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Explosion in Jodhpur Army Cantt area kills minor

A huge crowd gathered at the scene after the accident. Military officials also arrived at the spot and sent the dead body to the mortuary. Information was also given to the Ratanada police. The reason of explosion was unknown till last reports came in.”
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<!–end of artlbotbor–><!–end of artlsocl–>Written BySangeeta Sharma <!–end of artlbotbor–>Saturday 30 December 2017 3:50 ISTMust readVasundhara Raje ensures ‘smooth landing’ for PM Modi at BarmerNow, Veg khao, paisa bachao: Air India style<!–end of artlmustredbx–><!–end of articllftpbx–>A girl died in an explosion in the army area on Friday afternoon. It is said she he had returned from the tuition at the time of the incident and the tragedy hit when she reached the door of her home. The reason for the explosion is still unknown. The military officer and the FSL team have collected evidence from the spot. The explosion is also suspected to be from a military material. The sound from the explosion reached far off places and also damaged the roofs of a house.According to the information received, Dharmendra Kumar Jat, a resident of Bhiwandi in Haryana, is posted in 10 Para Military in Jodhpur. He lives in a quarter in the military area with family. It has been told that in the afternoon, on Friday, his eight-year-old daughter Khushi, returned home from tuition and reached the gate. Suddenly, there was a blast and Khushi got seriously injured. She was taken to a hospital where she was declared dead.A huge crowd gathered at the scene after the accident. Military officials also arrived at the spot and sent the dead body to the mortuary. Information was also given to the Ratanada police. The reason of explosion was unknown till last reports came in.

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DNA EXCLUSIVE: Bleeding professor fails to get first aid at IGIA

The Delhi International Airport Limited (DIAL) may boast about its international-standard Terminal 3 but a 57-year-old professor from AIIMS, Jodhpur, had to roam around with a bleeding forehead for more than an hour while the medical aid room at the Indira Gandhi International Airport (IGIA) remained locked. Reportedly, there is a lavish Medanta clinic inside the airport but both the professor and the airport staff were unaware of it.The incident took place on December 19, when Dr Prem Prakash Sharma, who works as an Assistant Professor (Biostatistician) at AIIMS, Jodhpur, in Rajasthan, arrived at the Delhi airport to catch an Air India (AI) flight to Vishakhapatnam.”I was trying to take out my luggage from the cab’s trunk when it fell on my head and I fell down. Seconds later, when I got up with the driver’s assistance, I noticed that my forehead was bleeding. I tried to contain the blood flow with my handkerchief but it did not stop. So then I approached my airline’s counter to seek medical assistance,” Sharma told DNA.He further said the person on the counter took him to a medical room inside the terminal but it was locked. After that, the airline staff took Sharma around the terminal but failed to find any medical assistance for him, who was still struggling to control the blood flow.”No medical or paramedical staff was available nearby. Finally, the airline staff apologised to me. Later, a woman at an information counter, who had a first aid kit, helped me. Luckily, the bleeding had stopped by then,” Sharma said, adding: “I got proper dressing and Tetanus injections after reaching Visakhapatnam.”The airport operators, meanwhile, claimed that sufficient medical facilities are available at the airport, including a Medanta clinic. Sharma, however, said that neither he nor the airline staff was aware of any such facility.”Surprisingly, out of hundreds of airport staff on the floor, none came forward to offer help as we roamed around. It was shocking for me to learn that on an international airport like IGIA, no first aid facility could be availed. Fortunately, it was not a major accident. Had this happened to a tourist or an international passenger, it would have been an insult for the country,” the professor said.

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Sun City favourite destination for Xmas, New Year revellers

Tourists are flocking to Jaisalmer to celebrate Christmas and New Year. All hotel are full as domestic as well as foreign tourists have been arriving in droves to the Sun City. It is nearly impossible to get a room in any hotel for next 8 to 10 days. There is a boom in the tourism industry, especially after Jaisalmer was connected to other destinations by air.Looking at the high demand for Jaisalmer, the private airline operating flights between Jodhpur and Delhi from Jaisalmer has increased the fare to Rs 18,000 between Jaisalmer and Delhi and Rs 10,000 from Jaisalmer to Jodhpur.There are so many tourists that now the 12th-century city looks too small to accommodate the crowd. All trains are running packed. Hotels have been decorated beautifully to welcome Christmas and New Year on huge demand from the tourists. Beautifully decorated Christmas trees have been put up in hotels. Many delicious Chinese and continental menus are being prepared.While, the local hotel industry is happy to see a heavy rush of tourists at the same time it is unhappy about a spike in airfares. Spice jet, the private airlines operating between various destinations and has increased the air fare so much that it is beyond the means of common man. Leading travel agents say that Delhi-Jaisalmer air travel is costing between Rs 16,000 and Rs 18,000 and Jaipur-Jaisalmer is Rs 10,000 whereas the scheduled fare was Rs 3,029 and Rs 2,254.

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Orders dip as GST hits Jodhpur craft exporters

Handicraft exporters are in crisis. Due to GST, handicraft items of Jodhpur have become expensive in the international market and their demand has decreased. The handicraft export business of Jodhpur has declined nearly 40 percent and business worth Rs 700 crore has been reduced since the implementation of GST.Before GST, where 150-180 million exports of handicrafts from Jodhpur were going on every month, right now it has come down to 75 to 90 million per month. The provision of GST from 12 to 28 percent on handicraft furniture has hit exporters and foreign customers are now heading towards China, Vietnam and Indonesia.Nirmal Bhandari, Chief patron of Jodhpur Handicrafts Exporters Federation said that the government has imposed five percent GST on brass handicrafts of Moradabad, while the 28 percent GST was recovered from Jodhpur handicraft till November and now 18 percent in December, due to which, demand has started decreasing in overseas countries. While there is no GST refund yet and it is becoming very difficult for the exporters to work. Not only this, even crores of rupees of VAT have not been refunded. Now, the situation has reached in such condition that the exporters have started refusing the order.According to exporters, orders were taken from buyers from UK, Europe and USA in April for Christmas season. The orders have been supplied in August, September, October and mid-November, but exporters had to supply this order at 28 per cent loss, because the government has implemented GST in July. So far, the handicraft industry was completely tax free, but now 18 per cent tax has been levied. The order that has been supplied will be paid by the buyers 120 days after the shipment arrives. In such a situation, exporters are unable to understand how to compensate for the 28 per cent loss from the previous supply.

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Anti-Salman Khan protests hit Rajasthan over Valmiki remark

Rajasthan on Friday witnessed protests against actor Salman Khan as posters of his upcoming film Tiger Zinda Hai were torn off from several cinema halls across the state. The protesters from the Valmiki community were up in arms against the actor for using a pejorative against the community in a television interview and even burnt his effigy while demanding an apology from him. In response, the morning shows of the film were cancelled at a few cinema halls in Jaipur.Members of the Valmiki community, who are even protesting against Shilpa Shetty Kundra for using similar phrases in a recently surfaced interview from a few years ago, also staged protests in Jaipur, Udaipur, Jodhpur, Kota, Ajmer, Behrore, Nasirabad, Churu and Dausa.An FIR was lodged against Salman and Shilpa at the Kotwali thana in Churu under the SC/ST Act of the IPC. Investigating officer DySP Hukum Singh confirmed that a case has been registered and said that action will be taken in accordance to law.In Jaipur, the protesters ripped off Tiger Zinda Hai’s posters at Rajmandir and Ankur theatre. Following this, the police took around 18 people into custody. Police protection has been deployed at several cinema halls where the film is being screened.Protesters in Udaipur have submitted a memorandum to the police and demanded a case be registered against Salman and Shilpa. “We are deeply hurt by Salman’s statement. He is a star and has die-hard fans, even in our community. Such derogatory language should not be used. He must apologize. We will continue with our agitation,” said Pankaj Valmiki, former national president of Akhil Bharteey Valmiki Chetna Manch.Vikram Valmiki, state president, Valmiki Sena said, “We will continue with our protest till Salman apologises. We have no issues with the film. There will be a meeting of the representatives of the community to chalk out future planFIR LODGEDProtests were staged in Jaipur, Udaipur, Jodhpur, Kota, Ajmer, Behrore, Nasirabad, Churu and Dausa An FIR was lodged against Salman Khan and Shilpa Shetty Kundra at the Kotwali thana in Churu under the SC/ST Act

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Supreme Court’s decision helps drop case pendency

Supreme Court’s decision to hold Lok Adalat in every two months has immensely helped in reducing pending court cases. In 2017, five Lok Adalats were organised in which a number of cases resolved are more than cases disposed of by all courts in the state in last five years.The current year will be remembered for quick disposal of pending cases in the courts. The Lok Adalats were organised in February, April, July, September and December. On a call given by RALSA executive chairman Justice KS Jhaveri, even sitting judges of high court also heard matters in Lok Adalat. The move resulted in the clearing of 2.57 lakh cases in which awards to the tune of Rs 944 crore were passed.Apart from Lok Adalats, district legal service authorities have also contributed in a major way to reduce cases pendency. Cases were resolved in a speedy way in lower courts in Jaipur, Jodhpur, Tonk, Ajmer, Udaipur, Alwar and Kota. In Jaipur alone, five Lok Adalats decided 40,000 cases and passed awards of Rs 126 crore. Justice KS Jhaveri, who has taken a keen interest had also put in efforts in a big way, which have now begun to show results.

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2 dead, 4 injured in road mishap

A speeding car flipped over at Mandia Road in Pali on Saturday. A young woman from Jaipur and her friend died in the car accident while 4 others were seriously injured. The accident took place when all of them were coming heading towards Jodhpur after visiting Mount Abu and Udaipur.According to information, Jaipur resident Sonia Rathore (35), Ashi Sharma (18), Deepak (29), Tarun Bansal (26) and Nisha Negi (26) are friends. Tarun Bansal and Deepak Kumar are share traders. Deepak has an office in Jodhpur. Five days ago, they went to Mount Abu from Jaipur and after staying there one day, they reached Udaipur and were on their way to Jodhpur by car. The car was at high speed and due to this, it flipped over at the turn of the industrial zone on the Mandia Road at Jodhpur bypass. The other drivers passing through this route pulled them out of the car.On receiving information, a team of Sadar police station reached the spot. All the injured were taken to Bangar Hospital. Nisha Negi died during the treatment. At the same time, Tarun Bansal was referred to Jodhpur in critical condition, where he too died. Ashi is a student of Class 12 and his father is a sub-inspector. The police handed both the dead bodies to their families after post-mortem.

