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Monsoon increases Dam levels:
The Monsoon 2003 has significantly increased water level at Girana by almost 18% in last two to three days. All the dam in the regions are showing positive increase in levels.
Accident kills another School Girl:
With memories of last week's accident still alive, another accident on the Highway series took place last day killing Class one student Ruksar Sayyed near Sadoba Warehouse. She was crossing the road when a high-speed State Transport Bus arriving from Bhusaval towards Jalgaon city crashed her. She died on her way to medical treatment.
The badly beaten driver by surrounding area people was arrested by MIDC area Police Station. The State Transport Department has paid immediate compensation to family of died and further inquiry is going on.
In last nine days, four youth are killed in these Highways accidents.
JCMC calls Business community for discussion
The Jalgaon City Municipal Corporation has called entire Jalgaon city business community to discuss various aspects of Octroi being implied shortly in Jalgaon. The meeting is on today 30th July, 12pm at JCMC building.
Red Alert in entire Maharashtra:
The State Government has sounded red alert in entire Maharashtra following Bomb Blast in Ghatkopar, Mumbai. Adequate security arrangement for the Kumbha Festivity host Nashik along with continuous updates on developments is being taken in to account by the Authorities. Security arrangements at Bhusaval Railway Station are also being enhanced.
Heavy Rainfall predicted in Jalgaon District:
The Meteorological Department has predicted heavy to very heavy raining in entire Jalgaon District in upcoming 12 hours. All 41 doors of Hatnur dam are open to control the heavy flow of water in the basin.
The low monsoon raining Raver taluka recorded 107mm raining on 28th July 2003. Until now, the Jalgaon district has witnessed 73.33% raining as compared to last year.
Call for nominations to "Acharya Tulsi"
The All India Terapanth Women Council has called for nominations to it is once a two year "Acharaya Tulsi" Award. The award comprises of Rupees One Lakh Cheque along with Certification and Trophy. Last date of filling nominations is 10th August 2003.
For more details and nomination form, contact University development Council, North Maharashtra University, Jalgaon.
Railways starts Kumbha Mela Special Trains:
The Central Railways Bhusaval Division is starting almost 120 trains for Sinhastha Kumbha Mela being held at Nashik. Some regular trains including super fast and Mail Trains have been halted at Nashik and Odha Railway Station for adjusting the heavy Kumbha rush.
Special facilities like Extra windows for reservation, Unreserved Ticketing and PNR Enquiry and others have been launched at various stations in Bhusaval division especially Manmad, Odha and Nashik Road Railway Station.
Please visit http://www.sinhasthabyrail.org for more details and latest train timings.
Election in Chalisgaon ward 1B:
The Election commission has announced election in Chalisgaon Ward 1B. Late date and time for making nominations is 05-08-2003 at Meeting Hall, Municipal Council, Chalisgaon and final candidates listing will be announced on 06th August 2003. The election is on 24th August 2003 from 07.30am to 05pm and counting on 26th August 2003.
Earthquake in Nandurbar District:
The Nandurbar District witnessed Earthquake on Sunday with centre at Molagi in Akkalkuva taluka measuring 4.2 on Richter scale. The Nandurbar district witnessed quake on 6.03am in morning while secondly on 10.11am in the day. However, the two same day quake shocks had no effects on Sardar Sarover Dam and did not caused any life casualty.
Showering throughout Sunday:
The monsoon continued throughout the party-time weekend giving the best of raining pleasure. The monsoon showering continued throughout the Saturday night and whole Sunday with heavy raining in some parts of Khandesh. The continuous raining has caused flow above danger mark in Tapi River at Burhanpur. Almost 24 doors of Hatnur dam were opened to control the water level in the river.
Of accidents and precautions:
Jalgaon District has witnessed many major incidences throughout this month. The accidents in every form have resulted in major injuries and deaths most of the time. Most of the incidences took place due to our overloaded traffics and many times due to our mistakes and negligence.
