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18-yr-old dies as live wire falls on him

Police on Thursday handed over the body to the family members after postmortem and initiated investigation into the matter after lodging a case in this connection under section 174 of Cr. P.”
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<!–end of artlbotbor–><!–end of artlsocl–>Written ByRajiv Saxena <!–end of artlbotbor–>Friday 29 December 2017 4:19 ISTMust readIn Ajmer, Congress playing waiting gameRajasthan govt needs more time for decision on farmer ease?<!–end of artlmustredbx–><!–end of articllftpbx–>A 15-year-old boy was electrocuted while his aunt suffered serious burns as a 11 KV live wire fell over them in Sameli Kalyan village under Raipur police station of Jhalawar district on Thursday. The victim identified as Arjun Meena (15), a resident of Salari village under Raipur police station, along with his maternal aunt Ghisebai (35) and cousin Devnarayan (15) were going to their agriculture field on a motorbike on Thursday. As they were passing through the paved path between the fields near Sameli Kalyan village, a 11KV power live wire fell over them. Arjun Meena died instantaneously while the other two were rescued by the villagers. The woman however sustained burns and she is undergoing medical treatment at CHC, Raipur.Police on Thursday handed over the body to the family members after postmortem and initiated investigation into the matter after lodging a case in this connection under section 174 of Cr. P.

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Case against ex-min Jitendra Singh

Bundi City police on Thursday lodged a case against ex-union minister Bhanwar Jitendra Singh and two others under various sections of IPC allegedly for stacking his claim over the erstwhile Bundi state property by producing counterfeit and forged will papers of Bundi state.The case was today lodged on a registered post-complaint by one Avinash Kumar Chandana, a resident of Delhi. On the registered post received earlier this month, police today lodged a case under sections 420, 467, 468, 471 and 120 (B) of IPC against Bhanwar Jiterndra Singh, and two others Srinath Singh and Vijendra Singh, both residents of Bundi, CI Bundi city Ramnath Singh said. Chandana in the complaint claimed Rao Ranjeet Singh, the last member of Bundi royal family before his death declared him his successor with the property papers under his name. Bhanwar Jitendra Singh in conspiracy with the two other fabricated forged and counterfeit will papers and stuck Jitendra Singh’s claim and possession of the property, Chandana alleged in the complaint, the CI said. Notably, Avinash Kumar Chandana was one of the very close friends of late Ranjeet Singh, the last member of Bundi royal family. Ranjeet Singh also reportedly spent his last days at Avinash Chandana’s residence in Delhi and eventually died in January 2010 leaving no inborn successor of Bundi royal state. Bhanwar Jitendra Singh, the ex-union minister and members of Alwar royal family is the son of Ranjeet Singh’s only sister Mahendra Kumari and thus he is in Bundi accepted as the legal successor of the royal family and property. Avinash Kumar Chandana earlier also filed a case on property issue.

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Alternate set up being made to handle the ailing in Kota

Amid the ongoing state-wide strike by doctors in the state, health services across the four districts of Kota region have been thrown out of gear. The situation in district hospitals, community health centres and primary health centres in rural areas is worse, however nine doctors from Kota medical college have been deployed in government hospitals in Baran and Bundi where under alternative arrangements, they are tackling the patients along with AYUSH doctors.“The situation is very difficult to handle as 250 residents, 60 senior residents and 17 medical officers who were extending services are on strike,” said Dr PK Tiwari, superintendent, MBS Hospital, Kota. As alternative arrangement, teachers, faculties and non teaching staff from Kota Medical College have been deployed to handle the patients, he said adding that surgeries have been suspended and only emergency cases are being treated.The medical and health services are not so adversely affected in Medical college as they are in district hospitals and at CHCs and PHCs in rural areas, said Dr Devendra Vijayvergiya, superintendent, Kota medical college.CM plays anchorThe CM said to have convinced the union petroleum minister that since Rajasthan is going to set up oil refinery and its oil reserves would last for years, it is essential to find new reserves in Jaisalmer and Barmer basins.

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Students from Kota bag four gold medals and two silver medals in IJSO

Students from Kota based institute have bagged four gold and two silver medals in 14th International Junior Science Olympiad (IJSO) -2017 held in Netherlands from December 3 to 12, 2017. In IJSO-2016, 4 students of the same institute in Kota won the gold medal.International Junior Science Olympiad (IJSO) is a major international academic competition held annually and the only international academic competition that covers physics, chemistry, and biology at the same time. The competition is known for its intricacy as it requires a wide knowledge range of knowledge in all three subjects.Director of the institute Brajesh Maheshwari said “About 300 meritorious students aged upto15 years, from 50 countries participated in IJSO-2017 wherein 6 students, all from our Institute represented India. Mudita Goyal, Akhil Jain, Subarno Nath Roy and KunalSamanta won gold medal whereas Niyati Mehta and Aadarshraj Sah bagged silver and brought glory to the nation, Maheshwari said. This is the first time that six students, all from a single Institute represented India in an International level competition and won gold and silver medals, he added.The aim of IJSO is to encourage the development of scientific knowledge within precocious and talented students, while allowing them to both cooperate and socialize with each other.The Junior Science Olympiad program is conducted in 5 stages. The first stage is National Standard Examination in Junior Science (NSEJS), followed by Indian National Junior Science Olympiad (INJSO) in which 36 students from all over the country are selected.The third stage is Orientation cum Selection Camp (OCSC) in junior science in which 6 students are selected for the final round, these 6 students represent India at International Level, the fourth stage is Pre-departure Training Camp (PDT).The final stage is International Junior Science Olympiad (IJSO) which consists of three tests, done on different days.

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KEDL organises meet to dispose doubts on smart meters

Amid rising protest against the installation of smart meters in Kota city, Kota Electricity Distribution Limited (KEDL) on Sunday evening organised a consumer meet on the benefits of Smart Meter. KEDL team comprising of technical experts, through a PowerPoint Presentation, explained how a consumer gets all the information about his power consumption easily on his mobile or laptop after installing a Smart Meter.The consumers can also keep a track of the electricity savings as this information is available in every 15 minutes of power consumption. With the smart meter, a meter reader is also not required to take the readings at the consumer’s residence. Furthermore, there is absolutely no possibility of error in bill reading due to human negligence.The experts also informed the consumer does not have to bother to file a complaint if power is shut down as the Smart Meter automatically updates the information at the company’s command station.Meanwhile, the locals in the city have been protesting against the installation of smart meters in the city alleging the smart meters records high reading of power consumption. Locals in various areas of the city have formed separate ‘Sangarsh Samitis’ to fight against the installation of smart meters.‘Smart meters are the machine of robbery and the government has given a free hand to the private company to loot the public’, told Brajesh Vijayvergya, spokesperson of a protesting group against smart meters. The smart meter runs fast and records very reading but the private company is covering this fact and highlighting only the technical benefits of the smart meters, he said. Brajesh Vijay also pointed out that the smart meters are being installed only in those localities where the consumers pay bills regularly while it has left the localities developed on encroachment areas where people do not pay any electric bills.The public is forced for installation of smart meters and it is unfortunate that no public representative is coming up for public support, told OP Saxena, a resident of Dadabari area. ‘Smart meter is a tool to open loot from the public in the name of consumption’, he said adding the power company and the government should first ensure payment from the consumers as a large number of power consumers still do not pay bills in encroachment localities. Protest by local residentsThe locals in the city have been protesting against the installation of smart meters alleging the they records high reading of consumption. Locals in various areas have formed separate ‘Sangarsh Samitis’ to fight against the installation of smart meters. ‘Smart meters are the machine of robbery and the government has given a free hand to the private company to loot the public’, told Brajesh Vijayvergya, spokesperson of a protesting group against smart meters.

