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Nagpur: High Court quashes FIR filed by daughter-in-law against retired judge, family members

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The Nagpur Bench of Bombay High Court has quashed an FIR registered against a retired judge and his family members by the judges daughter-in-law. Vima Diwekar, the daughter in law of retired Civil Judge Sr. Division Gautam Diwekar, had filed a complaint against him and his family members at the Avdhootwadi Police Station in Yavatmal. 

After her complaint, the police had booked Gautam Diwekar, Anusuya Diwekar (Vimas Mother-in-law), Pankaj Diwekar (Vimas Husband), Anita Telang (Vimas Sister-in-law), Niranjan Telang (Vimas Brother-in-law), and Savita Bagde (Vimas Sister-in-law) under sections 498 A (Husband or relative of husband of a woman subjecting her to cruelty), 34, 504 (intentional insult with intent to provoke breach of peace) and 506 (criminal intimidation) of the IPC. 

Vima had alleged in the complaint that the accused started harassing her immediately after the marriage and started pressuring her to get a dowry of Rs 3 lakhs from her parents. She alleged that she was mentally and physically harassed by the accused and they wanted her to leave the home. Vima also claimed that there was a threat to her and her childrens lives. 

During the hearing in front of the bench comprising Justice VM Deshpande and Justice Anil Kilore, advocate Kartik N Shukul, assisted by advocate Abhilash Shriwas and advocate Amir Quereshi, argued that the FIR was an afterthought and that there is no evidence to suggest that the allegations made by the complainant are true. 

Advocate Shukul also argued that there was a delay of 11 years in filing the FIR and that the FIR was filed only after the SDO passed an order under the Maintenance and Welfare of Parents and Senior Citizens Act – 2007?, whereby the SDO had granted possession of the house to the applicant Gautam Diwekar. 

Advocate Shukul said before the court that having failed to retain possession of the apartment, the FIR was filed to harass the retired judge and his family. The house was in the name of Gautam Diwekar and this was duly reflected in the revenue records. 

After the hearing, the HC allowed both the applications and quashed the FIR registered against the accused persons. 

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Arush Chitre wins Open Group, Shraddha Bajaj bags first spot in Girl Group




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Chess Association Nagpur

Arush Chitre in Open Group and Shraddha Bajaj in Girls Group annexed the title of the  Nagpur District Under-17 Open and Girls Chess Championship organised by Chess Association Nagpur on 19th March 2023 in association with GH Raisoni Sports and Cultural Foundation and Kalpana Prakash Welfare Foundation at Vivekanand Hall at Shraddha House in Nagpur.

Arush Chitre, seeded second, improved his position to achieve the title scoring 6.5 out of 7. Ayush Ramteke also scored 6.5 points but was placed second based on their tie-break score.

In the Girls Group, second seeded Shraddha Bajaj took the top spot with 4.5 points out of 5 Rounds. Fifth seeded Swanandi Sole followed her to take second place in the merit list with 4 points out of five. 

Arush Chitre and  Ayush Ramteke shall represent the Nagpur District in Open Group and Shraddha Baja and Swanandi sole shall represent Nagpur District in Girls Group in the Maharashtra State Under 17 FIDE Rating Chess Championship to be held at Buldhana from 14th April 2022 to 16th April 2023.

Prizes were distributed at the hands of Swapnil Ahirkar Joint Secretary NCP Business Cell Maharashtra, Social worker & Director Ahirkar Group of Nagpur. Bhushsan Shriwas, Secretary, Chess Association Nagpur and Chief Arbiter Deepak Chavan were present on the dais. Top five finishers in Open and Girls Group got the trophies while medals were given to top two in under 15,13,11,09,07 category.

Deepak Chavan, Chief Arbiter successfully conducted the event assisted by SNA Sagar Sakhare, SNA Prayas Ambade and Prathamesh Machave.

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Nagpur’s ‘Unique Cooking Contest’ enters Asia Book of Records




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Unique Cooking Contest in Nagpur, in support of Inclusive Society and to promote Millets, entered the Asia Book of Records.

Unique Cooking Contest

Nagpur witnessed the biggest Inclusive Millet Cooking Contest in support of Inclusive Society and to promote Millets on the eve of International year of Millets on 18th March 2023 at Zero Mile Station, Freedom Park, Nagpur. SVK Shikshan Sanstha in association with L.A.D & S.R.P College for Women, Nagpur created history with a record making event for the first time in 51 Asian Countries, with around 540 enthusiastic participants from all walks of life, including Intellectually Challenged, Physically Challenged, Deaf & Mute, Visually Challenged, Third Gender and others collectively participated in this spectacular Inclusive Millet Cooking Contest.

