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Muktai Nagar Tenses:
The Muktai Nagar taluka's Uchanda village tensed following fight between groups of people on the issue of Devi Darshan. The whole saga dramatically changed when the group started Stone pelting on Police arriving to control the situation. The stone pelting caused injury to two Sub-divisional Police Officers and five home guards. The Police in order to control the situation reverted with Air firing causing injury to one.
Various political parties have called off Muktai Nagar Closed today to protest the issue.
Dandiya fever grips city:
The Dandiya raas fever is griping entire city in full raining making it a remarkable Navratri. Since last three days, there is continuous raining in the city especially in the period from 7pm until 11pm making obstructions in play.
The Younger generation and even mid-age people without worrying of continuous medium to heavy rainfall are playing in the raas. Such oblivious state of mind makes feel of younger generation desperate willingness to fly high removing all hurdles in life.
Meanwhile the medium to heavy raining caused power cut for hours in various areas in District.
Monsoon downpour continues:
The Jalgaon District witnessed heavy to very heavy raining on Saturday evening making this monsoon as one of the maximum rainfall monsoon. Almost all Dam and Lake have marked 100% water storage and some are overflow. The Jalgaon city's major water supplier Girana Dam water level is constantly increasing.
The heavy rainfall is causing damages to standing crop causing farmers worry and panic of losses.
Municipal Corporation Octroi Protest Committee
The All Maharashtra Municipal Corporation Octroi Protest Committee members are meeting today in Jalgaon to discuss further steps for strong opposition to Municipal Corporation Octroi Tax.
The Jalgaon City Municipal Corporation is implementing Octroi Tax with effect from 01st November 2003.
The Jilha Peth Police has arrested five persons including an Ex-corporator on charges of injuring three persons on 18th September 2003 for not polling him in JCMC Election 2003.
The monsoon 2003 seems to be breaking all its previous records crossing 1000mm rainfall mark on Thursday. Friday afternoon witnessed heavy to very heavy raining in almost all areas of Jalgaon District. The Monsoon 2003 raining has turned environment lush green and pleasing throughout the day.
Investor awareness programme by BSE:
The Stock Exchange Mumbai is organising a free seminar on 28th September at Bhusaval followed by 29th September 2003 in Jalgaon for the awareness of Investors from region. For more details of the event contact: 222241 Bhusaval and 2240940 for Jalgaon.
The programme would cover different aspects of Stock activities, Trading and settlement systems, derivatives, Debt Markets, Demat, Risk management and safeguards, do's and don'ts for the investors.
The Jamner Police have arrested two charge sheeted flied offenders in this week. The 18th June 2002 lead Jamner violence caused severe communal violence in the city and disturbed Law and Order situation of the District.
"Dashera" celebration on 04th October:
The festivity of victory of Good over evil, "Dashera" is on 04th October 2003. The key attraction of festivity remains 35 feet height effigy of 'Ravan' at Mehrun Lake ground.
Navratri festivity begins today:
The Goddess "Durga" is arriving today throughout the Country with warm welcome marking beginning of Navratri festivity from today. Like Ganesha Mandals, there is hundreds of Durga Festivity Mandal setting up in various parts of the district. The festivity picking up every year is becoming most common celebration like Ganesha festivity years after year. The Jalgaon district celebrates decade of Navratri festivity begun long ago with Mela for nine days in old Jalgaon city's Subhash Chowk area. Various Social Clubs in association with local newspapers are beginning the "Dandiya Raas" festivity from today.
The District Police have made adequate security arrangements to control Law and Order situation throughout the District. There are in all 8 Deputy Superintendent, 25 Police Inspectors, 75 PSI, 1900 Policeman, 1000 Home Guards, 200 Ladies constables and a special State Reserve Police (SRP) battalion from Daund monitoring the situation throughout the district.
The DM has implied Section 37(1) of Bombay Police Act, 1951 in order to maintain Law and Order Situation in District with effect from 26th September 2003 until 10th October 2003.
JDCC Bank issue: BOD to go to Supreme Court:
After announcement of Aurangabad High Court for attaching of property of Board of Directors of JDCC Bank, the BOD is moving Supreme Court on 06th October 2003 to appeal against the order. The opposition parties on the other side have demanded immediate resignation of State Food Minister involved in the JDCC Bank issue.
The Jalgaon City Municipal Corporation as ordered has announced monthly repayment of rupees One Crore to JDCC Bank along with Guarantee letter for repayment of entire loan.
