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Vol 08|Issue 268|RNI No. MAHENG/2007/21778|Postal Regn. No. NMB/154/2014-16/Vashi MDG Post Office|Navi Mumbai, Friday 20 March, 2015|Pages 8|Price Re.1
Sampat Shewale
quits NCP, joins BJP
By Chandrashekhar Hendve
VASHI: Former Navi
Mumbai Municipal
Corporation’s standing
committee Chairman
and Vashi corporator
Sampat Shewale and
his wife ditched Nationalist Congress Party
and entered Bhartiya
Janta Party (BJP). This
comes as a major setback to NCP’s Navi
Mumbai unit which is
under the leadership of
Ganesh Naik. They
joined BJP on March 19
in the presence of BJP
MLA Manda Mhatre at
Manda tai banglow,
CBD, Belapur.
Talking to reporter
Sampat Shewale said “I
left NCP just to be in
position to fulfill my
ward’s residents’ demand and the work for
them. That’s the only
reason why I, my wife
and a numbers of my
party workers joined
BJP.” He also said that
he would remain loyal
Warns rikshawmen against refusal
of fares, overcharging
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against such drivers. The complaints
may be sent by 1) letter 2) e-mail:
[email protected] 3) toll free
number 1800 225 335 or over mobile
99698 54555. The complaints should include the
following details:
• registration number
of the rikshaw
• place, date and time
when the incident took
• description of the
grievance in brief.
“All genuine complaints will be inquired into,” says a communication
received from the Deputy RTO of
By Lakshman Sundar
VASHI: The Navi
Mumbai Chapter of
Mumbai Police organised a safety and security awareness camp on
the lawns of Meenatai
Thackrey Garden at
Sector 17, Vashi on last
Don’t fall prey to job
offers or lottery prize.
Don’t give the passport details to unknown persons
Don’t leave laptop or
others valuables in car
even though you want
to come back in a few
(March 15, 2015). Corporator Shri. Sampath
Shevale was the Chief
Guest. Over 100 people,
mainly residents of
Vashi, attended the
event. Assistant Police
Inspector of Vashi Shri.
Vasudev More welcomed the gathering
and advised on the
DOs and DON’Ts to
protect oneself from
trouble makers. Gist of
Shri. Vadudev More’s
Women or girls
wearing gold chains
should always try to
walk on the footpath.
Don’t give your
credit card or debit card
numbers to any caller.
Keep your neighbors
informed of your vacation and request them
to keep an eye on your
When in doubt
please call the police.
Suspicious behavior
of strangers should be
brought to notice immediately.
Check the bona fides
of maid servants and
Don’t touch unclaimed parcel. Inform
the police at once.
Be alert particularly while in ATM Center.
Observe the rules
and regulations
Corporator Shri.
Shevale informed that
more CCTV cameras
would be added in Navi
Mumbai to boost security. Useful safety measures handouts were
given to the attendees.
to Ganesh Naik forever as he had been his
political mentor.
Sampat Shewale
was always a confidante of Ganesh Naik,
since the beginning of
his political career.
RTO to act on complaints
By Chandrashekhar Hendve
VASHI: Noting that complaints
against rikshaw operators have been
increasing, the Regional Transport
Officer (RTO) has
against misbehavior with passengers.
He has told them
that refusing fares,
(charging more
than what the
meter shows), behaving rudely with passengers are all
considered offenses liable for action.
He has also invited passengers facing such problems to lodge complaints
Safety Awareness
Camp by Police
Cont. on pg. 3
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20 March, 2015
New year celebration
Sanpada based akhil Sanpada Sanskritik
Pratishtan is organizing a programme to welcome Hindu New Year Gudi Padwa on Saturday, 21 March, 2015. The programme will include a procession starting
from Ganesh Mandir in Sector-8 at 7.30 am and wending through the streets
touching Millennium Tower,
Oriental College and Suyog
Society en route.
The traditional procession
will be led by a Chitrarath,
Granth Dindi, lazim players
and drum beaters. Shashikant Yadav is organizing the
procession. Arrangements are being made to decorate the town by hoisting gudis and traditional flags at important crossings.
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CBD-BELAPUR: Smt Shakuntala Nanabhau Sinnerkar, mother of DMC (Administration) Jagannath Sinnerkar passed away on 18 March, 2015.
She was 90.
Mayor Sagar Naik, Corporators Raju Shinde,
Dilip Ghodekar, Bahadur Bisht, Sandip Sutar,
DMCs Subhash Ingale, Sudhir Cheke, Suresh Patil and AMCs Dattatray Nagare, Ashok Madhvi and
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Her mortal remains were cremated at her native village, Ambale, taluka Shirur, district Pune
on 19 March, 2015.
