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  1. 1. WATCH THE NATIONAL HINDI NEWS CHANNEL BHARAT24 - JAHAN TAK BHARAT WAHAN TAK BHARAT24 WHAT ISSUE WILL WE HAVE IF THE BJP-RSS PEOPLE JOIN BHARAT JODO YATRA?: GEHLOT Tripti Gautam and Arif Mansoori Jhalawar: Chief Minis- ter Ashok Gehlot on Fri- day said that Rahul Gan- dhi’sBharatJodoYatra’s istheme-basedandthere is enthusiasm in Ra- jasthan for the yatra. He said people from the whole country know that there is problem of price rise, unemploy- ment, and people want- ed love and harmony should be maintained in the country . There should be no violence. The yatra will enter Rajasthan from Madhya PradeshviaJhalawaron December 4, for which GehlotreachedKotaand Jhalawar on Friday and reviewed the prepara- tions for the yatra. When some activists joined the yatra in Gu- jarat, the BJP raised an objection. “What issue will we have if people from BJP-RSS join the yatra. If they believe in the issues raised by Ra- hul Gandhi, then let them also join the yatra. This yatra is of that kind,” he said while ex- clusively speaking to the First India News. “If these are the ob- jectives, then the yatra’s aim becomes different. This is not a political yatra,” he said. After Independence, a yatraatsuchalargescale is happening for the first time,hesaid.“Itistough, about25kmdaily .ItisRa- hul’sstrengththathehas taken such a large scale initiative. The yatra has so far covered 2,000 kms. Rahul himself believes that if the aim is pious thennaturehelpsincom- pleting it,” he said. More on P8 Rahul Gandhi has maintained sanctity of yatra, there is enthusiasm in Raj too: CM CM Ashok Gehlot briefs party workers for Bharat Jodo Yatra in Kota on Friday. Also seen here are Shanti Dhariwal, Parsadi Lal Meena, Ram Lal Jat, Rafeek Khan, Zahida Khan, Rehana Riyaz and other leaders. `100 CR EXTORTION CASE: DESHMUKH’S BAIL PLEA DEFERRED SC QUASHES HC ORDER GRANTING ANTICIPATORY BAIL TO NAMBI ACCUSED Mumbai: The Bombay HC on Friday postponed the hearing on the bail petition filed by former Maharashtra Home Minister and NCP leader Anil Deshmukh till December 6 in connection with `100 crore extortion case filed by the CBI. Mumbai: The Supreme Court on Friday quashed the Kerala High Court order granting anticipatory bail to four people including a former DGP in the case related to the alleged frame-up of scientist Nambi Narayanan in the 1994 ISRO espionage matter. READ Crucial Crucial ADANI GROUP MOVES HC SEEKING CENTRAL PROTECTION AT PORT Thiruvananthapuram: Adani Group on Friday moved Kerala HC seeking the assistance of central forces to continue with construction at the Vizhinjam seaport in Thiruvananthapuram which was marred by protests. GUJARAT POLLS: MODI STEPS UP ATTACK ON CONGRESS ‘THEY WORKED WITH BRITISH FOR SEVERAL YEARS’ The second phase voting in Gujarat will take place on December 5 Manish Desai Ahmedabad: PM Nar- endra Modi on Friday accusedCongressof dis- owning Sardar Vallab- hbhai Patel and said it absorbed a “slave men- tality” after working with the British prior to Independence. He was speaking at a campaignrallyatSojitra towninGujarat’sAnand district where voting will take place in the sec- ond phase of the state Assembly elections on December 5. The Con- gress’s “policy” of incit- ing one community, caste or religion against another weakened Gu- jarat, Modi said. “The Congress has a problem not only with Sardar Patel but also with the unity of India because their politics is based on the policy of divide and rule while Patel believed in uniting everyone. Due to this stark difference, Con- gress never considered Sardar Patel as their own,” the PM said. P5 Just because the statue has been built by Modi, Patel became un- touchable for you? I am sure that people of Anand district will punish Congress for insulting Sardar Patel. —Narendra Modi, Prime Minister Prime Minister Narendra Modi greets while being garlanded by BJP leaders, workers during a public rally for the second phase of the Gujarat Assembly elections, in Patan on Friday. —PHOTO BY ANI WILL SUPPORT ‘FRIEND’ MODI DURING INDIA’S G20 PRESIDENCY, SAYS BIDEN SHERGILL NATIONAL SPOKESPERSON; CAPTAIN, JAKHAR ARE EXEC MEMBERS New Delhi: The BJP on Friday appointed Jaiveer Shergill as the party’s national spokesper- son. He resigned as the Congress national spokesperson in August this year. Further, former Punjab CM Captain Amarinder Singh and Sunil Jakhar were made BJP national executive members. Sunil Jakhar joined BJP in May. P5 New Delhi: US President Joe Biden on Friday said he is looking forward to “supporting his friend” PM Narendra Modi during India’s G20 presidency. “Together we will advance sustainable and inclusive growth while tackling shared challenges like the climate, energy, and food crises,” he said, calling India a “strong partner” of the United States. KEY ROLES FOR FORMER CONG LEADERS IN BJP BJP GOVT MEANS DEVELOPMENT & PEACE, SAYS SHAH Gandhinagar: Union HM Amit Shah while address- ing rallies in poll bound Gujarat said on Friday that BJP govt means devp, peace. If the young generation of Gujarat has not seen curfew then behind it is the rule of law and peace established by the BJP. People of Gujarat stand firmly with the BJP. Hardworking,humble: Modi, Shah,others greet JP Nadda PM Modi and several top leaders on Friday greeted BJP chief JP Nadda. PM Modi wished him, “a long and healthy life” and praised him for infusing “new enthusiasm and energy” in the ruling party. HM Shah greeted him saying, Happy Birthday Nadda ji, party is continuously getting stronger due to your efficient leadership and organizational skills. BJP National President Jagat Prakash Nadda turns 62 on Friday. Nadda is an Indian lawyer and politician serving as the president of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) since 20 January 2020. BSE SENSEX 62,868.50 415.69 | NSE NIFTY 18,696.10 116.40 JAIPUR l SATURDAY, DECEMBER 3, 2022 l Pages 12 l 3.00 l RNI NO. RAJENG/2019/77764 l Vol 4 l Issue No. 177 www.firstindia.co.in I https://firstindia.co.in/epapers/jaipur I twitter.com/thefirstindia I facebook.com/thefirstindia I instagram.com/thefirstindia OUR EDITIONS: JAIPUR, NEW DELHI & MUMBAI ED ARRESTS CHHATTISGARH CM’S DEPUTY SECY SAUMYA California: Singer-politician Sidhu Moose Wala’s murder mastermind Goldy Brar has been detained in California. Punjab CM Bhagwant Mann has confirmed that Goldy has been detained and he will be brought back to India soon. P6 Raipur: ED on Friday arrested Saumya Chaurasia, a deputy secretary rank officer posted in Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel’s office, in connection with a money laundering investigation into an alleged coal levy scam in state, sources said. ACTOR NORA FATEHI APPEARS BEFORE ED IN SUKESH CASE New Delhi: Amid ongoing probe in `200 cr extortion case linked to conman Sukesh Chandrashekhar, actor Nora Fatehi on Friday appeared before the officials of the ED. The 30-year-old has been earlier questioned in the case linked to the conman. MOOSE WALA MURDER MASTERMIND GOLDY CAUGHT 6 women among 7 people die as part of limestone mine collapses in C’garh Jagdalpur: Seven per- sons were killed after some portion of a lime- stone mine collapsed on them at their village in Bastar district of Chhat- tisgarh on Friday , police said. The deceased in- cluded six women, they said. The incident took place in Maalgaon vil- lage under Nagarnar po- lice station area, around 12 km away from Jagdal- pur, the headquarter of the district, a police offi- cial here said. “The vic- tims were digging soil in the mine when a part of it caved in, due to which they got trapped under the debris,” he said. With CJI next to him, VP Dhankhar asks questions over SC undoing NJAC Act New Delhi: Amid stand- off between Govt & Col- legium over judicial ap- pointments, VP Jagdeep Dhankhar on Friday raised questions over undoing of NJAC Act & wondered if a constitu- tional amendment unan- imously passed by Parl reflecting will of people can be undone by SC. HAPPY BIRTHDAYChief! CJI SAYS, INDIAN CONSTITUTION IS A FEMINIST DOCUMENT CJI DY Chandrachud said every form of elite under- standing of democratic process that educated people are better decision-makers must be rejected. “In this sense, our Constitution was a feminist document, as well as an egalitarian socially trans- formative document,” he said. VP Jagdeep Dhankhar, CJI Dhananjaya Y Chandrachud & Abhishek Singhvi at 8th Dr LM Singhvi Memorial Lecture in Delhi on Friday. Rescue and search operation underway after the collapse of a limestone mine, in Bastar on Friday. —PHOTO BY ANI DOUBLE TROUBLE! SpiceJet & IndiGo int’l flights divert due to tech snags New Delhi: Snags led 2 int’l flights being oper- ated by Indian carriers on Friday to divert to alternate airports. SpiceJet: Boeing 737 MAX flying from Jed- dah to Calicut safely landed in Cochin after carrying out three low pass, which allowed ATC to verify whether the landing gear lever was down and locked, say sources. IndiGo: Airbus A320 winging its way from Kannur to Doha diverted to Mum- bai because of one of the three hydraulic sys- tems failing. DGCA is probing both the cases. OTHER TOP RAJ STORIES A temple priest’s 19-year-old disciple Shravan Das was found hanging in the temple premises in Bhinay police station limits of Ajmer district on Friday P3 An Indian Army truck carrying ammunition caught fire about 60 km from Udaipur reportedly due to a technical malfunction, official said on Friday. Truck was on way to military station P7 Two women Mamta Kumawat and her aunt Sarti Devi were killed in Bansur town of Alwar district on Friday after their scooty was hit by a speeding jeep.
