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Bridging the dead end

At least 33 people were killed on Saturday when a bus crashed through the railings of the bridge and fell into the Banas river in Rajasthan’s Sawai Madhopur. What was more shocking and can be termed a major infrastructure failure was that the bridge on which the tragedy took over, didn’t have warning boards and the railings were not fortified which reflects the poor state of the bridge and ‘low-class’ engineering. According to the Central ministry of road, transport and highway, there are 8 major bridges in the state which can collapse at any point of time.Bridge inventory and condition survey were carried out by the Central ministry recently. The survey was basically based on visual inspection, according to which 8 major bridges of Rajasthan were found under distress condition which means bridge could collapse anytime. According to this survey, there are 5 major bridges under Udaipur region namely Panarwa, Subedra, Gogla, Nayarahat and Looniyara which are under the threat of collapse. One bridge under Ajmer region in Nagra is also on the list. One bridge at Mohabbatpura under Dausa region and one bridge at Belapur under Jaipur region is facing severe condition.Warning from the past: Deaths due to the collapse of structures: Data from the National Crime Records Bureau (NCRB) indicates that a total of 38,363 people lost their lives due to the collapse of various structures between 2001 and 2015. Most people lost their lives due to the collapse of residential houses. In Rajasthan, 2,066 people lost their lives due to structural collapse. The NCRB categorizes the data on the collapse of structures into 5 different categories. Between 2001 and 2015, the collapse of bridges recorded the death of 1,217 people.Kota bridge collapse30 people were killed on December 2009, 2015 due to a collapse of an under-construction bridge over Chambal river in Rajasthan. After 10 months, a high-level probe identified non-compliance of construction sequence prepared by the project designer as one of the main reasons behind the accident.

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Rajasthan Bus Accident: Survivors say minor was rashly driving bus

Survivors of the bus that met with an accident on Saturday in Sawai Madhopur in Rajasthan believe they were lucky enough to have escaped the clutches of death. The state government said that an action would be taken against the bus owner and also announced compensation to the families of the deceased and injured. Kamlesh Devi, a victim of the bus accident, was travelling from Uttar Pradesh to Ramdeviji Temple with her daughter, mother-in-law and pregnant sister-in-law and her two kids. Lying on the hospital bed she said, ” “I am married for six years. I have one daughter. But my family wants a son. So, I was coming to the temple to seek a baba’s (traditional healer) blessing so I give birth to a boy.” She also adds that three of her family members were with her but is clueless of the rest. Anurag Prajapat, 13, was travelling with his father vinod to Ramdevji temple to seek blessings. “I am unable to straighten my hands and we wanted to seek blessings at the temple so I get cured,” he said. His father was admitted to a ICU of a hospital.Also readRajasthan: 32 killed as bus falls into riverAnurag and his father were coming from Madhya Pradesh to visit the temple. He said that the bus was being driven rashly by a teenager.33 people were killed on Saturday when a private bus fell into Banas river from a nearly 100-foot high bridge in Rajasthan’s Sawai Madhopur district, police said. The bus was ferrying passengers from Lal Soth to Sawai Madhopur. According to media reports, the bus was being driven by a 16-year-old conductor who was allegedly speeding and lost control over the vehicle.Injured passengers were rushed to nearby hospitals. District officials are supervising the rescue operations. “There were around 50 passengers in the bus. The injured have been taken to nearby hospitals,” a senior police officer said.The bus had left Sawai Madhopur at 5 am. After breaking the railing of the bridge the bus fell into the river at around 6 am. Passengers were from other states like Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan and Assam. Several of them were going to offer prayers at a temple in Malarna Chour in the district, Police said.

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India bus plunges from bridge killing 32

The vehicle, ferrying passengers to a temple, crashed through a railing and fell 30 metres.

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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Income-Tax conducts major raids on Kota stone firms

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Income Tax officials on Wednesday morning raided around 12 establishments and residences of three mining industrialists in Kota and Jhalawar districts. At the time of filing this report the raids were continuing and a large amount of undeclared income and assets are likely to be unearthed. The three mining establishments are Banas Kota Stones and mines group, Goodwill Stones and mines group and Golden Stones and mines group. The partners of the three industrialists, their relatives are being quizzed by the IT teams. More than 100 IT personnel from Jaipur, Udaipur, Tonk and Sawai Madhopur have been involved in the raids.According to Bharat Singh, SHO at Sukait police station, at some places the IT team even faced protests and resistance. In Sukait town of Kota district family members and supporters of one protested against the raids. However, the police presence brought the situation under control.IT teams during raids in Mahaveernagar, Indira Vihar and Inderprasth industrial area and residences on Chambal Garden road of Kota have seized many incriminating documents.