Another important aspect of accidents when we talk of Jalgaon Specific is that our Educational Institutions are located far near or across National Highway. Almost 4-5 major student inflow institutions are on bank of National Highway creating need of crossing Highways for reaching destination.
The Highway Traffic has its own set of rules and regulations and those who are used to of this traffic system can only drive throughout. The Trucks and other heavy motor vehicles paying most of the road taxes dominates the Highways and are "Night King" of the Highways.
Our student friends shall be trained properly to cross over and drive on such life-risking Highways. Just Driving License is no way a certification of adequate driving especially on Highways. So dear friends always remain alert while crossing highways, take a good look at both the directions while crossing and always be at a safer distance from Heavy Motor vehicles. Always drive below 50KMPH and keep a routine check of your Vehicle. Many times accidents incur due to failure and non-functioning of speed controlling devices in our vehicles.
Another important request that remains hanged is "Urge to shift National Highway out of City traffic" shall initiate. Colleges targeted in the route shall make a common appeal to Civil Authority to do so and Colleges should conduct regular Training camps for Safer Vehicle driving.
Pachora's Karan Nagane gets National Sports
National Sports Council has selected Pachora's Class Eight Student Karan Nagane for their National Sports Scholarship for year 2002-03.
Kumbha festivity at its peak:
The Kumbha Festival 2003-04 is beginning at Nashik and Tryambakeshwar city and the rush has already begun to flow towards Nashik. Almost One million people travel is expected in Nashik. The Nashik Civil authority, State Transport and Railways are making sure to provide the best of services to facilitate visitors. The Kumbha fever no way seems to be touching Jalgaon and nearby Dhule Districts. Only the Railway City Bhusaval seems to be in flow of Kumbha while others at regular pace.
Railways completes Bhusaval - Surat Electrification:
Among one of the major development for Khandesh region, the Western Railways has completed its Railway Route Electrification for route from Jalgaon through Surat. The prolonged project took years to complete of. Railways officials completed final test of electrification on 24th July 2003.
Use of electrical engines on this route will begin soon with inauguration from top Government officials at an earlier date. The electrification will help to reach Surat from Jalgaon in just six hours as compared to eight hours earlier required. The route still is Single Track Broad gauge route resulting in time loss for crossing of different trains.
The Central Railways has also started its one of unique website having Live Updates of every Train Status Nationwide by connecting Site with it's National Train Enquiry System (NTES). The Site http://www.Trainenquiry.com is Railways one of the ambitious project helping passengers getting latest Train Arrival status at specific station by means of Internet.
Truck kills College lass:
The high-speed running truck killed Two-wheeler driving College girl on National Highway Six. Dipti Devidas Jawale (Age 22) was passing through ITI Hostel on National Highway Six when the uncontrollable truck crushed her. The truck speed caused severe damages to her head causing on the spot death in the evening time around 8pm.
Post Department starts International Money Transfer
service at Dharangaon:
The Post Department in association with Western Union Money Transfer service has started International Money Transfer service at Dharangaon. With this service, anyone can receive money from any country to Dharangaon within 2-3 hours only.
Cloudburst in Jalgaon city:
The Jalgaon city witnessed thunderstorm raining on Thursday afternoon for more than two hours making city temperature cooler and enjoying one. The heavy rain caused traffic blocks at some points in the city.
The most worrying thing about monsoon 2003 is that most of the water supply resources dams are still below 50% storage mark. The monsoon 2003 raining is more in the city areas while lesser in outer or dam area.
District Police sends JCMC Election extension
The District Police has sent a request letter for extension of JCMC elections by at least 15 days following Celebration of Ganesha Festival on the same period of elections. It has further requested that due to festivity it would face problems of security management for election booths and other works.
The Election Commission has not yet given any reply to the said request. The JCMC elections are scheduled on 14th September 2003.