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Health services cripple, as doctors-Rajasthan govt in battle of attrition

Indefinite strike call by the in-service government doctors on Saturday severely hampered the health services at government health facilities across the state. The doctors posted in District Hospitals, Sub Divisional Hospitals, Community Health Centers (CHCs) and Primary Health Centers (PHCs) remained absent after declaring an indefinite strike, 48 hours prior to the given ultimatum.Meanwhile, the government remained firm on its stand and arrest of doctors continued on the second day. Doctors have called the government action the “Rowlatt Act”.Till Saturday evening, as per the state police headquarters, 52 doctors were arrested across the state for not attending their duties as the Rajasthan Essential Services Maintenance Act (RESMA) is in force. The arrests were made in various districts including Ajmer, Sriganganagar, Bundi, Kota, Karauli, Dholpur, Swai Madhopur, Jhunjhunu, Jhalawar, Jaislamer, Tonk, Barmer and Bhilwara. Though, no doctor was arrested in Jaipur, the police raids were going on to nab the agitating doctors.It is worth mentioning that after the announcement of indefinite strike from December 18 made by the All Rajasthan In Service Doctors Association (ARISDA), state government has already extended RESM, imposed in September for next three months. This is the reason why the office-bearers of ARISDA, including main leaders of the agitation, have gone underground and switched off their mobile phones. However, these leaders are seeking support for the agitation social media.In an another development, the resident doctors have extended their support to in-service doctors’ agitation. In a statement, the Jaipur Association of Resident Doctors (JARD) said that any repressive action against the agitating doctors, resident doctors associated with JARD will also go on indefinite leave from December 18. In Jodhpur many doctors boycotted the work on Saturday to protest against the arrest of doctors. Jodhpur Collector Dr Ravi Kumar Surpur said that if the doctors refuse to resume their duties they will be arrested RESMA Act. He said that arrangements have been made to take the services of the doctors of Railways, AIIMS, army and BSF. He said that during the strike period AYUSH doctors will be deployed at primary health centres. Instructions have been issued to the ANM and other medical personnel to provide immediate treatment and refer serious patients to the district and medical colleges. He said that all relevant senior officers and police officers have been given instructions to take action against the striking doctors.

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Rajasthan HC sets guidelines for religious conversion

A double bench at the Rajasthan High Court, Jodhpur has issued guidelines that religious conversion would be possible only after a mandatory intimation and clearance by the district collector, SDM, SDO. The guidelines were set while hearing a habeas corpus case of 22-year-old Payal aka Areefa who had converted to Islam after she married a certain Faiz Modi.This declaration of conversion was done on a ten rupee stamp paper. The court observed that merely declaring on a stamp paper that an individual is converting religion would not be considered legally valid. This guideline would remain effective till the Rajasthan Dharma Swatantraya Bill 2007, which is pending for the last 11 years, is cleared.Hearing the petition Justices GK Vyas and VK Mathur issued the guidelines. The court ordered that anyone who wants to convert will have to inform the district collector in writing. This information, including his name, address and details about the sought conversion would be displayed on the notice board at the collectorate.Once the application has been filed, after 21 days the applicant can appear before the district collector, SDM, SDO and explain reasons for the conversion. The guidelines said that objections would also be recorded. The court clarified that in case this procedure was not adopted then marriages performed after conversion would not be considered valid. The court further said that the person seeking conversion would have to confirm before the DM, SDM, SDO that he had faith in the religion he was converting to.

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Bogged down by weather, Pooja Express upsets plans of many

Pooja Express which takes about 5 hours to reach Delhi from Jaipur was on Thursday running 5 hours late. The train 12413 Ajmer-Jammu Tawi Pooja Express, departs from Jaipur junction at 16:15 hours so as to reach Delhi by 21:55 hours. However, on Thursday the railways informed that the train was expected to depart from Jaipur at 21:17 hours.This is the time by which passengers who board the train actually reach Delhi. This enormous delay in the train schedule disturbed the travel plan of many people.After they got the information of the 5-hour delay, many of the passengers got the tickets cancelled and looked for alternatives. Though there are a few flights from Jaipur to Delhi during evening hours, the fares were as high as Rs 5000-Rs 6000 per person.“We have got the reservation cancelled for this train and will now travel by bus. There is no use sitting and waiting for the train,” said a bank professional who was travelling to Delhi to attend a marriage function to be held on Friday.As such the rush for the roadways buses and lo parivahan buses was seen for going to Delhi by the passengers. Sources informed that the reason for this delay was the arrival of 12414 Jammu-Tawi-Ajmer in Jaipur. This train came more than 6 hours late on Thursday owing to poor weather condition in north IndiaApart from this train, 8 more trains were late due to weather conditions and many passengers who were not updated about the changed schedule were seen waiting for their respective trains at the platforms. Dibrugarh Lalgarh train was late by more than 14 hours while Marudhar Express which runs between Varanasi and Jodhpur was late by 3 hours apart from other trains.PICKY EATERS A passenger travelling by New Delhi-Ajmer Shatabdi complained about no non-veg food being served on Thursday. Joydeep Chakraborti complained this through twitter to the Railway authorities. In his tweet sent from the twitter handle @joydeepchakra he said, “No non-veg breakfast in Ajmer Shtabdi C9 coach coz its Thursday !” Reacting on his tweet, @RailMinIndia sprung into action and asked the IRCTC to look into the issue.

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Chennai cop gunned down by robbers in Pali

Periya Pandi, a police inspector from Chennai was shot dead by robbers early Wednesday morning at a shutdown brick kiln in Ramavas village of Pali district. The robbers he was trying to nab shot him with his own service revolver. Pandi was reportedly in Pali to nab a gang of burglars who had stolen gold, silver and cash from a jewellery shop in Chennai in November.Periya Pandi was from the Maduravoli police station. The accused Nathuram Jat and his accomplices had been traced to be the residents of Ramavas village of Pali district in Rajasthan. The incident took place in the early hours of Wednesday at Ramavas village in Jaitaran area of Pali district. The seven-member Chennai police team had received information that the accused were hiding in a closed down brick klin. The team of Chennai police had seven members; 2 inspectors, 2 sub-inspectors and three constables. Two waited in their vehicle while five went into the kiln.The Tamil Nadu police managed to nab the accused and were taking him out towards their vehicle when they were attacked by the family of the accused. Four of the policemen managed to get out of the kiln, but Pandi could not get away.The accused reportedly pulled out Pandi’s revolver from the holster and shot at him. Jat managed to get away. The injured inspector of Chennai was taken to the hospital at Jaitaran, but he died on the way. One other policeman has sustained minor injuries. According to SP Pali, Deepak Bhargava, “The team from Chennai was in Jaitaran for last two days. They had contacted the local police about their presence, but left for Ramavas village late Tuesday without informing us.”“The team was looking for Nathuram Jat who is wanted for a burglary that took place in Chennai on November 16. The robbers had got away with 3.5 kg gold, 5 kg silver and 2 lakh cash,” said Bhargava“One shot was fired and we have recovered the bullet shell. Prima facie we can say that the bullet entered Pandi’s body from under the right arm and exited the body from under the left arm,” said Bhargava. On receiving the information, local police reached the spot. Blockades have been ordered in the district to nab the accused. The body of the deceased officer has been taken to Jodhpur for post-mortem. It is expected to be flown to Chennai tomorrow.

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SP ordered to present suspected terrorists in next hearing

Six suspected terrorists of banned terrorist group Indian Mujahideen were produced in Jodhpur court on Monday, but the court was displeased because not all the ten terrorists were produced.Giving orders to present all the terrorists before court, the jail superintendent Vikram Singh Karnavat has been ordered to be personally present on the next hearing. Now on January 3, all the terrorists will be presented before the court.The terrorists of Indian Mujahideen who were planning terror attacks and explosions in Rajasthan were arrested in Jodhpur, Pali and Jaipur on March 23, 2014. The entire network was arrested by Anti-Terrorism Squad (ATS) team and ten suspects were arrested.The hearing of this case was to be held in ADJ Court No. 3 on Monday, but due to the leave of the presiding officer Jayaprakash Narayan Purohit, they were presented before Upendra Dave in the ADJ Number 4.Significantly, due to the presence of four suspected terrorists in the Delhi jail, only six terrorists were presented during all the previous five hearings.All the terrorists together have not been presented before the court and the proceeding failed to go forward. Public prosecutor Dinesh Kumar Sharma will present the case on behalf of the government during the next hearing.

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Future of 1,509 Jodh varsity students under question

The qualification of 25 thousand students who got a fake degree from Jodhpur National University had already become invalid raising questions on the career of 1509 students who have actually studied there. Notably, two years ago the UGC and College Commissionerate had banned the entry of new students in the university, after the disclosure of the distribution of fake degrees. However, no decision has been taken on the 1,509 students studying in the college at that time. As a result, these students continued to study here. Now, when these students have completed their studies and it is time to get a degree, their degree has been termed as bogus.It is worth mentioning that Kamal Mehta, Chairman of this University, and his colleagues had distributed thousands of bogus degrees after taking huge fees. It was disclosed in 2014 by SOG and ATS.ADG of SOG and ATS has released the list of 615 students studying in current session including 894 students of the 2015/16 session. SOG also sent the marks list and enrollment number of these students to the Higher Education Department. The Higher Education Department has declared it invalid after two years. The department has released a list of students whose degrees have been declared bogus and have told not to give employment to these students in government departments, offices, and universities.Earlier, the department had issued a list of 25 thousand students who got fake degrees. Agencies are still investigating the case. So far, the names of 26,506 people who have taken the degree from this University have been revealed in the investigation. The degree of all these has now been revoked. Ten people have been arrested in this case of fraud. SOG is also trying to find out that how many people have got a job.FAKE DEGREE SCAMIt is worth mentioning that Kamal Mehta, Chairman of this University, and his colleagues had distributed thousands of bogus degrees after taking huge fees. It was disclosed in 2014 by SOG and ATS. ADG of SOG and ATS has released the list of 615 students studying in current session including 894 students of the 2015/16 session.
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Calfskin painted as Tiger’s found in Jodh