11 Rajasthan doctors arrested for ignoring state govt’s warning to end strike

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Eleven agitating doctors have been arrested from seven districts till this morning under the Rajasthan Essential Services Maintenance Act (RESMA) as the deadlock between medical practitioners and the state government entered its sixth day on Saturday, police said here.The doctors were arrested from Tonk, Jaipur, Kota, Swai Madhopur, Bharatpur, Jhalawar and Banswara districts, ADG (Law and Order) NRK Reddy said.The arrests came after the deadline set by the government for the medical practitioners to resume work expired on Friday evening.Reddy said 43 doctors returned to work to avoid arrest.Meanwhile, the state’s medical and health department issued a notice ton Saturday to agitating doctors stating that the strike was against the high court order asking them to resume work by Friday.One of the major demands of the doctors is of higher pay scale and promotions.Asked about the issue, Director of Public Health Dr V K Mathur said, “We are trying to reach an amicable solution through talks.”Most doctors on strike remained unavailable for comment.The All Rajasthan In-Service Doctors Association president, Dr Ajay Chaudhary, and the Jaipur Association of Resident Doctors president, Dr Ravi Jhakar, could not be reached.Health minister Kalicharan Saraf on Friday held Dr Chaudhary responsible for the strike. “Dr Chaudhary seems to have some personal interest… he is trying to create hurdles in breaking the deadlock. He is being guided by someone,” the minister alleged.He said several rounds of talks were held with the agitating doctors, who proceeded on a mass casual leave in support of their 33-point demand on Monday, but “the talks failed due to their adamant attitude”.

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.

Palace on wings: Raje plans ‘height’ of tourism

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Seen the Palace on Wheels? That’s passe. Sample this: The state government is planning to boost tourism through air connectivity. It is working on a plan ‘palace on wings’ on the lines of ‘palace on wheels’.The plan was approved during a recent meeting with Union minister of state for civil aviation Jayant Sinha and the tourism department was asked to prepare a comprehensive plan. It entails a package through which tourists will be taken to prominent forts and heritage sites in a helicopter. The idea is to attract foreign and up-market tourists.There could be two or three packages which include Amer, Sawai Madhopur, Chittorgarh, Kumbhalgarh Fort and Durg. A separate package may have other places of heritage importance.Recently, Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje and Union minister of state for civil aviation Jayant Sinha approved a plan to expand air services in the state. As part of it, palace on wings scheme was also cleared to provide air connectivity to heritage places. Prominent forts, monuments and heritage properties would be connected through helicopter services and the plan is to popularise it like the Palace on Wheels. The helicopterS that would be taken on leases will have heritage facilities.CM Raje is taking a keen interest in this scheme. Rajasthan would become a major hub of civil aviation and state tourism could reach new heights. It is also possible that in future other historic places in the country may get connected with Rajasthan’s heritage sites.’HEIGHT’ OF SCHEMEHelicopter service to connect Sawai Madhopur fort, Chittorgarh Fort, Amber Fort and other heritage sites6 to 8 helicopters would be taken on leaseHelicopters would be multi-engineInitially, many forts and historic sites would be covered in a dayPackage would be from morning to eveningStudy of religious and other sites where air connectivity is present

‘Heavy rains from tomorrow likely’

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>The weather remained pleasant throughout the day on Tuesday with scanty rainfall. Till morning, 12.3mm rainfall was recorded in the state capital. The maximum and minimum temperatures here were recorded 34 and 26 degree Celsius respectively.Heavy rains are expected to lash eastern Rajasthan for two consecutive days beginning from Thursday, Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) said in its bulletin. Meanwhile, the southwest monsoon advanced further, covering isolated areas of many districts in the past 24 hours.According to the data collected by Water Resources Department, Khandar in Sawai Madhopur district received 69mm rainfall during the last 24 hours. It received total 185mm rainfall against the district normal of 178.8mm till date.The data collected on downpour indicates that most parts of Rajasthan received rainfall more than normal and above.However, some districts of Kota and Jaipur zone are still in the deficit category, though rainfall during monsoon recorded across the state is above the average. Normal rainfall for Rajasthan is 530.08mm for monsoon period.Until July 18, it should have been average 157.2mm while it soared to 166.45mm. Nine dams fully filled and overflowing are Haro (Banswara), Bhula (Sirohi), Chandlai (Jaipur), Latara Bandh (Pali), Baloria Bandh, Bageri Bandh, Chinar (Sirohi), Jhadol, Som Pikup Wier (Udaipur).Meanwhile, the IMD in its latest forecast predicted of heavy rain in districts of eastern Rajasthan. Issuing a severe weather warning for two days from Thursday, the IMD said heavy to very heavy rains at isolated places are very likely to lash east Rajasthan.With the warning, the district administration also geared up for preparations to battle the situation if occurs.In other parts of the state, moderate to heavy rains were recorded. The areas where heavy rainfall in CM (centimetre) was recorded are Ajmer town (Ajmer) 6, Viratnagar (Jaipur) 4, Kishanganj (Baran) 4, Pokhran (Jaisalmer) 4 among others.

