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13-Year-Old Pune Girl Repeatedly Raped By Her Father, Uncle, Cousin: Cops

The Pune police have arrested the father, uncle and a cousin of a 13-year-old girl for allegedly repeatedly raping her, an official said on Sunday.

NDTV 24 Jun 2024 2:16 am

1 killed as NCP MLAs nephew hits bike with SUV

NCP MLA Dilip Mohite Patil's nephew Mayur Mohite was arrested for a fatal accident near Pune. The victim, Om Bhalerao, was hit by a speeding SUV. The driver did not stop to help. Pune Rural police are investigating.

The Times of India 24 Jun 2024 1:45 am

Family Arrested in Shocking Case of Repeated Rape of 13-Year-Old

Family Arrested in Shocking Case of Repeated Rape of 13-Year-Old In a horrifying revelation, Pune police have arrested the father, uncle, and cousin of a 13-year-old girl for allegedly repeatedly raping her, an official reported on Sunday. The incident came to light when the young survivor bravely recounted her ordeal during a school session on 'good touch and bad touch', according to authorities. Further investigations revealed that the cousin raped her in July 2023, followed by her uncle in January 2024, who assaulted her when she resisted. Her father also sexually abused her multiple times. The perpetrators, ranging from their 20s to 40s, have been booked under the IPC and POCSO Act.

devdiscourse 23 Jun 2024 11:58 pm

Students across India laud PM Modi for decision to exempt PG accommodation from GST

Students across India laud PM Modi for decision to exempt PG accommodation from GST Students from across the nation expressed their gratitude to Prime Minister Narendra Modi for the Union Cabinet's decision to remove Goods and Services Tax (GST) on paying guest (PG) and hostel accommodation. The GST Council earlier on June 22 exempted services of hostel accommodation outside educational institutions from GST. Accommodation services valued up to Rs 20,000 per person per month, provided for a continuous period of at least 90 days, will be exempt. Several students appreciated the decision and said that this will make higher education significantly more affordable and accessible for many across the country. Calling it a relief, Chitra, an MSc Horticulture student from Haryana pursuing her degree from Lovely Professional University, said, The GST on PG rentals was a significant added expense, and now we can redirect those funds towards our education and living costs. I am grateful to PM Modi for prioritizing the needs of students. Another student pursuing his engineering degree at LPU and hailing from Himachal Pradesh, Anshul Rana referred to the move as a estament to the government's commitment to academic growth. The elimination of GST on PG accommodations is a gamechanger. It will make higher education more accessible, especially for students from middle-class and underprivileged backgrounds. This is a true testament to the government's commitment to our academic and personal growth, Anshul Rana told ANI on Sunday. A Maharashtra Public Service Commission (MPSC) aspirant, Manoj from Maharashtra's Pune thanked the central government and said, I accept that this is a good decision taken by the government. I welcome it. A student from Punjab's Mohali said, Both parents and students look forward to something affordable. We, as students, look for other countries that are affordable to live in or for our tuition fees. The government of India has taken this step and it's helpful. Another student from Mohali called it a good decision coming from the ministry and said, it will benefit students and the parents. Students can save their money for higher education. A student from Rajasthan's Kota said, It is beneficial to the students and their parents because while coming here, we are worried about our parents. Though GST is a small amount, that amount of reduction in expense is also a huge support. This is a very good step. Another student from Kota said, Those students who could not afford to come to Kota can now do it because the hostel expenses will decrease. This is a very good step from the government. Varsity professors also lauded the government's decision and said that by eliminating the GST burden on PG housing, the government has demonstrated a strong commitment to empowering the youth and investing in the future of India. They also said that the benefits of this policy change will be far-reaching, as it will enable more students to pursue higher education without the added financial burden of GST on their living expenses. This decisive move by the Prime Minister is a significant step towards making India a global leader in affordable and accessible education. We deeply appreciate Prime Minister Modi's decisive action in removing the GST from PG accommodations, said Ashok Kumar Mittal, Member of Parliament (Rajya Sabha) and Chancellor of Lovely Professional University (LPU). This move will ease the financial strain on students and their families, allowing them to focus on their studies and unlock their full potential. It is a true win for the academic community in India, he added. Chancellor of Chandigarh University and Rajya Sabha member Satnam Singh Sandhu called it a very big historic decision and said that it is a very big relief to students and parents. In its third tenure, the Modi government has given a very big gift to the students of the country. So a large number of students used to live in PG or hostels away from the campus the burden of 12 per cent GST has been removed. This is a very big relief news for the students as well as for their parents, he said. This is a very big gift given by the Modi Government to the students. Apart from money, this is a very big encouragement. This is an indication that our new government is very concerned about the students of our country, Sandhu added. According to officials, prior to this change, PG owners had to navigate complex legal requirements and engage financial advisors to properly file GST returns, with the associated costs being passed on to the students. The GST on PG rentals was a significant added expense for us, both in terms of the tax itself and the administrative burden, said Sukhpreet Singh, a PG owner in Phagwara. Now, this burden has been lifted, and we can provide more affordable accommodation to students, he added. (ANI)

devdiscourse 23 Jun 2024 11:27 pm

Brother kills teen sister, stages death as suicide

The Indian Express 23 Jun 2024 10:44 pm

2 Men Seen On Camera Prepping 'White Powder' To Snort In Pune Bar

A video of two men preparing to snort drugs inside the toilet of a pub in Pune has been shared widely on social media.

