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2003, applauding 2004: City gear up for 2004
Pulse Polio Vaccination on 04th January:
The State health authorities are conducting nationwide Pulse Polio Vaccination drive on 04th January 2004. The authorities have urged people to bring their children below 5 years to their nearest booth. There are more than 2100 booth setups in various parts of district targeting around 4.5 Lac children in the District.
College lecturer dies in Accident:
A High Speed Trax crashed scooter driving College lecturer on Jalgaon - Aurangabad Highway in MIDC area on 27th December. Dr. Gunaji Sitaram Ingle, a Lecturer in one of engineering colleges in Jalgaon passed away in hospital on 29th December when he was under treatment.
Bal Gandharva Music fest on 02nd January:
The Chandorkar Memorial Trust and Jain Charities are jointly hosting Bal Gandharva Music gala from 02nd January until 04th January 2004. The event will mark presence of music field luminaries like Nikhil Phatak, Shripad Bhave, Pt. Vijay Ghate, and Chinmany Kolhatkar.
Region witness Season's ultimate Cold:
The whole of Khandesh is witnessing Cold wave with freezing atmosphere in morning and late nights. The cold reminds of maximum cold levels as witnessed in States like Rajasthan, UP, and Bihar.
As a safer side to protect oneself from Cold, everyone is using Cold protection clothing with ears covered most of the time in morning and nights.
Theme 2004: Run for healthier Life:
With year 2003 on depart; the year 2004 is on threshold with completely new set of joy, excitement, and peace in our lives. The year 2003 marked significant changes in Jalgaon with a new array of political establishments by forming Municipal Corporation. Transformation for Grading marked yet another significant footprint in Educational Sector. Even though the sector in facing Manpower deficiency, the set up has, a new touch and hopefully the years to come will resolve the human resource issue as well. The Business community is going through a revision process with Brand Equity holding high importance and many new Branded Showrooms opening their Franchise outlets in Jalgaon. The Top-brass national level private banks eyeing Jalgaon as Cash-rich lucrative market and willing to setup their branches in Jalgaon region is yet another achievement for us. The year 2003 marked almost doubled number of road accidents, which we need serious review of our Driving parameters and safety standards.
The Year 2004 is coming, let the year sparkle our inner soul with fitness and energy to win the world. Let us theme the year 2004 as 'Run for healthier life' and become the fittest. All of us should review of what we intake and what we exert. Let us assign our year to achieve the 'fitness mantra'. Fitness is first step to success and therefore we all should concentrate hard on food. Remember, if we adjust our inputs as per what our body needs, we do not need high aerobics. Everyone should run for health at least a kilometre or so would benefit our heart a lot. Please click here to download 'The Hacker's Diet' (ZIP File: 1.24mb), a PDF e-book to get a thoughtful review to your diet.
Rainfall catalyses chill:
The Friday evening witnessed medium raining in whole of Jalgaon district turning climate to frost. The unseasoned rainfall caused damages to standing crop and blackout in many areas for hours.
Leopard attacks, Authorities orders bereavement:
The leopard attacked one farmer in Faijpur spreading panic in the whole region. The incidence took place on 25th December, 10pm when the farmer was in his farm. The District Magistrate has passed death order for the leopard turned ogre.
Truck crushes Motorcycle: kills 2:
A truck running towards Bhusaval from Jalgaon collided with motorcycle on Jalgaon - Bhusaval road near Khedi village. The collision resulted in immediate death of one motorcyclist while another when he was under treatment at Hospital. Dnyaneshwar Govinda Mahajan (Age 42) and Dilip Mahadu Marathe (Age 35) were returning home from Malkapur taluka's Mheswadi. The Police have arrested Truck driver.
The Accident is a predator series that continues throughout the year in Jalgaon region. Major reasons remain use of Two-Wheelers on National Highways and non-compliance of Safety standards. Another perspective is increasing use of alcoholic beverages amongst Truck and Passenger vehicle drivers in night times making night drive an utmost risk.
