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Searching for Snacks:
Refreshment is a party time enjoyment and everyone wish to tang the best. Every city has its speciality in snacks; likewise, Jalgaon earlier popularly known for its hot spicy Lokpriya Missal and Prabhat 'Badam Shake' is changing its taste bud with changing living style. Amongst popular picks now a days are South Indian Dishes, Agra Chat, Pav Bhaji, and Ice Cream.
Reviewing the refreshment and hotel industry, we find an interesting fact. The Industry still has more than 60% share of unbranded Hawkers. The region still hangs up with its older restaurants using their traditional ways of earning. The College groups still finds harder to have options of restaurants to party in freely and enjoy the atmosphere.
Sindhi Community younger generation tops in eating out especially in evening followed by Marwadi and Gujrati community for outing and going out for dinner on weekends. With lesser number of enjoyment options, people prefer to go out only on holidays and weekends.
The increasing visit to "Permit Rooms & Bar" amongst youngsters is an issue of deeper concern to all of us. The Liquor and alcoholic offering restaurants are on boom time. We need to reconsider the factor and prosper our society.
Motorcycle - Truck accident kills two in Parola:
A Mini Truck collided on Motorcycle on National Highway No. 6 at Parola resulting in death of both the persons sitting on motorcycle returning their home at Vitner after attending marriage at Chalisgaon. The Parola Police Station is investigating the Accident reporting both Truck Driver and assistant flee away.
Loot in Yaval:
A group of offenders entered in newly established area in Yaval City and looted cash and other assets worth Rs. 18,500. The looting has spread panic amongst people of Yaval. The Yaval City Police Station is further investigating the issue.
Examinations from 01st March:
FY, SY, and TY Science Graduate Students' Practical Examinations are beginning from 01st March. Please contact respective College for more details thereof.
Railway Wagon derails on Sindhkheda:
A Wagon from a Goods Trains moving towards from Bhusaval derailed on Sindhkheda Railway Station at Point No. 119 at early morning timing on 26th February morning. Since the Train was moving slower, the derailment did not caused major loss, however the entire Jalgaon - Surat Route's Traffic was disturbed for around three hours following the derailment.
The Jalgaon - Surat Railway Route is Single Line Electric / Diesel Route having Broad Gauge Lines led decades before, is in alarming state, and need immediate replacement at many points. The Jalgaon - Surat Railway Link is one of important Railway Link connecting Central Region with Important destinations in Gujrat, Rajasthan.
on "Latest Trends in Computer Science" in NMU:
The NMU Department of Computer Science (DOCS) is hosting a Two-Days Seminar on "Latest Trends in Computer Science" on 01st and 02nd March 2004 in NMU Senate Hall. The Project aided by NCST and State Government's Science & Technology Department aims to create edifying environment and spread recent Trends awareness amongst community. The Seminar, FREE to all will have presence of Top-notch dignitaries in the field of Computer Science delivering their Expertise view on Topics like "National IT Roadmap - Role of an IT Professional" etc.
The DOCS has urged Computer field related students and professional to participate in the event.
Intensifying Sun raises summer warning:
Jalgaon District critically known for its Extreme Summer heat is all set to give another harsh experience of summer 2004. The Thermometer scale is increasing day after day especially in afternoon time. Until now, the region has witnessed 48 Degree of Maximum temperature in Summer time. The Jalgaon city and Bhusaval City are two most heating stations in Summer time in the region.
5.5 Lacs Cash & Jewellery worth stolen from Jalgaon's Businessman:
A group of unknown delinquents' stolen cash and Jewellery worth Rs. 5.5 Lacs from a Jalgaon based businessperson while travelling in Ahemdabad - Bangalore Express on 24th February midnight. The Nandurbar Railway Police is further investigating in the FIR lodged with Bhusaval Railway Police.
State Government announces Rs. 288 Crores Khandesh Package:
The State Government has announced a hefty Rs. 288 Crores Khandesh Package for development of Khandesh region comprising of Jalgaon, Dhule, and Nandurbar District. The State Government will pay off Rs. 29 Crores of City Corporation's Rs. 54 Crores Outstanding to JDCC Bank and JCMC will pay rest of 35 Crores from State Grants taken for "HUDCO" project. The Package also announces aiding region for development of Tourism Places, Priority to Drinking Water Schemes, and increasing forestry base by plantation.
