Monday, June 30, 2014

Academic Programmes and Departments in Nanoscience and Nanotechnology in India



Institute of Nanosciene and Technology
Mohali Punjab

M.Tech Programme at Jamia Millia, New Delhi



Nano-technology courses offer knowledge and training on the development and modification
of devices with atomic precision where the dimension of particles is less than 100
nanometers. It is an interdisciplinary subject that integrates the study of Bio- informatics
Bio- technology, Physics, Chemistry as well as other disciplines. There is a huge demand
for students who have done Nano-Technology Courses in a good number of industries and
laboratories in India and abroad. Being an interdisciplinary subject, students with a
degree in nanotechnology can find employment opportunities in a number of fields.

The areas where a nano-technologist can seek employment include agriculture, food and beverage, genetics, bio-technology, Space research, forensic science, environment industry and medicine.

The most important feature in the field of Nanotechnology that has attracted worldwide researchers
is the discovery of Carbon Nanotubes (CNTs). Carbon nanotubes (CNTs) are currently attractive
materials for a diverse range of applications because of their extraordinary mechanical and electrical
properties. Their application has already been demonstrated in field emission displays, nanoscale
electronic devices, biosensors and hydrogen storage mediums. The proposed applications of CNTs
are in micro-electronics/semiconductors, conducting composites, controlled drug delivery/release,
artificial muscles, batteries, field effect transistors, nano-lithography, nanoelectronics, data storage,
magnetic nanotube, molecular quantum wires, photovoltaic, electromagnetic shielding, cancer
treatment, thermal protection, nanotube reinforced composites, AFM tip, super capacitor, catalysts
support for fuel cells, polymer composites and sensors.

Keeping in view of the importance of Nanotechnology and the infrastructure available in Jamia, the
Department of Physics has started an M. Tech course in Nanotechnology in the year 2007. This
innovative Masters level course is designed so as to produce highly employable and knowledgeable
post graduates in a fast developing area that is already making major economic contributions,
impacting on products ranging from satellite TV through biomedical implants to sunscreens and
even car dashboards.
The course would equip graduates with the skills to make a successful career in the new industries
where reduced dimensionality plays a critical role in their products.

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Centre for Research in Nanotechnology & Science (CRNTS) 

Indian Institute of Technology - Bombay

IIT Bombay has recently consolidated its Nanotechnology research activities through the formation of a Centre for Research in Nanotechnology & Science (CRNTS). 
At IIT Bombay, over 45 faculty members from 9 different departments/schools are working together in the broad areas of Nanotechnology, with support from various government agencies and private industries. This research has resulted in over 400 high quality publications in the last 5 years in international journals and conference proceedings and a large number of patents.  Because of its efforts, IIT Bombay has recently received substantial funding from the Department of Science & Technology (DST), Govt of India for the formation of a Centre for Research in Nanotechnology & Science (CRNTS) on the IIT Bombay campus. 

Additionally, IIT Bombay has also been selected as one of the two institutions in the country for setting up a 'Centre of Excellence in Nanoelectronics' by the Ministry of Communications & Information Technology (MCIT), Govt of India. Significant progress has already been made in the establishment of these centres, and the facilities created at these national centres are available to all the researchers in the country.  IIT Bombay has already in place MoUs for a research collaboration with most of the leading national and international research organizations in the area of Nanotechnology.

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Centre for Nanotechnology, IIT Kanpur
Advanced Nanoengineering Materials Laboratory, Department of Mechanical Engineering and Materials Science Programme, Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur (IITK), Kanpur, (UP) India
is organizing International  Conference on Carbon Nanotechnology : Potential and Challenges with the theme
Theme: "Innovations in Carbon Nanotechnology for the New Century"
 during the period 15-17th December, 2010.
Internal Review Meeting Report, May 2008
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Centre for Nanotechnology, IIT Guwahati



It was established in the year 2004.  Centre for Nanotechnology, IITG possesses a vision to foster the development of research and education in the multi-disciplinary area of Nanotechnology at IIT Guwahati, to develop human resources gifted with leading-edge competitive advantages in the multi-disciplinary area of Nanotechnology required for meeting the future challenges,to augment academic partnerships with industry in the area of Nanotechnology.