St. Joseph School students selected for 'Dam
St. Joseph School's seven students will perform their Group Dance in 'Dam Damadam' in Sahyadri Channel on 28th December at 9.30am.
Amol Vispute get Chief Minister Scholarship:
Jalgaon's NCC Senior Under officer and MJ Student Amol Bharat Vispute will receive Chief Minister Scholarship for year 2003-04. The honour conferred to only four from 18th Maharashtra Battalion of NCC is one of prestigious triumph of Amol.
EJalgaon Team wishes all its subscribers, visitors merry Christmas and New Year Greetings!
Leopard kills one:
A Leopard attacked lad in Raver taluka's Utkhede region. The leopard smashed boy when he was asleep in his shed with family. The Police recovered the body in nearby region and registered the incidental death.
The District authorities have announced Rs. 2 Lacs compensation to hurtled family.
All India Commerce conference today:
The NMU, IMR, and MJ College jointly hosted All India Commerce conference is beginning today with expectation of arrival of around thousand delegates from all around India. The Conference will have Paper Presentation of 315 Papers from throughout the India.
The Inaugural ceremony will mark presence of various dignitaries from the Commerce field including all members of All India Commerce Council. Jalgaon has honour of hosting the two-day 56th Conference for the first time.
State approves Technical qualification requirements
for Junior College Teachers:
The State Government has effected requirement of Masters of Education or Masters of Philosophy or Doctorate or Maharashtra State Advanced Certificate Course in Information Technology for being eligible for revised Pay Scale as per its Circular dated 14th November 2003 and 06th December 2003.
Homage to Sane Guruji:
The EJalgaon team pays tributes to Great poet, Teacher, Freedom Fighter Sane Guruji's on his Birth Anniversary. Born at Amalner in Jalgaon District, the legendary is renowned for his composition 'Shaymchi Aai', an epic of his affection to motherhood.
Railways initiate new Train between Lokmanya
Tilak Terminus and Lucknow:
The Railways have begun a new train namely Lokmanya Tilak Terminus (LTT) to Lucknow Super Fast Express running thrice a week. The 2107 down train towards Lucknow will pass through Bhusaval at 23.15pm and reach Lucknow on 15.20 next Day, while 2108 UP will pass through Bhusaval on 14.40 and reach LTT by 23.00pm.
The train seems to be a functional supplement to currently running Pushpak Express carrying over capacity traffic towards UP and Mumbai remaining always pack throughout the year. The Jalgaon city again lost its thud and did not found any stoppage for this train.
Interesting to note that around ten Super Fast and express trains will halt at Jalgaon for at least one month following Maryada Mahotsav of Jain community to be attended by around 10,000 people from all parts of India. If Jalgaon leaders could make some assertive move to persist the same, it would really be a wonderful facility for Jalgaon based railway passengers.
Robbers plunder in Parola:
A group of armed around 15 crooks attacked house of an Ex-MLA in New Housing Colony Parola on Monday morning 3am and injured two night watchmen. Both security guards are under critical condition. The MLA when noticed assault, immediately fired his pistol in air making crooks fly away.
State Level Schools Softball competition in
The State Sports Authority Pune are hosting State Level School student softball competition from 25th until 27th December 2003 at Stadium. In all 42 teams with around 900 athlete are participating in from seven divisions throughout the State comprising of Under 14, Under 17, and Under-19 category competitions.
Icy breeze hits Northern Maharashtra:
Since last week, the entire Northern Maharashtra region is witnessing wintry airstream's making atmosphere coldest in early morning and late nights. The morning time until nine while late night times makes al fresco atmosphere harder to adjust.
Residential area witnesses blackout:
Following under maintenance status of MIDC Power Transformer most of city residential area, industrial area and some of rural connected areas witnessed Sunday blackout. The repairs could take a few weeks causing awful power problems to residents.
Fire in Bhadgaon:
A storehouse in Bhadgaon city caught sudden fire resulted in loss of agricultural goods stored in it worth Rs. 65,000. The reasons for fire are still unknown and Bhadgaon Police station is further inquiring the issue.
