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Welcome 2007: Goodbye 2006:
The Year 2006 is sun setting today with its cherished memories of wonderful monsoon and prosperity all around. The region witnessed record-breaking Monsoon raining in entire District while also had pouring that severely affected agricultural produces and standing crop. The District including Khandesh region has received hefty funds from State under Khandesh Package funds for completion of various Irrigation and delayed projects. The Waghur dam work in full pace led a piece of comfort to Jalgaonities over long-discussed drinking-Water issue. The Electricity front remained worsen with disastrous state of electricity. The entire region earlier having just 2/3 hours daily power cuts under load shedding programme now has over 6 hours load shedding daily in urban areas and daily 12/16 hours cuts in rural areas. The situation worsens further with no concrete plans to resolve this issue. The year 2006 came up with Bird Flu and Chicken Gunya kind of dangerous viral diseases in district.
Jalgaon's city much talked Octroi issue finally got a green signal with private party beginning its Tax Collection. The Octroi tax issue led to strong protest from Trade Community that included protest strikes, marches to State Assembly, legal battle in High Court bench Aurangabad. District apex Co-operative Bank JDCC Bank ruled by Co-operative Department administration remained much discussed entity in Co-operative sector. The Bank sent notices and possessed many large-scale co-operative establishments including Sugar factories and Corporation.
Amongst other major equations and news that influence Jalgaon was delimitation commission of India notification announcing changes in geographical boundaries of Assembly and Parliamentary seats. This new mixed combination of multiple Taluka in a single assembly seat has forced political community to form new equations of leadership and show their groundwork.
On Sports front District Boys and Girls made exceptional performances with many of District's players winning awards and recognitions in National and State Level Competition. District's pride North Maharashtra University hosted Ashwamedh 2006 - Mega Inter-University State Level Sporting event having participation of thousands of players.
State Level Cricket Competition: Jalgaon Vs Nanded match
enters interesting situation:
The MCA sponsored District Cricket Association organised Under-15 State Level cricket competition had Nanded Vs Jalgaon match in interest state. The Jalgaon Team scored 216 runs in 65.4 over in first inning wherein Nanded scored 130/5 on end of day's play. Jalgaon's Vishal Pawar scored 61 and Nikhil Patil scored 47 runs.
ZP Elections: State EC to study Candidates withdrawing
The State Election Commission has announced conducting a special check of candidates withdrawing their nominations in upcoming ZP Elections in various districts in State including Jalgaon. The recent Order from State EC has also clarified Ruling parties doubt relating to Election Code of Conduct during controlling viral diseases spread.
Cycle, Marathon competition in Jalgaon:
District Office and Nutan Maratha College organises 'Goverment Intraschool District Level Cycle and Marathon competition. The competition was conducted in two groups both for boys and girls and 300 players were participated in competition. It was started from 'Shirsoli Chowk'.
Result of competition is as:
will get Extra Electricity from 'Narmada Dam':
Currently height of the Narmada dam is 114 metre and by increasing this height to 121.92 metre the water level will also increase to 118 metre and more electricity will be generated. The generated electricity is beneficial to Maharashtra and Madhya Pradesh.
District's organic Cotton First time in Europe:
In Jalgaon District's 200 farmer's 1,062 quintals of organic cotton will export first time in Germany and Europe country. Jaipur's 'Morarka Foundation' (Jalgaon) and 'Samrudhi Farming Ltd.' both this organization purchased the organic cotton and the 'Geneing' and 'Pressing' processing is done by using organic methods at Dhule.
On the demand from Europe countries organic cotton will be export and it will also used for making the cloth.
Rules for MBA and MMS
The Directorate of Technical Board declared rules for the admission process for the course MBA, MMS for the next year. In this year their will be four rounds of centralise admission process and for the students complaints colleges option will be increase in next round.
Debate competition At Dhule:
The Dhule's "Vidya Vardhini" college organises the state level Intra College Debate Competition on 30th Dec. The subject for the competition is
'Is political policy is responsible for increasing the terrorism?'
Electricity can be generated by Scooter: Satish Patil
They developed a new technology-'charge the inverter by using a scooter'. This technique they are used for domestic electricity. To use this technique we need only battery, inverter, belt, and wheel. By using this we generate a electricity and on that generated electricity we use 4 tubes,2 zero bulb and one fan.
In this competition 'Janta Lalit Kala Academy' presented a 'Samarpit' drama to focus on Ramabai's thoughts of social enlightment. The producer of that drama is 'Khandesh Natya Pratishthan'. Today 'Disha Bahuuddeshiya sanstha represents the drama named 'Topi Khali Dadlay Kay?'
Lohar participated in International conference:
At Madurai 'Lady Dok' college's Zoology department organises the international conference. For this, Dr.P.S.Lohar presented a search seminar.
company eager to start Aircraft service in Jalgaon:
'Air-Deccan' company gives the proposal for starting an aircraft service in Jalgaon city to reach the main cities. For this service an airport will be ready at end of august month. The company has surety that Jalgaon is one of the important commercial city in Maharashtra and from this we get good response of passengers.
Private Medical Colleges declared their fee structure:
The private Medical and Dental Colleges in Maharashtra declared their fee structure for the year of 2006-07.The Tuition fee and development fee is also added in this fee structure. The Fee structure for the various colleges is as per following:
Nagpur- N.K.P.Salve Medical College Rs-4, 41,440
Loni (Ahmednagar) - Pravara Dental College Rs-79,000
Aurangabad- M.G.Mission Medical College Rs-3, 07,170
Latur- M.I.T. Medical College Rs-1, 83,650
Aurangabad- Chhatrapati Shahu Medical College Rs-1, 10,300
'Rangoli Exhibition' in Bhusawal city:
In Madhya-Pradesh Bhilai-Durg the 'Virendra Mehra' is an expert in Rangoli Artist. Bhusawal city arranged their exhibition at 'Lahoti Hall' in front of Gayatri Shaktipitha from 28th Dec. It will be open to all from 8a.m. to 8 p.m.
Project comes to an end in January:
The "vaghur" projects work is in good rate and it will be completed in January with the testing of water.
Art of Living establishes 'Yuvratri' for Youth:
The Art of Living establishes a "World Alliances for Youth Empowerment" (WAYE-Yuvratri) for new generation youth. In future WAYE will work for social problems such as poverty, Environment, corruption etc.
won the Shooting Ball Competition:
Faizpur (Yawal) organizes the 'District Level Shooting Ball' competition. In this competition 16 teams were participated among them Jamner's M. Aazad Club won the competition by beating the M.I.Club of Bhusawal by 5-16,10-16.The 'Best Shooter' prizes goes to the Yunus Shaikh and Alim Shaikh.
National Level Chess Competition:
Pratik Patil won 3 Marks
In the National Level Chess Competition, Jain Sports Academy's Pratik Patil won the 3 marks upto the 5 rounds. Upto he won the 2 matches, equals in 2 and loose 1 match. The competition is organized by Hariyana All India Chess Federation and Hariyana Chess Organisation.
Central Goverment aid for development of Mehrun Lake:
In the meeting of standing committee on Wednesday the decision was taken that from the Central Goverments aid 70% aid will be for the development of Mehrun Lake. For this Mumbai's 'Reliable Enterprises' will make the proposal and the contractor will be invited for further discussion regarding this.
No. 1 in Mat Production: Top in Export
Jalgaon district is very known to all for bananas, Gold and Dal business and now it add its name in "Mat Production". The Mat production was started in Jalgaon from year 1990 but the actual growth for this business from 1995.
In Jalgaon MIDC area there are main 60 units and 100 factories for the mat production.
The skilled workers and entrepreneurs are work in 'Team Work' and they establish a 'Quality Skill Work' in the region. Because of this only Jalgaon's Mat have very 'demand' in foreign country. Jalgaon is at top rank for exports in mat throughout the world.
establishes B.Ed branch in New Year:
In year 2007 the NMU set ups the new B.ed. Branch and Master in Physical Education (M.P.Ed) branch and it will be gift for the students on the occasion of New Year said the NMU chancellor Dr.K.B.Patil.
Truck Accident: 4 wokers were die
On the Jamner-Bhusawal road on Wednesday morning the truck was overturned. In this accident 4 workers of Amoda (Yawal) were die and 16 workers are very serious.
One Act Play Competition: 'The Fear Factor' won the first prize
'Sambhodhi Academy' organizes 3rd state level one-act play competition.
In this competition Aurangabad's Dr. Ambedkar dramatics section won the first prize for "The Fear Factor" one act play. The second prize won the Ambejogai's
Ramkrishna Kalamanch and third prize to Sharada College of Parabhani.