Centre for Nanotechnology
Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati
Assam, India 781 039
Email : nano_off[at*]iitg.ernet.in
Phone :+91 361 258 3075
Fax: +91 361 2690762



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June 2014 - India - Interesting Videos - News, Views, Events, Places, Persons

Air Asia Set to take off on 12 June
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Death of Gopinath Munde in a road accident in New Delhi
3 June
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Oath Taking Ceremony of Chandra Babu Naidu on 8 June 2014 as CM of AP

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24 Students washed in water released by an Hydroelectric Dam without warning into Beas river
9 June
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Congress Parliamentary Party Leader Mallikarjuna Kharge's maiden speech in 16 Lok Sabha in  Hindi.
10 June
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Narendra Modi's First Speech in Parliament - Part 1
11 June
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Part 2
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Part 3
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Allegations by Preity Zinta against Ness Wadia about abusing her and threatening her
14 June
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Narendra Modi in Thimpu, Bhutan
16 June
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Jamaat-Ud-Daawa named as terror outfit by USA
26 June
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Accident in Mumbai Airport - The boarding staircase rammed into the aircraft after all passengers have boarded the flight
27 June 2014
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Indians still stranded - Iraq Crisis
28 June
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Speech by Governor of AP and Telangana, Narasimhan on the occasion of his 93rd Birthday
29 June
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Narendra Modi's talk on the occasion of launch of 5 foreign satellites using PSLV-c23 rocket. Modi spoke in English and Hindi
30 June 2014
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National Science Service or Indian Science Service



Bharata Ratna CNR Rao mentioned in one of his interviews that students are not taking up science discipline. The remedy could be the starting of National Science Service or Indian Science Service, with recruitment after graduation, post-graduation and doctoral degrees.

Sunday, June 29, 2014

Amrit Manthan - Effort of Man or Effort of The Created Beings



Amrit Manthan is a symbol of effort of man or effort of the created beings in the nature created by God. In Indian puranas, there are many stories of people doing tapas and get the grace of God. Many of the rishis had the grace of God. Vedas are presented as  discoverie of rishis but still as a whole Vedas are given by Vishnu to Brahma. It is in amrit manthan that the created beings go and do a churning of the milk ocean. It symbolizes effort of man to work on nature and get useful things from it. But the work of man does not give only useful things. It gives things which create problems. Like the poison that came out of the churning.

Also, people with all intentions work on the nature. When evil nature predominates, people who want to promote good conduct have to come together, pool their resources and attack the evil doers. From ancient days till day, people are  looking for permanent victory of good over evil. But it is not happening.  Evil nature resurfaces, strengthens itself and starts troubling many.

Coming back to the main theme of this write-up, Hindus have to reinforce the idea that apart from God's grace through prayers and tapas, there is an alternate way of creating useful things. If one looks at the last 500 years, man made inventions have provided great comforts and increased longevity to human beings. Scientific research is a modern day tapas to understand nature and predict its behaviour. No doubt, many rituals and techniques of religion are found useful by even scientists. One can see the role of God, in Amrit manthan also. He was there as an advisor and also he himself has to take a major role as the support for the churning rod. May be God provides the support whether a human being asks or not. God is there to see that the creation process continues. So whenever a person is trying to do something and obstacles come in his path, God may be helping him.  

Bharata Ratna C.N.R. Rao - Biography and Contribution to Science



http://www.jncasr.ac.in/cnrrao/profile.html


Chintamani Nagesa Ramachandra Rao, more popular as C.N.R. Rao (born 30 June 1934), is an Indian scientist in  chemistry. He  worked mainly in solid-state and structural chemistry. He currently serves as the Head of the Scientific Advisory Council to the Prime Minister of India.  He has authored around 1,500 research papers and 45 scientific books. He is the recipient of most of the major scientific awards, and is member of all major scientific organisations and is awarded honorary doctorate by more than 60 universities.

