Legislative Council Polling today:
The Maharashtra State Legislative Council Polling for Nashik Divisional Constituency and Graduates Constituency is being conducted today from 8am until 4pm. There are 17 polling stations with 1 poll station in charge, 2 Polling Officers, 1 clerk, and 1 Police Constable at each station.
The Voters have to assign preferences in form of digits i.e. 1 and 2 to candidates standing in fray with at least 1 preference mandatory.
World Aids Awareness Week events:
The Maharashtra State Aids Control Committee is conducting various events to spread awareness about Aids diseases from 01st December until 08th December. The events include Public rally, Youth Introduction meet, Essay writing, Debating competitions, guiding prostitutes.
Jalgaon's Payal secures 4th Place in National
Junior Triathlon Competition:
Jalgaon's athlete Payal Arvind Maheshwari has secured 4th rank in National Triathlon Competition conducted at Hyderabad on 28th November 2004. She finished her 750 meters swimming, 20 kilometres cycling, and 5km running in just 1 hour and 50 minutes.
Legislative Council Polling tomorrow:
The Maharashtra State Legislative Council Polling is scheduled for tomorrow 30th November 2004. There are 512 voters for Legislative Council seat while 20183 voters from District for Graduates Constituency in Nashik Division.
Around 300 villages to face water shortage:
After good monsoon here comes gimmick. The District Administration has announced that around 300 villages in District will face drinking water shortage from December end. Around 24 villages/ places in District will face this water shortage from December while 150 villages and places from upcoming April/ May month. The District Administration is in process of planning supply for these areas and will soon announce a new plan thereof.
This includes 92 villages and places from Jalgaon, 159 from Jamner, 85 from Muktai Nagar, 128 from Pachora, 65 from Erandol, 86 from Dharangaon, 58 from Bhusaval, 92 from Yaval, 63 from Bhadgaon, 115 from Parola, and 155 from Amalner.
Infrastructure at its lowest:
The whole of Jalgaon region is witnessing lowest state of Infrastructure facilities that includes Roads including National Highways, Electricity and improperly managed drinking water supply.
Roads all around are jerky amounting to greater number of accidents. Driving on National Highways has become a risk issue especially on night time.
Income Tax, Service Tax seminar for Rural
and Urban Co-operative Societies:
Maharashtra State Co-operative Board and Jalgaon District Urban Co-operative Federation are jointly hosting a day seminar on 30th November 2004 for guidelines relating to Service Tax and Income Tax applicable in Co-operative sector.
With around 750 plus Co-operative Societies in District having more than 500 Crores of Deposits, the Co-operative movement is a major tax payer chunk for Income Tax and Service Tax Departments. Most of Co-operative Societies largely earn by giving at Demand Drafts Commission, Loan Interest, and Loan Application Processing Fees. With Fixed Deposits intrest ranging from 4% to 6%, the societies charge 12% intrest on loans along with 1% processing fees.
Legislative Council Elections:
The Jalgaon District will go on Poll on 30th November for Nashik Division Graduates Constituency's seat. There are 20183 Graduate Voters from Jalgaon District. The Authorities have setup 34 Polling Stations and have allowed any one of ten Identity proof. The Poll Counting is on 02nd December at Nashik.
Railway Goods Tariff hike from 26th November:
The Railways is hiking its Goods transportation fare by around 7.7% for Coal, Iron, Manganese and 3.7% for Cement Transportation. The hike will add a surplus of 400 Crores fund to tackle with ups and downs in Fuel prices.
Ajanta caves witness season's best inflow:
With lush green environment around and weather cooling down, the World heritage Ajanta caves is witnessing best of inflow from foreign as well as Indian Tourist. The Ajanta Caves has peak traffic beginning from the month October until January with weather settled.
