Jalgaon District News Today
The World Cup Cricket 2003's most exciting match for Indian is on tomorrow 01st March 2003. Jalgaonities also are all set to enjoy this match. In the race to make it a mega event, many social clubs in the city have arranged for full-screen display of this entire telecast at various locations in the city. Jalgaonities right from beginning are great cricketing fans and they hardly miss any of India's match may be it require full day or full night.
The tomorrows match no matter who wins, the Police administration has big headache of handling this public events and controlling the mob.
Let us hope for the best of India's Victory!
Educational Confederation Conference
Aimed towards delivering new in the education field, the Jain community trust has formed an educational confederation of around 2500 educational Institutions head from all around India. The First conference of this Confederation is beginning from tomorrow 01st March 2003 in Jalgaon. More than 1500 head from various educational Institutions all around India will participate in the event.
The conference is a two-day event consisting of discussions on various topics relating to educational policies and lectures by distinguished personalities in the education field.
Important note for SSC students:
The Maharashtra State Secondary Education Board has made an important change upcoming SSC examination Timetable. As per new change the Marathi Subject Paper scheduled on 13th March, 11am is now rescheduling on 20th March 11am. All other papers schedule remains unchanged.
Jamner Council President Post declared
for 'OPEN' category:
The State Government has lifted its reservation for Jamner Municipal Council President Post. As per the new order received in the DM office, it is now open category post.
Ketan Rane flies to Australia:
Jalgaon's Ketan Rane is flying to Australia under Rotary International's Group Study Exchange today.
Railway budget proposes for modernisation of Raver & Lasalgaon Railway Stations:
The Rail Budget 2003 has given a new delight to Khandesh's majority grown agricultural products Banana and Onion. The Raver Railway Station, a key transporting point for Banana to rest of India will be modernised soon. The same way, Lasalgaon Railway Station considered one of the significant points for Onion transporting would be modernised soon.
Out of newly proposed 50 trains, 5-6 trains will pass through Jalgaon Station benefiting the regional passengers.
Post Department launches Business Promotion
Postal Department has launched a new Business promotion Advertisement scheme. Under new scheme any retail vendor, Consumer product or a company can advertise their products/ services on Postal envelopes processed by the Department.
This will not only boost business but also help department earn additional revenue from this media. So next time if you find some product advertisement on your mails, do not be surprised, it is a Department's new technique to earn additional revenue.
For business, enquiries contact 022-22696714, 22623392.
Seminar for Private Educational Institutions:
The North Maharashtra University has organised a Seminar for Private Educational Institutions in the region to discuss implications and recommendations provided in Supreme Court's latest order in regards. The Seminar is being organised at North Maharashtra College premise on 01st March 2003 for Directors and Principals of the Private Institutions.
The seminar will discuss various aspects of centralisation in admission process, deciding common fees structure and resource management etc.
Accidents continue throughout District: Private bus takes life of a pedestrian in Paldhi:
A full speed running private bus crashed a youth bypassing the road on Paldhi highway. The youth died on the spot resulting in high anger among people in the region. The angry mob attacked on bus and then burnt it.
Gulab Santosh Shirsath from Kharchi Taluka Erandol dropped on Paldhi road for his job to Bambhori and was moving on the road corner along with his friends. The bus sudden came from his backside and its wheels passed through his head resulting in on the spot death.
The Driver has surrendered himself to Paldhi Police station and further investigation is going on. This accident has created panic among private bus owners and they fear of people's anger if they go out.
Free Heart Disease Check-up camp:
The Chopda Patil Medical foundation has organised a free heart disease patient's check-up camp in Chopda on eighth and 9th March 2003. For more details of the event contact Jalgaon: 2227367, Jamner: 230620, Raver: 250782, MuktaiNagar: 222140, Bhadgaon: 221785, Chopda: 220786.
Jalgaon's Manisha Chaudhari wins State
Kolhe Girls School student Manisha Rajendra Chaudhari has won the State Level prize in Indian Scout Guide examination recently conducted.
Jalgaon's Bipin Patil selected in Mumbai
Cricket Club team to USA:
Jalgaon's Bipin Tanaji Patil has been selected in Mumbai Cricket Club Team leading to Cricket match competition organised by Arizona & California Cricket Association of America.
HSC examination continues in normal pace:
The ongoing HSC Examination 2003 continues with normal pace throughout the Jalgaon District. There is no special incidence or activity throughout the District however; the examination authorities have debarred around 50 students following connections in copying or other connected cases.