In another incidence, a high speed running State Transport Bus from Yaval leading to Chopda killed a teenager (age 12) near Adavad. The incidence took place on 20th December evening when the bus was leading towards Chopda from Jalgaon.
Bhusaval's student secures first rank in entire
A Class seven student Amit Raju Tadvi secured first rank in entire State by scoring 98 out of 100 marks in State National Language promotion Council examination.
Today's telecommunication scenario is one of the paramount levels of what anyone could have imagined before years in small towns like Jalgaon. With various options in hand, an assortment of offers to select from, facilitation to pay as per choice, the telecom sectors propounds every citizen with a very different modernised way of living.
As of today, Jalgaon has two basic landline telephony providers, two WLL service providers, four cellular operators, one leased line circuit provider, one ISDN service provider, free phone service (1600), Calling cards, one dialup internet ISP, one wireless internet ISP, one ISDN dialup internet ISP. Moreover, many operators are in row to start up basic telephony, WLL and latest emerging technologies like IP Radio are soon arriving in market.
Could we imagine this scenario before five years?
Political flames heats up:
The state is all set for elections of Agricultural Produce committee of Jalgaon popularly known as Market yard on 04th January 2004. The elections considered as pre-assembly and pre-parliament exercise has tighten all politicians in the region. The election all every taluka level committee holds greater significance to demonstrate power amongst rivals.
The local cable TV media, newspapers, digital flex printed banners and one to one publicity are used to promote candidature.
St. Teresa School team triumphs Second rank in State Children Drama Competition:
The St. Teresa school student's team has secured second rank in Maharashtra State Cultural department conducted Children drama competition. The team played 'Fulpakharachi Gosht', a story directed by one of its faculty members who also won Second rank for Best Direction.
Two killed in Bhadgaon:
A Tractor along with trolley while crossing a small bridge on Bhadgaon - Vak road collapsed resulting in immediate death of driver and one person while two more are seriously injured and under treatment in Bhadgaon rural hospital.
In another incidence at Shahpur in Thane District, two youths from Chopda seating in a truck died on the spot when the truck driver lost control of truck and collapsed.
Banking sector euphoria:
With lucrative deposits, growing business needs, good agricultural income the top level nationalised and Private Sector banks are eyeing Jalgaon region. This upcoming six months will witness threshold of entry.
This time it is UTI Bank opening up its Jalgaon branch having national network of 222 branches, 1085 ATM all around. With bouquet full of offers, the Branch promises to offer quality customer service and various attractive offers for its customers. In the row, next is ICICI Bank having finalised its location and all set to launch soon.
Having ATM, doing Online Banking via Internet is increasing becoming a common phenomenon amongst young breed and business community. Nationalised Banks are improving their infrastructure to face the growing competition and attract their customers.
So next times, when you wish to open a new Bank A/c or make some fixed deposit then think and compare variety (just make a phone call!) and then make the final decision because after all you have choice after years of waiting time.
SSC Exam application forms:
Students appearing for direct examination in SSC Exam March - 2004 via Form No. 17 shall submit their duly filled form along with late fees on or before 19th December 2003.
SY, TY BA results today:
The NMU will announce Second Year, Third Year in Arts Graduation November 2003 exam results today. The BAMS Second, Third year results are out on 17th December 2003.
BSNL launches WLL Service, Internet Telephone
The Government enterprise BSNL has launched its 'Tarang' Wireless in Local Loop service in Jalgaon. The service offered at attractive rate plans will offer limited mobility to the customers. BSNL WLL service is currently started for Jalgaon, Erandol, Parola, Pachora, Chalisgaon, Bhusaval, Amalner and Jamner city's urban parts only is on First come first serve basis.
Apart from WLL, it also announced new rental plans for existing landline phone users following entry of Reliance in Landline telephony service. Another attraction of announcement remained Internet Special Telephone for home user segment. Having existing telephones, one can get a new telephone line just for Internet connectivity without depositing and paying any installation charges just by paying Rs. 399/- per month. The trial Internet telephone offer is available for Jalgaon and Bhusaval only.