NDTV 23 Jun 2024 6:16 pm

Maharashtra: NCP MLA`s Nephew Arrested After Car Hits Motorbike In Pune, 1 Dead

Khed NCP MLA Dilip Mohite Patil termed the incident as unfortunate and said he would not support any wrongdoing.

Zee News 23 Jun 2024 5:46 pm

Indian Solutions For Indian Problems, Indian Data For Indian Innovations: Dr Jitendra

PUNE, June 23 : Indian Solutions for Indian problems and Indian data for Indian Innovations as our spectrum, and even our human phenotype, is different from the rest of the world, said Dr. Jitendra Singh while addressing the 6th National Convention of Vigyan Bharati (ViBha) at MIT-ADT University, here. Click here to connect with us on WhatsApp Speaking on the occasion, Union Minister of State (Independent Charge) for Science and Technology, Minister of State (Independent Charge) for Earth Sciences, MoS [] The post Indian Solutions For Indian Problems, Indian Data For Indian Innovations: Dr Jitendra appeared first on Daily Excelsior .

Daily Excelsior 23 Jun 2024 5:18 pm

Maharashtra: Several injured after bus rams into tree in Pune

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The News Mill 23 Jun 2024 4:39 pm

Man killed as speeding car hits motorbike in Pune; NCP MLA's nephew held

A 19-year-old man was killed in a collision after a car, allegedly driven by the nephew of an NCP MLA, struck his motorbike on a highway in Maharashtra's Pune district. The incident occurred on a Saturday, and police noted that the car was speeding on the wrong side of the road. The accused, Mayur Mohite, was arrested.

The Economic Times 23 Jun 2024 4:35 pm

Tragic Accident: NCP MLA's Nephew Arrested After Fatal Collision

Tragic Accident: NCP MLA's Nephew Arrested After Fatal Collision A 19-year-old man was killed after a car, reportedly driven by Mayur Mohite, the nephew of an NCP MLA, hit his motorbike on a highway in Maharashtra's Pune district. Police arrested Mohite following the incident on Saturday, citing his car was speeding on the wrong side of the road. Khed NCP MLA Dilip Mohite Patil described the incident as unfortunate and vowed not to support any wrongdoing. The accident occurred around 9.30 pm on Saturday at Mauje Eklahare village on the Pune-Nashik highway in Ambegaon taluka. The victim was identified as Om Bhalerao. Senior police officials stated that the car, a Fortuner, collided head-on with the motorbike as Mohite was en route to Manchar village. The motorcyclist was severely injured and succumbed to his injuries. Both vehicles suffered extensive damage. Mohite has been arrested and a case registered against him under various Indian Penal Code sections, including 304 A, and provisions of the Motor Vehicles Act. Preliminary investigations suggested Mohite was not under the influence of alcohol, though his blood samples have been collected for confirmation. Legislator Dilip Mohite Patil assured reporters that although the incident is regrettable, he will not endorse any misdeeds. He affirmed his nephew, who is currently in police custody, does not consume alcohol. A separate incident on May 19 saw two IT professionals in Pune's Kalyani Nagar killed by a speeding Porsche driven by a 17-year-old, who was later apprehended.

devdiscourse 23 Jun 2024 4:31 pm

Twenty-five passengers injured as bus rams into tree in Pune

The accident took place at Sahajpur village near Yavat in Daund tehsil in Pune when the bus was on way from Pandharpur in Solapur district to Mumbai

