of the CAA was played by students in a function in Mumbai. Now congress is demanding for a sedition case against the school.
Congress demanded that a sedition case be filed in Mumbai against school management who are forcing children to support the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA). This demand of the Congress came at a time when a case of sedition was registered against the school for staging a drama criticizing the CAA and PM Narendra Modi in Bidar in the neighboring state of Karnataka.
The drama was staged at the stage by students of classes 4, 5 and 6 on 21 January and a case of sedition was registered against them on 26 January. In this case, Bidar Police has arrested the principal of Shaheen School and the mother of the student. Prime Minister Narendra Modi was humiliated in the play. In the play, a child used rude language against the Prime Minister. It also states that with the implementation of CAA and NRC, people of a community will have to leave the country. According to media reports, earlier this month a program was organized in support of CAA at the school in Matunga.
Maharashtra Congress spokesperson Sachin Sawant issued a statement saying that if a case of sedition can be filed against the students for staging the drama against the CAA, then the management and organizers of a school in Mumbai also against the program in support of the CAA a case of sedition should be registered for organizing.
On the first day AC local train was fully packed with passengers, so people were facing a lot of difficulty to get to the station. Due to overcrowd the train was also arriving late at the stations.
The first service on the trans-harbor line of Mumbai's air-conditioned EMU local train becam problem to the passengers. Due to heavy congestion at the stations, there was inconvenience in opening and closing the train doors at every station, due to which the train was arriving late at all stations.
Midday visited Thane station at 9.19 am, Thane-Nerul AC train arrived at 9.45 am. This train was fully packed with passengers, so people were facing a lot of difficulty to get to the station and climb. There was no scope for ticket checking as the train was overcrowded. Troubled passengers said that if this is going to happen everyday in this train, then God save us from traveling in it.
Ankush Gawand, a passenger aboard the train, said that until the train is arranged it should be run in the afternoon instead of running in office timings. Actually, there was inconvenience in closing the train door due to excessive crowd. Due to which the train was arriving late at every station.