Dhule Municipal Corporation Election Results:
The people of Dhule have given verdict of hung Corporation with Shivsena winning 24 of 67, followed by NCP winning 21, Congress I winning 8, BJP winning 7, Development forum winning 4, Independents 3. The '33' magic figure required to form majority and rule the Corporation seems untouchable for any of the combination practically seen. The result has raised statistical calculations and race for attaining the figure amongst top political parties.
Jalgaon, Dhule District Council (ZP) seat for
The State has drawn reservation for upcoming 2.5 years for all District Councils in the State. As per new Draw, the Jalgaon and Dhule Council (ZP) seats are now for Open Category candidates.
Petrol, diesel dears up:
Following increasing cost of crude oil in International Market, all Indian companies have hiked up petrol and diesel cost by around Re. 1 and 1.20 respectively. The new rates will be in effect from Monday midnight.
Ajanta Caves drawing competition:
The Ajanta Ellora Association is hosting Ajanta Caves drawing competition on the eve of Buddha caves voyage. An exhibition will have display of all received entries at Ajanta Caves on 16th January.
The competition is open to all and last date of submission is 8th January 2004. All drawings shall be on 30x45 cm sheets. For more details, please contact Jalgaon Association office.
NMU to host All India Commerce Council meet:
The North Maharashtra University Jalgaon is hosting Indian Commerce Association's 56th All India Commerce Council meet from 25th December until 27th December 2003.
The meet will have various speeches and paper presentations including Globalisation and Business, Role of Co-operative societies in rural development, new heights in Accounting, Human Resource management in latest fields and Online Training. Various dignitaries from the field are attending the event.
District Level Science Exhibition:
The Mahatma Gandhi School Varangaon is hosting District Level Science exhibition from 18th until 20th December 2003. Various new student experiments, Research remain key attraction of the event.
Electric shock kills one, two escaped:
Prabhakar Madhav Wani (Age 50), a farmer in Raver died when he faced Electric shock from a nearby poll's support wire. Two nearby people trying to save him using sticks also faced minor electric shock saved.
Dhule City elections completed peacefully:
The Dhule City Municipal Corporation's first ever elections were conducted peacefully on Sunday. A whopping 68.6% voters voted for the first ever Corporation election. Poll counting is on tomorrow 16th December.
Group marriage on 16th December 2003:
The Sindhi community is hosting group marriage of 18 couples along with various other religious programmes on Tuesday, 16th December to commemorate 99th birth Anniversary of Saint Hardasram Saheb.
The group marriage activity, key catalyst to revolutionise social environment has become an increasing phenomenon with Sindhi, Muslim, Marathi, and Maheshwari Community organisations in the regions.
Dhule City Municipal Corporation elections today:
The State is conducting Dhule city's first Municipal Corporation elections today for 67 seats in 22 wards. The Poll counting is on 16th December 2003.
Music glees weekend:
The Janta Bank hosted 'Swar Rajani', the musical gala pleased Saturday evening environment in whole of Jalgaon with attendance of thousands of people on Sagar Park. The 'Santoor' playing by Pt. Shivkumar Sharma with singing from Pt. Jasram made heavenly ambience.
The event will conclude today with 'Tabla' playing by Jakir Hussain and lyrics from Veena Sahastrabuddhe.
Dhule Municipal Corporation Elections tomorrow:
The Dhule city's first Municipal Corporation elections are on tomorrow 14th December 2003. The Authorities have adequate tight security arrangements for fair conduct of elections.
There are in all 22 wards and 67 seats and 366 candidates in the election ring. The Congress I has 32, NCP 54, BJP 39, Shivsena 53, SCP 43, SP 9, RPI 2, BRP - 2, JD - 2, Independents and others 130 candidates in the race for election combat. There are in all 319 polling centres and six trained personnel, one centre in-charge, four polling officers, one peon totalling to 1610 personnel staff.
Vote counting is on Tuesday, 16th December and being results will be out by 7pm on the day.