On 16 November 2013, the Government of India announced his selection for Bharat Ratna, the highest civilian award in India, making him the third scientist after C.V. Raman and A. P. J. Abdul Kalam to receive the award. He was conferred the award on 4 February 2014 by President Pranab Mukherjee in a special ceremony in the Durbar Hall of the Rashtrapati Bhavan.

Bharata Ratna Award Presentation Ceremony
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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/C._N._R._Rao



India is Number 3 in the World Nano Science said Dr. CNR Rao

CNR Rao is working in nanoscience and technology for the last 20-25 years. CNR Rao is the Chairman of Nano Mission of India.  Many people are now working on nanoscience in India under the mission.  Because of targeted funding and creation of facilities in various parts of India, nano research has suddenly blossomed. It is nice to see that India is now number three in the world in contribution to nano research.
http://www.livemint.com/Politics/ddO9c1ELjnQFxaKWWTJCQI/CNR-Rao-says-Indian-society-discourages-science.html

Read more at: http://www.livemint.com/Politics/ddO9c1ELjnQFxaKWWTJCQI/CNR-Rao-says-Indian-society-discourages-science.html?utm_source=copy

Scientific Progress of India
Lecture by C.N.R. Rao
January 2014, IIT Bombay
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Lectures on Science Topics

Inorganic Graphene Analogues and Related Materials
21st October 2013 at Waterloo Institute for Nanotechnology
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Fascination for Nanocarbons
13 October 2010 at Waterloo Institute for Nanotechnology

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Wednesday, June 25, 2014

Bhagavadgita - Explanation YouTube Videos - Hindi - English Subtitles



Being uploaded by Bhaktisongs, Shemaroo

Episode 4
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Episode 7
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Episode 8
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Episode 11
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Episode 12
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Explanation of Saankhyam



https://gitajourney.com/category/saankhyam/

https://books.google.co.in/books?id=gwEIBgAAQBAJ&printsec=frontcover#v=onepage&q&f=false


scribd.com has Saankhyam in Telugu

http://www.ramanuja.org/sv/bhakti/archives/aug99/0065.html

Monday, June 23, 2014

Sunday, June 22, 2014

Tyagaraja Aradhana - India Classical Music Festival - Pushya Bahula Panchami

This is celebrated in the months of January - February as five days festival of Carnatic Music.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tyagaraja_Aradhana



2014 celebration Live from Tiruvaiyaru
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Video uploaded by Doordarshan National

Saturday, June 21, 2014

Indian Films History - 100 Years of Indian Cinema - Films Division India

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Hindi Film Industry


In 1896, one of the Lumiere Brothers came to Bombay and demonstrated their movie equipment.

There are two important dates April 13, 1913 and May 3, 1913 in the Indian Film History. On 13 April, 1913, Dada Saheb Phalke showed  his movie Raja Harish Chandra in Olympia Theatre with to some known people. That day was Saturday. For that reason, that day is important day.


Dada Saheb Phalke released the movie in Caronation Theatre of Mumbai at May 3, 1913 for public viewing. A great response of audience for that film gave birth to Indian film industry.

Till 1930, producers focused on religious movies. Lanka Dahan (1917) & Kalia Mardaan (1919) were good hits.

Aalam Aara is the first movie with voice in the film. Producer Aardeshir Irani made this movie.

In 1935 Devdas with K.L. Saigal acting as here was produced.

During 1950s, three very successful actors emerged: Raj Kapoor, Dev Anand and Dilip Kumar.

630 Hit and Super Hit Bollywood Films from 1951 to 2013 - YouTube Videos

Subsequent to them, the film industry had a super star in Rajesh Khanna.

Sholay became the highest grossing film.

Amitabh Bachchan became a super star.

New generation of heroes appeared with Shah Rukh Khan, Amir Khan and Salman Khan.

In the recent period a successful movie is collecting Rs. 100 crore.