Mid Day 23 Jun 2024 3:53 pm

Signify India's Role in Global Lighting Revolution

Signify India's Role in Global Lighting Revolution Signify's India market is gaining prominence daily as the company evaluates its manufacturing capacity in the country under the China Plus-One strategy, a senior official disclosed. Signify India's Vice-Chairman and Managing Director, Sumit Joshi, highlighted that the Indian market is not only vital for domestic business but also in propelling Signify's global growth from India. Formerly known as Philips Lighting, Signify India is instrumental in the design and R&D for the global lighting business, with a burgeoning role in the electronics ecosystem as semiconductor development advances. India's market is extremely crucial due to its domestic potential and the increasing global importance, Joshi told PTI. The company envisions India as a significant manufacturing base for global markets, driven by the China Plus-One strategy. Joshi noted that Indias electronics ecosystem is expected to mature over the next 6-7 years, despite the current lack of crucial components like semiconductors. A concerted effort by the government and private players will enhance this ecosystem, expanding the role of manufacturing, he added. Signifys R&D transformation in India is evident, spurred by the Indian government's successful PLI scheme for LED light manufacturing. The company has utilized this scheme for substantial capital investments and is keenly awaiting its next phase. Signify operates R&D facilities in Noida and Pune, an innovation lab in Bengaluru, and a manufacturing plant in Vadodara. Brands like Ecolink, created in India for the affordable segment, now operate in over 15 countries, with Signify exporting to around 15 markets from India. The Indian lighting industry, transitioning from CFL to LED, is witnessing growth driven by consumer upgrades to smart connected lighting. Joshi emphasized that the next phase of lighting evolution involves smart connected lighting, expected to see significant uptake in various sectors including hospitality, healthcare, and residential uses. The industrys shift towards efficient LED technology is also helping India in energy consumption.

devdiscourse 23 Jun 2024 3:31 pm

Home supply drops 13% in Apr-Jun due to fewer project launches: PropEquity

Fresh supply of housing units is estimated to decline 13 per cent during this quarter across nine major cities with builders launching less number of projects because of the general election, according to real estate data analytic firm PropEquity. PropEquity data shows that new housing supply in April-June is estimated to fall to 97,331 units across nine major cities as against 1,11,657 units in the year-ago period. Pune and Hyderabad are witnessing fewer launches during this quarter while the new supply in Delhi-NCR has almost doubled. Samir Jasuja, Chief Executive Officer & Managing Director of PropEquity, attributed the fall in new supply of housing units to the Lok Sabha election which took place in this quarter. The new supply is 7 per cent lower from the January-March quarter of this calendar year, he added. As per the city-wise data, new launches of residential properties in Delhi-NCR are likely to rise 95 per cent to 11,118 units during April-June this year from 5,708 ...

Business Standard 23 Jun 2024 3:10 pm

Pune girl hangs from top of a building in viral video, arrested for dangerous stunt

The city police have arrested a 23-year-old woman and her friend in connection with a dangerous stunt where the former hung from the roof of a building for a video reel on social media.

Web Dunia 23 Jun 2024 11:53 am

Pune MLA's Nephew Arrested After SUV Hits Bike On National Highway, 1 Dead

A 19-year-old man has died after a car driven by the nephew of a Maharashtra MLA hit a bike on Pune-Nashik national highway last night.

NDTV 23 Jun 2024 11:26 am

One dead after SUV knocks motorcycle near Pune, MLA's nephew held

Om Sunil Bhalerao, 19, died in a motorcycle accident near Eklahare village. Mayur Mohite was arrested for negligence. Inspector Arun Phuge stated the SUV driver collided with Bhalerao's motorcycle. The incident occurred around 9pm, and the driver was immediately taken into custody.

The Times of India 23 Jun 2024 10:59 am

Maharashtra: 19-year-old killed in road accident; NCP MLA's nephew arrested

A 19-year-old teenager was sadly killed in a car accident on the Pune Nashik Highway near Kalamb hamlet in Pune's Manchar. The nephew of NCP MLA Dilip Mohite Patil was detained in connection with the ...

Bing 23 Jun 2024 9:30 am

OBC activists suspend hunger strike as Maharashtra government assures in writing it will protect their quota

OBC activists suspended their hunger strike after state govt assurance on reservation protection, with CM Shinde promising resolution through all-party meeting.