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20 March, 2015
RPI factions sink their difference
Form aaghadi to fight civic election
By Vikram Gaikwad
local leaders of various
RPI factions have decided to sink their difference and come together to fight Navi
Mumbai municipal
election. They have
formed an aaghadi
(front) known as Republican Bahujan Vikas Aghadi and decided to pit consensus candidates. They have also
decided to put up candidates in all 111
The meeting of the
faction leaders was held
on Wednesday at Turb-
he Store where the RPI
(Athavale) faction was
represented by Appa
Shivsharan, Bharipa
Bahujan Mahasangh
by Bhushan Kasare,
Republic Sena by
Khajamia Patel, Kavade faction by Mahendra Pawar, Dalit Panthers by Sunil Gaikwad
and Gavai faction by
Ramesh Bhange. Leaders like Nagesh Kamble, VijayKamble, Lingappa Kamble also participated. Some other
smaller caste based parties also sent their representatives to show
solidarity with RPI.
Prominent among
them were Shivsangram which had deputed Bhausaheb Sawant
and Rashtriya Samaj
Paksh which sent Mallikarjun Pujari.
“We are determined
to prevent the division
of dalit vote. Considering the number of dalits residing in the city,
we must be able to win
more seats,” said Vijay
Kamble, President of
Navi Mumbai RPI
Yuvak Aghadi. “Most
of our national leaders
have also blessed our
experiment,” he added.
Construction worker falls to death
due to no safety measures
By Vikram Gaikwad
construction worker
fell to his death from
the fifth floor of the
new D.Y Patil College
building which
currently under
construction in
The deceased,
Sanjaykumar Ramatavar (28) had begun
working in the new
D.Y Patil construction site in Kharghar
on 27th January,
whose contract had
been taken by the
Take on Construction
Engineering Company
who had hired him.
While working on the
fifth floor, for some
reason, Sanjay
slipped and fell to his
death. He had sustained serious injuries and was therefore
admitted to the local
D.Y Patil Hospital
but was pronounced
dead after ten day
since the accident.
Initially, the police
had reported the case
to be of accidental
death but discovered
that the death had
occurred because he
was provided with
mandatory safety
measures. Hence,
Kharghar police have
registered a case
against ‘Take on
Construction Engineering Company’
owner for negligence.
Burglaries shake up Vashi residents,
two break-ins reported in 24 hours
By Vikram Gaikwad
VASHI: As the number of chain snatching,
robbery and tricking
incidents has increased
in frequency all over
Navi Mumbai, house
burglaries too seem to
have amplified in recent
years. In Vashi alone,
two reports of break-ins
were reported in twen-
ty four hours.
On Tuesday night,
Jewelry making shop
“B.A.M Gold refinery”
located in sector 9 of
Vashi was burgled in
the absence of its owner Somanth Mohite
when he was out for
some work. The thieves
had wrenched open the
locks by a duplicate key
Hindi speakers
bat for BJP
Demand 15% party tickets for
Hindi speaking candidates
VASHI: The Hindi
Bhashi Vikas Manch
has extended its full
support to BJP during
NMMC elections.
In a letter addressed
the Raosaheb Danve,
Maharashtra state
unit chief of BJP, Haribans Singh, MP and
President of Hindi
Bhashi Vikas Manch
has said that a majority of residents of Navi
Mumbai are non-Maharashtrians. According
to Singh, non-Maharashtrians constitute
53% of the city’s population. Out of them,
43% are Biharis or Uttar Pradeshis. “Most of
them have voted for
BJP during the last Lok
Sabha and assembly
elections. They continue to support the party
even now. Therefore, it
is in the fitness of
things that Hindi
speaking candidates be
given 15% of tickets for
the coming NMMC election,” the letter goes on.
The Manch also
sounds disillusioned
with parties like Congress, Shiv Sena and
NCP. None of them
have done justice to
non-Maharashtrians, it
says and ends with a
call to all non-Maharashtrians to support
and looted jewelry
worth Rs5, 50,000 before fleeing. Meanwhile
as the owner returned
at 10:45pm he found
the jewelry missing and
lodged a complaint with
Vashi Police. In a similar incident, a burglar
broke in a flat in Shree
Krupa Apartments
building of sector 28 of
Vashi in broad daylight
and stole valuables
worth Rs 75,000. The
home owner Paresh
Paranjpe and his wife
had both been at work
while the theft occurred. Accordingly,
they have lodged a complaint against the accused with Vashi Police.
RPI Kamgar aghadi
demands safety gear
VASHI: Republican
Party of India
(Athavale faction)’s
Kamgar Aghadi has
demanded that
conservancy workers
employed by NMMC
be provided proper
safety gear. They
work in unclean
surrounding and
handle dirt and
therefore exposed to
all sorts of diseases.
“They should be
provided all neces-
sary safety gear like
masks, helmets,
gloves and gum
boots,” says a letter
sent to the Municipal
Commissioner by the
Aghadi. “It is also
necessary that these
workers be given
regular health check
up from time to
time. They should
also be given free
treatment at NMMC
hospitals,” the letter
bai Police for organising
such a useful awareness camp|! More such
interactions between
the people and the police will create a greater confidence and understanding and help to
prevent more crimes in
our city.