Telugu Film Industry

Regional film industry also prospered in India. Madras became the center for films in South Indian languages.

Akkineni Nageswara Rao and N.T. Rama Rao emerged as two popular heroes for a considerable period of time.

Shobhan Babu and Krishna took over from the earlier superheroes. Subsequent to them Chiranjeevi emerged as the top hero. Now he is also not acting in films and the next generation is now acting. Junior NTR, a grandson of NTR with close resemblance to him is one of the popular actors now.

Tamil Film Industry

M.G. Ramachandran and Shivaji Ganeshan became super heroes of Tamil film industry. Right now, Rajinikanth is the superhero.

Kannada Film Industry

Raj Kumar was the super hero of Kannad film industry.




http://legends-tresures.blogspot.in/2012/04/100-years-of-indian-film-industry.html

Sunday, June 15, 2014

Narendra Modi - Biography - Hindi - 16 May 2014



16 मई 2014
चुनाव का  मत गणना के  बाद ये निश्चित हो गया की भारतीय जनता पार्टी बहुमत में आया। मोदी को सब विश्लेषक प्रसंशा देना चालू किया । मोदी ने शाम साथ बजे वडोदरा में जज सभा सम्बोधित किया.  उसके पश्चात वो अहमदाबाद गए और जन सभा को भाषण  दिया।

अहमदाबाद जन सभा
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१७ मई 2014
मोदीजी दिल्ली बारा  बजे पहुञ्चे। भाजपा के मुख्या कार्यालय में पार्टी का संसदीय बोर्ड का बातचीत में लिया। पश्चात वाराणसी के लिए रवाना हो गया।

20 May 2014

भाजपा संसदीय दाल ने नरेंद्र मोदीको दाल का नेता बनाया। नरेंद्र मोदी राष्ट्रपति से मिला और सरकार बनानेका दावा पेश किया। राष्ट्रपति महोदय ने मोदीको प्रधान मंत्री पद  का प्रमाण लेनेके लिए आह्वान

21 May 2014

नरेंद्र मोदी गुजरात की मुख्या मंत्री पद से इस्तीफ़ा दिया।

२६ मई  २०१४

नरेंद्र मोदी प्रमाण स्वीकार करेगा।



15 June 2014
   


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Narendra Modi - Biography with Embedded Videos (16 May 2014 - )



16 May 2014 - The counting of 16 Lok sabha elections was done on 16 May 2014. By 12 noon, it became clear that BJP was getting 272+ seats and getting simple majority on its own. Modi's mission 272+ became a success. Channels were singing praises of Modi's leadership of BJP and his campaign method. Victory celebrations were all around the country.

Narendra Modi himself came on the public stage in the evening of 16th May with a public meeting in Vadodara, the constituency from which he has won the election with a majority of 5,70,000. He told the people of Vadodara that press wanted him to speak before, but he decided that he should first speak only in Vadodara. He promised people good rule for the entire citizens of India. He also commented that there should not enmity in democracy. There is only competition. Government of India is for all people of India irrespective of whom they voted in the election.

Narendra Modi's address as Vadodara on 16 May 2014
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From Vadodara, Modi reached Ahmedabad and addressed a public meeting there also at 9 p.m.

Ahmedabad Rally
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17 May 2014 - Narendra reached Delhi airport around 11 am. From there he went to Headquarters of BJP. He addressed the BJP workers for a very brief time after reaching the headquarters and then went in for the parliamentary board meeting. The president of BJP, Mr. Rajnadh Singh addressed the press conference after the meeting and informed them that BJP parliamentary party meeting will take place on 20th May and Narendra Modi will be elected as the leader of the parliamentary party. Modi told the press people that due to lack of time he was not able to meet them so far. He said press people are his own people and he will meet them as quickly as possible.


Welcome to Narendra Modi at Delhi Airport
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From Delhi, Modi proceeded to Varanasi, the second constituency from which he had won the Lok Sabha election. He reached Varanasi by around 5.30 pm.