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Two held for blackmailing and extortion in Kota

Two people were arrested in Kota on the charge of blackmailing and extorting money from a businessman. The accused were today produced before the court that sent them to judicial custody.One of the two accused Monu alias Ashish Nama (35), a resident of Dadabari area of Kota on Friday noon called Rajesh Jain, a local businessman, to his home and assured him that he would get back Rs. 7 lakh that he had lent to Gyanesh Jain who was refusing to repay. On the pretext of repaying him, Nama took Jain to a house where he also called a woman named Afshana alias Rekha alias Khushabu (29). While the three were in a room, Nama forcibly took obscene pictures and made video clips of Jain with Afshana on his mobile and demanded Rs. 5 lakh otherwise they threatened they would circulate the pictures and video.Jain tried arrange money but in the meantime he gave the slip and escaped. The victim allegedly that he had to run from pillar to post for getting report registered at a police station. With no police station prepared to lodge his report, he , through friends contacted home minster and at his intervention that the local police agreed to register his FIR.

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Jilted ex-fiance kills 18-year-old girl

An 18-year-old girl on Friday evening was allegedly stabbed to death by her ex-fiance in Nehrunagar area under Bheemganj police station.The indicent took place when the victim Shahinoor, a resident of Nehrunagar area, was going take Urdu tuition. The accussed Sabir was waiting outside the coaching centre and as soon as Shahinoor emerged he attacked her with knife. According to police, th girl sustained about 8 – 9 knife injuries on her body and was rushed to Maharao Bheem Singh (MBS) hospital where she succumbed to her injuries.The victim was engaged to the accused a few months ago but the engagement was soon broken off. The accused, booked under section 302 of IPC, has been arrested. The girl’s body has been placed in the mortuary of MBS hospital for the postmortem to be carried out tomorrow morning. It happened…The indicent took place when the victim Shahinoor, a resident of Nehrunagar area, was going take Urdu tuition. The victim was engaged to the accused a few months ago but the engagement was soon broken off.

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Youth’s abduction & assault spark tension

Tension erupted in Ramganjmandi town of Kota district after a 20-year-old youth was abducted and later after thrashing and beating, he was released by the accused in the evening.A large number of people including the family members and relatives of the victim assembled at the police station demanding immediate arrest of the accused.The youth, a resident of Yadav Mohalla in Ramganjmandi was on Thursday evening abducted from near his house by some motorbike-borne youths, told a police personnel at Ramganjmandi police station. The youth was later released and he straightly approached the police station and narrated the incident, he said. The victim has named four youths and two other unidentified persons, all from a particular community who abducted him, the police personnel said. Around 40 to 50 people assembled at the police station demanding immediate arrest of the accused in the matter.
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Two minor raped in Jhalawar

Two minor girls, both daily wage labourers were raped by two youths on Sunday, also labourers with them in Jhalawar district following which mother of one of the victim’s, on Tuesday, evening lodged a case of rape against the two accused in Mahila police station of Jhalawar district. The accused youths are absconding after the case was lodged against them.A 17 years old girl and her 14-year-old friend, both from Bheel community and residents of Jhalawar city were on Sunday raped by two youths, residents of Jhalrapatan town of the district, told SHO at Mahila Police station, Kamal Chand Meena. The two minor victims are daily wage labourers and the two accused youths work with them on construction sites, he said. One of the two youths, on Sunday noon, took both the girls with him on motorbike to a deserted place at Growth Centre in industrial area on outskirt of Jhalrapatan town, where the other accused, his friend was already present, the SHO said adding the each of the two youths raped the two girls there. The youths later took the girls to local fair at Jhalrapatan town and late night on the same day, they dropped the two girls to their residential area. The two minor girls are neighbors in Jhalawar city and are well known to the accused youths as they work together. The two minor girls next morning narrated the incident to their mother following which after sending a day in inquiry and discussion among relatives, mother of one of the victims approached the Mahila police station on Tuesday evening and lodged a case against the two youths, the SHO said.
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Bride-to-be refuses to marry over demand for dowry

A bride-to-be, dentist by profession on Sunday dared to refuse to marry the groom-to-be, who along with his parents demanded dowry of around one crore before solemnising the nuptial knot. The father of the bride-to-be on Monday lodged a case against the groom-to-be and his parents in this connection at Nayapura police station following which police initiated investigation.Dr Rashi, a dentist by profession and daughter of Dr Anil Saxena, a senior professor at TB and chest department in Medical College, Kota was set to solemnise nuptial knot on Sunday evening with Dr Saksham Saxena, also an assistant professor in medical college in Moradabad in Uttar Pradesh. The Barat was staying in luxurious heritage hotel. Noticing the glory and glamour of the bride’s family, the groom and his parents were hit by the greed and demanded more cash, gold and silver jewellery worth around one crore for the marriage. The sudden demand for high dowry by the groom-to-be and his parents before the marriage left us in deep shock with tears in our eyes, told Dr Anil Saxena He and his wife Rashmi, approached their daughter and narrated her the whole incident, following which she spoke to her groom-to-be on phone. On finding him unmoved from his demand, she straightly refused to marry for the greed of dowry, Dr Anil Saxena said. Police have today received a report from Dr Anil Saxena against the groom- to-be and his family members but no case has been lodged in the matter so far as investigation on the report is underway, told Harish Bharti, Circle In charge (CI) at Nayapura police station.
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Gang involved in 14 burglaries busted in Kota, eight arrested

Stamping success, Kota city police on Saturday busted a gang of burglars and arrested eight members of the gang, unearthing about 14 incidents of burglary in New Delhi, Ujjan and cities of West Bengal and Tripura including three in Kota last month. The gang hails from Ghorasan town and nearby areas of Champran district in Bihar. SP city, Anshuman Bhomia told that senior police officials of Kota range took a serious note on the three incidents of burglary in Gumanpura and Dadabari police station areas of the city last month. Two police teams headed by sub inspector, Anand Yadav and technical expert, Pratap Singh were formed to probe into the incidents and following the investigation, the police reached the gang and busted. Eight members of the gang, Arun Saha (45), Shyambabu (28), Babbu Saha (32), Santosh Choudhary (32), Anil Kumar (37), Chandan Kumar (37), Aryan Kumar (20) and Rambabu (41), all residents of Motihari district in East Champaran. Hundred of people from several villages around Ghorasan town and nearby areas in East of Champran district in Bihar are engaged in burglary committing the crimes in various cities in Nepal and India, the SP city told.
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Man held on charge of minor daughter rape

A man has been arrested on the alleged charge of repeatedly raping his seven-year-old girl of in Jhalawar. This is the third incident of rape of a minor girl in the last six days in the district.According to police, victim’s mother had died and she was living with father. The Child Welfare Committee (CWC) came to know about the incident when the girl stopped attending Aanganwadi centre. A Aanganwadi worker went to her home where she narrated her ordeal. On the report by the CWC, a case under section 376 of IPC and section of POASO Act was yesterday lodged against the accused father Mohammed Rayees, who would be produced before the court today, he added. The victim is currently undergoing medical treatment at government woman hospital in Jhalawar and her condition is stated to be out of danger.This is the third incident of rape of a minor in the last six days. On November 26, a 12-year-old girl of Meena community, a class 6th student was allegedly raped by a neighbourhood youth. On November 28, a 10-year-old girl of Mehar community was allegedly raped and murdered in Dug town of Jhalawar district.
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Like film script, two brothers unite with family after 9 yrs