Cont. from pg. 1
Participants posed
their questions to Mr.
Vadudev More who
handled each one of
them with aplomb.
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Cinderella is a 2015 British romantic fantasy
film directed by Kenneth Branagh, from a
screenplay written by Chris Weitz. Produced by
David Barron, Simon Kinberg and Allison Shearmur
for Walt Disney Pictures, the story is inspired by
the fairy tale Cinderella by
Charles Perrault (with
some references from the
Brothers Grimm’s version
of the story). Although not
a direct remake, it
borrows many elements
from Walt Disney’s 1950
animated musical film of
the same name. The film
stars Lily James in the title
role as Ella (“Cinderella”)
with Richard Madden as
Prince Charming, Cate
Blanchett as Lady Tremaine (the Wicked
Stepmother), Sophie McShera as Drisella, Holliday
Grainger as Anastasia and Helena Bonham Carter
as The Fairy Godmother.
We begin with a loving family, a mother who
dies young of a fatal disease and a father who
remarries to provide a surrogate mother for Ella.
He dies on one of many business voyages, leaving
her in the hands of Lady Tremaine (nuanced Cate
Blanchett), and that explains why he doesn’t stop
her mistreatment of the girl: He never sees it.
Ella, played by Lily James, upholds her promise
to her parents to keep her courage high and remain
kind. When she meets a hunter in the woods, not
knowing he’s the prince, he asks about her living
conditions. “They treat me as well as they are able,”
she says diplomatically, thinking of her step-family’s
emotional problems.
Branagh and Weitz give Lady Tremaine a
backstory, too: She deeply loved her first husband,
saw him die early, then married Ella’s father for
financial security. She’s a bitter, aging woman
saddled with stupid, untalented daughters (Holliday
Grainger and Sophie McShera), and her second
husband never loved her for herself.
The fairy godmother (Helena Bonham Carter),
who narrates but appears in just one scene, provides
the moral: “Perhaps the greatest risk any of us will
ever take (is) to be seen as we really are.” Glass
slippers and lizards turned into footmen mean little,
unless we’re worth loving after the enchantment
The godmother casts her spell on a pumpkin,
which rocks and swells so violently it threatens to
crush Cinderella before exploding to reveal a golden
coach. Its rapid disintegration at the last stroke of
midnight, as the coachman turns back into a goose
and the horses into mice. Those mice, who chatter
to each other unintelligibly work to help Cinderella.
But Perrault has the final say, with his message of
forgiveness: Cinderella sends her step-family off
in the company of the wealthy Grand Duke (Stellan
Skarsgärd), who had opposed her marriage on
political grounds. Even they may be entitled to
happiness in another kingdom; in this “Cinderella,”
everyone has a chance at redemption.
Hunterrr is an Indian adult comedy film written
and directed by Harshavardhan Kulkarni. The film
features Gulshan Devaiah, Radhika Apte and Sai
Tamhankar in lead roles.
The movie revolves around one unassuming sex
addict and his lustful journey in life. Meet Mandar
Ponkshe played by Mr. Gulshan Devaiya, he is a
simple guy with no extra smart edge like a macho
man kind of image in the place where he is based,
having average looks and physique. However, he
has a talent to woo
woman. With his nerdy
and geeky ideas, he flirts
women and takes them to
his bed to enjoy sex.
Amidst all his efforts to
bring down woman to
enjoy his base desires, he
is seen indulged into
funny and strange kind of
funny situations. Amidst
his encounters for sex, he
comes across Trupti
played by Radhika Apte
and Jyotsna played by Sai Tamhankar. The film is
all about this man and way he indulges into several
situations till he gets a big one. How, he comes out
of the same is an interesting answer to find out,
catch the film to see the interesting film in the
The film has Gulshan Devaiya as Mandar
Ponkshe, Radhika Apte as Trupti, Sai Tamhankar
as Jyotsna, Sagar Deshmukh as Dilip, Veera
Saxena as Parul and Rachel D’Souza
The soundtrack is composed entirely by
Khamosh Shah, while the lyrics are penned by Vijay
Maurya, Swanand Kirkire & Azazul Haque. The
film has songs like “Hunterrr 303” sung by Bappi
Lahiri, “Chori Chori” by Arijit Singh and Sona
Mohapatra, “Thaali Hai Khaali” by Nakash Aziz,
“Naina” by Khamosh Shah, “Bachpan” by Amit
Trivedi, “Ye Naa Gade” by Anand Shinde and
Vaishali Made and “Dil Lagaana” by Altaf Raja.
Dilliwali Zaalim Girlfriend
Dilliwaali Zaalim Girlfriend is a Bollywood
romance comedy film directed by Japinder Kaur
and produced by Tarnpreet Singh and Manjeet Kaur
under JAP Films. The film features Divyendu
Sharma, Jackie Shroff, Prachi Mishra and Ira
Dubey in lead roles.