The Times of India 23 Jun 2024 8:50 am

Climate change: Volcanic eruption of heatwaves

NEW DELHI : This summer has seen among the longest prolonged heatwave periods in Indias meteorological history. Soaring temperatures of 45-50C - some places reported over 50C - continued for over a month in May and June in the Northwest region. Multiple fire accidents during the same period added to the distress, severely taking its toll on the health and medical infrastructure of the country. The record breaking spell of excess heatwaves created a domino effect and a perfect storm for a series of disasters. It all began with the massive wildfires in Uttarakhand and Himachal Pradesh, affecting the quality of air and increasing the heat-trapping greenhouse gases. Frequent incidents of fire in hospitals and high rises followed, leading to unfortunate loss of lives. The demand for electricity to run cooling equipment shot up like never before. And Delhi is witnessing an unprecedented drinking water crisis. On June 6, Union Cabinet Secretary Rajiv Gauba chaired a meeting of the National Crisis Management Committee to review the preparedness to deal with heatwaves and forest fires. Earlier, on June 2, Prime Minister Narendra Modi chaired a meeting on forest fire incidents and directed mitigation efforts with more alacrity. Rise in fire cases An unusually long period of severe heatwave made the situation unbearable in the Northwest. Cities recorded an unprecedented rise in fire emergencies. For instance, the Delhi Fire Service has been getting as many as 100-200 SOS calls every day. The only parallel for this level of intensity of calls is during Diwali where cracker accidents keep the fire service department on their toes. The first 20 days of June this year witnessed a 155% rise in fire SOS calls compared to the same period in Delhi last year. In June 2023, the Delhi Fire Service reported 997 fire calls; the corresponding figure this year is 2,549. Even the loss of lives reported during the same period was double that of the previous year. Moreover, April and May recorded an increase in fire cases and the number of deaths. Distress calls zoomed, which include animal and bird rescue calls. Overloaded electrical outlets increased the strain on the systems significantly, heightening the fire risk. It was responsible for 70% of the residential or commercial complex fires, said Atul Garg, Directorate General Fire Services, Civil Defence and Home Guards, Union home ministry to this newspaper. Besides, there are a number of cases where commercial establishments flout fire safety norms, like the gaming zone blaze in Gujarats Rajkot that killed 27 weekend revellers and the one at a children's hospital in Delhi where seven babies died. Reports suggest that Delhi witnessed over 66 hospital fires in the past two years. Hospitals have a confluence of factors that heighten fire risk, said Keerthi DSouza, a fire safety auditor with Life Giver Assurance Services, Bengaluru. High concentrations of oxygen in intensive care units, neonatal intensive care units, and operation rooms create an environment ripe for combustion, she explained. Additionally, split air conditioners, commonly used in these areas, can malfunction and ignite. Furthermore, cost concerns may lead hospitals to neglect essential fire safety measures, putting lives at stake,said DSouza. According to the latest National Crime Record Bureau data, 7,435 people died in 7,566 fire accidents across the country in 2022. Rising urban fire is a combination of high temperature, extremely dry conditions and the absence of sufficient green spaces, said Monalisa Sen of ICLEI, which works on urban sustainable development. Fire cases get further compounded with poor urban planning, Sen added. The load of the intense heat falls on the air conditioning (AC) system. Compressors in the air conditioners, which are exposed to direct sunlight, have been known to catch fire. For instance, a fire in a garment company in the Delhi-NCR region began at the AC unit from where it quickly spread and triggered an LPG cylinder blast. Bursting of AC is because of overheating and overloading, said R Srinivas, a former Town Planner. Direct exposure of the AC to sunlight leads to overheating of condensers, which reduces its efficiency and keeps the room warmer. So, the thermostat doesn't come into play and the AC works longer, leading to overheating and fire accidents, he added. Urban heat island The rise in the number of migrant populations in urban areas led to an increase in unplanned urbanisation. Buildings came up in encroached forest areas and water bodies, which are essential for regulating heat in urban areas. For instance, in the 1970s, there were over 200 water bodies in Delhi and its surrounding areas. Now, only 20 such lakes exist. Consequently, cities have turned into urban heat islands where buildings, roads and other infrastructures absorb and re-emit heat, making the urban jungle several degrees hotter than the surrounding rural areas. High-rise buildings and the concrete setup in the cities do not let the excess heat escape at night. As the structures fail to cool down, the heatwave continues into the night. Open green spaces and natural environments with trees can help release the heat faster during the night, said Dr Roxy Mathew Koll, climate scientist at the Indian Institute of Tropical Meteorology in Pune. Koll explained that people do not appreciate natural spaces as much as they do skyscrapers. Add to that some haphazard city planning, poor architecture and unsustainable construction, and the recipe for an urban heat island is complete, said Koll. The longest streak of heatwaves led to a record power demand in Delhi. The all-time high demand in the Capital this year was of a whopping 8,647 MW. Another record was of Delhis peak power demand crossing 7,000 MW for the 30th consecutive day. On the business side, the cooling equipment industry hasn't had it this good in years. Its sales volume has gone up by over 40% this year as compared to last summer. In fact, manufacturers of branded ACs flew in critical parts from abroad to meet the unexpectedly high demand. However, reports on regular power outages from various parts of Delhi-NCR added to the people's misery. It increased the health risk to children and the elderly. The current drinking water crisis in the Capital and its surrounding areas, with the Delhi government accusing Haryana of less supply of water, pushed the city to its brink. Health emergency Recent visuals of unclaimed bodies bound in white and polybags strewn outside hospitals in Delhi-NCR due to lack of space in mortuaries captured the plight of the marginalised lot. Reports suggest that the relentless spell of heatwaves claimed multiple lives of the destitute and the homeless. The videos went viral on social media and evoked strong reactions. However, the official heatwave toll compiled from across the country recently stood at just 143, while only around 42,000 people suffered from heat stroke between March 1 and June 20. But experts are not convinced the data captures the actual situation on the ground. For example, the Centre for Holistic Development, a Delhi-based non-profit, claimed that 278 homeless people have been found dead on Delhi-NCR streets this month alone till June 19 due to severe heatwaves. Delhis largest crematorium, Nigambodh Ghat, is busier than ever. The average cremation count per day is 142, up from 60 before the heatwave. Even during the severe cold wave, the peak daily cremation was 90. Only when the Covid-19 pandemic struck, the per day cremation at Nigambodh Ghat was 253. Our body is not prepared for such a level of warming in this unprecedented summer heat, says well known environmentalist Sunita Narain, Director General of the Centre for Science and Environment. Besides, a new analysis shows that Indians are getting less sleep due to rising nighttime temperature above the 25C threshold. Mumbai tops the list among the metros while the situation is the worst in the East. This decidedly is something policy makers need to sleep on and evolve quick solutions.