Amidst other important decisions taken, was to restablish 56 Co-operative Irrigation Projects in Jalgaon, Dhule, and Nandurbar Districts by taking over them in Tapi Irrigation Development Corporation and funding all the schemes.
Chinaval's Vasantrao Mahajan honoured with "Krishi Bhushan" Award:
The State Government has announced Year 2003's Jijamata Krishi Bhushan Award to Chinaval based Vasantrao Mahajan for his outstanding services and use of ultramodern techniques in Agriculture field.
employees on strike today:
Entire Maharashtra State's Government & Semi-Government employees, workers are going on a day strike to protest recently announced Judgement of Supreme Court of India in regards of "Rights to Strike."
All City Council, District Council, Insurance, Sales Tax, Income Tax Employees Associations along with Schools, Colleges, and Univeristy Employees are supporting this Strike.
Insuring life the safer way:
Today's world is high-risk world. With increasing number of accidents and increasing diseases and improper food combination, our life is at jeopardising state. In such State of mind, every one of us could draw in some amount for a safer future of our beloved ones and dependents.
Today's open-up Insurance world offers a completely new set of Policies for this safer aspect of our life. Beginning with Medical Insurance, Money Back Policies, Investment Plans, Accidental Policies, Major Diseases covering policies, and Children Education Plans, we have a bouquet of policies.
Insurance seems safer and better aspect of securing our dependents life apart from regular investments like Fixed Deposits etc. It offers handsome returns and in unfortunately we face major disease, then we have Insurance to back us for whatever the amount of Medical Expenditure may be. Insurance is the only sector where Government Owned Insurance Company Employees offers you professional service and takes minimum time to process your documents.
fever grips region:
With beginning of HSC Theory Papers and SSC Papers about to begin, the stressed student community is trying best of their efforts to achieve bright success in curriculum. Consider last few years results, Girls have performed well than boys in HSC & Boys performed well in SSC Exams.
The Engineering, Medical Education, and Management related degree courses remain higher preferences of students in the region.
Polio Vaccination: Second Round Today
The Second round of Pulse Polio Vaccination is on Sunday, 22nd February. We urge Parents to bring in their kids below five years of age to their nearest Polio Vaccination booth and help India become Polio Free.
There are 2,155 Booths setup in whole Jalgaon District targeting 460919 children.
Magician Sumit on "Jaadu
Serial" today on Star Plus:
Jalgaon's Magician Sumit is demonstrating his Magic expertise in Jaadu Serial on Star Plus from 07:30pm onwards on Sunday, 22nd February. This is for the third time in last four months; Sumit is performing on Star Plus and has one more show scheduled in March. Native of Jalgaon, Sumit is currently finishing his Graduation in Mumbai.
HSC Examination from Today:
The Mega Curriculum turning point examination, HSC is beginning today throughout the State. There are in all 980,395 students from 4142 Colleges are appearing for HSC Exam this year from entire Maharashtra. The State Higher Secondary Board for the first time will conduct Online Examination of Information Technology Course; it earlier tested the demo version of examination. There are 109,135 students appearing from Nashik Division comprising of Jalgaon, Dhule, Nashik, and Nandurbar District.
Team EJalgaon wishes all its Student friends Bright Success and promising curriculum ahead.
Authorities publishes Electoral List:
Gearing up its administration, the District Authorities published Revised Voters' listing as on 01-01-2004. The Listing is available for Public Viewing at 1564 Polling Centres throughout the District. The Entire Assembly & Parliamentary Election will be through Electronic Voting Machines making Counting Process easier and faster. The District Authorities has availed CD of Electoral List for use of Parties.
According to revised Listing, there are 2306 Polling Centres for Assembly Elections and total number of voters is 244,9835 and Government Service Personnel 2397 totalling to 245,2232. Please click here for detailed Talukawise Listing.