Dhruv (Divyendu Sharma) an aspirant IAS
officer, takes a private loan from a company in order
to buy a car in order to woo the girl he loves, Sakshi
(Prachi Mishra). Soon enough, life turns upside
down for him as he is unable to pay back the loan
and the car is seized.
From then on, begins
Dhruv’s encounters with
today’s super materialistic
girls (where money
comes above love), the
finance company, the
system and a hardened
criminal named Minocha
(Jackie Shroff).
The film has Divyendu
Sharma as Dhruv, Jackie
Shroff as Minocha, Prachi
Mishra as Sakshi, Ira
Dubey as Nimmy,
Pradhuman Singh as
Happy, Yo Yo Honey Singh in a special appearance
and Natalia Kapchuk in Tipsy Hogai Song
The soundtrack for the film is produced by TSeries. The film has songs like “Birthday Bash”
sung by Yo Yo Honey Singh and Alfaaz, “Tipsy
Hogai” by Rajveer Singh and Miss Pooja, “Zaalim
Dilli” by Jazzy B and Hard Kaur, “Tere Liye” by
Indeep Bakshi, “Janib (Duet Version)” by Arijit
Singh and Sunidhi Chauhan, “Janib (Female
Version)” by Sunidhi Chauhan, “Meri Marzi Teri
Raza” by Meet Bros Anjjan, “Saddi Dilli” by Millind
Gaba and “Maa De Dandeya” by Jassi Katyal.
Black Home
Black Home is a 2015 Hindi social drama thriller
film produced by Shri Vijay Kamble and coproduced by Mahesh R. Salunke under the banner
Samajik Samata Manch Film Company. The film
is written & directed by Ashish Deo. It’s a research
based film inspired by true incidents with lot of
information from media, news papers and real life
interviews of Remand Home girls to understand
the intensity of the subject. The music for the film
is scored by Akshay Hariharan and lyrics are
The movie has an
interesting plot. Rajawadi
Remand Home is in lot of
controversy because of
many illegal activities.
DK a news channel
bureau chief is all over it
again and wants to bring
the facts out. He is
surrounded with channel
politics. He uses a non
journalist Anjali to expose the racket and the dark
side of the society shows its ugly face. It unfolds
so many cruel realities of the crime & politics, which
we consistently ignore. System is not so easy to
expose. The film attempts to highlight the harsh
situations faced by kids in remand homes.
The film has actors like Ashutosh Rana, Chitrashi
Rawat, Murli Sharma, Simran
Sehmi, Sharad Ponkshe, Achint Cont. on pg. 7
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20 March, 2015
Free Health Check-Up Camp for Taloja
Jail inmates By Fortis Hospital Vashi
Exhibition on Fashion and
Interior Designing held
Diagnosing for a better view of life.
By Ashok Dhamija
Hospital Vashi organized a Free Heath
Check-up Camp at Taloja Jail, for the prisoners. More than 250 jail
inmates took the opportunity to get familiar
with health issues and
received tips from the
experts on how to take
care of themselves.
The Multi-specialty
Camp organized by Fortis Hospital Vashi included a number of free
Health check-ups like;
Body Mass Index
(BMI), Blood Pressure
(BP), Random Blood
Sugar, Electro Cardiogram (ECG), Bone Mineral Density (BMD),
Ear, Nose and Throat
The prisoners took keen interest during the check-ups
done and enthusiastically interacted the physicians
(ENT) and Dental
Check-ups which was
followed by Doctor consultation.
The prisoners took
keen interest in getting
the check-ups done and
enthusiastically inter-
acted the physicians,
raising queries on different issues related to
health and wellness.
The doctors were impressed by their conCont. on pg. 6
By Meena R Prashant
Livewires (J.D.
Institute of
Fashion &
Interior Designing) at Vashi
organized an
exhibition of
Fashion and
Interior Designing on 16 and 17
March, 2015.
During the two
day exhibition around
120 different creative
designs in fashion and
over 50 different ideas
in interior designing,
redefining the environment presented
first-hand ideas.
There were sketches which were prepared by the students
showing the strong
vision and the ability
to break new grounds
with new ideas. The
exhibition also showcased more than 50
unique garments in
special categories
which were creative,
imaginative and
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20 March, 2015
Modi’s visit to Sri Lanka
was a good move
During his two-day, four-city visit to Sri
Lanka, Prime Minister Narendra Modi signalled in more ways than one that he would
like to flag off a new start to India-Sri Lanka
ties, that could put them on track to the “golden chapter”. Modi has done well to focus on
strengthening India’s historical links with Sri
Lanka, invoking the ancient ethnic, linguistic and religious ties that bind them. Gently
offering a hand of friendship while reminding
Colombo that its promises to the Tamil minority must be kept, would serve India’s strategic interests well.
