Good Bye 2005: A Review:
The year 2005 is ticking away with cherished memories of events in the district. Let's take a close review of headlines of Jalgaon in 2005. The Jalgaon District's Hatnur dam having its setup for detecting earthquakes recorded five earthquakes including first quake recorded on 02nd January afternoon 01.55.44PM followed by second on 15.50.23PM, third on 21.10.47pm, fourth on 00.02.39am of 03rd January, and last one on 02.39.02am. Getting passport became easy for Jalgaonities with District administration beginning acceptance of forms at Police Headquarters from 06th January.
Developing a city requires hard efforts and continuous watch. City Corporation Administration began its mega Anti-Encroachment drive from 20th January to curb increasing encroachments in the city and made serious cutting downs in many major roads. The drive not only cleaned city roads but spread fear amongst illegally constructors. However, the administration faced reversion when the State Authorities ordered immediate stopping of the process.
Laurels and honours continue to be on district's favours. Chopda Taluka's Vadgaon Bk. Village bagged "Cleanest Village" award in Saint Gadge Baba Village Cleanliness drive.
District's 49 students appeared in SSC Merit List and the education excellence continues our way. North Maharashtra University received 'Priyadarshini Award' worth Rs.1 Lakh for its outstanding contribution in tree plantation and tree conservation drive
Water problems remained bit away from district with drinking water sufficient monsoon raining and good raining in Girana dam area. District's mega co-operative base made a special initiative of resolving this issue with Jalgaon Merchant Bank and Rathi Cooperative Credit Society has announcing the building of Lamanjan Dam with expenditure of Rs. 1.10 Crores. The District Administration declared action plan of Rs. 5 Crores 30 Lakhs to reduce the water shortage problem in 3 phases.
The tourism front received another milestone development with State Tourism Development Corporation MTDC setting up Tourist facility complex at world renowned Ajanta and Ellora Caves on 11,000 sq. metres area with various facilities to be completed in 2 years phase.
The year is ending with beautiful memories of Bharat Krishak Community hosted mega Agricultural Exhibition cum farmer's meet having main focus on demands and issues from Jalgaon region. Thousands of farmers from State and Nation attended the event.
selected for Fellowship:
Shobha Umesh Wani, a native of Sakhali (Tal-Yawal) and Director of Nirmala Gruh Udyog has been selected for the fellowship award and will be given on 5th January 2006 by President Mr. Abdul Kalam at Hyderabad. This award will be given by Jamshedaji Tata National Virtual Academy for outstanding work in farming field. She also won the Jijamata award for her excellence work in farming field.
Level Inter College Science Quiz Competition ends:
Chalisagaon Education Society's B.P. Arts, M.S. Science and K.K.C. Commerce college has won the State Level Inter College Science Quiz Competition with worth Rs.2000, Trophy and Certificate while Rashtriya College Chalisagaon won second prize and M.J. College Jalgaon secured third prize. Nashik College won the Excellence prize for the same competition. Nashik College Priyanka Singh and Harshal Sonwane Chalisagaon have received Best Competitor award.
Jalgaon's three players in State Team
for National Level Senior Soft Ball Competition:
Jalgaon's three players Milind Alande, Manoj Patil and Amruta Pathak have been selected in State Team for National Level Senior Soft Ball Competition plated at Jagganathpuri on 10th January to 15th January 2005.
Jalgaon region arranges Sports Competition:
The Jalgaon District Athletics Association arranging 3 days District Level Inter School Sports and Open Sports Competition on 5th January until 7th January 2006 at Moolji Jaitha College Ground. Under 10-12 age group competitions will be on 5th January while 14-16 age group competition will be on 6th January. For more details and information please contact Jalgaon District Athletics Association thereof.
Level Inter College Science Quiz Competition at Chalisagaon:
Late Mangilal Goverdhandas Agrawal Memorial State Level Inter College Science Quiz Competition begins at B.P. Arts, S.M.A Science, and K.K.C. Commerce College Chalisagaon. Around 19 team participated for this competition from state including Nashik, Malegaon, Dhule, Jamner, Jalgaon, Chalisagaon, Nandurbar, Shahada, Navapur, Shirpur, Pravaranagar, Pachora and Erandol.
National Level Vushu-Kung-Fu:
KLM Cultural and Sports Association with Maharashtra Vushu-Kung-Fu Association hosting Karate Competition and Guidance Camp. On the basis of competition and camp various practicals have been taken in rally having participation of almost 250 students.
Open Challenge Fight and Karate Competition today at M.J. College Eklavya Sports Complex. Winning player will be awarded with Silver Medal for open challenge fight competition and Silver, Bronze, Gold medal for Karate Competition.
Cricket Competition Result:
In first innings Nashik team has got leading versus Jalgaon team at Bhusawal while Nandurbar team got leading versus Dhule team in under 19-age group Inter Divisional Cricket Competition. Nandurbar's Nikhil Jain scored 96 runs, Dhule's Umesh Bondre scored 52 runs while Niraj Dani took 6 wickets.
Farmers disappointing State Cotton procurement centres has resulted in almost zero intake in around 21 centres in the district. The CCI and State jointly established cotton procurement centres offered Rs. 1980/- per quintal rate while private traders are offering at Rs. 2050 to 2100 with cash.
The low production due to less raining along with disappointing and delaying government policies has made a big flop and low turnover this year.
MJ College's team wins Drama competition:
MJ College Jalgaon team has won first rank in State Youth Affairs directorate conducted State Level Drama competition in Jalgaon. The College team played 'Divavinuchi Joshya Swapne' won first prize while V. V. Library team played 'Anandmayi' won second and Jalgaon District Handicapped Welfare and rehabilitation team played 'Me Kaun?' won the third rank in this competition.
College's students Deepak Bhat playing Hero role won Silver Medal in 'Best Actors' category while Director Hemant Patil won Best Direction's first Award and Lighting effects manager Manoj Jadhav has won First Prize in best effects category.
The authorities have also called for nominations to Women Empowerment Award honoured to woman offering outstanding social services with maximum age limits of 30 years and minimum 5 years experience on or before 05th January 2006.
urges for registering dowry complaints:
The District Dowry removal committee has urges all dowry victim women to register their complaints with district women and children welfare office located in Central Administration building near All India Radio office on or before 10th January 2006.
District's five players selected for National Level Tennis Ball Cricket Competition:
District's players namely Manoj Chaudhari Amalner, Gopal Chikate Amalner, Ritesh Jagtap Parola, Mo. Ejas Bhusawal and Amir Shah Khadaka have been selected in Maharashtra team for National Level Federation Tennis Ball Cricket Competition to be played from 29th December until 31st December at Alawar in Rajasthan.
Nashik Team has won under 19-age group Jalgaon District Cricket Association conducted Inter Divisional Cricket Competition versus Nandurbar team by 55 runs at Bhusawal. Nashik team's Kedar Jamkhedekar scored 88 runs and Hitesh Gujat took 11 wickets. Jalgaon versus Nashik match is at Bhusawal while Nandurbar versus Dhule match is in Jalgaon today.
Horticulture development drive to include Khandesh" assures Central Agricultural
The Central Agricultural Minister has assured the Khandesh people with best of efforts to include Khandesh's Jalgaon, Dhule, and Nandurbar Districts in Centre's Horticulture development drive. The National meet had 4 points approved with common motion. The topics includes availing loans to farmers at 4% Intrest rates, Protecting and assuring farmers with selling price based on his input costs and efforts, demanding financial protection to farmers alike Government employees, urging Government to increase Import Duties on Cotton to protect country's farmers, promoting natural/ eco friendly farming for best of outputs. The meet also emphasised more participation of women in farming to get best of outputs. The Agro Exp 'Krishi Bharti 2005' ended yesterday and the meet will end up today.
State Level Software
Competition from M. J. College:
The Moolji Jaitha College Jalgaon is conducting Dr. G. D. Bendale State Level Software competition on 10th and 11th January 2006. The competition is a joint project of Physics, Electronics, and Computer Science Students Forum and is open to all Science and, Engineering and Management Colleges students from Maharashtra State.
Please click here to visit college website for more details of the event.
International's National Convention in Jalgaon:
The Karuna International is conducting its 10th National Convention in Jalgaon at Kusumba Ahimsa Tirth on 30th and 31st December 2005. The event is expected to have participation of over 500 members from around Nation and will have various activities and prizes to promote non-violence. The convention will honour 22 schools promoting 'Vegetarianism' and 'Non-Violence' in the Nation with Rs. 1 Lakh prize in Division with First prize of Rs. 5,000, second prize of Rs. 4,000, and third prize of Rs. 3,000 along with certification and trophy. It also honours 19 Karuna Club Members for outstanding activities with 'Dayavan' award and district's 4 schools being selected as Best Karuna Clubs. Jalgaon's Swapnil Shailesh Meher Erandol, Sonia Ashok Patil and Akash Pundlik Chaudhari from Wakod are 3 recipients of 'Dayavan' award from Jalgaon.
Badminton Competition begins today at Bhusawal:
The Ordnance Factory Bhusawal is conducting a two days Badminton Competition beginning today. Around 39 Ordnance factory workers team from around India are participating in competition from States including Eastern, West, Central, Southern and Northern region. The Competition prize distribution ceremony is on 30th December.
Nashik team is leading with 117 runs versus Nandurbar team in under 19-age group
Divisional Cricket Competition at Bhusawal and has given follow-on to Nandurbar team. Nandurbar team scored mere 68 runs in first innings while in second inning were bowled out on just 24 runs. Jalgaon team will play Dhule in match today.
Bankat School wins Second Rank in Taluka Level Science Exhibition:
Chalisagaon's Anandibai Bankat School's Siddhi Kulkarni and Gayatri Rajendra Joshi, have won second rank in Taluka Level Science Exhibition for the project 'Electricity Production from Plants' and selected for District Level Science Exhibition. Exhibition was conducted at Chalisagaon's Rastriya Girls School.