SVK Shikshan Sanstha an NGO working to empower Intellectually Challenged Adults always creates a platform inviting people to join and celebrate the differences with their participation.  

Dr Sunita Dhote, Professor, Shri Ramdeobaba College of Engineering & Management and the Adjudicator from Asia Book of Records formally made the announcement that the feat was successful and presented the Certificate and Medal from Asia Book of Records to Mrs.Gayathri Vatsalya, the record holder.

Unique Cooking Contest in Nagpur, in support of Inclusive Society and to promote Millets, entered the Asia Book of Records.

Glimpse of Unique Cooking Contest

Chief Guest Smt.Kanchan Tai Nitin Gadkari, Chairman, Samrudhi Cooperative Bank and Senior Social Worker congratulated and appreciated Gayathri Vatsalya for her efforts in promoting Inclusion and for getting the Intellectually Challenged into the main stream.

Guests of Honour Smt.Varsha Manohar, Director, Srinivas Public School, Smt.Anita Agrawal, President, Jhankar Mahila Mandal, WCL and wife of Shri Manoj Kumar, Chairman cum Managing Director, Western Coalfields Ltd., Smt.Vilasini Nair, Director, Orange City Hospital & Research Institute, world Renowned Celebrity Chef. Shri Vishnu Manohar, and Shri Uday Borwankar, Executive Director, Maharasthra Metro Rail Corporation Ltd, Nagpur, Smt Abha Dwivedi, Smt. Indu Singh, Vice Presidents, Jhankar Mahila Mandal, Dr.Harsha Jharia, CAO of Women’s Education Society were prominently present and congratulated Gayathri Vatsalya and Team for the successful attempt.

Smt. Gayathri Vatsalya welcomed the gathering and shared details of the event, which is to sensitize the public and to get the attention of people towards the Inclusion and acceptance.

The evening witnessed spectacular and impressive cultural performances by highly talented beneficiaries of SVK Shikshan Sanstha, Apang Mahila Bal Vikas Sanstha and Jeevandhara, followed by the Prize distribution to the winners of cooking contest.

Dr.Shyamala Nair, Director, CAO of Women’s Education Society extended all the support while Dr.Pooja Pathak, Principal, Faculty and student volunteers of L.A.D & S.R.P College for Women, Nagpur, mothers of SVKits, Ankita Gangal, Praful Thawre worked hard for the grand success of the event.

Maha Metro, Nagpur was the venue Partner and the Prizes were sponsored by Rokde Jewellers, AD’s Kitchen and Tupperware. The event was supported by CRC Nagpur, Nagpur Mahila Club and Jhankar Mahila Club, WCL, Nagpur.

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Nagpur doctor invited as key speaker at Joint American Homeopathic Conference 2023 in US




Radhika Dhawad | Nagpur
Homeopath from Nagpur Dr Kavita Chandak has been invited as a keynote speaker at the Joint American Homeopathic Conference 2023.

Dr Kavita Chandak

Homeopath from Nagpur Dr Kavita Chandak, who has two Golden Book Of World Records for treating kidney disorders and success in a case of Mucor mycosis in her name, has been invited as a keynote speaker at the Joint American Homeopathic Conference 2023  based on the theme, Homeopathy in 21st century at San Antonio in United States.  

In society, we get to see many cases where child born with mental or physical defects such as congenital heart defects, mental retardation, Down’s syndrome, Cleft palate, ADHD, Autism etc. though born from healthy parents. What could be the reason behind it? 

Could homeopathy offer something for it? Dr. Chandak will deliver a 90 minutes session on March 26 on ‘Advancing a Healthier Generation with Homeopathy: Preventative measures for healthy birth and treatment approaches for unimpaired growth.’

She will throw light on the pre-birth causes in mother disturbing the birth of healthy baby creating mental and physical defects as well the preventive measures for initiating the creation of strong generation with Homeopathy. 

Dr Chandak is an international trainer and speaker who has specialised in autism, psychiatric and behavioural disorders, kidney diseases and cancer. She has authored eight books and 294 health articles. She will be a keynote speaker in upcoming international congresses of Russia, Romania, Greece and the World Congress of Homeopathy, Colombia.

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