India’s engagement with neighboring countries had reached a new low, with most of the
countries feeling betrayed by Indian and they
were going under Chinese influence.
Historically, India was somewhat unenthusiastic to cultivating a mutually rewarding and
enduring relationship with its immediate
neighbours and other countries in Asia with
whom it had no strategic, territorial or serious trade related issues, with the exception of
Pakistan, and China and to a lesser extent
with Bangla Desh. As far as Sri Lanka was
concerned, India adopted a ‘blow-hot, blowcold ‘ approach, as per the evolving political,
security, and terrorism related needs in both
the countries. China exploited this fluid situation, in pursuit of its strategic goals via economic route, much to the disadvantage of India. The Bharatiya Janata Party government
with Modi as the PM recognized these weaknesses. The newness thus imparted in our foreign policy with our immediate neighbours and
other friendly nations in Asia will go a long
way to check Pakistan and reduce the impact
of China factor in the region.
Modi is doing his best to raise India’s profile abroad and ‘drum’ up business for India’s
economy. For too long India’s foreign policy
and trade with neighbouring countries has
been dormant. Modi wants to build strong economic, cultural and strategic ties with friendly and brotherly neighbours. Let’s hope that
he succeeds.
India will have to actively engage Sri Lanka and win trust. China’s growing investments
in infrastructure and its increasing presence
in the Indian Ocean will have to be stalled for
maritime security. Moreover minority Tamil’s
rights will be safeguarded provided the two
countries are on the right footing.
Modi should be congratulated on doing a
fantastic job during his visit to Sri Lanka. He
has started the Railway Line, constructed
house for the Tamil speaking population suffering from ravages of war, smoothened the
way for a two-way Tourist Traffic and given an
assurance of continued Economic Assistance
to Sri Lanka. Fantastic job!
Thus Modi has done it again with his impeccable simplicity and straight forwardness.
His visit to hand over India sponsored projects
to the SL Tamil community and its people was
a nice gesture and will give much more confidence to the Tamil Community in SL and people in TN too.
CR Weekly Premium Specials for
Nagpur, Gorakhpur & Varanasi
By Ashok Dhamija
MUMBAI: Central
Railway (CR) will run
76 Weekly Summer
Premium Specials to
clear the extra rush of
passengers during the
ensuing summer holidays. The details are
as under:
A) Mumbai-Nagpur Premium Superfast
02019 Premium Superfast Special will
leave Chhatrapati
Shivaji Terminus
(CST), Mumbai at 0025
hrs 0000every Sat from
4th April to 27th June,
2015 and reach Nagpur at 1430 hrs same
day. 02020 Premium
Superfast Special will
leave Nagpur at 1600
hrs on every Sat from
4th April to 27th June
and arrive CST Mumbai at 0615 hrs next
HALTS: Kalyan,
Nasik Road, Bhusaval,
Akola & Wardha
one First AC cum AC2 Tier, one AC-2 Tier,
Two AC-3 Tier, 12
Sleeper Class, one
Pantry Car
Bookings open on
25.3.2015 through Internet only for Train no.
02019/02020 leaving on
4th April, 2015. For remaining services book-
ings will open with 10
days Advance Reservation Period (excluding
the day of journey)
B) Lokmanya Tilak Terminus-Gorakhpur
Specials (26)
02047 Premium
Special will leave Lokmanya Tilak Terminus (LTT), Mumbai at
1550 hrs on every Thu
from 2nd April to 25th
June, 2015 and reach
Gorakhpur at 2230
hrs next day. 02048
Premium Special will
leave Gorakhpur at
0030 hrs on every Sat
from 4th April to 27th
June, 2015 and reach
LTT, Mumbai at 0815
hrs next day.
HALTS: Kalyan,
Habibganj, Jhansi,
Kanpur & Lucknow
Four AC-3 Tier, 12
Sleeper Class, one Pantry Car.
Bookings open on 23rd
Mar, 2015 through Internet only for Train
no. 02047 leaving on
2nd April 2015. For remaining services bookings will open with 10
days Advance Reservation Period (excluding
the day of journey)
C) Lokmanya Tilak Terminus-Varanasi Premium Spe-
Free Health...
Cont. from pg. 5
Booking Through Internet Only
cern for their health and happily obliged.
Dr. Bipin Chevale, Facility Director, Fortis
Vashi said: “Everyone deserves to be in good health,
irrespective of their circumstances, and so do the
inmates of the prison. We were happy to see such
a positive response from the inmates and were
surprised to know that they were so concerned
about health issues. There is a strong correlation
between the physical and emotional health. We
believe that these check-ups will encourage inmates to take better care of their health and look
at life in a far more constructive manner.”