Water Recharge Scheme (Flood Canal) project takes shape in Agro Convention:
The Jalgaon Bharat Krishak Community hosted National convention has evoked huge response from the farming community. Thousands of farmers attend the first day of event marked with fabulous inaugural ceremony in presence of MadhyaPradesh Governor. The first day lectures stressed on eliminating barriers in overall development of farmers in the nation and penalise those leading farmers to suicides. The District administration has come up with a Mega Water recharge scheme with diversion weir at Khariya Gutighat Site (Flood canal) to permanently eliminate district's water problem. The mega budgeted flood canal proposes building up dam at site and constructing a 232kms flood canal on Satpuda hills basin till Aner dam. The proposal also includes 110kms flood canal for MadhyaPradesh from this dam. The dam is expected to gather Tapi River's flood water and would then send the stored water to Nepanagar, Burhanpur, Raver, Yaval, and Chopda. These taluka will have underground dam, Gabion Dam, wells, Shafts, Injection wells to store this water and thus will also improve the ground water level in this region. The authorities have completed the feasibility survey of this project and are soon coming up with detailed project report for final approval from concerned authorities.
The Krishi Bharati 2005 Exhibition concluding ceremony of the event will mark presence of Jalgaon native Rajasthan Governor Pratibhatai Patil along with Central Agriculture Minister and District Parent Minister.
Community Youth Introduction Meet on 01st January:
The Jalgaon Maheshwari Marriage Support community is conducting its Youth Introduction Meet on 01st and 02nd January 2006 at JDCC Bank Hall. The Event is expected to gather over 500 willing to marry candidates. A Small Play 'Mujhse Shaadi Karongi?' written by Prof. Mahesh Lahoti will be played in the event. For more details and participation, please contact community heads thereof.
Pratik Patil achieves 6th Rank in State Level Chess Competition:
The Jalgaon District Chess Association's Pratik Patil has achieved 6th Rank with 6 points in State Level Chess Competition in under 13-age group against Solapur's Swapnil Jawajal at Solapur while Shubham Kale got 4 points, Neha Hemant Mudaliyar got 3.5 points and Dharati Vasant Kute got 3 points. Around 58 boys and 28 girls participated in this competition.
Faijpur College of Pharmacy Team has won the match versus Digras's Ishwar Deshmukh Institute of Pharmacy Team in Cricket Championship 'Pharma Cup-2005' Competition at Nagpur and selected for final match. Final match is between Faijpur College of Pharmacy team versus Agnihotri Pharmacy team Vardha.
Cricket Competition results:
Nandurbar Team has won the match versus Jalgaon team while Dhule team won the match versus Nashik team in under 19-age group Divisional Cricket Competition hosted by District Cricket Sports Association. Jalgaon Team versus Dhule Team match will be on tomorrow.
Leaders: Goodbye Power cuts:
The whole Jalgaon city is witnessing one of most pleasant times with absolutely zero power cut throughout Monday and today. Arrival of various National level and State Level leaders has awaken the State Electricity distribution company and there is no power cut in whole city since Monday morning.
Even though it is a surprising welcome, but is sending odd signals of worst of political scenario with politicians and bureaucrats ruling the common man. The most suffering soul has nothing to do with the power game and is facing tough living times on normal pathways of life.
announces revised schedule for bye-election:
The Jalgaon City Municipal Corporation has announced revised schedule for Ward 2C under Maharashtra Regional Corporations Act 1949. The new plan schedule begins with nomination process from 27th December until 03rd January excluding 01st January from morning 11am until 3pm with forms available from 27th December until 02nd January. The forms scrutiny process is on 04th January with final listing announcement on same evening. Last date of withdrawing nominations is 07th January followed by signs distribution on 09th January and publishing final candidates listing, Polling centres, polling centre wise Electoral roll on 10th January. The Polling if required will be on 22nd January from 07:30am until 05:30pm followed by counting on 23rd January at District Collectorate office and ends up with publishing winning candidates information in GR on 27th January.
Krishak Community exhibition evokes huge farmer's response:
The Bharat Krishak Community hosted 'Krishi Bharti 2005' has induced terrific response on very first day of inauguration with farmers attending the event in large numbers. The event was inaugurated at IMR Ground by community's National In-Charge President in presence of various dignitaries. The president in his inaugural speech stressed on more use of Eco Friendly farming to get best of returns on farming. The exhibition has maximum number of stalls of Amla with various stalls of banana, stalls exhibiting farming process and various foods derived from farms.
The National Convention of community begins today and is expected to have presence of thousands of farmers from the region. MadhyaPradesh Governor is Special Guest for today's event. The District Police has enforced tight security in the city with 25 Police officers and 200 policemen patrolling throughout the city for period from 26th December until 28th December.
Chandrakala Patil's Poem in Poetry Mile Stone:
Khadake's (Tal-Erandol) Chandrakala Vamanrao Patil's poem 'Dwesh' (Jealousy) has been published in Poetry Mile Stone Poetry Book, which is largest Marathi poetry collection book in Pune. She also got award from State Government in 1980 for folk Music Song competition.
Students to get 33 days summer holiday:
The District Council Education Board has declared extended summer holidays for ZP and Private schools from year 2006. The revised holiday plan includes 33 days vacation as compared to earlier 28 holidays. The decision came after considering heating summer and water shortage problem in the Jalgaon region. The revised holiday list now includes 76 holidays throughout the year of which 12 are Official holidays, 2 Local, 10 Festival and events, 17 for winter vacation, 4 Shravana Monday half days leave totalling to 2 days, and 33 days summer holidays.
State Level Kabbadi Competition
Practise camp ends with full enthusiasm:
State Level Kabbadi Practise Camp ended with full enthusiasm. The District team has been declared for National Level Kabbadi Competition to be played from 27th December until 31st December at Hyderabad.
The District team is as under: Boys Team:
Nilesh Lokhande (Captain), Vikram Patil, Pankaj Shirsath, Nilesh Durge, Ashish Mhatre,
Gaurav Shetty, Jitesh Joshi, Shailesh Sawant, Digamber Jadhav, Subhash Sail, Kiran Devadiga, Dipak, Zazot and Suryakant Patil
Lata Panchal (Captain), Punam Patil, Meghali Koregaonkar, Abhilasha Mhatre, Ribeka
Gaware, Kishori Shinde, Anuradha Dongaonkar, Monika Shinde, Trupti Suvarne, Chandrika Kelkar, Kishiro Kolekal and Rajshri Pawar
Jalgaon teams win Softball Competition:
The Maharashtra State Soft Ball Association Jalgaon and Latur Soft Ball Association hosted Maharashtra State Senior Soft Ball Competition at District Sports Complex. Jalgaon's both Boys and girls team won the match versus Solapur team. Other winning teams are Pune, Yavatmal, Latur, Aurangabad, Akola, Nashik, Bid and Mumbai in Boys team and Amaravati, Thane, Akola and Pune team won the match from girls group.
The Dhule Team has won the match versus Nashik team at Bhusawal while Jalgaon team made 89 runs on four wickets on first day versus Nandurbar team in ongoing District sports Association conducted Tanpure Trophy Divisional Cricket Competition for under 19-age group.
Krishak Community Agro exhibition: Demands and issues from Jalgaon:
The Bharat Krishak Community hosted mega Agricultural Exhibition cum farmer's meet is beginning today in Jalgaon. The exhibition is expected to have presence of thousands of farmers from the region. The meet inauguration will have presence of many dignitaries and top brass leaders from the State.
The Jalgaon District Politicians have expressed their deep concerns over the non-availing of various benefits to Jalgaon District. The arrival of top authorities from the State Agricultural Ministry along with presence of thousands of farmers seems to be a perfect environment for demanding these allied services.
Amongst top demands include declaration of Jalgaon's Banana producing belt as Export Oriented Agro Zone, inclusion of banana in school food, and immediate stopping of load shedding in banana producing zone. The Jalgaon District holds 21% share of Nation's overall banana production and employs 60,000 farmers and labours for the same. The Railways earn Rs. 33 Crores as revenue from Banana transportation from Jalgaon. India's newly announced National Fruits and horticulture Production Development plan does not includes Jalgaon District is another hot debate issue for Jalgaonities. Surprising to note factor was that Jalgaon was in primary list of this plan and the authorities started implementation of the same and did received proposals worth Rs. 2.32 Crores and thereby demanded additional Rs. 2 Crores seeing good response. The Authorities were disappointed to see the revert reply that Jalgaon has been eliminated from the development plan.
Inclusion of Jalgaon in this plan would have enabled authorities to avail good quality seeds, cooling, tissue culture and latest technology related financial aids to Jalgaon thereby promoting overall development. Additionally announcing as development zone would lead to change of railways goods transportation category from Parcel to Goods which would result another 40% reduction in logistics.
Cold wave at its maximum:
The whole Khandesh region is witnessing one of most severe cold waves since last 2-3 days. The region's overall temperature has fallen down drastically resulting in chilling experience throughout the day. The decreasing weather has yielded negative effects on standing Banana crop while it is benefiting standing Rubby crop.
to Information Act Meeting of Schools and Colleges:
The District Education Authorities are conducting a meeting of all non-grants Primary, Secondary School, Junior College Principals and Headmasters for detailing information regarding newly enforced Rights to Information Act.
The meeting is scheduled as under:
27th December - Jalgaon, Jamner, Bhusawal, Yaval, Raver, MuktaiNagar, Bodwad Taluka, 28th December - Pachora, Bhadgaon, Chalisgaon, Parola, Amalner, Erandol, Chopda, and Dharangaon Taluka.
Burhanpur city witnesses almost 50% reduction in Cotton buying this year:
Khandesh region’s cotton crop popularly known as ‘White Gold’ has an upsetting trend this year with crops reduced to almost 50% with low raining and other surrounding factors. The Burhanpur city, one of largest buyer of Khandesh’s cotton crop, is witnessing tragic fall of over 50% in buying this year. Burhanpur remained most favoured Selling Market once for Akola, Buldhana, and Jalgaon Districts and farmers from these districts used to take trucks to buyers and stay in long queues for over 10-15 days and sell out their crops. Raver and Pachora farmers are sending cotton in small quantities now a day.
