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Incomplete Sheds trying to get Complete

Aurangabad 10/19/2018
Thousands Of Sheds Near Cambridge School, Zhalta Phata Aurangabad Commonly Called As Chota Dharavi. The Slum Area Which Consist around 400 Families and Most of Them Are Jobless and They are Belongs to Different Castes and Religions. Earlier Some Of Them Used To Live Under The Flyovers Of The City. They Are Excepting Plots From The Government For Making Their Own Houses. In Current Situation they captured The Plots without Permission of Government and Made Sheds Which Is Totally Illegal but They Aren’t Ready to Leave That Place. According to Tejrao Sapkal the Local Citizen of That Area He Said “Shelter Is Basic Need for Everyone We Are Trying to Managed Our Food and Cloths but without Shelter Where We Can Survived for 2 Years I have been Living Here but Still We have to Walk 2 KM For Water, Women’s Bring This Water By Crossing Roads This Road Is One Of the Busy Road In The City and Women Safety Is also One Of The Factor, Government Should Thing About us and Brings Wa…
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Bulk of Garbage in the Dividers

11/09/2018 Aurangabad
The City Which Is Famous for His History and Fastest Growing City in the World Know as Aurangabad, For Last 6 Months Garbage Issue Is also contributing For the Popularity of the City. Aurangabad Produce 430 Metric tons Of Garbage Daily Earlier Aurangabad Municipal Corporation Dumped the City Garbage in Naregaon Area but Now it Is Highly Populated Area and They Were not allowing the It. Because Garbage Pollution Was the Main Reason, They Were Suffering From Various Bacterial Diseases. Gastrointestinal, Stomach Pain, Vomiting & Diarrhea Etc. Now The Roads Divider’s Came in Light Basically Divider Divide the Road in Two Equal Parts but Citizens Are Throwing or Dumping Garbage on Divider Azad Chowk to Ram Mandir Road Divider Half Filled with Garbage and Dogs and Goat Finding Food in This Garbage and Unfortunately there Are Eating Something Which Is Harmful For Their Body. Mr. G.L Deshmukh Veterinary Doctor Said ‘ Garbage Pollution Is Harmful For Human Being as Well a…

Golden Jubilee Celebration of Aurangabad Times

The Largest Circulating Urdu Daily In Central Maharashtra


07 Apr 2018
Aurangabad
Aurangabad Times One of The Oldest Urdu Daily Newspaper In Maharashtra Today 50th Anniversary Of Newspaper Held In AamKhas Maidan Near Tawn Hall Aurangabad. Where Renowned Political Leader Were Present To Celebrate This Golden Jubilee. Gulam Nabi Azad Presently he Served as opposition leader in Rajya sabha And Congress State President Ashokrao Chavan, Abu Asim, Fauzia Khan, Imtiaz Jaleel, Sanjay Sirsat, Atul Save, Chandrakant Khaire, And Editor Of Lokmat Group Congratulate The Editor Of Aurangabad Times Shoeb Khusru. Rajendara Darda Said that It's not easy for you to stay in print media for 50 years and when you have Urdu News Paper But Shoeb Khusru Sahab did not give up And after that much Hard work, He Achieved Success . Abu Asim said Urdu language had been a major role in freedom. But today we are dividing languages on the basis of religion he Also Quote Shankarrao chavan who was twice chief minister of …

Kyoto Protocol to Paris Agreement What We Achieved

The Kyoto Protocol is a universal assention connected to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, which commits its Parties by setting globally restricting discharge decrease targets. Under Kyoto, industrialized countries swore to cut their yearly emanations of carbon, as estimated in six ozone harming substances, by changing sums, averaging 5.2%, by 2012 when contrasted with 1990. That compares to a 29% cut in the qualities that would have generally happened. In any case, the convention didn't end up global law until more than part of the way through the 1990– 2012 period. The Paris Climate Change Summit, otherwise called COP21, occurred from November to December 2015. The arrangement joins about all the world's countries in a solitary concurrence on handling environmental change without precedent for history. The Paris Climate Change Summit is a successor to the Kyoto Protocol and the Copenhagen Conference and is at present being viewed as the most suitable r…

Indian National Science Academy

The Indian National Science Academy promotes Science and its use in india. It was initially settled in 1935 and was known as the 'National Institute of Sciences of India' until the point that the present name was received in 1970.The Governament Of India remembered it in 1945 as the head logical society speaking to all branches of science in India. In 1968, it was assigned as the following association in India to the International Council For Science (ICSU) for the Government of India. It is headquartered in New Dehli. The Indian National Science Academy (INSA) in New Dehli is the summit assemblage of Indian researchers speaking to all branches of science and innovation. Target Of Indian National Science Academy (INSA) Advancement of logical information in India including its useful application to issues of national welfare. To act through legitimately constituted National Committees, in which other scholarly institutes and social orders might be related, for undertaking logical w…

Democracy In India

The second most Crowded country and the seventh Prime country by area, India is the Largest democracy in the world. Indian democratic government was formed after the nation secured independence in 1947. The parliamentary and state assembly elections are held every 5 years to appoint the Central and state governments.Democracy is a system of government that allows the citizens to cast vote and appoint a government of their choice. India became a democratic state after its independence from the British rule in 1947. It is the largest democratic nation in the world. Democracy in India gives its citizens the right to vote irrespective of their caste, color, creed, religion and gender. It has five democratic principles – sovereign, socialist, secular, democratic and republic. Democracy in India works on five democratic principles. These are: 1.Sovereign: This means free from the interference or control of any foreign power. 2.Socialist: This means providing social and economic equality to all …

Justice Loya Case And Its Impact

Justic loya (Brijgopal Harkishan Loya) served in a court in the CBI, Died of cardiac attack on 1 December 2014 in Nagpur. He was working on the famous Soharabuddin case. It all started with the from the caravan magazine’s report published on Nov 20, 2017. The report raised the questions about circumstances of the justice loya’s death. Justice Loya called to his wife on Nov 30, 2017 for the last time. On Dec 1st morning his sister received a call informing her that justice loya died due to heart attack and his body has to be taken to Latur for the post mortem. According to the colleagues who were with him “We were staying in Ravi Bhavan Nagpur and Justice Loya started feeling severe chest pain due to which we have taken him to Dande hospital in Nagpur in Auto and then doctor’s from dande hospital referred him to Meditrina hospital Nagpur.”When they reached the Meditrina hospital doctors declared justice loya as “brought dead”. Now lets go through the points raised by caravan magazine which…