Theft in Kajgaon:
A group of crooks shoplifted a Jewellery House in Station road of Kajgaon in Bhadgaon taluka stealing jewellery and cash worth Three Lacs and severe injuries to two.
The incidence took place on 24th September beginning around 2am to 3am. A group of around 20-25 robbers in 25 age group came up with weapons and broke JDCC Bank's Bhadgaon's entry gate. However, the group fail to pass through Shutters of the Bank and then turned to Jewellery house located on the second floor of the same shopping complex. Another part of group entered into the 38 years old shop owner residence located on back of the shop. On opposing to give up the keys, the group attacked the owner and his wife using pointing devices that caused severe bleeding to both. The nearby residing person on hearing such voices, called public help and therefore the group flee away with the amount.
Police has recorded FIR and further investigation is going on.
Igatpuri - Amalner Bus injury: 18 injured:
The Igatpuri to Amalner State Transport bus collided with Good Truck on Mumbai - Agra Highway at Adgaon village in Chandwad region causing injuries to 18 passengers out of whom seven are in critical condition.
The incidence took place on 24th September at around 10am when both vehicles crashed at around distance of 7kms from Chandwad in Nashik District.
JDCC Bank fraud: Bombay High Court Aurangabad Bench orders property attachment:
The Bombay High Court Aurangabad Bench has ordered attaching of all moveable - immovable property of board of directors including Chairman and current State Food Minister Sureshdada Jain of JDCC Bank Jalgaon. The order enforced on nine other regional Co-operative Banks under Section 88 of Co-operative Acts, has generated panic in the Co-operative world.
The Court order has also stated to get Court permission before making any changes in current JDCC administrator post. The Order also demands immediate recovery of Rs. 12 Crores loan allocated to Jalgaon City Municipal Corporation. The JDCC Bank facing losses of Rs. 10446.58 Lacs should not fill in any new posts and no increment to existing employees until two years. The administrator shall recover IBP principal amount along with Rs. 1.35 Lacs intrest from Chairman within two months.
The Debts Recovery Tribunal should conduct whole recovery and property attachment process and reporting the same every three months. However, the Board of directors and Chairman have not received any notice until now. With this, the JDCC Bank issue will remain key discussion issue throughout the region for coming 8-10 days.
Raining pleases Tuesday:
The 'Uttara Nakshatra' full day Monsoon raining has pleased the entire Khandesh environment on Tuesday. Raining continued throughout the day with medium to heavy showers in interval. Climate is still cloudy is expected to continue raining throughout the week.
The raining has caused damages to some crops while it will benefit the Cotton, Banana, and Sugarcane upcoming crop.
State approves TDR for Jalgaon:
The State Government has given approval to Transfer of Development rights act for Jalgaon city Municipal Corporation. Under TDR scheme, JCMC administration can occupy the unused reserved property owned by private companies and in turn can provide the owner with additional 20% FSI in city to their existing built-up. Please contact JCMC for detailed information in this regards.
Moreover, JCMC is stopping its Pimprala Housing free bus service following non-affordability.
Food department seizes 6000kgs of loose Oil:
Following food poisoning due to use of unbranded loose oil in Malegaon, the Food and drug department has seized 6000kgs loose oil in Jalgaon city. The F & D move is causing strong protest in business community and the community is meeting today to discuss the scenario.
The F & D department has appealed people not to use unbranded and loose oil and report any consequences thereof.
Assembly elections preparations:
The District administration is gearing up its preparations for upcoming Assembly elections throughout the State. The District department has received 2300 electronic Polling machines for the same. There are in all 2306 polling centres in twelve assembly seats in the District.
Youth drown in Girana River:
Shivaji Nagar area resident Rajkumar Ramchandra Kadam (Age 22) drowns in Girana River when he along with his two friends went there to swim on Sunday afternoon. This is second case of drowning in Girana River after Ganesha festival season. The Girana River basin in Jalgaon has unequal surface with depth at many points. If any person comes in depth periphery, he is sure to die because of non-ability to move out of it.
NCP leads JCMC Mayor and Deputy Mayor Posts:
The Nationalist Congress party lead candidates have won both Mayor and Deputy Mayor Posts in the JCMC's first ever election. The NCP supported independent candidate Mrs. Asha Dilip Kolhe (Age: 34 approx, Education: SSC, Native: Nashirabad) has become Jalgaon first elected Lady Mayor. Another candidate from NCP, Mr. Karim Salar (Age 50, Education: BA) has won the Deputy Mayor post in the voting of 69 elected members of JCMC.