Community Group marriage today:
Continuing its trend of supporting Group marriages, the Muslim Maniyar Community is conducting its Annual Group marriage activity at Kasam Wadi in Jalgaon. The event will have 12 couples marriage today.
Full swing preparations for “National Agro
Conference” in Jalgaon:
The Jalgaon Bharat Krishak Community is hosting its National Conference in Jalgaon on 27th and 28th December 2005 at IMR College Ground. The community owned Krishak Bhavan Complex near City Court Office is being fully renovated and decorated to welcome the guests and is expected to have huge participation from farming community throughout the country. Krishi-Ratna honoured Dr. Punjabrao Deshmukh established Bharat Krishak Community in 1955 with aims of uniting and empowering farming community throughout the Country. The members of this National level Society gets 10% discounts in rail fare, free accommodation, food to attend this kind of national conventions.
The Maharashtra Government Agricultural department has sponsored this event and is expected to have participation of over 150 companies in the agro field. The Maharashtra Government Krishi Bharti will have a special stall of 1800 sq. ft. exhibiting various excellent products of farmers and has urged for maximum participation in this mega event. Entry to this exhibition is free to all. Please contact 93733-18144 for more details of this event.
Late Kotecha Memorial Lecture series:
The Mahavir Educational Cultural Sports Academy and K Kotecha Trust Bhusawal are jointly conducting 3-days Lectures series from 11th January 2006 at Bhusawal in Oswal Bhavan on 6.30pm. Amongst prominent Guests of Honour for this serie includes Sadashiv Amarapurkar, D.M. Mirasdar and Ram Shevalkar.
team declared for Body excellence Competition:
District Team has been declared for State Level Body excellence Competition hosting by Pune Body Excellence Organisation. Out of 19 participants, 8 have been selected in team. Team is as under:
Chandrakant Sapkale, Yogesh Jaware, Ratansingh Gorkha, Bharat Patharvat, Rakesh Jadhav, Ganesh Chaudhari, Anand Joshi, Shaikh Abdulla. Team Manager-Vikas Patil
Beldar wins Silver Medal in Tayqando Competition:
Vishal Beldar, a student of A.T. Zambre High School Bhusawal has won the Silver Medal in Divisional Level Inter-School Tayquando competition hosted by District Sports Association Thane and Tayqando Association at Badlapur
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Corn: Best selling crops this year:
The State Government run Assured Basic Prices scheme is attracting good crops this year and it could be all times high figures in previous 5 years. The 21 procurement centres have until now bought 1.07 Lakh Tonnes of grains this year as on 20th December and the procurement process still continues with good flow. The farmers this year prefer selling these grain crops to state rather than to Agricultural produces committees seeing good rates and assured payments. The State has offered Jwari with Rs. 525 per quintal, Corn with Rs. 540 per quintal rate until 31st January at its 21 procurement centres.
The centres have procured 61,285 quintals of corn this year until now, which is one of highest compared to last 5 years (2004 - 26,178, 2003 - 40,204, 2002 - 110, 2001 - 10,308). The Jwari crop remains another selling attraction with 46,112 quintals sold until now as compared to earlier years with 2004 - 678, 2003 - 12,369, 2002 - 140,235, 2001 - 113,057 quintals.
day special: Jalgaon Consumer forum avails Rs. 92 Lakhs claims:
The Jalgaon District Consumer forum has verdict 1,246 cases in last 2 years with a claim amount worth Rs. 1 Crore 19 Lakhs of which Rs. 92 Lakhs has been paid to complaining customers. The forum is further trying to speed up the case processing with a maximum of 90 days period for resolving issues. It has received an average of 45 complains per month in last 2 years. The forum right from establishment has solved 4,233 complaints out of which 3,714 cases have been heard and 519 are still pending. Of these verdict, 2,363 complaints favoured complaining customers while 216 complaints went ex-party on absence of complaining customers.
The received complaints largely included bogus seeds, banks, insurance companies, co-operative societies, Telecom companies, Electricity Board etc.
Octroi Enforcement: Corporation upset over slow State Government processing of
The cash crunch facing Jalgaon City Municipal Corporation is annoyed over State Government's slow processing of Octroi Enforcement process. The Authorities have sent many reminder letters to State Government over the issue, but could not get any yields. The Administration approved its final rates list and rules on 23rd November 2005 in General Meeting and sent the same for approval to State Authorities on 27th November.
The State Government is yet to notify this in Government Resolutions and the administration is tight over financials. The Octroi process halted on 20th July following Aurangabad High Court Order has resulted in financial losses of Rs. 17 Crores until now and has paralysed administration on development aspects due to lack of funds.
Aditya Bagade selected for National Level Cricket Competition:
Jalgaon's Aditya Bagade has been selected in Maharashtra Team for National Level Cricket Competition on 28th December until 2nd January 2006 played at Agra. He made a hattrick of selection in Maharashtra team for state level cricket competition. Selection has been done from Jalgaon, Dhule, Malegaon, Nandurbar, Nashik and Thane District.
Mehta and Jadhav wins Inter School
Chalisagaon's Piyush Mehta has won the Inter School Badminton Competition in Under-14 year age Boys group while Jalgaon's Pooja Jadhav won from Girls group in competition conducted by St. Lawrence High School. Ankit Shukla and Dipika Dixit won Second runner up prize. Bhusawal, Chalisagaon, Amalner, Jamner, Pachora and Dharangaon players participated in this competition.
Team declared for 'Tanpure Trophy' Cricket Competition:
The District team has been declared for Tanpure Trophy Cricket Competition under 19-age group by Maharashtra Cricket Association. Team is as under
Jitendra Patil (Captain), Prashant Borse (Vice-Captain), Varun Deshpande, Ninad Chaudhari, Fakrudin Shaikh, Saurabh Deshmukh, Mahendra Patil, Bhushan Chitte, Girish Patel, Nitin Patil, Shantanu Agrawal, Dinesh Jadhav, Abhishekh Patil, Imran Deshmukh, Chandan Ranve, Shashank Attarde.
Irrigation projects to get Rs. 387 Crores:
The Maharashtra State Government has sanctioned a hefty sum of Rs. 387 Crores for various irrigation projects in the Khandesh region covering Jalgaon, Dhule, and Nandurbar, Buldhana Districts. The major sanctions includes Rs. 50 Crores each district grant for building up water barrages on Tapi River bank and 187 Crores for other pending irrigation projects. The State cabinet has approved this grant taking into consideration the grim Post-Monsoon scenario with low raining.
Earlier the State Government announced Khandesh Special package for developments in the region and this sanction is another major sanction for the region's overall development. Earlier all MLA from Khandesh region united and submitted written request to State Governor for speedy approvals of pending irrigation projects in the districts considering low Monsoon this year. The tribes populated Dhule and Nandurbar districts have Human Development Index of 30 and 32 respectively and Dhule stands 34th in per head income followed by Nandurbar with 35th Rank.
NMU Youth Festival ends with full enthusiasm:
NMU Youth Festival 'Yuvarang' ended with Prize Distribution ceremony on Wednesday with Jai Hind College Dhule winning Gold Medal and Pratap College Amalner winning the Silver Medal and Vidya Vardhini receiving Bronze Medal. Other winning colleges are IMR College Jalgaon - Dance Competition, Jaihind College Dhule - Music, Chopda College- Literature Arts and D.N. Bhole College Bhusawal - Fine Arts etc.
Electricity Distribution Company soon to activate single Phase in many villages:
The State Electricity Distribution Company has announced final stage of working for 64 feeder activation. Introduction of these feeders would reduce the currently run 12 hours load shedding in rural areas. This plan will help 329 villages in the District. The Jalgaon, Savda, Chalisagaon, Bhusawal, Dharangaon and Pachora Division's 36 locations will have these feeders with 626 DP. Out of these 598 DP have been installed and rest are soon to complete. Commencement of this Single Phase DP will reduce a total load of 128.4MW electricity to the Company's supply chain.
NMU Cricket Team's Practice Camp begins:
The North Maharashtra University Cricket Team has been declared for Inter-University Cricket Competition at Gwalior from 23rd December until 31st December. Kamlesh Salunke, Nilesh Desale and Viond Kumavat from Chalisgaon have been selected in NMU Cricket Team. Practise camp begins from today in both morning and afternoon sessions and the team will play its first match on 25th December.
Devavrat in Maharashtra Team:
Devavrat Rawal, a native of Pachora and a student of Burhani English Medium School, has been selected in Maharashtra Cricket Team for National Level Cricket Competition in Under-14 age group to be played at Agra.
Gold eases by
Rs. 700, Silver eases by 1000:
The Bullion market is witnessing high ups and downs destabilising short term investors and stocking jewellers. The Gold touched all times high mark of 8300 last week and has came back to Rs. 7600 mark again in just 8 days. The Silver has witnessed Rs. 1000 drop in just 10 days.
Jalgaon famous for its Jewellers variety and huge stocking capacity attracted good attention in high times with its Jewellers stocking in good quantity. Many of top performing Jalgaon Jewellers expanded their business in Aurangabad, Pune, and Kolhapur in last year. The Cost dearness added considerable profitability to Balance sheets and freed these new investments for them while some short investors expecting Rs. 10,000 mark for Gold witnessed setback. The Jalgaon Jewellery market has anytime over 200kgs Gold in stock in form of Necklaces, Bracelets, bangles, diamond jewellery, chains, bars and other forms.