Warne completed one more Milestone: 704 wickets in Tests
Australian Leg spinner bowler Shane Warne took a wicket of Andrew Straus and became a first bowler however in cricket world to reach up to 700 wickets.
District Corporation Election: 6 Mayors from 'Leader' Party
For the 12 corporations Mayors and vice- mayors selection in Jalgaon district the election was conducted on Tuesday. Among these 12 corporations leader Party won the 6 seats so that 6 Mayors from that party and in remaining 6 corporations Shivsena won 2, Congress won 2, and independent party won the 2.
Corporation wise New Mayor and vice-mayor
|Bhusawal||Madhuri Falak||Shaikh Shafi|
|Pachora||Vishnu Sonar||Congress||Nanda Marathe||Shivsena|
|Parola||Govinda Shirole||Shivsena||Kalpanabai Patil||Shivsena|
|Chalisgaon||Madhukar Chaudhari||Lead Party||Rajiv Deshmukh||Lead Party|
|Chopada||Tarabai Patil||Lead Party||Shantilal Bothra||Lead Party|
|Savda||Hemangi Chaudhari||Lead Party||Ravindra Bendale||Lead Party|
|Dharangaon||Usha Wagh||Shivsena||Ganesh Bayas||Shivsena|
|Erandol||Ravindra Mahajan||Independent||Prakash Sali||BJP|
|Amalner||Vinod Patil||Congress||Lalchand Sainani||BJP|
|Faizpur||Milind Waghulade||Independent||Shakil Khan||Independent|
|Raver||Harish Ganwani||Independent||Shankar Raut||Independent|
|Yawal||Vandana Bari||Independent||Mustafa Khan||Independent|
Level devotional song competition:
'Prashant Damale Fan Foundation' and 'Lokmat' conducted a state leve devotional song competition. In this competition Ratnagiri's Prathamesh Laghate and Parbhani's Neha Bhabale won the first prize. All over Maharashtra 1800 students were participated in the competition. The prize distribution to the winners by our chief Minister.
Willpower and Parents support made me successful: Sheetal Mahajan
Pune's top player Sheetal Mahajan said that, only will power and parents support helped me lot of to reach at South Pole even though there temperature was -37 deg. She was reached at South Pole by Accelerate Free Fall (Parachute Jump).
She proved Indians Female Performance throughout the world by reaching at South Pole with the Accelerate Free Fall.
District Athletics Organization and Thane Marathon Trust conducted MahaMarathon Competition. In this B.U.N.Raysoni school student achieve the great success.
Festival is at Climax:
Christmas festival was celebrated enthusiastically. On this festival all the churches in city are decorated and various schools conduct the programs.In the evening students were took off the rally and Santa Clause gave them chocolates, toys etc. In Saint Thomas, Saint Alliances church collectively pray was took off.
Vice-mayors selection today:
Jalgaon districts 12 corporations Mayor and vice-mayor selection is today in its own corporation meeting at 1 pm. Bhusawal Mayor will not be declared because of the court decision.
After declaration of Mayors their will not be any special meeting for the selection of vice-mayors. It will be declare by the Mayors in the very first meeting.
Order for 300 tanks:
For the remaining test of 'Arjun' tank India gave the order for 300 tanks of 'T-90'type. This T-90 tanks were designed in Russia and for that 300 Tanks India will have to pay Rs. 3,900 crores.
State Level Drama Competition:
The state drama competition was in 'BalGandharv Open Hall' .On 25th Dec. Nutan Maratha College presented a drama on politics subject 'Maina Bole Raghul Dole Hole Hole' Today M.J.College will present a drama 'Aahe madan Tarihi'.
Rumour of reduce the Gold rate:
In Jalgaon the rumour was spread that the gold rate was reduced upto 1000 Rs/10gm.Because of this rumour all people made a crowd in jewellery market.
"Divya Samaj Nirman" course starts on 5 Jan:
The local branch of 'Art of Living' starts "Divya Samaj Nirman" (DSN) course from 5th January. Those who completed part I of this course can also take part in a course. The course will be conducted in "Bhartiya Jain Organisation's Hall from 5 to 7 Jan starts from morning 6 am to 10pm.
State Level Cricket Competition:
Cadence Cricket Academy beat the Jalgaon team in a state level cricket competition under 15.From cadence team Chirag Khurana took 11 wickets in a match and won the Man of the Match Award.
History makes India glorious:
On the Inauguration ceremony of "Khandesh History and Politics Conference" Dr.Deglurkar said that Khandesh history is ideal, holy and inspirational to us and we have to shine it so that It will become glorious for our country. They also gave the guideline for the History subject and Importance of the study.
Out of 12 Corporation 10 Candidates were determined: Today Election
Jalgaon districts 12 Corporation election is to be conducted today for the selection of the mayors and vice-mayors. Out of 12 corporations 10 corporations mayor candidates are determined. But for the safe purpose they yet not declared their names, party.
fixed as 'Indian of the Year':
Poll for the 'Indian of the Year' was conducted recently in the Metropolitan cities of India. In this competition Amitabha Bacchan proved his popularity again and with highest 15% he won the Indian of the Year award.
Below this cricket star Sachin Tendulkar and Congress President Sonia Gandhi at the second position with 5%.At third position Businessman Lakshmi Mittal, Actor Abhishek Bacchan, and Actress Aaishwarya Rai with 4 %.
is at top in "Special Economic Zone":
Maharashtra takes lead position in opening the 'Special Economic Zone'. According to Central government survey Maharashtra opens 72 zones out of 237 till Oct 2006.
Technology use for ordinary people: A.P.J. Kalam
On the Inauguration of PAN IIT Dr.Kalam said that, for the development of country we have to fulfil the basic needs of the ordinary people. For this IITians
Use their Knowledge and Technology for giving the basic needs like water, electricity in cheapest rate for the people. They also added that establish a "World Knowledge Platform" throughout the world for exchanging the Knowledge and Technology. This Platform can be used for exchanging the energy, hardware and software products, automobiles etc to the other country.
party is more influential than Political Parties: Mayor Election on Tuesday
Mayor and Vice-Mayor Election is on Tuesday for the twelve corporations of the Bhusawal, Raver, and Chalisgaon. In this election independent parties are more influential on the other political parties and they have surety that out of 12 mayors 7 will of their parties.
M.J.College's Success in "Avishkar 2006":
M.J. College students achieved the great success in North Maharashtra University level "Avishkar 2006" Competition on the Research Paper Presentation.
of "Gavachya AakaBhovati" Poetry Collection:
The "Gavachya AakaBhovati" poetry anthology shows the how is the life of villagers farmers, their culture and how they struggle in their life said the Padmashri N.D. Mahanor at the time of publication.
Mathematics Convention epilogue:
The 28th Mathematics convertion was ends enthusiastically. It gives the direction for teachers, how to teach mathematics easily with the different ways for solving the problem and it also creates an interest in student.
Success of 'Jain Sports Academy' Players:
'Jain Sports Academy' players shows the tremendous performance in North Maharashtra Sketting Competition which was held at Nashik and achieved the great success in this competition. The competition was on Kilbil School's Sketting road. The competition was conducted in Sketting type- Artistic Free style.
Level Cricket competition starts today:
Maharashtra Cricket Association hosting the state level Cricket competition for the Under 15 and it starts on 23rd December. The competition is on the 'Police Parade Ground' and Jalgaon team will play its first match against Cadence Academy Pune today itself.
of 139 suicided farmers only 59 farmers family get help:
In Khandesh region throughout 3 districts 139 farmers were suicided in last year among those only 59 farmers family are eligible to get help.
In jalgaon district 82 farmers were suicided upto 20 December and only 39 farmers will get help. Also in Dhule and Nandurbar district 39 and 14 farmers suicided out of those only 13 and 8 farmers get help respectively.
will achieve its target:
"Jalshri" was already succeed in International Workshop of the worlds scientist for the Water Preservation. It is proud that it will give the water to everyone and it will surely achieve its target about the water research.
boy's success in State Level Karate competition:
The District Police Boys achieved a great success in State Level Karate Competition by winning 11 Gold,10 Silver, 1 bronze medals. Throughout the Maharashtra 500 competitors were participated in competition.
Workshop in Ojaswini:
Today at 12.00 PM Ojaswini arranged the workshop on how to improve the intelligence, mind control and health.
"Krushi Bharati 2007" Exhibition in Jalgaon in January:
The community of Bharat krushak hosting the exhibition "Krushi Bharati 2007" on 5 to 8 January in Jalgaon. It will be hosted on G.S. ground To know the information about this they started new facility of SMS on mobile. Those who want to know information they just type BKS and send this on 9373318144.
