Manager of Nashik Rd St Xavier’s passes away

  • | Monday | 25th September, 2023

Nashik: Father Dionysius Lobo, the manager of St Xaviers High School, Nashik Road, passed away on Sunday morning following a cardiac stroke.The news of his demise came as a shock to many in the field of education. A large number of people from across the city and other places paid their respects at the Shrine of Infant Jesus, where 78-year-old Father Lobos body was kept on Sunday.Fr Errol Fernandes, the chaplain of Shrine of Infant Jesus, Nashik Road said the funeral mass will be at 10am on Monday at the shrine. The Bishop of Nashik, Rt. Rev Lourdes Daniel, will be the main celebrant. The funeral will take place at the Christian cemetery in the city in the presence of Provincial Father Anil Pereira of Bombay Jesuits Society at 10.30am Monday.Father Lobo was in the field of education for the past 55 years and worked as a principal in many schools in Talasari. He had been the manager of St. Xaviers High School Nashik Road since 2015 and is also credited in converting St Xaviers High School from the state board to ICSE. We also published the following articles recentlyDownpour lashes Nashik city, several parts of districtNashik city and rural parts of Nashik district experienced heavy rainfall, resulting in water logging and traffic disruptions. The water resources department released water from the Gangapur dam due to the rains, and the civic body issued a caution to residents in low-lying areas. The India Meteorological Department issued a yellow alert for the district for the next two days. Recent heavy rainfall in Nashik district has increased water levels in dams, benefiting the agriculture sector. Other regions in India, including Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh, and Himachal Pradesh, have also experienced heavy rainfall and released excess water from dams.Mandal in Nashiks Ravivar Peth uses road accidents as themeThe Sunder Narayan Mitra Mandal Trust has chosen the theme of rising accidents and fatalities for their Ganesh pandal in Nashik. The pandal showcases the importance of safe driving and has life-size statues representing road accident victims to create awareness. The mandal president, Sagar Deshmukh, highlighted bad driving habits and poor infrastructure as causes of accidents. The trust aims to appeal to citizens to contribute towards safe driving and the safety of others.No onion auctions at 15 Nashik APMCsOnion auctions were halted at 15 APMCs in Nashik as traders began an indefinite strike against the sale of onion buffer stock by two central agencies. The strike affected trade worth around Rs 20 crore on the first day. Traders want the buffer stock to be sold in retail markets or ration shops instead of APMCs. The stir has impacted farmers who are unable to sell their produce. The state agriculture and market department have urged all traders to resume onion auctions.

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