  2. 2. First India Bureau Jaipur: Going all out against the State Con- gress and to counter Ra- hul Gandhi’s Bharat Jodo Yatra, which is scheduled to enter Ra- jasthan on December 4, theBJPcontinuedtoflag off statewide Jan Aak- rosh rallies on Friday . Launching a rally in Pali, BJP State presi- dent Satish Poonia at- tacked the Congress over poor electricity , wa- ter, and roads. Addressing a gather- ing at the rally, Poonia said, “On the unem- ployment front, the state remains number one. Problems contin- ue to ail the common man in the Congress government.” Similarly, in Jodh- pur, Bharatpur, Kota, and Alwar, Union Jal Shakti Minister Gajen- dra Singh Shekhawat, Ghanshyam Tiwari, Bhajan Lal, and Arun Singh launched the Jan Aakrosh rallies and at- tacked the State Con- gress Government on various fronts. “The schemes of the centre government are not being implemented on the ground. The vot- ers will teach Congress a lesson in the coming election,” Gajendra Singh Shekhawat said in Jodhpur. First India Bureau Jaipur: Mercury dipped to 4.2 degrees Celsius in Fatehpur town in Sikar district on Friday, making it the coldest place in Ra- jasthan. The night tempera- ture was 5.0 degrees, ac- cording to the Met de- partment. Jalore, Bhilwara, Ka- rauli, and Sikar record- ed a minimum of 6.4, 6.9, 7.0 and 7.0 degrees respectively, whereas the night temperature at other places was above 8 degrees. The weather condi- tions would remain the same during the next 24 hours. According to the IMD forecast for the week of December 1-7, mini- mum temperatures are likely to be slightly be- low normal by one to two degrees Celsius over most parts of the country except East In- dia, where these are likely to be below nor- mal by two to four de- grees Celsius during the week. Winter rain and snowfall over Western Himalayas usually oc- cur due to the impact of Western Disturbance. First India Bureau Jaipur: A National- level Khadi Gramodyog Exhibition began at Ramleela Maidan on Friday. The exhibition, being organised by Ra- jasthan Khadi and Vil- lage Industries Board, is held till December 12 at Ramleela Maidan lo- cated at New Gate. The exhibition was inaugurated by Indus- tries Minister Shakun- tala Rawat, while Chairman of Khadi Board Brij Kishore Sharma presided over the ceremony. Rawat appreciated the efforts of the Khadi Board in promoting Khadi. First India Bureau Jaipur: HealthMinister Parsadi Lal Meena, while talking to report- ers at Circuit House in Kota, made serious alle- gations against the BJP . He said that BJP State president Satish Poonia, Union Ministers Gajen- dra Singh Shekhawat, RajendraRathoreareall brokers. “They are en- gaged in toppling the Congress government. Why do they talk about the internal affairs of the Congress? Our lead- ers do not speak about BJP ,” he said. Meena mentioned that Rahul Gandhi has called Ashok Gehlot and Sachin Pilot “assets” for the party . “Everyone obeys his orders. There is no contradiction in thepartyandallareone. Rahul Gandhi is every- one’sleader.Wewilltake out the yatra together. There will be complete unity in Rahul’s yatra. Every leader of the par- ty is an asset,” he said. First India Bureau Jaipur: Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot has ap- proved an additional fi- nancial assistance of Rs 129 crore for the con- servation and mainte- nance of cattle in the State’s shelters. Notably, in the budg- et of 2022-23, a provi- sion of Rs 724 crore was made by Gehlot for the maintenance of cows in the state. An amount of Rs 557.59 crore has been allocat- ed to gaushalas until October this year. First India Bureau Jaipur: Alleging discri- mation in the develop- ment work of Kishan- pole assembly constitu- ency, MLA Amin Kagzi along with councillors protested against UDH Minister Shanti Dhari- wal at DLB office on Friday. “UDH minister is surrounded by 2-3 people from Jaipur,” he said. Kagzi had staged a sit-in at Parsadi Mee- na’s bungalow in the past over doctors’ transfer issue. First India Bureau Jaipur: A huge blood donation camp was or- ganised at Ankur Mar- riageGardenSikarRoad on the occasion of 65th birthday of PCC Treas- urer and Director RIC- CO, Sitaram Agarwal. 997 blood donors donat- ed blood in the camp. Ministers Dr Mahesh Joshi, Pratap Singh Khachariyawas, and MLAsAminKagzi,Gan- ga Devi, PCC Secretary Pushpendra Bhardwaj, Archana Sharma, Vipra Welfare Board Chair- man Mahesh Sharma, Pukhraj Parasar, Lalit Toonwal, Jaswant Gur- jar, RC Chaudhary, Rajesh Chaudhary, Ma- hesh Agarwal, Dhapa Devi, Laduram Dulari- ya, Pradeep Tiwari, Rajesh Gurjar, Naren- dra Vashishtha, Haren- dra Pal Singh Jadaun and hundreds of Con- gress workers congratu- lated him. On this occa- sion, the stage was oper- ated by councillor Rajesh Gurjar and Sub- hdesh Singh Chauhan. First India Bureau Jaipur: The protest of the Muslim community against the decision of the Waqf Board has in- tensified in Jaipur where the community members held protests again at the Masjid Res- idency Raiyan in C Scheme area. The pro- test was held after Fri- day prayers. Even before this, peo- ple had protested against the decision of the board to include out- siders in the new com- mittee of the mosque who had closed the ma- drassa of the mosque. When there was no positive response from the Government, the lo- cal people left the mosque to gherao the Waqf Board during the protest on Friday . Former Chairman of Ajmer Dargah Commit- tee Amin Pathan said that if the committee is not changed, a protest at the CM Residence will be held. Also, an agitation to change the Waqf Board will also be started. The locals are demanding that people of criminal nature and non-Namazis should not be included in this committee. First India Bureau Jaipur: A media work- shop was organised on the topic ‘Gender Equality’ on Friday at a private hotel in Jaipur. The workshop, jointly organised by the Directorate of Women Empowerment and UNFPA, witnessed the participation of government officials, subject experts and representatives of print, radio and elec- tronic media. Women and Child Development Secre- tary Dinesh Kumar Ya- dav while addressing the gathering empha- sised on the rights re- lated to women and said that due to the gender-based norms, women have been de- prived of their rights. First India Bureau Ajmer: A trailer parked on a roadside service centre caught fire and engulfed oth- er vehicles parked nearby at Ajmer Link Road in Beawar on Friday. Fire tenders were rushed to the spot and the blaze was brought under control after three hours. It has been learned that the trailers parked on the road- side were filled with asphalt, bundles of plastic wire, and some other items. The administration heaved a sigh of relief asthefirewasbrought under control after a lot of effort and there was no loss of life. RAJASTHAN JAIPUR | SATURDAY, DECEMBER 3, 2022 02 www.firstindia.co.in I https://firstindia.co.in/epapers/jaipur I twitter.com/thefirstindia I facebook.com/thefirstindia I instagram.com/thefirstindia Nirmal Tiwari Jaipur: Health camps are being organised on priority in mineral ar- eas across the State, a senior official said. “Through camps, ar- rangements are being made for awareness among the workers, mo- tivating them towards the use of mining safety resources, distribution of essential kits like masks etc.,” Additional Chief Secretary Mines Dr Subodh Agarwal said. He said that finan- cial assistance and treatment on the ap- pearance of symptoms of diseases like silicosis is also being provided. Agarwal said that the state government is se- rious about the health of mining workers. He had instructed the field officers to ensure complianceof minesafe- ty and health standards inthestateinthedepart- mental review meeting held on November 18. Around 600 health check-up camps have been organised by the department from April till now and around 20,000 laborers have been benefitted. Govt organises health camps for miners SAFETY PROGRAMME lll Financial assistance is also being provided to the silicosis victims through from the DMFT fund set up at the district level BJP ups ante against Cong with more ‘Aakrosh Yatras’ on Day 2 Satish Poonia and (inset) GS Shekhawat flag off BJP’s Jan Aakrosh Yatra in Pali and Jodhpur on Friday. PS Khachariyawas and Mahesh Joshi extend birthday greetings to PCC Treasurer and Director RICCO, Sitaram Agarwal on Friday. A protester is seen locking the office of Waqf Board in city. Protesters hold march from Masjid Residency Raiyan to Waqf Board in Jaipur on Friday. Shakuntala Rawat, Brij Kishore Sharma, Kailash Soyal, Murad Gandhi, Parmanand Pawar and others during Khadi Mela. Parsadi Lal Meena A flock of ducks paddle at Man Sagar Lake in Jaipur. —PHOTO BY SANTOSH SHARMA Additional Chief Secretary Subodh Agarwal during the meeting. Problems continue to ail the common man in Congress Govt: Poonia in Pali Parts of Raj witness winter chills as cold wave intensifies Workshop on Gender Equality held in city Flames engulf three trailers in Beawar, none injured Mercury dips; Fatehpur coldest at 4.2°C National-level Khadi Mela commences ‘Poonia,Shekhawat Rathore are brokers’ `129 crore for cattle shelters in State approved Kagzi protests against Dhariwal over dev works Blood donation camp organised on Sitaram Agrawal’s birthday Protesters gherao Waqf Board over decision to include outsiders in mosque committee WILL PUBLICISE GOVT FAILURES: ARUN SINGH Alwar: While speaking to media persons on this occasion, BJP leader Arun Singh said, “The failures of the state government will be publicised during the Yatra. What more can happen than Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot calling his party leader a traitor to save his chair?,” said BJP Rajasthan In-Charge Arun Singh. Smoke billows from burning trailers parked at a service centre in Beawar on Friday. —PHOTO BY HIMANSHU SHARMA