Hunting of wild animals was done mainly in rural areas and the remains and skin of these wild animals were used to be found in these spots, but on Wednesday morning, the skin of a Tiger was found in Amrit Nagar, located in Pal Road area of Jodhpur. When officers of wildlife department examined the skin then It was found that the skin of the calf has been painted and been transformed to make it look like a tiger’s skin.Department officials feared that the business of calf skin being sold as tiger skin is running to make huge money. Tiger’s skins were found lying in a vacant plot at Amrit Nagar, connected to Devnagar Area on Pal road. Mandore Block President of the Congress Environment Cell, Om Saran informed the forest department and police officials about this. The forest department team arrived at the spot and took the skin to the hospital located at Machia Safari Park for confirmation.Wildlife FSL team examined the skin and doctor Shravan Singh revealed that this skin is actually of a calf and it has been transformed into a tiger skin by paint. He said that the price of Tiger’s skin is estimated in the national and international market in millions. Police are investigating the matter.
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Jodh-Surat flight to start from Dec 7

Now after air connectivity with Ahmedabad and Udaipur, Jodhpur will be connected via air with Surat city from December 7.The plane of SpiceJet will fly from Surat to Jaipur via Jodhpur. Air connectivity between Jodhpur and Surat will ease the movement of people of Marwar and this service will prove to be a milestone for the textile industry and entrepreneurs.After conducting the Route Survey, the company has prepared a full plan after discussing with the Airport Authority.The ticket booking has also begun. The company will now conduct a trial of the route before the first flight.Significantly, the air connectivity with Ahmadabad has started just two months. Now the Jodhpur-Surat-Jaipur service will be started by SpiceJet to increase the connectivity of Gujarat.Airport director Govind Kumar Khare told that Preparation has been completed for SpiceJet Surat-Jodhpur-Jaipur flight which commences on December 7.This aircraft will depart from Surat at 9.40 am and will reach Jodhpur at 10.40 am. After the stoppage in Jodhpur for half an hour, it will go to Jaipur at 11.10 am.It will arrive at Jaipur at 12.10 pm and depart from there at 12.40 pm and return to Jodhpur at 1:40 pm. It will depart to Surat after half an hour.
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Om Prakash Galhotra takes over as new DGP

Ajit Singh, one of the illustrious police officers, ended his career on a high note when he retired on Thursday as the Director General of Police (DGP) after more than three decades of exemplary service.On the last day November, he handed over the reins of the state police to OP Galhotra who took over as the new DGP.Om Prakash Galhotra, 58, till yesterday was serving as the additional director general (ADG) of the armed battalions. Taking over the reins on Thursday evening, Galhotra was given the baton by his predecessor Ajit Singh. Notably, Galhotra was given a promotion on Thursday and made Director General from ADG.Interestingly, Galhotra also started his career from the same place where Ajit Singh had started – Kota. Apart from ASP Kota, Galhotra has served as SP Dholpur, Chittor, Bharatpur, Jodhpur and had a stint in the CBI as SP and later as Deputy Inspector General.Galhotra was later promoted to the rank of Inspector general wherein he served as IG Jaipur-I range and later as IG Jaipur – II range. He has also served as IG railways and as joint director CBI. As additional director general he was posted as director of the Rajasthan Police Academy and later of the armed battalion. It is from this position that the man had been promoted to the director general rank and made the DGP.About Singh: Known for his simple and straight forward approach towards any situation, Singh had mastery on police works. He has been instrumental in several achievement by state police during his illustrious career spanning three and a half decades. It was on 3rd April 1984 when he started his career as additional SP, Kota. For the next seven months he gained experience of police work as he served as a trainee and was moved further to the PHQ for additional training. It was in January 1985 when he got his first posting as CO of Rajgarh.Singh held several positions in 35 years of serving like SP of CID (Security) Kota Zone, Sirohi, CID, Jhalawar, Sawai Madhopur, Jaipur (Rural), Jodhpur, Jaipur (City).Though Singh had established himself as a hard working and thorough police officer, it was his experience gained in his early life while serving as SP Sawai Madhopur which prepared him for future roles. His stance on dacoits and successes in nabbing dacoits of the Chambal area made him a legend with the locals.Later on in the Anti Corruption Bureau, Singh not only took major steps against high-placed officials but also paved way for future ACB officials to easily emulate the same as he left behind a robust infrastructure and work ethics.Officers still swear by Singh’s work for ACB and claim it was his work that gave the bureau its “teeth and claw”.About GalhotraStarted career from Kota Apart from ASP Kota, Galhotra has served as SP Dholpur, Chittor, Bharatpur, Jodhpur and had a stint in the CBI as SP and later as Deputy Inspector General later promoted to the rank of Inspector general wherein he served as IG Jaipur-I range and later as IG Jaipur – II range. He has also served as IG railways and as joint director CBI
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Marwar- Mewar region turns dangerous zone

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>The Indian plate is constantly moving towards the north-east leading to increase in geological pressure on the Aravalli range area of Rajasthan. A huge fault has come due to different rocks between Aravalli hills in Mewar and plains of Marwar, which has turned the area from Marwar to Mewar into an earthquake prone region, due to which continuous earthquake tremors are being felt in Jodhpur, Pali, Sirohi, Jaisalmer and Barmer in western Rajasthan.However, geologists have denied the possibility of a big earthquake in Rajasthan, as of now.It is noteworthy that in the last ten years, fourteen tremors were felt in western Rajasthan. Professor Suresh Mathur, Head of Department of Geology Department, Jainarayan Vyas University, told that if the epicentre of earthquake is 10 kms below the surface of Jodhpur, geologically, it is clear that the epicentre is located in basement rocks below the igneous rocks of Malani igneous suite and Jodhpur group of rocks. The most preliminary view is that possibly, the nearest lineament may be ‘K lineament” running from Khatu to Sirohi. “Western Rajasthan, due to its geographical condition, comes under the Thar Desert region which always had weak ground motion,” said Prof S C Mathur, Head of department, geology, Jai Narayan Vyas University. The stability is also because of the dense desert cover which has abundance of sand acting as a cushion. “During earthquakes, sand acts as a shock absorber in the western Rajasthan,” he said.

Motor cycle campaign ‘Thar to Creeks’ kicks off in Jodhpur

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Under the aegis of Battle Axe Eagles, a motorcycle campaign, ‘Thar to Creeks’ was flagged off by General Officer Commanding of Konark Corps, Lt Gen PS Rajeshwar from Konark Stadium, Jodhpur Cantt on Saturday.Led by the Major General OP Galiya, General Officer Commanding, Battle X Division, a 10-member Army team will be traveling for 10 days from the sands of Thar in Rajasthan, to Kutch in Gujarat. The purpose of this campaign is to interact with ex-servicemen as well as motivate and guide the youth of the border areas.This expedition will cover 2600 kilometers of border areas of Rajasthan and Gujarat during 10 days and will conclude at Shaheed smarak in Jodhpur on November 20.

DNA Impact: Dept orders speeding of PMAY works

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>The rural development department has passed orders to speed-up the implementation of PMAY(Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana). The department has directed officials to complete the sanctioned targets of 2016-17 by November 30, 2017. The DNA report titled ‘Dream project PMAY(G) of power packed PM at snail’s pace in Rajasthan on October 5, 2017, was widely discussed in the corridors of the secretariat.After seeing the poor performance the department has ordered nodal officers of the scheme in Jodhpur, Churu, Kota, Alwar, Dausa, Bikaner, Sirohi, Chittorgarh, Bharatpur, Sawai Madhopur, Jhalawar, Jalore, Tonk, Bundi, Banswara, Baran, Udaipur, Karauli, Dungarpur, Barmer, Pratapgarh and Rajsamand to visit their respective districts for two days.The department admitted that department was only able to construct 52,617 which is 21% of its given target. For the year 2017-18, the target was to construct 2.23 lacs out of which permission for only 1.6 lacs has been sanctioned.The nodal officers have been directed to inspect and will take updated how the scheme is being implemented in their areas. And also, nodal officers will submit the report on the work carried by the staff responsible for the implementation of the scheme.

Poll wary Vasundhara Raje balm for miffed Rajputs

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>The Rajput rally at Sanwrad on 12th July brought to the fore different political connotations with it. Where the anti-government wave of the Rajputs came out in the open, political parties are now looking to make the most of the existing situation.Approximately a year from now, the people would cast their votes to choose a new government in Rajasthan. However, the same thought has brought out the BJP politicos from their so-called ‘deep slumber’. the reason, a dissent in its traditional vote bank – Rajputs.Anandpal’s encounter gave a forum to Rajput leaders to express their anger. Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje is also keeping her fingers crossed to woo the Rajputs.However, off late, the Rajputs have felt a discord with the chief minister.The discord was brought to the front when during a meeting of Rajput community in Jodhpur which was attended by thousands of members, Raje had allegedly reached uninvited.During the meeting, prominent leaders had made strong objections to Raje approaching the Rajputs so late. Sources reveal that the aftermath of Sanwrad incident has made Raje realise that the Rajputs will not favour the party.Due to this reason, a contingency plan has been made wherein Raje has directed a minister – also from the Rajput community – to identify the people from the community who did not support the agitation against Anandpal encounter. The cabinet minister has made teams at each district level that is now interacting with the community members in villages and cities. The team is tasked with identifying those from the community whowere averted to the Anandpal encounter and Sanwrad incident.BALLOT BLUEPRINT Contingency plan has been made wherein Raje has directed a cabinet minister – also from the Rajput community – to identify the people from the community who did not support the agitation after Anand Pal encounter. The cabinet minister has made teams on each district level that is now interacting with the community members in hamlets, villages, and cities.The team is tasked with identifying those people from the Rajput community who were averted to the Anand pal encounter and Sanwrad incident.The cabinet minister is himself supervising the entire operations.