On the demand of all Jalgaon district farmers it will be for 4 days and free to all farmers in Maharashtra
in Dhule for Lawyers:
The in auguration of this competition is held on 22nd December at evening on the Agrasen Lawn. From the all over Maharashtra 700 Lawyers and 500 Lawyers are participated within Dhule District. All the matches are held on the Chavara high-school, SSVPS College, SSP etc ground. The competition is upto 26th December.
Elections in February:
In Maharashtra there will be elections of 27 Z.P. and 310 Panchayat samitee's which under them. The elections are conducted in two steps-
The first 12 Z.P elections are on the 11 Feb and remaining 17 Z.P. on the 14 Feb.In this election they use Electronic Voting Machine and result of both will be declared on the 16th Feb.
Largest 'Dal Project' in Jalgaon:
Jalgaon is already famous for the 'Dal Udyog' in all over world. Now the 'Kogta Udyog' decided to world's Largest 'Dal Project' in Jalgaon and Inauguration will be in coming March. In Jalgaon MIDC area this project will build in 2 acres and total cost of project is 9 Crore Rs approximately.
is Vital in Life:
Mathematics is vital subject in our life so the teachers has to teach it with very interestingly and it gives the challenges in life said the NMU chancellor Dr. K.B. Patil.
M.J. College students Success:
In Rajkot the National Level Competition was held on 1 Dec to 3 Dec in
the shri. M.V. and N.V. Colleges for the 'Aatmiya Sytake 2006. In this competition Nilesh Gangurde has won the second prize for the search paper presentation and Chandrashekhar Patil and Umesh Patil both won the prizes for the demo presentations.
Sanskar School 'Krida Day' celebrated:
In Sanskar Nursery the Krida Day was celebrated on this occasion they took various competitions like Basketball, running, etc
Village Panchayat Elections: 18 Lakh Voters:
The Jalgaon District Council (ZP) and Village Panchayat elections are about to announce and hence District Administration is gearing up its preparations. Jalgaon District has 68 ZP groups and 136 blocks and 30th November 2006 has been treated as cut-off date for electoral roll. The final roll would be printed by 06th January 2007.
Chopda Taluka has 140,588, Yaval - 129,541, Raver - 148,560, MuktaiNagar - 91,769, Bodwad - 54,894, Bhusawal - 105,111, Jalgaon - 127,792, Dharangaon - 84,772, Amalner - 155,281, Parola - 104,334, Erandol - 78,813, Jamner - 180,963, Pachora - 137,708, Bhadgaon - 101,037 and Chalisgaon has 203,218 voters.
Municipal Council Election: 12 Forum members get Court Notice:
Bhusawal Municipal Council's 12 newly elected Shahar Bachao Aghadi members have been issued with Court Notice alleging malpractices in election process that lead to victory. The Opposition NCP has filed this application and has further urged Court to declare its candidates as winners for the same. The Court has sent summons to Election Authorities and would further hear this case today.
The District and Session Court Judge would further hear this case having high political importance for Bhusawal political accountability. Meanwhile the first request filling Bhusawal Shahar Bachao Aghadi has received its State EC approval letter as registered Political party for Local elections.
Conference today at Bhusawal:
The Maha-Bodhi Vihar Freedom Struggle Group conducted Buddha Conference is beginning today at Bhusawal's D. S. High school ground. Bihar's Governor would inaugurate this conference having top leaders from Buddha community. The conference would discuss and explore various recent developments.
Mathematics Teacher Confederation State-level convention tomorrow at Jamner:
The State Mathematics Teacher Confederation is conducting its 28th State Convention at Jamner from 21st December. The three-day convention is joint effort of District Mathematics Teacher Mandal and District Secondary and Higher Secondary Association along with School Head Association. NMU VC would chair the event with many other dignitaries arriving in the event.
This Convention would also have various lectures and expert guidance of renowned Mathematics Teachers from across State with every school's just two student allowed to participate. Event also has Mathematical Models presented during the convention.
Khandesh History Council
Convention at Pachora:
The Khandesh History Council is conducting its 13th State level two days convention beginning 24th December at Pachora. The inauguration ceremony would have presence of NMU VC, Deccan College Pune VC along with many other History experts. The two-session Convention is likely to explore Khandesh history with many invited authors and renowned History-experts arriving on the eve.
first Villager's Day at Erandol:
The State Government's newly announced Villager's Day concept is beginning from 03rd January 2007 at Erandol. The Authorities are conducting Village Panchayat Head and Office bearer Training workshop on this aspect. Gram Sevak and Talathi remaining Secretary to the event would lead the Villager's Day. The State Authorities have further ordered appointment of "Village Parent Authority" with Divisional Agricultural Authority and upper level authorities as member to committee. The respective Tahsil would have special Control Units for such Villager's Day issues with Tahsildar remaining controller to activities.
District's 5 Taluka to
get Residential Boarding Schools:
The State Government Social Justice Department is setting up Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Social Justice Bhavan at every District level in State. The Department has further proposed five Taluka places Government Residential schools for scheduled caste and tribe students. Jalgaon District's Bhusawal, Pachora, Raver, Chalisgaon and Chopda are likely five places for this activity. The Department is further searching 4 acres per Taluka space for setting up such school.
District Police Boys conducted Football competition:
The Jalgaon District Police Boys conducted Seven a side football competition had Civil Electronics team winning final match defeating Bhusawal's eagle sports club. In all 26 teams participated in the competition. The final match had tougher competition with both teams scoring two goals each. The Referee availed one Penalty Stroke to each team to arrive at a conclusion. Both teams remained tie in this stroke. This led authorities to toss to decide winner. The toss favored Civil Electronics team.
Package fund restarts Irrigation Projects:
The State Government has finally availed a hefty sum of Rs. 385 Crores for Khandesh region's prolonged Irrigation projects under its earlier announced Khandesh Package. The fund received is considered as one of effective yield of recent tie-ups of Khandesh MLA and senior leaders.
The Tapi Irrigation Development Authority has received this fund and has restarted Kamanitanda (Taluka: Jamner), Sarangkheda and Sulwade Barrage works. The 385 Crores fund includes 77 Crores for Jalgaon, 137 Crores for Dhule and 163 Crores for Nandurbar districts and the Authorities received this fund in April 2006. However, due to Monsoon season works could not pick up pace and have now started in November 2006. The Kamanitanda Project would be to be finished by June 2007 with a budget of 16 Crores. Amongst other project taken on swing are Shelgaon barrage project with 17 Crores, Anjani with 1.75 Crores, Mor with 6 Crores, and Mangrul with 1.5 Crores. The 32 Crores grant for such medium sized project would finish off these projects by June 2007 raising a new ray of hope for Jalgaonities.
Administration suspends six blocks sand auction:
The Jalgaon District Administration has conducted auction of two blocks for sand collection while left six blocks. The Raver block sand was auctioned at 4.70 Lakhs (Reserved Price: 4.65 Lakhs) while Bhusawal sand was auctioned at 5.75 Lakhs (Reserved Price: Rs. 3.75 Lakhs).
Community's National Meet on 24-25 December in Jalgaon:
The Neve Community Multi-Purpose Mandal is conducting two days National meet beginning 24th December. The meet would have youth introduction, community directory publishing, lectures on community issues, resolutions and other cultural activities with expected participation of around 1,500 community members.
Mega Marathon competition: Daniel Pawar and Swapnali Sonawane wins first prize:
The District Athletics Association and Maharashtra Olympics Association jointly conducted Mega Marathon competition had Daniel Pawar winning in men's category while Swapnali Sonawane winning in women in open category. Daniel finished off his race in 1.42.50 hours followed Anil Shaikh finishing in 1.46.12 and Sambhaji Patil winning third place. Swapnali completed her round in 56 minutes followed by Shweta Sonawane in 57.3 and Surekha Sadagi in 59 minutes. The competition also had Under 12, Under 15 and Under 18 Boys and Girls marathon.
Suryawanshi wrote "Vastava" inauguration tomorrow:
Bhusawal's aspirant poet and author Sanjay Suryawanshi is publishing his pictorial formed Poems Collection on 19th December.
Winter frostiness at its best:
The winter season has finally arrived in District in full pace. Entire Jalgaon District is witnessing chilling and icy winds since last week. As a result heating clothes like Thermo coat, sweaters have now become common wearing accessories especially during early morning and night timings.