Bhusaval gang war:
The Bazaar Peth Police Station Bhusaval has filed complaints against 26 alleged people involved in Gang war on 23rd July 2003. Out of 26, Police have arrested five and sent to Police custody. Out of 26 charged, many are council members.
Attack on Petrol Pump in Amalner:
A group of crooks attacked a mid-residential area Petrol Pump in Amalner city on 07.30pm in the evening and started Stone-pelting on the pump. The sudden started stone pelting caused panic among staff members and people filling fuel in their vehicles. People ran away while some staff also took shelter at safer places. The crooks attacked Cashier who was counting daily cash and ran away with around 20,000/- rupees.
The stone pelting caused minor injury to a staff member at the petrol pump. Further Police investigation is going on.
Bhusaval tenses following group wars:
The Bhusaval city tensed on Wednesday following clashes between two rival groups. The clash. The Clashes resulted in severe injury to seven of which six are admitted to District Civil Hospital at Jalgaon. The Police have arrested two people in connection with the clash and further investigation is going on.
Railways regularise Secunderabad-Bikaner Express:
The Railways has regularised the Holiday Special Secunderabad Bikaner Express train. The Train starting from Secunderabad will run once in a week facilitating many passengers from Khandesh region as direct connectivity to Bikaner. There are almost 200 families from Bikaner region also known as "Thaali Region" in Khandesh.
North Maharashtra Level Marathon:
The RPI Bhusaval has organized a North Maharashtra Level Marathon in Bhusaval on 15th August 2003 on the eve of Independence Day 2003. The competition is being organized in two categories namely Open Category and Student Category.
For more details and participation, contact RPI Bhusaval Branch.
Jeep accident: Three died, four injured:
The sudden unbalancing of fast running "Trax" caused regress moving towards Chopda from Shirpur Road. The incidence caused death of three while four are severely injured. The injured includes one from Idgaon of Jalgaon taluka. The injured victims are under treatment at Chopda Civil Hospital. The three died includes one male (Age 70) and two females (Age 60 and 75 respectively) sitting at backside of the Jeep.
MSEB restarts Power cut schedule:
The MSEB has restarted its daily four-hour power cut in entire Jalgaon district from Monday. The all of sudden restarted power cut schedule is causing troubles to people.
State Transport starts Sinhastha Special Buses:
The Maharashtra State Road Transport Corporation (MSRTC) is starting "Kumbha" special nine buses with effect from 30th July 2003 back and forth to Nashik and Tryambakeshwar. Apart from these buses if a particular Bus stand has around 50 to 55 passengers waiting for Bus, then that Depot will start special bus for those passengers.
Drinking water issue:
Due to raining at various water supply resources, many areas are receiving contaminated drinking water causing various diseases. We urge everyone to use boiled drinking water only to avoid such problems.
Jalgaon region is witnessing a new phenomenon in banking industry. With many banks under suspicion shadow in terms of safety of deposits and mishandling of funds, the local banking industry is witnessing a significant step towards making itself stable and long run.
All local co-operative and Nationalised Banks have begun massive hunt for recovering their debts and strictly implementing code of conduct. The earlier favouring a person for loan or mishandling of funds factor is changing. Every bank is making sure of their loans granted by means of enough documents.
In last month itself, the city witnessed Public Auction of many debt holders and the process continues throughout. The whole episode begun with Co-operative Credit Society depository issue and then prolonged JDCC Bank issue.
Good Monsoon raining in Khandesh:
The entire Khandesh belt is getting satisfactory monsoon rainfall this year. Most of the Taluka in Jalgaon have witnessed almost 60% of average raining in respective taluka until date. The nearby Dhule and Nandurbar District are also witnessing good rainfall this year.