The two brothers were later rescued by CWC Ujjain and were sent to children shelter home of the city where they stayed till they were sent to Foster Care Centre in Chittorgarh in Rajasthan a few months ago. Anil could recall only the name of his village Tilaswa. During the investigation in the matter it was found out that two minor boys had gone missing from around eight to nine years ago from a Rao’s home and following which their mother Dhapubai was traced. During the counseling, the rescued brother Anil narrated that he along with his brother Sunil were sent by Foster Centre to skill development training by ICICI bank in Kanpur where he could not stay and ran away from the skill development centre and was rescued by CWC Kota from railway station last month. On this disclosure, the elder brother Sunil was also traced and called to Kota. The two brothers through the inborn identical marks and characteristics on their bodies were confirmed to be the sons of Dhapubai, the CWC chairperson said.”
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<!–end of artlbotbor–><!–end of artlsocl–>Written ByRajiv Saxena <!–end of artlbotbor–>Friday 1 December 2017 7:00 ISTMust readDon’t treat people as files, CM Vasundhara Raje warns officialsJansamwad paves way for development in Jhunjhunu<!–end of artlmustredbx–><!–end of articllftpbx–>Like a Bollywood script two brothers separated from their mother and maternal grandmother about eight to nine years ago from Tilaswa village in Bhilwara district of Rajasthan were reunited with the family by Child Welfare Committee, Kota on Wednesday. 16-year-old Anil was rescued from Kota railway station on October 28 and during the preliminary investigation and counseling by CWC, he narrated a chain of events that led to trace his elder brother Sunil and mother Dhapubai, said Harish Gurubaxani, chairman CWC, Kota. Anil narrated that he and his brother Sunil about 8 to 9 years ago had left their maternal grandmother’s home in Tilaswa village in Bhilwara district for the fear of punishment by maternal uncles whose goats had gone missing in the jungle while the two brothers were grazing them, Gurubaxani said.The two brothers were later rescued by CWC Ujjain and were sent to children shelter home of the city where they stayed till they were sent to Foster Care Centre in Chittorgarh in Rajasthan a few months ago. Anil could recall only the name of his village Tilaswa. During the investigation in the matter it was found out that two minor boys had gone missing from around eight to nine years ago from a Rao’s home and following which their mother Dhapubai was traced. During the counseling, the rescued brother Anil narrated that he along with his brother Sunil were sent by Foster Centre to skill development training by ICICI bank in Kanpur where he could not stay and ran away from the skill development centre and was rescued by CWC Kota from railway station last month. On this disclosure, the elder brother Sunil was also traced and called to Kota. The two brothers through the inborn identical marks and characteristics on their bodies were confirmed to be the sons of Dhapubai, the CWC chairperson said.
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Cooking up a mantra to deal with stress

Two women lawyers have devised a novel way to help students at Kota coaching institutes to help them cope with depression, loneliness and other pressures.Isha Yadav, a native to Rewadi town in Haryana who has quit her government job in DMC to pursue the social cause and her friend Sujata Dhaniya, who also left her flourishing legal practice in Jaipur, have set up food corner in the city where they sell cheap home-cooked food. The motive is to help coaching students deal with depression and suicidal tendencies through nutritious food.The two are now cooking food at their food corner in Kota and also giving life tips and success mantras to the students coming to take food at their food corner. Both the friends are serving homemade one plate of Idly, Sāmbhar, Rajma and rice for the fair price of Rs. 40. “After my elder sister died of blood cancer at a very young age, my father went into deep depression and I decided to end up my life, but instantly a voice from inside prevented me asking not to give up but to fight,,” said Isha.That very thought of ‘not to give up prompted her to pursue law studies and then to take up a government job as a law officer in DMC but she wanted to do something different and that is too for society. Eventually after 2 and a half years, after completing her domestic responsibilities, she decided to set up an NGO and landed in Kota to help the coaching students deal with depression and suicidal tendencies by giving them tips of healthy and energetic life. Isha asked several of her friends to join her in the social cause but it only Sujata came forward and arrived in Kota to share her social responsibility.It were reports of suicides in Kota that compelled her to move to Kota and help the students, Isha said, adding the students tend to stop for a while at food centre to take food and during that period, both of them try to provide counselling to them, she said.Serving society“After my elder sister died of blood cancer at a very young age, my father went into deep depression and I decided to end up my life, but instantly a voice from inside prevented me asking not to give up but to fight,” said Isha. That very thought of ‘not to give up prompted her to pursue law studies. But she wanted to do something to help the society.
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Youth dies in Kota after falling in well

A 20-year-old youth on Wednesday morning was killed while his 22 years old friend was rescued after they had accidentally fallen into a deep well in an agriculture field near Bishniya Khedi village of Kota district.The two youths along with three other friends at around 2.30 today morning had boarded a passenger train from Kota Railway Station for Ramganjmandi town but being in sleep, missed to get off at station following which they pulled the chain to stop the train and got off near Bishniya Khedi village.The two fell into the well while they were crossing the agriculture field.Five friends, all catering labourers from Kota city, were travelling to Ramganjmandi town at around 2.30 today early morning, told Manoj Sikerwal, SHO at Ramganjmandi police station.The five missed to get off the train at Ramganjmandi railway station following which they pulled the chain and jumped into an agriculture field near village, he said adding two of the five youths identified as Aniket Bairwa and Rajesh Prajapat), both residents of in Kota, could not notice the well in the field due to darkness and fell into the deep well.Police on information reached the spot and two constables climbed down into the well with ropes and succeeded to rescue but Aniket’s body had drowned deep into the water.
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ISI forcing J&K Gujjars into militancy: Eshfaq-ur Rehman Posawal

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>The Gujjar community is facing a serious threat from Pakistan’s ISI and its sponsored terrorists. Gujjar leader from J&K and BJP contestant from Karnah in state assembly election in 2014, Eshfaq-ur Rehman Posawal, who is in Kota these days, said conditions are being created in J&K to force Gujjars to join militancy and added that this threat has been further intensified after the recent release of Hafiz Saeed.“It is unfortunate the in last two years since 1947, the militant weapons have been recovered from the people of Gujjar community in J&K and it is the sign of forced conversion into militancy, Poswal said.He has been garnering support from Gujjar community from across the country to counter the threat and to give a suitable reply, he said and added he held interaction with Gujjar leaders in Jhalawar on Sunday and held a meeting with BJP MLA from Kota North Phralad Gunjal. Poswal said to counter the threat and to seek support from the Gujjar community of other states, he is set to organise anti-terrorist conference in Kota next month. Poswal said he held a meeting with army chief Lt General Bipin Rawat last month and requested him to set up up a Gujjar regiment to take on the Pak sponsored terrorism along the Line of Control (LoC).Poswal further said BJP MLA from Kota North and Gujjar leader Prahlad Gunjal has assured him to extend all kind of support to Gujjars in J&K.

Narendra Modi Mobile App works wonder for Rajasthan farmers

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Narendra Modi Mobile App has helped hundreds of Bundi farmers get crores of rupees as compensation under the new Land Acquisition Act.The compensation, which is four times more than what it used to be in past, was made possible when the farmers concerned uploaded their complaints on Narendra Modi Mobile App and the solution came the next month.At least 216.612 hectares of land in Bundi district out of a total 465.263 hectares was acquired for 204km long national highway 148 D from Gulabpura to Uniyara in Tonk district.Now, the highway has become the first highway where the farmers have been compensated according to the amended compensation rules for acquired agriculture land as per Land Acquisition, Rehabilitation and Resettlement Act 2013. The highway passes through several villages of Hindoli and Nainwa sub-divisions of the district including Jajawar, Runija, Bundi ka Gothra, Rajlawata, Ovan, Basoli.National highway 148 D is the first highway in the state where the government has compensated the farmers as per new land acquisition Act 2013, said ADM (Sealing) Mamta Tiwari. A total compensation for the acquired land in Bundi district was estimated to Rs. 29.31 crore and Rs 17. 84 crore has been distributed among the farmers, she added.It was Dixant Soni of Jajawar village of Bundi among the few active farmers who in August 2016 downloaded Narendra Modi Mobile App. The farmers were not satisfied with government’s calculation of compensation as per the previous land acquisition Act while the new Act for the same was in place.

Bank ATM with Rs 4-5 lakh stolen in Bundi

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Dodging the police, unidentified miscreants, on intervening Tuesday night plucked an ATM machine containing about Rs 4-5 lakh installed at Central Bank of India branch on Nainwa road in Bundi and fled away by a loading transport vehicle which was also lifted from about 100 meters in the same area. Around four to five youths with covered faces were visible on the CCTV camera.On the report by the bank manager, a case has been lodged.According to Police officials, no night watchman was deployed at the ATM kiosk and the ATM was open to any kind of risk, theft or robbery like incident.The unidentified youths first disconnected the electric supply of the kiosk and plucked out the machine within minutes and fled away by a loading transport vehicle, DSP said and added a loading transport vehicle was last night also lifted (stolen) by unidentified miscreants from about 100 meters away on the same road and police is moving on the investigation with interlinking both the incidents. An employee of the bank, while on the morning walk today morning, noticed the ATM machine missing from the kiosk following which he informed the senior bank branch officials and the police, told CBI bank branch manager Pramod Kumar Ghatiya. The ATM machine, at the time of the incident, is likely to be containing about 4 to 5 lakhs as the ATM was loaded with currency notes two to three days ago, the manager said.