District gets 5.5 Crores grants/ aid
Jalgaon District Council ZP has received a grant worth Rs. 5.5 Crores from State Government for implementing various agricultural related activities. The aid of Rs. 54300370 include payments to rain-affected, Crop Insurance, Various fertilisers etc.
The authorities have therefore urged concerned people to contact their office immediately.
Seminar for Medical Retailer shops:
The District Medicine Dealers association has organised a Seminar for retailers on 02nd March 2003. The Seminar will cover various day-to-day issues of the shop owners and recent Government impositions. For participating in the event, please contact Chemist Hall on 2224968.
Jamner City's ward structure revised:
As per the Election commission order, the DM has issued revised structure of wards in Jamner city for upcoming elections on 24th February 2003. The administration has further called for objection if any until 03rd March 2003.
As per new structure, Jamner will have six wards in all in which, there will be 20 Council member seats. Please refer detailed order of DM for more information.
MSEB Galangi (Chopda) 33kva Electricity Generation centre fails:
The Maharashtra State Electricity Board's 33kva Power generation centre in Galangi (Chopda) caught sudden fire on Sunday noon. The fire caused due to burst in transformer bushing resulted in financial loss of around 60 Lakh Rupees and no power to more than 15 nearby areas for more than 10 hours.
The war level official process of repairing is undergoing and the board officials have arranged for alternate power sources to these villages.
Central Bank Jalgaon files Cheating
case for Rs 1.75 Crore:
Central Bank of India Navi Peth Jalgaon branch has filed a suit for cheating bank for 1.75 Crores against Steel manufacturing firm's board of Directors. The suit describes the firm's loan leasing and hypothecation documents as counterfeit. Further investigation is going on in City Police Station.
Titan opens up its Jalgaon Showroom:
Its time now for Branded items in Jalgaon. Many of the major Retail companies are opening up their showrooms gradually. Titan stands among first among Watches in opening up its Franchise Retail Showroom located at Station Road in Jalgaon.
Government Engineering College bags Third Prize in Techno-Arena 2003:
GEC students have bagged Third Consolation prize in Techno-Arena 2003 Paper presentation contest. The WIT, Solapur Students grabbed first while KITS Kolhapur students bagged second and JNEC Aurangabad Third.
All India Wani Community Conference
The All India Wani Community has organised a joint conference in Jalgaon on 12th and 13th April 2003. The conference along with regular discussions will have a youth smeet and various other topics.
For more details of the event, contact Ph: 2227491 or 2235205.
Rail Exhibition on 25th February:
The Railways Ministry, GOI has organised a Rail Exhibition in Bhusaval on eve of completion of 150 years of Indian Railways. The Exhibition is on 12 coaches' train consisting of information on Railways achievements and technological upgradation. The Train will be in Bhusaval on 25th February for whole day 09am-05pm on Platform No. 8.
HSC Examination begins amidst tight scrutiny:
The Feb/ March 2003 HSC examination began on 21st February amidst tight checking and Police arrangements. Around 36000 students are appearing for the examination conducted at various centres throughout the District.
IMR organises Information Technology
The Institute of Management & Research Jalgaon has organised an Information Technology Fiesta from 25th to 27th February 2003. The festival will cover various events like paper presentation, Software Exhibition and Quiz contest.
For more details of the event and participation, contact College Authorities on 2251281.
Mobile war gears up:
With arrival of WLL operators in the region, Cellular operators have hard time to compete. Since last week, all four cellular operators in the region i.e. BPL, Idea, Airtel and BSNL have announced incoming call free plans and slashing their tariffs.
With entry of second WLL operator in the Maharashtra circle, the competition in the region is going to be much tougher. The only beneficiary of this war will be the Customer who cleverly selects the exact operator service and plans thereof.
Tennis Ball Cricket competition in Sakli:
Jai Bajrang Cultural Club Sakli Taluka: Yawal has organised a Tennis Ball Cricket competition from 25th February 2003. The Competition attracts first prize of Rs. 7001/-, Second Rs. 4001/- and Third Prize of Rs. 1501/-.
Last date of sending entries is 23rd February 2003. For more details, please contact Club authorities.