Hardasram Saheb Birth Anniversary and Group Marriages today:
The Amar Shahid Saint Kanwarram Trust Jalgaon is commemorating Baba Hardasram Saheb (Godhariwale) Birth Anniversary festivity today along with its 08th Group Marriage of 25 Couples. The event will have presence of Saint Manoharlal Saheb and Saint Baba Gelaram Saheb. The whole Sindhi Colony along with adjoining area is fully decorated with Welcome gates and lightening. The event has various pious activities throughout the day and is expected to attract thousands of community fellows today.
on Sane Guruji to release on 24th December:
The State Government in alliance with Shree Creations Mumbai has come up with a movie on 'Sane Guruji' and it will be released on 24th December at Amalner on eve of 106th Anniversary. All performers in act are attending this premier show.
The movie directed by Ashish Pednekar and story written by Ashok Kambli demonstrate his high levels of social reforms in his motherland and promoting education after in-depth study of his books, books written on him, His Lectures, and listening to those having Guruji's touch. The film was recently shoot in 10 months time at many places that includes Film City Mumbai, Filmistan, Kamalistan, Remand Home, Vasai Church, Fulgaon's Shani temple Ghat, Mahadev Temple Ghat, Primary School, Changvateshwar Temple at Saswad, Puranderewada, NSS Office at Pune, Sane Guruji Primary School, Amalner's Pratap High School, Pratap Mills, Sakharam Maharaj Trust, Betawad Railway Station.
Gadge Baba Village Cleanliness Drive:
The State Government has announced Year 2004-05 Saint Gadge Baba Village Cleanliness drive awards. The Satara and Buldhana district villages have bagged both awards while Jalgaon District's Vadgaon bk. (Chopda) has won Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Best Public Participation Villages Award worth Rs. 3 Lakhs in Cash.
NMU Management Council
Election Nominations list announced:
The North Maharashtra University Jalgaon VC has announced list all valid nominations received from candidates in Education Council willing to participate in Management council and Senate. There are 2 candidates from Education Council having 16 years teaching experience while 2 ladies candidates for ladies reserved post. Management Representative Group includes 4 male candidates and 2 female candidates and the College Principal category has 6 nominations received and 3 nominations for one post with 1 year teaching experience. The last date of withdrawing nominations is 23rd December and final picture will be clear after that only.
NMU Youth Festival to end today:
The North Maharashtra University conducted Youth Festival 'Yuvarang 2005' has continued with the great fun and performance from various category students. On third day evening mimicry competition with performance of actors like Prithviraj Kapoor, Ashok Kumar, Amitabh, Shakti Kapoor, Nana Patekar etc as well as the voice of animal remained key attraction. Around 29 students participated in various competitions.
The festivity is ending today with Prize distribution ceremony
Team wins 14 Gold Medals and 9 Silver Medals in District Level Inter-School Karate
Jalgaon Team has won 14 Gold Medals and 9 Silver Medals in District Level Inter-School Karate Competition conducted by District Sports Association and District Sports Karate Organisation at St. Lawrence High School. Amalner Team won Second Rank while Bhusawal Team won Third Rank.
Jalgaon's Stars in National Level Competition:
Vishal Ravindra Pawar, a student of L.N. High School has been selected in Maharashtra Boys Cricket Team for National Level Cricket Competition at Agra on 21st December until 25th December.
Siddharth Patil, a student of St. Lawrence High School, has been selected for National Level Volley Ball Competition under 14-age group at Hariyana between 24th December to 28th December
Mission Octroi Free Corporations
- Evokes mixed response to strike:
The Maharashtra State Octroi Removal Committee announced and Jalgaon District Business Confederation supported a day token protest strike has evoked mixed response with majority wholesale market traders turning down their shutters in support. The strike has caused estimated loss worth Crores as daily transaction amount.
The District Businesses Association representatives have urged State Chief Minister to intervene in matter and have argued not to approve Corporation Octroi Enforcement process on grounds of Code of Conduct due to Ward 2 Bye-elections. The Dhule District Traders have decided not to bring in goods with effect from 01st January 2006 seeing Private Party's non-friendly collection processes.
Administration emphasises on use on Non-Conventional Energy resources:
Facing tough times of Electricity front, the administration is now moving to maximising use of Non-conventional energy resources at Government, Semi-Government, and NGO through public participation. Use of Non-Conventional energy resources to light up homes, Street Lights, Solar Cookers and Solar water heaters are amongst top priority promotions through 12th Finance Bill. District's 36 Primary Health Centres now have solar water heaters and district's top performing villages in 'Saint Gadge Baba Village cleanliness drive' have solar street lights.
NMU Yuvarang in full Spirit:
The North Maharashtra University hosted Youth Festival 'Yuvarang' has started with full enthusiasm and various competitions are the main focusing parts of the festival including Group Dance (Tribes), National Integrity Messages from Rangoli, Music Competition etc. Around 39 colleges affiliated to NMU are participating in the event. The first day evening competitions included 25 participants in Singing, Classical Singing, Rangoli, Drawing competitions.
Nilroy Wins Body Builders Competition:
Devendra Nilroy has won the District Sports association conducted Body Building competition. He won Rs. 1000 Cash Prize and free practice in Gymkhana. Jitendra Salunkhe won Runner up Prize while Sanjeev More achieved third rank in competition, Jitendra Bansode won Excellence Prize. Around 20 players participated in this competition.
for Entries in qualifying matches for National Chess Competition:
Maharashtra Team selection test for National Level Chess Competition Trophy in Under-13 Age group is from 23rd until 26th December at Solapur. The National Chess Competition is scheduled for play at Kolkata on 4th January 2006. For more details and information please contact District Chess Association thereof.
Octroi Free Corporations' - Business on strike today:
The Jalgaon District Business Confederation has announced a day long business strike today in Jalgaon protesting Corporation's ongoing Octroi tax enforcement drive. The decision came amidst output of meeting of Maharashtra State Octroi Removal Committee at Ahmednagar. The Ahmednagar Business associations are on strike since last 15 days after Corporation imposing Octroi tax.
The meet also discussed various aspects of octroi tax and has come up with 7 points solution to issue. The resolution includes sending letters to all respective area MLA to help in Removal of Octroi Tax, Urging Governments to include Octroi in VAT Tax, implement a day token strike on 20th December protesting Octroi, supporting Ahmednagar Business Association's ongoing strike, local body meeting of all associations today, opposing Jalgaon Corporation's 23rd November resolution, and following up State Authorities on not to support Corporation's Octroi Implementation process.
announces waiver of Notice Fees on Taxes:
The Jalgaon City Municipal Corporation administration has announced waiver of Notice Fees on all its Tax bills with immediate effect. The decision was taken amidst authorities finding Corporation in financial chaos and inability to pay their employee monthly payments, JDCC Bank, MHADA Loans repayments until 05th January 2006.
The Authorities have also sent 7th reminder letter to State Authorities on immediate clearing of its process to early start its octroi collection process.
Court orders compulsory installation of fire fighter equipments in Schools:
The Supreme Court of India wide its order has made compulsory to all Schools to install fire fighting equipments in school premise at suitable locations. The District Secondary and Higher Secondary Education Department has given approval to this expenditure and has urged all schools to install the same before 15th January 2006 and send Head Master certified Letters to the concerned authorities. The Education Office will not accept January 2006 Salary bills until compliance of this norm.
Group marriage on 22nd December:
The Amar Shahid Saint Kanwarram Trust Kanvar Nagar Jalgaon is conducting its community group marriage on eve of Saint Baba Hardasram Saheb Birth Anniversary at Seva Mandal. The Group marriage activity will have 25 couples and various pious activities throughout the day that includes 'Panchamrut' Bath, Mukut Bandhan, Palkhi, Barat, Worshipping, Bhogsaheb, Bhandara, Reception ending with 'Babul Pyaro Jalgaon waro' event.
Challenge Trophy Cricket Competition:
A.T. Zambre High School has won the Inter School Challenge Cricket Competition hosted by District Sports Association versus Garud High School by 4 wickets.
Vishal Shirsath received both Man of The Match and Man of The Series Award for his excellent performance. Other Personal Prize winning students are as under
Ashfaq Shaikh - Best Batsman, Mahesh Patil-Best Bawler, Charudatta Patil-Best Wicket Keeper, Kasim Shaikh-Best Catch. Shreyas Raisoni, Nikhil Patil, Alamgir Pasha have won the Excellence Prize.
Sports Festival begins
Jain Ladies Mandal hosting Sports Festival from 19th December until 21st December at District Sports Ground near V.V. Library. The event has various types of competitions like Chess, Carom, Running, Musical Chair etc. For more details please contact Jain Ladies Mandal thereof.
Vaibhav and Tejas's Achievement:
Jalgaon's Shruti Dineshsingh Patil and Vaibhav Anandsingh have won the Gold Medal while Tejas Dineshsingh Patil won the Silver Medal in National Level Karate Competition at Bhusawal hosted by Indian Marshal Art Association. Around 500 students from Maharashtra, Karnataka, MP, Tamilnadu, Manipur, Hariyana, Delhi states participated in this competition.
Week competition Results:
The Sports Week competition hosted by District Sports Association ended with full enthusiasm. Result of sports competition is as
Group Dance: R.R. High School and Bahusaheb Raut High School
Tug-of-War: Haridas School and ZP School
Volleyball: P.K. Shinde, Secondary School Dharangaon and St. Lawrence
Karate Competition: Mustkim Siddhiqi and Nayana Thakur
Branded' theme reshapes businesses:
Buying a consumer item? Think branded, go branded. The appeal has clicked Jalgaon markets finally after years of arrival in Metros. The Jalgaon city now has over a dozen of branded showrooms of various consumer items including Titan Watches, Nokia Galleries, Samsung, Sony, LG, and ONIDA to name a few. The list is increasing month by month considering potential growth in consumer market and mid-sized consumer earnings and ease of finances.
Today LG is opening up its Exclusive Showroom in Jalgaon in Nehru Chowk and is confident to win customer confidence with its wide product portfolio.
Taluka gets Rs. 45 Lakhs aid for connecting water canal:
The Parola Taluka has received State Government's 45 Lakhs aid for connecting canal work for 7 villages facing acute water shortage. The Villages list include Sarve Bk, Babhlenag, Sangvi, Vitner, Palaskhede bk and have been facing intense water shortage since last 2-3 years during summer times.