Paying homage: Jodhpur runs marathon to salute martyrs

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>To remember the sacrifice of the soldiers of Border Security Force (BSF), Half Marathon-2017 was organised on Sunday by BSF Rajasthan Frontier Headquarters in Jodhpur. The 21-km Half Marathon started from BSF’s Ashwini Stadium and ended after sprinters passed through various routes of the city before ending the run at the point of start. Simultaneously, a 5km fun run was also be organised for school children.BSF Rajasthan Frontier Inspector General Anil Paliwal said that BSF is monitoring the 6.5 thousand kilometre long border from Pakistan. So far, more than 1852 soldiers have been martyred. The marathon started at 6 in the morning and covered areas like Paota Circle, Circuit House , Bhati Circle, Ratanada Circle, Panch Batti, New Residency Circle, Senapati Bhawan, Bhati Circle and return to the Ashwini Stadium. Moreover, the 5km fun run started from Gate Number 2 of the stadium and took the route of Kishor Bagh, Krishi Mandi before coming back to the stadium.With intent to strengthen the spirit of unity and patriotism, 10 winners were awarded cash prizes. Jagamal Singh of BSF bagged first prize, Jethusingh second and Sajjan Singh stood third in the men’s category in the Half Marathon. In the women’s category, Anita Chaudhary stood first, Mamta Chaudhary came second and Kusum Kanwar of Jodhpur Reserve Police won the third position.PAT ON THE BACKThe winners were awarded with a trophy and cash prize. Rs31,000, Rs21,000 and Rs15,000 were given to those who stood first, second and third respectively. IG Anil Paliwal also honoured the family members of BSF’s brave martyrs.

Vasudev Israni murder case: Shooter held in Chandigarh

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Shooter Bhomaram, who fired on businessman Vasudev Israni a month ago in Sardarpura area was caught in Chandigarh.A man named Aman,who had given shelter to Bhomaram in Chandigarh has also been arrested. Jodhpur Police Commissionerate had arrested Harendra Jat and Lawrence’s brother Anmol two days ago from Ahmedabad. Harendra had threatened to kill Israni.As such the police has arrested almost all other accused except the second shooter Kali Rajput of the gang who was behind the threatening and killing of Vasudev Israni for ransom.Harendra has been sent to judicial custody for identity, where he will go under identification parade in Jodhpur jail. Anmol is also on police remand and police is interrogating him.Notably, Israni, a Jodhpur businessman, was murdered for not paying protection money to a gang of criminals. The incident has embarrassed the police as the same victim had been shot at three months ago.

AJMER BYPOLL: Airport to give BJP fillip

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>The BJP is trying to cash in on the new airport in Kishangarh in the wake of upcoming Lok Sabha by-poll in Ajmer.Preparations are in full swing both at the state secretariat in Jaipur and at local administration level as the airport is likely to begin flight operations from 25th of this month.This is considered a big political development in context of the Ajmer Lok Sabha by-poll. Winning the election is the top priority of Raje government and before election date is announced, the government is keen to inaugurate the airport to get the political mileage.Apart from this, Union minister of state for aviation, Jayant Sinha’s proposed meeting with chief minister Vasundhara Raje tomorrow may also feature Jodhpur airport and intrastate air services. CM is keen to develop the state as major civil aviation hub and interconnect cities with air services for the growth of tourism.

Ravana’s descendants mourn on Vijayadashmi

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Dussehra festival is celebrated as the sign of victory of good over evil. On this occasion, when the effigies of Ravana are set ablaze across the country, his in-laws in Jodhpur, mourn his fiery end. Significantly, there is a temple of Ravana in Jodhpur, where the people of Dave community not only worship him but at the time of shraadh paksha, perform tarpan of Ravana as well .Shrimali Dave (Godha) Pandit Kamlesh Dave said that Shrimali Brahmin Dave (Godha) Mudgal Gautri caste used to be the foremost guards of Ravana’s army. All of these Ravana’s descendants came to Bhinmal from South India during Lakshmi marriage. After this, they settled in different parts of the country. Population of this caste is high in Gujarat and Rajasthan. Ravana is their ancestor. “Because of this, we stay at home on Ravana dahan and mourn and do the purification by taking bath.”He said people of Dave (Godha) caste of Shrimali community also do shradh after tarpan in the name of Ravana on dashmi of shradh paksh.Ravana was a scholar and a great devotee of Shiva. For this reason, his temple was constructed at the Mahadev Amarnath Temple complex in the foothills of Mehrangarh Fort in 2008. On the day of Vijaya Dashmi, all Shrimali Brahmis worship idol of Ravana. Simultaneously, he said that Ravana’s statue has been installed atthis temple as a Shiva bhakt. According to Pandit Dave, Ravana was the first one worship Shivaling. He was also fond of music and used to perform satsang from veena. He composed Shiv strota. Apart from this, Ravana had a vast knowledge of astrology and Vedas.

Hospitality event to be held at Jodhpur palace

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>The Hospitality Purchasing Managers’ Forum (HPMF) will hold its 7th Convention and Awards in a two-day event at the Indana Palace, Jodhpur, Rajasthan. Scheduled between September 14-16, the event is themed around the “Seven Elements of the Universe”.“The synergy, coordinated efforts and the passion will lead to better environment in hospitality procurement. We will also work out a collective strategy to create better name for our fraternity. Training and development needs will be identified and a solid three-year plan of action will be created to implement the strategies for achieving 100per cent results,” said one of the key organisers.The HPMF is a consortium of purchasing managers from the hospitality industry representing star hotels, catering companies, stand-alone restaurant chains and airlines.For its seventh convention, the forum has over 1,400 members spread over 48 countries.

Final hearing on blackbuck poaching case

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>The hearing of the final agruments in the case of two blackbucks poaching case against Salman Khan began on Wednesday.However, prosecution counsel Bhawani Singh Bhati could not complete his agruments. While descbring chain of events cited the statements of the eye witnesses Poonam Chand and Chogaram, who had seen Khan along with other persons poaching the black bucks in Kankani on October 1-2, 1998. The agruments will continue tomorrow. It is worth mentioning that during the shooting of film Hum Saath Saath in the year 1998 Salman Khan went for blackbuack with Saif Ali Khan, Neelam, Tabbu, Sonali Bendre and Satish Shah in Kankani village near Jodhpur. A case was registered against him for hunting a deer in the Luni police station.

When railway men saved the day for Army

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>During the 1965 Indo-Pak war, it was the heroics of railways engine driver of Jodhpur that saved the day for the Indian army. If Shri Krishna Sharma, despite heavy bombardment, had not provided ammunition and logistics to the Indian army it would not have been so easy to win the war against Pakistan.Not only this, 17 railway workers gave their lives by fixing the damaged Gadra road rail track in one day despite heavy bombing by Pakistanis. During the war in the Gadra sector of Barmer, Pakistani army had captured Munabao on 8th September 1965 and blew up the railway line going to the Gadra road.The Indian army stationed in Gadara was facing shortage of ammunition and logistics as the supply lines were completely cut off. Regardless of the heavy bombardment of the Pakistan Air Force, the railway staff, repaired the track and restored the supplies. However, 17 railway workers were martyred in the bombardment. Risking his life, Jodhpur’s rail pilot Shri Krishna Sharma despite the bombing made sure that the the train full of ammunition and a logistic reach Gadra. This bravery of Sharma helped the Indian army reach Gadra city and push the Pakistani army back to reoccupy Munabao.However, during his lifetime Sharma was not honoured for this bravery and service to the nation.Manoj Parihar of North Western Railway Employees Union said Shaheed Mela and tribute meeting will be organised at Gadra road.

Pak farmers not getting water after plugging Indira Gandhi canal leakage

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Pakistani farmers in the border areas are facing a crop failure as India has choked their water supply. The Pakistani farmers were taking advantage from leakage in Indira Gandhi canal in Sriganganagar. However, now this ‘water supply’ has stopped after the project to plug the leak in 15km area (from Daulatpura of Sriganganagar) has been successfully completed. The government has recently conducted a test and claimed that the farmers of Pakistan, who were getting free water from India were no longer getting it.The information has been sought from the irrigation department in Jodhpur about any leak in the canal which flows in the border area adjoining Jaisalmer. After the trial, the government has recently conducted a survey there. The farmers of that area told that for many decades, farmers from across the border were cultivating from our canal’s water. They were cultivating native cotton, American cotton, sugarcane, wheat and mustard.The scheme was approved in 2004 for ensuring construction work of both Ganganagar and Indira Nahar but the work was stuck for security reasons. In the meantime, in 2015, the Pak Rangers demanded a ban on the construction work on the canal in the flag meeting. After this, the BSF gave the green signal to the project of the Ministry of Water Resources.It is noteworthy that when there is excessive rain in Sriganganagar and Hanumangarh, water flows through the river. Not only this, due to the leakage in the canal, a lot of water is leaked and crosses the border while the Indian farmers are deprived of their share.

Police to hunt blue whale

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>The state government has sprung into action after two cases related to Blue Whale Game came to fore in the state. Taking cognizance, DGP Ajit Singh, has ordered to organise orientation courses at schools and colleges for creating awareness about the lethal game.He has asked the police superintendents of all the districts to run such orientation programmes of one hour which will apprise the students, teachers, and parents about the harmful effects of this game. For creating awareness, services of psychological motivators will be taken by the police authorities who will get in touch with the district medical officer, so that positive thinking can be developed in children and the ones who are using this game. The help of education department’s officials and NGOs is also being sought in this regard.After two cases, one of a boy in Jaipur and that of a girl in Jodhpur falling victims to game surfaced, police also alerted the cyber cell of the police department for controlling this game. Notably, senior officials of the department of home have also conducted meetings regarding controlling the reach of the game in the state. Sources informed that the home minister Gulab Chand Kataria himself took the feedback from the officers and the DGP, and also sought report about the game from all the IGs in all the ranges. Sources revealed that legal clauses related to preventing the reach of the game are also being studied by the officials of the department of home. Police are considering this game as a developed model of cyber crime.Meanwhile, HC judge and chairman of Rajasthan legal services authority, Justice Gopal Krishna Vyas has taken cognizance of the effects of this game. As per his order, a plan of awareness camps at 59 senior and secondary schools of Jodhpur has been made. In these camps, students will be educated on the harmful effects of the game.

Blue Whale: Jodhpur girl attempts suicide again, rushed to hospital

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>The 16-year-old Jodhpur girl, who was on Monday rescued after she jumped into Kaylana Lake here to complete the last task of the Blue Whale challenge reportedly made another attempt to claim her life by swallowing sleeping pills on Wednesday.The girl was admitted to an ICU for treatment and later shifted to the general ward.It is said that the girl feared that if she did not complete the last task her mother will be killed so she swallowed all kinds of pills, including sleeping spills, she found in the house.As her condition started deteriorating, relatives rushed her to a private hospital where she was admitted to ICU. Doctors said she was now out of danger.According to doctors, the girl is suffering from severe depression and is completely stuck in the Blue Whale game.Her treating doctor, Dr KR Dashiki said the girl was also counselled regarding the effect of the Blue Whale game on her mind. “A psychiatrist will be called to give her proper counselling. She accepted her mistake and said that she now regrets what she did and advised children to stay away from this deadly game,” Dr Daukia said.On Monday night, the girl, daughter of retired havaldar from BSF Mandor, attempted to commit suicide by jumping into the Kaylana lake but was fortunately saved by boat driver Om Prakash. Even at that time she was pleading to be allowed to die as she feared that her mother will be killed.