Get-Set and Go:
It is time now for Class XII examinations. From 21st February Theory examination is beginning, the entire year's hard work and continuous study is going to result fruits for future curriculum of students. This year around 36 thousand students are appearing for examination. With board tightening measures and introducing bar-code system for students, this exam is going to be smooth for most of the regular students. Be cautious around you in exam centre, and report if any abnormal thing observed.
EJalgaon Team wishes students best of their examinations and future curriculum.
Fifteen Village Panchayat
Elections in April:
State EC has scheduled elections for Jalgaon District's Fifteen Village Panchayats on 21st April 2003. The nomination forms can be file from 24th March until 07th April. Final checking will be on 08th April and nominations withdrawn will be until 10th April 2003.
Chitra Theatre shuts
The current Chitra Cinema hall is shutting down its Theatre with effect from 20th February 2003. The entire Theatre building is being demolish and a brand-new Shopping mall in the heart of city. The concerned owners have urged the Entertainment office for Shift of Theatre to other location.
Raining in Khandesh:
As predicted by weather department, last night there has been low to medium raining in entire Khandesh including Jalgaon, Dhule and Nandurbar. Heavy wind flow continued throughout the day in the region. Due to this raining, the temperature scale has fallen down a bit and has given relaxed feeling to people from upcoming summer heat.
City's only sports stadium
to be rename after King Shivaji:
On the eve of Shiv Jayanti the only Sports Stadium located in the heart of city will be rename after King Shivaji. "Chatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Stadium Jalgaon" is the new title of this sports stadium waiting for modifications and modernisation. The renaming ceremony will begin today with Public celebration throughout the various areas.
Accident series continues: spread mourning in Community:
Right from beginning of this year 2003, road accidents have become hazards for common person's life. Around 2-3 major accidents every week are experienced around Jalgaon District. This not only troubles the victim's home but also creates uncertainty for next generation's future.
This time the destiny has crashed four Sindhi community people and five are severely injured. The accident took place near Sillod city in Aurangabad District. Four died include two women, a man and driver.
eJalgaon requests youth to exercise control over their driving speed, and to avoid riding two-wheelers on highways. Inexperienced riders and drivers should avoid using the highways.
Weather Department predicts
raining in Khandesh area:
The Weather department has predicted low to medium raining in Khandesh area in upcoming 48 hours. Since last 2 days, medium raining reported in MP and AP borders of Maharashtra.
With SC clearing go ahead to State Government for formation of Corporation in Jalgaon; the State Government is all set to notify Jalgaon District Administration authorities in regards. The Council administration along with common person is waiting for the orders. Contractors, builders are waiting in long queues for their outstanding payment towards work-orders completed or in process.
More than 34000 students
to appear for HSC Examination 2003:
The State Higher Secondary Certification Examination 2003 will decide fate of 29084 Fresher students and 5428 repeaters from 53 Exam centres around Jalgaon District. Four flying squad teams will continue their inspections throughout various centres.
Jalgaon's Deepak Verma
selected as State Basketball Team Manager:
The State Sports Administration authorities have selected Jalgaon's Deepak Bhagwandas Verma as Manager for State Basketball Team to participate in Western Region Basketball Competition in Rajkot.
DIT invites nominations for Second Computer Literacy Excellence Award:
The Department of Information Technology, Government of India has invited nominations for Second Computer literacy excellence award for promotion of Computer literacy in common man.
Three different categories namely Private/ Government aided School (A), Government/ Council School (B) and Central Schools (C) are for nominations. Attractive prizes for all categories along with certification remains the key attraction of the Award.
For more information and complete form visit http://mit.gov.in
Jalgaon's Deepak Shirude
honoured in International Conference in Pune:
The International Conference on Neurological Health recently organised in Pune honoured Jalgaon's Ayurveda Specialist Deepak Shirude for his Paper presentation on "Use of Ayurveda in Chronic diseases".
Police implements Section
144 for SSC - HSC examination:
The District Police has implemented Section 144 in upcoming SSC and HSC examination area starting from 05th March 2003.
Engineering Students "Techno Arena" from 18th:
Government Engineering College Jalgaon students have organised a State-Level Technical paper presentation contest on 18th February 2003. The Contest is being organised since last 2 years and has received tremendous response from students of various engineering colleges.
This time they have received 141 papers out of which 125 are from out of Jalgaon and 16 from Jalgaon District.
Board announces H. S.C.
examination seating arrangements:
The State Board of H. S.C. education has announced seating arrangement for Theory examinations to begin from 21st February 2003.