  3. 3. RAJASTHAN JAIPUR | SATURDAY, DECEMBER 3, 2022 03 www.firstindia.co.in I https://firstindia.co.in/epapers/jaipur I twitter.com/thefirstindia I facebook.com/thefirstindia I instagram.com/thefirstindia ❍ PEOPLE ALLEGE MURDER, SEEK PROBE Disciple of priest found hanging in Ajmer temple Ajmer (PTI): The body of a temple priest’s 19-year-old disciple was found hanging on the shrine’s premises in Bhi- nay police station limits of Ajmer district, police said on Friday . Shravan Das had been living with Laxman Das, the mahant of Yogesh- war Dham temple, for 8-10 years. His body was found hanging on Thurs- day, the police said. During interrogation, Laxman Das said he had gone out on work after having lunch on Thurs- day. When he returned, Shravan Das was found hanging, Bhinay police station SHO Mahavir Prasad Meena said. Terming the death suspicious, the de- ceased’s mother has lodged a complaint with the police. Meena said a case had been registered under Section 174 (enquiry and report on suicide) of the CrPC, adding that the post mortem report would reveal the actual cause of death. The body has been handed over to family members of the deceased after post mortem by a medical board on Friday . RECENT KILLINGS OF PUJARIS IN RAJ  Babulal Vaishnav was burnt alive at Bukna in Karauli district  Shanbhu Pujari was killed in Dubri, Bundi district  Vivekanand Pujari was killed by unknown assailants at Deogarh, Rajsamand  Mukesh Prajapati in Ghugharia, Jalore was attacked  Recently, Brahmin fronts have been asking for “Pujari Act” Hundreds of people gathered at Yogeshwar Dham after getting the news of death of disciple Shravan Das (Inset). Passport Seva Kendras to open today First India Bureau Jaipur: On Saturday, all Passport Seva Ken- dras in Jaipur, Sikar, Jodhpur, and Udaipur will be kept open to at- tend the applicants. The applicants can book new appointments or reschedule their al- ready booked appoint- ments to 3 Dec under both the Normal and Tatkaal categories. Those wanting fresh appointments should first submit the form online at www.pass- portindia.gov.in and make the payment on- line. After that, the appli- cant should log in again to verify the schedule the appointment. Please note that appli- cants, who have already booked their appoint- ments, will be able to reschedule their ap- pointments. Cleaning of Dravyavati river front re-starts after 2 months First India Bureau Jaipur: The mainte- nance work of the Dra- vyavati river front in Jaipur has resumed on Friday after a gap of nearly two months. Peo- ple visiting the river front park were facing problems because due to the lack of mainte- nance, there were piles of dirt and debris in the river causing foul smell. JDA officials said that it will take 25 to 30 days to clean the river. About 69 days ago, Tata Projects, which made thisproject,hadstopped maintenance work be- cause of nonpayment of dues and some other technical issues. An MoU was signed between Jaipur JDA and the company after which the company to- day started work by us- ing its resources. The work of removing de- bris and garbage has started by machines from Maharani firm in Durgapura. JDA engi- neers said that cleaning work will be completed in about a month. Apart from Durgapura, ma- chines have also been pressed into service at two three other loca- tions. Due to lack of maintenance, there are piles of dirt and debris in the river causing foul smell. —FILE PHOTO DIVERSION AT B2 BYPASS There will be a traffic diversion on Saturday also in front of Bella Casa Hotel on Tonk Road due to important civil work of sewage line. —PHOTO BY MUKESH KIRADOO DIGEST news news GIRL HANGS SELF IN KOTA DUE TO STUDY EXAM PRESSURE Kota: A coaching student allegedly committed sui- cide on Thursday night by hanging herself from the ceiling fan of her house in Kota. Police informed the victim has been identified as Kamya Singh, a native of Alwar and was pres- ently residing with her family in the Kishorpura area of Kota. PSKS: JMCG MAYOR Dr SOMYA DISTRIBUTES LAND DEEDS TO PEOPLE Jaipur: JMC Greater mayor Dr Somya and Commissioner Mahendra Soni on Friday distrib- uted lease deeds and land deeds under the ‘Prashasan Shehron Ke Sang Abhiyan’ campaign. Mayor Dr Somya handed over deed letters, transfer letters, sub-division letters, and maps to 34 people in the Nagar Nigam HQS. “Maximum efforts are being made to complete the public work on time,” she said. BOYCOTT OF JUDICIAL WORK TO CONTINUE IN SUBORDIANTE COURTS Jaipur: Judicial work in subordinate courts across State will continue to be boycotted for some more days due to a pen-down strike by the court em- ployees following the call of the Rajasthan Judicial Employees Association demanding a CBI probe into the death of an em- ployee, Subhash Mehra. Contempt notice to Principal Secy Finance from Rajasthan HC Jaipur (FIB): In a contempt petition filedbyPublicAgainst Corruption organisa- tion headed by Advo- cate Poon- am Chand Bhandari, the High Court is- sued a contempt no- ticetothethen Princi- pal Secretary of the Dept of Information Tech Communica- tion, now Principal Secy Finance, and sought his reply with- in three weeks in a matter related to ir- regularities in install- ing Wifi devices. The division bench of CJ MM Srivastava Justice Vinod Bhar- wani ordered this whilehearingthepeti- tion and informed that Raj Comp Info Services Limited floatedatenderandis- sued work orders to buy 17500 WiFi devic- es for Rs 240 crores. RCA elections schedule released Naresh Sharma Jaipur: After a strug- gle, the elections of Ra- jasthan Cricket Asso- ciation will be held on 24th December. Chief Electoral Officer Sunil Arora released the election schedule today under which counting will be done after vot- ing on December 24. This time also, Vaib- hav Gehlot will file nomination for the post of president from CP Joshi faction. At the same time, there can be changes in the posts in the executive body. In such a situation, Vaib- hav Gehlot is likely to be elected as the presi- dent again with the support of Joshi fac- tion. Joshi faction has the support of more than 20 district unions. The elections will be held for six posts of President, Vice Presi- dent, Secretary, Treas- urer, Joint Secretary and Executive Member. NOMINATION FILING ON DEC 20, COUNTING ON DEC 24  VOTER LIST WILL BE ISSUED AFRESH ON DECEMBER 19  NOMINATIONS WILL BE FILED ON DECEMBER 20  SCRUTINY WILL BE DONE ON DECEMBER 21  LIST OF ELIGIBLE CANDIDATES WILL BE ISSUED ON DECEMBER 22  NOMINATIONS CAN BE WITHDRAWN ON DECEMBER 23  VOTING AND COUNTING WILL TAKE PLACE ON DECEMBER 24 Rajasthan’sfirstautomatic rope-waytocomeupinJpr A journey from one end to the other will take 4 minutes and 30 seconds Air trolleys will be stopped twice to givetouristsabird’seyeviewofJaipur First India Bureau Jaipur: Construction of State’s first automat- ic ropeway and dis- trict’s has started at Khole Ke Hanuman Temple, an official said. The service — An- napurna Mata Ropeway — will be the fifth in the state and the second in Jaipur after Samod Ha- numanji Ropeway, Dis- trict Collector Prakash Rajpurohit said. He said the 436-metre ropeway will connect the Annapurna Mata Temple to the Vaishno Mata Temple on the hill housing the Khole Ke Hanuman Temple. The 85-metre-high ropeway will be sup- ported by five towers and have a capacity of 24 trolleys. It will be able to ferry 800 passen- gers per hour, an offi- cial statement said. Jaipur Collector Prakash Rajpurohit along with other officials inspecting the rope-way construction works in the Khole Ke Hanuman ji temple on Friday. PASSENGER SAFETY UTMOST, FREE RIDES FOR KIDS, SAYS COLLECTOR Rajpurohit said passenger safety was the biggest priority and special attention should be paid to the quality of construction. The construction company has been directed to provide free rides to children below five years of age and adults above 70 years as well as persons with disabilities once the operating licence is granted, Rajpurohit said.