Burglary in Amalner's Sakharam Maharaj Wadi:
A group of dacoit having pointed weapons attacked Amalner City's Sakharam Maharaj Wadi on Wednesday Morning looting temple deity's ornaments, jewellery. This group of four crooks had pointed knife and sharply pointing weapons terrorised temple's seer and forcefully took away things. The Amalner City Police Station is further investigating the issue.
State soon to establish Banana Export zones:
The State Government is soon establishing Banana and Orange Export zones at various locations in the state to boost exports. The zones to be established with aid from Centre and State will have investments of 1508.50 Lacs from Centre while Rs. 1716.50 from State Government to set up infrastructure facilities including Training for quality production, Crop protection units, Pre-cooling Cold Storage, Pack House and many other facilities.
The Banana export zone includes Jalgaon, Dhule, Nandurbar, Buldhana, Hingoli, Parbhani, and Nanded Districts.
State Transport to hike Bus fares by 18% from 24th November midnight:
The State owned Maharashtra State Road Transport Corporation (MSRTC) is hiking its Bus fares by a whopping 17.89% with effect from 24th November midnight. This hike came as one of major increase in fares in last 1.5 years following changes in Diesel Pricing, variation in Tyres and Chassis rates, and increased Employee Bonus.
Missing Japan Tourist returns safely:
The Japanese Tourist went missing on Saturday returned back safely on Sunday late night. The Photography hobbyist found himself in trouble when the Navjivan Express Train started to depart from Station, since he was on Train; he dropped at next station and returned back to Bhusaval in night.
State Cotton buying:
The State Cotton Federation is opening up its Cotton buying at Pahur, Taluka: Jamner and Varkheda, Taluka: Pachora, Pimpalkotha, Taluka: Dharangaon from 24th November 2004. Until now the authorities have purchased 30,000 quintals of Cotton crop at 20 different centres in Jalgaon District.
Japanese Tourist missing from Bhusaval Railway
Tadasune Inouve, Aged: 69, resident of Saitama, Japan went missing on Bhusaval Railway Station on Sunday evening. He was in group of 19 Japanese tourist arriving India for tour to various tourism heritages including Ajanta.
Tadasune, a photography hobbyist was trying to capture some Railway Station images while others were in Waiting Room on Platform No 4. Wearing hat, Sky Blue and Navy blue clothing having 170cms height knows only Japanese Language. Please inform Bhusaval Railway Police as you get more information in this regards.
Angry Villagers stops road traffic to protest MSEB's Ongoing Power Cuts:
Hampered by MSEB's hectic power cuts, Load Shedding the Villagers of Borkheda Khu in Chalisgaon taluka came on road and stopped Chalisgaon Bhadgaon road traffic for hours on Saturday evening to march their protest.
The Villages in region are witnessing almost 8-10 hours of power cut in label of Load Shedding making their life and agricultural related activities miserable. If same scenario continues, MSEB will have to demand Special Police Protection at Customer Complaint centres and MSEB employees and officers will find it difficult to go in markets.
Winter Season arrives in region:
Whole of Khandesh region witnessed season's most chilling air breezes with Mercury lowering down to a scale of 11.8 degrees Centigrade on Saturday. The coldness effect mainly observed in late nights and early morning time has hotness in afternoon.
Rath festivity on Monday, 22nd November:
Jalgaon's village deity Lord Rama Temple trust is hoisting Lord Rama rath festivity on Monday Kartik Ekadashi, 22nd November. The rath festivity begun in 1872 has historical annual enchantment of 132 years. The rath will begin its journey from temple at 12pm in afternoon and will take a tour of whole city (Old Jalgaon) by evening time.
18th State Eligibility Examination:
The Pune University has called for application forms for appearing in 18th State Eligibility Test to be conducted on 27th February 2005. Please Contact NMU Office from 22nd November until 21st December for Application forms and more information in this regards.
State Eligibility Test:
Jalgaon's six out of 1022 candidates appearing in the Pune University conducted SET Examinations have passed resulting in lower than a percent (0.96%) score. Two candidate's results have been reserved due to insufficient eligibility for appearing examination. Clearing the SET Exam is one of mandatory criteria for those willing to become Professors and faculty members in Colleges.