The Jalgaon Parliamentary Constituency comprising of Jalgaon, Jamner, Bhusaval, Yaval, Raver, and MuktaiNagar has 1238411 voters. There will be 1138 Polling Centres for the Constituency of which 238 Centres are in Jalgaon and 205 in Bhusaval.
The Erandol parliamentary Constituency comprising of Chalisgaon, Parola, Amalner, Chopda, Erandol, and Pachora has 1213821 voters. There will be 1168 Polling Centres for the Constituency of which 203 are at Parola, 202 at Pachora, 200 at Chalisgaon, and 195 at Amalner.
Election fever grips region:
"Election" the sweat word for Political parties has ringed and all political parties are on their higher state of alert. May be it any of function, politicians are sure enough to attend and not to miss the excellent opportunity of influencing masses?
The Khandesh region is a purely male-dominant Politics playground. Drinking water, inadequate electricity, worst state of Infrastructure, and lowering business opportunities etc. remains key concerns of Khandeshi people. What we have in our "Asset" side is useless Buildings and Shopping Complexes all around the region. In city like Jalgaon, there is more number of Shops as compared to number of Business Establishments.
The Dhule District is one such district where City Administration used to supply drinking water after every 15 days during summer. Visiting Dhule in summer holds humours escape, Invitee says "Drink Cold-Drink but don't demand Drinking Water," people became used to of getting Drinking water on "ON" basis demonstrating devastating state of people of region.
"Lowering Employment Opportunities" remains one of most significant debated issue. Since last 5 years, no major Industry has seen region as Potential and Good Geographical location. The existing Industries at Jalgaon MIDC, and Nashirabad region finds harder to survive with increasing cost of Labour, More of Political Interference in Labour issues, Electricity Problems, and above all higher cost of setting up units. The existing major Industrial setups are thinking of moving away from region.
No Administration is concentrating on this severe issue generating anger amongst people for "Feel Good" factor in politics. The Local administrations must come ahead to invite a Conference of major industries around the globe and demonstrate "Advantage Khandesh" to resolve the increasing non-employment issue. If the situation goes the same way, the earlier UP & Bihari People trend of working as labours and hunting for jobs in other states will start in our region as well.
Jalgaon Dudh Federation gets ISO Certification:
City's one of major co-operative movement "Vikas" has received ISO 9001-2000 & HACCP certification for its Chilling Centres and ISO 9001-2000 for its Cattle Feed Plant. The Vikas movement initiated a long ago and now run by NDDB management since last 8 years, employees around 500 and procures around 1 Lac Litres every day. Vikas supplies quality Milk, and Allied Milk products to entire Khandesh region. There are around 180 Centres of Vikas in Jalgaon city distributing around 40,000 Litres of Milk per day.
"Har Har Mahadev" applauds community on the eve of Mahashivatri:
The "Mahashivratri" festivity of Lord Shiva is being celebrated throughout the region today. City's Omkareshwar Temple, Nimkhedi Shivdham, and Sindhi Colony Shiv Temple are lighting decorated. Of many of Lord Shiva Temples, the Shiva temple in Khedi does have all 12 Jyotirlinga Idol, Mahadev "Pind" at Rath Chowk, Mohadi Road, Panchmukhi Mahadev Temple in Mehrun, Mahakaleshwar Temple in Shiv Colony are star attraction amongst community. "Rameshwaram," one of oldest temples of Lord Shiva located on bank of river, is just 45kms from Jalgaon city.
announces Entrance Exam for Dental PG Course
The DMER is conducting PGD-CET 2004 on 14th March 2004. The Entrance Exam application forms are available with DMER, Govt. Dental College, Mumbai/ Pune/ Nagpur/ Aurangabad from 23-02 until 28-02-2004. Last date of acceptance of duly filled forms is 29th February 2004. Please visit DMER web for more details thereof.
"Clean City, Green City - Jalgaon city" buzz JCMC:
After its successful massive campaigning to curb increasing intrusion in shopping complexes popularly known as "Atikraman," the JCMC is all set to clean up Jalgaon. Beginning Monday, the JCMC has begun cleaning up its roads. The authorities washed City's two main roads from Tower to Ajanta Crossing, Gandhi market to Mahabal Bus Stop roads with water and announced implementation of Penalty for civilians if found throwing waste on roads on spitting.