The connecting canal work will facilitate administration to connect Girana River's right side stored water connection from Mauje Nagaon to Bahute and storing water in Sarve Bk.
Market, Investments training by MITCON:
The Self Employment promotion agency of State Government 'MITCON' is conducting a Share Market Study and Investment Management Training from 29th December until 13th January. The Training includes basics of Stock Market, Types of Shares, How to Invest in Securities, Searching Profitability, Stock Exchange Information, and Stock Broking Information. For more details and participation please contact MITCON Jalgaon centre Co-ordinator, DIC Office Jalgaon.
Community Youth Introduction Meet:
The Jijau Multipurpose Trust is conducting a Youth Introduction meet of Maratha Community youths on 08th January at L. N. High School Gandhe Hall. For more details and participation contact: 98236-08888, 93700-00345.
Jalgaon Cottonmics to end early:
Low raining causing less than 50% production of cotton crops this year has turned down Jalgaon Cottonmics resulting in very low arrival of cotton in State buying and private cotton centres. As a result the routinely five month long cotton procurement process may end up one and half months in advance to routine. Routinely farmers take up to 4/ 5 yields of one cotton plant that keeps the procurement process on until March end.
The Agricultural related officials estimated 20 to 25 Lakhs quintals cotton crop in Jalgaon this year but insufficient raining, germs attacks failed this statistics badly. The Per Acre 4 quintals Cotton crop estimate dropped down to 4 quintals per acre. The Low raining area farmers could not get second turn of crop yields and did cut down the plants. The good soil on other hand had standing cotton plants but could not get that sufficient yield. The district has 80 Cotton pressing factories out of 35 are running that too in not so good conditions. The nearby States businessmen are also moving back.
The Jalgaon District Co-operative Bank seeing handsome agro statistics offered crop loans for this crop is facing big question marks on return aspects. Last year it received 20 Crores repayment in crop loans but is yet to cross Lakhs figures this year.
sponsored 16th State Level Children Drawing Competition today:
The Sakal Newspapers is conducting its 16th State Level Children Drawing Competition throughout the State today. Jalgaon District’ 29,000 school students are expected in today’s competition having four categories and special category for Handicapped students. The competition has groups ‘A’ and ‘B’ for Students from Class 1 to Class 4 while Group ‘C’ and Group ‘D’ for Class 5 to Class 10 students at 34 different centres in Jalgaon District on 5 optional topics for drawing.
Supply Main lines
breakage disrupts Water supply in city:
The Main Supply lines supplying water to MIDC area witnessed sudden breakage near Nashirabad Railway Over Bridge in last evening. As a result the MID area, Ayodhya Nagar, Daulat Nagar, Khedi region along with temporary supply areas could not get water supply. The Girana pumping stored water has also ended troubling whole of city supply. The Tapi River water supply enacting as a backup support witnessing this breakage paralysed many area water supply. Authorities are working on war level and are expecting resolution of this issue by today.
NMU Youth Festival in Dhule from tomorrow:
North Maharashtra University Student Welfare Division hosting Inter-College Yuvarang -Youth Festival 2005 in Dhule from 18th December until 21st December at Shri Shivaji Vidya Prasarak Trust's Arts and Commerce College. Total 73 colleges and almost 1600 students will participate. Festival has almost 16 types of competitions like Classical Dance, Rangoli, Debating, Mimicry, Classical Singing etc.
St. Lawrence School team wins Inter School Volley Ball Competition:
Nandinibai, P.K. School (Pachora) and St. Lawrence School has won the under 14-17 group Inter School Volley Ball Competition hosted by District Sports Association. Under 17 age group volleyball competition, P.K School (Pachora) Team has won the match versus Dharangaon with 25-21, 25-19 score and St. Lawrence School won under 14 age group volley ball competition.
Rohit Lune selects
for State Level Chess Competition:
Jalgaon's Rohit Lune has been selected for Maharashtra State Level Open Fide Rating Chess Competition hosted by Nashik District Chess organisation. Competition will be played at Nashik from 17th December to 22nd December having first prize of worth Rs. 21,000.
District's 264 villages
in troublesome condition:
The District Administration has announced Year 2005-06 Kharip crop's final income rating. Out of 1598 villages and places in District, 264 villages have income flow less than 50 Paise and hence the State administration has accepted and is formulating a compensation plan for ruins in crop damages. The declaration has estimates of 1236 villages with above 50 Paise Income meaning good earnings flowing in those villages.
This District Revenue department submitted report will now move to State Revenue department and the State is expected to announce special measures for villages below 50 Paise Income level. Amongst commonly accepted and known measures are relaxing Crop Loan repayment and Intrest norms, and offering compensatory aids to affected farmers.
Standing Committee Meeting review:
The Jalgaon City Municipal Corporation Standing committee has approved much demanded Pimprala, Central Bank Colony area water supply and pumping station with Automatic Power Control Unit Panel. The Meet also approved year 2003-04 and 2004-05 annual Audit reports. A Two members committee submitted its report urging water supply and pumping unit be established near Bambhori Bridge on Girana River Bank. The unit should have 10 inches diameter bore well, 30 HP Water supply machines. It also suggested immediate implementation of various water related works that include laying piping in ward 5, laying 160mm PVC Pipe line in Ward 20 from well to Crematorium, laying pipe lines in Tribhuvan Colony, supplying 200kva Automatic Power Control panel to Girana River, supplying 320KVA Automatic Power Control Panel at Dapora Station.
District receives Second Rank in Savitribai Phule Adoption Scheme:
The Jalgaon District Council (ZP) Primary Education Department promoted Late Savitribai Phule Adopted Parent Scheme has received Second Prize in whole Maharashtra. The Scheme attracts Primary, Secondary teacher and socially collected aid Intrest to educate Backward Community, Economically weaker section girls for class I to VII. The District has Rs. 1.07 Crores amount of such Deposits and Donations and it uses the Bank Intrest received from this deposits to educate them. Last year it educated 900 girls and has 2,700 girls adoption for this year with estimates of Rs. 8.1 Lakhs in expenditure.
Council (ZP) Administration facing Manpower Shortage:
District Councils are popularly known as Mini State Secretariats and key role players in rural development in districts. They enact as media and means of passing on State and Central schemes in district's rural areas and devotes significant contribution in Nation's overall progress. The Jalgaon District council has a total of 13,574 approved officer's posts and is facing shortage of around 1000 manpower at various departments that mainly includes Education Department (555 posts). The approved official posts include Grade 3 employees' 12,578 posts and Grade 4 employees' 996 posts.
In actual the Jalgaon ZP has a total actual recruitment of 12,479 meaning 1,095 vacant posts. The Education Department has vacancies of 260 Deputy Teachers, 258 Graded Head Masters, Education Extension Officers Class-2 20 posts, Class-3 12 posts, and 5 posts of Centre heads. The General Administration department has 213 available posts of officers and employees that include 86 posts of peon (Class-4), 56 Junior Engineers (Assistant), Department Heads - 2, Superintendent - 2, Senior Grade assist executives, Senior Technician, Junior assistants, Drivers etc. The Health Department needs a total of 194 office bearers, agricultural department has 46 vacant posts, Women and Children Welfare department has 42 vacant posts.
Ajanta Caves building up Tourist Complex:
The State Tourism Development Corporation is setting up Tourist facility complex at world renown Ajanta and Ellora Caves Project beginning this November first week in two stages. The First stage works include repairs and upgrading Garden, Availing Police Security, introducing fibre optic light for clear view of caves. The Second stage has duration of 5 years and Japanese Bank is giving aid of Rs. 300 Cores for this phase. It includes setting up Tourist Complex in 11,000 sq. metres area along with Virtual Reality Hall, 3D route mapping, Computerisation Information and various facility centres, Orientation Hall and Museum as well as Restaurants, Garage, Parking and Bank facility, shops etc. Amongst other major updates include introducing water drainage control system to control draining water in many caves the UNESCO has included Ajanta and Ellora caves in World heritage monuments list and Japanese Buddhist activist and various other organisations are offering huge aid to preserve this world heritage
Exhibition in Jalgaon from 21st December:
A private firm from Pune is conducting an Agriculture festivity 2005 from 21st December until 31st December in Jalgaon. The exhibition focuses participation of over 300 companies in the field of agricultural produces and is being conducted at FCI Godown. The event includes discussion on use of New Technology in enhancing agro production, planning, bank and Insurance facilities, and lectures by dignitaries The event highlights honoring 'Best farmer' award from District and has Village Panchayat heads conference also.
Jalgaon Team declared for Karate Competition:
The Jalgaon team declared for All India Open Karate Competition at Bhusawal. Team is as under
Aditya Bhangale, Aditya Jain, Avirish Kankariya, Durga Bhole, Ketan Patil, Devendra Patil, Dhiraj Mahajan, Ashwini Patil, Abhishkh Patil, Prajot Baviskar, Sunil Sonar, Ashwini Birla, Anmol Chaudhari.
Aarif in Top Ten List of World Bench Press:
Bhusawal's Mohammad Arif, a worker of Ordnance factory has secured 9th rank for lifting 110kg weight in World Bench and Press Championship Competition at Europe (Stalkhome).
Corporation announces bye-election new schedule:
The Jalgaon City Municipal Corporation has announced new schedule for bye-elections of Ward 2. The new process begins with publishing of new electoral roll on 12th December. The Authorities have availed this listing at Elections Department (4th Floor, A wing), Collector Office, Corporation Primary Central School No. 1 (Shivaji Nagar), Khubchand Sagarmal School, near Lakudpeth (Shivaji Nagar), PWD Unit-1, Water Supply Unit Gendalaa Mill area, Post Office, ZP Office and Panchayat Committe Office and have urged for complaints and suggestions thereof on or before 23rd December 2005.