The New Indian Express 23 Jun 2024 7:49 am

Cong workers clash on day of Patoles visit to city

The Times of India 23 Jun 2024 5:19 am

2 yrs on, Temghar repairs pending for want of funds

The Times of India 23 Jun 2024 5:18 am

Ratnagiri boss Nashik to retain MPL T20 crown

The Times of India 23 Jun 2024 5:15 am

Trio held in Aundh murder case in magisterial custody

The Times of India 23 Jun 2024 5:11 am

Pothole complaint app in Pune division from July 1

The Times of India 23 Jun 2024 5:09 am

Faster train travel between Pune & Mum only next year

The Times of India 23 Jun 2024 5:08 am

Key climate patterns keep June rain at 17% below normal

The Times of India 23 Jun 2024 5:07 am

PCB removes 40 illegal stalls, residents seek more action

The Times of India 23 Jun 2024 5:04 am

Citizens flag HCMTR modifications

The Times of India 23 Jun 2024 5:04 am

Involve authorities outside MIDC to boost infra: Panel

The Times of India 23 Jun 2024 5:02 am

Vehicle thief who escaped re-arrested in just over 24 hrs

The Times of India 23 Jun 2024 4:58 am

Pawar push to AI in agri sector

The Times of India 23 Jun 2024 4:48 am

FCI Pune, PCMC Academy 'B' win games in Pune League

FCI Pune, PCMC Academy 'B' win games in Pune League Food Corporation of India, Pune and PCMC Academy 'B' were involved in high-scoring encounters in the Senior and Junior Division of the Hockey Pune League 2024-25, conducted under the aegis of Hockey Maharashtra, at the Major Dhyanchand Stadium, Nehrunagar-Pimpri on Saturday. In a late afternoon encounter, Food Corporation of India, Pune thumped PCMC Academy 8-3 with being the top scorer in a Senior Division encounter. Food Corporation of India, Pune were the first to score through Bheem Batala (3rd and added another later in the game in the 46th minute. Later, Ajay Naidu added a brace (10th and 59th off successive penalty corners 56th - p.c, 59th - p.c). The other goal scorers were Venkatesh D (22nd), Raj Patil (23rd) and Akash Pawar (25th), a release said. For PCMC Academy, Hargude Arjun (15th - p.c) and (48th) netted a brace and Abhishek Mane (43rd) added one to make the final tally. The day began with PCMC Academy 'B' playing on their home ground get the better of Kids Hockey Academy 6-2 in the Junior Division and earn full points in their Pool-A encounter. PCMC Academy 'B' were quick to score with Adiraj Singh (2nd) and Prince Patiyal (3rd) opening up a 2-0 lead. However, Kids Hockey Academy pulled one back through Akash Sawant (22nd) off a penalty corner to make the score 2-2 at half-time. Changing ends, PCMC Academy 'B' netted four more Aditya Khude 24th; Numair Shaikh 40th; Prem Vijendra 44th and Prince Patiyal (45th) added his second goal of the match. Kids Hockey Aademy had Akash Singh (60th) net his brace and round off the scoreline. The other Junior Division match between PCMC Club and Pune Magicians in Pool-B was not played as PCMC Club failed to turn up for their encounter. Results: Junior Division: Pool-A: PCMC Academy 'B': 6 (Adiraj Singh 2nd; Prince Patiyal 3rd; 45th; Aditya Khude 24th; Numair Shaikh 40th; Prem Vijendra 44th) bt Kids Hockey Academy: 2 (Akash Sawant 22nd - p.c; Akash Singh 60th - p.c). HT: 2-0 Senior Division: Food Corporation of India, Pune: 8 (Ajay Naidu (10th - p.c, 56th - p.c, 59th - p.c; Bheem Batala 3rd, 46th; Venkatesh D 22nd; Raj Patil 23rd; Akash Pawar 25th) bt PCMC Academy: (Hargude Arjun (15th - p.c, 48th); Abhishek Mane (43rd). HT: 4-1 Sunday's Schedule: Junior Division, Pool-A: Poona Hockey Academy v Hockey Lovers Academy - 10.00 a.m Junior Division, Pool-B: Kids Hockey Academy v Friends Union Club - 11.15 a.m. (ANI)