Shamkant Shedge, Jail Administratorat Taloja Jail said, “We are happy to have conducted
health check-ups for the prisoners, who also have
a right to good health. We feel that the concern
for better health should encourage them to leave
their unlawful ways and get into the mainstream
at the earliest. We thank Fortis Hospital Vashi
for this initiative and are hopeful that these efforts will leave a positive impact on the minds of
the inmates.”
cials (24)
02069 Premium
Special will leave Lokmanya Tilak Terminus at 0045 hrs on every Mon from 6th April
to 22nd June, 2015 and
reach Varanasi at 0445
hrs next day. 02070
Premium Special will
leave Varanasi at 0600
hrs on every Tue from
7th April to 23rd June,
2015 and reach LTT,
Mumbai at 0815 hrs
next day.
HALTS: Kalyan,
Bhusaval, Jabalpur,
Satna & Chheoki.
Four AC-3 Tier, 12
Sleeper Class, one Pantry Car.
Bookings open on 27rd
Mar, 2015 through Internet only for Train
no. 02069 leaving on
6th April, 2015. For remaining services bookings will open with 10
days Advance Reservation Period (excluding
the day of journey)
Rohit Maiden World Cup Ton
Lights up India’s Convincing Win
0ver Bangladesh, Enter Semis
By Ashok Dhamija
Defending champions India cruised in to
the semi-final of the
iCC Cricket World Cup
2015 with an resounding 109 runs win over
their Asian neighbors
Bangladesh at the Melbourne
Ground, Australia to
India's Rohit Sharma celebrates his maiden Cricket World Cup century
against Bangladesh
stretch their unbeaten
run at the tournament
to seven games on
Thursday. India will
now play either Australia or Pakistan in the
last four stage in Sydney next week.
Batting first, India
compiled a overwhelming total of 302 for six
in their allotted 50
overs after being restricted to 155 for 3 at
the end of the 35th over
by Bangladesh who
showed they were no
pushovers with bowling
and fielding in their
first quarter-final appearance. Opener Rohit
Sharma (who is the
only Indian to have
scored two double ODI
centuries however averaged 31.80 in this edition of World Cup -159
runs from six innings)
overcame his patchy
form on the tour and
chose the big occasion
to come good again.
The stylish opener, who
last scored a century
(138 vs Australia in Tri
series at the very same
venue) opened his account with a well timed
boundary through covers off Bangladesh skipper Mashrafe Mortaza
in the very first ball of
their innings. He
stitched a 75-run stand
with Shikhar Dhawan
that laid a solid foundation for a later acceleration. Restricting his
natural stroke play he
had luck going his way
when on 90 as he was
Cont. on pg. 7
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Rohit Maiden...
declared not out for a catch in the deep of a waist
height Rubel Hossain’s delivery (no-balled by
square-leg umpire Aleem Dar in the 40th over with
score board reading 205 for 3), although television replays suggested otherwise. Rohit went on
to complete his maiden century (137 off 126 balls,
highlighted by 14 boundaries and three sixes) with
a couple in the company of south paw Suresh Raina who chipped in a with a quick fire 65 to add
122 runs (came together at 115 for 3 in the 28th
over) for the fourth wicket in 95 balls which included (50 runs in the mandatory five over batting power play). Raina however perished as he
top-edged Mortaza high in the air only to be caught
by wicket keeper Mushfiqur. Rohit however continued to build on the innings even though he lost
his skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni (6) to Bangladesh most successful bowler medium pacer
Taskin Ahmed (3/69) but latter fell to the same
bowler after he smashing him for six over deep
mid-wicket and boundary to square-leg. Short of
batting practice Ravindra Jadeja however took his
team past 300 with an unbeaten 10-ball 23,
Bangladesh who have been one of the most
improved sides in cricket and even knocked out
England to make the quarter-finals however found
India too hot and were bowled out for 193 in by
the end of the 44th over even though their openers
Tamim Iqbal and Imrul Kayes came out all guns
blazing. They accumulated 31 off the first six overs
but when they fell in successive balls in the next
over bowled by medium pacer Umesh Yadav (4/
31) the run-chase was doomed. Shikhar Dhawan
took a crucial juggled catch on the fine leg boundary rope to sent back Mohammad Mahmudullah
(21) who had scored two consecutive hundreds in
the Pool stage off Mohammed Shami in the 16th
over. Dhoni (three catches in the innings) the best
a diving catch that ended Soumya Sarkar (29) stay
off Shami in the 21st over and with it ended any
hopes of a Bangladesh upset who lost their last
seven wickets for addition of 103 runs .
M S Dhoni who became the first Indian skipper to register 100 ODI wins and 12th in ICC Cricket World Cup in his post match presentation said
“It has been good, we can’t shy away from the fact
that we are playing some good cricket, The good
thing is not many players from our side are in the
top run-scorers list, but the batting has performed.
Our bowlers who were struggling have improved
a lot bowling teams out for the seventh time in
this World Cup. It’s difficult to pin-point how it
changed. Cricket has a lot of abstracts, but we
need to do a lot of the small things right. Put in
the intensity and hope it all turns out.”
