Tuesday, 23 October 2018

Swadeshi Mela from 25th October in Jamshedpur.

Swadeshi Mela the annual fair will be organised at Gopal Maidan in Bistupur. Organised by the Centre for Bharatiya Marketing Development (CBMD), a wing of Swadeshi Jagaran Manch, the fair is all set to be organised from October 25.
The members of the Swadeshi Jagran Manch performed the ground breaking ceremony yesterday at Gopal Maidan in Bistupur. The fair will kick off on October 25 and will continue till November 1.
The mega fair which is aimed to promote country made products from cottage industries and other sectors is slated to have over 300 stalls comprising an array of handloom, handicraft and other products. The mela also aims to draw the limelight towards 100-odd artisans from different states of India who cannot afford to go for publicity.
There will be some demonstration too where visitors will be able to see making of puppets and other handicrafts. The Swadeshi mela every year has been promoting the usage of medicinal plants for minor diseases.
Over artisans from Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh, Gujarat, Jammu and Kashmir, Chhatisgarh, Odisha, Tamil Nadu and Madhya Pradesh will display their products, government agencies such as District Rural Development Authority and NABARD will also put up stalls.
Panel discussions on the current industries will be an everyday feature along with folk songs and dances to woo people.
The organisers further said the Swadeshi Mela was intended to instill confidence in micro enterprise and self help groups. It would also highlight the achievements of Indian enterprise in the wake of growing globalisation.
“We always get good response from the city but it is more important to buy products which are manufactured in the country. This year we planned it in advance and have also finalised the dates so that people interested in putting up their kiosks, majority of them Swadeshi products made in India,” said Manoj Singh, a member of Swadeshi Jagran Manch.

Source :- Avenue Mail

What is Ayushman Bharat Yojana?

Ayushman Bharat Yojana or National Health Protection Scheme is a program which aims to provide a service to create a healthy, capable and content new India. It has two goals, one, creating a network of health and wellness infrastructure across the nation to deliver comprehensive primary healthcare services, and another is to provide insurance cover to at least 40 per cent of India's population which is majorly deprived of secondary and tertiary care services. Indu Bhushan appointed as a Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and Dr Dinesh Arora appointed as deputy ceo of Ayushman Bharat Yojana.

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Ayushman Bharat consists of two major elements.1. National Health Protection Scheme. 2. Wellness centres. National Health Protection Scheme will provide cashless treatment to patients. And wellness centres will provide primary care to the patients. In fact, the government will upgrade existing Public Health Centres to Wellness Centres. The welfare scheme has been rolled out on August 15, 2018. The government has roped in multiple agencies to ensure seamless coordination between the centre and states.





Source :- Wikipedia

Monday, 15 October 2018

Most tickets for Jamshedpur FC-ATK match sold out


The first home game of Jamshedpur FC is set to witness a jam-packed JRD Tata Sports Complex as more than 22,000 tickets for the Indian Super League (ISL) match to be played between JFC and ATK on October 21, have been sold.
The offline ticket sale which started on October 7 saw JFC fans in large number queue up outside the counters to grab the tickets for the opening game of the ISL season 5 at Jamshedpur.
According to a Jamshedpur FC official, the response has been great every since the online and offline ticket sale started and first game is all set to be a cracker of a match with houseful crowd.
‘Rs 350 denomination tickets for East lower, North West lower and South West lower are selling fast while very few tickets are left for East Upper (Rs 250) stand. Several stands have been sold out including Rs.200 denomination tickets for South West upper & North West upper stand along with Rs 50 denomination tickets for South stand and North stand’, added the official.
Another JFC official who looks after the operations and ticketing aspect informed that the total capacity of the stadium is 23,000 and remaining tickets will be sold within a couple of days.
It may be mentioned that Jamshedpur FC is the first team in Indian Super League (ISL) 2018-19 whose tickets have been sold out for a match.
According to data, Delhi Dynamos sold 1200 tickets for their home match while North East United sold 5000 tickets.
Last year also Jamshedpur FC home matches saw 94% attendance and with good performances put up by the boys against Mumbai City FC and Bengaluru FC, furnace is ready to erupt.
Jamshedpur FC home matches tickets are available online at Insider.in and Paytm and also from the counters set up at JRD Tata Sports Complex.