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JVVNL staff caught taking bribe in Baran

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Two helpers posted a Jaipur Vidyut Vitran Nigam Limited (JVVNL) office at Kishanganj town of Baran district were today noon arrested by a sleuth of Anti Corruption Bureau (ACB), Baran for allegedly accepting a bribe of Rs 2000.The two had demanded the bribe for reconnecting the electric supply line to a residence in nearby Ranibarode village. The two accused would be produced before ACB court on Friday.ASP, ACB, Baran Rajendra Singh Gogawat told two helpers identified as Shaanu and Iqbal Hussain, posted at JVVNL office in Kishanganj town were today arrested from their office after they had accepted a bribe of Rs. 2000 from one Rajendra Gujjar. The two helpers had demanded a bribe of Rs. 6000 from Gujjar to reconnect his electricity supply connection to his residence which had been disconnected from electric supply a few days ago due to nonpayment of an electric bill, the ASP added. The two helpers approached Gujjar after the disconnection of electricity supply and demanded Rs. 6000 to reconnect the supply line unofficially.

Two PF inspectors held taking bribe

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Two enforcement inspectors of Provident Fund department were on Wednesday late evening arrested by a sleuth of Anti Corruption Bureau (ACB), Kota after they had accepted a bribe of Rs. 25000 from a proprietor of security agency for settling the PF related matter of the employees of the agency. The two were today produced before the ACB court that ordered to send them to judicial custody.The two enforcement inspectors o, identified as Nalin Kumar Bhatt, a native to Jaipur but currently posted in regional PF office in Kota and Suresh Saini were yesterday evening caught after they had accepted a bribe of Rs. 25000 from one Gobri Lal who runs a security agency in Kansuva area of the city, told Chandrasheel Thakur, ASP (ACB), Kota. The two had a few days ago reached the security agency office in Kanswa to inspect the documents and on finding irregularities and not deposition of TDS of the employees, the two officials asked for the penalty and cancellation of agency’s license but also offered to sort out the matter with a bribe of Rs. 50,000, ASP Thakur said.

2 lakh students opting for agriculture courses in India: Gajendra Singh Shekhawat

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Union minister of state for agriculture and farmers welfare Gajendra Singh Shekhawat stressed the need to take up market-centered approach for the farmers to double their income by 2022 in view of rapid global transformations and claimed India is a leading food production country in the world. Union state minister Shekhawat was on Wednesday speaking in two-day international agriculture conference held in Career Point auditorium in Kota.Declining one more green revolution in the country, Shekhawat stressed on the need to focus on global marketing and added a fresh revolution in agriculture can be initiated only through transformation. He informed that MoUs worth Rs about 124 lakhs corers have been signed for setting up various types of processing units. India is matchless in milk production and leading one in food production.Shekhawat said efforts would be made to knock the doors of 104 agro-industries of the country and to bring out technology and research to the land. The natural resources for agriculture should be identified and make their best use, he said.The minister referred to the olive tea production in the state and said it is helpful to cure 12 types of cancer. The minister informed about 2.50 lakhs students are currently undergoing agriculture courses in the country and the ministry is chalking out a strategy to contact to at least one lakhs of these students and to build up a workforce that can move among the farmers regularly and transfer them value addition and new techniques. Kota –Bundi MP Om Birla, Kota university vice-chancellor Dr PK Dashora, Mou signedShekhawat informed that MoUs worth Rs about 124 lakhs corers have been signed for setting up various types of processing units. India is matchless in milk production and leading one in food production

Teenager killed in Kota road accident

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>A 17-year-old youth was late on Tuesday killed while his friend of about same age sustained severe injuries after the scooter they were riding on rammed from behind into a heavily loaded stationary truck, parked on the wrong side of the road near cable bridge under Kunhari police station area of the city. The body was handed over to the family members after postmortem today morning while the other injured is undergoing medical treatment at a private hospital.The deceased teen was identified as Muktak Jain (17), a resident of Parshavnath Farm of the city, said Srichand Singh, Circle in-Charge (CI), Kunhari police station. The deceased teen along with his friend Sanjay Jain (about 17 -18) had gone on scooter to visit cable bridge yesterday afternoon when their scooter rammed from behind into a heavily loaded stationary truck, the CI said. The two sustained severe injuries in the mishap and were rushed to a private hospital where Muktak Jain succumbed to his injuries late in the evening, he said. The other one is still undergoing treatment, he added.

Death penalty to three in 2012 gang rape, murder case

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Schedule Caste and Schedule Tribe (SC/ST) special court on Tuesday sentenced three youths to the death penalty for raping a 30-year-old woman and murdering her along with her minor son. The court also imposed a fine of Rs 75,000 on each of them under various sections of IPC, Arms Act and SC/ST Act. The three were booked in December 2012, in Udhyog Nagar police station of the city for charges of robbery, gang rape and murder. Special SC/ST court judge Girish Kumar Agrawal convicted Kapil alias Anna, Imran alias Dilliwala, both residents of Udhyog Nagar area of Kota city and Tipu alias Sultan alias Aabeed of Tonk district to death penalty under section 302/34 of IPC, told special public prosecutor (SPP), SC/ST court, Kota Kamal Kant Sharma. All the three convicts are about 25-27 years old, he added. The court also sentenced the three to 10 years of imprisonment and imposed a fine of Rs. 20,000 over each of the three under section 376/2G and seven years of separate imprisonment under section 397 of IPC, the SPP said. The three were also convicted to life imprisonment and a fine of Rs. 20,000 under sections of SC/ST Act besides 10 years in jail and a fine of Rs. 20,000 under section 460 of IPC and three years imprisonment and fine of Rs. 5,000 under section 3 of SC/ST Act and fine of Rs. 10,000 under sections of Arms Act, SPP Sharma said.The three convicts, in December 2012 broke into the house of Shiva Koli at around 2 o’clock at night and looted the jewelry, cash and other items and gang-raped Shiva’s 30 years old wife who was sleeping with her minor son in the room, the special public prosecutor said. The three convicts then shot down the woman and the son and fled away after placing the minor son’s dead body into a box, he added. Udhyognagar police on December 6, 2012, lodged a case in this connection under various sections of IPC, SC/ST Act and Arms Act and following the investigation arrested the three who are still in jail as they were not granted the bail. Total 35 witnesses were produced and 130 documents were submitted to the court during the trial, the SPP added.​

Congress never worked for farmers, says Prabhu Lal Saini

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Lashing out at the Congress in the state for its agitation for farmers loan waive, state agriculture and animal husbandry minister Prabhu Lal Saini said that Congress has never concerned for the farmers of the country in 52 years of its rule in 70 years of independence.It is the rising graph of Bhartiya Janta Party (BJP) in the country as well as in the state that has forced Congress to think and concern of the farmers, as the opposition Congress is desperately thrashing out for the rule. On Wednesday Saini was addressing a public meeting in Kuwarti Barda in Bundi after inaugurating new Krishi Upaj Mandi, special category, newly constructed which Is developed with the cost of Rs 3.10 corers in 368.06 bighas of land.The state agriculture minister assured that for the next 15 years, there is no alternative for BJP in the state as well as in the country.The farmers loan up to Rs. 50,000 would be waived off as soon as the report from the high power committee constituted for the purpose is received.Prime minister Narendra Modi led central government is committed to double the income of farmers by the years 2022, the 75 independence anniversary year of the country. Currently, 25 Mandis of the state are linked with NAM, he informed and said the farmers connected with E sale, purchase, and payment with outstanding performance would be awarded by the state government.The agriculture minister also announced the compensation for the snake bite death would be given to the family of the concerned deceased after three months even if the FSL report in the matter is not received.The agriculture minister also informed Rajasthan is globally among the top positions for olive cultivation and the state government has signed MoUs with the foreign companies for olive tea and oil.