Changing face of villages:
After initiating key reforms in Education, the State Government has begun its intense drive for village reforms under the label of 'Saint Gadge Baba Village Cleanliness drive'.
Alike Colleges rating, the State rates villages for the way they Panchayat manages. Right from its inputs to its output, every key aspect of management is considered. Proper and extent of resource usage, recycling of waste, supplying drinking water, electricity, maintenance of degree of hygiene level, cleanliness and every detailed aspect is taken in to formation of project report. A committee of experts visits the village, examine the facts, and submits its report to the State Government.
The Villages from throughout the Maharashtra bid for the award and State awards top three villages achieving the excellence level with cash prize of Lacs of rupees, making it a tougher competition. The quest for excellence seems to have just begun on village level. If participation in such competitions and performance in this survey holds compulsion and taken in to account while sending grants, surely our villages will have brand new look like colleges under going NAAC review and AICTE inspections.
'Swar Rajni' in Jalgaon:
Jalgaon Janta Bank is hosting two-day musical extravaganza 'Swar Rajni' on 13th and 14th December 2003 to commemorate its silver jubilee. The event hosted at Sagar Park from 7pm onwards will have presence of prominent personalities from the field including Pt. Jasraj, Pt. Shivkumar Sharma, Jakir Hussain, Veena Sahastra Buddhe.
Dhule Municipal Corporation election campaign ends today:
The Dhule City Municipal Corporation's first ever election campaign is ending today with polling on 14th December 2003 and poll counting on 16th December 2003.
Tempo Trax injures Kid:
Jalgaon to Shirsoli lead speedy Tempo Trax injured a 5 years teen crossing road near Mehrun Lake. The injured kid is under treatment and MIDC Police Station is investigating the matter further.
BSNL slashes STD Tariff:
The Government Enterprise BSNL announced slashing of its Intra-Circle Calls pulse rate with effect from 15th December 2003. The existing Rs. 2.40 per 30 seconds pulse for Intra-Circle calls above 100kms will have Rs. 1.80 per 40 seconds pulse with effect from 15th December 2003. The revised rate will relief the '95' fever BSNL customer bill by around 25%.
MCED Training programme:
The State owned MCED is conducting a Training programme for needy people having educational qualification of Class 7 or above. The Training will cover manufacturing of Lather utility products, readymade garment manufacturing from 15th December 2003 until 15th January 2004. For more details of the project, please contact: 2253623.
Temperature falls below 10:
With mid-December arrival, the Khandesh region has just begun witnessing cold atmosphere and on Monday the temperature scale gone down below 10 to 9.2 marking season's lowest temperature ever.
Even though the Mornings and freezing, the afternoon time remains hotter and scale touches above 30 marks. The evening again remains in 20's while night turns chilly. This Cosmo-cultured weather along with dusty highway roads makes life harder to adjust while houseful at OPD of Doctors for regular diseases likes cold, fever, headache etc.
Jalgaon's Gavli selected in National Shooting
Maharashtra State Shooting Team Selection committee has selected Jalgaon's Rifle association athlete Deelip Gavli and his son Ganesh Gavli in State Team for 47th National Shooting Competition.
The battle for cellular leadership is ON and its customer getting ultimate benefits from changing face of technology. Every company is offering various packages and offers for its newcomers while attractive rental plans for existing users. The war for better market share and leadership has triggered race for quality handset amongst users. 'The more attractive handset, the more you are asked about and greater the features are' remains psycho of young breed users.
The handset once stolen or missed by mistake causes problems and in most of the cases is lost. The simplicity behind technology leads to throwing away existing SIM and inserting a newer one and using it without worries. Nevertheless, do not worry next time, if your handset is stolen or missing and if you are a WLL cell phone user, leave away your panic. Just try calling the handset from your local phone after every hour or so. You may have brighter chances of getting it back. The key reason remains the technology behind it. No one can reuse it. Therefore, the person getting the handset has just two options viz. either throw it away or return it back to owner and get rewards. Remember the interesting factor, only those people finds handset that had not used or seen it before and belong to daily bread earning community. Why only they find things? The answer is they see grounds while we see sky is the limit and they walk down or use bicycles while we use two wheelers or so racing in full speeds.