Chalisgaon Taluka sugarcane awaits buyers:
The Girana dam most benefited Chalisgaon and Bhadgaon Taluka have shown remarkable sugarcane production this year taking full advantage of Girana dam touching 100% mark. These farmers are now waiting for buyers to avail them good pricing for this crop. Both Taluka do not have any running sugar factory and therefore farmers here have to wait for other-state or nearby sugar factories to procure their sugarcane. Attempts to rejuvenate Belganga this year have also failed. District's nearby region Sugar factories already getting fabulous cane inputs from their Taluka and/ or surrounding areas have not moved out to buy more.
The Bhadgaon Taluka had 938 hectares area under sugarcane cultivation this season with estimated sugarcane produces of 3 to 4 Lakh tones. There is a strong need of Co-operative sector and/ or administration to interfere and avail best solution to these farmers.
rated third throughout State in Talent search Exam:
The Maharashtra State Examination Council Pune and National Educational Research and Training Council New Delhi conducted National Talent Search Competition has Jalgaon District's as third top successful in District wherein State as top performer. Jalgaon's 6 students have received scholarship for academic year 2005-06 and student participation is increasing with every year.
District Administration approves Independent Forums:
The Jalgaon District Administration has approved newly formed Development forums and groups as per recent Amendment notification from State Government dated 13 December. Registration of these independent groups "Aghadi" has now imposed Disqualification Act on all newly elected candidates. Jalgaon District's recent Municipal Council election results had six such independent groups gaining majority.
The Supreme Court decision leading to disqualification of such group elected with earlier registration could have led to disqualification of the entire group. The State Government later changed its Constitution and announced newer notification escaping such groups out of troubles.
The newly registered Independent groups are Shahar Bachao Aghadi at Bhusawal, Amalner, Pachora, Shahar Vikas Aghadi at Chopda, Parola and Dharangaon. This registration has now cleared all hurdles for election of president and group leaders.
Research Presentation competition ends:
The North Maharashtra University Jalgaon conducted Research and Development promoting Avikshar 2006 has ended yesterday amidst enthusiastic schoolchildren participation to see exhibition of research projects. The competition had "Ecology Conservation" research projects and models demonstrated.
Cottonomics 2006: CCI to start
eight more Centres:
The State Government's recent decision to avail Rs. 1,500 per hectare special aid to cotton farmers is likely to increase rush at CCI Centre. The CCI is in plans to start eight more Centres to control this likely traffic. There are in all 18 CCI Centres functional as of now with mere 2500-quintal cotton procured in Nashik division. The Private buyers have taken up around 20 Lakh quintal cotton until now.
Children: Need help -
The Central Government has initiated a unique Children Help line service aimed at helping children on various issues. The 1098 Telephone Numbered Service is widely available throughout the Nation and is now active in Jalgaon District. The District Women and Children Development Office is caretaker authority for Jalgaon District.
Jalgaon District Collector River
Link project gets invitation in Jaipur Council:
The Jaipur District Administration has invited Jalgaon District Collector's ambitious River Linking project in its Water Conversation and Harvesting Council beginning from 18th December. He would practically demonstrate Project's plan and benefits thereof in this council.
Drama Competition begins today:
The State Cultural Directorate conducted State Level Drama Competition is beginning today at Bal Gandharva Open Theatre with 13 teams participating in this event. This includes Jalgaon's 7, Bhusawal's two, Chalisgaon, Dhule's 2 and Jamner based institute teams. 50% of total earning of daily ticket sales would be equally distributed to participating teams.
Divisional School-level Taekwondo Competition: 21 Gold, 8 Silver, 2 Bronze medals:
The Jalgaon District Team has outshined all other participating teams in Divisional School level Taekwondo competition played at Pimpalner (Dhule). District players won 21 Gold, 8 silver and 2 bronze medals. Competition had participation of over 300 players from Jalgaon, Dhule, Nandurbar, Nashik and Malegaon.
to get Rs. 3.33 Crores for Buildings:
The State Government has availed special Grant of Rs. 3 Crores 33 Lakhs 45,000 rupees for various building development works. The University has received this Order and would shortly receive funds.
The proposed works include Post-Graduate Education Teaching Department, Teacher Building, Boys Hostel# 3, Sociology Department, Law Department totaling to five buildings.
Youth festival on 21 December:
The State Sports and Youth Affairs Directorate are conducting District level Youth festival on 21 December at Nutan Maratha College Hall for 15 to 35 age group youth. The festivity winners would qualify for State-level event participation. The event has Cultural Dances, Singing, Debating, Classical Indian Singing etc. Last date of participating is 20 December. Please contact District Sports Authority office for further details and participation on 0257-2226364.
The Directorate is also conducting a District level Marathon and Cycling Competition on 29 December in 21kms Open Category, 10kms Boys above 20 ears, 5kms seniors above 45 years, 5kms girls above 15 years and 5kms women open category for Marathon competition. The cycling competition has 30KMS Men's Open Category and 20Kms Ladies Open category. Please refer District Sports Authority for further information.
Nandurbar to be surveyed for Oil and Natural Gases:
The Central Government Petroleum and Natural Gases Ministry wide its Order has given its permission to survey Dhule and Nandurbar districts for possible Oil and Natural gases explorations. The survey work would begin in January Second week with State Industrial and Energy Works Department has also permitted this research work to an International Organisation. The process begins with soil survey of 3,155 square meters area combining Dhule and Nandurbar districts. The process continues with sampling of stones and natural minerals.
Both Dhule and Nandurbar districts are in upbeat with Four-lane Express Highway work at Dhule expected to boost and catalyse Industrial base of the District. Jalgaon District is yet to overcome its leadership differences and Jalgaonities expecting a new dawn of development is still a dream-run.
Council President Election on 26 December:
The State Government directive to conduct Council President Election meeting on working days has led to 26 December as final date for Council President and Vice-President Election. Existing Council president tenure is ending on 23 December, which is followed by 24 as Sunday and 25 as Christmas Holiday virtually leading to 26 as final date for meeting.
Mehrun Bor (Sisyphus) arrives in market:
The winter season has came up with fascinating fruits arrival. Khandesh region's famous Mehrun Bor is now widely available in market. The Mehrun bor has unique sweet taste that tempts everyone. Available at Rs. 10-12 per kg Mehrun bor are largely planted in City's outskirt Mehrun region and nearby villages.
Council meeting ends in peaceful atmosphere:
The Dharangaon Municipal Council body's meeting conducted yesterday went peacefully amidst tight security arrangements from District Police. The meeting had just nine Councilors of Congress I and NCP while opposition Shivsena members remained absent. The Meeting approved all topics in an hour and ended with calm.
77 farmer suicides in a year:
Financial burden and low productivity has led to suicide of 77 farmers in Jalgaon in last one year as on 10 December 2006. The District Administration has received such 77 families' requests for offering compensation for running life of those dependents on farmers. The Authorities have paid Rs. 1 Lakh each to 38 families and rejected 22 Applications found non-eligible for this compensation. The report further conveys 24 deaths in year 2004-05. This year beginning remained worst with most of deaths reported in April to September period.
The District Administration has formed a committee to monitor and assist families of farmers doing suicide as per State Government directives.
standing committee meeting review:
The Jalgaon Corporation standing committee meeting conducted yesterday dropped Water recycling and management extended funds request and finalise discussing use of Saint Gadge Baba cleanliness drive Award money utilization in next meeting. It discussed other five topics in broader aspect and approved all those topics.
The committee approved D.S.P. Chowk to Pitrusmriti Building Road, Shirsoli Naka Road paving and concreting work, chain-linked fencing in Garden at Vyankatesh Colony estimated at 3.96 Lakhs. The waste management remained most discussed issue as Corporation is expediting 62.83 Lakhs per month on waste management and is further expecting 74.86 Lakhs expenditure in smooth maintenance of system. It has proposed levying Rs. 5 to slum, 15 to houses, 40 from shopkeepers for this waste management.
Malegaon's Citra Club wins Twenty-20 Trophy:
The Citra Club Malegaon team has won Twenty-20 Cricket Competition organized by Maniyar Community by defeating Lathi's Club in Final match by 35 runs. Team's Sadik Ansari won Man of the Match Award while Lathi Club's Kailash Pande won Man of the Series Award. Citra Club's Irfan Ansari won Golden Bat for outstanding performance by bat.
Cane Cricket Club Jalna player Manoj Dad won Best Batsman, Lathi Club's Taslim Pathan won Best Wicket-Keeper and Jain Sports Academy Player Chandan Ranve won Best Fielder Awards.