Please contact respective college for detailed seating arrangement timetable and ID Card.
formation issue impulses Business community:
The SC order for formation of Corporation has driver business community in finding new hopes of business and market trends. As octroi will restart in Jalgaon, business community will find it difficult to start with. Alternatively, they are planning for a "Jalgaon Wadi" which will have stocks of all major businesses in nearby Paldhi area.
However, apart from octroi panic, everyone is happy to welcome corporation formation, as everyone believes it will boost up basic facilities in city and will have an IAS level officer controlling the administration.
Bhusaval's R B Bhavar
selected for 15th Worldwide Masters Championship:
Indian Senior Players Confederation has selected Bhusaval's 74 years old international fame marathon athlete R V Bhavar for 15th International Masters Sports Championship scheduled in USA from 01st until 13th July 2003.
MSEB announces more
In order to fulfil the 2000-megawatt power supply-demand gap, the MSEB is intensifying its power cut schedule in rural and taluka areas of District. Under new programme apart from regular load shading, there will be one additional day on which there will be no power certainty. Right from morning 6am until 10pm in night, there may be many frequent power cuts in the prescribed area says MSEB.
However, in city, the regular alternate day 3 hours power cut schedule will continue the same way and if any faults arrive in power generation machinery, power cut can be on any day accordingly.
As summer is all set to come and thermometer already touching 35 levels, this vacation is going to be harsh enough for Jalgaon District people, gives the report schedule.
SC Okays State's decision for forming Municipal Corporation in Jalgaon:
The Supreme Court of India has given go ahead to State Government for formal conversion of Jalgaon municipal council into Corporation. The episode began a long ago in October 2001, when State Government sent notification of conversion of councils to corporation having more than 3 Lakhs population.
The notification further had option of 60 days for suggestions and objections thereof. The ruling City Development group took strong objection to the decision and passed unanimous resolution to go against the order in HC. The state Government in mean time changed 60 days to 30 and heard all the objections received from public.
On 07th December 2002, the HC Aurangabad bench cancelled the State Government order making way clear for Municipal Council elections in the City. On 09th December 2002, the Council elections conducted and on 10th December 2002, City's first publicly elected Council President from BJP came in to ruling.
In the meantime, the State Government challenged HC order in SC and the newly powered BJP submitted its anti-corporation stand in the SC. By January 2003, entire case hearing completed in SC and it reserved final order.
On 14th February 2003, the SC bench cleared State's stand rejecting Council's application for continuing and ordered state to go ahead with legal process for formation of Corporation in Jalgaon.
People from all parts of society have welcomed the decision and are hoping for improved basic facilities and business environment. The political lobby has stunned and are finding it hard to find place for themselves to public their opinion.
DIPEX 2003 inaugurated
The Engineering students extravaganza DIPEX 2003 began last evening in Dhule with extraordinary participation from students. This event is organised since last 18 years and has technical platform for engineering students to demonstrate their practical skills and innovations.
Valentine day celebrated
The 14th February 2003, Valentine day celebrated among youths with panic due to protest by various organisations. Most of the greeting cards shops remained closed while hotels and colleges were full of rush. On the home front, married couples exchanged gifts on the eve of the day.
Omkareshwar Temple Jalgaon
celebrates its 32nd Anniversary:
Jalgaon's Omkaresh Temple is celebrating its 32nd Anniversary on 15th February 2003. Various religious programmes of Music and traditional "Havan" is organised to commemorate the occasion.
Supreme Court Okays Municipal Corporation formation decision:
The Supreme Court of India has given green signal to formation of Municipal Corporation in Jalgaon. The decision came after complete hearing of case. Further details and exact order is awaited.
This decision observed as heavy reshuffle is Jalgaon's politics and people are expecting this as a positive change.
Call for Nominations in District Sports Awards:
The District Sports Council has called for filing of nominations for Best Sportsman and Sports Guide for the year 2002.
In all three awards are offer to various sports related activities encouraging them to promote sports in District. The Award consists of 2100/- cash, Certificate and Emblem of the association on 01st May on the eve of Maharashtra Day.
Video Shooting Training:
The MITCON - DIC office Jalgaon is jointly organising video shooting training, Mobile Phone handling & Repairing and Photography Training programme for self-employment of youths from 17th February 2003. Please contact 2255285 for more details of the event.
Decision on Corporation
The Supreme Court will hear the much-awaited decision on Municipal corporation formation in Jalgaon today. Result is looked-for in entire Jalgaon as it is under process since long time.