11 June 2014

Narendra Modi spoke in the Lok Sabha for the first time as Prime Minister and gave reply on President's speech.

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Speech of Narendra Modi in Rajya Sabha - Reply to the discussion on President's Speech
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Saturday, June 7, 2014

Maharashtra - A State of India - Economy

Maharashtra - A State of India - Economy

Maharashtra - A State of India - Economy

Authors

Education in Maharashtra
 
1994-95 (Esimates)
 
Primary Institutions:    61,303
Enrolment('000):          11,512
 
 
Secondary institutions: 12,562
Enrolment('000):            6,875
 
Higher Education
Institutions:                  1,304
Enrolment('000):           1,388
 
 
 
1993-94
 
Total Population: 841 Lakh
 
Working Population: 339.10 Lakh (1991 census)
 
Factories: 26,102
 
Factory workers: 12,12,000
 
 
Number of Registered Factories, Working Factories,
Factories submitted returns and Workers Employed
2004
State/Union Territory
 
Regis-tered
Fac-tories
 
Working Factories
 
Factories submitted returns
 
Workers employed
(‘000)
 
Andhra Pradesh
37456
28016
9212
764
Assam
2925
1671
308
99
Goa
672
661
538
43
Haryana
9170
9170
1206
558
Karnataka
10063
10063
2550
890
Kerala
18314
18221
3202
408
Madhya Pradesh
12269
7586
722
473
Maharashtra
34763
29332
12473
1235
Meghalaya
74
74
20
4
Orissa
2901
1994
1043
130
Punjab
15055
14670
1442
480
Rajasthan
9711
9711
2543
386
Tamil Nadu
34535
25843
21430
1283
Tripura
1542
1542
122
33
Chandigarh
437
437
313
14
Total
189887
158991
57124
6802
Source : Labour Bureau





Lok Sabha Constituencies

1 - Rajapur 
2 - Ratnagiri 
3 - Kolaba 
4 - Mumbai South 
5 - Mumbai South Central 
6 - Mumbai North Central 
7 - Mumbai North East 
8 - Mumbai North West 
9 - Mumbai North 
10 - Thane 
11 - Dahanu 
12 - Nashik 
13 - Malegaon 
14 - Dhule 
15 - Nandurbar 
16 - Erandol 
17 - Jalgaon 
18 - Buldhana 
19 - Akola 
20 - Washim 
21 - Amravati 
22 - Ramtek 
23 - Nagpur 
24 - Bhandara 
25 - Chimur 
26 - Chandrapur 
27 - Wardha 
28 - Yavatmal 
29 - Hingoli 
30 - Nanded 
31 - Parbhani 
32 - Jalna 
33 - Aurangabad 
34 - Beed 
35 - Latur 
36 - Osmanabad 
37 - Sholapur 
38 - Pandharpur 
39 - Ahmednagar 
40 - Kopargaon 
41 - Khed 
42 - Pune 
43 - Baramati 
44 - Satara 
45 - Karad 
46 - Sangli 
47 - Ichalkaranji 
48 - Kolhapur

Dr. K. B. Hedgewar to Narendra Modi - A Milestone in the Dream of Hedgewar and Friends



Hedgewar was influenced by Hindu Mahasabha.

He questioned why India, the land Hindus came under foreign rule and rule of other religion people. He wanted to organize Hindus as a united group of people willing to fight for their nation state. He started Rashtriya Swayam Sevak Sangh in 1925 with a small group of his friends.  The movement started by him is today a big national organization that in turn was responsible for large number of organizations working in different walks of like including education, agriculture, social service, history, trade unionism, and politics. Bharatiya Janata Party was formed when in Janata Party there was a problem regarding membership of RSS by party members who were earlier with Bharatiya Janasangh.

Narendra Modi, in 2014 Lok Sabha elections led BJP to a simple majority in Lok Sabha and thus for the first time in India, an opposition party which has no connection whatsoever with Indian National Congress came to power. A milestone is reached in the dream of Hedgewar as the organization started by him has the political power to support its activity and movement to unite Indians across the country into intense Nation loving people.