Stung by superstition, families perform tantric rituals at hosp

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Even in an age of remarkable scientific advancement and accomplishments, superstition and trust in tantrics and black magic practices rule the psyche of the masses. Two families in intervals reached MBS Hospital and performed tantric rituals allegedly to ‘liberate the wandering spirit’ of an old man and a woman who have died three months and three years ago respectively during treatment in the hospital.The two families went back home after performing rituals, but no complaint was registered and no action was taken in this regard.The family members of one Chelaram, a resident of Hindoli town of Bundi district, who died while undergoing treatment about three months ago in the hospital, along with a tantric reached MBS Hospital on Tuesday and performed tantric rituals around flaming altar at the main entrance gate of the hospital. Dulichand, the brother of the deceased said that he had repeatedly been dreaming of his deceased brother pleading him to liberate his wandering spirit from the hospital.The family members said that Shivdas, the son the deceased, is also constantly experiencing hiccups since the death his father just because of the wandering spirit.“After the police check post at MBS hospital was informed of the incident, police personnel reached the spot and asked them to immediately to leave the place,” said a police personnel at MBS police check post.Tantric rituals at the main gate continued for about half an hour with people around along with some hospital staff looked on. The family members were contended to have liberated the wandering spirit. In similar incident, hardly after around an hour, the family of Meera, a woman from Savar town who died during treatment at the same hospital three years ago,too performed tantric rituals in outdoor gallery of the hospital.According to family members, Meera’s spirit is still wandering even after three years of her death and added they have performed the rituals to liberate her soul.When contacted, Dr PK Tiwari, superintendent, MBS hospital said, “I was informed of the incident, but there is no rule or regulation for the prevention of such type of activities,” he said, adding that if someone is noticed indulging in such rituals in hospital premises, he is driven out by guards and police personnel from the police check post.NO RULE IN PLACEWhen contacted, Dr PK Tiwari, superintendent, MBS hospital said, “I was informed of the incident, but there is no rule or regulation for the prevention of such type of activities,” he said.He added that if someone is noticed indulging in such rituals in hospital premises, he is driven out by guards and police personnel from the police check post.

Bundi tourism takes a hit amid GST, negligence of civic bodies

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Tourist city Bundi, located amid Araveli Hill terrain that witnesses a huge footfall during the tourist season commencing from October to late March, is currently receiving a lukewarm response. The festivity of Diwali that attracts tourists in heaps to the city, also failed to charm tourists. The industry experts believe that beside demonetization of high currency notes, high prices of local commodities followed by GST tax slab, has made the local administration and municipal council indifferent. And further this is the reason they are linking to the tourism industry being adversely hit, leaving most of the guest houses and hotel rooms vacant and tourist-friendly sites deserted.Unplanned construction at the tourist spots of the city, poor waste management and road conditions are all adding up to the negative publicity and indifference of the local administration as well as municipal council towards the promotion of tourism has greatly hit the business prospects and heritage maintenance of the city, alleged Sushil Metha, a senior member of Bundi hotel and paying guests house association and Bundi Utsav committee.‘Not a single fresh site of tourist interest has been developed in past several years despite there being several spots of natural beauty that could be developed to attract tourists,” he said, claiming that the administration and the concerned authorities were forwarded a proposal to develop ‘Chopadiya’, a spot on the hilltop above Naval Sagar lake as ‘Sunset Point’ but it got the cold shoulder and it is lying deserted and abandoned. Naval Sagar Lake is stinking badly, but the municipal authority has not taken any substantial step to address the problem. Earlier this year in a ceremonial function in the presence of the state UDH minister Sri Chand Kripalani, boats were roped in Naval Sagar Lake for the tourists but in absence of maintenance and foul smell emanating from the lake, the boats were pushed aside to the shore. “Beside poor waste management and garbage lying in heaps at tourist sites, the high ticket price for the fort, that is currently Rs500 for two hours and Rs200 for other key monuments in the city has played a role in receding number of tourists,” said Yug Prasad, a local artist who runs an art and craft shops below Taragarh palace in Naharka Chotta area.OFFICIALS ON THE DEFENSIVEAssistant district tourist officer Prem Shankar Saini did admit the indifference of local municipal council, but he claimed that the state government from time to time has sanctioned projects and schemes to develop and beautify the places of tourist interests. World fame Rani Ji Ki Bawari (step well) in Bundi has recently been renovated and maintained with a budget of Rs65 lakh, he said adding that the budget for the road Bijoliya in Bhilwara district to Lakheri in Bundi district that would boost up tourism in the region has also been sanctioned.

Minor labourer falls from roof, dies

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>A 17-year-old minor boy, working as a child labor to a private contractor today noon died during the treatment in a private hospital in the city after he had sustained severe head injuries after falling from the rooftop while he was fixing an iron angle of an advertisement hoarding in a multi-storied building in Talwandi area under Jawahar Nagar police station. The police have lodged a case against the contractor under sections of IPC and J.J. Act for causing death by negligence and employing a minor child to work. The dead body was handed over to the family members after postmortem later in the day on Sunday.Raju Erwal (17), a resident of Nagpal colony under Udhyog Nagar police station area sustained severe head injuries after he had fallen from the rooftop of multi-storied building in Talwandi area early on Sunday morning while he was getting down through stairway with iron angle, told Neeraj Gupta, Circle In charge (CI), Jawahar Nagar police station.The minor boy, while he was getting down through the staircase from the top floor of the building, lost balance and rolled down to floor with severe head injuries while the iron angle was left stuck to the wall, he said adding he was immediately rushed to nearby private hospital where he succumbed to injuries during treatment at noon today. Raju along with his co-worker Ajay Khateek was on contractual work to fix an advertising hoarding on the building at around 7 o’clock today morning when the mishap occurred, the CI said.The body was handed over to the family members after postmortem, he added. Police have lodged a case against the private contractor of causing death by negligence under section 304(A) of IPC and under sections of JJ. Act for employing a minor boy to work, CI Neeraj Gupta said adding the further investigation into the matter is underway, however, the accused contractor has not been arrested.HEAD INJURIESRaju Erwal (17), a resident of Nagpal colony under Udhyog Nagar police station area sustained severe head injuries after he had fallen from the rooftop of building in Talwandi area.

ACB nabs six RTO officials extorting money on highways

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Anti Corruption Bureau (ACB) personnel on Monday in surprise raids caught red-handed six RTO officials, including an inspector and two touts extorting money from transporters at two check posts at Teendhar on National highway -52 and Raipur on state highway in Jhalawar district. The ACB has recovered a huge amount of unaccounted money from the RTO personnel, said IG, ACB V.K. Singh who has been monitoring the entire operation.After receiving reports of an extortion racket run by the RTO staff, ACB had been keeping a close watch on their activities for the past six months.Additional Superintendent of Police (ASP), ACB, Kota, Chandrasheel Thakur said after adequate evidence and facts of unauthorised collection of money were gathered through advanced high quality cameras and equipment, IG V.K. Singh directed to carry out the raids.Ten ACB personnel were divided into two five-member teams, who in the guise of helpers and conductors boarded trucks randomly today afternoon on the way to Raipur and Teendhar check posts and caught six RTO personnel including inspector Dara Singh and two touts while they are extorting and collecting money from the truck drivers without giving them, in most of the cases, any receipt of the department, ASP Thakur said. Further interrogation and inquiry into the matter is underway and the search at residential locations of the eight detained including the six RTO personnel is also going on, the ASP said.