With this election, the JCMC's first election process has come to end and both Mayor and Deputy Mayor will take their office charge from today.
Jalgaon Government engineering College gets
Rs. 23 Crores State grant:
Government Engineering College has received Rs. 23 Crores State Government grant to improve its infrastructure. The said grant will be availed instalments in coming four years.
JCMC Mayor and Deputy Mayor Selection today:
The most awaited polling for the post of city's first lady mayor and deputy mayor is on 11am onwards at JCMC conference hall. Meanwhile eight corporators have applied for the post of mayor whiles fourteen for the post of Deputy Mayor of city. The NCP holds 34 seats while BJP and Shivsena alliance holds 32 seats and independent candidates' holds three. The final announcement will be by today afternoon only. The whole epic depends on three independents and their criterion for support to any of two rival majority holding parties.
Jalgaon City's 138 years old establishment, the City administration, is getting an all-new leader today.
Fire in Chemical factory in MIDC:
The Short circuit in electric fitting caused fire in MIDC based Leeds-Chem Industries. The fire begun on Saturday dawn and took dangerous form by spreading throughout the plant, and caused several explosions in the Chemical Unit. The fire brigade took almost six hours to control the spread.
District Council approves 51 Crores Budget for Jalgaon District:
The Jalgaon District Council (ZP) has given approval to Rs. 51 Crores 27 Lacs 77 Thousands Draft Budget for year 2004-05. The District gets in all Rs. 5127.77 Lacs grants from State for implying various State and Central Government run schemes.
JCMC's new Medical setup inauguration at Shahu
The JCMC is inaugurating its brand new Medical Laboratory with latest equipments at Shahu Hospital Jalgaon. The setup provides extensive equipments and test facilities for Poor section of society at a very low rate.
JCMC implements Octroi from 01st November:
The Jalgaon City Municipal Corporation is implying Octroi Tax in Jalgaon City limits with effect from 01st November 2003. The JCMC has called for potential contractors for collecting Octroi on behalf of JCMC. The inclusion of Octroi is generating fury among business community and is leading to price increase of around 2 to 4% for common people. The Octroi Tender securing Security deposit of 2,17,07,200/- in form of Bank Guarantee shall be opened on 13th October 2003 for the period from 01st November 2003 until 31st March 2004.
The JCMC as cleanliness measure is implying a new rule from 22nd September 2003. The rule implies a penalty of Rs. 50/- for any citizen doing pinch, spreading waste by any means, and causing losses to public property.
The State Government is also stopping its grants to "A" Grade Municipal Council with effect from March 2004. The Bhusaval Municipal Council is such one council from Jalgaon district that will start sort of 'Entry Tax' to cover up its revenues.
Jalgaon city Mayor Selection on 21st September:
The City's first Ladies reserved Mayor Selection is on Sunday, 21st September 2003. The JCMC administrator in an official voting process will declare city's first Mayor in JCMC's conference Hall.
On Election front, Police booked one of the loosing candidates who severely injured three people in city's low-line area. All three are under treatment at ICU in Civil Hospital.
LN School wins District-Level Cricket Competition:
The Lalji Narayanji High School team has won the ongoing Jalgaon District level Cricket Competition by defeating Chalisgaon team by 65 runs.
JCMC Elections 2003:
The majority leader Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) in alliance with one independent candidate has formed its majority for holding the prestigious first lady "Mayor" post. The party is soon claiming its majority in the house. On other side the second largest party BJP and Shivsena, alliance is also gearing up its preparations to form an alliance with the help of independent candidates. The Exact Political turmoil shall be clear within upcoming three to four days. Meanwhile both majority owners have sent their candidates on a vacation to avoid possible crossover.
On another front, the criminal background candidates continued their panic throughout city with fighting amongst two groups in Valmik Nagar area. The terror news caused immediate shutdown of major market areas in city in the evening time and served dominance of criminal profiles in deciding political scenario. The most stressed Police has booked seven in this connection and continued its parade throughout the city to maintain the Law and Order Situation.
EC announces Dhule Election Schedule:
After JCMC its now turn for DCMC Elections. The State Election Commission has announced Election schedule for newly formed Dhule City Municipal Corporation (DCMC). The EC is conducting election on 14th December 2003 and shall publish revised ward structure on 17th October 2003. The voter's listing will be available for public notice by 11th November 2003 onwards. The State vides its notification converted Dhule Municipal council to Dhule City Municipal Corporation on 30th June 2003.