Sawai Madhopur cop commits suicide, shoots self in head

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>In a shocking incident that occurred at Sawai Madhopur early on Tuesday morning, an assistant sub inspector posted at the reserve police lines committed suicide by shooting himself with his service revolver.The man was set to retire in eleven years and the cops have found a suicide note wherein he has claimed of having family related problems. Interestingly, the man had even thought of taking voluntary retirement.The deceased cop has been identified as one Kishore Singh (59)- a native of Nagaur. “The incident occurred early in the morning when the cop was at the lines.The man used to live alone as his family was based in Kishangarh near Ajmer. The man pulled out his service revolver and shot himself in the head” said Maman Singh, Superintendent of Police, Sawai Madhopur.People from the area heard the gun shot and went inside the house to find the reason for the sound.“They were shocked to find that the man had shot himself. The local police station was informed which rushed to the spot and took the deceased to hospital for post mortem.Meanwhile, a search of his belongings revealed that the man has left a note saying that he was troubled due to a family dispute. There is some dispute between Singh and his wife and she has filed for a maintenance claim in court also.A letter has been found in his diary which he wrote in 2015 seeking a VRS, however he never sent the request across. His son and other family members were given the body” officials said.USED SERVICE REVOLVERThe man used to live alone as his family used to live in Kishangarh near Ajmer. The man pulled out his service revolver and shot himself in the head” Superintendent of Police told.People from the area heard the gun shot and went inside the house to find the reason for the sound. “They were shocked to find that the man had shot himself. The local police station was informed which rushed to the spot.

Rajeduboard.nic.in 10th Result 2017 BSER: RBSE Class 10th Results 2017 Rajasthan Board to be declared today on June 8 at 4 PM on rajresults.nic.in

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Rajasthan Board Exam Result 2017: School Education Minister Vasudev Devnani will announce RBSE Class 10th Result at around 4 PM and students will be able to access it on rajeduboard.nic.in, rajresults.nic.in, rajeduboard.rajasthan.gov.in.BSER 10th Class Result 2017 will be declared for the examination conducted from ​March 9 to March 21.In 2016, RBSE 10th Board Exam Results were declared on June 18, with overall pass percentage being 75.80%.Tanisha Vijay of Mahaveer Public Sec School, Khandar (Sawai Madhopur) had scored a near perfect 99.17% in BSE Rajasthan Class 10 Result 2016.Here’s how you can check BSER 10th Result 2017​:1. Login to the following websites – rajeduboard.nic.in, rajeduboard.rajasthan.gov.in or rajresults.nic.in2. Click on the link about Rajasthan Board 10th Result 2017.3. Enter your registration number and date of birth.4. Click on the ‘Get Result’ icon.5. You will get your RBSE 10th Class Result 2017.6. Now take printout for future reference.Good luck for your future endeavours!

Rajasthan: Six kids die, 25 others injured in road accident

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Six children, aged between three to fifteen years, lost their lives when a tractor-trolley turned turtle in Swai Madhopur district last night. In the tragic incident that occurred in the Rawanjana Dungar police station area, twenty five other persons were also injured. The passengers were on their way to Khanpur from Daulatpura village to attend a mass marriage ceremony. However the tractor-trolley they were travelling in turned turtle while taking a sharp turn. Priyanka Bairwa (15) died on the spot whereas Shivani Bairwa (8), Hasina Bairwa (5), Vishakha Bairwa (3), Bhawna Bairwa (8) and Manish Bairwa (12) succumbed to their injuries while undergoing treatment at a hospital. They were all part of an extended family, it is learnt. The 25 injured patients are being treated at government hospital in Swai Madhopur, investigating officer in the case, Ravindra Singh told(This article has not been edited by DNA’s editorial team and is auto-generated from an agency feed.)

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