Blue whale suicide game survivor: I was given 4 options to kill myself

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>In her shaken voice and broken words, a 17-year-old Blue Whale Challenge survivor on Wednesday narrated a bone-chilling account of the suicide game.This is the first time that a Blue Whale Challenge survivor has given an inside story of the deadly game.Talking to media from her hospital bed, the daughter of a BSF soldier relived the horror and described how she was driven to commit suicide.“It took me two hours to start the game. Then I played it for entire night. They had given me 4 options. Make a shark from blade on your arm, jump off the terrace, take a plunge in the ocean or any river and run away. They said if you don’t complete the task within 3 days, something unimaginably bad will happen to you,” the teen said.Soon she lost her smartphone, which made her think that the warning will come true.“I thought now my mummy will also die. That’s why I didn’t go back to home,” the survivor said.The minor victim was rescued by the Jodhpur Police moments before the ‘last task’. The police saved her near the Kalyan Lake, where she had gone to end her life.She kept on telling the cops that she must complete the task else her mother will die.More than 4 children have allegedly committed suicide across country to complete the lethal challenge.From cutting oneself to watching horror movies at odd hours, to jumping off cliffs, the Blue Whale challenge has 50 such disturbing tasks.However, the challenge didn’t end in a tragedy as the cops were able to save the victim in nick of time.The survivor has a message for other children. “All this is fake, don’t believe in this. Don’t download such games.”Watch full video here:

ABVP triumphs in varsities’ polls

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Results for students’ union elections were declared at universities and affiliated colleges across the state. It had been for the first time that the results have been declared within a week of the universities going to polls, as for the institutes of Udaipur region the polling and result declaration took place on the same day. Polling for the student union elections were held across the state on August 28, the process was postponed at Udaipur in consideration of prime minister Narendra Modi’s visit.The day of ballot counting largely remains peaceful across the state with a few exceptions. At evening police had to resort to use of light force at Sukhadia University as hundreds of jubilant students attempted to enter the university campus after the victory of their candidate.The process of ballot counting commenced at universities across the state soon as voting ended at colleges of Udaipur region around 1 pm. As results kept flowing till late night, the student wing ideologically associated with ruling BJP had secured the post of president at six universities of the state. The student wing of Congress – National Students Union of India (NSUI) – had won seats of president at two universities, while independents proved their mettle at the prestigious seat of student union president at Rajasthan University and MDS University, Ajmer. The ABVP despite with ideological ties with ruling party was at a slight advantage on Apex seats, however, the Vidhyarthi Parishad officials claimed of sweeping support at affiliated colleges.“We had contested elections at 10 universities and 180 affiliated colleges, out of which we won president seats at six universities and 145 colleges,” claimed Naresh Paliwal, state office secretary of ABVP. “Overall our 470 candidates have emerged victorious in the results,” he added. As for the regional trends, NSUI clean swept elections at JNVU of Jodhpur. Here it was also an individual victory for the president elect, Kanta Gwala who was disqualified from contesting the elections by a recent government circular and had been able to contest after interim relief extended by the high court. At MDS University, Ajmer the independent candidate won the president’s seat with a margin of 213 votes, while at Rajasthan University it was a defeat for ABVP as its rebel Pawan Yadav won as president.

Asaram Bapu rape case: Security beefed up for rape victim after SC questions tardy pace of trial

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Close on the heels of the Supreme Court questioning the tardy pace of trial in the case involving self-styled godman Asaram Bapu, the district administration has stepped up security of the rape victim here.”Two more security personnel have been deployed at the residence of the rape victim and now half a dozen police personnel, including a lady constable, will remain on duty,” Superintendent of Police KB Singh said.Bullet proof jackets have also been made available to two personnel so that they can move about to check security arrangements, he said.The SP said that the entire family was under security and he has been monitoring it from time to time.The father of the victim, however, alleged that he has been making requests for an arms licence for his son ever since the incident took place but to no avail. He stressed that it was important for their security.He also sought additional security for the scribe Narendra Yadav, who had actively covered the entire incident in a local daily as he had been given only one security guard.He needs to be given proper security as per the SC directives, the victim’s father said.The 16-year-old Shahjahanpur girl had alleged rape by Asaram at his Jodhpur ashram and had lodged a case in this regard in Delhi’s Kamla Market police station which was later transferred to Jodhpur.On August 28, a Supreme Court bench comprising Justices N V Ramanna and Amitava Roy questioned the delay in the trial of the rape case involving the godman and asked the state government as to why the victim had not been examined.

India doctor fight during operation goes viral

The two are seen arguing while standing over a pregnant patient during an operation in India.

Caught on Camera: Doctors’ argue during surgery of pregnant woman in Jodhpur, newborn dies

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>A verbal spat between two doctors during C-Section surgery of a pregnant woman in Rajasthan’s Jodhpur was caught on camera.The doctors in a video can be seen arguing loudly and threatening each other in Hindi while operating a pregnant woman in the operation room. However, it was not clear what lead to the argument between the two.With the death of a newborn child, the hospital has suspended both the doctors. “When a woman was admitted, the foetus was in distress and had a low heartbeat. Still, we will probe reason for newborn’s death,” said the Superintendent of Umaid Hospital.”Both doctors have been removed immediately and disciplinary action will be taken against them,” said hospital’s principal, AL Bhat.

From Gurmeet Ram Rahim to Radhe Maa: Top 5 controversial ‘Gurus’ of India

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>India has been always land of spirituality. From Beatles to Madonna, the country has helped many to attain peace of mind.But that was a thing of past. Now, more and more scandals are tumbling out of closets of many self-styled spiritual leaders. From alleged rape cases to sexual assaults to murders, the controversies surrounding such ‘Gurus’ seems to be unending.As the country waits for the verdict in the alleged rape case against Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh in Panchkula on Friday, here are top five controversial spiritual leaders of recent times:Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh: The rockstar baba with Range RoverDera Sacha Sauda chief is no stranger to the controversies. From alleged rape charges, murder charges to hurting religious sentiments, Gurmeet Ram Rahim has seen fair share of scandals in recent past. Apart from the alleged rape of two female followers at Dera Headquarters in 2002, the spiritual leader is also accused of two murders. Ram Rahim was prime accused in murder of a staunch Dera follower of over 20 years and a journalist who was found dead. Ram Rahim was also accused of hurting religious sentiments of Sikhs after his ads showing him in attire resembling tenth Sikh Guru Guru Gobind Singh were published in 2007.The Dera chief has also been accused of forcing castration of around 400 followers in 2014.Radhe Maa: This godwoman is dancing divaHer devotees call her an ‘avtaar’ of Godess Durga. She ‘blesses’ them with an impromptu dance routine. Meet Radhe Maa, the most controversial Godwoman of recent times. Her shocking red dresses, over-the-top makeup, and gold trident makes her stand out among all spiritual leaders. Sukhwinder Kaur aka Radhe Ma has been accused of dowry harassment by a Mumbai woman. Niki Gupta, in a complaint filed in 2016, accused Radhe Maa of instigating her in-laws to harass her for dowry. In an another incident, a Gujarati family of 7 committed suicide after spending crores on Radhe Maa and not getting anything in return.Asaram Bapu: In Jodhpur jail for allegedly raping a teenAsaram Bapu has legions of followers who regularly plead his innocence on Twitter. The godman, who was once known for fetching flower headgear and playing Holi with his followers, is currently lodged in Jodhpur jail. The self-styled Guru is accused of raping a teen at hi Jodhpur ashram.Swami Nithyananda: The ‘sex swami’ and the CDSwami Nithyananda has been in news for a long time but all for wrong reason. In 2010, a video showing the godman and a Tamil TV actress in compromising position surfaced on local news channels in Bangalore. Though he maintained he was merely practising ‘Shavasana’, the police didn’t believe so and arrested him in Himachal Pradesh. Cases of rape, criminal intimidation and cheating among others have since been filed against the godman based on various complaints. There were reports that condoms, drugs and other contrabands were recovered from his ashram.Sant Rampal: Human shields and the babaIf you think that only the followers of Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh are bringing Panchkula to a grinding halt, think again. In 2014, a godmen raised his own ‘army’ in bid to escape from an arrest in murder charges. In an unprecedented way, the followers of Sant Rampal made a human shield around his Satlok Ahsram in Barwala, Hisar to prevent police from arresting their Guru. However, the standoff ended after police stormed the ashram and arrested him. The verdict in two criminal cases slapped against self-styled godman are expected after August 29.

Poppy husk worth Rs 1.5 cr seized in MP

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>The police have seized poppy husk worth about Rs 1.5 crore being transported illegally in a truck in the district, an official said today. A police team was deployed for routine checking at Fatehgarh on Mhow-Neemuch four-lane road here when the truck driver, upon noticing the security personnel, left the vehicle and fled from the spot last night, Bhaugarh police station in-charge Shrigopal Suryawanshi told reporters today. During a search, the police found 105 bags carrying poppy husk placed in the truck between sacks of de-oiled cakes of soyabean. The seized poppy husk weighed over 26 quintals and was worth around Rs 1.5 crore, he said. The truck belongs to a man from Jodhpur in neighbouring Rajasthan, he said. A search has been launched for the absconding truck driver, the police official added.(This article has not been edited by DNA’s editorial team and is auto-generated from an agency feed.)

Mobile accessories seized in Jodhpur Central Jail

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Authorities at Jodhpur Central Jail seized several mobile accessories during a search near the barracks, police said today. These were suspected to have been thrown in the high- security prison complex from outside by someone a few days ago, they said, they said. The jail administration received information about the incident on Friday following which a search was launched yesterday and it continued till today. The search was conducted near a specific barrack and the jail guards found a polythene bag with two packets inside, ASI Gyaneshwar Prasad said. One of the packets had 41 mobile charging pins and the other 33 charging plates. “We have initiated an investigation in the matter and are interrogating the prisoners to find the intended recipient of this material,” they said. The jail administration handed over the seized items to the police today which began an investigation in the matter. Twenty-one mobile phones and 20 gm of hashish had been seized from the jail premises in May.(This article has not been edited by DNA’s editorial team and is auto-generated from an agency feed.)