Maharashtra Candidates selection on Monday:
The State Tennis Ball Cricket competition Maharashtra team has reserved five candidates place in this team. The Authorities are selecting these five candidates on Monday at Bhusawal. The selected Team would participate in upcoming 17th National Federation Trophy Tennis ball Competition. Please contact 9422282114, 982311117 for more details in this regard.
Eight Blocks Sand
Auction on 18th December:
The District Administration is conducting auction of eight blocks sand stocks on 18th December. The Authorities could not include these rivers in earlier auctions following rainwater still flowing in disabling to withdraw send from it. This include Dharangaon - 26.50 Lakhs, MuktaiNagar - 4.90 Lakhs, MuktaiNagar Block#2 - 3.70 Lakhs, Raver - 4.65 Lakhs and Pachora - 5.40 Lakhs. The Auction is at District Collectorate office and would begin on 10AM.
top's globe on Banana production:
India enjoys a whopping 25% share of Banana production in entire World and the Jalgaon district has 2% share in overall banana market. The Jalgaon District has banana plantation on 45,000 hectares area and produces 2.7 millennium metric tones of banana thereby enjoying good share. The F. A. O. in its recent survey has published this information.
Municipal Council Special Meeting today:
The Dharangaon Municipal Council's earlier called Special General Meeting scheduled on 03rd October earlier has been called for today. The meeting earlier called was cancelled following Election Code of Conduct introduced. The Meeting would be chaired by Outgoing Council President and would have 45 topics on its agenda.
The agenda topics include discussion on Tender documents relating to various developmental works, approving Road Concreting, avail necessities to citizens in extended city areas and completing works from 12th Finance commission grants. The District Police has introduced tight security on this meeting to avoid Bhusawal Story recap and is continuously monitoring all developments in this regard.
2006 inauguration today:
The Research activities encouraging Paper Presentation Contest Avishkar 2006 is beginning today in Leva Boarding Hall. This NMU hosted event's Inaugural ceremony would have MKCL chief as Chief Guest along with NMU VC, University of Calgary Prof. Dr. K. Varadrajan as Chief Guests.
The Concluding ceremony is on Saturday, 16th December at 4PM with BCUD Director, NMU VC and other guests. The NMU called requests for Paper Presentation in 6 different categories and finally has 56 in presentation format, 28 in research model format, 45 in verbal/ oral presentation totaling to 129 with participation of 250 students.
The University has further urged all Schools and Colleges to take their students to this competition to encourage research activities further.
Inter-Divisional tennis competition: Erandol division wins:
The Erandol team has continued its winning success in North Maharashtra level Inter-Divisional boys Tennis competition. The team defeated Jalgaon, Nandurbar and Dhule teams with its Abhijeet Palve, Piyush Gupta and Amol Patil performing exceptional play.
Cricket competition: Lathi Club, Jain Sports enters into Semi-finals:
The Lathi Club and Jain Sports teams have entered into District Maniyar Community conducted Twenty-20 Cricket competition semi-finals. Malegaon's Citra Club and Jalna's Kane Academy have also entered into Semi-finals. Both Semi-finals and Final matches would be played today followed by Prize Distribution ceremony.
patient detected in Chunchale (Chopda):
A Private practicing Doctor has reported 55 years aged Dengue positive patient in Chunchale village of Chopda Taluka. The patient was found positive to Serology test conducted by Aurangabad's renowned hospital. Patient is under treatment and is feeling comfortable now. The village has mosquitoes and insects as main entry of such deadly diseases. The Authorities earlier reported another patient from Akulkheda in Chopda Taluka having found positive to Dengue viral fever.
Government employees Strike today:
The Labour Associations called today's nationwide Government employees strike has received wide support in Jalgaon with many of its allied associations supporting today's strike. The District State Government Employees Association, State Primary Teacher Committee, State Gramsevak Union, State Teacher's Council, Bank of India Employees Union, Engineering Association, ZP Confederation, District Co-operative Board, Malaria Removal Employees Association, Gazetted Officers Confederation and Other-than Teaching Employees Association have expressed their support to today's strike.
The wide support is expected to paralyse Government and State functionalities throughout the district with Banks also likely to suffer. The strike is being called mainly to protest Government's changing policies on increasing Dearness Allowance dues, demanding change of policies to control inflation, stop privatisation, remove Government-jobs recruitment imposition, announce Social Security and Government jobs to unorganised sectors, stop foreign investments, remove ban on strike Act and many such demands. The Indian Labour Council and its allied member organisations are not participating in today's strike.
Today's globalisation race and demand of increasing Transparency in Government administration has led to increasing pressure on Government employees having low or medium workloads earlier along with performance appraisal factors.
reschedules MBA Entrance and results of other competitive exams:
North Maharashtra University Jalgaon has rescheduled its earlier announced MBA entrance exam on 17th and 24th December. It has also changed dates of various exams following possible strike of teachers under its affiliated colleges. It has also announced Arts faculty M. A. results. Please refer NMU website for further details in this regards.
in Shoes manufacturing unit in Bhusawal: Losses worth 38 Lakhs estimated:
A private plastic Industry manufacturing shoes and allied footwear products caught fire yesterday in Co-operative Industrial estate at Bhusawal. The Fire brigade authorities took 5 hours time and 15 fire fighters to control this fire reported and found incurred due to electricity short circuit. The Primary reports estimates around 38 Lakhs losses due to this fire.
Lathi Club, Kane, Citra wins in Twenty-20 Cricket competition:
The Jalgaon District Maniyar Community conducted Twenty-20 cricket competition had Lathi Club Jalgaon and Citra Club Malegaon winning their respective group matches wherein Eklavya Academy got the Pass Point following non-arrival of Chalisgaon Cricket club in match.
Community group marriage evokes huge community response:
The Sindhi Community yesterday had a festive time with active participation of more than 10,000 community fellows from all around State for participation in Group marriage ceremony having 49 couples marrying. The event had presence of Community leader Saint Baba Gelaram Saheb and Saint Manoharlal Saheb.
Workshop on Water surveillance continues with active participation:
The Watershed Surveillance Research Institute conducted international Workshop continued on day two with active participation. The workshop had various paper presentations continued throughout the day on various streams.
conducted University-level Paper Presentation Contest:
The North Maharashtra University Jalgaon is conducting University-Level two-day Paper Presentation Contest "Avishkar" from 15th December. The Competition is at Leva Boarding Hall and is likely to have active student participation. Please refer NMU website for further details in this regards.
Examination on 21st February 2007:
The State Secondary and Higher Secondary Education Board have announced HSC examination from 21st February 2007 wherein SSC exam would be from 08th March 2007. The HSC Practical exam is from 06th February until 17th February and theory papers would be from 21st February until 16th March. SSC Practical exam is from 22nd February until 03rd March and Theory Papers from 08th March until 23rd March. Technical and Professional courses exam would be from 26th March until 02nd April.
Violence: 52 Lakhs losses reported:
The Government Report has assessed Rs. 52.36 Lakhs losses and damages in violence in Bhusawal on 04th December. The report further discloses 9 major places of damages and burning wherein a bungalow damaged and burnt had 26 Lakhs losses and a Hotel having damages worth Rs. 10.19 Lakhs and rest others in minor forms.
Open Football competition from 16th December:
The Police Boys Team is conducting Seven-a-side Open Football Trophy competition from 16th December. Last date of participating is 14th December with maximum 20 teams participating. The competition attracts Gold Medal to winning team and Silver to runner up team along with Best Goal-Keeper, Scorer and Player awards. Please contact 9960756914 for more details and participation.
Cultivation 2006: 83% cultivation:
Jalgaon District farmers have completed around 83% Rubby cultivation in-spite of delayed winter effect this year. The Agricultural Authorities are estimating considerable increase in Wheat and Corn produces this year. Every year around 120,000 hectares Rubby cultivation is done in Jalgaon District of which 100,558 hectares have been completed until now.
This has Jalgaon Taluka amongst Highest cultivation zone while Parola as lowest one. The Rubby Jwar has 44,700 hectares area of which 28,035 hectares have been cultivated as of today.
Business Confederation called Octroi Protest Strike evokes 100% response:
It was no stone pelting, no pressure closure; traders yesterday demonstrated activate responses to Federation of Maharashtra Associations called and District Business Confederation supported Octroi protest strike. Almost all shops and major trade markets remained closed right from morning. The Dana Bazaar, Golani Market, B. J. Market, M. G. Market and other major wholesale trader shops remained closed throughout the day.
Watershed surveillance workshop inaugurated:
The inaugural ceremony of International Workshop on Digital Governance and Hotspot Geo-informatics was inaugurated yesterday at M. J. College. The inaugural lectures expressed India's water issues as major chaos following improper management of water resources and further expressed need of streamlining all factors to get best of water supplies. The workshop continues in four sessions from morning 9AM until 5PM with presentations and discussions relating to various topics.