We won’t let state govt wait for election for loan waiver to farmers: Sachin Pilot

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>The four day long Kisan Nyay Pad Yatra measuring about 100 kilometers from Baran to Jhalawar, on Friday concluded, in the home turf of state chief minister Vasundhara Raje with infusing a fresh energy and enthusiasm among the party workers and claimed to be succeeding to mount pressure and cause concern on the faces of ruling leaders.State party chief Sachin Pilot, in most aggressive gesture, defying the state BJP government said that they would not allow Raje government to wait for the election to waive off the farmers loan so that it reap the profit in elections.The state government must kneel down to waive off the farmers loan today or very soon, he said. The government cannot misguide the public and farmers by crunching out false and fabricated data and by threatening to the families of those farmers who have committed suicide, he said. The ruling party leaders, instead of wiping out the tears and consoling the families of those farmers committed suicide for loan and crop damage, refused to acknowledge their deaths. The farmers and public is not pleading for mercy but demanding the rightful to the government, they elected and installed on the ruling chair, he said. When the demand is raised and the question is asked, farmers are shot down as was done in Mandsaur in BJP ruled MP where six farmers were shot down because they raised the voice for their demand, Pilot said. Committees are formed for the rightful demands, he pinched at the state government for having formed a committee on loan waiver to farmers.Pilot, on the concluding day of the Yatra, along with leaders of opposition Rameshwar Dudi, deputy leader of opposition in state assembly Ramesh Meena and several other party leaders also addressed the public meeting attended by a huge gathering. AICC general secretary and in charge of the state Congress Avinash Pandey, AICC secretary Tarun Kumar, Vivek Bansal and Quazi Nizamuddin were also present on this occasion and addressed the gathering. The farmers and the public, during the four days of Yatra, has realized that only Congress is the party of people and can come on roads for public and farmers woes, said Dheeraj Gujar, party MLA from Jahazpur. The Kisan Nyay Pad Yatra on concluding day measured around 10 kilometers from Mandawar village and reached Radha Raman Stadium at Jhalawar district headquarter. The Yatra here turned into a large gathering.‘Not pleading’“The ruling party leaders, instead of wiping out the tears and consoling the families of those farmers committed suicide for loan and crop damage, refused to acknowledge their deaths. The farmers and public is not pleading for mercy.”

Senior Congress leaders deny rift, join forces with Pilot

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>The kind of enthusiasm and energy crowd has shown on the way to welcome PCC chief Sachin Pilot during Kisan Nyay Pad Yatra signifies that he is the sole leader in the state Congress, said Bharat Sharma, PCC member and party in charge Jhalawar. He made it clear that the party is undergoing a generation shift and Pilot is the accepted leader of the party and also enjoys support from senior party leaders.The yatra will cover about 100 kms. Pilot on the third day treaded around 30kms and reached Mandawar village of Jhalawar district on Thursday evening. On the way, Pilot received a rousing welcome from across the sections of society including the farmers.Senior party leader Ramnarayan Meena, who briefly joined the yatra on Thursday added that the PCC chief is receiving an overwhelming support. The government that has turned a deaf ear to the woes of farmers and public, must waive off farmers’ loan and address the public grievances, the senior party leader added.Senior party leader and ex-minister Shanti Kumar Dhariwal said that Kisan Nyay Yatra would succeed to build up pressure on the state government and make it address the issues that has caused distress to the farmers. On question of rift in the party, the ex-minister said that the kind of support Pilot is receiving during the ongoing yatra and the huge involvement of party workers shows no such friction. ‘All the party leaders are engaged in their respective works in various areas,’Dhariwal said, adding that he himself would be joining Pilot on the concluding day of the yatra.It is, first of all, necessary to make a favourable ground for Congress and Pilot. And the yatra is certainly adding to this goal, said party leader Raj Kumar Mathur said and pointed towards generation shift in the party. On the third day of the yatra, state youth Congress president and MLA from Hindoli Ashok Chandan, ex-NCW chairman Mamta Sharma, state Mahila Congress president Rihana Riyaz and several other leaders.DUDI ASKS GUARD TO REMOVE HIS SHOESLeader of opposition in Rajasthan Assembly, Rameshwar Dudi lands in controversy as he is caught on camera with his security guard removing his shoes. Dudi was visiting a temple at Khanpur in Jhalawar with Sachin Pilot when the incident took place. The video shows Pilot removing his own shoes, while Dudi’s guard removes them for the LOP. They were travelling in Jhalawar as part of the Nisan Nyay Pad Yatra being undertaken by PCC chief in Hadauti.

Pilot yatra brings party rivalries to the fore

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>The four-day Kisan Nyay Yatra led by PCC chief Sachin Pilot has brought the internal squabbling in the party to the fore. Although the yatra was kicked off on Tuesday with much fanfare from Krishi Upaj Mandi in Baran, senior Congress leaders like Ashok Gehlot and CP Joshi were conspicuous by their absence. Not only these two stalwarts, even many youth leaders who have secret rivalry with Pilot distanced themselves for the 100km yatra. Senior Congress leader and former minister Bharat Singh was absent on the first day of the yatra. Similarly, Mamta Sharma, former chairperson of National Commission for Women (NCW); Ramnarayan Meena, three-time MLA and one-time MP; Govind Sharma, Kota city Congress president; Govind Sharma, Bundi Zila Pramukh; Sonia Gujjar, one and only Congress MLA from Kota region; Ashok Chandana, ex-Bundi Zila Pramukh; and Mahaveer Meena were missing from the yatra.Meanwhile, other prominent party leaders of the region did the formality by being present at the start of the yatra. Former minister Shanti Dhariwal, Harimohan Sharma, ex-MLA and Bundi district party president CL Premi made only a brief appearance with PCC chief at the press conference.Ashok Chandana could not attend the yatra because of fear of being arrested after his interim bail application was rejected on Tuesday by high court, said a party worker close to him. The entire yatra is being very minutely video graphed by the police and district administration and local party leaders and people in general are avoiding it because of the fear of CM as Baran and Jhalawar are the home areas of Vasundhara Raje and her son Dushyant Singh, a youth Congress leader pointed out. PCC chief, on the second day of the four-day yatra, on Wednesday morning began from Bambla village in Baran and after covering around 32km reached Chand Khedi in Jhalawar district for night halt.

Sachin Pilot embarks on nyay yatra in farmers’ interest

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Slamming the Vasundhara Raje government for its anti-farmer and anti-people policies, PCC chief Sachin Pilot on Tuesday accused the government of ignoring the interests of farmers and exploiting them.Pilot was addressing media in Baran before he kicked off his 100km long four-day Kisan Nyay Yatra from Baran that will conclude on October 6 in Jhalawar, the home constituency of the CM. Thousands of party workers joined Pilot in the yatra.At least 75 farmers have committed suicide in the state so far, Pilot claimed, adding that the government is working just for the benefit the rich and industrialists. The PCC chief also raised questions on the move of setting up a committee to decide over waiving off loans to farmers. ‘No such committee has been formed in any of the states, but Rajasthan government has and astonishingly there is no representation from farmers’ side or the Opposition,” Pilot pointed out.Coming down hard on GST on farmers’ equipment, the PCC chief said that it is unjust as the rich and industrialists have been excluded from GST slab and all this has been done without forming any committee. Prices of everything like oil, petrol, electricity, fertilisers and seeds are shooting up and farmers are getting no benefit of their produce, Pilot added. Pilot rebuked the government for conniving with crop procurement agency and middlemen just after announcement of Minimum Support Price (MSP) on purchase of any crop from the farmers. ‘As a result, the procurement agency keeps the farmers waiting for three to four days and eventually the farmers have to sell their yield to middlemen at low price,’ Pilot said.Pilot assured the distressed farmers that the Congress through Kisan Nyay Yatra would force the government to waive off farmers’ loan.

As swine flu subsides, scrub typhus, dengue raise their head

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>The monsoon season is not yet over but scrub typhus, a rickettsial disease transmitted to humans by mites, is spreading in Kota division. According to the report from Central Lab at Kota Medical College, six deaths have been reported so far from Kota, Baran and Bundi.According to a report of CMHO, till now 29 patients have been tested positive with scrub typhus.As far as dengue is concerned 841 have been tested positive and a death has been reported. But according to unofficial data from various source s, 29 people have died in the region due to dengue.According to chief medical health officer of Kota Dr RK Lavaniya, “we are trying our best against the rising menace of dengue and scrub typhus.” He also added that typhus can largely be prevented by avoiding walking barefoot on the grass. Controlling dengue in the region is a challenge the number of dengue patients are approaching fast in hospitals.The measures to curb the spread of the diseases are already in place and spray for test control treatment was carried out at Dadabari CHC of the city and it would be carried out in other hospitals and dispensaries of thedistrict.VECTOR DISEASESAccording to a report of CMHO, till now 29 patients have been tested positive with scrub typhus. As far as dengue is concerned 841 have been tested positive and a death has been reported. But according to unofficial data from various source s, 29 people have died in the region due to dengue.