At State Level, a total of 273 candidates of 13908 candidates passed this Exam marking 1.96% result.
The Jalgaon City Municipal Corporation is once again paralysing city's drinking water supply on account of no water available in Dapora and Girana Pumping Stations. The City administration is awaiting arrival of Girana dam's first release water that reached Dahigaon dam. The JCMC sources are expecting to normalise city's water supply with 2-3 days with this water arriving in Girana Pumping station which supplies water to major block of city.
Postal Stamps exhibition:
The Jalgaon Post Office is hosting District Level Postal Stamps Exhibition from 05th December until 07th December 2004 at Police Multipurpose Hall Jalgaon. The Exhibition attracts participation from 3 categories namely under 16, 16-21 years group, and open category. Interested candidates please contact Post Superintendent, 272, Navi Peth, Jalgaon for more details and participation.
National Level Conference on Bio-Technology
Biotech Research Society of India and NMU are jointly hosting National Conference on Developments in Biotechnology, Emerging trends and Challenges at NMU Life Science Department from 25th November until 27th November 2004.
The Conference highlights participation and speech from dignitaries in field and has four distinct felicitations for active workers in the field.
Ajanta Caves soon to have Helicopter Service:
Considering increasing demand from foreign tourists, the ASI and MTDC are planning to have a Helipad at Ajanta T-Point. This will facilitate tourists arriving at Aurangabad Airport to reach Ajanta.
Currently all visitors arriving at Ajanta have two options. Either they could drop at Aurangabad Airport and reach Ajanta by State Transport/ Private Vehicles or alternatively they could arrive at Jalgaon Railway Station and reach Ajanta by Bus/ Private Vehicles.
Legislative Council Election:
With last date of withdrawing nominations in Legislative Council Elections, the picture is clear. There are two candidates in the fray for Jalgaon District seat namely NCP's A. T. Patil from Parola and Gurumukh Jagwani as Independent Candidate. On last day BJP's two candidates withdrew their forms clearing the scene. In Graduates Constituency for Nashik Division, Jalgaon's all four candidates withdrew their nominations.
Jalgaon's Rahul Marathe selected for National
School Kho-Kho Competitions:
Jalgaon's Nutan Maratha Junior College Student Rahul Rahul Dnyaneshwar Marathe has been elected as State Team player for upcoming National School Level Kho Kho Competition in Punjab.
Pulse Polio Vaccination on 21st November:
The District Council's health department is conducting Pulse Polio Vaccination camp on Sunday, 21st November. The Authorities have urged Parents to bring their Children below 5 years to nearest Booth and get them Polio Vaccine drops.
State Cotton federation buys 5000 quintals of Cotton:
The State Cotton Confederation has until now purchase 5000 quintals of Cotton in Jalgaon District at 18 different centres. It is also beginning buying Cotton in Chopda and Dharangaon from today.
Weather diverge spreads uncomforting signals:
Imagine weather conditions making you feel heating in afternoon and chilling in morning times. This has been happening with Jalgaon region specially Jalgaon city since last few days. The region has witnessed temperature increase of around 5 degrees in maximum range while around 4 degrees on minimum part. This change is causing common diseases like Cold, Cough, fever, malaria, typhoid and much such in each and every home.
Bhaubeej festivity today:
The Bhaubeej festivity marking strong bonding of Sister and brother is being celebrated today. The sister venerates her brother in the evening on this occasion and prays for the best of his life and prosperity. The brother in turn gifts her with memento. The following famous Marathi quote makes Bhaubeej memories profound:
"Guni Majhya Bhau Yala ga kay magu,
Hat joduniya Devjila sangu
Oksha majh milu de yachya paya,
Ovalite me ladkya Bhauraya"
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Legislative Council Elections:
Tuesday is last date of withdrawing nominations from Legislative Council Elections 2004. There are 225 polling centres in Nashik Division consisting of 5 districts namely Nashik, Nagar, Jalgaon, Dhule, and Nandurbar. Of these 225, 34 are in Jalgaon District, 21 are in Dhule, and 12 in Nandurbar. There are around 1200 workers and staff for smooth conduct of this election. The Election has 3 preferences for each voter to vote and there will be no signs and EVM to poll.