Following is Water storage status of Various Dam in Jalgaon District as on 19th July 2003. Hatnur - 30.4 (11.92%) MLT, Girna - 31.360 (5.99%), Manyad - 2.578 (6.40%), Bori - 0 (0), Bhokar Bari - 0.542 (8.29%), Suki - 14.681 (36.84%), Abhora - 2.589 (43%), Agnavati - 0.176 (6.38), Tondapur - 4.305 (92.82%), Hivra - 1.003 (10.45%), Mangrul - 5.685 (88.73%), and Bahula - 4.377 (26.8%).
Jalgaon's three students secure First rank in
State Scholarship Exam:
Jalgaon District's three students have topped at State conducted Pre-SSC Scholarship examination. Reecha Ravindra Kabra, Chetan Haribhau Mahajan, and Husainee Halim A. Husain from Thombre School, Dharangaon have topped the Examination throughout the State by securing 300 out of 300 marks while Priya Missar from Z P School Pachora secured Second rank by obtaining 298 out of 300 marks.
Out of 14 students in merit listing, eight are from Dharangaon.
Jamner, Pachora tenses:
Tension increased in Jamner city when two motorcyclists attacked on a bicycle driving Hotel Waiter. The attack arouse tension among Muslim community as Haidersha Rashidsha, the person injured was from their community. The issue tensed further when people heard of the report and some termed it as anti-community feeling and started closing their shops. The all of sudden chaos caused panic among people making situation drastic one. The Jamner City Police station took immediate effect and employed Police all along. The immediate Police action made people confident of situation and situation returned normal after many hours.
In another incidence, Pachora city tensed up when two of City Municipal Council employees tried to spread chaos by disturbing Dr. Ambedkar idol. Many of the shops remained closed following fears of strong protest from the Dalit Community. The Council has suspended two alleged employees in connection with the issue.
Police entraps two fake currency printers:
The MuktaiNagar Police have catch two alleged for printing fake currency notes using latest electronic media devices. Both the youth are just 24 years and they used Computers, Colour Inkjet Printer, and Scanners to print duplicate notes.
More power-cuts throughout the State:
The State Electricity board has announced power-cuts for around 600 to 700 mw power in upcoming period following repairing in major power supply stations. The earlier restarted daily four hours power cut schedule has stopped in major business areas in the region while minor hour to two hours power cut is becoming a common phenomenon throughout the district.
State-level Diploma in Education Merit Listing today:
The Education Department is publishing State-level Merit listing for admission to Diploma in Education Course today. The listing will be available at District Education College.
Pharmacy Diploma Admission:
Government Polytechnic Jalgaon is inviting admission applications for admission to Diploma in Pharmacy Course for year 2003-04. Students passing HSC are eligible for admission to Pharmacy Diploma. The admission forms are available with College from 16th July until 25th July 2003.
The best monsoon with the best temperature and lush green environment makes the best time for outing. So what location you are planning of? Come out and enjoy the nature's wonders. Spots like Ajanta, Ellora, Padmalaya, Pal, Ridhur, Rameshwaram are all set to make your journey a memorable and wonderful one.
Around One Lac people visits Yaval:
Around One Lac, people visited Yaval's Mahrishi Vyas Temple on the eve of Guru Pornima on Sunday.
Monsoon satisfies throughout the Week:
The monsoon 2003 continued its normal pace throughout the last week with at least 10-20 minutes daily raining in most of the parts of Jalgaon district. The strange phenomenon observed this year is non-equal raining in various parts. The unequal or no raining in two almost 1km away parts of city makes it a strange phenomenon to remark.
Service Tax on Internet Access, Job works Services:
The Budget 2003 imposed 8% Service Tax on various services including Cyber Café, Job Works processing centre, maintenance, technical Testing is in effect from 01st July 2003. The concerned firm head shall contact the Jalgaon District Cyber Association Office or Central Excise Office for applying through "ST-1" form for Service Tax Registration. Last date for filing for registration is 30th July 2003, afterwards imposing a straight penalty of Rs. 500/-.
Please contact 9422284054 or 2234871 for more details and procedural requirements of Service Tax application.