Two abandoned female foetuses found in Kota

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Around eight-month foetus of a female child was found near Phulenda village under Hindoli police station of Bundi district on Tuesday.The foetus later was deposed of following the postmortem and the police have lodged a case against unidentified parents in the matter.It is not yet known as to who had thrown the foetus in the bushes, the SI said and added the parents, not willing to have a female child, must have thrown it.Similarly, another eight-month-old female foetus was recovered from bushes in Arogyanagar area in front of Medical College Hospital under Mahaveer Nagar police station of Kota city. The fetus was disposed off after the postmortem on Monday.Circle in charge (CI), Mahaveer Nagar police station, Tara Chand, said the foetus was buried immediately after birth. The birth records at the medical college hospital are being examined to ascertain the parents of the female foetus, the CI said.

15-yr-old forced into marriage endured torture for two years

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>A 15-year-old girl of Jaga community who was forced to marry a person double her age around two years ago, was on Thursday rescued by the members of Child Welfare Committee (CWC) from her parent’s home in Kethoon town of Kota district. The minor girl, in a written complaint to State Commission for Woman and CWC, complained about harassment, thrashing and of forcibly marrying her off at an early age by parents and in-laws.The minor, three days ago also went to the police station, but instead of being heard, she was allegedly thrashed by female constables.The victim in her complaint alleged that she was forcibly married to a man of about 30 years after the death of her mother. Her father is a drug addict and a mentally retarded, she added. As she was continuously harassed at her in-laws’ home in Sathur village of Bundi district, she eventually returned to her parental home a few days ago.The husband of the minor victim, identified as Ravi Jaga came to Kethoon town to take her back with him, but she opposed it, the CWC chairman, Kota, Harish Gurubaxani said, adding that when the husband and members of the paternal family forced her to go to her in laws’ home, the victim along with her younger sister approached Kethoon police station. Probably out of fear, the younger sister had gone missing since this incident. A public representative from Kethoon town today morning sent a copy of victim’s complaint to CWC members and without losing time, along with the police personnel from Anti Human Trafficking approached Kethoon town and rescued the minor girl from home, CWC chairman Gurubaxani said. The minor victim has currently been sent to Children Home and following further investigation into the matter, a case would be lodged against those found responsible for the plight of the minor, the chairman said.The SHO at Kethoon police station, Pushpendra Singh Hada refuted all allegations leveled by the victim against the police at Kethoon police station and said the girl did reach the police station, but was no one misbehaved with her. The girl according to her birth certificate is an adult, he added.

Officials stumped when Raje asks names of 5 govt flagship schemes

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Chief minister Vasundhara Raje got a shock of her life when she found that her party officials were unaware of the government schemes. Not even any five of the flagship schemes were on their fingertips. These schemes and benefits associated with them are ostensibly the vehicles the government is relying heavily on to win any voters. Reacting on the ignorance of the party Morcha heads, Raje questioned how the party would win the next elections if the party officials and representatives at the ground level are unaware of the flagship and welfare schemes of the government. CM Raje held a long meeting on Thursday with officials, Mandal and Morcha heads that continued for over five hours and concluded at 12.25 am at night. Besides the seven Morcha Jila presidents heads, 21 Mandal’s presidents, 24 district officials of the party, district party president Mahipat Singh Hada, Kota– Bundi MP Om Birla, local MLA Ashok Dogera, Bundi district minister in charge Srichand Kriplani, Babu Lal Verma and former party president were present in the meeting. Raje while taking feedback on the developmental works and implementation of government’s schemes, asked the Mandal presidents to count any five of the state government’s welfare schemes including the flagships ones and the BJP Mandal presidents failed to do so. ‘The Mandal presidents could not count the names of any five of the state government’s schemes,’ said a party official who was present in the meeting on condition of anonymity. The CM expressed surprise and questioned how the party would win the next elections in such a scenario, the party official added. Moreover, the district party officials expressed dissatisfaction over slowness and inactivity regarding Swachh Bharat Abhiyan in the district and claimed that Bundi city has only in papers secured name by grabbing 171th position in the list of 434 cities surveyed by union ministry of urban development and said ground reality is totally different.CM Raje on receiving feedback on works being carried out by Rajasthan Urban Infrastructure Development Project (RUIDP) in the urban areas, expressed displeasure and said RUIDP works have spoiled and destroyed the cities in the state and assured to find out other options to fix the problems.little progressMoreover, the district party officials expressed dissatisfaction over slowness and inactivity regarding Swachh Bharat Abhiyan in the district. CM Raje on receiving feedback on works being carried out and expressed displeasure & assured help.

Aapki Sarkar, Dalit ke Dwar

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Chief minister Vasundhara Raje, on the second day of her three-day visit to Bundi district under Aap Ka Zila, Aap Ki Sarkar programme, while returning to Bundi, unexpectedly stopped at a Dalit’s home in Matunda village near Bundi city and had lunch with them. She reached Babulal Bairwa’s home where Babulal’s mother Sohanibai and wife Sanjana served her home cooked food that included dal, kadi, chatni, and palak curry, salad and roti. “I would never forget the taste of such a delicious food for years,” Raje said, adding the urban food can never match the delicious taste of the rural food.State UDH minister Srichand Kripalani and food and supplies minister Babu Lal Verma were among those present with the district officials.However, the dilapidated and unhygienic conditions at places she visited left a bad taste in her mouth. Raje not only expressed her displeasure but she also took the officials concerned to the task.At the tribal hostel on Nainwa road, much to her annoyance she found deplorable conditions. The hostel ground was full of stray cattle and haystack. The hostel superintendent complained to the CM that the cattle feed sellers have encroached upon the hostel ground. The CM immediately ordered the removal of encroachment.Raje also visited the girls’ hostel of Babu Jagjivan Ram college and inspected the conditions. The girls informed the CM that there was no boundary wall around the hostel ground. The CM directed the district collector Shivangi Swarnkar to build a boundary wall around the hostel ground. Stains of spitting on the walls really upset her.During surprise visits at the primary health centre (PHC) and Gram Panchayat Cooperative Societies office and godown in Barupura Ojha village she expressed her displeasure on finding the ANM absent from the duty. On noticing the primary, secondary and senior secondary schools running separately, Raje directed the district collector to merge these schools into one. The villagers in Bharupura Ojha complained that the RO plant installed long ago in the village was not functional.At Khatkat village on the way on her surprise visits, Raje stopped at Annapurna Bhandar and examined the register of beneficiaries. The locals complained that the names of prosperous people, having good homes and sources of livelihood have been included in the list of BPL families. She also checked the list of commodities being sold at fair price shop and took a serious note of the complaint and delivered necessary directions to the district officials.Raje also inspected the overbridge constructed in 2016 on Motipura-Pipliya route and looked unhappy with the quality of construction and immediately called the principal secretary of PWD Alok and delivered necessary instructions. CM Raje also made a surprise visit at model government senior secondary school in Pipliya village and expressed her unhappiness over filthy conditions and an inadequate number of toilets and mismanagement.

