Madhukarrao Chaudhari honoured with Dr. Manibhai Desai National Service Award:
Khandesh's senior leader, Social reformist, and Ex Speaker of State Assembly Madhukarrao Chaudhari from Khiroda will receive Padma Shree Dr. Manibhai Desai National Service Award for year 2004. The Award honoured to personality with outstanding social service record of accomplishment and National Integrity promotion has Jalgaon District's personality for the first time.
Life in villages:
The ultra fast changing modern society has blessed technology as gift to villages and remote places in the Country. Visit a village, you find mobile phones, landline phones, and television sets with cable connection as most common elements of life style. With all these resources, the life in villages is changing rapidly making dream come true of Young India.
The Villages are our rich resources of skill set having numerous scholars waiting to get exposure. If our Government could initiate to offer the best of basic facilities like Road, Good Education, and Transportation connectivity along with this technology boost, villages in India will definitely lead India to become superpower soon.
Broken and impeded roads, poor quality of school education added with fluctuating Electricity conditions are demoralising village psychology. The 21st Century India still has "Bhoot", "Pret", "Jadu", and "Tona" concepts highly applied in villages terrorising state of mind of women living in villages. Living under high pressure of Male lobby, the women here has the only alternative to keep mum and do her household activities.
Non-Governmental Organisations claiming larger on success in boosting lifestyle have not yet concentrated this blue of Indian society.
wins National Moot Court Competition:
The Symbiosis Law College Pune team has won Maniyar Law College hosted National Moot Court Competition held in Jalgaon on 26th and 27th February 2005. The Government Law College Mumbai Team ranked second while Chennai Law College team secured Third Rank in the Competition ended on Sunday.
Railway Budget 2005 runs off Khandesh hopes:
The Railway Budget 2005 has given Red Signal to Khandesh's much-awaited Manmad - Dhule - Indore Railway Line project and has no special benefits or announcements for the region. The Indore direct Rail connectivity has been in demand since last decade by the people of Khandesh. Those wishing to go Indore have just two options viz. either Khandwa to Indore Railway route or by road connectivity via Dhule and Shirpur.
Polio Vaccination Drive today:
The State Health Authorities have arranged Pulse Polio Vaccination drive on today targeting 4.5 lacs children in Jalgaon district by setting up 395 booths and Mobile vans at various locations throughout District.
Over 58,000 from throughout Jalgaon District will appear today in Secondary (Class 7th) and Primary (Class 4th) Scholarship Examination.
District administration Reports: 338 villages to face water shortage:
The Jalgaon District Administration authorities have reported that around 338 villages of 1538 places in Jalgaon District will face acute drinking water shortage this summer. Last year 264 villages faced water issues adding 74 more this year. Considering statistics Talukawise, the Jamner taluka is at top with 45 villages facing short followed by Parola with 39 trailed by MuktaiNagar with 32.
The Jalgaon District has 14 different water reservoirs, dam to provide water throughout the Year. Of these 14 saves, the Bori Dam has 0% stored, Bhokar Bari has 19.63% stored, and Bahula with just 14.43% as on today.
City Municipal Corporation (JCMC) Standing Committee Meeting:
The Jalgaon City Municipal Corporation Standing Committee meeting is on 28th February. The meet highlights 22 points on agenda that includes implementing Corporation Taxes from financial Year 2005-06, Town development Regulation charges fixing, implementing Khandesh Development Fund grant in buying various items and extending 11 Open Land Allotments period issued to various communities for development of their Community Hall in Jalgaon. The JCMC has received Rs. 1 Crore 32 lacs State Government grant under Khandesh Development Fund.
enforces Section 144 for SSC & HSC Examinations:
The District Magistrate Jalgaon has enforced Section 144 of Bombay Police Act 1951 in order to maintain Law and Order Situation in Exam centres surrounding area. The Section implies no entry to persons other than Appointed Staff, Police, and Home Guards in 200 meters areas of Exam Centre.