2006: CCI begins cotton buying at 16 Centres in region:
The CCI has begun its Cotton buying at 16 Centres in Nashik Division as per State Government directives. It has procured 9,563 quintals of cotton Crop until now amidst low turnout of farmers towards State buying.
The Centres fully functional include Nandurbar, Dhule, Yeola (Nashik), Yaval, Raver, Pachora, Bhadgaon, Chalisgaon, Parola, Chopda, Erandol, Jamner, Bodwad and MuktaiNagar. The CCI has further sent proposal for opening buying centres rest of Taluka places and would initiate Dharangaon, Shindkheda, Shirpur, Shendurni and other centres subjected to approval.
City's 13 places to have "Pay and Park Service":
The Corporation Planning Committee and District Police joint meeting conducted yesterday had announced initiating Pay and Park service on 13 major places in city for Two Wheelers and Four Wheelers. The places announced are Opposite Nehru Chowk, Near Padamalaya Rest House, Near Fire Brigade Office, Near Mutton Market, Head Post Office, Near Bhaskar Market in open Space, Housing Society, opposite session Court, East to B. J Market, East to Bal-Gandharva Theatre, West to S. T. Workshop and Opposite Central Fule Market. The committee is also planning to shift private buses stand from Old Jalgaon area to Traffic Garden in Shahu Nagar Housing Society area.
State Level Twenty-Twenty Competition begins in Jalgaon:
The District Maniyar Community conducted State Level Twenty-Twenty Cricket competition has began in Jalgaon. The first day matches had Jain Sports Academy, L. N. Gymkhana, Patel Group and Jalgaon City-Taluka Team winning their respective group matches.
Today's matches are Lathi Cricket Club Vs MuktaiNagar Club, Eagle Club (Malegaon) Vs Shivshakti Club, Shri Krishna Club (Dhule) Vs Shri Krishna Gymkhana, Eklavya Academy Vs Amalner Taluka Club
Debating Competition: Aurangabad wins, Parbhani runner up:
The Aurangabad team has won District V. V. Library Conducted State level Inter-College Debating competition while Parbhani team has won runner up prize. The Prize consisted of 2100 Rs. Cash and moving Trophy and had participation of 18 College students from across the State with "Control to Right to Information Act necessary?" as subject for debating.
"Water Discussion Forum
in every village is need of time" evokes Tapi Region Development Council:
Every farmer in region has to have scientific and technical understanding of water cycles and its measurement aspects to execute and get best returns out of it. "The Water discussion forum is one such forum wherein villagers and common person could discuss issues relating to water" quoted Central Water Commission Ex-Chief in Tapi Regional Development Council meet at Shahada.
The total Development factor is achieved by five factors viz. stable administration, administrative education, strong economics, ability to think and creatively execute and public participation. Any of these factors weakening result in non-performance of overall productivity and growth. Tapi Regional Development Council is one such platform that could take proactive lead in formulating such Water discussion forum at every village level to attain and strengthen overall development of the Nation.
Electricity Distribution Company's New Year Special: 16 hours Load Shedding in
The State Electricity Distribution Company awful story continues with its latest implementation of daily 16 hours load shedding in rural areas following State Government's decision to avail electricity for Agricultural Pumps for just 8 hours a day. Daily One-third Power cut factor has led farmers to disappointment and giving away hopes of good Rubby Crop of Banana and other crops. This Order has come into effect from 01st December.
The Company's billing dilemma continues with every customer getting more than double billing per month as compared to earlier two-month combined bill in-spite of the fact of daily 6 hours in urban and 12-16 hours in Rural areas load shedding.
Jalgaon City Development Plan: "Give us water, electricity and roads" demand Jalgaonities:
The Jalgaon City Municipal Corporation has taken up Jalgaon City Development Plan work with the help of private party in preparing Vision Document. The Print media has actively taken up this vision document discussions and expectations of common person. Ambitions are higher with Airport, multiplexes and malls being discussed as need of time.
Jalgaon city and the surrounding have three toughest issues dwelling since last two decades. These are Drinking Water supply, Good Roads and Electricity as most needed resources for overall development. What a common person badly need is a catalyzing ground for large volume businesses to get employment for everyone, speedy approval and decision making for necessities and most importantly a Non-Business minded psychology for overall growth of the city. Businesses and Industries are capable enough to get their requirements in run.
Let us all hope and expect cleaner, smoother and best administration and planning to take all our necessity hurdles away and concentrate on development.
Confederation announces Strike on Monday:
The Jalgaon District Business Confederation has announced its support to Federation of Associations of Maharashtra for a day Octroi Protest strike in Corporation areas on Monday, 11th December. All supportive Trade associations have announced their full support to this strike. State Traders are taking a protest march to State assembly in Nagpur demanding State Government to withdraw Octroi in any terms before 15th December.
As a result, Jalgaon city's entire business areas like Dana Bazaar, Polan Peth and markets are expected to remain closed tomorrow.
on Agriculture-based produces need of time" evokes Tapi Region Development
The Tapi Region Development council was inaugurated yesterday amidst cheerful presence of many water experts and agricultural authorities. The inaugural lecture stressed more on improving India's overall Agricultural based produces along with nice balance of water management and improving agricultural knowledge.
The council inauguration had Konkan Agricultural University VC along with Water Experts and Satpuda Sugar factory head and many other dignitaries. The two-days long conference would further discuss Tapi River related issues and developmental aspects. Tapi river region and Satpuda region are primarily agricultural dominated and based areas and do not have any major business/ industrial setup as such. Environment, Water and Land remains three major assets of people living in this region for bread earning and hence there is a strong need of fine balancing of such resources.
Teacher Pratibha Chaudhari receives National Honor:
Bahinabai Secondary School teacher Pratibha Baburao Chaudhari has received "Best Teacher 2006" award from Government of India Ministry of Human Resources and Unicef under Adult Literacy Drive and for Aids Removal Services and educating youth on AIDS related issues.
Railways MOH Loco Shed receives Rs. 15,000 Cash Prize:
The Central Railways Bhusawal Division M.O.H. Loco Shed has received 15,000 Special Award from Central Railways General Manager while Manmad Bridge Workshop achieving 100 years of excellence in services has receives Rs. 75,000 G. M. Special Award. The Workshop would complete its 100 years on 11th December.
M. J. College Watershed Surveillance Research Institute conducted International
Workshop on Hotspot Geo-informatics:
The M. J. College Watershed Surveillance Research Institute is conducting an International Workshop on Digital Governance and Hotspot Geo-informatics for Monitoring, Etiology, Early Warning and sustainable Management from 11th December. Khandesh native and distinguished Professor of Mathematical and Environmental Statistics in the Department of Statistics at the Pennsylvania State University Prof. G. P. Patil is Chief Organiser of this event.
The Workshop aims at statistical geo-informatics and software infrastructure for spatial and spatiotemporal hotspot detection, prioritization, early warning and sustainable management. Hotspot means an unusual phenomenon, anomaly, aberration, outbreak, elevated cluster and critical area. The responsible factors may be natural, accidental or intentional. The five-year NSF DGP project has been instrumental to conceptualize hotspot geo-informatics partnership of several interested cross-disciplinary scientists in academia, agencies and private sector around the world.
The 10 days Workshop aims at exploring avenues in watershed surveillance with 45 to 50 scholars in the field expected to attend the eve. The first three days would have actual surveillance related presentations and discussions followed by clearing up hurdles and issues in achieving this aim.
Tapi Region Development Council today
The Sane Guruji Vidya Prasarak Mandal and Satpuda Co-operative Sugar factory are jointly organizing two days Tapi Region Development and Management Council at Shahada. The Council would have participation of Water Experts along with Collectorate and ZP CEO from Jalgaon, Dhule and Nandurbar District and water and soil experts.
Jalgaon's Satish Patil receives National
Jalgaon's promising Geologist Satish Patil has received Shrushti Honor Award from National Research Council for his Research work Telescopic Attachment to Bronchoscope. He received this National Level prestigious Award at IIM Ahmedabad Campus.
Bhusawal Violence: Court rejects bail pleas:
The Bhusawal Violence on Monday, 04th December has its case ringing in Court. The Bhusawal Police yesterday took two more for inquiry into violence while 21 arrested earlier were presented in Court. The Court continued Judicial Custody of 20 and Police Custody of one in this case. Meanwhile the District Parent Minister is arriving today in Bhusawal to assess post-violence scenario.