The authorities further ordered removal of all hoardings and banners on public locations within 7 days and putting up more dustbins to carry up dust at various locations in Jalgaon. The snoozing JCMC seems finally awakens and promises for more of such useful actions to make its slogan true.
SC & HSC Examinations Statistics:
There are in all 53,714 students appearing for SSC, and 37,472 students for HSC Examination from Jalgaon District. There are in all 119 Exam centres for SSC from 613 Schools of District while 58 centre for HSC from 155 Junior colleges in District.
announces more buses for festivity:
State Transport has announced more Buses for Festivity at Shivdham, Tal: Parola, Kapileshwar Tal: Amalner, Rameshwaram Tal: Jalgaon, Waljhiri Tal: Chalisgaon, Amkheda Tal: Jamner, and Omkareshwar Temple Jalgaon.
KU Kolhe School Girls shines:
The Kolhe Girls School eight Students have received State Guide Award at State Level Conference in Rambhag, Tal: Bhor, Dist: Pune. This includes Seema Laxmikant Jha, Meenal Bhole, Rohini Kolhe, Minal Chaudhari, Nutan Nemade, Sonam Zope, Snehal Pimparkar, and Ashvini Patil.
Bhusaval Police detains 12 in connection with RRB:
The Bhusaval City Police Station team has arrested 12 persons for using forged certifications from Railway Recruitment Board to obtain required training in Zonal Training Centre at Bhusaval. Of 12 arrested includes two female candidates and all of them obtained falsified certificates of RRB for the post of Railway Commercial Clerk from Jabalpur zone.
Parola's social activist Abhay Jain passes away:
Abhay Jain (Age 35), a social activist from Parola passed away on 13th February 2004 following severe injuries from accident on 12th February. He ran Swami Samarth Group, a charitable group for social activities for human being running school and various other activities in Parola city of Jalgaon District.
A diamond performer in the jewel crown of Jalgaon District has descended and the whole district will remember his services to society.
standing committee approves decrease in Taxation
The Jalgaon city Municipal Corporation standing committee has given approval for decrease in House Tax and Development Tax; abolishment of License Fees for JCMC owned shopping complexes. The revised rates will come in effect from new financial year i.e. 01-04-2004.
Amongst another major decision, The District Business confederation meeting decided to take compensation charges from JCMC at points where the JCMC authorities have cut down shades or such temporary constructions. The meeting unanimously called for JCMC to send primary notices first before conducting such massive destruction campaign.
City witnesses Strike:
The whole of Jalgaon city witnessed undeclared strike last day to protest massive campaign taken over by Jalgaon city municipal Corporation authorities to curb increasing invasion in JCMC owned Shopping complexes. The protest begun when the JCMC authorities ordered demolishing of all temporary and permanent intrusion even may be stairs to enter in to shop. The JCMC conducted immense campaign at a time throughout their all-major shopping complexes leading to fiasco between shop owners and authorities.
Notable factor is that JCMC owns almost 60% markets and shopping malls built up in city and most of retail, service industry operates through these shops. There are in all around 5000 shops in around six shopping complexes allocated by JCMC on 99 years lease agreement.
The Shopping complexes termed as Jalgaon's 'Quick Money earning machines' no more remains a point of attraction apart from just one advantage of location being centralised and in heart of city. Most of complexes are almost 40 to 50% empty with no to almost zero cleanliness, water supply apart from other regular problems like water leakage in shops, toilets, no security, parking issues etc. Amongst city's major markets is V. V. Market (popularly known as Golani Market - named on its builder) known for Service Industry business establishments. Almost all Newspapers, Couriers, Computer Industry related shops, wholesalers, and jewellers working on contract basis are located in this market. The cash-rich Phule market is famous for its retailing having Ladies-driven outlets mainly relating to clothing and other general materials. Amongst third major shopping establishments are Bhikamchand Jain Market (Old & New) housing major Medical wholesalers, multi-level marketing companies, Science College, Income Tax Office and other finance companies. The Newly built-up B J Market is amongst one of major attraction from architectural point of view - You can take up your two-wheeler or goods trolley until top floor that too by driving on your own. Wandering in market makes you feel walking in middle of a road continuously hearing horns demanding you to set aside.