Jamner municipal council election on 06th April:
State election commission has scheduled elections for Jamner municipal council on 06th April 2003. The EC has further ordered District administration to publish final voters listing on or before 10th March.
The nomination forms will be available from 10th until 17th March; final checking will be on 19th March while nominations can be withdraw up to 25th March. Election will begin on 07am on 6th April and results will be out on 8th April 2003.
Jalgaon soon to have
Customer Information Centre:
The Central Government has selected Jalgaon District from Nashik division for starting up Customer information centre. This centre will guide Customers with their rights and help them from time to time in this regards.
Police imposes 37(1)
and 37(3) in Jalgaon District:
In order to maintain Law and Order situation the District Magistrate, Jalgaon has imposed Bombay Police Act, 1951 section 37(1) and 37(3) in Jalgaon District with effect from 15th February until 28th February 2003.
JK Park inauguration
JK Park will reopen today in Jalgaon with brand new look and facilities. The park initiated years before at Shivaji Park Mehrun, is now coming up with new management team and look. TV Actress Shweta Tiwari ('Kasoti Jindagi Ki') and Comedy actor Raju Shrivastv will unveil the park today.
Pahur's two girls drown in Mehrun Lake:
Pahur taluka Jamner's two girls Seeta D Patil and Geeta D Patil drowned in Mehrun Lake. Police recovered bodies from lake on Monday morning and further investigation is in progress.
State Eligibility Test
on 16th February:
The SET Examination is on 16th February 2003 in MJ College and IMR College, Jalgaon. In all 983 candidates will appear for the examination. Exam will begin at 08.30am.
After Jalgaon, its Bhusaval
After Jalgaon city, Bhusaval is facing robberies day by day. On Monday, a gang burst a house in Tapi Nagar taking away around 67,000 in form of cash and ornaments.
This is for the second time since last week in Bhusaval city.
Fifteen injured in Bus
accident of Dharangaon Bus:
Fifteen people were seriously injured in a bus accident in which a Dharangaon bus crashed on a tree due to a breakage in steering rod. This accident took place about 3kms from Dharangaon city. Injured patients are undergoing treatment at the civil hospital in Jalgaon.
District Police begins Second round of action against Rated Criminals:
The Jalgaon District Police Crime Control Group has begun its second phase of action against rated criminals from around the District. After collecting all data in connection with criminals, police officials are now all set to launch. Groups of Police personnel in plain dress are moving around in places of public gathering and are catching "Romeos".
Raver's students sparkle
at the State Level Weight-lifting competition:
Raver's five Students have highlighted the State Level below 18 Weight-lifting competitions played at Satara. Out of five, two got Gold medals while three settled for Silver and Bronze.
Power Problem hangs Weekend life:
Due to Short-Circuit in DP in Visanji Nagar area, the entire City area remained in dark for as long as 13hours. For entire Sunday, the power cut hanged normal life and people's time with TV sets.
Lakhs of devotees attends
More than One Lakh devotees attended the Chopda's ongoing "1008 MahaYagna" being accomplished. The event is one of highest publicly attend event since last many years.
The event will conclude today with Prasadam to more than five Lakh people.
Mainly aimed at peace and growth of the Country, the "Yagna" gurus claims that the upcoming year, India will see the best of peace and prosperity.
Boost up the Business and Industrial Growth:
Since last year, Jalgaon is facing slack business and Industrial movement. This movement rise mainly due to no-new job opportunities from Industries and lowering of business throughout the region. Jalgaon's top-most industries even faced strong financial crisis and are still recovering themselves from the hole.
On other hand, strong market competition is making our industries hard to survive. Marketing competition mainly seen in cost is unbeatable from Jalgaon big bosses as Jalgaon's basic cost of living is much higher as compared to population and Income. An average person has to spend at least 50-80 rupees in fulfilling his daily requirements like food, dressing, social taxes and other expenditure. This all the way makes him demand more on his payment side. An average employer now a day pays around 2000-3000 rupees per month as minimum payment for employee. Another important issue is power supply and lake of basic facilities. Power supply day-by-day is becoming unstable and high-cost resulting in higher production cost. With lowest and zero-level basic facilities, a production unit has to pay more than 100 rupees to bring a 1000 litre water supply tank. If we remember last summer, we will see list of hundreds of pages of people becoming millionaire just by supplying Water tanks.