MSEB announces new Power Cut schedule:
Considering the increasing demand supply gap, the MSEB Jalgaon division has announced revised plan for Power cuts to be effected from 16th November 2004. The new plan has 3 hours power cut in circular routine for urban areas while 6 hours power cut for rural areas. This plans and cut excludes Industrial areas.
Under new plan, the authority has made 3 time slots namely 9am to 12pm, 12pm to 15pm, and 15pm to 18pm for urban areas while 5am to 11am, 11am to 17pm, and 17pm to 23pm for rural areas.
The MSEB following State's announcement of offering free power to farmers, is witnessing acute shortage of electricity forcing them to introduce such power cuts. Earlier, the MSEB local offices staff used to hear and reply to customer complaints on telephone, but this all of certain power cuts has disabled them and marked a fear factor in their minds. The region has witnessed many cases of citizens beating MSEB local office staff for frequent power cuts. If you go to any of MSEB office (especially in rural areas), you won't find even a single staff or officer, due to this increasing fear factor. If this scenario continues for a year or so, we will soon see Bihar and UP styled roads full of noisy and polluting power generators and hectic life style.
H-P-S: Key to attaining the best of life:
Diwali festivity is marked by offering worships to Goddess Laxmi, the ocean of Wealth and prosperity. It is said and is well proved that wealth is always relocating property, the more we go towards it, the greater it detracts us from having it. Let's learn three keys to have best of life on this auspicious occasion of Diwali.
The first key to attain prosperity is 'Hard Work'. Efforts are never wasted it is only the factor that some efforts gives immediate results and some takes time to yield. In today's technological arena, we are moving away from this foundation step of success. No doubt, we should use technology for faster throughput, but at the same time we should not exhaust from working. Hard working is ability to work without a socio frame of mind. Sindhi Community, Bihar and UP Bhayyas are some of classic example of Hard Workers. Whatever the work may be, they never feel embarrassed and are always ready to go for it.
Second and most significant stage of winning life is Patience. Patience is bitter but its fruits are always sweet. Many of us work well, but they lack ability to wait for results. Let us write a fact of life in our mind: Everyone is going to get results in life, the only thing is we should keep concentrating on our hard works and let the results come their ways and means. Another factor that plays key role in killing patience is today's race for gaining luxury in life. FMCG Sector has hampered our life with never ending thrust for achieving resources. This leads to desire for more and more funds desire. If we want to be happy in our life, we must control our desires at some point. Make a simple equation: Relate desire for buying luxury resources with their must in your routine life. A Mother is one of classic example of patience. She is one who helps her child grow, teaches him facts of life, yet she never expects something in life.
Third and another major factor is satisfaction. Everyone has some resources to earn his/ her bread. What we need is control over our desires. Satisfaction is pathway to Nirvana in life. The more satisfied we are the best sleeps we have. So let's try and implement this HPS equation in our life.
Team Ejalgaon wishes all its visitors, well wishers a very Happy Diwali and Prosperous New Year 2004. May the year ahead bring bouquet of cheerfulness and warmth in your life ahead. Let us shine our inner soul with Deepavali lightening and spread happiness all around.
Raining chills weather, two killed:
The Jalgaon region witnessed unseasoned arrived of raining on Wednesday night around 8pm for an hour. The raining has reduced temperature scale a bit and has spread chill in the air. The all of certain arrival of raining at one has damaged standing Cotton crops and Crackers Sellers but shall benefit the Rabbi crop.