JCMC Elections 2003: A Wave of change:
The JCMC Election 2003 has reflected a wave of change amongst common public of Jalgaon. Out of 69 seats, the Nationalist Congress Party has won 34, while the BJP won twenty-seven, Shivsena won five, Metropolitan Development unit won one, and the independent won two. This final seat position is leading the JCMC Election 2003 to 'No Clear Majority' giving utmost importance to Independent Candidates role.
The JCMC poll counting begun on Tuesday morning witnessed many vicissitudes throughout the day with BJP and Shivsena alliance finding clear majority at one stage. The declaration of "Mayor" post candidate reserved for Ladies will soon come out and is going to be the significant factor to decide the race leader.
The key notable factor for the Election 2003 was defeat of many established ward members by entry-level members that too with good margins. The established working ward members of whatever party they belonged to, found no difficulties in winning the race. Another important factor was panic among common person regarding the results. Most of the areas witnessed undeclared market closed following chances of rivalry following election results.
EJalgaon Team thanks its media supporters especially Deshdoot Team and All India Radio for providing continuous support throughout the day.
Please visit our Election Section Home page for in-depth ward wise results and party wise details.
JCMC Elections 2003: Poll counting today:
The JCMC's first polling results are no more away. By today evening, all the results for 68 seats will be available. The poll counting process has begun at 8am with results in six stages comprising of three to four wards each stage.
The Polling completed marked killing of one supporter by another rival group in a ward on polling issue. The killing spread panic amongst people in city and some areas marked undeclared curfew throughout the day. The Police have arrested seven people including a corporator in this connection.
The first ever Lady Mayor of the city shall need at least 35 members support. The mayor selection process beginning with results, expected to complete within one week. The DM has implied section 37(1) and 37(3) of Bombay Police Act, 1951 in order to control Law and Order situation in the District.
The 1071 and 1072 Lokmanya Tilak Terminus to Varanasi running Kamayani express will halt at Jalgaon railway Station with effect from 16th September 2003. The UP train shall depart at 15.35 while down by 18.55 from Jalgaon.
The Railways is also starting up Durga festival special LTT to Howrah Pooja Special Train in October month once a week. Please refer Railway website for more details.
Jalgaon City Municipal Corporation election marks fabulous response:
The first ever held JCMC elections 2003 have yielded fabulous response with 64.58% voting percentile on 14th September 2003. There were in all 68 candidates trying their destiny for the election at 304 polling centres. The Mehrun area witnessed stone pelting between two rival groups causing injury to seven people including a Policeman. However, the police took control of the entire Mehrun area immediately and reinstated the polling process. The Police have booked 50 people including a corporator in this connection.
Of 214,683 eligible voters, 139,294 voters polled that includes 74,368 male and 65026 female voters. The Ward# five witnessed maximum polling percentile of 79.6% while ward# seven marked lowest voting of 51.20%. The following figures shows ward wise poll statistics.
Ward: 1 - 53.26%, 2 - 61.7, 3 - 68.50, 4 - 72.40, 5 - 79.60, 6 - 60.30, 7 - 51.20, 8 - 56.30, 9 - 65.55, 10 - 71.21, 11 - 66.97, 12 - 67.07, 13 - 70.89, 14 - 76.94, 15 - 68.11, 16 - 68.64, 17 - 69.17, 18 - 72.55, 19 - 56.60, 20 - 76.47, 21 - 62.78, 22 - 61.62, 23 59.41
The Poll counting process begins tomorrow morning
at 8am and result shall be available by tomorrow night. The election reminded
of older elections where most of the candidates provided free transportation
to voters to reach polling centres.
JCMC election begins:
The Jalgaon City Municipal Corporation (JCMC)'s first ever election has begun at 07.30am today. There are in all 23 wards with 69 seats i.e. each ward with three seats namely A, B, and C parts of that ward. Of 69, one candidate is already elected unopposed and therefore there are 68 seats for this JCMC Election.
Every voter has to vote on three different ballot papers for each of A, B, and C Part. There are in all 247 candidates in this election trying their fate for 68 seats.
Polling is democracy's ultimate selection weapon and therefore we request every eligible Voter to poll today to make useful contribution towards formation of our tomorrow.
Police recovers dead body:
The MIDC Police Station has recovered a dead body without head in a gunny bag near Mehrun Lake on Saturday. The dead body is of 25 to 28 age group person killed in a horror manner with many other parts of body missing.