devdiscourse 22 Jun 2024 11:58 pm

Bharatnatyam with a twist narrates the story of women

The Indian Express 22 Jun 2024 10:54 pm

East Bengal FC Signs Rising Star Mark Zothanpuia Until 2027

East Bengal FC Signs Rising Star Mark Zothanpuia Until 2027 East Bengal FC announced on Saturday the signing of promising India U-23 player Mark Zothanpuia on a three-year contract, set to run until the end of the 2026-27 season. Zothanpuia, a versatile footballer, can play in both midfield and defense. Welcoming the young talent, Vibhash Vardhan Agarwal of Emami Group described Mark as 'one of the most versatile young players in India,' a valuable addition to the squad. 'The future is bright for him, and well nurture him to bring out his best abilities,' Agarwal commented. The Emami Group holds the majority stake in East Bengal FC. Head coach Carles Cuadrat highlighted Zothanpuia's versatility, noting, 'Mark is a young player with excellent qualities. His versatility will allow us to consider him for different roles to help the team. He has gained a decent amount of ISL experience and is joining Emami East Bengal at the right phase of his career to reach the next level as a player. We'll provide him the right environment to ensure his growth and success.' Born in Mizoram, Zothanpuia was part of FC Pune City's youth team and Hyderabad FC's reserve team before being promoted to Hyderabad FC's first team in the 2020-21 season. The 22-year-old made a name for himself last season, starting regularly for Hyderabad FC and becoming one of their key players. He was part of HFC's 2021-22 ISL Cup-winning squad. Zothanpuia has played a total of 1,971 minutes across 24 matches last season, predominantly as a midfielder. He adapted seamlessly to the left-back position, which earned him a spot in the India U-23 squad. In the 2023-24 ISL, Zothanpuia registered 1 assist, an 81% passing accuracy, 23 key passes, 73 successful duels, 95 recoveries, 20 interceptions, and 26 clearances, creating 24 chances in 18 appearances. Expressing his excitement, Zothanpuia said, 'It's a dream for any young Indian player to play for a big club like East Bengal. Kolkata is the Mecca of Indian football and I can't wait to experience the amazing support from the East Bengal fans. I am grateful to Coach Carles and the Emami East Bengal management for showing faith in me.' The player registration is subject to the completion of regulatory processes.

devdiscourse 22 Jun 2024 7:31 pm

Industrialist expecting relief on tax, reducing GST rates from govt

Pune, June 22 : Ahead of Union Budget, which will presented in July after the formation of a new BJP-led NDA government at the centre, Pune industrialists are expecting relief from tax and a reduction in the rates of GST. In view of the upcoming budget, industrialists have started to put their demands before the government. The meeting of the Goods and Services Tax (GST) Council under the chairmanship of Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman is taking place at the national [] The post Industrialist expecting relief on tax, reducing GST rates from govt appeared first on Daily Excelsior .

Daily Excelsior 22 Jun 2024 4:31 pm

NCP (SP) Won't Settle For Less Seats In Maharashtra Assembly Polls, Says Pawar In Party Meeting

Pawar held two meetings in Pune on Friday, one with the party's functionaries from Pune city and district and another with its MLAs and newly-elected MPs.

Bing 22 Jun 2024 3:58 pm

Pune, Chennai | The Socio-ethical Aspects of Juvenile Crime and Juvenile Justice

Many ethical questions about juvenile crime and juvenile justice remain contested.

The Quint 22 Jun 2024 2:30 pm

NCP (SP) won`t settle for less in assembly seat-sharing, hints Sharad Pawar

Sharad Pawar held two meetings in Pune on Friday, one with the party`s functionaries from Pune city and district, and another with its MLAs and newly-elected MPs

Mid Day 22 Jun 2024 1:16 pm

Stunt for reel: Pune Police add charge of attempt to commit culpable homicide

Pune: City police on Friday added section 308 of the IPC which pertains to `attempt to commit culpable homicide' against a man and a woman who performed a life-threatening stunt for creating a short video for social media. In the `reel' or video which went viral on Thursday, the woman is seen hanging precariously, holding the man's hand, from the roof of a deserted building in Narhe area off Mumbai-Bengaluru highway. The police took note of the video and registered a case against them under Indian Penal Code section 336 (endangering life or personal safety of others). An additional section, 308, has been invoked now, said an official of Bharti Vidyapeeth police station on Friday. Both the accused are athletes, he said, adding that they were summoned to the police station and served a notice with reprimand. Under section 308, a person can face imprisonment of up to three years. Police on Friday also appealed to the people not to indulge in such perilous acts for the sake of fame.