Jalgaon city to get Drinking Water every alternate day in summer:
Guess, what would be the best news for Jalgaonities this summer? Yes, Jalgaonities facing acute dramatised drinking water shortage have good news here. The Administration has decided to supply drinking water every alternate day this summer easing psychological burden on Jalgaonities. The decision came amidst region's major drinking water supply resource Girana Dam touching 100% mark in this Monsoon season. The Jalgaon city has requirement of 40MLD water of which 17MLD is supplied by Girana dam while rest from MIDC, well in Khote Nagar, and Savkheda Pumping Station.
The drinking water supply issue is one most harassing query every Jalgaonity faces since last five years due to Administration's short-tailed water management policies.
National Level Moot Court Competition
The KCE Society's SS Maniyar Law College is hosting a National Level Moot Court Competition on Saturday, 26th February. The Even highlights presence of Supreme Court of India Justice in inauguration ceremony and 22 different teams from all around India.
The teams sorted from initial rounds will reach Final Competition on Sunday, 27th February again having presence of Top brass dignitaries from the field. The Competition highlights First Prize of Trophy along with Rs. 3000/- cash for First, Trophy and Rs. 2000/- cash for Second, and Trophy with Rs. 1000/- cash for Third ranked team.
Club Jalgaon West hosted "Jail Mahotsav":
Continuing its trend to uplift social and moral standards of Jailed Prisoners, the Rotary Club Jalgaon West is hosting its annual Jail Mahotsav on 26th and 27th February 2005. The festivity Psychological consultancy, Conference on Communal Harmony, Personality Development Seminar, and Exhibition of materials developed by Prisoners in District Jail located inside District Collectorate office.
Level Flowers Exhibition in Jalgaon on Sunday:
The District Agricultural Authorities in Association with Jalgaon Garden Club and Godavari Foundation are hosting District Level Flowers Exhibition on Sunday, 27th February at Shanbhag Hall in Prabhat Colony. The Exhibition is open to all from 12pm until 08.30pm.
Bhusawal Railway RPF Recruitment Drive: Stampede results in injuries to one:
The ongoing Bhusawal Railway RPF Recruitment drive having huge response faced a problem on Wednesday when the huge rush generated stampede resulting in injuries to one and collapse of border wall of Railway Sports Ground.
Around 30,000 young aspirant candidates are trying their candidature for Railway's RPF Recruitment drive.
SSC and HSC Examinations 2005: Around 93,000 students to appear in Exam:
The Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education has announced schedule for upcoming SSC and HSC Examinations 2005. As per this schedule, the HSC Examination begins 01st March while SSC exam begins 15th March 2005.
There are 38,216 students including Fresher and repeaters for HSC while 54,791 for SSC Exam at around 180 Exam centres throughout the District.
school star wins Gold Medal in Karate Competition:
Om Pankaj Patil, a Class II student from St. Joseph School has won Gold Medal in National Karate Competition recently held at Aurangabad. By winning this competition, he now qualifies International Karate Competition to be held in Nepal.
VAT Protest Strike evokes mixed response:
The Federation of Associations of Maharashtra called one-day token strike to protest a few of clauses in Value Added Tax evoked mixed response on Monday. Most of City's main markets remained closed. The strike ended with District Business Association conducting a Seminar on awareness regarding VAT and some its harsh clauses that could cause bad impact on business community.
Most of major establishments throughout District also remained closed supporting Anti-VAT stand of associations. However, all Nationalised, Private Banks, and societies remained functional.
Jalgaon Division continues its Mega Anti-Illicit Usage drive:
The MSEB Jalgaon division conducted its third major Anti-Illicit users drive in Jalgaon detaching around 2000 illegally attached connections. MSEB's team of around 500 employees with strong Police Protection reached various known areas of electricity theft making one of historic move against such usage.
State Cotton Buying:
The District Farmers continues to sell their Cotton crop to State Authorities at different centres throughout the region. The Jalgaon District having around 4.12 Lac hectares Cultivation area had around 3.60 lacs area with cotton crop cultivated estimated at around 25 lacs quintal Cotton Crop yield this year. The different centres all around District have until now procured 23 lacs quintal cotton and there is huge queue outside centres even today.