Desert state records excess rain this monsoon

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Rajasthan has received excess rainfall this monsoon season, recording 26 per cent higher than normal rains. Of the total 33 districts in the state, 8 received abnormal rains, 7 recorded excess and as many normal while 11 districts recorded deficit rainfall. The state, which saw floods in Jalore and in parts of Barmer, Sirohi and Pali districts, received 367.83 mm rains against the normal rainfall of 290.89 mm from June 1 to August 6, which is 26.4 per cent higher, according to water resources department. Districts which recorded abnormal rainfall (60 per cent or more) are Barmer, Jaisalmer, Jalore, Jodhpur, Pali, Rajsamand, Sirohi and Udaipur while Ajmer, Banswara, Chittorgarh, Churu, Dungarpur, Nagaur and Pratapgarh received excess (20 to 59 per cent more than normal) rains. Bhilwara, Bikaner, Hanumangarh, Jhalawar, Jhunjhunu, Sikar and Tonk received normal rainfall (19 per cent high or 19 per cent less than normal) whereas Alwar, Baran, Bharatpur, Bundi, Dausa, Dholpur, Sriganganagar, Jaipur, Karauli, Kota and Sawaimadhopur received deficit rainfall (-20 per cent to 59 per cent than normal). Out of the 831 total dams in the state, 164 are totally filled and 333 partially filled and 334 are empty. Heavy and incessant rainfall led to floods in Jalore and nearby parts where thousands of people were relocated to safer places and hundreds were rescued by Air Force helicopters, columns of Army and teams of NDRF and SDRF. The situation there is now gradually improving.(This article has not been edited by DNA’s editorial team and is auto-generated from an agency feed.)

Gujarat Cong MLAs are cattle in search of fodder: Swamy

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>BJP leader Subramanian Swamy today termed the Gujarat Congress legislators, who have been sent to a resort to fend off ‘poaching’ attempts by the saffron party ahead of Rajya Sabha polls, as “cattle in need of fodder”. “They (Congress legislators) are cattle…they are being taken to a cage. Only BJP can give them the fodder,” he told reporters at the Jodhpur Civil Airport when asked about the recent developments in BJP-ruled Gujarat. The Congress has sent 44 of its legislators to the resort outside Bengaluru. Of the 57 Congress MLAs in the state, six resigned from the party in the last two days with three of them joining the BJP yesterday. Talking about the India-China military stand-off in the Sikkim section, the BJP leader, who was in the city to attend an event by Rajasthan Patrika, said India needed to harmonise its relations with Beijing. On being asked about the stepping down of Pakistan prime minister Nawaz Sharif over graft charges, Swamy said the bilateral relation between India and Pakistan will now worsen. “Sharif was a henpecked prime minister and was nothing but a tool for the army and jehadis,” he said. The parliamentarian added that Pakistan should be split into four parts — Baluchistan, Pakhtunistan, Sindh and West Panjab. “Pakistan will never rectify. It is better to split it into four parts. This is the only solution to the problem with Pakistan,” he said.(This article has not been edited by DNA’s editorial team and is auto-generated from an agency feed.)

Close shave: Pilot lands plane safely after bird-hit

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Passengers of Jet Airways Mumbai-Jodhpur flight number 9W414 were horrified to notice sparks coming out of one of the plane’s engines after the massive Boeing 737 class aircraft suffered multiple bird hits while descending at the Jodhpur Airport on Friday afternoon. Reportedly three birds had collided with the aircraft, however, the pilot Parniti Thakkar managed to land the flight with 167 passengers on board to safety.According to the passengers, the pilot stopped the descent and took the aircraft to a higher altitude as soon the bird hit occurred, thus avoiding loss of control while landing.There was panic among the passengers as some of them witnessed sparks flying out of the left engine. The flight crew, though, was able to prevent panic on board and kept the passengers, some of who complained of burn odour, confined to seats.Meanwhile, the pilot was constantly in communication with the air traffic control over the situation. After ensuring that the engine though damaged was not on fire, she decided to proceed with landing. By that time, arrangements were made at the runway to meet any untoward situation.“The plane landed safely at 1:40 PM and all passengers deboarded without any complication” said director of Jodhpur Civil Airport GK Khare.However, for the passengers it was a hard to forget the nightmare, even as they appreciated the crew’s efforts. The airplane, meanwhile, was taken in for repairs and could not resume its return flight scheduled to Mumbai.IN SAFE HANDSReportedly three birds had collided with the aircraft, however, the pilot Parniti Thakkar managed to land the flight with 167 passengers on board to safety.

Doctor acquitted in rape case as woman resiles from complaint

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>A doctor has been acquitted of charge of raping a woman, whom he had met through a matrimonial website, by a Delhi court after she deposed that the physical relations were established with her consent. The court said no incriminating evidence has come on record against the doctor and absolved him of the charges. “From close scrutiny of testimony of the woman, the star witness of the case, no incriminating evidence has come on record to proceed further. Hence, in these circumstances further trial of the case would not serve any purpose,” Additional Sessions Judge Ramesh Kumar said. A case was lodged in July last year on the woman’s allegation that she came in contact with the man through a matrimonial site and they started communicating over phone. The man, posted in a hospital in Jodhpur, proposed marriage and asked her to meet him in Delhi. In June last year, the man met her and took her to a hotel in Paharganj area in central Delhi where he consumed liquor and forcibly established physical relations with her, the woman had alleged. She alleged that the man refused to marry her after which she lodged a complaint against him. However, the woman changed her stand in the court and deposed that the physical relations were established with her consent. She said the man had neither threatened her nor took her obscene videos or photographs. Asked by the judge as to why she filed the complaint against the man when the physical relations were consensual, the woman said when she reminded him that he had proposed marriage, he sought time for it. She became suspicious of his intentions and thought that he was avoiding her. So she lodged the complaint.(This article has not been edited by DNA’s editorial team and is auto-generated from an agency feed.)

Heavy rains continue to create flood-like situation across state

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Continuous spells of heavy downpour prevailed in Jalore, Pali and Sirohi created flood-like situation and hundreds of villages here were disconnected by roads, affecting relief operations by teams of administration while thousands are waiting to be escued. However, on Thursday there was less rainfall which allowed water to drain. Nearly 115 small and medium dams are overflowing in the state while the water resource department opened gates and released water from Janwai Dam.The highest rainfall in the past 24 hours was recorded at Mount Abu with a rainfall of 145mm. Sirohi district is continuously receiving abnormal rainfall during last 120 hrs. Mount Abu station received 2116mm rainfall in the last 120 hours. Most affected areas with thousands of people stranded are Barmer, Pali, Jalore, Jodhpur and Sirohi.The damaged roads have further added to people’s woes by disconnecting Pali, Jodhpur, Sirohi and Jalore with other districts and even neighboring state Gujarat. Road leading Sirohi in all directions are blocked due to flooded roads. Pali -Ahmedabad, Jodhpur- Palanpur road, Jalore to Bhinmal, Jodhpur and Sirohi have watery roads leading nowhere and affecting relief operations to the people stranded on roof and high level areas in rural and urban spots.Meanwhile, the SDRF, NDRF assisted by the administration continued rescued operation amid adverse conditions. 10 persons were rescued from Sacnhor (Jalore) who were waiting for relief while 45 stranded in Sirohi were taken away to safe locations. Three kids who went to take a dip in a pond at Jayal were drowned. On Thursday, apart from Mound Abu downpour lashed Marwar Junction, Gudamalani and Sanchor while other areas did not receive heavy rainfall which helped to drain the water level.“Our relief teams have rescued 502 persons so far in Jalore, Pali and Sirohi in past four days. Today were have rescued 10 people in Jalore. Six deaths were reported in Jalore alone and there are deaths in rain related incidents” said a senior officer with the disaster management department. In wake of flooded rail track at some places the NWR has cancelled two trains- Mehsana- Abu Road (79437) and Abu Road-Mehsana (79438) while four trains were diverted and cancelled partially.

IAF, Army rescue stranded in Pali, Jalore

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>For the second consecutive day on Tuesday, army columns and air force helicopters continued to rescue people stranded in rain hit districts of Jalore and Pali.While the army columns rescued 59 people in the last 24 hours, the Air Force helicopters rescued people struck in the small villages that were surrounded by gushing water from all sides.Meanwhile, the Pali district collector has cancelled all leaves and holidays of the administrative officers to pitch in with rescue effort.On Monday the Indian Air Force had been handicapped due to the extreme weather conditions that stayed prevalent for most part of the day. However, on Tuesday the IAF launched MI-17V5 helicopters from various bases for flood rescue and relief operations.Two helicopters took off from Jodhpur that provided relief and rescue work at Jalore and Pali districts of the state.“A total of five helicopters already pressed into service with more aircraft standing by in a state of readiness at Air Force bases in Jamnagar, Phalodi and Jodhpur,” said officials.At Pali, 32 people were airlifted from Dansa, Bandhnio and Sodha villages.However, their rescue posed problems as the helicopter could not land. Following this a boat was lowered from the helicopter which was used to carry people from the affected parts and into the helicopter.Officials of the Indian Army also pitched in with the rescue and relief operations as a column from the 15 mechanised unit rescued six civilians at Sayla in Jalore district situated on the Ahor-Dhansana road.Meanwhile, situation worsened in Barmer district too and even at Utarlai air force base as well after heavy rains lashed the area since late Monday night.Here, army column was pressed into rescue which saved 21 people in coordination with the National Disaster Relief Fund (NDRF) team. Waterlogging in various parts of the base created problems for the officials. However, the water was being cleared by using water pumps and motors.

