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Navi Mumbai police refused to take a payment request for Rs 2.4 lakh

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Mumbai-based activist Gautam Navlakha’s legal team recently informed the special NIA court that the Navi Mumbai police commissioner’s office refused to accept a demand draft for Rs 2.4 lakh that they had provided in accordance with a Supreme Court ruling allowing him to be placed under house arrest in the Elgar Parishad case. This was done in order to comply with the order. On Monday, lawyer Chandni Chawla filed a motion with the special trial court asking for the police commissioner to be instructed to accept the demand draught. RJ Katariya, a special NIA judge, ruled, “Issue notice to the non-applicant No. 2, i.e., the commissioner of police, Navi Mumbai.”

Prakash Shetty, a special public prosecutor, stated that he was representing the NIA but not the commissioner of police, and he requested time to file a response to the motion. Time was given till Tuesday by the court. The Supreme Court had set various restrictions in a ruling from last week. According to the court, Navlakha (69) must pay Rs 2.4 lakh to cover the costs of sending police officers to his Navi Mumbai house. Additionally, he was told to provide a 2 lakh rupee guarantee. The defence attorney for Navlakha informed the special NIA court that the assistant registrar had objected that the surety had not provided a solvency certificate, a ration card, or an affidavit.

The prosecution was ordered by the court to provide its opinion on surety and a report verifying that surety through NIA. The defence claimed that the solvency certificate would take at least a month to get. Additionally, it was stated that the provision of a Solvency Certificate was not always required.

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Marriott Hotel Faces Wrath from Shiv Sena Following Removal of Marathi Workers from Employment

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On Thursday, Shiv Sena activists staged a demonstration at the Marriott Hotel in Turbhe MIDC protesting the abrupt termination of Marathi staff, which led to an increase in tensions. Prominent individuals like as Kamgar Sena MP Arvind Sawant, Working President Ajit Salvi, General Secretary Sachin Ahir, and Bharatiya Kamgar Sena Secretary Sandeep Raut spearheaded the movement, which led to the hotel’s management agreeing to bring back the impacted workers.

Hundreds of Shiv Sainiks descended at the Marriott Hotel to challenge its management after the Indian Workers’ Party became enraged about the decision to fire Marathi staff. The delegation from Shiv Sena demanded justice for the dismissed workers and stressed that the workers should not be fired even if the contractor changes. The movement featured prominent figures such as Vitthal More, Navi Mumbai Zilla Pramukh, Somnath Vaskar, Somnath Pawar, Kashinath Pawar, Pakash Chikane, Deputy City Chief, and many other Shiv Sainiks.

Speaking on the matter, Bharatiya Kamgar Sena secretary Sandeep Raut criticized the layoffs as unfair and demanded that the affected workers be immediately hired again. He warned the hotel management that if they did not make the necessary corrections, Shiv Sena will stage a violent protest.

The impacted workers expressed their appreciation for Shiv Sena’s prompt intervention in addressing the injustice committed by the hotel management, as well as their thanks for the help they got. Under pressure from Shiv Sena, the Marriott Hotel management promised to make the necessary corrections so that the impacted employees would not have to suffer any more.

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What to do and what not to do on Mauni Amavasya – Astrohealer Prammit Sinha

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Mauni Amavasya is a significant Hindu festival celebrated on the new moon day, or Amavasya, during the Hindu month of Magha (January-February).

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Astrohealer Shree Prammit Sinha says, Mauni Amavasya is considered a significant day in Hinduism, and it is believed to have special spiritual significance. It usually falls in the month of Magha in the Hindu calendar.

The term “Mauni” is derived from the Sanskrit word “Mauna,” which means silence. On this day, devotees observe silence or practice Mauna (keeping silent) as a form of spiritual discipline. It is believed that silence helps individuals turn their focus inward, aiding in introspection and meditation.

While there may be variations in traditions and practices among different communities, here are some general suggestions on what to do and what not to do on Mauni Amavasya:

What to do:

  1. Taking a bath in sacred rivers, especially the Ganges, Yamuna, or other significant water bodies, is believed to purify the soul.
  2. Making donations or offering charity on this day is considered auspicious. It could include giving food, clothing, or other essentials to the less fortunate.
  3. Devote time to meditation, prayer, and spiritual practices to connect with the divine and attain inner peace.
  4. Reading or reciting religious texts, particularly those associated with the lunar cycle, is considered beneficial.

What Not to do:

  1. Mauni Amavasya is traditionally associated with silence. Therefore, it is advisable to refrain from unnecessary speech and gossip.
  2. Many people choose to follow a vegetarian diet on this day as a part of their spiritual observance.
  3. Try to maintain a positive and peaceful state of mind. Avoid engaging in negative thoughts, words, or actions.
  4. Try to minimize exposure to loud music, bright lights, and other forms of excessive sensory stimulation. This helps create a conducive environment for spiritual reflection.

It’s important to note that these suggestions are general guidelines, and specific traditions and customs may vary. Individuals

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Renowned Thief Associated With Multiple Bike Thefts Was Arrested By The Nerul Police

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A identified thief who has been linked to several bike thefts and chain snatchings in Thane, Mumbai, and Navi Mumbai has been nabbed by Nerul police. The offender, identified as Sarfaraz alias Lala Umar Qureshi (20), has been connected to ten criminal occurrences in all, including five chain snatchings, four car thefts, and one house burglary, together with his accomplices.

The operation started when the local police conducted a thorough investigation into a recent two-wheeler theft incident in the Nerul region. With the help of Assistant Police Inspectors Sachin Daghe and Nilesh Shewale, as well as Senior Police Inspector Tanaji Bhagat, the police collected CCTV video from many points across the robber’s journey, which included Mumbai and Navi Mumbai.

The cops were able to locate the suspect’s home in Govandi Shivaji Nagar after further technological examination. Nerul police kept a watch and managed to capture Qureshi close to the Vashi train station. During questioning, Qureshi admitted to being involved in chain snatchings and bike thefts around the area.

Following the arrest, two stolen motorcycles and a gold chain estimated to be worth Rs. 1 lakh were found by law enforcement personnel. Among the things taken into custody were a Suzuki Access bike, a Bajaj Pulsar, and eight grams of gold chain.

The defendant tried a number of strategies to avoid being discovered, such as donning a helmet when participating in chain-snatching episodes. In spite of these obstacles, Qureshi was identified by Nerul police after they carefully examined more than 200 hours of CCTV. In the end, officials were able to locate and capture the offender thanks to a critical sighting that did not involve a helmet.

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