Friday, May 27, 2011
Tuesday, May 24, 2011
Brass parts prices are in news again, for the recent up rise in brass parts raw material price and how its hitting Jamnagar brass industry, read more http://halar.org/post/2011/05/25/Brass-Parts-Prices-hitting-Industry.aspx
The RBI has imposed a monetary penalty of Rupees 2 Lakh on the "Commercial Co-operative Bank Ltd" for violating KYC norms, bank was found to be not following the rules in its stationery and advertisements, bank also violated norms for making extra, and probably suspicious donation beyond prescribed limit, bank had already submitted reply for the show cause notice issued by RBI.
Monday, May 23, 2011
Last Saturday, two teenage boys were drowned in Ranjeet Sagar dam, Fire-brigade could fished out the bodies by Sunday evening. Two boys age 14 & 17 went to tuition class and when they did not return on time, family members started searching them in the evening. Later they came to know that the boys had gone to Ranjeetsagar dam for swimming. The Jamnagar Fire Brigade found the clothes of the boys near the dam.
The 112-year-old Jamnagar crematorium now has a website. Gujarat minister & Prof Vasuben Trivedi launched the public website, around Rs 4 crore have been spent on the crematorium's renovation, the spokesman said that the website will be useful to public and tourists as well, he added that organisers are working on live streaming aspect of website that could allow relatives to attend the funeral from internet.
Sunday, May 22, 2011
An undisclosed donation to this new crematorium / Moksh Mandir will help fund required expenses and operational cost,.
Thursday, May 12, 2011
New facilities will include a children's park, Game zone, parking and a boating area.
Additional infrastructure will also be created that involves a bus-stand and better road connectivity.
Monday, May 2, 2011
May 1st is celebrated as Gujarat day following creation of Gujarat State in 1960 from Bombay state, this year Gujarat is celebrating 50th year of growth and prosperity.
Jamnagar celebrations were hosted at Ashapura ground near the Lakhota lake, two "Mashal Rally" were organised that started from Khambhalia gate and Summeir club road. Mayor Amiben Parikh flagged off the march.
Navy band entertained the audience with English, Hindi and Gujarati music, Air force added Guznec sparks over Lakhota, earlier morning walk and awakening sessions were organised with mass reading and oath taking programs. Students from schools presented good cultural programs