Kalpesh Chaudhari tops in State in Pre-Elementary Exam:
R. R. School Class VI student Kalpesh Shirish Chaudhari has secured first rank in Tilak Maharashtra University conducted Pre-Elementary Examination. He secured 94 out of 100 marks in this exam.
Sports week from 12th December:
The District Sports Authority conducted Sports week is beginning from 12th December until 18th December. The week would have various sporting competitions at various schools. The festive begins with inauguration on 12th at ZP Vidya Niketan School followed by Cultural Dance Competition on 13th at Lunkad School, Drawing competition for Under-19 boys and girls on 14th December at Urdu High School, Kabbadi competition for Under-17 category at Kolhe School. The extravaganza continues with Lecture on Role of Physical Fitness in Personality Development on 16th, Kho-Kho Competition for Under-14 category on 17th December and ends up at Nutan Maratha School on 18th December.
reservations: 23 out of 68 seats reserved for Ladies:
The ZP Administration drew a lot to finalise reservation on its seats for upcoming Five years. Under new reservation system 23 out of 68 seats have now been reserved for ladies candidates along with ZP President Post reserved for Scheduled Caste candidate.
District Kho-Kho Team announced:
The District Kho-Kho Association has announced Jalgaon Team for upcoming Junior Boys and Girls State Level Kho-Kho Competition. The team would move to Aurangabad for this competition tomorrow.
The team includes Suraj Verma (Captain), Kushal Khadke, Pavan Purohit, Akash Mandore, Dheeraj Temkar, Mahenk Bande, Amol Barkale, Shubham Patil, Sayyed Irfan, Nitesh Patil, Nikhil Lohade, Jitendra Kapade along with Ritesh Mahajan, Suraj Suryawanshi and Piyush Damale as Reserved Players.
led to greater Social Interface" Quotes NMU VC:
The North Maharashtra University Jalgaon administration has expressed its vote of thanks to entire media and community groups for availing financial assistance and aid for smooth conducting the entire competition.
Council elections: Gazette likely today
The State Gazette today is likely to carry list of 292 newly elected and won councilors in 12 Municipal Councils from Jalgaon District. Publishing of names process would lead to conducting Special meeting of Council within 25 days for electing President. All existing Councilors and President Tenure are ending on 23rd December. This include 47 from Bhusawal, 33 from Bhusawal and Chalisgaon each, 27 from Chopda, 25 from Pachora, 20 from Parola, 19 from Dharangaon and Yaval each, 18 from Erandol and 17 each from Raver, Savda, Faizpur.
Business Confederation plans agitation against Octroi:
The Jalgaon District Business Confederation in accordance with State Octroi Removal Committee guidelines has planned for agitation and protest against Octroi Tax levied in Corporation areas today. It is also awaiting State unit directives on proposed a day Strike on 11th December.
standing committee meeting today:
The Jalgaon City Municipal Corporation standing committee is meeting today to discuss various topics on its agenda. It includes extension of period for Milk Booths run by Jalgaon Milk Union, Eco-Conservation Review, Installation of Power Saving equipments etc.
Mail Service (RMS) Employees on strike:
The Railway Mail Service (RMS) Employees under Bhusawal Division in Class-3 and Class-4 groups have moved to indefinite strike from 04th December for their demands. This has led to huge pending queues of mails at Railway Stations. Around 500 employees from Bhusawal Division are participating in this strike. Their demands include departmental Inquiries against Superintendent and Assistant Superintendent on alleged work styles.
weather, Lower cold to reduce Rubby Crop" quotes experts:
The entire region is yet to witness Cold chilling weather irrespective of fact that December month's first is over. Showery raining added with Cloudy weathers and low cold are likely to affect overall Rubby crop yields this year.
The current weather is not suitable for Gram, Grains and as a result, farmers cultivating a month before would face around 15% yield shortage this season quoted District Agricultural Authorities.
Khandesh MLA meeting in Nagpur:
A group of MLA from Khandesh region met yesterday to discuss Khandesh's prolonged issues relating to development, irrigation projects and its funding, Manmad - Indore Railway line and proposed to put up these issues jointly in upcoming winter session of Assembly. The meeting had participation of MLA from NCP, Congress I, BJP and Shivsena to discuss development issues irrespective of their party label.
reschedules examinations following Bhusawal Curfew:
The North Maharashtra University Jalgaon has rescheduled its Bachelor of E-Commerce, M.C.M. and Engineering all year's examinations earlier scheduled for 06th and 07th December following Curfew imposition in Bhusawal.
All papers earlier planned for 06th December would now be on 10th December and those of 07th December would be on 17th December on same timing. The University Administration seeing possibility of strike of teachers under its affiliated Colleges has rescheduled 14th December paper to 24th December. All exam papers other than those specified above for today and tomorrow would remain as it is.
District team for Body Building competition announced:
The Jalgaon Authorities have announced Jalgaon team for upcoming Maharashtra Body Building association and Thane Body Building Association conducted "Mayor Shree" State Level Body building competition.
Players selected are: Chandrakant Sapkale, Yogesh Jaware, Nilesh Pawar, Deepak Bhoite, Sandeep Sharma, Dattatrya Thakare, Imran Khan, Esa Khan, Sagar Sapkale with Dinesh Khemkar as Team Trainer and Rajendra Ragade as Manager.
District team announced
for State Rope Pulling competition:
The District Association has announced Jalgaon team for upcoming 09th State Level Senior Rope Pulling competition. The team includes Ashwini Nikam (Captain), Chaya Patil, Vinaya Baviskar, Vaishali Bhalerao, Varsha Ghule, Nayana Kate, Savita Shelke, Rajashree Shelke and Babita Malte in Girls (520kg Category) team.
The Boys (640kg Team) includes Deepak Wade (Captain), Kundan Badgujar, Deepak Kawana, Vishal Lalwani, Rahul Patil, Kapil More, Sonal Bari, Nitin Narkehde and Dinesh Chaudhari.
The Open Category team includes Azhar Khan, Sandeep Bhalerao, Vishal Jaiswal, Shankar Ambuskar, Vijay Bhalerao, Dhanraj Baviskar, Kuldeep Surwade, Chandrahas Wankhede and Millind Nikam.
firke scores Third rank in National Essay writing:
Kashibai Kolhe School student Priya Pradeep Firke has secured Third rank in United School organisation of India conducted essay-writing competition on "Pollution by vehicles" in India's major languages.
Pitch on Democracy:
Curfew imposed in Bhusawal city:
The Bhusawal Municipal Council Special Meeting witnessing sudden differences on a certain project led to violent turnaround in the council hall. The Angry protestors supporting Shahar Bachao Aghadi (SBA) demonstrated their rage by burning down, damaging various at various locations in Bhusawal city. The protestors condemning attacks by opposition NCP councillors later damaged NCP Bhusawal Unit head Bungalow and burnt down his owned Hotel as well. The entire story led to severe injuries to 23 councillors, supporters that include SBA City Head and his 4 councillors along with local activists. The Bhusawal Police has arrested 63 persons from both sides that include leader of NCP and booked 10 in various complaints. The District Collectorate has immediately imposed Curfew from 9PM in night until 6AM today morning. Many of the injured have been moved to District Civil Hospital in Jalgaon and senior leaders arrested in this connection have been shifted to Jilha Peth Police Station Custody in Jalgaon.
The entire story began around 11.30AM with start of Council meeting followed by differences during discussion on around 12:05PM followed by chairs thumping on 12:10PM and pelting in Council campus. The violence news spread like a rocket and entire market was closed in next few minutes. The NCP supporters later followed stone pelting on Modern Road. The supporters of Councillors facing bleeding in beating and pelting turned agitated and deadly violent that started counter attacks in form of stone pelting and burning down counter parties ownerships.
The District Police Senior Authorities arrived at locations on around 13:15PM and took immediate control of whole scene moving out spread using force. Later Tahsil Authorities and District Collectorate reached Bhusawal and visited all sites.
The Authorities announced immediate closure of all Educational Institutions since city yesterday until further notice. It had further ordered CID enquiry into this entire probe. This is for first time in last 20 years that the city has Curfew imposed following violence all around.
All outbound road traffic has been halted to avoid any of violent turnouts and as a result, Bhusawal people are facing lot of troubles in reaching their destinations. The State Transport again remained soft target for agitating protestors that damaged buses front mirrors by stone pelting.
announces City Development Plan Contract:
The Jalgaon City Municipal Corporation has announced awarding of Contract for formulating City Development Plan (CDP) for Jalgaon city to Group SSE. The Plan aims at formulating vision document on Best Administration, Ample Outer investments, higher quality Basic Infrastructure resources and productivity cost. The Process has Data Collection and Analysis phase, Vision Plan, Strategy Phase and Plan Project with both strengths and weakness taken in to consideration. The plan also aims at removing huge number of 25,000+ slums in Jalgaon city in Tambapur and such regions by availing suitable and best facilities.