Please report your information if any to MIDC Police station.
Medical admission halted again:
With continuing confusion amidst students, the Shiv Sena has halted the revised admission round process for admission to medical and Dental colleges throughout the State.
The State Government on other hand has urged Court to allow seven days time to formulate a solution for the issue.
JCMC Elections 2003:
With just 48 hours, left the campaigning for first municipal corporation election has stopped last evening. All major political parties, independent candidates have applied best of their efforts to secure maximum voting throughout their region. For the first time in Jalgaon election history, political parties used Telephonic marketing to promote their area wise candidates. This time there are 57 candidates having criminal background and have given declaration of the same while filling nomination forms.
The administration has arranged tight security arrangements for the Polling scheduled on 14th September 2003, Sunday. There are in all 340 polling centres with 1360 workers appointed and 1200 Policeman for security arrangements. The JCMC administrator has urged people of Jalgaon to caste their vote without any hesitation and freely and has requested to bring Voter's identity card while polling. The Poll counting schedule begins on Tuesday morning and result by evening.
Essay writing competition for students of Jalgaon:
The KCE society Secondary school is organising an essay writing competition for students of Jalgaon district from class 9th until class 12th on "Saint's views and social justice, Social Structure and national integrity issues", "Our cultural heritage and integrity."
The essay should not be more than 2000 to 2500 words. The first prizewinner attracts Rs. 1000/- cash prize, second prize Rs. 600/- and Third Rs. 400/-. Last date of receiving essay is 20th September 2003.
For more details and participation, terms please contact the school.
Medical students in dilemma:
With State Government and Private Colleges still unable to resolve the fees issue, the medical students find themselves in deep confusion and anger. The 'No result' status even though September has arrived is causing deep concerns to students and their parents.
On the other side, the Engineering students still await for Government's intervention for decreasing the fees hike.
JCMC Elections 2003:
With just 48 hours for poll beginning, the JCMC Election campaigning is ending today evening. All parties and candidates have tightened their belts to get the best results.
Four youth drowning:
The Police have recovered body of fourth youth drown in Girana River basin on Anant Chaturdashi. The four died includes Amol Sarang Dole (Age 22), Ajay Sarang Dole (25), Prashant Gajmal Patil (19), and Vijay Laxman Patil (23). These four friends were out to Girana on the eve of Anant Chaturdashi and celebrating kitty party.
JCMC Elections 2003:
With 14th September 2003 at just 4 days away, the Election campaigning is at its maximum throughout the Jalgaon City. The most analytical part of this campaigning is use of Local Print media to abuse each other regarding various issues, which is a sign of bad politics.
Please Visit http://ejalgaon.com/elections for detailed JCMC Election 2003.
Jalgaon's student highlights shooting competition:
Imran Patel, a student of Rustomji School has secured second rank in 0.177 Open Site Air Rifle in State Level School Shooting Competition at Aurangabad while Amrapali Parihar, student of St. Joseph Convent School has secured third rank.
Four youth drowns in Girana River:
Four youth from Jalgaon city drown in Girana River basin when they went for Ganesha idol 'visarjan'. The death spread grief wave among Ganesha devotees throughout the District. All four youth died were from 25-30 age groups and Police has recovered three of four bodies until now.
The key attraction of festivity remained fabulous cultural presentation by Major Ganesha Mandal member while saying goodbye to their beloved Ganesha.
Goodbye Ganesha, welcome Prosperity:
The lord of happiness Ganesha is leaving us today with a promise for a completely new prosperous and peaceful year. The Ganesha festival celebrating throughout the State had numerous public praying their worship on the last few days.
With good monsoon this year throughout the Country, let us all pray together for a positive, peaceful, and prosperous year full of excitement for all of us.
Court orders 60% fees payment option:
The Supreme Court has ordered option for payment of 60% fees for seat reservation until the Court setup committee review the fees structure in private medical Colleges and has ordered restarting of admission process from 11th September 2003 throughout the State. The order came with State Government calling Court for continuing the Medical admission process stopped by furious students,
The State has further called a meeting of all Top-level Banks officials on 11th September for offering Loans to student undergoing medical education in the State.
Centre sanctions Rs. four Crores for Road Development in District:
The Central Government has sanctioned four Crores fund for Jalgaon District Road development under CRF Scheme.
The sanctions provides healthy budget for repairing and rebuilding of all National Highway roads passing throughout Jalgaon District.