A sensitive lady chief minister takes charge of relief operation

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>An unprecedented rainfall in several parts of South-western Rajasthan has got the Rajasthan government jumping headlong into relief works. Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje is personally monitoring the relief works being carried out by the different agencies such as the state disaster relief force, the local district administration headed by collectors, relief department and the Army. Raje has ordered the ministers in charge of the four districts, Jalore, Sirohi, Pali and Barmer to supervise the relief operations. “The CM has directed the relief secretary to camp at Jodhpur and monitor the aid being provided to locals,” an official statement from the government said. Due to heavy rains lashing south-west parts of the state, the state administration has requested the Air Force and the Army to help in the rescue operations of the stranded people.Situation in Pali district continued to detoriate on Monday where Jawai, Sukri and Khari rivers are overflowing. The police have been directed to ask people not to venture close to nullahs and rivers. Meanwhile, the State Disaster Relief Force (SDRF) and National Disaster Relief Force (NDRF) has been deployed in the affected areas.On Monday the state administration contacted the air force for rescue operations in the affected areas after which four IAF helicopters from its base at Jodhpur and Phalodi have been assigned to the target areas for conducting rescue and relief operations. The focus area of operations of the IAF were the villages in Jalore and Pali districts.“The crew have been braving extremely bad weather since morning and attempting to save as many human lives wherever they find a window of opportunity to reach the stranded people,” officials said.Meanwhile an army column was also moved after rescue operations were needed in several areas. 31 people were rescued by army personnel of the Battle Axe Division of Indian Army from flood affected Pawta village of Pali district. Additional columns of army have also moved for deployment in Jalore and Sanchore.RELIEF AT HANDRaje has ordered the ministers in charge of the four districts, Jalore, Sirohi, Pali and Barmer to supervise the relief operations.
The CM has directed the relief secretary to camp at Jodhpur and monitor the aid being provided to locals, an official statement from the government said.
Army column moved for rescue operations. 31 people were rescued by army personnel of the Battle Axe Division of Indian Army from flood affected Pawta in Pali.

Flood-like situation in Rajasthan, two washed away

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>A woman and her daughter died today after a jeep carrying them was washed away in swirling waters in Rajasthan where a heavy downpour in Jalore, Pali and Sirohi districts has led to a flood-like situation leaving several persons marooned. The Army and the Air Force have been pressed into rescue operations. Four MI-17V5 helicopters of the IAF from its bases at Jamnagar, Jodhpur and Phalodi have been assigned target areas for conduct of flood rescue and relief operations. The continuous rainfall in the region has affected normal life and the road and rail network.Two trains were partially terminated in Jodhpur Railway division today due to water logging on theBhiladi-Samdari railway route. In Udaipur, a 30-year-old woman and her 7-year-old daughter died today when a jeep carrying them was washed away while crossing a bridge over an overflowing canal in Kherwada police station area. The deceased were identified as Vimla Meena and her daughter Jashoda of Badla village in Udaipur district, SHO Kherwada Ratan Singh said. The Army along with district administration teams are at work to rescue the people stuck in low-lying areas. State Minister of Disaster Management and Relief, Gulab Chand Kataria said the condition in Jalore, Pali and Sirohi is “critical” due to heavy rainfall that occurred in the last few days. Rescue teams have been directed to carry out operation to rescue people especially in Jalore and Pali. “Condition in Jalore is critical as five persons have taken shelter on a tree. Unfortunately, due to dense clouds choppers are finding it difficult to fly in the region. However, teams are at task and waiting for the weather to normalise,” Kataria told reporters. He said the condition worsened in Jalore after a few small dams were damaged whereas in Mount Abu, Sanchor and in neighbouring areas a number of people are stuck in low-lying areas. Jalore SDM Rajendra Singh said the people in Siyana, Aakoli Tathu, Dadani are stuck due to ongoing rainfall and bad weather condition. Two persons each were rescued safely from Betala and Aakali, he added. The focus of the operations at present is villages in Dhanera and Deesa taluka of Banaskantha district (Gujarat), villages in Jalore and Pali districts (Rajasthan). IAF helicopter crew have been braving extremely bad weather since morning and attempting to save as many lives wherever they find a window of opportunity to reach the stranded people, the spokesperson added. In Sirohi district, district administration teams have rescued several persons from low-lying areas. Food packets have been distributed, Sirohi Collector, Sandesh Nayak said. The MeT department has warned of heavy rainfall in South-East Rajasthan. In the last 24 hours, Jaipur recorded 65 mm rainfall followed by 40.4 in Barmer, 33.1 in Dabok, 30 mm in Bundi, 20.2 mm in Bhilwara, 10 mm in Jodhpur, 7.1mm in Vanasthali, 6.3 mm in Pilani, 5 mm in Swai Madhopur, 3.8 mm in Ajmer respectively.(This article has not been edited by DNA’s editorial team and is auto-generated from an agency feed.)

Woman accuses husband of giving triple talaq on phone

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>A man divorced his wife by uttering ‘talaq’ thrice on the phone in Jaisalmer following which she approached the Rajasthan Women Commission. The woman was married to Sabir Mohammad three years ago in Jodhpur, but had returned to her parents’ home after two years alleging that she was harassed by her in-laws, Sudha Purohit, a member of Rajasthan Women Commission, said. The couple has a one-year-old daughter. The woman approached the panel yesterday claiming that her husband had divorced her over the phone, Purohit said. She said the woman had earlier lodged a complaint about the harassment with Pratap Nagar police station in Jodhpur but later reached a compromise with her in-laws. Since the harassment continued, she moved to Jaisalmer to be with her parents. She also lodged a complaint with the Mahila Thana of Jaisalmer police. “Investigations into the alleged triple talaq matter are almost complete. We will present the case before the court for its decision in the matter,” SP Jaisalmer Gaurav Yadav said.(This article has not been edited by DNA’s editorial team and is auto-generated from an agency feed.)

Intra-air services soon on 6 routes

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Soon, the intra-air services will be extended on six new routes including direct connectivity to New Delhi and Ahmedabad. The state government gave consent to this proposal on principle and forwarded the same to the Union Civil Aviation Ministry for necessary formalities.As per the letter shot to the civil aviation by chief secretary Ashok Jain, it has been decided to expand the intra-air services on six more routes which are Jaipur-Kota, Delhi-Sawai Madhopur,Delhi-Kisahangarh, Delhi-Shri Ganganagar, Jodhpur-Ahmedabad and Jaipur- Jodhpur- Jaisalmer.So far the service are available on three routes from Jaipur to Jodhpur, Bikaner and Udaipur. The air service was launched by chief minister Vasundhara Raje in October last year and Supreme Airlines was commissioned for operation of flights on a regular basis on these routes.In the previous Budget the CM had announced to expand intra-air services to other cities and the letter written by the CS comes in its continuance.In the letter, the CS has recommended for the same air operator to run the operations on new routes.“In accordance with the Budget announcement made by the chief minister and requirements received from various districts in Rajasthan, state government in principle agreed to operate intra-state services on following routes in addition to three routes,” said the letter by the CS dispatched to Rajiv Nararyan Choubey, secretary to the civil aviation.In the letter it has also been requested that the department commence flight operations immediately after completion of necessary formalities and receipts of mandatory approvals and no objections certificates (NOC) from respective organisations by the air operator.Tourism to benefitThe sources in the tourist department said that the move will boost tourism in the desert state as Sawai Madhopur, where Ranthambore National Park is located, will get connected to Delhi. Also, Ajmer, known for Dargah and Puskhar, have also been proposed to be connected under the proposal. Two states, Delhi and Gujarat come under the expansion of the services fetching more tourists and business too.

PM expected to launch infra projects in Raj

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Prime Minister Narendra Modi is expected to visit Rajasthan in coming days to lay foundation stones, inaugurate projects in the tune of Rs25,000 crore, informed Transport Minister Yunus Khan.“The Union Transport Minister, Nitin Gadkari, had a word with PM Modi about the projects to be inaugurated and the PM has given his consent. Soon the chief minister Vasundhara Raje will call on Modi to invite him to visit Rajasthan to inaugurate the projects,” Khan told the scribes here at the assembly after casting his vote in the presidential election. The date of the PM’s visit will be decided after the meeting, he added.“There are projects in the tune of Rs15,000 crore which are being funded by the central government. Development works worth Rs10,000 crore are being carried out by state government on its own. These projects will be inaugurated or their foundation will be laid by the PM during the visit. Of them, Rs4,000 crore is for projects which were launched on December 13, 2014 and are nearing completion, said Khan. The minister added that it is Gadkari who proposed for the PM’s visit.Khan said major projects of which foundation stones will be laid by the PM, include Ring Road projects in Kota and Jodhpur and a formal event on Jaipur Ring Road project. Also, a hanging bridge in Kota will be dedicated to the people.Road projects connecting Kota-Darrah, Pokhran-Jaisalmer, Jodhpur-Barmer are among the ones of which PM will lay foundation stone. Khan added the government will finalise the detailed project report on access controlled expressway between Jaipur and Delhi. The meeting is scheduled to be held in Jaipur next week.

Rajasthan: IAF plane crashes, pilots safe

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<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>A MiG-23 trainer aircraft of the Indian Air Force crashed in Rajasthan’s Jodhpur district, with both the pilots ejecting safely.The incident occurred in Balesar area, SP (Jodhpur Rural) Dr Ravi said. It was a MiG-23 UB trainer plane and both the pilot and co-pilot are safe, defence source said.A Court of Inquiry has been ordered.Further details are awaited.

Light rainfall in parts of Rajasthan, temperature rises

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Light rainfall occurred at isolated places in Jaipur and Udaipur today while the weather remained dry in rest of the state. The lack of rainfall led to rise in mercury by a few degrees in parts of the state, the MeT Department said. Sri Ganganagar was the hottest place in the state with a maximum temperature of 40.3 degrees Celsius. Churu recorded its maximum at 38.5 degrees Celsius, while the mercury in Jaisalmer and Bikaner settled at 38.1 and 37.8 Degrees Celsius respectively, it said. Barmer braved a hot day at 36.9 degrees Celsius, whereas Pilani also recorded a similar maximum temperature of 36.7 degrees Celsius. Temperature in in Jaipur and Kota settled at 34.9 and 34.3 degrees Celsius. Jodhpur and Ajmer recorded their maximum temperatures at 34.1 and 33.3 degrees Celsius respectively. The weatherman has predicted rainfall/thunderstorm with rainfall likely at isolated places of the state.(This article has not been edited by DNA’s editorial team and is auto-generated from an agency feed.)

Asaram asks his followers not get provoked by social media

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Rape accused Asaram Bapu today asked his followers not to get provoked by a message being circulated on social media purportedly asking them to gather here to launch a struggle to get him out of the jail. Coming out of the court here, Asaram turned to his followers with his finger on his lips, indicating them to keep silence and maintain clam. He also made an appeal to his followers, through media, asking them not to crowd the court and stay in their home. “One Bhaveshanand has been instigating my followers on social media these days, appealing to all to reach Jodhpur and the court and launch struggle in getting me out of the jail,” he alleged. “This all is nonsense. They better stay at their home and there is no need for them to come here,” he told reporters. With only few days left for Guru Poornima, a large number of his followers have started coming to Jodhpur and are gathering at the jail or on the court premises in anticipation of getting glimpse of their guru . “They need not come here, and even if they have come, they should maintain peace and have trust in judiciary,” he said.(This article has not been edited by DNA’s editorial team and is auto-generated from an agency feed.)