Therefore, the only area where an employer can save remains Government taxation. This view day-by-day is resulting in more unofficial business transactions and harder Government policies to tackle with the scene. Why not local Government think of these facts and try to provide the best of basic facilities like Water, Roads, and Power Supply etc? It is hard to describe status of Industries facing a timid time to make their survivals.
We have good geographical location advantage, we have good business links, and the best brains to operate business, what we miss are basic facilities to convert these efforts into hard cash?
An average person is becoming more uncertain about his financial future. The increasing life risk is changing "Ham do Hamara EK" principle and now people are going further for 2/3 and even 4. It is strange to see this change. How could this young generation earn money, remains the frequent asked question?
Why public is made to beg for basic facilities? Let the summer come, we will see queues of our Ladies waiting hours for drinking water. The 40+ Thermometer makes it harder to grab.
The Central Health Ministry is driving second phase of Pulse-polio immunisation programme today throughout the India. Health ministry is urging parents' to bring their kids below 5 years to nearest vaccination centre for drops.
In Jalgaon District 2106, Centres are established and 6318 staff facilitating people in Pulse-Polio vaccination.
Private Bus Accident
causes 18 people injured:
A Jalgaon - Shendurni Luxury Private Bus crashed with Matador in full speed resulting in severe injury to 19 passengers including driver. Further treatment is going on in Civil Hospital Jalgaon and 2-3 passengers are seriously injured and in critical condition.
Day by day, the increasing overload, high-speed driving and bad-conditioned roads are making private bus travel harder.
Best of Luck India:
With World Cup Cricket 2003 all set to start, entire Jalgaon Wishes its Team India "BEST OF CRICKET" and implore for the Indian Cricket Team to demonstrate the best of Cricket skills to win the World Cup 2003 Contest.
Plastic Surgery Camp
from Lions Club, Amalner:
Lions Club Amalner is organising a Plastic Surgery Camp on 21st and 22nd February 2003 in Amalner. The camp will include surgery on various skin issues like scars, spots on face, nose direction etc.
For more details, please contact Lions Club Amalner officials or leading doctors in Amalner.
Call for Employment Registration:
The Employment Exchange of Jalgaon has called for Registration to unemployed youth to register with Exchange and get a Computerised Registration number. The number will facilitate youth for various job opportunities from Government and semi-government institutions.
YCMOU examination forms:
The YCMOU March 2003 Examination forms are now available with respective colleges from 09th February 2003 onwards.
on 09th February:
The Second phase of Pulse-Polio immunisation is being organised on 09th February 2003. Parents, please take your Children to nearest Pulse-Polio Vaccination centre for drops and let us drive in efforts to say goodbye to Pulse-Polio.
Pachora's Umesh Gosavi
selected in State Team:
Maharashtra State Cricket Council has selected Pachora's Umesh Bharatgir Gosavi in State Cricket Team for upcoming matches.
Jalgaon soon to have
Indo-American Cardiovascular Centre:
Jalgaon will soon have latest and the best Hospital for Heart Patients and critical blood veins related problems. The Hospital is a branch of Indo-American Cardiovascular Centre in Jalgaon and will have most of the modern Heart related machinery and test.
It is located in the heart of Jalgaon City in Visanji Nagar area and is at its final stages of interior work.
Now Jalgaon people will have no need to migrate to Mumbai for their heart problems subjected to proper service and success rate of operating on Heart.
World Cup Cricket fever picks up in Jalgaon:
With Cricket World Cup about to start, Jalgaonkar are all set to catch the fever. Most of the leading newspapers have initiated attractive contests for their readers and are continuously publishing various world cup related information.
Most of the businesses have equipped their offices with TV sets to catch the live action of Millennium's first World Cup.
Burglary in Amalner
Once again, Jalgaon District is seeing Robbery and this time it is Amalner. A gang looting around 1.75 Lakhs in form of Cash and ornaments attacked a Bungalow nearer to Police Station in early morning.
A Second incidence occurred in Bhusaval where gang of criminals equipped with sharp pointing arms attacked a colony. Around 5 people were injured in this case and a theft of 18000 rupees has been reported.
Youth Festival from
The North Maharashtra University, Jalgaon is hosting Youth Festival on 21, 14 and 16th February 2003. The festival will begin at Godavari Engineering College's Premise and will consist of entire Jalgaon, Dhule and Nandurbar region colleges.
Various competitions to attract youth talent including Debating Competition, Spot painting, and Story Reading etc. are organised.