Deccan Chronicle 22 Jun 2024 11:12 am

'Sambhavami Yuge Yuge' Movie Review: Bridging ancient wisdom with present-day realities

The title Sambhavami Yuge Yuge draws a connection to ancient mythology, echoing Lord Sri Krishnas pledge in the Bhagavad Gita to reincarnate across ages to uphold righteousness. Chetan Chandrashekar ingeniously intertwines this timeless mythos with the rustic backdrop of contemporary India, skillfully reimagining the epic saga of Arjuna and Krishna within the confines of a modern village. At the heart of the narrative is Arjun (Jayaram Shetty), a young and dynamic leader who navigates the intricacies of the village panchayat with unwavering dedication. His initiatives to address fundamental needs like clean water and a cooperative dairy earn him the respect and admiration of the villagers. However, the arrival of DC Pratap (Pramod Shetty) disrupts this harmonious equilibrium, sparking a clash of egos that threatens the villages progress. As tensions mount, the film compellingly examines whether Arjuns visionary leadership can withstand external pressures or whether the village will succumb to unforeseen challenges. Amidst these trials, personal tragedies, such as the heartbreaking loss of his mother, test Arjuns resilience and determination. Arjun has lawyer Krishna (Ashok Kumar Balakrishnan) to stand by him through thick and thin. Director Chetan Chandrasekhar constructs a vivid rural milieu, seamlessly weaving mythological elements into the everyday lives of the villagers. His meticulous attention to detail immerses the audience in the struggles and triumphs of the characters, while also exploring overarching themes of governance, heroism, and the perennial clash between tradition and progress. While Sambhavami Yuge Yuge stumbles with pacing issues and needs tighter execution, its rustic charm and storytelling might deeply connect with viewers who appreciate narratives rooted in the essence of rural India. The film strikes a balance of comedy, sentiment, and action, appealing to all kinds of audiences despite its minor imperfections. The ensemble castincluding Nisha Rajput, Pramod Shetty, Sudharani, Bhavya, Madhura Gowda, Abhay Puneeth, Bala Rajwadi, and Ashwin Haasando whatever they can to help propel the story. In conclusion, Sambhavami Yuge Yuge offers an exploration of enduring themes amidst contemporary challenges. It revitalises notions of heroism and governance, effectively bridging ancient wisdom with present-day realities. Sambhavami Yuge Yuge Director: Chetan Chandrasekhar Cast: Jayaram Shetty Ashok Kumar Balakrishnan, Pramod Shetty, Sudharani, Bhavya, Madhura Gowda, Abhay Puneeth, and Bala Rajwadi Rating : 2.5/5

The New Indian Express 22 Jun 2024 10:58 am

Beyond key expands operations with new office in Pune

The office offers a comprehensive suite of IT services, including digital transformation and product engineering, to clients worldwide

The Hindu Businessline 22 Jun 2024 9:18 am

Pune Porsche case: Court grants bail to teens father accused of manipulating blood samples

The father of the accused teenager is in police custody in connection with manipulation of blood samples

OpIndia 22 Jun 2024 9:04 am

NCP (SP) wont settle for less in assembly seat-sharing, says Pawar

Pune: The NCP (SP) agreed to contest fewer seats than its Maha Vikas Aghadi (MVA) allies during the Lok Sabha elections but the situation would be different in the assembly polls, a party leader has quoted its supremo Sharad Pawar as saying. Pawar held two meetings here on Friday, one with the partys functionaries from Get the latest updates in Hyderabad City News , Technology , Entertainment , Sports , Politics and Top Stories on WhatsApp & Telegram by subscribing to our channels. You can also download our app for Android and iOS .

The Siasat Daily 22 Jun 2024 8:57 am

NCP (SP) won't settle for less in assembly seat-sharing: Sharad Pawar

The NCP (SP) agreed to contest fewer seats than its Maha Vikas Aghadi (MVA) allies during the Lok Sabha elections but the situation would be different in the assembly polls, a party leader has quoted its supremo Sharad Pawar as saying. Pawar held two meetings here on Friday, one with the party's functionaries from Pune city and district, and another with its MLAs and newly-elected MPs. City NCP (SP) chief Prashant Jagtap, who attended the first meeting, said Pawar told the gathering that the party contested fewer seats in the Lok Sabha polls just to ensure that the alliance with the Shiv Sena (UBT) and Congress remained intact. He indicated that the picture in the assembly polls will be different, said Jagtap. The NCP (SP) chief also reviewed the situation in assembly segments within the Pune, Baramati, Maval and Shirur Lok Sabha constituencies, he said. A party leader who attended the second meeting said Pawar exhorted the MPs and MLAs to be prepared for the assembly ...

