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Nashik: 88 offenses registered in recent past for polluting Godavari river

Nashik, Aug 12 (UNI) In the past six months, as many as 88 offenses have been registered against those polluting the Godavari river, a report said here on Wednesday, citing the details of a recent virtual meet of the Godavari Pollution Control Committee.
Held at the Divisional Commissioner Office here, the meet was attended by the Deputy Collector Ganesh Misal, DCP Amol Tambe, MIDC Executive Engineer Dushyant Uike, among others.
According to latest data, a total of 3,856 such crimes have been registered from 2016 till date while fine totalling up to Rs 82,500 have been levied on the violators.
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DGP Medal winners felicitated by Director General of Police

28 Mar 2023 | 12:18 AM

Pune, Mar 27 (UNI) The winners of Director General of Police Medal 2020 and Special Service Medal 2020 were felicitated by the Director General of Police Training and Special Squads Maharashtra State Sanjay Kumar at Police Research Center (CPR) Pune on Monday.

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CRIF receives RBI license to operate as NBFC account aggregator

28 Mar 2023 | 12:15 AM

Mumbai, Mar 27 (UNI) CRIF Connect Private Limited, a subsidiary of CRIF S.p.A has received the approval to commence operations as an NBFC Account Aggregator (AA) from the Reserve Bank of India. With CRIF's legacy, knowledge, and experience, CRIF Connect is uniquely positioned to benefit both consumers and financial institutions.

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Shinde is merely a parrot reading the script given by Fadnavis : Londhe

27 Mar 2023 | 9:03 PM

Mumbai, Mar 27 (UNI) Spokesperson of Maharashtra Pradesh Congress Committee(MPCC) Atul Londhe on Monday said that state Chief minister Eknath Shinde is merely a parrot reading the script given by Devendra Fadnavis and said that he is just singing the BJP's tune by saying that Rahul Gandhi insulted Savarkar.

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Swabhimani Shetkari Sanghatana chief demands to fix tariff for biomedical waste collection in Maha hospitals

27 Mar 2023 | 8:37 PM

Kolhapur, Mar 27 (UNI) The chief secretary at Environment department of the Maharashtra government, Pravin Darade, on Monday directed to a sub-committee under the district collectors in the state to immediately fix service charges for decomposition of biomedical waste collected from hospitals in the state daily and also to take action against those companies which were allegedly overcharging and not collecting waste in time.

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NCP is with the people of Maharashtra: Tapase

NCP is with the people of Maharashtra: Tapase

27 Mar 2023 | 8:13 PM

Mumbai, Mar 27 (UNI) NCP state chief spokesperson Mahesh Tapase on Monday expressed the belief that NCP is with the people of Maharashtra because the leaders of NCP reached the field on the second day after the state assembly budget session as patry is committed to the farmers, workers and common people.

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