The Cloud bursting raining caused death of two in Sakri of Dhule District while severe injury to one.
Legislative Council Elections:
With Wednesday as last date of filling nominations for Legislative Council Elections, the authorities have received in all 7 applications from 4 candidates and 8 applications from 4 candidates for Graduates Constituency from Jalgaon. Today all received forms will be scrutinised and final picture will be clear by Tuesday.
Khandesh's 3 ministers inducted in State Ministry:
Jalgaon's NCP MLA Sureshdada Jain and Nandurbar's Surupsingh Naik and Dr. Vijaykumar Gavit have been introduced in State's Ministry announced on Tuesday. The State CM will announce Portfolio allocation within a day or two. Of these three 2 are from NCP while 1 is from Congress I.
Co-operative Banks tighten belts:
After witnessing increasing NPA, the Co-operative Banks in the region have begun intense drive to up their profit levels. As a strict measure, many banks have announced Auction of properties owned by those taking hefty loan sums. Most of these Auctioned properties are of owners having more than 50 Lacs of loan for many years. These defaulters list includes many of prominent and socially known business personalities in the region clearly indicating mis-use of funds availed in these Banks and Societies.
Not just Co-operative banks, Co-operative Credit societies are also one of major Savings and Loans disbursement resource for Business community in the region.
'Namaskar, Amchya kade Diwali Farala yaki:'
With arrival of Diwali, every home has a special set of snacks popularly known as 'Faral' in this region. Relatives visit each other's home, people shop new items in this auspicious Muhurut. Gold remains most favoured shopping asset with jewellery shops remaining open from morning 6am until 10pm in the night.
Amongst snacks especially prepared in Diwali season are Shev, Chivda, Barfi, Anarase, Karanjya, and Chakli. Along with these items are readymade Sweets that include Kaju Katli, Motichur Ladu and many other items. Relatives and loved ones send Sweets and other gifts on this occasion to each other gracing this event.
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Legislative Council Elections:
The Legislative Council's Jalgaon seat has gone to BJP Party. The BJP Candidate will soon file nomination for the election. Earlier NCP nominated Parola's Council President A. T. Patil as its candidate for Jalgaon seat. Shivsena's Adv. Jaiprakash Baviskar is filling his nomination for Nashik Divisional Graduates Constituency.
Last date for filling nominations is 10th November and until now only one nomination from NCP candidate has reached.
Municipal Corporation notification:
The Jalgaon City Municipal Corporation Public Health department wide its notification issued 08th November with Order from Supreme Court and Public Waste Control Ordinance 2000 has made it compulsory for all citizens to keep their home waste in two bins with distinguished difference of Dry waste and green waste. The Ordinance being enforced from 01st December 2004 impose keeping all Green and liquid type waste in one green coloured plastic/ fibre bin and all dry type waste in white coloured bin. The Corporation has made necessary arrangements to pick this waste from your home (ground floor if multi-story building) and if fringed has penalties thereof.
Say No to Crackers:
Every year the widespread use of Fire Crackers increases air pollution throughout the country by as much as 10 times. This leads to many health problems like Asthma, Bronchitis and heart Attacks. Moreover, noise pollution beyond 125db, the maximum level tolerable by the human ear can even cause deafness.
By celebrating Diwali with Diyas, Rangoli, Sweets, and Gifts instead of crackers, will avoid pollution and make our city healthy and rich in traditional values. Let us get cracking and convince of our family members, friends and neighbours to join us in saying "NO to Crackers."
JCMC heads for Shopping Complex at Khwajamiya Chowk:
The Jalgaon city Municipal Corporation in its Standing committee has unanimously passed a resolution for building up a Pune-Styled Shopping mall at Khwajamiya Chowk on Ring Road. It also passed a resolution to increase rentals of Mukhrjee Garden, Shahu Nagar, and Bhaskar Market complexes by 10% and avail additional 3 years lease grant to all these market shop owners.
