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Environmental Issues

Naregaon Residents fed-up with Garbage Woes
Aurangabad, October 14, 2017 : City garbage had already frustrated people of the city and in no time, even the residents of Naregaon have started complaining about the dumping done in the area. Heaps of garbage have been dumped in Naregaon and hills of garbage has been created in the area. This has resulted into the worst health conditions in Naregaon and people have finally raised a voice against it.

“We have been living here since past 2 years but now, the problem has become a major problem for us because at first the dumping was not done in this amount but now, hills have been created and due to it diseases have been spread in the area.” Said a resident of Naregaon. Complete heaps of garbage can be seen in the area and it is spread into a large area. Stray dogs too have created a problem for the people in area. Everyday huge amount of garbage is dumped and added into the heaps. Not only the residents residing but also the industrialists ha…
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Lipstick Under My Burkha

Bitter for the Society, True for the Nation
Aurangabad, October 11, 2017 : Alankrita Shrivastava has hit the theatres with a bold and true picturization about the society we are living in with Lipstick Under My Burkha. The story shows the audience the reality of the society and what is being done against it. The movie faced many difficulties until it reached the theatres as from censor board as well as from people at some instances. The story revolves around four ordinary women in Bhopal who lead secretive lives on their own, tired with their daily problems. The movie has shown the sexual needs of women as well as when the things are going wrong when it comes to sex. We can say that whatever they live in their secretive life can be their real life in parallel universe i.e. if society permits, the same would turn out to be the real life.

Coming to characters, Plabita Borthakur plays the role of Rihana, a young girl who is a big fan of Miley Cyrus and wants to live her life as her. She da…

Tulsishyam - Strange but Interesting

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Aurangabad, October 5, 2017 : According to people, a mysterious spot exists near Junagadh in Gujarat though there is scientific reason behind it. The spot has been in-to attention so much that now it has become and is considered as one of the tourist place in Gujarat. “Tulsi Shyam Temple” is the main reason why people visit this place. Mythical background behind the temple lies in the story of Lord Krishna. It is said that Lord Krishna killed a demon name ‘Tul’ and hence the name of place was kept by merging the name of two – Tulsi Shyam. There are two major spots in the area; Hot Water Spring and a road which is knows as gravity road.
It is said that the Hot Water Spring has healing powers for physical wounds and injuries. It can heal any type of wound may it be deep or slight. Some people have experienced the magic of it while some say that there is nothing like this. “Definitely there are some powers and those are fools who do not know nothing of the same.…

An Interview with Colonel

Teaching and Guidance acts as an important part or we can say is an important aspect of life. It is something which never ends i.e. no matter of what age you are or where you are, teaching and guidance can be done in any manner with anyone. Many people have told the importance of it in their own means. Similarly, L. Colonel Dr. Satish Dhage, Director of MGM Institute of Competitive Examinations (ICE) have said the importance and explained it. Dr. Dhage have served as an officer in Indian army and at present are the director of MGM ICE as well as a lecturer in the same.
Q. What role does teaching and guidance play in your life based on your experience from a medico-army officer to the Director of M.G.M ICE?
A. "In reality, teacher’s role is the most important role, because as far as talent is concerned, every person is talented. I believe that there is 100% energy in every person and if you want to be successful, what requires is a proper direction. I believe that there are 3 D’s wh…

Food Culture of Aurangabad

New Taste in the Town!
Aurangabad, September 6, 2017 : Aurangabadkars have now turned foodie and hence number of cafes, restaurants, ice-cream parlors have increased in the city.  A new concept of food truck has become trendy which is something new for the residents of the city. Almost a week ago, Yummy Tummy Food Truck has started at Kalda corner by Dhawal Momaya and Priyank Chopda. In the first five days only, the food truck received a great response from the people and hence gave a new start to one more food truck in the city and increased the count of food trucks of the city. A variety of sandwiches are available here and people are enjoying the taste at a large scale. The owners have created the flavors of the sandwiches by themselves which is something new this time for the people as many flavors available here are not available in the city. “I am very fond of toast sandwiches. I used to roam about and taste sandwiches at different places but never got a taste which I wanted. So,…

Water Crisis

Hostelites To Suffer a Severe Issue: Water Shortage

Aurangabad, August 25, 2017: Water Shortage has become one of the most highlighted issues among the hostelites. Students are facing shortage of water daily and are now fed up of it. Many a times, the problem has been resolved but students have termed it as it’s always a temporary solution and never a permanent one.

Near about, 70% of hostels have the same problem and students are left with no other choice but to live with it. “When we were new in the hostel, we used to wait for the problem to get resolved as we were said that the problem would be temporary and that we students would get water as informed earlier. Later, we realized that the problem was persistent, and no one was doing anything regarding it.” Says Deepak Joshi, a JNEC student. Students were assured that they would get water 24x7 though there would be a time limit for hot water. Yet, students are facing problems in the first assurance itself and they don’t want to talk…

Human Rights

“We don’t know what the ‘Right to an Adequate Standard of Living’ is.” Say Labourers
Aurangabad, August 19, 2017: Labourers “today” earn at most eight thousand rupees a month and are still waiting for government to take an action in favour of them. Right to an adequate standard of living is being violated in almost all the parts of the city and no one is ready to take the responsibility for it.
Right to an adequate standard of living is one of the fundamental rights declared by the UN which is right of every human being irrespective of the place, sex, caste, creed and economic background. As a fundamental right no one can snatch it from the person, if he/she is being deprived of it. Adequate standard of living is considered to be fulfilled if the person is having the basic needs on a regular basis and is living his/her life with all the basic requirements along with the needs. Today, this right is being violated in almost each and every part of the city. Labourers especially get affecte…