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Friday, June 6, 2014

Maharashtra - Economic Survey - 2013-14



http://mahades.maharashtra.gov.in/files/publication/esm_2013-14_eng.pdf


Presented in the Assembly on 5 June 2014


For 2012-2013
GSDP is Rs. 13,23,768 cr.
Net State Domestic Product is Rs. 11,96,754 cr.
Per capita income is Rs. 1,03,991

Revenue receipts of the State Government are Rs. 1,42,947 cr.

Maharashtra - List of Towns

1 Talode (M Cl) 802640
2 Shahade (M Cl) 802641
3 Nandurbar (M Cl) 802642
4 Nawapur (M Cl) 802643
5 Shirpur-Warwade (M Cl) 802644
6 Dondaicha-Warwade(M Cl) 802645
7 Dhule (M Corp.) 802646
8 Chopda (M Cl) 802647
9 Yawal (M Cl) 802648
10 Faizpur (M Cl) 802649
11 Savda (M Cl) 802650
12 Raver (M Cl) 802651
13 Bhusawal (M Cl) 802652
14 Jalgaon (M Corp.) 802653
15 Erandol (M Cl) 802654
16 Dharangaon (M Cl) 802655
17 Amalner (M Cl) 802656
18 Parola (M Cl) 802657
19 Bhadgaon (M Cl) 802658
20 Chalisgaon(M Cl) 802659
21 Pachora (M Cl) 802660
22 Jamner (M Cl) 802661
23 Jalgaon (Jamod) (M Cl) 802662
24 Shegaon (M Cl) 802663
25 Nandura (M Cl + OG) 802664
26 Nandura (M Cl) 802664
27 Malkapur (M Cl) 802665
28 Khamgaon (M Cl) 802666
29 Mehkar (M Cl) 802667
30 Chikhli (M Cl) 802668
31 Buldana (M Cl) 802669
32 Deulgaon Raja (M Cl) 802670
33 Sindkhed Raja (M Cl) 802671
34 Lonar (M Cl) 802672
35 Telhara (M Cl) 802673
36 Akot (M Cl) 802674
37 Balapur (M Cl) 802675
38 Akola (M Corp.) 802676
39 Murtijapur (M Cl) 802677
40 Patur (M Cl) 802678
41 Mangrulpir (M Cl) 802679
42 Karanja (M Cl) 802680
43 Washim (M Cl) 802681
44 Risod (M Cl) 802682
45 Chikhaldara (M Cl) 802683
46 Anjangaon (M Cl) 802684
47 Achalpur (M Cl) 802685
48 Chandurbazar (M Cl) 802686
49 Morshi (M Cl) 802687
50 Warud (M Cl) 802688
51 Shendurjana (M Cl) 802689
52 Amravati (M Corp.) 802690
53 Daryapur Banosa (M Cl) 802691
54 Chandur Railway (M Cl) 802692
55 Dattapur Dhamangaon (M Cl) 802693
56 Arvi (M Cl) 802694
57 Sindi (M Cl) 802695
58 Wardha (M Cl) 802696
59 Pulgaon (M Cl) 802697
60 Deoli (M Cl) 802698
61 Hinganghat (M Cl) 802699
62 Mowad (M Cl) 802700
63 Narkhed (M Cl) 802701
64 Katol (M Cl) 802702
65 Kalameshwar (M Cl) 802703
66 Mohpa (M Cl) 802704
67 Savner (M Cl) 802705
68 Khapa (M Cl) 802706
69 Ramtek (M Cl) 802707
70 Kamptee (M Cl) 802708
71 Kamptee (CB) 802709
72 Nagpur (M Corp.) 802710
73 Umred (M Cl) 802711
74 Tumsar (M Cl) 802712
75 Bhandara (M Cl) 802713
76 Pauni (M Cl) 802714
77 Tirora (M Cl) 802715
78 Gondiya (M Cl) 802716