State Level Arts Exhibition begins today
The Maharashtra State Arts Directorate students division's Six days 45th Arts Exhibition is beginning today in Police Multipurpose Hall Jalgaon. The Exhibition has participation of 217 Colleges exhibiting 399 sculptures from throughout the State. Around 3900 students from different colleges submitted their Paintings of which 399 were selected and 72 of this will receive Prizes. The Exhibition highlights a Slide Show on Paintings related to Ajanta Caves.
FAM announces Statewide Strike on Monday to protest VAT implementation:
The Federation of Associations of Maharashtra has announced Statewide Business Strike on 21st February 2005 to protest VAT implementation and removal of many of VAT's threatening clauses. The District Fertilisers, Pesticides, and Seeds Association Dealers are also supporting the Strike demanding freeing of Agricultural produces from proposed 4% VAT structure.
divulges spreads chill:
The whole of Khandesh region continues to witness weather chilling with mercury falling drastically to a range of 8 degrees in last 3-4 days. The weather change has reintroduced chill in air in early morning time and late nights. The chilling effect caused mainly due to Snowfall in Northern India is generating a sign of relief for Khandesh People before arrival of blazing sun summer season.
Society to host Exhibition to promote young talent:
The Arts Development Foundation promoted Jalgaon Arts Society is hosting its young talent Drawing Exhibition in Jalgaon at Krishak Bhavan Hall beginning today until 23rd February 2005. The Jalgaon region's Yaval and Raver Taluka has nurtured many young artists with ability and skill to draw natural postures and scenes.
gets 75 lacs State Aid:
The Jalgaon District's Hot Water Breeze Tourist spot Unapdev located at a distance of 5kms from Adavad (Chopda Taluka) will be soon in new Avatar with State Government offering 75 Lacs aid for various works. It includes plantation of Medicinal beneficial Trees in 30 Hectares area, developing Lawn in Rest House, Cafeteria for visitors, designing Short routes, Developing Lake in nearby region, Lighting System and many other miscellaneous items.
Department Jalgaon Office catches fire:
The Irrigation department office located in front of District Collectorate caught fire in one store on Saturday evening resulting in loss of many important documents being burnt or wetted due to water.
Distributors on Strike today:
Jalgaon District Consumer Products Distribution Federation has announced Protest strike on 10th February demanding various issues resolutions. The Strike conducted on State Level has hot issues like Claim Settlement process, Stocks holding etc.
The Agency and Distribution line earns around 5% in gross of which 2-3% revenue goes in Expenditure making it a harsh experience for genuine business practitioners.
for reviewing Traditions: Dode & Patidar Gujar communities reinitiate
their Inter Marriages
MSEB makes a mega reform drive:
After facing heavy debt burden and increasing Power theft ratio touching above 30%, the State owned Maharashtra State Electricity Board Jalgaon Division has begun its massive anti-illegal usage drive. Over 400 MSEB field staff cut down around 4000 illegal users direct Electricity connections taken from Electricity service polls in various areas of Jalgaon city. The illicit Electricity usage popularly known as 'Aakda' in local language used a direct cable connection to service poll to fetch electricity allowing no bill paying, no demand note, and no meters at all.
Marked as one of biggest hit by MSEB, its field persons witnessed stiff protest and even stone pelting in many areas of city later settled down by a team of 15 Private Security guards hired by MSEB.
BSNL announces Revolutionary
SMS Messaging on Landline phones:
The Government owned Corporate Communication giant BSNL announced availability of revolutionary SMS Messaging Service on all of its Landline phones. The Service being offered FREE of charge initially requires a special CLIP enabled SMT Terminal Phone capable of sending and receiving SMS messages. The BSNL SMS Service Centre Number for Tx and Rx Settings on this phone is '1256' and area code setting is STD Code without Prefixing '0'. The Service requires initial simple registration by sending SMS to 771 for Registration and 772 for Deregistration. The Phone Instrument is currently unavailable in Jalgaon costs around 1000-2000 depending on features available in it.