Business Standard 22 Jun 2024 8:57 am

Rising night temp leading to lesser sleep, finds study

NEW DELHI: Night-time temperature rising above threshold level 25C is leading to inadequate sleep among Indians, as per a new analysis. While Mumbai tops among the metros, the Eastern part of the country is the worst where sleeplessness is higher. Higher night-time temperatures can cause physiological discomfort and impact human health by preventing body temperature from cooling off during the night, increasing mortality risks. Studies show that above the 25 C tropical threshold, sleep quality deteriorates and makes it harder for people to recover from the heat of the day. The new analysis carried out by independent research organisations Climate Central and Climate trends shows that between 2018 and 2023, climate change is leading to a rise in night-time warming, which is impacting sleep quality and human health in Unfortunately, night-time temperatures have increased even more rapidly than daytime temperatures, eroding quality human sleep that can have a range of impacts such as impairing cognitive functioning, negatively affecting childrens brain development, and making workplace accidents more likely. Among the metro cities, Mumbai has seen the highest changes in the night time temperatures, with the city experiencing an additional 65 days of warmer nights whereas Delhi added four warmer nights. Moreover, the condition is getting worse in West Bengal and Assam. Cities like Jalpaiguri, Guwahati, Silchar, Dibrugarh and Siliguri experience between 80 and 86 additional days each year above the 25C threshold. Several cities across India saw between 15 and 50 additional days where the minimum temperatures exceeded 25C due to the influence of climate change, including Jaipur, with an additional 19 hot nights attributable to climate change. The high-rise buildings and concrete setup in the cities do not let the excess heat escape during the night, said Dr Roxy Mathew Koll, Climate Scientist, Indian Institute of Tropical Meteorology, Pune. As the temperatures do not cool down, the heatwave continues into the night. Open green spaces and natural environments can help release the heat, he added.

The New Indian Express 22 Jun 2024 8:16 am

Maharashtra ATS puts up court notice on door of terror accused in Karnataka

BHATKAL (UTTARA KANNADA): A Maharashtra Anti-Terror Squad (ATS) which came to Bhatkal in search of a terror accused has put a court notice on the door of his house. A few days ago, a person from Banavasi was picked up for questioning in connection with his alleged terror links. Even as the matter is still fresh in the minds of people, the ATS from Maharashtra came to arrest the accused. Armed with a court order, they zeroed in on his house in Navayath Colony in Bhatkal. However, on finding that he is not in the house and is absconding, the ATS pasted the notice on the door of his house which reads, A complaint has been made before me (VR Kachre, Special Judge, Under UAPA Act, Pune) that the accused number 1 Abdul Kadir Sultan alias Moulana Sultan is a resident of Bhatkal, Uttara Kannada. He is punishable under section 10 and 13 of Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act 1967. Since he is absconding, he is required to appear at District Session Court, Pune, before this court in connection with the case on 21 June, 2024. Sultan is said to be wanted in a blast case in Pune. However, he is said to be absconding for the last one year.

The New Indian Express 22 Jun 2024 8:14 am

Kale, Parakh down Kolhapur, take Nashik into final

The Times of India 22 Jun 2024 5:38 am

FYJC round 1 list on June 27

The Times of India 22 Jun 2024 5:30 am

6 youths booked in Talegaon Dabhade

The Times of India 22 Jun 2024 5:26 am

Govt okays second CET for BBA, BMS, BCA admissions

The Times of India 22 Jun 2024 5:26 am

Bus runs over gram sevak job aspirant in Warje

The Times of India 22 Jun 2024 5:25 am

Liquor shops face unruly behaviour from minors

The Times of India 22 Jun 2024 5:24 am

Man held for firing in air to extort 2k

The Times of India 22 Jun 2024 5:23 am

Cops unearth plot by trio to kill sr citizen

The Times of India 22 Jun 2024 5:15 am

Drunk lawyer manhandles constable over identity proof

The Times of India 22 Jun 2024 5:12 am

CRs first Kavach system on Mumbai-Howrah route

The Times of India 22 Jun 2024 5:03 am

BoM pays dividend of 857cr to finance minister for FY24

The Times of India 22 Jun 2024 5:00 am

Wakad resident loses 10 lakh in courier fraud

The Times of India 22 Jun 2024 4:51 am

Cultural meet at Balgandharva hall

The Times of India 22 Jun 2024 4:50 am

At party meet, Pawar says he had to keep MVA intact

The Times of India 22 Jun 2024 4:47 am

NCP (SP) chief Sharad Pawar hints at seeking larger seat share in upcoming Maharashtra assembly polls

NCP (SP) chief Sharad Pawar met with Pune city and district functionaries, as well as MLAs and newly-elected MPs, to assess the current political landscape.

Bing 22 Jun 2024 2:28 am

Teen's dad, 5 representatives of 2 pubs get bail

A special court in Pune granted bail to six individuals, including the father of a 17-year-old involved in a fatal Porsche Taycan crash. The teenager crashed the car, killing two software engineers. The father and pub staff were implicated for various offenses under the Juvenile Justice Act related to the fatal car crash.

The Times of India 22 Jun 2024 1:54 am