79 Desaiganj (M Cl) 802717
80 Gadchiroli (M Cl) 802718
81 Warora (M Cl) 802719
82 Brahmapuri (M Cl) 802720
83 Bhadravati (M Cl) 802721
84 Chandrapur (M Cl) 802722
85 Mul (M Cl) 802723
86 Ballarpur (M Cl) 802724
87 Rajura (M Cl) 802725
88 Ner (M Cl) 802726
89 Yavatmal (M Cl) 802727
90 Darwha (M Cl) 802728
91 Digras (M Cl) 802729
92 Pusad (M Cl) 802730
93 Umarkhed (M Cl) 802731
94 Ghatanji (M Cl) 802732
95 Pandharkaoda (M Cl) 802733
96 Wani (M Cl) 802734
97 Kinwat (M Cl) 802735
98 Hadgaon (M Cl) 802736
99 Nanded Waghala (M Corp.) 802737
100 Mudkhed (M Cl) 802738
101 Bhokar (M Cl) 802739
102 Peth Umri (M Cl) 802740
103 Dharmabad (M Cl) 802741
104 Kundalwadi (M Cl) 802742
105 Biloli (M Cl) 802743
106 Loha (M Cl) 802744
107 Kandhar (M Cl) 802745
108 Mukhed (M Cl) 802746
109 Deglur (M Cl) 802747
110 Hingoli (M Cl) 802748
111 Kalamnuri (M Cl) 802749
112 Basmath (M Cl) 802750
113 Sailu (M Cl) 802751
114 Jintur (M Cl) 802752
115 Parbhani (M Cl) 802753
116 Manwath (M Cl) 802754
117 Pathri (M Cl) 802755
118 Sonpeth (M Cl) 802756
119 Gangakhed (M Cl) 802757
120 Purna (M Cl) 802758
121 Bhokardan (M Cl) 802759
122 Jalna (M Cl) 802760
123 Ambad (M Cl) 802761
124 Partur (M Cl) 802762
125 Kannad (M Cl) 802763
126 Sillod (M Cl) 802764
127 Aurangabad (M Corp.) 802765
128 Aurangabad (CB) 802766
129 Khuldabad (M Cl) 802767
130 Vaijapur (M Cl) 802768
131 Gangapur (M Cl) 802769
132 Paithan (M Cl) 802770
133 Satana (M Cl) 802771
134 Malegaon (M Corp. + OG) 802772
135 Malegaon (M Corp.) 802772
136 Nandgaon (M Cl) 802773
137 Manmad (M Cl) 802774
138 Trimbak (M Cl) 802775
139 Nashik (M Corp.) 802776
140 Deolali (CB) 802777
141 Bhagur (M Cl) 802778
142 Igatpuri (M Cl) 802779
143 Sinnar (M Cl) 802780
144 Yevla (M Cl) 802781
145 Dahanu (M Cl) 802782
146 Jawhar (M Cl) 802783
147 Palghar (M Cl) 802784
148 Vasai-Virar City (M Corp) 802785
149 Mira-Bhayandar (M Corp.) 802786
150 Thane (M Corp.) 802787
151 Navi Mumbai (M Corp.) 802788
152 Bhiwandi Nizampur (M Corp.) 802789
153 Kalyan-Dombivli (M Corp.) 802790
154 Ulhasnagar (M Corp.) 802791
155 Badlapur (M Cl) 802792
156 Ambarnath(M Cl) 802793
157 Greater Mumbai (M Corp.) 802794
158 Greater Mumbai (M Corp.) (Part) 802794
159 Uran (M Cl) 802795
160 Panvel (M Cl) 802796
161 Matheran (M Cl) 802797
162 Karjat (M Cl) 802798
163 Khopoli (M Cl) 802799
164 Pen (M Cl) 802800
165 Alibag (M Cl) 802801
166 Murud Janjira (M Cl) 802802
167 Roha Ashtami (M Cl) 802803
168 Shrivardhan (M Cl) 802804
169 Mahad (M Cl) 802805
170 Junnar (M Cl) 802806