National Conference on "Recent
Trends in Synthetic Organics Chemistry" begins today:
The North Maharashtra University UDCT is hosting 2-days National Conference beginning today at NMU Senate Hall and is expected to have wide presence of various dignitaries in the Chemistry field from all around India.
Ahir Suvarnakar Community
Youth Introduction Meet:
All India Ahir and Lad Suvernakar Community and sub caste is hosting Youth Introduction meet group Marriage Ceremony at Balgandharva Hall on 24th and 25th December. For more details and participation contact: 9422227512
State Level Softball Competition Result:
Chalisagaon Team has won under 17-age group Inter-School State Level Softball Competition and Jalgaon's Nutan Maratha College team has won Boys under19-age group played at M.J. College Eklavya Sports Complex hosted by District Soft Ball Association. Amaravati Team has won Girls under 19-age group softball competition while Pune was second runner up. Winning teams are qualifying for National Inter-School Softball Competition on 18th January 2006 at Ludhiyana.
Zambre, St. Laurence, L.N and Shendurni team wins Challenge Trophy Cricket Competition:
A.T. Zambre team has won the match versus St. Lawrence team while L.N high school team won versus Saneguruji High School (Amalner) by nine wickets. G.R. Garud school (Shendurni) team defeated Siddhivinayak school team by 11 runs. Nikhil Patil, Charudatta Patil and Amol Naik received Man of The Match Award.
Festival at Bal-Gandharva begins today:
The Cultural Directorate district social welfare office is hosting 45th State Level Drama Competition beginning today at Balgandharva hall on 8pm. There are 12 teams to participate in the competition. Acting trust, Writer and play's name are as under. The 12 days competition includes daily one play at 8pm ending with prize distribution on 26th December.
Talent Search Examination on 18th December:
M.J. College is hosting Chemistry talent Search Examination for F.Y.Bsc (Chemistry) on Sunday 18th December at 12-2pm. Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar University, Amaravati University and North Maharashtra University's 34 colleges 1031 students will participate in this examination on 26 different centres. For more details please contact M.J. College Jalgaon thereof.
Vakod's Ketan Sancheti wins Gold Medal in National Olympic Competition:
Ketan Mukesh Sancheti, a native of Vakod (Tal-Jamner) and student of Shegaon Dull-witted Education Trust, has won the National Olympic competition in first rank. He received 3 gold medals in 100 meter running, 200 and 400 metre running competition and Certificate. Total 2000 students were participated in the competition.
Cricket Trophy Result:
Ujjawal English School, Anglo Urdu High School and Rustomji High School teams have won the District Level Inter-School Junior Challenge Trophy Cricket Competition on second day. Iqra Shahin Urdu High School team won the match versus Sharada School School by 97 runs, Anglo Urdu high school defeated St. Laurence high school by four wickets, Ujjawal English high school won the match versus Raisoni Marathi School
By 112 runs.
Alamgir Pasha, Ashfaq Shaikh, Yasin Khan and Shreyas Raisoni won Man of The Match Award.
Jalgaon's Pratik Patil has received 8.5 points in eighth round of Asian Chess Competition at Delhi. In the fifth round he failed versus Goa's Anurag Mahamal. Sixth round won by him against Delhi's Aman Jakhar. In seventh round Partik defeated by Andhra Pradesh's Ganesh R. and in eighth round he won versus Iran's Ali Valizhade.
'Octroi Free Corporations' - Business associations meets in Ahmednagar
The entire Maharashtra State Business associations functional in Municipal Corporation limits are meeting in Ahmednagar on 16th December at Indraprastha Hall. The meet highlights strengthening pressures on local Governments and State Authorities to cancel Octroi tax from 1st April 2006 excluding those states having not implemented VAT Tax. The meet also discuss various aspects of including Octroi Tax in VAT Tax.
Pachora 'Model Police Station':
Pachora Police Station has been selected as Model Police Station in Nashik range and the District Police is trying to implement the same pattern all around District. The Pachora Police Station has all major facilities that include separate division, computerisation, Telephone Facility, notice boards, complaint box, good building space, pure water and latest weapons to handle the emergency situations.
Standing Committee Meeting on 16th December:
The Jalgaon City Municipal Corporation Standing committee is meeting on 16th December, 11am to discuss various topics on agenda. The topmost issues includes discussing workflow of 2nd December's meeting, Corporation 2003-2004 Annual Budget, arrangement of water supply for Pimprala region Unit No 6 and laying pipe lines in ward 9, approving lowest vendor's tender and finalising cost for this water supply. The Two-Member's formed on 19th October will present its report and decisions thereof.
Challenge Cricket Trophy Result:
St. Teresa High School, St. Joseph High School, Siddhivinayak High School and Saneguruji (Amalner) High School teams have won the District Level Inter-School Junior Challenge Trophy Cricket Competition on first day. St. Teresa high school team won the match versus Shriram High School; St. Joseph high school defeated Millat high school. In afternoon session, Saneguruji high school won the match versus Pragati School and Siddhivinayak School won versus Biyani High School.
Nikita and Jamir win competitions:
Nikita Chipalunkar, a native of Jalgaon and student of M.J. College has won second rank in 200 meter running Competition in Divisional School Sports for Under-19 age group and qualified for the State Level School Sports Competition at Pune.
Jamir Mushataq Shaikh, a student of Nutan Maratha College has been selected for the All India Inter-University Football Competition in North Maharashtra University Team. Competition will be played at Bhopal (M.P). He received Fast Runner Award and District Sports Association's Best Player Award in 2004.
State Level Soft Ball Competition:
State Level Soft Ball Competition hosted by State Soft Ball Association begins today at M.J. College Ekalavya Sports Complex. Total 39 team will be participated in this competition. On first day Amaravati, Pune, Kolhapur, Nashik, Mumbai team won the match.
The State Election Commission has cancelled Jalgaon City Municipal Corporation Ward 2 Bye-election following irregularities found in Electoral Roll. The Commission under its new notification has notified 22nd January 2006 as schedule date for election.
Under new election programme, the Authorities shall publish the Electoral Roll by by 16th December followed by hearing complaints until 23rd December and finalising of Electoral roll on 26th December. The candidate nomination filling process begins from 27th December until 3rd January and last date of withdrawal is 7th January.
Parbhani team wins State Level Debate Competition:
Saint Tukaram College Parbhani team's Girish Joshi and Sushil Paithankar have won the Inter College State Level Debate Competition hosted by V.V. Library Jalgaon while Vivekanand College Kolhapur team's Madhukar Patil and Subhash Tarange have won the second runner up prize. The winning team received Trophy and Rs. 2100 cash prize. It also honoured Individual Category Prize to Girish Joshi with trophy, certificate and Rs.1000, Arti Lodha received Second prize with trophy, certificate and Rs. 751 and Madhukar Patil won third prize. Bhushan Patil (Kolhapur) and Prashant Gurav (Amalner) won Excellence Prize in this competition.
Violence hearing: 4 Sentenced with Life Imprisonment, 41 acquitted:
The District Session Judge made his final verdict in the Jamner Violence that took place on 18th June 2002 and disturbed District's social and communal harmony. The verdict has life imprisonment ad Rs. 8,500/- penalty for each of four key accused and has acquitted 41 others on non-availability of conclusive proofs.
Chopda Taluka Sugarcane project gets CPC approval:
The Central Planning Commission has accepted Chopda Taluka's important Sugarcane products in its upcoming 5-years plan. The proposals in this approval include completion of pending Sugarcanes products manufacturing units like Gul manufacturing in 2 years frame under fast track plan there by avoiding dependency on State Government. The project is expected to cost around 65 Crores and will be helpful for Malapur, Virvade, Chopda, Adagaon, Vardi, Vishnapur, Marvade, Vadati, Ambade, Borkheda, Narod and Kharod in Chopda Taluka.
Jalgaon's Pratik Patil has received 2.5 points in 4th round of Asian Chess Competition at Delhi. The competition begun on 07th December and the first round versus Tamilnadu's S. S. Manigandan draw. Second round was bit disappointing with his defeat from Iran's Saleh Mirzai. He won third round against Magoliya's Dasdorz in 31st move and fourth round versus West Bengal's Abhora Protim Manna in 28th move.
Accounts and Treasury Department's Nashik
Divisional Sports Competition Results:
Jalgaon and Ahmedanagar teams have jointly won the Nashik Divisional Sports Competition hosted by Accounts and Treasury Department played at Police Parade Ground. Other competition results are as under
Girls single carom competition: Sushama Mude
Boys single carom competition: Rajendra Bagade
Girls double carom competition: Nalini Kushor and Sandhya Pawar
Girls single badminton competition: Savita Joshi
Girls double badminton competition: Savita Joshi and Bharti Pamore
Boys double badminton competition: Sanjay Gaikwad and Narendra Chauhan
Cricket Competition: Jalgaon, Nandurbar and Dhule.
Asif Khan to participate in Malaysia Hockey
Asif Khan, a student of Iqra Education Trust's A.J. Thim College, has been selected for the International Six-A-Side Hockey Competition beginning from 13th December until 21st December at Penag (Malaysia). He is captaining the team since last five years and has won Inter-college Hockey Competition at Jodhpur in 2001, in 2003 at Jaipur and in 2004 at Nagpur.
The Corporation Ward 2 Bye-elections are hot with all these candidates visiting interiors of ward and trying to resolve all issues of the ward. The issues for this ward elections include beautifying Ward, quick resolving ward issues, help in stirring up the communal harmony in the different community fellows in the ward. The Ward includes a part of Shivaji Nagar, Hudco Colony, Gendalal Mill area and other interior parts having dominance of medium to low class working labours and service doing persons.
Traffic disrupts on Bhusawal - Akola Route:
A Goods trains on Bhusawal Division's Bhusawal - Akola route slipped near Varangaon Home Station Signal. The sliding of empty Petrol tanker on this Goods train halted all trains traffic from 5-15pm to 8-15pm on Sunday. The Railway Authorities normalised Traffic after a few hours using Cranes to pick up the slipped tanker.