Another important factor is you must be well aware is your local geographical locations i.e. areas and colonies in your city. Keep a set of maps of your city with ward structure and details. Once called, the person finding handset calls you to his resident or known area. So whatever the outcome of Cell war is let us woo WLL 'Advantage WLL'.
Even if your handset is lost and you do not get any contacts, do not worry and just go to your nearby Police Station and register a complaint with them. Submit a copy of this complaint to your WLL Operator. That is all. You get another handset from them simply following some procedural part.
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National Artist Workshop on 08th January 2004:
The Janta Education Trust Khiroda in Raver Taluka is hosting National Level Workshop for Artist, Opening up Art Gallery, and Children's Meet on 08th January 2004. Various National Dignitaries will attend the prestigious event.
The Khiroda village from Raver taluka is District's Art cultivator and it has produced many top levels Artist to the country.
Blackout in western Maharashtra:
Most of the western Maharashtra faced blackout for around two hours in 12pm afternoon when one of Power units took excess power from nearby centre causing immediate trip of Bhusaval based DeepNagar unit and many other units one by one.
Rath Festivity in Raver:
The Raver's more than 100 years tradition of Rath will begin its expedition in to entire city on 08th, 09th, and 10th December 2003 on the eve of Lord Datta Festivity.
Pachora's Karan Nagane selected in State Cricket
The State Cricket Team for Under-14 selection committee has selected Pachora city's student Karan Nagane for upcoming National Level School cricket Competition for Under 14 at Patiala from 04th until 12th December 2003.
The last two years intense water shortage changed Jalgaon district people thinking view of water usage. The Water until now considered as born gift by name 'Jalgaon' became precious gift of upper class while money tank of water suppliers in those days. The last two years reminded of Rajasthan deserts where Ladies used to go kilometres away to fetch drinking water. Every street paid for city ruler's poor water management and every Lady was supposed to go out and fight for water. The scene scorches blood of every Jalgaon native and at one point made people leave beloved Jalgaon. The grievance became more complex with 'Money for water' providers having hours of high-pressure water supply while the ordinary citizens having minutes of low-pressure water supply.
Instead of city authorities learning even a bit from such dreadful moments, the God heard the voice of people of Jalgaon and showered monsoon blossoms to come out of such drastic situation. Even after six months of monsoon enjoyment, the people of Jalgaon are still unable to come out of torment. The torture can be widely seen when drinking water supply arrives at home. From eldest to youngest in the family, every one has just one wish 'I want more water?'
Manudevi soon to have new amenities:
Khandesh deity Manudevi's temple in Adgaon of Yaval taluka will soon have various new amenities with Forestry Department to provide Rs. 20 Lacs. The new provisions will include Rest House, View Point, Security Base, Cement Bridge, and tree plantation on both sides of road in Manapuri to Manudevi road. Manudevi's key attraction is 150 feet high Waterfall that flows high in Monsoon and its natural location surrounded by forestry and passing through backwater.
MSEB DeepNagar unit achieves target production:
The MSEB DeepNagar unit has achieves its production targets of 91.66% for the month of November 2003 and achieved maximum production since last three year. The unit supplying electricity to Central Maharashtra and MP is one of star performer for MSEB.
Even though the unit is located in Jalgaon District, it has not benefited the Jalgaon District largely and has kept district in blackout many times.
Special train for Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Memorial
The Central Railways Bhusaval division has initiated two new trains for Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Day on 06th December 2003. The 102up, 102A up from Nagpur until Dadar will run on 04th and 05th December 2003 while 101A and 103 down trains will run from Dadar to Nagpur.
New train halts on Bhusaval - Surat route:
Many of the Bhusaval - Surat route stations will now have halts of various new trains and winter special trains including Nandurbar, Amalner, and Dondaicha. The new Trains includes 7037-7038 Secunderabad Bikaner Express, 2905-2906 Howrah Hapa Express, 9045-9048 Tapti Ganga Express, 9049-50 Valsad Patna Express, 653-654 Chennai Jodhpur Winter Special, 639-640 Chennai Central - Ajmer winter special train.