Man of the match Rohit Sharma who notched
his maiden World Cup century and seventh overall said “I wanted to bat as long as possible and
put the team into a good situation and the bowlers
did a fantastic job Batting at the top of the order,
it’s important to get big hundreds and I want to
make the most of it when I go out to bat and I’m
happy with the way it turned out. We played as a
team. Bowlers are taking wickets, batsmen are
scoring runs, and we just need to take this momentum into the semis.”
Brief scores: India - 302 for 6 in 50 overs (Rohit Sharma
137 (126b, 14x4s, 3x6s), Suresh Raina 65 (57b,7x4s, 1x6),
Shikhar Dhawan 30, Ravindra Jadeja 23*; Taskin Ahmed 3/69)
beat Bangladesh -193 all out in 44.6 overs (Nasir Hossain
35 (34b, 6x4s), Sabbir Rahman 30, Soumya Sarkar 29; Umesh
Yadav 4/31, Mohammed Shami 2/37, Ravindra Jadeja 2/42)
by 109 runs and 30 balls to spare.
Movie world..
to the 2012 sleeper hit film The Best Exotic
Marigold Hotel and features an ensemble cast
consisting of stars Judi Dench, Maggie Smith, Bill
Nighy, Celia Imrie, Penelope Wilton, Ronald Pickup,
Diana Hardcastle, Tamsin Greig, Tena Desae, Dev
Patel, Lillete Dubey, David Strathairn and Richard
Now that The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel is
full up with its long-term residents, co-managers
Muriel Donnelly (Maggie Smith) and Sonny Kapoor
(Dev Patel) have a dream of expansion, and they’ve
found just the place: The Second Best Exotic
Marigold Hotel. With plans underway, Evelyn and
Douglas (Judi Dench and Bill Nighy) venture into
the Jaipur workforce, wondering where their regular
breakfast dates will lead. Meanwhile, Norman and
Carol (Ronald Pickup and Diana Hardcastle)
navigate the swirling waters of an exclusive
relationship, as Madge (Celia Imrie) juggles two
very eligible
suitors, and
recent arrival
Gere) finds a
mother, Mrs.
K a p o o r
(Lillete Dubey) for his next novel. As his marriage
to Sunaina (Tina Desai), the love of his life, quickly
approaches, Sonny finds his plans for the new hotel
making more claims on his time than he has
available. Perhaps the only one who may know
the answers is Muriel, the keeper of everyone’s
secrets. As the big day nears, family and guests
alike find themselves swept up in the irresistible
intoxication of an Indian wedding.
The film has Judi Dench as Evelyn Greenslade,
Maggie Smith as Muriel Donnelly, Bill Nighy as
Douglas Ainslie, Celia Imrie as Madge Hardcastle,
Penelope Wilton as Jean Ainslie, Ronald Pickup as
Norman Cousins, Diana Hardcastle as Carol Parr
Tina Desai as Sunaina, Dev Patel as Sonny
Kapoor, Lillete Dubey as Mrs. Kapoor, Richard
Gere as Guy Chambers, David Strathairn as Ty
Burley and Tamsin Greig as Lavinia Beach.
Cont. from pg. 4
Cont. from pg. 4
Kaur, Amit Behl, Mohan Joshi, Santosh Juvekar,
Raju Kher and Neelu Kohli.
Music Director is Akshay Hariharan and Lyrics
are by Sahil Sultanpuri. The film has songs like “Tu
Aadi Hai” sung by
Asha Bhosle and Yadnesh
Raikar, “Kaanha Mose” by Akshay Hariharan,
“Mann Hai Bheega” by Suraj Jagan and “Mann
Hai Bheega (Sad)” by Akshay Hariharan.
The Vatican Museums 3D
Vatican Museums 3D, a SKY production in
collaboration with the Vatican Museums
Directorate, for the very first time brings Ultra HD
4K/3D film cameras inside the Vatican Museums
and the Sistine Chapel, to show the masterpieces
in these collections as they have never been seen
Thanks to a unique mix of native 3D and the
most advanced dimensional techniques used in
cinema by directors such as James Cameron and
Tim Burton, audiences can immerse themselves in
the great masterpieces of art history: “enter” the
paintings of Caravaggio
and, with unprecedented
realism, touch Laocoön
and the Belvedere Torso,
and feel swathed by the
figures in the Sistine
Chapel that have never
seemed so real before.