  4. 4. ussia’s broad interests in Ukraine: Russia has deep cultural, economic, and po- litical bonds with Ukraine that go back centuries with approximately more than ten million ethnic Russians liv- ing in Ukraine. Ukraine go- ing NATO or Western orbit way is viewed as a security threat to Russia as well as its standing as a great power. The city of Sevastopol is home port for Russia’s Black Sea Fleet, the dominant mar- itime force in the region and any loss of control over it is detrimental to Russian stra- tegic interests. Russia and Ukraine have been largest trading partners with Russia having relied on Ukrainian pipelines to pump its gas to customers in Central and Eastern Europe for decades, and it paid Kyiv billions of dollars per year in transit fees. Russia was keen to pre- serve its political influence in Ukraine but the current President Zelenskyy definite- ly isn’t the right man. The Russo-Ukrainian conflict has been ongoing since February 2014, when Russia annexed Crimea from Ukraine and supported pro-Russian sepa- ratists. The conflict escalated on 24 Feb 2022 when Russian President Putin sent troops into Ukraine from the north, south and east claiming to “demilitarise and de-Nazify Ukraine. In reality it was framed as an attempt at en- suring neutral status and preventing NATO from gain- ing a foothold in Ukraine. Current situation and Impact: After months of war, both armies are ex- hausted and depleted. The continual attrition has taken a toll on men and equipment, even though Ukraine has re- ceived aid and trained re- servists to make up their losses and Russia’s partial military mobilization would make another 2,00,000 or so conscripts available to fill their tired and ragged lines. The civil population is suffer- ing with Millions of civilians unable to return home. Many still in the country are forced to live without access to food, water, health care, and other essential supplies. With Over 17,000 causalities, in- cluding 6,500 killed and 6.5 million people internally dis- placed, the war is getting hei- nous. Increasing food and fuel prices have an immedi- ate impact on the poorest people in developing coun- tries, causing hunger and suffering for families. Ukraine is historically a large exporter of grain and the current war is increasing food insecurity and contrib- uting to the risk of famine in the world. Some possibilities in the current scenario with im- plications: With winter set- ting in and then the melting snow and slushy ground of spring a pause can be expect- ed around December or so till March. Both sides may like to make maximum gains and perhaps even bring the war to a conclusion before that but it seems difficult to pre- dict the timelines or even the manner in which the war could end. The war is swing- ing between extremities with no clear evidence where it’s heading. But some of the likely possibilities are: - Rus- sians launch a renewed offen- sive with 200,000 recently mobilized conscripts to at- tain their military aims and regain the territory lost to Ukrainian counter-attacks have pushed them back from some of the occupied territo- ries. They could even push ahead in the south towards Odesa, the one vital port on the Black Sea which the Ukrainians still hold. The likelihood of a renewed Rus- sian offensive is high, though one cannot predict the gains it could make, or in what time frame. A successful Ukrainian counter offensive aided by NATO (an additional $400 million in military aid by US including refurbishing 45 T-72 tanks and missiles for HAWK air defence systems for Kyiv) pushing the Rus- sians back to their own terri- tory . The Ukrainian offensive has made sizeable gains both in the east and in the south. Buoyed by their success, and replenished with western arms and freshly trained re- servists, the Ukrainians could continue their offen- sive to recapture the lost ter- ritory . A complete Ukrainian victory, in the near term, at least, could be difficult. Another possibility is that the war becomes an intermi- nable frozen conflict, with neither side being able to change the status quo. Both sides dig in along the posi- tions they hold which be- comes the Line of Contact. There could be a stalemate along the line held by Rus- sian and Ukrainian troops along which low intensity fighting could continue in- terminably. Ukraine may not like it, but would be un- able to change the overall picture. In another possibility of worst case scenario is a NATO - Russian conflict wherein in the fog of the war crossing of a “Red Line” which could be the use of a chemical, biological or a nu- clear weapon, or maybe even a particularly devastating at- tack on a civilian target could draw NATO into the conflict. A more pragmatic view sug- gests NATO will continue to prop up Ukraine with infu- sions of arms and aid, which will keep the conflict going. After all, this state suits them where they can continue to weaken Russia “to the last Ukrainian” without being directly involved. Neither does Russia want a direct confrontation with NATO - one in which they may lose. This scenario may be seri- ously viewed by both sides but the last G- 20 Summit where the world leaders in- cluding China have stressed “the use or threat of use of nuclear weapons is inadmis- sible” makes the chances of this scenario dim. THE VIEWS EXPRESSED BY THE AUTHOR ARE PERSONAL PERSPECTIVE JAIPUR | SATURDAY, DECEMBER 3, 2022 04 www.firstindia.co.in I https://firstindia.co.in/epapers/jaipur I twitter.com/thefirstindia I facebook.com/thefirstindia I instagram.com/thefirstindia l Vol 4 l Issue No. 177 l RNI NO. RAJENG/2019/77764. Printed and published by Anita Hada Sangwan on behalf of First Express Publishers. Printed at Bhaskar Printing Press, D.B. Corp Limited, Shivdaspura, Tonk Road, Jaipur. Published at 304, 3rd Floor, City Mall, Bhagwan Das Road, C-Scheme, Jaipur-302001, Rajasthan. Phone 0141-4920504. Editor-In-Chief: Dr Jagdeesh Chandra Editor: Anita Hada Sangwan responsible for selection of news under the PRB Act Dharmendra Pradhan @dpradhanbjp The world trusts and acknowledges the prowess of this #NewIndia. There’s no spin to it. One can ignore it due to his/her political alignment. 130 crore+ Indians see India’s G20 Presidency as an opportunity to showcase their best. Congress is free to show what it is best at. Shandilya Giriraj Singh @girirajsinghbjp ‘Kuwa Tok’ locality residents had to travel a trail-like raw path to get there. In rainy weather, this road was impassable due to excessive mud and soil erosion. As a result, crops could be damaged and accidents could occur. #MGNREGA was used to facilitate this inaccessible path. SPIRITUAL SPEAK Those who cling to perceptions and views wander the world offending people. —Buddha IN-DEPTH CHANCE FOR NEW DELHI TO PLAY A PIVOTAL ROLE IN WORLD AFFAIRS aving taken over the G20 Presidency from Indonesia for the first time, India will host 19 of the world’s largest economies and the Euro- pean Union in September 2023. India occupying the top seat at the summit will affirm its im- portance in global affairs. While making India’s image more lus- trous, the G20 Presidency will also make the BJP stronger for the 2024 Lok Sabha elections. What India can achieve during its G20 Chairmanship, however, is much more than that. This of- fers New Delhi the best opportu- nity to showcase its ancient Hindu culture and philosophy . It can narrow the North-South divide by emerging as the “voice of the global South”, which broadly refers to regions in Asia, Latin America, Africa and Oce- ania, for inclusive development. The External Affairs Minister has said that New Delhi will work to “depoliticise” the global supply of food, fertilizers and medical products. “As the moth- er of democracy, India’s G20 Presidency will be consultative ... collaborative… and decisive. TOP TWEETS H ive years after Prime Minister Narendra Modi launched the Digi- tal India initiative in 2015, the country contin- ues to make steady progress in the digital world. That it can be an enabler and benefi- ciary was best proved by the COWIN app which tracked all vaccinations during the Cov- id pandemic. They later be- came useful documents for travelers in particular and also for people in general. Now comes the Digi Yatra app which will enable flyers to forget about collecting their boarding passes at the airport. From Thursday, pa- perless entry to select air- ports has been introduced. Seven airports will be cov- ered in the first phase of the initiative starting with Del- hi, Bengaluru and Varanasi. Remaining four airports - Hy- derabad, Kolkata, Pune and Vijayawada - will get the fa- cility in March 2023. Subse- quently, all the airports will have this technology. This will be made possible by Digi- Yatra, facial recognition soft- ware, for entry into airports. The technology will gradu- ally make ID cards and board- ing passes redundant. DigiYatra envisages con- tactless and paperless move- ment of travellers through various checkpoints includ- ing entry, security check ar- eas and aircraft boarding. The technology uses facial features to establish identity . To avail the facility, a passen- ger will have to register his/ her details on DigiYatra app using Aadhaar and a photo. The government has also introduced the E- rupee as a form of transaction. The e- currency is not much differ- ent from other UPI based wal- lets except that the limit on holding digital rupee is much more than in other wallets. DIGITAL INDIA MARCHES AHEAD Seven airports will be covered in 1st phase of the paperless entry initiative starting with New Delhi, Bengaluru and Varanasi. Remaining 4 airports - Hyderabad, Kolkata, Pune and Vijayawada - will get the facility in March 2023 F UKRAINE-RUSSIA WAR WORSENING SITUATION R Chinese President Xi Jinping and German Chancellor Olaf Scholz oppose Russia’s threats to use atomic weapons in Ukraine. Scholz even warned that Moscow risked “crossing a line” in the international community by resorting to nuclear force. As the G- 7 leaders reiterated its stand against Moscow’s war in Ukraine, the foreign ministers of the group said any use of chemical, biological or nuclear weapons by Russia would be met with severe consequences. Most members of G- 20 and India also suggest for a diplomatic solution, through talks to the Russian-Ukraine conflict. After months of war, both armies are exhausted and depleted. The continual attrition has taken a toll on men and equipment, even though Ukraine has received aid and trained reservists to make up their losses, Russia’s partial military mobilization would make another 2,00,000 or so conscripts available to fill tired, ragged lines Promoted by FS Township LLP COL RAJESH BHUKAR The author is a Post Graduate in International Studies, Alumni of Defense Services Staff College, Wellington and College of Combat, Mhow