L. N. High School team qualifies for Veenu Mankad Cricket competition:
The State Sports and Youth Services Directorate and District Sports Office are conducting School Level Veenu Mankad Cricket Competition from 10th December until 14th December. The L N. High School Team qualified for this competition by winning all Divisional matches played with Nashik, Dhule, Nandurbar, and Thane teams conducted at Bhoisar Thane.
City Municipal Corporation Bye-Elections: 3 candidates in fray:
The last date of withdrawing nominations in Corporation Bye-elections had 9 candidates withdrawing their nominations. With final date over, there are now 3 candidates in fray one each from ruling NCP and BJP and one independent candidate. The Candidates now in election fray are Ramesh Jain from NCP, Navnath Darkunde from BJP, Gablu Khan Masum Khan as independent candidate. The Authorities will distribute Election signs on 12th December and all candidates have begun their campaigning by personally visiting people in the area.
State Cotton buying witness
The State Cotton buying for this year's crop is in serious troubles. The scheme announced late this year failed to attract farmers and Government cotton procurement centres are awaiting farmers to given cotton. The statistics suggests that the State Cotton buying would attract just 30% to 35% of its routine procurement figures as compared to private vendors catching over 60% market and offering cash payments. The private traders are offering Rs. 1900 to 2100 based on cotton grade and many States and nearby MP traders have rented private stores to buy this cotton at large.
British designed Railway
Bridge crosses 55 rails a day in Bhusawal:
The Railway Bridge designed on Tapi River connecting Maharashtra and Madhya Pradesh is now 94 years and it helps 55 railways cross everyday. The iron designed bridge is now undergoing concreting process with Andhra Pradesh's party taking Rs. 7 Crores contract.
The bridge supports Bhusawal to Yaval, Raver road traffic as well as railway traffic is 33 pillars based pool designed in 1911 by British rulers. The Bridge has now become one of historical British time designs in the region and is still functional.
District Women Association and Police hosted competitions
evokes good response:
The Jalgaon District Women Association and District Police hosted various competitions on "Embryo Killings" evoked wonderful response. The competition had various plays, competitions on "Women Embryo Killing: danger to society" and had participation of 36 Mandals.
District Level Inter School Badminton Competition from 16th December:
St. Laurence High School hosted 2 days District Level Inter-School Badminton Competition begins from 16th December. Competition will be played at Eklavya Sports Complex, MJ College for 14, 16 and 19 age group. For more details please contact St. Laurence high school thereof.
in District Forestry:
The Jalgaon District is witnessing alarming situation on forestry front. The district Social Forestry Department estimated 33% forestry in district but has actual green zones in just 17% area. The Jalgaon District has total of 11.67 Lakhs hectare area under forestry and amongst this land the public revenue and forestry departments have 82 thousand hectare area.
and Video Shooting Guidance Camp:
Jalgaon DIC and Mitcon self-employment Centre are conducting Photography and Video Shooting guidance camp from 14th December until 13th January 2006. The training contains introduction to photo camera and their types, lens and film exposure, film developing, printing, information about dark room, outdoor and indoor photography etc. and also provides information about types of Loan facilities available and essential documents required thereof. Educated Candidates having No-Employment from age group 18-45 are eligible for this camp having intake of 30 seats only. For more details and enrolment, please contact Jalgaon DIC office.
Milind Jungale achieves second
rank in Karate Competition:
Milind Jungale, a student from Nutan Maratha College has won Second rank in Inter-College Karate Competition for Under-19 age group at Dhule. With this he qualifies for State Level Karate Competition to be played at Mumbai.
Versus Uttar Pradesh: The Electricity scenario:
Uttar Pradesh and Bihar now followed by Madhya Pradesh are amongst top three States facing terrible electricity problems. Our Maharashtra joined this race since last few years and is marching ahead to be a leader of this race. Our horrifying Zero Loads and routine power cuts are not only paralysing routine life but hampering Industries and businesses. We are different than UP and Bihar Bhayya's in terms of bearing this killing factor and we prove this by beating up and showing rage on Electricity Company officials and employees when we face such baffling power outages. Our all Political parties unites together to tackle this issues and conducts rallies to mark protest. If the scenario continues the same way, Electricity may become a key issue of vote bank and the Electricity Company's employees may demand Z Security protection to work for the company.
The Uttar Pradesh people are amongst most patient people in living aspects. They have various unique solutions to resolve this electricity issue. Amongst foremost and unique solution is setting up a private enterprise that maintains Power Generating units set up and gives private individual power supply connections on lowest monthly costs. These points automatically glows on when electricity goes away thus reducing headache of maintaining big pocket drilling and noisy generators. Our Co-operatives needs to take a lesson from this and go one step ahead by initiating Solar Power/ Wind Power/ Power Generators plants and distribute with minimum rates to small businesses and entrepreneurs. This will provide a cost effective, easy to use, zero maintenance power supply to everyone and in turn the Co-operative may get attractive returns on investment in long terms.
Representative Union on Strike from 14th December:
Medical and Sales Representative Organisation will begins 3 days strike from 14th December until 16th December all over India protesting Workers policy and Medical Industry Management Delayed Demands. Amongst various demands of the Union includes implementing Sales Promotion Employees Act.
The protest strike also includes State wide agitation demanding various issues with State and Central Authorities.
Chill arrives in Jalgaon region:
The whole Jalgaon region is witnessing season's chilling air breezes. People have begun using cold protection clothing like Sweater especially in the morning time. The chilling effect is helping wheat and Harbara crops. The mercury scale has considerably fallen down in last week.
District Council Agriculture Department receives 30.60 Lakhs:
The Jalgaon District Council (ZP) Agricultural Department has received a grant of Rs. 30.60 Lakhs under Agriculture Instrumentation scheme of MIDC. The scheme offers handsome subsidy of Rs. 30,000 for tractors and also offer subsidised rates for Rotavoters, Power Tiller, Tractor and other agricultural supporting devices.
Farmers willing to get this subsidy should apply to their respective Panchayat Committees Agricultural Department.
nominations for Outstanding Youth Services:
The Directorate of Sports and youth affairs, Government of India has called for nominations to Outstanding Youth Services, Youth Mandals Awards. The awards honoured under Nehru Youth Centre encourages youths in social services and has Rs. 10,000 cash prize for four youths Mandals along with Certificate, symbols and Rs. 500 cash prize for youths. Last date of receiving nominations is 26th December and applications are available in Nehru Youth Centre, Jalgaon office.
Late Ram Jadhav
Memorable District Level Inter School Sports Competition on 5th January:
The Jalgaon District Athletics Association is hosting Late Ram Jadhav Memorable 2nd District Level Inter School Sports Competition beginning 5th January until 7th January. Winning team's first three students will get Late. Ram Jadhav Trophy and certificate while 15 excellent Players will get Athletics Kit and every participant will receive participation certificate. Foe more details please contact Jalgaon District Athletics Association thereof.
Students selected for State Level Sports Competition:
Chalisagaon Taluka's Ganeshpur School students have been selected for State Level Sports Competition by winning Nashik Divisional Inter School Sports Competition. The students include: Nirasha Kailash Devare, Jayshri Jagganath More, Rupali Mangesh Jadhav and Pradip Namdev Pawar
Jalgaon District Team declared
for Divisional Cricket Competition:
Jalgaon District Team has been declared for Divisional Cricket Competition for Under-17 Age group at Dhule on 10th December. Team is as under
Sumant Dixit (Captain), Abhishekh Patil (Vice Captain), Parag Sarode, Jitendra Patil, Bhushan Chitte, Shantanu Agrawal, Dhiraj Karade, Irafan Pathan, Girish Patel, Ashwin Patil, Arwind Pawar, Pratik Pande, Yogesh kasar
Nipun Sanjivkumar Sonwane, a native of Dharangaon and P.R. High School NCC student has been selected for 'All India Tracking Camp' beginning from 9th December until 22nd December at Karnataka Malgaon (Goa). The 18th Maharashtra NCC Junior Division Jalgaon Battalion's 3 students from Khiroda, Dharangaon, and Varangaon have been selected for the camp.
District's 9 villages on tanker water Supply:
The harsh summer time is yet to come. Jalgaon District's 9 Villages are still on tanker water supply and the district administration has acquired 18 Private well to tackle the situation. It includes Parola's four, Jalgaon's one and Chalisagaon's four villages. The Administration has announced Rs.5 Crores action plan for 250 villages that could probably face drinking water shortage during upcoming months.
The district this year had low Monsoon raining compared to earlier years and as a result the Girna Dam has just 75.47% water storage while Hatnur dam has 93%, Manyad has 23%, Bori has 32%, Bhokarbari has 41%, Suki has 33%, Abhora has 56%, Agnawati has 49%, Hivara has 50% and Mangrul has just 5% water storage.
Cricket Competition Result:
Jalgaon Team has won Lolge Trophy Cricket Competition in Under-15 age group versus Dhule Team with 104 runs at Shahada (Dist-Sindhudurg). Dhule team scored just 104 runs and returned to pavilion. Jalgaon team's Rohit Borse picked 3 wickets and Yogesh Kasar took 2 wickets while Shashank Attarde Dhiraj Karade and Ghansham Chaudhari got 1 wicket each.
Level Kho-Kho Competition:
District Sports Association hosted District Level Inter School Kho-Kho Competition begins from 16th December until 18th December. All participating Schools will receive Trophy and Certificate. Last date for participation is 13th December. Please contact authorities for more details thereof.
Distribution Company announces temporary stopping of Zero Load:
The State owned Electricity distribution Company has announced temporary suspension of its Zero Load Programme for Jalgaon District. The decision came amidst strong protest from all parts of society following hectic power cuts in district.