Director of the Vatican
Museums, Professor
expertly leads us through
the past, present and
future of the Vatican
Museums. From the
masterpieces of classic statues to the Cast of
Michelangelo’s Pietà, right up to Fontana’s modern
sculptures; from paintings by Giotto, Leonardo da
Vinci and Caravaggio to those by Van Gogh,
Chagall and Dalì; from the extraordinary frescos
in the Rooms of Raphael, such as “The School of
Athens” to the spectacular masterpieces by
Michelangelo in the Sistine Chapel such as the
“Creation of Adam” and the majestic “Last
The Divergent Series: Insurgent (also known
as Insurgent) is a 2015 science fiction action film
directed by Robert Schwentke, based on Insurgent,
the second book in the Divergent trilogy, written
by Veronica Roth. It is the sequel to the 2014 film
Divergent and the second installment in The
Divergent Series, produced by Lucy Fisher, Pouya
Shabazian and Douglas Wick, with a screenplay
by Brian Duffield, Akiva Goldsman, and Mark
The plot of Insurgent takes place three days
after the previous installment and continues to
follow Tris Prior; Tris
and Four are on the run
after evading a hostile
takeover from Jeanine
and the rest of Erudite.
The faction system in
Chicago is crumbling,
and everyone is
desperate for power
— and answers.
Tris (Shailene
Woodley) and Four
(Theo James) are now
fugitives on the run,
hunted by Jeanine
(Kate Winslet), the leader of the power-hungry
Erudite elite. Racing against time, they must find
out what Tris’s family sacrificed their lives to protect,
and why the Erudite leaders will do anything to
stop them. Haunted by her past choices but
desperate to protect the ones she loves, Tris, with
Four at her side, faces one impossible challenge
after another as they unlock the truth about the
past and ultimately the future of their world.
The Second Best Exotic
Marigold Hotel
The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel is a
2015 British comedy-drama film directed by John
Madden and written by Ol Parker. It is the sequel
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Kerela Trade Fair from 20 March at Urban Haat
By Chandrashekhar Hendve
Kerala Trade fair organized by Information Public Relations Department, Government of Kerala begins on 20 March, 2015 at Urban Haat,
Belapur,Navi Mumbai. This is the first time that
Government of Kerala is organizing a Trade Fair
at Maharashtra. K. C. Joseph, Minister for Information, Culture and Rural Development, Kerala
will inaugurate the fest at 5.00 pm on 20 March
at Urban Haat. Sagar Naik, Mayor of
Navi Mumbai Municipal Corporation
will be the Chief
guest and Manda
Mhatre, Member
of Legislative Assembly, Belapur
Constituency will
Government Departments, Public Sector Undertakings and Private Entrepreneurs will participate in the fair. Kerala spices, handicrafts, handloom, food products and traditional bamboo and
coir products are the highlights of the fair. Kudumbashree, the Government supported women
self help groups from Kerala will open food courts
with traditional Kerala cuisine. The team of Kudumbashree cafe unit had won Gold medal in India International Fair 2013 at New Delhi and Sil-
ver in 2014.
In addition to that, there will be cultural programmes in all days. Padmashree Mattannur
Sankaran Kutty will perform Thayambaka, concert of percussion instruments in the inaugural
session. Under aegis of Maharashtra Culture Department, a folk and traditional dance will follow.
Thereafter, Navarasa Academy, Nerul will perform a fusion dance.
22 nd ,
foundation will
present “OLD IS
GOLD”, ganamela.
On 24 th , Pattupura, Sasthamcottah will present
folk songs and art
forms .
Jayaprabha Menon and group will present Mohiniyattom.
On 28th, Vazhamuttom Chandrababu and
group will present Musical programme
On the final day, 29th March, Unnikrishnan
Pakkanar and team will present “Mulapadumravu”, a musical concert by using instruments made
of bamboo. There will be performances by Mumbai Malayali Associations and competitions for
children on all days.
Gudi Padwa to be
celebrated at
Inorbit Vashi in
Maharashtrian style
By Dinesh Kamath
Inorbit celebrates
Gudi Padwa with variety of festivities such as
the Lazim dance performance and guddi making workshop at Inorbit
On this festive occasion patrons are up for
a special treat at Inorbit malls, Vashi. Shoppers can shop for 1500
Rs. and get a chance to
win a trip to Thailand
as a mega prize, Breakfast for a couple at the
Four Points hotel and
gift vouchers. Shoppers
will also get many attractive offers at retail
stores on occasion of
guddi padwa.
So, come and celebrate Gudi Padwa only
at Inorbit Malls, Vashi.
Malls, Vashi
Dates: 21 March,
Jumbo Pathshala
Jumbo Pathshala - The Annual Concert of pre-school ‘Podar Jumbo Kids’ of sector-6, Vashi was celebrated with marvelous performances by children and endless applauds by
parents. The event was also enjoyed by the Chief Guest Ms. Jhumma Mitra (TV Actress) on 15 March, 2015. (By Chandrashekhar Hendve)
Student - Parent meet
CIDCO and the Educational NGO, Pratham, jointly organized a student-Parent meet on 18 and 19 March, 2015. The events organized for the benefit of airport PAPs were held
at ZP School, Chinchpada (Vadghar) and New English School, Chinchpada respectively. Representatives of Pratham were in the forefront of organizing activity filled
programmes on both days. (By Chandrashekhar Hendve)