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  6. 6. INDIA JAIPUR | SATURDAY, DECEMBER 3, 2022 05 www.firstindia.co.in I https://firstindia.co.in/epapers/jaipur I twitter.com/thefirstindia I facebook.com/thefirstindia I instagram.com/thefirstindia TELANGANA MLAS POACHING: 3 GET INTERIM RELIEF QUTUB MINAR ROW: COURT TO PASS ORDER ON DEC 12 Kochi: The Kerala High Court on Friday granted interim protection from arrest to three persons who are co-workers of a person facing probe in the case of alleged conspiracy to poach TRS MLAs. The three persons, all employees of a private hospital here, moved the High Court seeking bail, anticipating their arrest by Telangana police. New Delhi: A court here will on December 12 pass an order on the review plea to its earlier order dismissing an intervention application on the Qutub Minar row. The intervention appli- cation, filed in an appeal seeking the restoration of Hindu and Jain deities in an alleged temple complex inside Qutub Minar, was dismissed by the court on Sep 20. SC: COLLEGIUM SYSTEM SHOULD NOT BE DERAILED NOD TO CBI FOR LR AGAINST NIRAV MODI’S KIN New Delhi: The apex court has said the colle- gium system should not be derailed on the basis of statements of “some busybody”. Amid divi- sions in judiciary and its dispute with govt over the system under which judges appoint judges to courts, it said it does not want to comment on what a few former SC judges are now saying about the mechanism. New Delhi: The CBI on Friday told the Su- preme Court it has got the Centre’s go ahead to move a Mumbai court for issuance of letters rogatory (LR) to a Singapore court for obtaining evidence against Mainak Mehta, the brother-in-law of fugitive diamantaire Nirav Modi, who is an accused in the PNB fraud case. New York (ANI): India is ready to take its place atglobaltoptablesnclud- ing G-20 and the UN Se- curity Council presiden- cy as the country is will- ing to bring solutions to the table, India’s Perma- nent Representative to the UN Ruchira Kamboj said on Friday . During the press briefing, when asked about UNSC reforms and India’s permanent seatatthesecuritycoun- cil, Kamboj said, “India is ready to take its place attheglobaltoptablesas a country that is willing to bring solutions to the table. One of the central tenets of our foreign policy is human-centric and which will remain the same.” India has been one of the leading voicesforthelong-stand- ing reforms due in the UNSC, stating that it surely deserves a posi- tion at the highest level of the UN as a perma- nent member. Proposals to restructure the secu- rity council which now has five permanent membersandtenelected to two-year terms, have beenaroundforovertwo decades, but have hit a stalemate in the UN General Assembly . Ambassador Kamboj told reporters that even as the world grapples with a pandemic and multilateralism is un- der stress, India has emerged on the interna- tional stage as a rally- ing point of hope. “India ready to take its place at global top tables” INDIA AT WORLD STAGE New Delhi (PTI): The National Green Tribunal (NGT) has directed the Manipur government to pay Rs 200 crore as environmental compensation for improper management of solid and liquid waste. A bench headed by chairperson Justice Adarsh Kumar Goel said remedial action cannot wait for an indefinite period, nor loose-ended timelines without account- ability can be a solution. It said the responsibility of the state is to have a comprehensive time-bound plan with tied-up resources to control pollution. The bench, also comprising Justice Sudhir Agarwal and expert member A Senthil Vel, said it is high time the state realised its duty to the law and to citizens and adopts further monitoring at its own level. MANIPUR GOVT TO PAY `200 CRORE FOR IMPROPER SOLID LIQUID WASTE MGMT IN THE COURTYARD India’s Permanent Representative to the UN Ruchira Kamboj. G20 PRESIDENCY ROTATIONAL, INEVITABLE; GOVT INDULGING IN ‘HIGH DRAMA’: CONGRESS GUJARAT RECORDS 63.14% TURNOUT IN FIRST PHASE, DOWN FROM 66.75% IN 2017 CONGRESS ONLY BELIEVES IN STALLING, DELAYING, MISLEADING, SAYS PM MODI MEHSANA MLA NITIN PATEL NOT CONTESTING BUT STILL A FACTOR IN DISTRICT New Delhi (PTI): A day after India assumed the leader- ship of the G-20, the Congress on Friday attacked the Modi government, saying the presidency was rotational and inevitable with none of the countries that held the responsibility earlier staging a “high voltage drama” as is being done now. India on Thursday assumed the Presidency of the G-20 with Prime Minister Narendra Modi making a strong pitch for “fundamental mindset shift” to benefit humanity as a whole and saying the country will work to further promote “oneness”. Ahmedabad (PTI): Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday alleged that the Congress only believed in ‘atkana, latkana aur bhatkana’ (stalling, delay- ing and misleading), and said those who looted poor people in the coun- try were now abusing him for putting an end to corruption. He also alleged that the previous Congress govern- ments never showed any interest in bringing the Narmada river water to the parched regions of Gujarat as the party was only interested in doing those works where there was scope to indulge in corruption. Modi was addressing a rally in Kankrej village of Banaskantha district, where voting for the second phase of Gujarat Assem- bly polls will be held on December 5. Mehsana (PTI): BJP leader and for- mer deputy chief minister Nitin Patel’s name features prominently in poll ral- lies in his home turf Mehsana ahead of the Gujarat assembly elections, despite the Patidar heavyweight not being fielded by his party this time. The party’s banners across the state usually have five faces on it Prime Minister Narendra Modi at the front, Amit Shah and JP Nadda on one side, and Gujarat Chief Minister Bhupendra Patel and CR Patil on the other. But in Mehsana, Nitin Patel also features in the posters, a proof of his popularity in the district. The BJP has fielded its Mehsana city unit president Mukesh Patel from the segment for the up- coming assembly elections. Ahmedabad (PTI): Prime Minister Naren- dra Modi on Friday said the Congress alleging tampering of Electron- ic Voting Machines is an indication that it has already accepted defeat in the Gujarat Assem- bly elections. Voting for 89 seats in the first phase of the Gujarat elections took place on Thursday . “The way Congress has started blaming EVMs after yesterday's voting in Kutch, Sau- rashtra and south Guja- rat, it is evident the op- position party has con- ceded defeat and has accepted that the BJP will win the election. Alleging EVM tamper- ing is an indication the Congress is on its way out,” said Modi. He was speaking at a rally in Patan where voting will be held along with remaining 92 seats on December 5. “TheCongressknows only two things, abuse Modi ahead of polls to please the voters and then blame EVMs after voting. This proves the Congress has accepted defeat,” he said. He also slammed past Congress governments for ‘widening' the rift between the rich and the poor in the country and “looting” the funds meant for the welfare of the poor. Mainpuri (ANI): Akh- ilesh Yadav will turn old but never return to pow- er, said Tourism and Culture Minister of Ut- tar Pradesh, Jaiveer Singh, on Friday react- ing to the Samajwadi Partychief’sallegedjibe at Deputy Chief Minis- tersKeshavPrasadMau- rya and Brajesh Pathak. The Samajwadi lead- er has alleged that both the deputy chief minis- ters of UP have been eyeing an opportunity to become CM, but have “failed”. Addressing a public rally supporting party candidate Asim Raza in Rampur ahead of the bypolls, Akhilesh Yadav said: “There are two Deputy CMs in the state. Both of them are looking for an opportu- nity to become CM. We have come to give them an offer.” “Take 100 MLAs from us, we are with you, be- come CM whenever you want,” the Samajwadi Party chief offered Maurya and Pathak. He also said the BJP government of the state should not be so harsh on the Opposition party believing it would be- come “vindictive” when it returns to power. Reacting to the SP leader's statements dur- ing an election cam- paign, Jaiveer Singh mocked Akhilesh Yadav for having fallen on hard times. New Delhi (ANI): Newly appointed BJP spokesperson and For- mer Congress leader Jaiveer Shergill on Fri- day expressed his grati- tude to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, BJP president JP Nadda and Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Friday . Earlier on Friday , the BJP appointed former Congress leader Jaiveer Shergill as its national spokesperson.“Iexpress myheartfeltgratitudeto Prime Minister Naren- dra Modi, BJP national president JP Nadda and Home Minister Amit Shah for appointing me as the national spokes- person of the world’s largest party,” Jaiveer Shergill tweeted. The BJP appointed nine senior leaders for key national roles in the party, including Capt Amarinder Singh, with immediate effect. As per the statement, formerPunjabCMAma- rinder Singh, former MP Sunil Jakhar, and Ministerof JalShaktiin the UP govt Swatantra- dev Singh have been ap- pointed as members of the National Executive. MAINPURI BYPOLLS BATTLEGROUND GUJARAT UP Minister hits out at Akhilesh ShivpalforremarksagainstBJP CONG HAS ACCEPTED DEFEAT: MODI PM says that Congress alleging tampering of Electronic Voting Machines is an indication that it has already accepted defeat Samajwadi Party National President Akhilesh Yadav addresses an election rally, in Jaswantnagar, on Friday. —PHOTO BY PTI PM Narendra Modi addresses BJP’s Vijay Sankalp convention for Assembly polls at Sojitra, in Anand, on Friday. —PHOTO BY PTI Jaiveer Shergill “YOU WILL NEITHER BECOME CM,NOR BE ABLE TO MAKE ANYONE” MEVANI CONFIDENT OF WINNING FROM VADGAM SEAT AGAIN BJP HOPES TO TROUNCE CONGRESS IN DANILIMDA SEAT Lucknow (PTI): Akhilesh Yadav will neither become chief minister nor will he be able to make anyone get that position, Ut- tar Pradesh Deputy CM Keshav Prasad Maurya said Friday responding to the SP president’s “offer”. At a rally in Rampur a day earlier, Yadav claimed the two deputy CMs — Kes- hav Prasad Maurya and Brajesh Pathak — wanted to become CM. He offered to support them if they joined the Samajwadi Party along with 100 BJP MLAs. “What is the use of holding the deputy CM position when you can- not even transfer a chief medical officer,” he said. Vadgam (PTI): Vad- gam, an SC-reserved Assembly segment in Gujarat, is considered an easy seat to win for the Congress owing to its demographic profile with high number of Muslim and Dalit voters. But retaining it will not be easy for sitting MLA Jignesh Mevani, who is contesting from the grand old party this time, as it has become a four-cornered fight with the entry of AAP and AIMIM. Although Mevani himself is confident of his victory, the BJP and political analysts feel otherwise. Ahmedabad (PTI): An intense battle of prestige is on between the BJP and the Congress over the control of the minor- ity and Dalit-dominated Danilimda Assem- bly constituency in Ahmedabad, which the saffron party has never won since the seat came into existence a decade back. The BJP is hopeful of breaking the jinx this time as it is pinning hopes on the division of Congress's votes in the seat that is all set for a four-cornered contest with the entry of the AIMIM and the AAP into the fray. Shergill thanks PM after being appointed BJP’s national spokesperson BJP supporters wave party flags during PM Narendra Modi’s election campaign roadshow for the Gujarat Assembly elections, in Ahmedabad, on Friday. —PHOTO BY PTI Ahmedabad (PTI): A voter turnout of 63.14 per cent was recorded in the first phase of Gujarat Assembly elections covering 89 seats across 19 districts of Saurashtra-Kutch and southern regions of the state, the Election Commission said on Friday. In the 2017 Assembly election, the voter turnout in the first phase covering the same 89 constituencies stood at 66.75 per cent. Polling for the first phase, in which the electoral fate of 788 candidates was locked in Electronic Voting Machines (EVMs), was held on Thursday.