Source :-   Avenue Mail

Thursday, 11 October 2018

TITLI cyclone hits Jharkhand.

The intensity of cyclone ‘TITLI’ covering States like Jharkhand, Andhra Pradesh and Odisha is likely to get intensified in the days to come. The weather bulletin released by MET Observatory Center Ranchi on Wednesday suggested heavy (64.5 mm to 115.5 mm) to very heavy rainfall (70 mm to 120 mm) warning for Jharkhand.
According to the weather bulletin, districts like East Singhbhum, Saraikela-Kharsawan, West Singhbhum, Dhanbad, Jamtara, Dumka, Bokaro, Pakur, Deogarh, Godda and Khunti including the North-Eastern (NE) parts of the State will receive heavy to very heavy downpour in the wake of this cyclonic disturbance.
“On October 11 and October 12, heavy rainfall will lash Southern and NE parts of the State, accompanied with gusty winds blowing with a speed of 12 to 16 Kmph. Besides, rest other districts of Jharkhand like Ranchi, Gumla, Hazaribagh including a few other districts will receive light to moderate rainfall. The weather condition is likely to improve after October 14 as the intense system formed at Bay of Bengal will shift towards the North-West India,” said Senior Scientist, MET Observatory Centre Ranchi, R S Sharma.
“The system over West Central Bay of Bengal which remained stationary around 560 Km South-East of Gopalpur in Odisha and 510 Km South-East of Kalingapatnam in Andhra Pradesh has started shifting with immense intensity. Thereafter, it is very likely to re-curve northeast wards and will move towards Gangetic West Bengal across Odisha and will weaken gradually,” Sharma further added.
Notably, the State has been deprived of normal rainfall for a month now, with weather conditions mainly remaining dry and the mercury level rising especially during the daytime. According to meteorological parameter, the South-West (SW) monsoon departed from the State in the last week of September, hence, the present system is only governed by the impact of cyclone ‘Titli’.

Source :- Daily Pioneer

Sunday, 7 October 2018

Jam Street held on 7th October.

Sunday morning is special for Jamshedpurites. Around seven thousand people gathered and fizzled out in one place. People on the road were people of all ages, but youth participation was a gift to look at. The chance was at Jam Street. "Jam Street" came to play with a full package of fun between song and music.

The program, which ran from 5 am to 8.30 am on the Bistupur Main Road, was organized under 'Jamshedpur Fest 2018'. Jam street day is like a street festival with attractive Goodies, where people are involved with the whole family. There are lots of activities by taking roller skating, badminton, basketball, boxing, handball, karate and adventure games.

There are also rock bands, selfie corners, street painting, magic shows, dandiya, etc. with games to make Sunday Morning a musical. Apart from all this, there are stalls for Dosa, Golgappa, Uttapam, Idli, Kachori Vegetable, Health Drinks, Fruits, Sandwich, Cake, Pastry and Green Smoothies etc. to increase the euphoria of morning.






Source :- Jagran
Images :- Social Media

Wednesday, 3 October 2018

Jairam Youth Sporting Club has chosen South Africa as its Durga Puja theme

Jairam Youth Sporting Club Durga Puja Pandal popularly known as Malkhan Singh Pandal has chosen South Africa as its Durga Puja themeThe club has hired Parvati Decorators of East Midnapore to replicate the breath-taking wilderness that is Africa.


According to a report in The Telegraph, around 50 workers are manned to build a 60-feet-tall cane and bamboo temple that is made out of real bamboo tree. The Bengal artists started to work on the theme, three months back from now. The entire forest is planted with touch-me-not plants. These plants have characteristics to fold themselves inward as soon they are touched and after few minutes past the human body touch, it reopens itself.

“We have procured bamboos from Tripura. The pandal is in the shape of a temple, but made of cane, hay, paper pulp and bamboo, of course. The goddess will have an aboriginal (indigenous) look, without the traditional finery and make-up,” said Ashok Kumar Dey, proprietor of Parvati Decorators. to 'The Telegraph'.



“The plants are already 10ft tall. They will grow taller in another fortnight and recreate the ambience of an African forest. Plaster of Paris and paper pulp are being used to make models of elephants, rhinoceros, giraffe and other wild animals. A giant demon mask will be installed at the entrance of the pandal too to give visitors the feel of Africa,” said Dey.

Source :- The Telegraph