Wednesday, December 31, 2008

Citizens to help electoral officers reach voters in Mulund for completion of voting id formalities

The Electoral Registration office, Mulund takes help of the active citizens in the vicinity to reach out to population of 2, 17, 000 starting from today onwards. Reason being these locals are well acquainted with the place and share good rapport with the people of the same locality which election officials find difficult to.

Non-Government Organisations (NGO) like AGNI, active locals and political party members have come forward to help these officials in this initiative. By March end everyone would be with voting identity cards, claims officials

"We have sufficient staff but problem is that our officers are restricted in several societies. In order to overcome this issue, we have asked locals from Mulund to help us reach the masses on a faster basis," said Sundeep Kalambe, Electoral Registration officer, Mulund.

While talking to one of the local on anonymity, out there to help these officers said, "Their problem is genuine and due to the terror attacks societies have become strict in its operations. Officers are new to the area and it's time consuming job for them trace the desired addresses. By our help, they can complete their formalities at a better speed."

To make this process simple, they have a form OO1B of these voters. "This form will be carrying all the details expect the photo and signature of the voter. Our representatives reaching out to them need to just verify the details and provide them this form, which will have to be submitted by them at the centre on the specified date mentioned," added Kalambe.

Officials will be moving in the area from Monday to Wednesday and if required on Thursdays also. Visiting door to door to reach to the voters would be the first step in this process. In the second phase, these forms would be collected from them at the 52 different centres in Mulund.

"This process will help us in catching hold of bogus voters too. While the genuine voters will receive their cards before March end," said Kalambe.

Tuesday, December 30, 2008

Accident at vashi mahape silphata A Milk tenkar dash taxi

cleaner of milk tankar

to avoid pot hools on road milk tanker derived from right he was not in tremendous speed at dash taxi coming from fount taxi no MMT 3960owner Sunil Thaper 9821027826 driver is admited to vashi municipal hospitel and case is at kopar kharne police stn. milk tenker no MH 17 T 3279

Mulund MSEDCL cabin open no door from 6 mounth

Unknown Tata Safari parked near Mulund Sarvoday Temple from last 12 days

A Tata Safari Jeeps MH 20 E 6336 was parked Near Sarvoday Jain Deraser from last 12 days local residence and shopkeepers informed local bitmarshal they checked it and went away beform 2 day on today on 29th dec 2008 at 7pm the bitmarshal again show the Jeeps is laying and many dust is on the Jeep inside there were 2 gags many emty bisleri botels toolbox then they informed Mulnd Sr. inspecxtor Prakash Landge he send Pi. Patil and Psi Prabhakar Gadve with constable and Psi Jadav Boom Scoud Specialist to see the jeep they checked it and found nothing danger and towed jeep to mulund police station next day a person came to claim that the kolhapor passing jeep 1st owner is at kolhapur and he has purchased from him and stays in mulund their was some problen in jeep so he parked near SARVODAY JAIN DERASER and went away he was not bother to repair it police asked him papers of ownership of this jeep he was unable to produce the papers and jeep is still under mulund police the pnrnews editor Nitin Maniar taking to psi Gadve he tooled the Owner will be Chareged no paring fine and other 4 fines the some of amounf Rs. 4000/- to 6000/- may be and jeep will be handed over when owner will produce the original papers that of ownership of this jeep and police will be satisfide by the papers only.

dear reders when ever u find some thing like this allways call police on 100 or local police station or you doen;t whant to come in frount just call me 9820203860 Editor Nitin Maniar and do first thing take photographs with digitel camera or mobile camera and mms to 98202303860

Sunday, December 28, 2008

Centrel Railway at Mulund a Badlapur fast Train Broken Pentograph while changing the track from 1 to 3

Central Railway at Mulund a Badlapur fast Train Broken Pantograph while changing the track from 1 to 3 railway engineer experts says it is mistake of driver instead of to take pantograph down in changing track he has taken up and it heated to pillar and pantograph has damage and also overhead wire has broken and thousands of public has suffered for 4 hours in train

people like to seat on the train to meet death

Saturday, December 27, 2008


Arranges special screening of JUMBO for underprivileged children and distributes freebies at PVR cinema Mulund, on the eve of Congress Party’s Foundation Day.

On the eve of the congress party’s 123rd foundation day anniversary the N.S.U.I. program implementation cell, [student wing of the congress party], celebrated it by arranging a special screening of children’s animation film JUMBO for poor children at PVR cinema, in Mulund Nirmal Lifestyle Mall, on 27th December 2008.

The recent terror attacks on Mumbai had mellowed down the celebratory mood of the city. So instead of celebration with much fanfare the NSUI opted for a more personal approach while celebration the Congress Party’s foundation day by arranging a special screening of JUMBO for poor children. Shri. Charan Singh Sapra, MLC & Vice President of Mumbai Congress was also present as a Guest of Honour.

Mohit Gambhir, organizer of the event and Chairperson of the NSUI cell, said that “poor children cannot afford to visit malls and watch movies in multiplexes, so we thought of arranging a this special event the special screening, free sports goods and gifts were also distributed amongst those Children”.

On the eve of the congress party's 123rd foundation day anniversary, the N S U I program implementation cell, students wing of the congress party, celebrated it by arranging a special screening of children's animation film Jumbo for poor and special children at PVR cinema, in Mulund's Nirmal Lifestyle Mall, on December 27th, 2008.

The recent terror attacks on Mumbai had mellowed down the celebratory mood of the city. So instead of celebrating with much fanfare, the group opted for a more personal approach while celebrating their foundation day.

"Poor children are deprived from watching movies in multiplexes, so we thought of arranging this special event as an effort to bring smiles on their faces," said Mohit Gambhir, chairperson of the NSUI cell and coordinator of the event.

Mohit added, "Other than the special screening, free sports goods and gifts were also distributed amongst those children."

Charan Singh Sapra, MLC and vice-president of Mumbai Congress was present at the ceremony. He interacted with the kids and distributed gifts to them.

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