  7. 7. USA and UK from Dec 9th to 15th: IAS officers Shashi Prakash Goyal (ACS CM), Arvind Ku- mar (ACS Infrastructure and Industrial Develop- ment), Prashant Trivedi (ACS Finance), IRTS Amit Singh (Secretary CM) Australia and Singa- pore from December 13 -14 : IAS officers Deepak Kumar (Prin- cipal Secretary Basic Education), Subhash Chandra Sharma (Principal Secretary Provisional Education), Mayur Maheshwari (CEO UP SIDA), Ritu Maheshwari (CEO Noida), Prathamesh (ACEO Invest UP) Mexico, Brazil, Argenti- na from December 9 to December 14: IAS offic- ers Manoj Kumar Singh (APC), Dr. Rajneesh Dubey (ACS Livestock), Sanjay R Bhoosreddy (ACS Sugar, Sugar- cane), Sanjay Prasad (Principal Secretary CM), Kumar Harsh (Special Secretary CM) New Delhi (PTI): Con- gress leader Jairam Ramesh on Friday said people like Kapil Sibal who maintained a “dig- nified silence” after leaving the party could be allowed to return, but not the ones like Jyotira- ditya Scindia or Him- anta Biswa Sarma. Ramesh, who is the Congress’s media head, also termed Union min- ister Scindia as a “24 carat traitor. Asked what would be the party’s stand if any of the renegade leaders wished to return, Ramesh told PTI, “I think the people who have left the Congress should not be welcome back. “There are people who left and abused the party , so they should not be taken back. But there are people who left the party with dignity and have been maintaining a dignified silence on the Congress party and its leadership,” he said. Rameshwasspeaking on the sidelines of Con- gress leader Rahul Gan- dhi’s Bharat Jodo Yatra which reached Agar Malwa in MP on Friday . “I can think of my for- mer colleague and a very good friend Kapil Sibal who left the party for some reason, but he has maintained a very dignified silence on the Congress party, unlike Mr Scindia and Mr Him- anta Biswa Sarma,” Ramesh said. INDIA JAIPUR | SATURDAY, DECEMBER 3, 2022 06 www.firstindia.co.in I https://firstindia.co.in/epapers/jaipur I twitter.com/thefirstindia I facebook.com/thefirstindia I instagram.com/thefirstindia Qatar (ANI): CostaRica and Germany played a see-saw encounter in a Group E clash that saw Germany beat Costa Rica 4-2 at the Al-Bayt StadiumonFridayinthe ongoingFIFAWorldCup. The win however could not save the four- time champions from an early departure as Ger- manysuffereditssecond straight exit. They had also failed to reach the 2018 edition’s round of 16. Germany were ahead with a 1-0 lead over Cos- ta Rica but the central American team came out all guns blazing in the second half as they found the back of the net twice through Yeltsin Tejeda in the 58th min- ute and Juan Pablo Var- gas in the 70th minute. Alateresurgencefrom Germany led by Kai Lu- kas Havertz saw them score three goals in the last20minutestowinthe match. Havertz scored in the 73rd and 85th min- utes while Niclas Full- krug found the back of the net in the 89th min- ute to secure a 4-2 win. TheGermanstookthe leadalmostimmediately after the kickoff, with Jamal Musiala testing Kaylor Navas from out- side the box. Germany crash out despite win over Costa Rica FIFA WORLD CUP lll The win however could not save the four-time champions from an early departure as Germany suffered its second straight exit VP visits WW-II memorial in Kohima memorial in Kohima Kohima (PTI): Vice President Jagdeep Dhankhar visited the historic World War-II memorial here on Fri- day and paid his tribute to the valiant soldiers who made their su- preme sacrifice in the line of duty . Dhankhar, who is ac- companied by his wife, is on his maiden visit to the north east state af- ter assuming office in August this year. “Humble tributes to the valiant soldiers who laid down their lives fighting here in 2nd World War. This memorial is reminder of innumerable sacri- fices. Their act of brav- ery and selflessness will continue to inspire generations,”Dhankhar wrote in the visitor’s dairy at the war memo- rial. He left for Delhi Friday after visiting the war memorial. Dhankhar inaugurated the 10-day-long 23rd Hornbill Festival on Thursday evening at Kisama. He also held closed door meetings with state Governor Prof Jagdish Mukhi, Chief Minister Neiph- iu Rio and his cabinet colleagues at Raj Bhavan. Mukhi and Rio bid farewell to the vice president at the Assam Rifles helipad. “Thank you for visiting Naga- land, Hon’ble Vice President of India Shri Jagdeep Dhankhar Ji @jdhankhar1. Your gracious presence at the opening of the #HornbillFestival2022, the #FestivalOfFesti- vals, made the occasion more special. We hope you will visit us again,” Rio posted on Twitter conveying gratitude to the vice-president on behalf of the people of the state. Humble trib- utes to the val- iant soldiers who laid down their lives fighting here in 2nd World War. This memorial is reminder of innumerable sacrifices. —Jagdeep Dhankhar Vice President VP Jagdeep Dhankhar and his wife Dr Sudesh Dhankhar, Jagdish Mukhi and Neiphiu Rio in Kohima on Thursday. New Delhi: The BCCI is planning to introduce tactical substitutions and could make an ap- pearance in the upcom- ingIPL2023.Thetactical substitutions concept was introduced by the BCCI for the first time during this year’s Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy in October-Nov. “Also note that from IPL 2023 Sea- son a strategic concept will be introduced to add a new dimension to IPL, wherein one substitute player per team will be able to take a more ac- tive part in an IPL match. The regulations pertaining to the same will be issued shortly .” IPL announces new tactical substitute rule from 2023 season BRAVO ANNOUNCES RETIREMENT FROM IPL, APPOINTED CSK’S BOWLING COACH Chennai: Former West Indies all- rounder Dwayne Bravo has announced his retirement from the IPL as a player, but he will continue his journey with the league and his franchise Chennai Super Kings (CSK) as a bowling coach for next season of the league. Chennai Super Kings had parted ways with veteran all-round- er Dwayne Bravo and released the West Indian ahead of the IPL mini-auction. BHARAT JODO YATRA PeoplewhohaveleftCongshould notbewelcomedback:Ramesh Jairam Ramesh, who is Congress’s media head, also termed Union Minister Scindia as a 24 carat traitor Jairam Ramesh addressing media on Friday. Guwahati (ANI): A let- ter from the AICC may have brought to light a brewing internal rift in the Assam Pradesh Con- gress Committee as it has revealed that many state Congress leaders are choosing to keep themselves away from the state’s ongoing ‘Bharat Jodo Yatra’. In the letter, under- signed by AICC member and senior Congress leader Jitendra Singh, the president of Assam Pradesh Congress Com- mittee (APCC), Bhupen Kumar Borah, has been directed to draw up a list of party leaders who skipped the ‘Bharat Jodo Yatra’, Assam. “I have been joining the Yatra from time to time and have noticed that some APCC office bearers, executive members, DCC, block president, OBs and leaders have neither at- tended this Yatra nor have not made any ef- forts to make this his- toric march a success,” Singh wrote in his let- ter. Citing the AICC let- ter, the Congress’ state unit has issued a letter to all leaders and execu- tive members of the APCC,sayingthatAICC general secretary Singh and APCC president Bo- rah were not satisfied with the non-participa- tion of some state party leaders in the ongoing ‘Bharat Jodo Yatra’. AICC asks Cong Assam chief to send names of absentees New Delhi: A pair of dogs wel- comed Congress leader Rahul Gandhi with bouquets when he stopped for tea during the party’s ‘Bharat Jodo Yatra’ in Madhya Pradesh’s Agar Malwa district on Friday. The dogs, Lizho and Rexy, held a basket of bouquets with the messag- es “Chale Kadam, Jude Vatan” and “Nafrat Chhodo, Bharat Jodo,” and handed it over to Gandhi. TWO DOGS WELCOME RaGa WITH BOUQUETS IN MP’S AGAR MALWA MAN BOOKED FOR KEEPING ELEPHANT WITHOUT LICENCE Uttar Pradesh: A man has been booked for keeping an elephant in UP’s Jaunpur district without taking a proper licence, an official said on Friday. Divisional Director (Forestry) Praveen Khare said Dubey was rearing an elephant without a licence in Sidhavan village under Rampur police sta- tion area. Khare said on the basis of this information, Forest Inspector Nandlal Yadav reached the spot asked Dubey for the licence and other documents is- sued by the Chief Conserva- tor of Forests, but he could not present the documents. MAN IMPALED ON IRON ROD ON BOARD DELHI-KANPUR TRAIN New Delhi: A passenger onboard the Nilanchal Express from Delhi to Kanpur was killed after an iron rod broke through the glass window and pierced his neck. The incident took place around 8.45 am Friday between Danwar and Somna in Aligarh, in the Prayagraj division of the North Central Railways. The passenger, Harikesh Dubey, died on the spot. The rod had pierced through his neck and through the wall into the next compartment, narrowly avoiding further injuries to the passengers seated there. 