Heading towards trail of past, the JCMC's view of building up complexes has raised a question amongst citizens. Rather focussing on building infrastructure, the administration once again has routed the old fashion of earning money by means of taxation in shopping complexes.
Cold wave hits region:
With Diwali arrival, the Cold wave is here. Region's mercury is dipping day by day spreading cold early in morning and later in night. People have begun using cold protection clothing especially in the morning time. The weather change incurred during this period is around 10-12 degree centigrade with scale falling from 20-25 degrees to 7-10 degrees range.
Another key differential factor in region's cold is nature of airflow. The Cold Air flow right in morning is bit harsh as compared to softer cold witnessed in Rajasthan, UP, and Bihar regions. This toughened nature of air arouses many chronic diseases if not protected well.
SBI Employees strike paralyses routine banking
The State Bank Employees stir kept on Friday paralyses banking activities in the region. The 'Clearing House' giant went workless when its 135 officers and 1500 staff said no to work protesting and demanding Starting up New recruitments, hiking of pay scales, reduction in interest rate on loans to employees etc.
State Transport announces additional buses
for festive season:
The State owned MSRTC Jalgaon Depot is starting up around 23 additional buses on all heavy traffic routes. Jalgaon Bus Depot is amongst one of higher revenue earning resource for MSRTC connecting Dhule, Aurangabad, and many parts of Buldhana, Madhya Pradesh.
Expanding Jewellery Network:
Jalgaon famously known for its Gold market with numerous varieties and reasonable cost factor has one more reason to cheer. It's well established and renowned Jewellers are expanding their networks throughout India. Pune, Kolhapur, Nagpur, Surat, Ahmednagar, Indore cities are on their prime listing. City's RL Jewellers recently opened up its Kolhapur branch with Pune branch introduced a year before. Another jeweller RC Bafana is in process of opening up at Surat, Nagpur, AhmedNagar followed by many other medium level entrepreneurs opening up their networks. This expansion will for sure expand their business to Country and will significantly add to image of Jalgaon city as all these players base is Jalgaon.
The Gold and Jewellery business largely dominated by Marwadi Sunar community and businessman from Bhopalgarh in Rajasthan has chunk role in region's economy. So next time you shop for jewellery at this outlets, don't forget to quote your native 'Jalgaon'.
Fuel prices hikes up: Causes chaos amongst
Increasing international crude oil prices forced major price hike for Petrol, Diesel, and LPG gas. The Petrol now up by Rs. 2.20 a litre and diesel by Rs. 2.10 a litre with LPG hiked by Rs. 20 per cylinder has shortened pockets of common man. The prices effected from Thursday midnight has caused chaos amongst consumers.
Every Distributor and Outlet owner has X amount of stock already in holding at the time of price hike. These Distributors charges customers with new effected price even for old stocks. When Companies enquire about Stock Status, many of these distributors foul them by quoting No Stock in hand resulting in no revised charges to them. Even many of distributors overstock items predicting the hike and many of them don't deliver any items to customers' right from 2-3 days before hike announcement.
At one hand where our Governments talk about Consumer protection and support initiatives, this issue is resulting in indirect cheating of customers. Our Governments must take some strong initiatives to stop such business malpractices.
Jalgaon's Deepak Arde selected as Manager
for State Under-16 and Under-14 Cricket Team:
L. N. High School Jalgaon Sports Teacher Deepak Arde has been elected as Manager for State's Under-16 and Under-14 Cricket Team for Vinoo Mankad National Cricket Competition being played at Ambikapur of Hariyana from 05th November until 09th November 2004.
With Diwali just at a week's distance, the festive environment has geared market with everyone busy in shopping and decorating their homes. 'Home Cleaning' remains topmost task followed by shopping for clothes, Jewellery on Dhan Trayodashi and then Pooja on Diwali. The festivity begins on 09th November with arrival on 'Vasubarsa' and ends with 'Bhaubeej' on 14th November.