171 Shirur (M Cl) 802807
172 Alandi (M Cl) 802808
173 Talegaon Dabhade (M Cl) 802809
174 Lonavala (M Cl) 802810
175 Pimpri Chinchwad (M Corp.) 802811
176 Dehu Road (CB) 802812
177 Pune (CB) 802813
178 Pune (M Corp.) 802814
179 Kirkee (CB) 802815
180 Daund (M Cl) 802816
181 Sasvad (M Cl) 802817
182 Jejuri (M Cl) 802818
183 Bhor (M Cl) 802819
184 Baramati (M Cl) 802820
185 Indapur (M Cl) 802821
186 Sangamner (M Cl) 802822
187 Kopargaon (M Cl) 802823
188 Shirdi (NP) 802824
189 Rahta Pimplas (M Cl) 802825
190 Shrirampur (M Cl) 802826
191 Pathardi (M Cl) 802827
192 Ahmadnagar (M Corp.) 802828
193 Ahmadnagar (CB) 802829
194 Rahuri (M Cl) 802830
195 Deolali Pravara (M Cl) 802831
196 Shrigonda (M Cl) 802832
197 Georai (M Cl) 802833
198 Manjlegaon (M Cl) 802834
199 Bid (M Cl) 802835
200 Kaij (NP) 802836
201 Dharur (M Cl) 802837
202 Parli (M Cl) 802838
203 Ambejogai (M Cl) 802839
204 Latur (M Cl) 802840
205 Ahmadpur (M Cl) 802841
206 Ausa (M Cl) 802842
207 Nilanga (M Cl) 802843
208 Udgir (M Cl) 802844
209 Paranda (M Cl) 802845
210 Bhum (M Cl) 802846
211 Kalamb (M Cl) 802847
212 Osmanabad (M Cl) 802848
213 Tuljapur (M Cl) 802849
214 Naldurg (M Cl) 802850
215 Murum (M Cl) 802851
216 Umarga (M Cl) 802852
217 Karmala (M Cl) 802853
218 Kurduvadi (M Cl) 802854
219 Barshi (M Cl) 802855
220 Solapur (M Corp.) 802856
221 Pandharpur (M Cl) 802857
222 Sangole (M Cl) 802858
223 Mangalvedhe (M Cl) 802859
224 Akkalkot (M Cl) 802860
225 Maindargi (M Cl) 802861
226 Dudhani (M Cl) 802862
227 Mahabaleshwar (M Cl) 802863
228 Panchgani (M Cl) 802864
229 Wai (M Cl) 802865
230 Phaltan (M Cl) 802866
231 Mhaswad (M Cl) 802867
232 Rahimatpur (M Cl) 802868
233 Satara (M Cl) 802869
234 Karad (M Cl) 802870
235 Malkapur (NP) 802871
236 Dapoli Camp (NP) 802872
237 Khed (M Cl) 802873
238 Chiplun (M Cl) 802874
239 Ratnagiri (M Cl) 802875
240 Rajapur (M Cl) 802876
241 Kankavli (NP) 802877
242 Malwan (M Cl) 802878
243 Vengurla (M Cl) 802879
244 Sawantwadi (M Cl) 802880
245 Malkapur (M Cl) 802881
246 Panhala (M Cl) 802882
247 Vadgaon Kasba (M Cl) 802883
248 Ichalkaranji (M Cl) 802884
249 Jaysingpur (M Cl) 802885
250 Kurundvad (M Cl) 802886
251 Kolhapur (M Corp.) 802887
252 Kagal (M Cl) 802888
253 Murgud (M Cl) 802889
254 Gadhinglaj (M Cl) 802890
255 Uran Islampur (M Cl) 802891
256 Ashta (M Cl) 802892
257 Vita (M Cl) 802893
258 Tasgaon (M Cl) 802894
259 Sangli Miraj Kupwad (M Corp.) 802895


Source: http://censusindia.gov.in/2011census/Listofvillagesandtowns.aspx