Pune-Nagpur Special Train:
The Railways is starting 2131 down/ 2132 up Pune Nagpur Super Fast train with effect from 14th July 2003. The twice-in week 2131Dn train will start from Pune on 18.30pm and will reach Nagpur on 10.05am next day covering Pune, Manmad, Bhusaval, Malkapur, Akola, Badnera, and Nagpur. The twice-in week 2132Up will start from Nagpur on 18.20pm and will reach Pune on 09.40am next day covering same stations. The train comprises of ten Sleeper, two General, One Ac Two-Tier, Two Ac Three-Tier, One Pantry Car and two SLR Coaches.
The Train does not have any stoppage at Jalgaon having highest demand of Jalgaon - Pune travel. Almost 15 private buses fly from Jalgaon to Pune every day covering thousands of passengers.
Accident kills three in Bhusaval:
The flying Truck colliding with Auto-Rickshaw killed three rickshaw passengers from Jalgaon that includes a couple and their nine months child. The accident took place on Khadka road of Bhusaval on Friday afternoon. The Auto-Rickshaw driver is also injured severely in the mishap and is under treatment.
Khandesh's another son devotes himself to service of Nation:
Bhadgaon Taluka's Devidas Tryambak Patil (Age 27), Juvardi died following sliding in snow when he was on-duty at Kargil on 17th February 2003. The unit recovered his body after a period of around four and half months.
State turns pilgrimage host:
The Ashadhi Ekadashi eve is celebrated as State's one of the biggest festivity with more than one million people visiting Pandharpur, the holy Vitthal Rukhmai temple also known as deity of Maharashtra. Most of the Maharashtrian people observe fast for the day concluded by Ekadashi special breakfast.
Most of Jalgaon people also observe the fast on this day and venerate God for their well-being. Shendurni's Shri Trivikram Temple and Pimpalgaon Hareshwar in Jalgaon region also known as Pandharpur Copy and therefore this Ashadhi Ekadashi event has significant importance in Jalgaon region.
Local Holiday today:
The District Magistrate Jalgaon has announced 10th July 2003 as Local Holiday on the eve of Ashadhi Ekadashi. All local Government Organisations will remain closed today including Schools and State Government offices and excluding Court and Banks.
Pimprala Rath Festival Today:
The Vitthal Temple Trust Pimprala celebrates Ashadhi Ekadashi every year by commemorating Rath Festivity today since 1928.
Truck crashes Uno: Kills 3 from Amalner:
The high-speed Goods Truck killed four people seating in Fiat Uno, three of them from Amalner. The incidence took place at Guha Turn on Ahmednagar - Manmad Road at 4am in the morning. The three died include Natthu Shankar Patil (Age 70), Chandrabhaga Natthu Patil (Age 65), and Jyoti Dhananjay Patil (Age 40) all from Amalner and Car Driver Jitendra Babulal Patil (Age 23) from Kundane in Dhule District. Fifth person, Dhananjay Natthu Patil however saved from the incidence, had only few injuries.
The Uno car crashed in the incidence has broken in such a drastic manner that apart from its tyres nothing is identifiable. The family was going to Pune for Heart treatment of Natthu Shankar Patil.
Centre grants 10 Crores fund for Water schemes
The Central Government has granted a handsome fund of 10 Crores 16 Lacs for implementing 99 water supply schemes in entire Jalgaon District. The District Council (ZP) has received 10% first instalment of centre's 90% contribution.
DTE suspends Option Form acceptance for Engineering Admission:
The Directorate of Technical Education has temporarily suspended acceptance of Option form for Admission to First Year Engineering following hearing of various petitions at Mumbai High Court.
Mob attacks Shani Peth MSEB Unit:
Following frequent power cuts and troubles in the Baliram, Shani Peth, and M G Market area, the mob attacked Shani Peth MSEB Unit and destroyed their furniture and fixture. The earlier called off Power cut is still functional in many parts of the city making it difficult to continue daily routine work.