The Government Offices will remain closed during 11th to 15th November period. On 11th November, the DM has announced Local holiday followed by Diwali on 12th, Second Saturday on 13th, and Sunday on 14th, and finally Ramjan Eid on 15th November.
The Authorities have banned Fireworks above 125 decibels and have imposed ban on usage from 10PM until 06am in the morning time.
Village Panchayat Elections:
Jalgaon Taluka's Mamurabad (Ward No.1) and Mahsawad (Ward: 4) By-elections are scheduled on 21st November 2004. Form acceptance is until 05th November at Tahsil office followed by scrutiny on 06th November and last date of withdrawing is 08th November. Please refer Government detailed notification for further information thereof.
MP Shri Y. G. Mahajan on Central Government
Jalgaon's MP Y. G. Mahajan has been appointed as member to Human Resource Ministry's Parliamentary Standing Committee, UGC and Higher Education Committee, and Railway Board's Advisory Committee.
Jalgaon's Pratibhatai Patil selected as Rajasthan Governor:
Senior Congress Party Leader and EX-Deputy Chairperson of State Legislative Council Pratibhaitai Patil from Jalgaon have been selected for the post of Governor of Rajasthan. The last evening announcement has spread joy in the region.
The Jalgaon District has for the first time received this honour by means of Pratibhatai, a senior Congress promoter and activist in the region. She is also the chairperson of Sharma Sadhana Bombay Trust run College of Engineering and Technology at Bambhori in Jalgaon.
Legislative Council Election Notification:
The DM (Returning Officer) wide its notification has announced acceptance of Nomination forms for member of Maharashtra Legislative Council in the Jalgaon District Local Authorities Constituency. The nomination acceptance is until 10th November while scrutiny on 11th November followed by withdrawal option until 16th November. The Election is on 30th November.
Reliance announces change in WLL Mobile phone
The private telecom player Reliance has announced change in its WLL Mobile phone numbers with effect from 01st November 2004. The existing Reliance phone numbers beginning with 31, 33, and 37 for Jalgaon will now be '93-700-last 5 digits of existing number', numbers beginning with 32 will be now '93-727-last 5 digits', those beginning with 34 will be '93-726-last 5 digits', those beginning with 35 will now be '93-728-last 5 digits'.
The change has been effected from 01st November but the existing Reliance customers will continue to receive call until 30th on the same number thereafter new number. The change will make these WLL mobiles to Cell phone type mobility throughout the State and making phone call local throughout the State. Please visit Reliance Customer Care, web site for more information and queries thereof.
District Council (ZP) Elections:
The State Government has announced schedule for Panchayat Committee Head Election and District Council (ZP) President Elections. As per the schedule, the Panchayat Committee Head Elections are on 18th November and ZP President Elections are on 25th November 2004 while Deputy President Election on 02nd December 2004.
Chalisgaon city tenses, one arrested:
The whole of Chalisgaon city region got tensed when a person attempted to affront Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar effigy on Station Road Chalisgaon on 31st October night around 8pm. The Police have arrested the person and situation is under control.
BSNL slashes Internet Telephone Charges:
The Telecom giant BSNL has slashed Internet Telephony Pulse charges levied on Dialup Internet Connectivity with effect from 01st October 2004. The earlier charged 3 minutes pulse for daytime is now 7.5 minutes pulse while the night time 10 minutes is now 15 minutes pulse. This reduction will deduce in lower Telephony Bills for BSNL ISP users.
There are currently around 3500 Users on BSNL Dialup Connectivity.
BSNL earlier reduced paper formalities in getting new or renew dialup connections by offering ready cell phone styled prepaid cards having registration key and a common username. Once connected with this username, you could go to BSNL's site only and they key in this registration key and get a new username or renew your existing account. BSNL is charging Rs. 5/- plus Tax per hour as usage charges.
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