Please contact your nearest BSNL Customer Care Support for more details thereof.
The District Police begun Recruitment drive is in full process with just 264 candidates remaining in fray for final Oral Examination. All these candidates passed physical fitness test, Objective Written type test and are now keenly waiting for final oral examination process begin conducted at District Police Head Quarters Jalgaon.
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Over 7000 students to offer reverence
Around 7000 students from 40 different schools from Jalgaon will offer 'Surya Namaskar' on 15th February on eve of World Sun Adoration Day at Police Parade Ground Jalgaon.
LN High School
Students get State Sports Scholarship:
City's L. N. High School Students Bhushan Nana Patil and Prashant Hiraman Borse have received State Government Sports and Youth Activities Directorate Scholarship. Both these students played in National School Cricket Competition at Patiala in year 2003-04.
festivity begins today:
As a Tradition of over 250 years, the Khanapur Taluka Raver's Kanifnath Maharaj festivity is beginning from 08th February until 10th February. The festivity attended by thousands of devotees from around the region. The Kanifnath Maharaj festivity conducted every year from Paush Krishna Amavasya until Magh Shukla Dvitiya.
The growing Medicine Wholesaler's Network in Jalgaon: A Review:
Every small business revolution starts with small deeds. Rapidly growing Jalgaon District Medicine Wholesale market is one classic example of it. The District Medicine Dealers Association with its strong membership network and ethics recently commemorated 11 years of foundation of its built up Chemist Hall in Jalgaon. Many of Medicine wholesalers from Jalgaon now outsmart top-level performers throughout the State and many of them are in State Association body.
The Association is soon venturing Schooling where it proposes to educate all sectors of society. It is considered as one of strongest association in terms of restricting malfunctions incurred from drug manufacturing companies. Jalgaon City Bhikamchand Jain Market is wholesaler's main market where most of top wholesalers have offices cum stores whereas its retail network spreads throughout the District in every corner.
Vrushali gets President Award:
Lunkad Girls School student Vrushali Bhor has received President Award for passing in Scout Guide Examination recently conducted at Pune.
ZP Body Elections heats environment:
The District Council (Zilha Parishad) Body Election is on 18th February. With fewer days remaining, the political atmosphere is heating up for crucial posts like President and Vice-President. The Jalgaon Zilha Parishad has 68 seats out of which BJP have 26, Shivsena with 15, NCP with 15, and Congress I has 12 seats.
their belts to Search Looters:
With increasing number of theft case in Jalgaon region, the District Police has tighten up its belts and is taking several measures to fight against the terror. Based on interrogation reports on one of jailed looter, it has sent one Team to AhmedNagar to investigate ahead and is conducting checks at entry points in Bambhori and other places. Three different team of Policeman on Motorcycles will patrol in city's crowded areas to guess and capture movements of gangsters.
Jalgaon witness 29.4 and 9.2 Degree Centigrade temperature on Friday. A Change of 4 & 1.9 Degrees in two days
JCMC General Meeting:
The Jalgaon City Municipal Corporation's is having its Standing Committee Meeting on 07th February afternoon followed by General Meeting on 10th February. The Meetings highlight sanctions to road repairs material procurement contracts, Sanction of Budget for building up Swami Vivekananda Shopping Mall and many other minor issues. The meeting also highlights proposal to offer intrest waiver to House Tax Outstanding and setting up new Plant for recycling city's waste.
District Health Authorities
reschedule Pulse Polio Vaccination:
The Jalgaon District Health Authorities have announced new schedule for Pulse Polio Vaccination in District. The earlier planned 20th February Vaccination drive is now on 27th February while the 03rd April camp is on 10th April.
Railway Protection Force (RPF) Recruitment Drive begins today in Bhusawal:
Thousands of youths arrive in Bhusawal to appear for interviews
Jamathi Taluka: Bodwad JDCC Bank Branch looted - One Killed:
A group of young plunderers attacked Jalgaon District Central Co-operative Bank Jamthi Taluka: Bodwad Branch and flee with 48,000 cash. The encounter took place in afternoon around 13:40pm and the dacoit's gun fired a bank customer taking away his Cotton Crop payment.