Private Bus and mini-door accident: One killed:
The Private bus coming from Raver and Mini-door arriving from Savda crashed at "Mothe Waghoda" near Savda resulting in death of one passenger and severe injury to two.
Medical Admissions halted, engineering admission continues amidst chaos:
The Maharashtra State Medical admission process halted on Saturday following strong protest from Student community against newly announced Private medical Colleges fees structure. The State authorities have urged to continue the process in Supreme Court and Court shall hear the same on Monday.
On another front, the Engineering Admissions continues amidst chaos in student with DTE, publicising another notification for those admitted in Management Quota seats. The notification called students for optional entry to State run CAP by filling in form available in only four locations throughout the State within just two days i.e. Saturday and Sunday. The notification resulted in confusion to many management quota admitted students and thy parents with immediate need to flee to Aurangabad or whatsoever nearest location of four described in the notification.
The Maharashtra State, so proud of its Educational system is facing severe critics this year and the parents and student community is in anger over State's very mishandled issue.
Ganesha festivity at its peak:
With Ganesh festivity entering eighth Day today, the festivity is at its peak with people coming out of home in groups. The entire district turns out to a festive camp with people standing in long queues to pay their worship to Lord of happiness.
Most of the Mandal have organised various contest to encourage youth and area level activities. The "Dhol" and "Ganesha Worship" music continues in every heart.
JCMC Election 2003:
With just seven days left for JCMC's first ever election and ongoing Ganesha festivity, the candidates are running their intense campaigning. The voters on the other hand are in confusion due to newly announced ward structure and three divisions in each ward. The ward is no longer a geographical geometry but has many other additional areas as well creating confusion among voters.
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Agricultural Projects Guidance on 08th and 09th September:
The Agricultural Community is organising an Agricultural projects guidance camp on 08th and 09th September 2003 at Krishak Bhavan Jalgaon. For more information, please contact 2233442.
JCMC Elections 2003:
With Election date coming closer and closer, the candidates have begun their intense preparations and campaign throughout the City. There are in all 340 Polling centres in Jalgaon with around 700 Vote Boxes and 2100 people staff to control the election process.
We find entire city and local newspaper media full of campaigning.
JDCC Bank issue hearing on 11th September:
The Mumbai High Court Bench Aurangabad is hearing JDCC bank fund misuse issue on 11th September 2003. The Court is also hearing various other banks fund-mishandling coming under its jurisdiction.
Ministers arrive in Jalgaon District:
The Railways minister is arriving in Bhusaval on his one-day tour on 03rd September 2003. The visit aimed at viewing current work status of the Bhusaval division along with meeting of senior officers.
The Micro Irrigation Task force head and Andhrapradesh CM is also visiting Jalgaon to view irrigation technologies implementation at Jains.
MSEB softens load shading:
Among the peak, festivity period the MSEB has soften the so announced daily three-hour power cut schedule. Very low to no power cut has been reported all around the District.
Recent cases reported in Jalgaon Police records clearly marks a higher percentile increase of younger generation community in theft and other such cases. If the trend continues this way, our younger generation shall face severe troubles in future.
Most of the cases if overviewed give a clear picture of use of theft earning for short-term enjoyment. The liberalised world and open culture environment remains a major cause of attraction for the lower section of the community. In most of the cases, the age group involved is 15-25 age groups, the group that should rather be in education.
It is therefore ultimate challenging roll for all of our parents to take a strong note of this issue and start building up a strong foundation of ethical values and moral in our next generation. Money is no more going to be significant factor for living life in upcoming days, what is going to matter really is our values. If one has strong moral and ethical values, it is for sure that he/ she is going to face less number of problems as compared to others. So dear parents gear up and accept the challenge of parenting the generation next. Our older parenting techniques needs strong review and fine touch according to today's open media environment.
Ganesh festivity picks up:
With starting of Ganesh festival, entire city is picking up Ganesha fever increasing day by day. Every Ganesh Mandal member is busy in giving up a final touch to its decoration and starting up series of events to continue until end.
The nighttime decoration of Ganesh Mandals all around city adds to beauty of city is attracting crowd increasing day by day.
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Petrol Diesel rates hikes up:
Following increase in International market Crude oil pricing, the Petrol and Diesel prices have hiked up by around 2.15 Rs. Per litre on petrol while Rs. 1.25 per litre on diesel with effect from 31st August 2003.
Power cut schedules begin today:
The MSEB's new power cut schedule begins today with daily three hours power cut in city area while five hours in rural area.