The plan further aims at making Mehrun Lake as attractive Tourism Place with suitable support to build up good Industrial base. The corporation is likely to sign up formal agreement with this agency in shorter span.
events on eve of "Datta Jayanti" today: Local Holiday today:
The entire region has various religious enchanting and events to commemorate Lord Datta Jayanti today. Various Datta temple organisers have held Bhandara, Pooja festive on this occasion. The Raver city today has over 200 year's old traditional Rath festivity. The District Administration has announced local holiday today and as a result today's Democracy Day conducted every month's first Monday would be on tomorrow from 10AM to 12PM.
"Ekmukhi Dattatrya festivity" begins today:
The traditional "Ekmukhi Dattatrya Festivity" is beginning today at Sarangkheda. The festivity's key attraction Horse bazaar has until now 900 horses arrived for selling. The festivity preparations began a month ago with Village Panchayat, Shahada Agricultural Produces Committee and Animal Husbandry Departments jointly making efforts.
Government announces rescheduling of Co-operative Board election:
The State Government has announced and urged all Co-operative Organisations to cancel/ reschedule their proposed Board of Directors elections until 31st March 2007 following upcoming Village Panchayat and ZP Elections likely in February. Jalgaon District's many Co-operative Banks earlier announced election of their BOD in coming times.
Kon Mahne Asodyaji lek haye wo Adani
Kasa Jagav Jagat shikavate tichi vani
Ticha Guru, Nyan Pajla Jagale
Janu Bhar Unhayat Panha Datla Dhagale
Nindata, Nindata, tine vechala Paus,
Ani Manachya Doyat ubha Tipla Manus
Pandurang ala dhavun Pikant
Dev Ladane Nandato, tichyapari bhavikant
Bahinabaichi vhati sarosti may,
Tin janale manale ani mhatla vadhay
Elections: Environment heats up on exploring political mandate:
The Jalgaon District has witnessed revolutionary change in recent Municipal Council Elections. The unexpected sudden change has led to Politics above Party concept with region's senior leaders tying up together. Jalgaon District's Village Panchayat and District Council are undergoing elections in January. All political parties have begun their preparations for this upcoming election.
The BJP-Shivsena alliance is ruling with majority on ZP since last 5 years and the period ahead could prove crucial for overall fate of district with exact scenario of alliances being cleared. The Khandesh Development forum like concepts if clicked well could reshape entire politics in region.
committee meets in Jalgaon:
The Jalgaon District Police yesterday conducted a meeting of district peace committee having participation of leaders of all regions and communities. The District Police has urged all community heads to following approach revolution by respecting National Laws framework and preservation of National and Private Property in protesting against disgrace issues.
The Meeting had participation of various Ambedkar fellow community heads. The Police also condemned disgracing National figures like Ambedkar effigies and urged Community fellows to take their feelings to State Home Ministry and Central Home Ministry instead of following violent path. The new generation needs ideals to be set up and such violent turnouts hurt both Police and younger generation and demoralises their spirits.
The violent turnout and terror continued to panic Jalgaonities with most of violent routes not getting public transportation system. The State Transport authorities denied restarting the services on such routes unless they receive written assurances from such groups. As a result, there is no City Bus Service to Asoda, Bhadli, Shelgaon, Sujade, Bholane region paralysing routine works of common people. The Raver Taluka also witnessed stone pelting on many State Transport buses. The activists have announced Bodwad closed today to protest this issue.
2006: 10 Universities unable to register even a single medal:
The North Maharashtra University Jalgaon conducted 10th Inter-University Sports competition has ended. The competition had 10 out of 19 participating Universities teams not getting even a single medal in their category matches, which includes host NMU team. Out of 108 medals, the Mumbai, Kolhapur and Pune Universities took away 79 medals dominating the entire Ashwamedh series. Out of total 36 gold medals, these three universities took away 29 medals.
The Bharti University Pune had 41 participating players, lowest of all teams while host NMU and Tukdoji University Nagpur both had 116 players, highest of all. Out of total 1700 players, 292 were in Athletics, 320 in Basketball, 346 in Kabbadi, 370 in Kho-Kho and 473 in Volleyball. In all 931 boys and 769 girls participated in various competitions.
to inaugurate new Water supply lines in Ward# 4:
The Jalgaon City Municipal Corporation is inaugurating new water supply distribution lines tomorrow in ward#4. The new line laying would benefit Tanaji Malsure Nagar, Dinkar Nagar, Gurudatta Colony, Old Jalgaon, Extended Jalgaon areas. The new 12-Inches and 6-Inches line lying would ease water supply in these regions.
The Corporation Administration is also expected to come up with its Performa Annual Budget for upcoming year within next fortnight
District's 28 buses face
damages in violent turnout protesting Dr. Ambedkar effigy disgrace in Kanpur:
The violent turnout and protests continued throughout Jalgaon District on recent Dr. Ambedkar effigy disgrace in Kanpur. A group of protestors attempted stone pelting in Jalgaon and tried to burn down public transporting vehicles. Bhusawal city witnessed strong rage with State Transport buses remaining soft target. The District Police continued its combing and security spread operations with Police patrolling at sensitive areas. Nearby Dhule District also went on strong protest with all shops remaining closed. The State Transport has established Control Unit at Jalgaon and has stopped Malkapur route bus service following attempts of burning buses on that route. It has further instructed all Bus drivers, conductors to take help of Village Panchayat head, Office, Police to overcome such situation if arrived.
planning committee meeting review:
The Jalgaon City Municipal Corporation Planning committee met yesterday to discuss various topics on its agenda. The Committee has instructed City Town Planning Department to sanction construction and development proposals within 15 days of receipt. The committee urged department to convey errors collectively if any to the party to avoid work repetition and speed up process. Amongst other discussions included appointing Head to Open Land Department, excluding light tax on open plots in case if the owner has not installed any lighting instruments, following up revised DC Rules with State Authorities, correcting Construction Approval form, conducting town planning department meeting every 15 days etc.
The Corporation has received fabulous response for Chowk decorating by private parties. The Corporation administration has urged these parties to submit its entire plan for decorating Chowk within 10 days.
Raining adds to weather chill:
Whole Khandesh region witnessed showery raining yesterday evening that chilled weather further. Jalgaon City, Bhusawal, Chalisgaon, Raver, Amalner and Chopda Taluka have reported raining in showery to lower form. The sudden raining could result in various forms of microbes on standing Rubby Crop. Jalgaon city had cloudy weather right from morning.
Traders announces strike on 11th December protesting Octroi:
The Federation of Association of Maharashtra (FAM) has announced a day protest strike of all traders throughout the State in Corporation ruling areas. The Federation has widest support of all its member trader organisations from almost all districts. Federation's Octroi Removal Committee yesterday met and announced this decision considering upcoming elections in various Municipal Corporations.
State Badminton competition inauguration
The Jalgaon District Badminton Association and Krida Bharati jointly conducted 52nd Junior Boys and Girls State Badminton competition is beginning today in Jalgaon at Eklavya Sports complex in M. J. College.
The Authorities earlier announced Jalgaon Team for this competition. Nutan Maratha College's Jayant Jadhav and Madhuri Chaudhari would lead their respective category team.
General Body Meeting review:
The Jalgaon City Municipal Corporation General body meeting has approved change of reservation of Sports complex to residential one in Mehrun Shivar along with backward community reforms programmes, Golden Jubilee Scheme. It dropped backward community special recruitment drive topic following the factor that this topic has moved to Court for further hearing. The body expressed its distress over Corporation Administration not preparing Daily Collection Contract documents since last 6 months.
Ambedkar effigy disgrace issue: Khandesh turns violent:
The entire Khandesh region witnessed blowing violence in many regions on grounds of Kanpur Dr. Ambedkar effigy disgrace. The major places witnessing violent turnout were Jalgaon, Amalner, Chopda, Raver, Asoda, Nandurbar, Dhule and Shindkheda. The State Transport buses remained soft target for protestors.
Jalgaon District's 17, Dhule's 5, 2 in Nandurbar, and Shindkheda's one bus front mirrors were broken yesterday. All 3 district Police have tighten up securities in sensitive areas and are continuously monitoring situation. The District Police also called meeting of City Peace committee and urged members to help Police in maintaining Law and Order Situation throughout the region.