Jalgaon Journalist unearths Multi-Crore Scam:
Jalgaon's based Zee Television Journalist Yogesh Khare has unearthed Multi-Crore fake stamps and currency case in Nashik. The disclosure considered amongst one of the topmost example of adventure journalism has shaken the entire world.
The disclosure burst various nations' fake stamps and currency in a Nashik based person's residence leading to confession and discovery of two more such stocks of the same person in Panvel.
Yogesh and his team with their valorous finding entered the house without worrying of life risk demonstrated and opened up boxes containing stocks of such material.
Drawing enthusiast by nature, Yogesh has earned heroic fame in Journalism world making Jalgaon feel proud.
SSC & HSC October 2003 exam result announced:
The Board has announced SSC and HSC October 2003 examination result. The October 2003 SSC result yielded just 21% passing percent while HSC shown 25.23% passing percent for whole Jalgaon District making it one of the pathetic note.
Of 8928, students appeared in SSC exam, 1869 students passed (20.93%) while of 6785; students appeared in HSC, just 1712 students passed (25.23%). The Varangaon centre showed maximum passing percentile of 49.79% in SSC while Bhusaval noted 5.74%, marking it one of the lowest result in SSC exam history.
Kurha's Mohan Patil flies to US:
Infosys have appointed Bhusaval Taluka's Kurhe Panache native Mohankumar Ravindra Patil as 'Technical Analyst' in Geneva, US.
Jalgaon's Nisha Kolhe wins three Gold and two bronze medals:
Jalgaon athlete Nisha Suresh Kolhe has won Gold medals in Under 16 National 500mtrs Trial, 2kms individual Parachute, 1km Mass start competitions while Bronze in Under 18 500mtrs Time Trial, 1500mtrs Time Trial cycling competitions conducted at Ludhiyana.
In search of delicious Food:
Food is human thrust and search for quality food is human satisfaction. The cuisine when we talk in terms of Jalgaon holds greater history. The quality food has always been search of food passionate. The history begun long ago in 1993-1995's when the Gujrati and Marwadi communities begun establishing in city. The Jalgaon city till then largely dominated by mixed food hotels and restaurants and permit rooms did not had options for pure veggie. The food culture began arousing largely with increasing number of pure vegetarian demanding communities.
The 'Cream Centre' and 'Govinda, Paldhi' were amongst two founders recognizing the Vegetarian taste and established city's two beginning hotels in 1995's. For years, both enjoyed majority of Veg Food keen customers. The hospitality industry understanding the significance started in series of hotels years after years. The Jalgaon city now after almost a decade of food revolution has sufficient food options for vegetarians.
Let it be any season, any occasion the delicious mouth watering Punjabi Dishes dominates the cuisine menu while Rajasthani food enjoys overwhelming majority in public functions mainly receptions, parties. The region's traditional foodstuff 'Bharit -Bhakri,' 'Thecha - Bhakri,' and popular most 'Shev Bhaji' deserves taste bud. The Bengali sweets with Rajasthani 'Katli', 'Rajbhog', 'Chamcham' enhances your food while Uttar Pradesh's spicy food, chat, and "Pan' makes memories. The Caterers popularly known as 'Maharaj' in the region are mostly 'Rajasthani' people established in region satisfying the tang of food.
Let it be any religion, any community, the foodstuff evolution has begun and people have initiated their outing for food especially on weekends making the evolutionist to offer the best.
The ABVP's 38th State Convention ended up on Sunday with inspiration and motivation to organise a series of events to offer and awaken today's youth. The event marked with theme of education, Safety, and Indigenous promotion succeeded with attendance of thousands of students around.
School student's Medical examination from 08th
The District health authorities are beginning School student's medical examination from 08th December until 22nd December 2003. Every student from Class 01st until 04th will undergo medical examination and the District with implement the Pulse Polio vaccination Drive from 04th January until 22nd February 2004.