New Telephone Directories available:
The BSNL Jalgaon has availed new Revised Telephone directory for year 2003. The directory is available at Customer Care Centre, BSNL located in Telegram office Building. The BSNL allocates Directory when we show a copy of last paid bill and deposit old Directory.
Khamgaon - Pandharpur Special Train:
The Indian Railways is running a special Train on the eve of heavy rush for Ashadi Ekadashi in Pandharpur. The General coach Train will start from Khamgaon on 10th July 2003 and pass through Jalamb, Nandura, Malkapur, Bhusaval, Jalgaon, Pachora, Chalisgaon, and Manmad in Bhusaval Division. It will return from Pandharpur on 12th July 2003.
Revised Railway Time Table:
The Railways as a regular practice has reviewed Timing of almost all Trains with effect from 01st July 2003. Please check for exact new timing before scheduling your departure. Visit Indian Railway's online website for online reservation, Train Availability, Route Details, and fare enquiry.
Please read JCMC new Administrator name as "Dattatrya Purushottam Metke" instead of "Dattatrya Purushottam Netke."
The Monsoon 2003 continues throughout the week in full form. There is at least 20-30 minutes raining daily in this week cross more than 50% mark of last year raining in almost all taluka of Jalgaon District.
Please visit Monsoon 2003 section for detailed Talukawise Monsoon report.
MSEB withdraws Power cut schedule:
The Electricity board has withdrawal its two day before started hectic power cut schedule following stiff protest from community. Following good monsoon throughout the State, the MSEB's main reason of inadequate raining has gone.
Millions of people to visit Prakasha in Shahada
The once in Twelve Years organised Kumbha Festival in Nashik will attract almost One million people from 29th July until 31st July 2003. The Prakasha City in Shahada Taluka also known as "Southern Kashi" celebrates "Kumbha Festival" as well. People visiting here take holy both on the bank of Tapi River. In 1991, almost six Lac people visited Prakasha and the figure will reach almost One millions this time.
Court interdicts Private Medical and Engineering admissions:
The Mumbai High Court has prohibited all Private Medical, Dental and Engineering Colleges in Maharashtra to continue admission process until 08th July 2003. The order came following 12 petitions filed from various Individuals. The State Government announced approval of Fees revision of various private Engineering Colleges approved by IRA.
Following Table shows new Fees structure of various Colleges affiliated in North Maharashtra University area.
Shivajirao Deore College of Engineering, Dhule - 39000/-
Gangabai College of Engineering, Nagaon - 30000/-
Engineering College, Navalnagar - 35000/-
Engineering College, Shahada - 36000/-
J T Mahajan College of Engineering, Faijpur - 36000/-
Bambhori Engineering College, Jalgaon - 36000/-
Saint Gadge Baba Engineering College, Bhusaval - 36000/-
Godavari College of Engineering, Jalgaon - 43000/-
Sureshdada Engineering College, Jalgaon - 36620/-
KCE Engineering College, Jalgaon - 40629/-
R C Patel Institute of Technology, Shirpur - 32090/-
JCMC New Administrator:
Kolhapur's Dattatrya Parshuram Metke is Jalgaon City Municipal Corporation's new Administrator. He will take his charge today from the existing DM cum Administrator.
Family kills daughter-in-law in Yaval:
A family including father-in-law, mother-in-law, husband, and others killed 32-year daughter-in-law Savita on not supporting their decision for Husband to leave Teacher's job and start his own business. The alleged husband is a Faculty at Dondaicha College. The family hanged her in the room using nylon ropes. Meanwhile the Police have arrested all five family members of the alleged family and further investigation is still going on.
The incidence clearly marks intense psychological pressure put on daughter-in-laws and no understanding between family members. The generation gap causing mutual understanding problems is shocking community with such torments.