Constable held with 2.5 quintals of poppy husk in Raj

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>A constable of the Rajasthan Police was arrested in Baran district and 2.5 quintals of poppy husk and 7 grams of heroin was seized from his car. The constable, Jagdish Vishnoi (35), posted in police lines, Baran, was yesterday arrested from Babjinagar area. He was today produced before a local court which sent him to police remand, the police said. During preliminary investigation, the constable admitted to have purchased poppy husk and heroin from one Rajaram Meena of Banjari village in the district, the police said. The consignment was to be smuggled to Jodhpur for sale, they said.(This article has not been edited by DNA’s editorial team and is auto-generated from an agency feed.)

Over 1,900 kg poppy husk seized in Raj, 2 detained

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>In a major drug haul, poppy husk weighing over 1,900 kg was seized from a truck on Jodhpur- Jaisalmer highway near Dechu area and two persons were detained, a Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) official said today. Acting on a tip-off, a checkpoint was set up on the highway late last night and the truck, which was going from Madhya Pradesh to Ramdeora in Jaisalmer district, was intercepted, the official said. During checking, 1943.3 kg poppy husk was found under sacks of banana the truck was carrying. The driver and his helper has been detained and they claimed that they did not know whom the consignment had to be delivered, the NCB official said. “During interrogation, they said that the truck was loaded in Madhya Pradesh and they were told that the consignee would contact them in Ramdeora itself,” the official said.(This article has not been edited by DNA’s editorial team and is auto-generated from an agency feed.)

Superstitious doctor slaps patient to treat ‘ghost’ !

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –> In a shocking case of superstition, a woman was slapped by her doctor in Rajasthan?s Barmer after she told him that a ghost had allegedly cut her braid. The doctor namely Surendra Bahari also used agarbatti (joss stick) to get rid of the ghost. Bahari said that the woman?s head felt very heavy when she arrived at the hospital, and the doctor slapped her as a part of his treatment. Apart from Barmer, the superstitious idea of a ghost cutting women?s braid is spearheading rampantly in various districts of the state, including Nagor, Jaisalmer and Jodhpur. Several women have complained regarding the same. The district police officials are constantly appealing the public to not believe in such fallacy. In reference to the incident, the Principal Medical Officer (PMO) of the hospital said that a committee has been formed to investigate the matter. He said, ?It?s not good for a doctor to behave like this, if he is found guilty, he would be punished for the same.?(This article has not been edited by DNA’s editorial team and is auto-generated from an agency feed.)

ACB arrests health dept officer, public prosecutor for graft

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>The Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) has arrested two government officials in separate incidents while they were allegedly accepting bribe.Administrative officer at health department, Thane zilla parishad, Dr Milind Chiddarwar, was held on Wednesday, June 28, while he was taking Rs 50,000 as bribe from the complainant, who is the medicine production officer in the same department, a press note issued by the Thane ACB last evening said.According to the complainant, he was transferred from Thane to Badlapur recently and was given the additional charge of Thane office.
ALSO READ ACB sleuths arrest gram sevak for taking bribe in JodhpurThe complainant then approached the administrative officer, requesting him to give him charge of both the offices on a permanent basisChiddarwar then demanded bribe from the complainant for the “favour” done to him by giving him the charge of both Badlapur and Thane offices.The aggrieved later approached the ACB, following which, a trap was laid at the office of the accused.In another incident, Assistant Public Prosecutor (APP), was held by Navi Mumbai unit of ACB at a court in Vashi, on Wednesday while he was allegedly taking a bribe of Rs 4,000, the release said.APP Kedar Giri made the demand from the complainant for not opposing his bail application in the court.Cases have been registered under relevant sections of Prevention of Corruption Act in both the incidents and further investigations were on.

More rain to drench Raj in next 2 days

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Monsoon made an arrival over Rajasthan on Tuesday and with it, since the last 48 hours, all regions of the state have been witnessing good spell of rainfall. In fact, a few districts even reported excess rain in the last 24 hours as well. South West Monsoon has further advance into parts of South Rajasthan and the Northern limit of monsoon passing through Barmer and Chittorgarh in the state.As per the official data, during the last 24 hours, districts like Jalore recorded heavy showers of 29.7 mm, Jodhpur 28.61 mm, Ajmer 27.89 mm, Nagaur 26.36 mm, and Rajasamand and Sikar witnessed more than 24 mm of rains each. Pratapgarh remained the only district with zero rainfall on Wednesday.Jaipur witnessed a drenched and cool Wednesday morning. Cloud activities continued till afternoon and around 2 pm rain occurred in areas including C-Scheme, Civil Lines, Tonk Road, Narayan Singh Circle, JLN Marg, Tonk Phatak, Bajaj Nagar, Gandhi Nagar and Malviya Nagar. Though areas at Ajmer Road and Sikar Road remained almost dry. Temperatures dropped 3-5 degrees Celsius below normal due to rains.RAIN METERTelara in Bundi recorded highest rainfall of 90 mm followed by Nathdwara at 80 mm, Masuda, Kekri, Mangaliyawas at 70 mm each. Ajmer division recorded 23.34 mm rainfall while Jaipur and Jodhpur divisions received 19mm and 17 mm rainfall respectively on Wednesday.

Anandpal encounter: ‘Misleading’ FB post lands man in cop net

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Like any other other issue, the Anandpal encounter too has become a subject of hot debate on social media.As Rajasthan police announced the killing of Anandpal in an encounter in Malasar in Ratangarh on Saturday night, posts on Facebook and other social media platforms started appearing, some praising the bravery of cops while others called it a murder.However, the most curious case has been of Veer Indra Saran, who had announced the details of the encounter on his Facebook even before the encounter could begin. According to police, the encounter began around 10.30pm on Saturday. But at 8.57pm same day Saran congratulated the Rajasthan police on eliminating the gangster.In his post he said: “Rajasthan ki gandagi Anandpal ka safaya karne par police ko badhai dena banta hai’ and ‘Aaj ho sakta hai Anandpal ka encounter.”What made the case more mysterious was Saran’s arrest.Wasting no time, the police arrested him on Monday, but the matter did not end here as his Facebook account was still active minutes before his arrest.However, mysteriously clarification started coming on his Anandpal posts on his Facebook.This has raised many questions about the timing of clarifications. According to police version, he was arrested around 11pm on Monday while amendment to the post was appeared at 10.49pm.The main question is, did Saran made amendments to the post under alleged police pressure or was he aware in advance of this highly secretive operation?When DNA contacted Jodhpur Police for the comment on the arrest of the youth, SHO Rajiv Bhadu of Bhopalgarh Police Station under Jodhpur Rural said, “We have arrested the accused around 11 pm on Monday for the posts he made.”Also, the press note released by the police has asked people not to forward any posts or comments on social media without confirming their authenticity.Meanwhile, the SP Nagaur Paris Deshmukh has urged people from all walks of life to refrain from circulating or posting comments and reports on social media platforms which might create discord in the society.

Jats sit on tracks; rail & road traffic blocked

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>The Railway administration had cancelled 15 trains of North-Western Railway and five trains of Central Railway as part of its efforts to streamline rail traffic following the chakka jam by Jats in Bharatpur district.Meanwhile, as Jat agitators have also blocked road routes in Bharatpur, the Rajasthan Roadways has also cancelled operation of many buses on various routes. Due to road blocks by agitators, not a single bus could come out of the Bharatpur Roadway bus stand and none of the buses could enter the city on the second day of Jat agitation on Friday.North-Western Railway chief public relations officer Tarun Jain has said that Jaipur-Lucknow train was cancelled on Friday morning and Lucknow-Jaipur train stands cancelled on Saturday. Train number 12404 Jaipur-Allahabad which was scheduled to depart from Jaipur on Friday would start from Mathura station and thus the train has been partially cancelled as it would not run between Jaipur and Mathura stations. Earlier, this train was completely cancelled.Train number 54461 Bandikui-Bareilly, scheduled to depart from Bandikui on Friday would start from Agra Fort. In other words, the train has been partially cancelled between Bandikui and Agra Fort stations. This train was also completely cancelled earlier.Jain also informed that Train number 14865 Varanasi-Jodhpur which departed from Varanasi on June 22 would take the Bayana-Gangapur City-Sawai Madhopur-Jaipur route to reach its destination. On the other hand, train number 12963 Nizammudin Udaipur and train number 12964 Udaipur-Nizammudin have been cancelled.Routes of around a dozen other trains have been changed. These include train number 15269 Muzaffarpur-Ahmedabad, train number 19665 Khajuraho-Udaipur, Howrah-Jodhpur and others.

Inscriptions showcasing history of Marwar dynasty discovered

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>As many as 50 inscriptions from 11th to 14th century have been discovered at Karwar, a village 25 kilometers away from Jodhpur. These inscriptions are said to be from the time before the Rathore dynasty was established. They are said to be from the clans of Guhil, Hul, Sankhala, Padihar, and Dahiya.Director of Rajasthan Shodh Sansthan, Dr Vikramsingh Bhati, informed that inscription from vikram samwat 1056 is from Hul Saawant, and the ones from vikram samwat 1120 belongs to Guhil Muhande. Inscriptions have also been found belonging to Guhil Laakhu from vikram samwat 1230. Also, inscriptions have been found from vikram samwat 1373, which belong to Padihar Jagasi.“Discovery of these inscriptions is important as people were doubtful about the existence of these dynasties as there was nothing to substantiate it,” Bhati said. These inscriptions depict men riding on horsebacks and women standing with their hands folded. Some women are shown worshipping Lord Shiva while fighter women are seen standing with swords and shields in their hands.“They not only showcase the history of Marwar dynasty but also display the detailed handwork on the men and women. The details provide information about the kind of costumes worn by the people during that time along with the kind of jeweller matched with it. These inscriptions are very important to maintain the history of time and it is very important to keep them safe. They are on the verge of being destroyed,” Bhati added.INSCRIPTIONS ON VERGE OF DESTRUCTIONThese inscriptions not only showcase the history of Marwar dynasty but also display the detailed handwork on the men and women. They are also very important to maintain the history of time and it is very important to keep them safe.

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