The crooks came in on a Motor cycle with Pistol, terrorised Branch Manager, and warned him with 'Hands Up! Nahi to Bhun Dalunga' (Hands up, otherwise I shall kill you) using this pistol. They stolen Rs. 48,190 cash kept in Cash Box.
The Jalgaon District Police Superintendent visited the spot and Police is further investigating the case.
State announces another
15 village's award for Saint Gadgebaba Village Cleanliness drive:
The State authorities have further announced top three villages from 5 taluka of Jalgaon District under its Saint Gadgebaba Village Cleanliness Drive reward program. It includes
Amalner Taluka - First: Javkhed, Second - Devgaon Mali, Third: Dhar
Bodwad Taluka - First: Manmodi, Second - Yeoti, Third: Varkhed bk
Chopda Taluka - First: Vadgaon bk, Second - Khirdi, Third: Akulkheda
Raver Taluka - First: Khiroda, Second - Rojhoda, Third: Vivre
Parola Taluka - First: Tamaswadi, Second - Shirsode, Third: Savkhed Marath
The rest of Bhusawal, Dharangaon, Erandol, MuktaiNagar, Pachora, and Jalgaon Taluka listing are yet awaited.
Engineering College to host "Mahesh Trophy 2005":
The Jalgaon Government Engineering College is hosting Mahesh Bank Trophy 2005 on 20th February at JDCC Bank Hall. The Event aimed at promoting hidden talent in NMU region students has free participation for any student in NMU affiliated College. Please contact GCOE Mechanical Department for more details.
Sunlight spreads sign of relief:
The whole of region is back to its normal pace life with sun shining after three consecutive days of snowfall, raining and cold weather. Today the weather is far clear and chilling has reduced. The consecutive raining and snowfall eased region's daytime temperature to 22 degree centigrade while nighttime's temperature to 11 degrees centigrade.
The Foggy weather caused collision of two State ST buses in front on Varangaon Road injuring 32.
The Federation of Associations of Maharashtra (FAM) has urged all its fellow association members not to register with Central Excise Department for Service Tax levied on Transportation hired by them. The Association is soon filling an Appeal in High Court challenging this implementation.
Helmet compulsion begins in Jalgaon:
Beginning today, all two-wheeler riders in District will have to wear Helmet while driving their vehicles. There are around 2.25 lacs two-wheeler vehicles in Jalgaon District as on 31st December 2004.
continues for third consecutive day:
The whole of Khandesh region continue to witness raining since last three days. The raining on Monday further reduced daytime temperature giving a feel of hill station styled weather. The region is now witnessing foggy weather since Monday night continued until now.
The Jalgaon city noted rainfall of 8mm and humidity of 90% on 30th January. Many other Taluka in Jalgaon District also witnessed raining of around 8mm to 11mm. The all of sudden raining damped cotton at many centres procured by CCI and is worrying farmers standing in Queue for selling their crop. The MSEB following presence of National Level Leaders felt less courageous to follow its routine power cuts.
Villages receives Awards for Gadgebaba Village Cleanliness Drive:
Jalgaon District's Chalisgaon, Yaval, Bhadgaon, and Jamner Taluka's three villages each are receiving State promoted Saint Gadgebaba Cleanliness Drive award for providing best of hygiene and cleanliness to village peoples.
Chalisgaon Taluka Villages: First - Bhavali, Second - Patonda, and Third - Takli
Yaval Taluka: First - Padalse, Second - Nhavi, and Third - Dahigaon
Bhadgaon Taluka - Bornar, Second - Bambrud Bk, and Third - Batsar & Bhatgaon
Jamner Taluka - First - Madni, Second - Gadegaon, Third - Hiverkhede
The First Prize comprises of 25,000 cash and Certificate, Second has 15,000 cash and Certificate while Third has 10,000 cash and Certificate.
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