Helipad but no swine flu test facility at Jhalawar Hosp

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Jhalawar Medical College, that is planning to have helipad facility still does not have medical test facility for swine flu. The machine for swine flu test is available in the medical college, but it has not been installed. Strikingly, swine flu has so far claimed two lives with 12 patients detected positive with the H1N1 virus in Jhalawar district since January this year. Currently, the suspected patients for swine flu have to wait for around two to three days for the report as the samples are sent to 81 kilometres away in Central Lab of MBS hospital in Kota.‘The machine for swine flu test is available in the medical college, but it has not been installed and the samples of the suspected patients have to be sent to Kota for the test, said Dr Yogendra Tiwari, nodal officer, Swine Flu, Jhalawar Medical College. The process for the installation of the swine flu test machine is underway and after a week of its validation following the installation, the swine flu test facility would also be available in Jhalawar, he added.Two days training to the medical staff regarding use of the swine flu test machine is scheduled on September 4 and 5, while test on the machine is likely to be started during this month.On an average, at least 25 to 30 samples for swine flu are being received daily from all the four districts and private hospitals of Kota zone, informed Dr Naveen Saxena, in charge, Central Lab at New Medical College in Kota. Two rounds of the test, each with a lot of 12 samples are carried out daily as the testing machine heats up after more than two rounds of the test. “The samples for swine flu test of the patients admitted to the hospital and of the pregnant women are carried out with priority and concluded on the same day of collection of samples,” he added.Amid the rising number of swine flu samples from across the zone, the proposal to outsource the swine flu test is also under consideration, Dr Saxena added. On asking about state health minister Kali Charan Saraf’s directions to make the swine flu test report available within 7 hours, Dr Naveen Saxena said it is possible only through outsourcing. Notably, swine flu test facility is also not available in Bundi and Baran districts of the zone and sample of the tests from these two districts are also sent to Central Lab, Kota. Moreover, at least eleven patients including four females were on Friday tested positive with swine flu taking the total number of swine flu patients in Kota zone to 149 with eleven deaths.

Kota celebrates Chetan Cheetah’s Kirti Chakra

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>The Independence Day and Janmashtami gave residents of Kota another reason to celebrate on Tuesday when local hero CRPF commandant Chetan Cheetah was honoured with Kirti Chakra, the second highest gallantry award in peace time, in New Delhi.Cheetah was wounded during a joint operation in the Hajin area of Bandipora district in North Kashmir on February 14 this year. He survived after nine bullet injuries and staying comatose for over a month.“It is moment of great pride for the family and the country that Chetan’s gallantry has been recognised.” said his father Ram Gopal said. The family has overwhelmed with joy and gratitude for the government for the kind of high medical treatment given to him. Chetan still can’t raise his both hands properly. The government has decided to send him to Coimbatore for expert treatment, Ram Gopal said.Praveen, brother’s Chetan, says the bravery of his brother has instilled a sense of patriotism among the youths here. The other members of the family as well as of the neighbours are now more inspired to join army and serve the nation, said Manish, his cousin.Chetan Cheetahhas brought imminence pride to the entire people of Hadouti and now his name is on the lips of every student, said Kapil Vijay, a government school teacher in Bundi and added that bestowing of gallantry award Kirti Chakra has boosted zeal and zest for army among the youngsters here.Father Ram Gopal, however, hinted a sense of disappointment over his son’s not being selected for Ashok Chakra. His father speaksCRPF commandant Chetan Cheetah’s father Ram Gopal said, “Earlier, Chetan’s name was proposed and approved for Ashok Chakra, but without any reasonable reason his name was dropped from the list at some uncertain time.”

From child bride to medical college, Rupa cracks NEET to script her own success story

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>From a child bride to medical college. The story of Rupa Yadav reads like a script of Hindi soap opera.Notwithstanding her early marriage and poor economic background, Rupa achieved her childhood dream of becoming a doctor by securing 603 marks along with AIR 2,612 in recently declared NEET -2017 results.Daughter of a poor farmer of Kareri village of Chomu, near Jaipur, Rupa was married at the tender age of eight to Shankar Lal aged 12 in 1996.However, she was sent to husband’s house after appearing for 10th examination. What turned the tide in Rupa’s favour was securing 84 per cent marks in the 10th class.Appreciating her performance, the villagers urged her husband and in-laws to let her continue her studies.Determined to write her own destiny, Rupa while attending to daily chores passed 11th and 12th exams with flying colours.Owing to weak economic background of her family and in-laws, Rupa enrolled in B.Sc but simultaneously appeared for AIPMT and scored 415 marks with AIR 2,3000. “Although I did not qualify for a good government college for MBBS, the marks of AIPMT encouraged my husband and brother-in-law to send me to Kota to prepare for medical entrance test,” Rupa said. In 2015, Rupa joined Allen Career Institute for the coaching.To meet the expenses of coaching and accommodation in Kota, her husband Shankar Lal and brother-in-law Babu Lal, besides farming, did extra job of driving auto in their area.In 2016, Rupa scored 506 but missed the admission to a reputable medical college by a whisker. Undeterred Rupa decided to give it another try.This time Allen Career Institute recognising her talent and zeal waived off 75% fee as scholarship and finally Rupa proved that if one really wants to achieve anything in life none of social and economic barriers can stop you.“Studying in Kota made me confident and positive which paved my way to achieve my dream”, Rupa said.Appreciating Rupa’s efforts, Naveen Maheshwari, director of Allen Career Institute, announced that the institute has decided to offer her scholarship for next four years for MBBS studies.

Rajasthan: When PM Modi played father to two Kota orphans

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Three months back, two orphaned siblings in Kota had stumbled upon lifetime savings of their deceased parents locked away in a trunk. The discovery, however, didn’t help the kids as the RBI refused to exchange the currency, which was banned post demonetisation.On the eve of Father’s Day, Prime Minister Narendra Modi sent Rs 50,000 to one of the orphan siblings who had found demonetised currency notes worth Rs 96,500 at the paternal home in Kota in March.16-year-old Suraj Banjara, on Friday, received a letter from Prime Minister Narendra Modi informing him that he has been sanctioned Rs 50,000 under Prime Minister’s Discretionary Fund (PMDF) and two insurance policies respectively under Pradhan Mantri Suraksha Bima Yojana (PMSBY) and Pradhan Mantri Jeevan Jyoti Bima Yojana (PMJJBY). PM Modi has also released the insurance premium of Rs1,710 in advance for the period of next five years. “Possibly, the sanctioned amount and the insurance premiums may not be sufficient to resolve all of your problems, but I am sure the assistance would reduce your problems to some extent,” the PM wrote to Suraj. The PM also expressed sympathy for the boy and conveyed good wishes for a bright future. But his twelve-year-old sister Saloni, still awaits compensation. Saloni is hopeful and is waiting for PM’s letter. Although, assistance of Rs50,000 to Saloni has poured in from other organisations.Both orphan siblings Suraj and Saloni are at a shelter home in Kota. “The sanctioned amount of Rs50,000 and the two insurance premiums by Prime Minister Narendra Modi are meant for Suraj Banjara only and the amount has been transferred to his bank account,” chairman Child Welfare Committee (CWC) Harish Gurubakshani said.The Prime Minister’s letter makes no mention of name of sister Saloni. So, the sanctioned amount and insurance premium policies are meant only for Suraj, he said. It was Suraj who wrote an open letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi in March this year and explained him their plight. “We are hopeful that the prime minister would also sanction compensation amount to Saloni and she would receive the same sort of sanction letter very soon from the PM,” the CWC Chairman said.The Kota Stone Association, Kota Bhamashah Mandi and Phal Sabji Mandi association has donated Saloni Rs20,000, Rs25,000 and Rs5,000 respectively.A total of 149 banned currency notes of rupees 500 and 22 Rs1000 notes totalling Rs96,500 were recovered from a box at the paternal home of the orphan siblings in Sarawada village of Kota district earlier this year after the deadline of the exchange of demonetised currency notes was over. After RBI refused to exchange old currency notes, in March Suraj wrote an open letter to PM Narendra Modi requesting him to arrange for exchange of old currency notes of their deceased mother’s lifelong savings.The father of the siblings Raju Banjara, a resident of Sarawada village of the district had died earlier and their mother Pooja Banjara was murdered in 2013.When the minor siblings were left destitute, CWC ordered them to be sent to children shelter home in Kota where they have been living since then. The minor siblings during the counseling by CWC members had revealed about their paternal home in Sarawada village and R.K. Puram area of Kota city. The police on the directions by CWC carried out a survey of the locked paternal home Sarawada village in presence of the children and CWC members and recovered the some jewelry and the old currency notes of worth Rs. 96500, Gurubaxani said.The union government on November 8, 2016 announced ban on currency notes of Rs. 1000 and 500 and set a deadline by March 31, 2017 for the exchange of such notes from RBI.

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