So next time when you think of buying a shop in a Corporation owned Complex, review the scenario, see the facilities availed at that point, and think twice before deal.
Board bars 52 students in SSC Exam:
The State Education Department has barred 52 students from Nashik division from appearing in upcoming SSC Examination. It includes 4 from Dhule District, 12 from Nandurbar, 15 from Nashik, and 21 from Jalgaon District. All these barred students followed unauthentic practices during or after October 2003 examination.
Jalgaon's Baviskar wins First Prize in Drawing:
Raju Baviskar, an Art Teacher from Jalgaon has won First Prize in Camlin All India Art Teacher's Competition in Water Colour Category. His Drawing describing a narrow road in Nashirabad Village of Jalgaon District drawn using Water Colours on 15x20" Paper secured First place amongst all.
Open House from UDCT, NMU:
The University Department of Chemical Technology, NMU is hosting its Annual function Open House from 24th February until 28th February 2004. The UDCT has organised various competitions for School & College Students in this year function. Please call 2258421-426/427/433 for more details.
Jalgaon region gets pious touch:
The Jalgaon region since last month is receiving honour to host holy events series one after another. Beginning with Swaminarayan Community's Acharya Rakeshkumarji, Terapanth Acharya Mahapragyaji, Digambar Acharya Vijay Ratnasundersuriji, Bhuvneshwari Peeth Gondal's Ghanshyamji Vyas Maharaj, and now Divya Yog Temple Trust's Swami Shri Ramdevji Maharaj are arriving in Jalgaon for their holy Yoga Training Camp from 06th until 12th March 2004.
The blessings and Pravachan of such sanctified dignitaries has purified region's environment and will have much longer benefits on routine life of common people.
get Rs. 2.25 Crores Funding under 'Svajaldhara Scheme':
The State has approved 17 villages of Jalgaon District for 'Svajaldhara Scheme' for water supply. These villages will receive in all Rs. 2.26 Crores fund jointly from Central and State Governments for Rural Water Supply and Cleanliness.
The aid offered will help villages resolve drinking water supply problem during upcoming summer blower.
NMU to scan and imprint Candidate's photo on Hall Tickets:
The NMU to tackle increasing number of Exam conduct related problem is implementing a new measure of Examination. The Hall Tickets required for Entry in Exam Centres will have candidate's scanned picture. NMU is second University in State to implement such measure after Amravati University and it successfully tested the Technique in Engineering Examinations recently conducted.
get rewards in National Competition:
Bhusaval's Rajesh Narayan Sonawane and Narendra Arun More have won Bronze Medal in 18th Sub-junior National Boxing Competition conducted at Haldvani.
Adhering in the Past:
We are in 21st Century, well if you say this; you seem to have contradicted the practical situation. Today we live in the iron grip of media hyped by Western Influence causing a sort of 'Bhel-Puri effect' in our Culture. We still see numerous cases of misbelieves and charging environment the 'Jadu-Tona' way. This news covers such one aspect reviewed on eve of 'Gruh Pravesh'.
'A Bungalow' with all amenities is a family's ultimate passion and when we achieve the dream, we are surely in the state of foment. We invite family and friends to celebrate the Muhurat eve by organising religious songs night popularly known as 'Jagran' and hosting Dinner party. The holy Jagran mainly on the theme of family 'Kul-Deyvat' (Family's deity belief) begins in highly inspiring atmosphere. The professionals' team invited to do so try to recharge the environment with 1000 watts Surround sound or so probably in closed halls. Event begins with Prayer of family deity followed by a series of songs depending on demands thereof.
