Police identified the developer as Girish Ramchandra Kamath of property company Orange Landmarks
PUNE Chandannagar Police booked a builder and two others for deceiving three nationalized banks in a loan fraud case estimated to be worth ₹1.57 crores. Police identified the developer as Girish Ramchandra Kamath, his wife Pallav and his partner Avinash Dattatreya Bhadarke of property company Orange Landmarks.
Uday Walvekar (57), a resident of Vimannagar, filed a complaint. According to the complaint, Kamath had constructed the Orange Landmarks building in Wadgaonsheri and obtained a housing loan from ₹54 lakh from State Bank of India for apartment number 301 located on the third floor of the building.
During the investigation, it was revealed that Kamath, in collusion with his partner Bhadarke, obtained housing loans from ₹49 lakh from South Indian Bank, Vimannagar branch and ₹54 lakh from Bank of Maharashtra, Indrayani nagar Bhosari for the same apartment. Inspector Sunil Jadhav said a cheating-related case was filed against the accused for loan fraud and drafting false documents to obtain a loan on a single apartment.
Rumblings in Congress over Rajasthan’s Rajya Sabha nominees
The announcement by the ruling Congress of three Rajasthani Rajya Sabha candidates has caused rumblings within the party. A minister noted that none of the three, Mukul Wasnik, Pramod Tiwari and Randeep Singh Surjewala, are from Rajasthan and wondered how their candidacy would benefit the party. The BJP has nominated a six-time legislator, Ghanshyam Tiwari.
A child once called me Rahul Gandhi: Akhilesh Yadav
There was laughter all around the Uttar Pradesh assembly on Monday as opposition leader Akhilesh Yadav recounted an incident that happened during his tenure as chief minister. The Samajwadi Party leader was attacking his successor, Yogi Adityanath, who himself was seen laughing uncontrollably at the government over the state of education in Uttar Pradesh when he recalled the episode. The former CM admitted that he too was responsible. The CM then in office, Akhilesh, was seeking a second consecutive 5-year term.
Monday Thoughts: Maha’s Royal Families and Their Political Affiliations
PUNE The current royal split between the father-son duo or descendants of Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj and Rajashri Shahu Maharaj has caught the public eye. But such controversies involving royal families in Maharashtra are not new, nor are their political affiliations. Among them is MP Rajya Sabha of the Bharatiya Janata Chhatrapati party Udayanraje Bhosale, the 13th direct descendant of the founder of the Maratha Empire almost 450 years ago, Shivaji Maharaj.