The farmers and civilians along with local leaders made a protest march at its offices and many a times angry mob attacked its local officers. The worsening situation faced terrible heights when whole district had no electricity for over 20 hours this Monday.
drive in District's 'Dark Zones' with aid from World Bank:
Considering increasingly lowering water limits in district's dark zones, the State Government in financial aid from World Bank has announced special programme in Yaval Taluka's 29 villages and is training 348 village people to tackle the situation. District's rich Banana producing Raver and Yaval taluka are amongst worst hit places having acute water shortage.
State Government's 'Water Management' drive trains 12 villagers from each of 29 villages on how to manage water and has drawn action plan to tackle the situation. The 29 villages of Yaval Taluka included in this drive are: Kolvad, Parsale, Viravali, Vadri, Chitoda, Satod, Boraval bk and Khurd, Atraval, Hambardi, Chikhli Khurd, Takarkheda, Tembhi Khurd, Nimgaon, Pimpri, Dongar Kathora, Rajora, Bhalshiv, Sangvi bk, Waghoda, Pilode, Bamnod, Borkheda Khurd, Hingona, Yaval, Sangvi Khurd, and Maheswadi
Dr. S. F.
Patil elected as AIU Chief:
North Maharashtra University's Ex Vice Chancellor Dr. S. F. Patil and Bharti University's current Vice Chancellor Dr. S. F. Patil has been selected as Chief of Association of Indian Universities from 01st January 2006 for a span of 1 year. He is Maharashtra's only education field personality serving as Vice-Chancellor since last 10 years with different Universities.
High Court bench to hear PIL on Jalgaon Traffic Police's drive:
The Two Judges bench of Aurangabad High Court will hear Jalgaon's Adv. Nalin Shah submitted Public Interest Litigation on District Police's 'Puncturing Drive' being conducted.
The PIL further argue about mental harassments faced by vehicle owner once the respective authorities punctures his/ her vehicle tyres on account of maintaining Law and Order Situation and rules as specified in Traffic conduct.
Corporation Bye-Elections: 13 applications received:
The Jalgaon City Municipal Corporation Administration has received 13 applications for the bye-election of Ward No. 2 scheduled on 24th December 2005. All received forms will be scrutinised today and 10th December is last date of withdrawing nominations.
Revenue Department's District Level
Sports Competition Result:
The Jalgaon District Revenue Department hosted District Level Sports Competition played at M.J. College Ground ended with full enthusiasm. Competition's results are as under:
In 100-meter Running competition Anil Pathade, Ranjit Patil, and Mujavear secured top ranks while Anil Pathade, Sachin Mohite, and Jagdish Gurav won in 200-meters Running competition. In 400-meters running competition Anil Pathade, Dr. Manikrao Gursal, Rajesh Bhangale won while Dr. Manikrao Gursal, Balasaheb Vakchoure won in Badminton competition.
In Long Jump competition Ranjit Patil, Dr. Manikrao Gursal won the matches while Jalgaon Team won and Bhusawal team secured second runner up in Volleyball competition.
Late. Mangilalji Goverdhandas
Memorable Trophy State Level General Knowledge Quiz Competition Result:
Chalisagaon Education Society's Anandibai Bankat High School conducted Late. Mangilal Goverdhandas Memorable Trophy State Level Inter School General Knowledge Quiz Competition. Dhule's Kamalabai Shankarlal Girls High School has won competition, Jalgaon's Ujjwal English Medium School has won second rank and Chalisagaon's Good Shepherd School has secured third rank. Rachna High School Nasik has won the Excellence Prize. Dhule's Sayali Tope, Kavita Shinde and Naina Sonar Girls Team has received Trophy with Rs. 2000 and Certificate. Jalgaon's Sharvari Sudhir Amate, Hrishikesh Sunil Bhagwat and Vinay Vijay Agrawal Team has got Trophy with Rs.1500 and Certificate, Chalisagaon's Abhishekh Agrawal, Tejaswini Deshmukh and Ankita Deshmukh has received Trophy with Rs.1000 and Certificate.
Conference at NMU:
North Maharashtra University's School Of Chemical Sciences hosted National Conference on the subject of Recent Trends of Synthetic Organic Chemistry' on 16th December until 17th December. Conference will be at NMU's Cenet Hall.
Jalgaon's Nikhil Patil's Success:
Nikhil Jaywant Patil, a native of Jalgaon and student of R.R. High School, has secured third rank from state in Pre Elementary Examination in English hosted by Tilak Maharashtra University Pune. He got 93 marks out of 100.
Vyas wins Chess Competition:
Jalgaon's Engineer Mr. P. L. Vyas has won the Chess Competition hosted by Public Works Regional Division at Ahmedanagar. He does hatrick of winning the competition from 4 year's.
Hemendra Shah in Guinness Book:
Dr. Hemendra Shah, a native of Jalgaon and a Head Surgeon in R.J. Stone Urological Trust (Mumbai) has been recorded his name in Guinness Book for his excellence work in Medical field. He is a first doctor from India who recorded his name sin Guinness Book. He successfully done the stone operation (13 cm) with the help of binocular.
Jain Charities and Vasantrao Chandorekar Pratisthan hosted 3 days Balgandharva Music Festival from 6th January until 8th January 2006. Festival will be at J.D.C.C. bank Hall daily on 8pm to 1 pm.
Jalgaon Team has won the second match versus Nandurbar Team by nine wickets in Lolge Trophy Cricket Competition under 15 age group at Shahada. In first match Jalgaon team defeated Nasik Team by 74 runs. Now the third and final match is between Jalgaon team and Dhule Team from today.
TIN card Session:
On 4th December, Income Tax Department hosted session on Tin card. Session disscussed issues like how to fill Tin form and detail information of each section of form and solve difficulties ask by income tax advisor.
Cricket Competition Results:
Khopoli Team has won State Level Cricket Competition versus Pachora Gymkhana Team by two wickets at M.M. College Pachora. Winning team got Trophy with worth Rs.25 thousand and second runner team got trophy with worth Rs.13 thousand.
Award Distribution is as
Man Of The Match - Sushant Jadhav (Pachora)
Best Bowler - Satish Salunkhe (Khopoli)
Best Batsman - Sushant Jadhav (Pachora)
Best Wicket Keeper- Faiem Sheikh (Pachora)
Best Fielding - Sachin Pate (Pachora)
Man of The Series - Manish Desai (Khopoli)
Jalgaon Team has got leading of 81 runs versus Nandurbar Team in second match of Lolge Trophy Cricket Competition under 15 age group at Shahada (Dist-Nandurbar)
Team for Basket Ball:
District Team has been declared for Akhil Bharatiya Door Sanchar Basket ball Competition. Competition will be played at Bhilai on 12th December. Jalgaon's four players have got place in District Team.
Team as below
John Vargis (Captain), Raju Polsane, A.J. Khandre, J.B. Jadhav, S.K. Gupta, S.V. Kute (Vice-Captain), R.J. More, I.U Shah, R.S. Patil, Nitin Mhatre , R.R. Gadkari, R.S. Kumavat.
Inter School Divisional Karate Competition Result:
Jalgaon Team have won one Gold and four Silver Medals in Inter School Divisional Karate Competition played at Dhule. Siddheshwar Chaudhari, a native and student of L.N. High School has been selected for State Level Inter School Divisional Karate Competition will be played at Pune. Winning students are as
14 age group:
Siddheshwar Shrikant Chaudhari (L.N. High School) - Gold Medal
Nayana Shivpalsingh Thakur (A.T. Zambare School) - Silver Medal
17 age group:
Sarosh Jamil Sheikh (New English Medium School) - Silver Medal
19 age group:
Milind Vinayak Jangale (Nutan Maratha College) - Silver Medal
Jalgaon Team has won Lolge Trophy Divisional Cricket Competition under 14 age group versus Nasik Team by 74 runs at Shahada (Dist- Nandurbar).
State Level Cricket Competition Final Match between Pachora Gymkhana Team and Khopoli (Raigad) Shree Ganesh Team at M.M. College Pachora today.
North Maharashtra University's Success:
North Maharashtra University students have won medals in Ashwamedh Sports Competition played at Parabhani. Sitaram Barela has won Silver Medal in 5 thousand meter running competition and Navalsingh Tadavi has won Bronze Medal in 5 thousand meter running competition. Next year's 'Ashwamedh-2006 Sports Competition' will be played at Jalgaon North Maharashtra University.
Maharashtra University's Makarand Rane has won award for his Research Paper in
National Biotech Conference hosted by Biotech Research Society of India (BRSI) and Anna University Chennai at Anna University.
Pachora Gymkhana Team-A has won State Level Cricket Competition versus Bhusawal Team at M.M. College Pachora. Sushant Jadhav got Man of The Match Award. Pachora Gymkhana Team-A is now selected for Final Match.
Light raining in Chopda, Amalner: Weather chills up:
The Amalner and Chopda Taluka in District witnessed showery raining on Thursday afternoon. The raining as result has lowered down temperature in the region and climate all around is cloudy.
May Sarasoti" event in Jalgaon:
"Majhi May Sarsoti", the story written on Khandesh daughter Bahinabhai is being played today at Bal Gandharva Open Theatre Jalgaon. The event hosted by E-TV Marathi will have presence of various literary legends and will be later broadcasted on E-TV Channel. The Play highlights Bahinabai's significant contribution in promoting education in grass root of society.
Raver Stadium work receives
Rs. 10 Lakhs grant:
The newly initiated Stadium build up in Raver city with expected budget of Rs. 62 Lakhs has received Rs. 10 Lakhs grant from 25 Lakhs sanctioned. The Stadium is being built up near ITI College on Bhatkheda road on Government open space.
The Stadium once started would promote local and Taluka level players to attend, exercise and play more games making them more competitive and successful for National and International Competitions.
Council Water Management and Cleanliness committee meets:
The Jalgaon District Council (ZP) water management and cleanliness committee met on Wednesday to discuss various issues in the plan. The council has received funds for 38 villages out of 110 under 'Swa-Jaldhara' and 'Maha-Jal' projects. The committee also ordered immediate repairs to water leakages in pipes in 81 villages.