For more details and participation in the contest, contact NMU.
Unseasonal rain causes loss worth Crores:
The Unseasonal Monday night raining in District has caused loss worth Crores. According to primary estimates, a loss of around 1.6 Crore rupees has occurred in entire Jalgaon District. Pachora and Bhusaval taluka witnessed maximum raining while Bhadgaon and MuktaiNagar taluka witnessed lowest raining on that day.
NCP candidate wins Pachora
Municipal Council President Election:
NCP candidate Mr. Dilip Onkar Wagh has won the Pachora Municipal Council President Election just by a marginal difference of 45 votes over his rival Shivsena Candidate.
Out of 20849, he received 10447 while his rival had 10402 votes.
"Deccan Odyssey" to start from 01st May:
The much-awaited "Deccan Odyssey" Luxury Train, the one like Palace on Wheels is all set to start from 01st May 2003, the Maharashtra Day.
This Train will offer 8 days Maharashtra Tour Package to the tourist and will offer royal hospitality and sight-seeing throughout the Maharashtra. Starting from Mumbai, it will cover through Ratnagiri, Sindhudurg, Goa, Pune, Aurangabad and then Jalgaon and then from Jalgaon to Ajanta by Road.
Estimated at $350 per day, the train is all set to boost Maharashtra's slack tourism development especially in Jalgaon region.
Raining turns Khandesh
Sudden raining in evening time of Monday has turned entire Khandesh into Cold with temperature falling near to 10 Level.
The sudden raining has also caused damages to standing Crop and Cotton in mills and has added to general health related issues.
Police to fill up 52
The Police are filing up 52 posts in Jalgaon. Around 1145 applications have reached the office for these posts. The Interview process will be on 05th February 2003 at Police Ground, Jalgaon. Interested candidates are required to bring two PP size photographs along with other original documents. For more information or queries in this, regards contact 2220421 in Jalgaon.
HSC Practical examinations
from 06th Feb:
The HSC Practical examination is beginning from 06th February until 18th February while Theory papers will be from 21st until 14th march.
The ID cards allotment has already begun on 01st February and students are required to contact their respective colleges for more information in this regards.
Average Voting in Ward 13A:
The Mid-term poll of Ward 13A in Jalgaon city has shown 48% voting turnout. The election went peacefully and counting will begin on Tuesday 04th February.
Maharashtra Team wins
National Kho-Kho Competition:
Maharashtra Team of Boys and Girls both have won the 16th National Kho-Kho competition organised by West Bengal Association. Jalgaon's Sachin Mahajan was among team of Maharashtra winning boys' team.
Good Voting turnout
in Pachora Council President Election:
The 23rd Pachora Municipal Council President election has remarked 63.88% voting on Sunday. Counting for result will begin on 04th February 2003 and result will be out by noon.
Jalgaon condolences for "Colombia" Astronauts:
Entire Jalgaon imparts condolences with families of all 7 "Colombia" Astronauts including Indian born Kalpana Chawla who lost their lives due to break-up and crash in shuttle on '1-2-3' i.e. 01st February 2003.
DIPEX Exhibition 2003
in Dhule on 14th February:
DIPEX, the Exhibition showcase of Engineer Students new projects and technical ability is being organised in Dhule this year from 14th February till 17th February 2003. It will also include various discussions with Industries from Metro as well as rural levels.
The Exhibition is a joint event of ABVP and SSVPS Engineering College, Dhule.
Police starts exhaustive
operations to catch Criminals:
The District Police has started extensive operations to catch Criminals and road-Romeo throughout Jalgaon District. Various groups of Police including DSP himself are wandering in Plain dresses and are using Auto-Rickshaws to catch criminals at various common points.
All blacklisted activities are being scanned and raided by Police throughout the day and night time.
So whenever you find criminal activity around you don't afraid and call 100, Police is at its maximum alert to catch the snag.
Election in Ward 13:
The mid-term election in Ward 13 is being conducted tomorrow 02nd February 2003. The campaign for Election will end on 01st February 2003. There are in all 4 Women Candidates for this Election of Ward 13A.
Fun Jamboree on Sunday:
The Jain Ladies Group has organised a Fun Jamboree on Sunday 02nd February at G S Ground, Jalgaon. The Carnival will begin on 05pm and will include various stalls, gaming zones and celebrations.
The group has invited people of all age groups to participate freely and enjoy their weekends.