After an hour or so comes the googly, someone (probably a woman) arriving in association with professionals all of sudden stands up in a different way, taking attention of everyone. She dances, she will to toss up herself, takes deeper gasp, and hoedown herself in a way somewhere 'Goddess' performed in any serials. The Team leader without wasting a moment, invites her on the stage, salutes her, and renames her 'Angel' arrived to rejoice the event. The family head along with senior members and women gets thrilled, prays her, and respects her. The so-called angel and the professionals delight environment in such a way that within an hour, everyone goes beyond normalised state of mind. Many such angels take dawn during upcoming hour or two. The family head holds his breath high, waits keenly for 'angel' blessing in regards to his future and past. The just born 'Messenger of God' delivers his fancy statements with praise and warns. The epic saga ends with professionals dressed up in orange clothing, taking angels nearer to deity idols, requesting her to calm down and settle.
Living in Ultra-modern stage of life, how could a normal human being turn Godly that too within few hours? Who could avoid up stimulus charged at closed room with heavy watts surround sound systems? How a normal person can prudently state future and past of a person without knowing him and his family? No matter what our 'Tantriks' and senior family members calls them 'angel', I foresee their play as just an art of earning bread. Thinking of part of our family and known members turning so, clearly indicates two things: The environment charges them to perform such act and another important factor is a saddle of outlooks laying deep in mind regarding many of family members with respect to day-to-day behaviour.
of such artifice, rethink of today, and beware especially when you invite on 'Jagran'.
PWD sports competitions from today:
The State owned Public Works Department Nashik division is hosting various sporting competitions of Nashik, Ahmednagar, Dhule, Jalgaon, and Nandurbar Districts on 08th and 09th February at MJ College Ground.
Jalgaon's Sumit Chhajer in 'Jaadu - The Magic Show' on Star Plus:
Jalgaon's Magic fame Sumit Chhajer is performing his Wonder Magic tricks on Star Plus's Magic soap 'Jaadu' on 07th February from 07.30pm until 08pm. His show includes eating of Current flowing Light, dispersing Cold Drink bottle to convert it to a Flower bunch and various other tricks.
Before this show, he demonstrated his proficiency in Magic in Star plus Serial 'Kuch Kar Dikhana Hai' by Car Levitation. Just at 21, Sumit is a College Student in Mumbai and has Magic and Drawing as greater leisure pursuit. Sumit is also performing two more shows in 'Jaadu' Serial scheduled for broadcast in February end and March First week.
plans to reduce House Tax:
The Mumbai-like Taxation Structure of Jalgaon city will soon have new look, thanks to upcoming election wave. The Standing committee of JCMC is putting up a proposal in upcoming meet to reduce City's currently Charged House Tax. An average Home user pays 4000 Rs. House Tax for various facilities from JCMC while a Shop Owner (Commercial User) pays around 5000 Rs. Per year as House Tax and other Taxes such as Rent, Licensing etc. in Jalgaon.
Whole Maharashtra faces Blackout for hours:
The whole of Maharashtra witnessed blackout for more than four hours on Thursday afternoon following major faults in Chandrapur and DeepNagar Centre. The Jalgaon District witnessed power cut for almost five hours from around 1pm until 6pm.
Accident wretchedness continues:
An unknown high-speed vehicle killed a youth driving Motorcycle near Doordarshan Relay Tower on National Highway of Bhusaval Road. The Accident took place on 05th February morning when Ashok Shravan Patil (Age 37) employed in BPCL Khedi was going back to his home after finishing his duty. The MIDC Police Station is further investigating the Incidence.
Origin people in Jalgaon District:
The District Administration is submitting a report to Aurangabad High Court regarding complaints of residing of People from foreign origin especially . According to Administration, there are in all 293 people residing in Jalgaon District having Foreign Origin especially .
Gynaecologist's Conference in Jalgaon:
The Jalgaon City is hosting 18th Association of Maharashtra Obstetrics and Gynaecologists Societies of Maharashtra (AMOGS) State Conference of Gynaecologist Doctors from throughout the State. Around 500 doctors are attending the mega event in Godavari College Campus. Almost all Hotels and Lodging are full.
Varied climate raises diseases:
The whole of Khandesh region is witnessing mixed atmosphere with Mercury scale dipping up and down throughout the day. The daytime especially from 05am until 08am is chilling while noontime 12pm to 5pm is hard hitting.
Various common diseases like Cold, Fever, and headache are raising high in every home with equal amount of unclean drinking water supply in many areas.