DM to hear Objections on revised Ward Structure:
The DM will hear all objections received on revised Ward Structure for Jalgaon City Municipal Corporation (JCMC) upcoming elections. In all 42 objections are received at DM office.
Drawing Exhibition today:
City's five-youngster artist have jointly organised a Drawing Exhibition at Ramnarayan Agrawal Hall, V V Library Building, Jalgaon from 03rd July until 05th July 2003. These youngsters namely Sangram Soni, Chetan Patil, Rekha Bafana, Jayshree Bari, and Amol Dusane have sketched 30 drawings on Swami Vivekananda using Pencil Shading, Powder Shading, and Sketching.
The Monsoon 2003 continues in its full from this week as well. Beginning with this Monday, the raining continued throughout Tuesday as well. The last week low raining has given adequate time to farmers for plantation and if the same trend continues this Diwali is going to be one of the best Diwali for people of Jalgaon. District's major financial transactions circulates through agricultural income, a whopping 60% of its population depends on farming.
All major dams supplying water are flowing with good levels and area has witnessed almost 40% raining as compared to last year in just June.
Well done friends, time to gear up:
With almost all academic results out, the student's community is witnessing applause from all parts of the society. Honouring the best students, merit students, and toppers continues throughout the District. It is busy time for community heads to admire their pupils. The community heads along with honour shall constitute yearly Scholarship for their needy students. The current scenario in education field clearly indicates that Education shall become dearer making difficult for common or poor section.
On other hand students and their parents are feeling annoyed over almost doubled Fees in every section of Education along with competition in race for admission. The regular Class XI admission merit closed on 68% making education no more a common student's play. The below 65% students are either supposed to go to lower merit colleges or they need to give donations for the admissions. A Playgroup school is charging Rs. 200/- per month fees with Class I to X charging almost Rs. 350/- to 400/- per month. The Class XI and XII students are supposed to pay approximate Rs. 5000/- as annual fees. The Graduation and PG is the toughest one. Graduate students are paying around Rs. 10000/- while PG are paying around Rs 20000/- to Rs. 35000/- per year.
The State Education reforms are good ones but they in other aspect are killing prosperous and bright students that may arise from Poor section of the Society. The Engineering Education is live example of how low income or needy student having medium percentile go behind and have to go to private Engineering Colleges and pay around Rs. 35000/- per year. The current education reforms have also created two brands in students i.e. if you belong to a Reserved or Scheduled Category you have handsome discounting in fees and seat reservation as well, but if you are open you aught to blame on yourself by paying full fees and having no confirmation in seats.
The Government foundation principle of educated society seems forgotten in the shade of political or vote bank strategies.
MSEB restarts Power Cuts:
Contrasting the good monsoon, the MSEB has restarted its hectic daily four hours Power cut schedule throughout the District. The power cut initiation has spread strong protest amongst common person in district.
Vinod, Manisha Patil flies to US:
Vivre Bk, Taluka: Raver's Vinod Patil and his wife Manisha Patil are flying to Texas, US. A Texas based Software Company has selected him as Software Engineer.
Dhule's "Fake Stamp Case" accused arrested in Pune:
The Pune Police have arrested Dhule's MLA and Loksangram Party State President Anil Gote on charges of being involved in the Fake Stamps case. He is amongst 44 other suspects arrested under Maharashtra Organised Crime Control Act (MOCCA). The Pune Court has sent him on PC until 14th July 2003.
Dhule Municipal Council converted to Municipal
The State Government has issued formal notification for conversion of Dhule Municipal Council into Dhule City Municipal Corporation (DCMC) with effect from 30th June 2003. The State has assigned Dhule DM as in-charge Administrator of DCMC until the fresh election process is complete.
SIMI Activist fleeing Case: 32 Member team to
The Jalgaon Police's 32-member team will shortly visit Karanja in Wardha District to investigate the SIMI activist fleeing Case. Meanwhile the local level intense search Operation is also going on.