4 CHARRED TO DEATH IN LORRY-CONTAINER COLLISION IN ANDHRA PRADESH Kakinada: Four persons were charred to death after a sand-laden lorry collided with a diesel container in Andhra Pradesh’s Kakinada district, police said. The accident took place on the Chennai-Kolkata national highway near Dharmavaram village of Prathipadu block in the wee hours of Friday. The driver of the lorry lost control and crossed the road divider on the national highway and rammed into a stationary diesel container, resulting in the accident. The impact of the collision was so intense that it resulted in the explosion and the drivers’ cabins of both trucks were completely gutted in the fire, said police. CRUCIAL READ Ahtesham Siddiqui Lucknow: To make the UP Global Investment Summit 2023 a grand success, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath is sending a team of officers from the bureaucracy on a foreign trip. As many as 33 senior officers going on for- eign tours have to bring more foreign investors to UP by promoting the development works and schemes of the state along with holding road shows abroad. 33 senior officers to go on foreign tour New Delhi (ANI): A four-member team of the FSL on Friday reached Tihar Jail for a post-narco test analysis of Aaftab Poonawalla, accused in the Shrad- dha Walkar murder case. Official sources said that a team of four including two senior scientists and two sup- porting staff along with the case investigating officers arrived at Cen- tral Jail No.4 for a ‘post- test interview’ with Aaftab at around 11.30 am, and the exercise was on. The team during the post-test interview was carrying out a detailed analysis of replies he gave in his polygraph and narco tests earlier. He was also cross-ques- tioned on the replies to eliminate the possibility of any lie, said sources. Ahmedabad (PTI): Punjab Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann said here on Friday that gangster Goldy Brar, the mastermind behind the brutal murder of singer Sidhu Moosewa- la has been detained in the US, and he will “def- initely be brought to India” and be in the cus- tody of the Punjab Po- lice “very soon”.Brar was detained by the California police which have contacted the In- dian govt and Punjab police about it, he said. New Delhi (ANI): The NIA has arrested ab- sconding Dec 2021 Lu- dhiana Court building blast conspirator and wanted terrorist Har- preet Singh from Delhi airport soon after his ar- rival from Kaula Lum- pur, Malaysia, the agen- cy said on Friday . An as- sociateof LakhbirSingh Rode, a Pak-based self- styledChief of the ISYF, Harpreet was one of the conspirators of the De- cember 2021 Ludhiana Court Building blast. Shraddhacase:FSLteaminTihar forAaftab’spost-narcotestanalysis CBI ARRESTS ONE FOR BLACKMAILING US-BASED ECONOMICS PROFESSOR New Delhi: The CBI has busted a racket of “sextor- tionists”, arresting one who allegedly blackmailed an economics professor at California University into shelling out USD 48,000 threatening him with making public his sexually explicit video chats with a female gang member, officials said. Based on information received from the Federal Bureau of Investigation of the US, CBI arrested Rahul Kumar, a resident of Delhi’s Asola, while the search for his purported girlfriend who lured the professor into sending explicit videos on Facebook chat is going on, the officials said on Friday. New Delhi (ANI): Both the narco analysis and a polygraph test of Aaftab Amin Poonawala, who is accused of murdering his live-in girl- friend Shraddha Walkar and dismembering her body has revealed similar responses to the information gathered by Delhi Police so far in its investigation of the case, officials said on Friday. Delhi police sources said that Aaftab was fully cooperative during his narco as well as his polygraph tests. POLYGRAPH AND NARCO TEST RESPONSES SAME: DELHI POLICE Ludhiana blast conspirator Singh arrested: NIA SP Goyal Durga Shanker Sanjay Prasad Goldy Brar to be brought to India: Bhagwant Mann MOOSEWALA’S FATHER WELCOMES DETENTION OF BRAR Chandigarh (PTI): Murdered Punjabi singer Sidhu Moosewala’s father on Friday welcomed the news of detention of gangster Goldy Brar, the prime accused in the case, by the US authori- ties. Punjab Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann con- firmed in Ahmedabad that Brar has been detained by the police in California and that he would “definitely be brought to India”. OFFICERS GOING ON FOREIGN TOUR Germany’s Serge Gnabry celebrates with teammate Thomas Müller after scoring a goal during the match against Costa Rica. —PHOTO BY ANI
  8. 8. NEWS JAIPUR | SATURDAY, DECEMBER 3, 2022 07 www.firstindia.co.in I https://firstindia.co.in/epapers/jaipur I twitter.com/thefirstindia I facebook.com/thefirstindia I instagram.com/thefirstindia Government of Rajasthan Office of Director, Archaeology Museums Department, Rajasthan Jaipur DIPR/C/15224/2022 E-Bid Notice (Phone : 0141-2820360, Email : dirarch-jp@nic.in) No.: AM/TS(M)/Four Wheeled Electric Vehicle/2022/15871 Date : 24/11/2022 On behalf of Hon’ble Governor of Rajasthan, online Bid for operation and management of Four Wheeled Electric Vehicles on Elephant route of Amber fort, Amber are here by invited from interested and eligible company/Firms/ Individuals/Joint Venture. Details of the bid are as under:- Particular Period of Download of Bid Documents Period of Online Submission of Bid Documents Date time for opening of Technical Bid Operation of Four Wheeled Electric Vehicles at Amber Fort, Amber. Date 28.11.2022, 10.00 AM to Date 08.12.2022 upto 5.00 PM Date 28.11.2022, 10.00 AM to Date 08.12.2022 upto 5.00 PM Date 09.12.2022 on 11.00 AM 1. Bid UBN No. AMD2223SLOB00093 Detailed bid document can be viewed or/and download from websites http://museumsrajasthan.gov.in, http://sppp.rajasthan.gov.in http://eproc. rajasthan.gov.in. Director EXECUTIVEENGINEERPWDDN-DAUSA DIPR/C/15414/2022 NoTICE INVITING BID File No. 5907-17 Date : 25/11/2022 Bids for VARIOUS REPAIR AND MAINTENANCE WORK IN PWD DIVISION DAUSA of Nit No. 22Year 2022-23 for Procurement are invited from interested bidders up to 11.00 AM (time) 25.11.2022 TO 05.12.2022 (date). Other Particulars of the bid may be visited on the procurement portal (http://www.eproc.rajasthan.gov.in, http://sppp.rajasthan.gov.in) of the state; and “http://www.pwd.rajasthan.gov.in” departmental website. The approximate value of the procurement is Rs 107.36 Lacs. 1. UBN No. PWD2223WSoB11706 7. UBN No. PWD2223WSoB11715 2. UBN No. PWD2223WSoB11708 8. UBN No. PWD2223WSoB11716 3. UBN No. PWD2223WSoB11710 9. UBN No. PWD2223WSoB11717 4. UBN No. PWD2223WSoB11712 10. UBN No. PWD2223WSoB11718 5. UBN No. PWD2223WSoB11713 11. UBN No. PWD2223WSoB11719 6. UBN No. PWD2223WSoB11714 12. UBN No. PWD2223WSoB11720 Executive Engineer PWD Division-Dausa EXECUTIVEENGINEERPWDDN-DAUSA DIPR/C/15433/2022 NoTICE INVITING BID File No. 5511-20 Date : 15/11/2022 Bids for FLOOD RESTORATION WORK IN PWD DIVISION DAUSA of Nit No. 20 Year 2022-23 for Procurement are invited from interested bidders up to 11.00 AM (time) 28.11.2022 TO 08.12.2022 (date). Other Particulars of the bid may be visited on the procurement portal (http://www.eproc.rajasthan.gov.in, http://sppp.rajasthan.gov.in) of the state; and “http://www.pwd.rajasthan.gov.in” departmental website. The approximate value of the procurement is Rs 240.32 Lacs. 1. UBN No. PWD2223WSoB11815 10. UBN No. PWD2223WSoB11824 2. UBN No. PWD2223WSoB11816 11. UBN No. PWD2223WSoB11825 3. UBN No. PWD2223WSoB11817 12. UBN No. PWD2223WSoB11826 4. UBN No. PWD2223WSoB11818 13. UBN No. PWD2223WSoB11827 5. UBN No. PWD2223WSoB11819 14. UBN No. PWD2223WSoB11828 6. UBN No. PWD2223WSoB11820 15. UBN No. PWD2223WSoB11829 7. UBN No. PWD2223WSoB11821 16. UBN No. PWD2223WSoB11830 8. UBN No. PWD2223WSoB11822 17. UBN No. PWD2223WSoB11831 9. UBN No. PWD2223WSoB11823 18. UBN No. PWD2223WSoB11832 Executive Engineer PWD Division-Dausa PASSING OUT PARADE OF CONSTABLE RECRUITS Shivendra Parmar Jaipur: The convoca- tion parade ceremony of Constable Recruits Batch No 92 was organ- ised at Rajasthan Police Academy on Friday. DGP Umesh Mishra took the salute of this parade. A total of 174 constables including 112 male and 64 female constables participated in the convocation. DGP Mishra present- ed the trophy to parade commander and best all-rounder constable Anita Meena. He also presented trophies to Ranveer Singh for Best Outdoor, Constable Raj- pal Singh for Best Shooting and Anita for Best Indoor. Directorof Rajasthan Police Academy, Rajeev Sharma administered oath to trainees and constable also took the oath of arms. Mishra appreciated convoca- tion parade of trainee. (1) DGP Umesh Mishra inspecting the parade and taking salute. (2) DGP Umesh Mishra met and encouraged the constables and their families. (3) DGP Umesh Mishra saluting the parade. (45) Constable Anita Meena Rajpal Singh receiving awards. DGP Umesh Mishra took the salute of this parade. A total of 174 constables including 112 male and 64 female constables participated in the convocation parade 1 2 3 4 5 2 PTIs suspended in death case of 12-yr-old student Jaipur (PTI):A30-year- old man from Rajasthan was found dead on a railway track in UP’s Mirzapur district a day after marrying a wom- an there, police said on Friday. Family mem- bers suspect that Shrawan Kumar, a resi- dent of Nagaur district, was murdered and reg- istered an FIR against three persons, includ- ing the bride. Kumar was married twice earlier. His first wife died and the other left him. He went to Ut- tar Pradesh without family members to mar- ry another woman on the advice of his friends. After his body was found, bride went missing. Finishconstructionworksontime:CS Dr Rituraj Sharma Jaipur: CS Usha Shar- ma while presiding over a meeting organ- ized here on Friday in connection with the pending construction works at the level of various executive in- stitutions budget an- nouncements at Gov- ernment Secretariat. She instructed the officers concerned to complete the construc- tion work on time in all executive institutions whose construction work is pending in compliance with budg- et announcements. She also directed de- partments concerned to complete tenders for construction works on time and work orders for completed tenders should be issued soon so that common man is benefited. CS discussed with of- ficials of departments whose cases are pend- ing, directed officials to complete ongoing projects in state soon and work with coordi- nation of departments related to projects. Sharma also directed to complete cases re- lated to land acquisi- tion at earliest. CS instructed officers of JVVN to work on electrification in the rural areas of district CS Usha Sharma, Vaibhav Galriya, Dinesh Kumar, Jogaram, Bhawani Singh Detha during a meeting on Friday. Army truck carrying ammunition catches fire, inquiry ordered First India Bureau Udaipur: An India Army truck carrying ammunition caught fire about 60 km from here reportedly due to a technical malfunc- tion, an official said on Friday . Truck was part of a five-vehicle con- voy en route to mili- tary station here. A Quick Reaction Team of Army swung into action and cor- doned off the vehicle, stopping traffic on the highway, Defence Spokesperson Am- itabh Sharma said. There were two jawans including the driver in truck. The truck had ammuni- tion and weapons. Af- ter about 2 hours of effort,firewasbrought under control. There was no loss of life. Sharma added that civil administra- tion had also assisted with its resources for traffic management. Inquiry ordered. Lover climbs tower, patches with partner Rohit Bhilwara: Vexed after a break up with his girl- friend, a 17-year-old mi- nor boy climbed a mo- bile tower in Badnore town of Bhilwara dist on Friday and threat- ened to kill himself un- til girl herself comes to bring him down. Police informed that the boy was identified as Prakash Prajapat, a resident of Patan area in Bhilwara. “Prakash climbed the mobile tow- er in an inebriated state, he reportedly had an affair with a girl, but the girl had stopped talking to him owing to a dispute,” police said. 16 school children fallillafterdrinking milk at govt school First India Bureau Hanumangarh: 16 chil- dren fell ill on Friday after drinking milk at Rajkiya Balika Umavi. 287 children of Classes 1 to 8 were fed milk un- der Mukhyamantri Bal Gopal Yojana. Shortly after drinking milk, 15 girls and one boy fell ill. They complained of ab- dominal pain nerv- ousness were immedi- ately taken to hosp. Children were ad- mitted to trauma cen- tre. When condition of children stabilised, they were discharged. Milk samples have been taken for testing. Prima facie it is being said children had stom- ach ache. Largest field training exercises conducted by Indian Army First India Bureau Jaipur: Indian Army carried out one of the largest field training ex- ercise involving all enti- ties of war fighting in- cluding civil agencies in the western borders of Rajasthan, validat- ing their actions in line with the resolve of “Whole of Nations” ap- proach for decisive vic- tory. Training exercise culminated on Nov 30. There were many firsts in this exercise which cemented the jointness and synergy between Indian Army , Indian Air Force and BSF. During the week long exercise, there was on ground application and usage of numerous in- digenous technologies and equipments vali- dating their fusion in enhancing operational capabilities . The syner- getic actions have also validated new concepts of war fighting in an integrated theatre. First India Bureau Jaipur: On the sec- ond day of Kumbhal- garh Festival folk artists from across the state enthralled visitors with their talent. Events includ- ing the Padharo Mhare Des, Sahariya dance based on the tribal dance of Gopal Dhanuka, Kachi Ghodi dance folk songs. Day ended with performance by Grammy award win- ner Padma Bhushan Pt Vishwa Mohan Bhatt. Musical treat by Pt Vishwa Mohan Bhatt KUMBHALGARH FESTIVAL (L) Padma Bhushan Pt Vishwa Mohan Bhatt performing (down) Gopal Dhanuka and group performing tribal dance (Centre) Mohiniyattam performance by Jayaprabha Menon and group.
  9. 9. Stop for a minute-everyday and reflect on what is special about that day-there is always! —Dr Jagdeesh Chandra, CEO Editor-in-Chief, First India JAIPUR | SATURDAY, DECEMBER 3, 2022 www.firstindia.co.in I https://firstindia.co.in/epapers/jaipur I twitter.com/thefirstindia I facebook.com/thefirstindia I instagram.com/thefirstindia 08 2NDFRONT POSTAL REG NO. JPC/004/2022-24 Puneet Chaturvedi Aspur (Dungarpur): Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla was on a day-long tour of Dungarpur dis- trict. During this, he visited and worshiped at the Radha Krishna temple at Prayag Be- neshwar Dham and par- ticipated in the temple’s Swarna Shikhar Prat- ishtha Mahotsav and 1008 Kundiya Vishnu Mahayagya. While ad- dressing the Dharma Sabha, he described Be- neshwar Dham as the centre of spirituality and faith and also talked about making ef- forts for its develop- ment. Birla along with Leader of Opposition Gulab Chand Kataria visited the Radha Krishna temple at Be- neshwar Dham and per- formed aarti while wor- shiping there. After this Birla got the Swarna Shikhar Pratishtha Ma- hotsav done with Ma- hant Achyutanand Ma- haraj under the Swarna Shikhar Pratishtha Fes- tival of Radha-Krishna Temple. During this the Dham area resounded with the praises of Mavji Maharaj and Radha- Krishna. Birla said that all the predictions made 300 years ago by Saint Mavji Maharaj, who did penance in Beneshwar was an incarnation of Krishna, are turning out to be meaningful in the present times. Om Birla pays obeisance at Beneshwar Dham ON A SPIRITUAL TRAIL BJP’S JAN AAKROSH YATRA TURNS OUT TO BE A FAILURE ON 2ND DAY, GEHLOT Bhanwar S Charan Gul Mohammad Kota/Jhalawar: Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot, onFriday ,reachedJhala- war regarding Rahul Gandhi’s Bharat Jodo Yatra and went till the Rajasthan border to oversee the prepara- tions. The Yatra will en- ter Rajasthan from MP via Jhalawar on Decem- ber 4. He reached Chan- wali border on Friday and took stock of prepa- rations with Rahul Gan- dhi’s five member team. He also held discussion with minister Pramod Jain Bhaya regarding the management of the yatraduringwhichUDH Minister Shanti Dhari- wal was also present. The CM termed BJP’s JanAakroshYatra,tobe taken out in 200 Raj as- semblies, as a failure on the 2nd day . “Nadda’s visit is not getting any response from public. It hasbeenheardthatheis feeling extremely frus- trated.Theyhave5-7CM candidates and their quarrels aren’t being settled. The Congress runs on orders of party leaders. Petty differenc- es go on within every party group in country . All leaders of Rajasthan will stand jointly and the people will see. We are unitedly dedicated to issues of the country . Congress is making the Bharat Jodo Yatra a suc- cess. The nation’s wel- fare is the theme of the Congress,” Gehlot said. CM Ashok Gehlot interacts with labourers while inspecting the under construction Chambal River Front Project during his visit to Kota on Friday. CM Ashok Gehlot inspects the venue for night stay of participants during the Bharat Jodo Yatra in Kota on Friday. Also seen here are Shanti Dhariwal, Parsadi Lal Meena, Ramlal Jat and Rafeek Khan. Om Birla greets the gathering at the Swarna Shikhar Pratishtha Mahotsav at Shri Krishnahari Temple in Beneshwar Dham. Om Birla participates in the 1008 Kundiya Vishnu Mahayagya during the Shikhar Pratishtha Mahotsav at Shri Krishnahari Temple in Beneshwar Dham. Shanti Dhariwal Dr Mahesh Joshi Dharmendra Rathore Agar Malwa (PTI): Ahead of the Rahul Gandhi-led Bharat Jodo Yatra entering Ra- jasthan on December 4, Congress General Sec- retary Jairam Ramesh on Friday , said any solu- tion to the leadership tussle in the western state to be chalked out by Party President Mal- likarjun Kharge will be based on the principle that organisation is su- preme and not an indi- vidual. “Whatever formula Khargeji and other leaders will come up will be based only on one principle - that the organisation is su- preme. So, whatever formula is implement- ed, it will not be imple- mented from the view- point of individual A or individual B, but from the viewpoint of the or- ganisation,” Ramesh told PTI during a ‘walk the talk’ interview on Friday . He added that Con- gress leader Rahul Gan- dhi has clearly said that both Ashok Gehlot and Sachin Pilot are assets to the party . “Gehlot is a senior and experienced leader, while Pilot is a young, popular and energetic leader. Both are assets and we need both of them in the party,” said the former Union min- ister who is in Madhya Pradesh as part of the Congress’ Bharat Jodo Yatra. Jairam Ramesh was leading a Congress Sewa Dal march that started at 6am in Agar Malwa district in the presence of Rajya Sab- ha MP Digvijaya Singh and the latter’s MLA son Jaivardhan Singh, holding the tricolour ahead of the Bharat Jodo Yatra. Huge anti- incumbency wave in Gujarat, thus BJP PM Modi held so many rallies in Guj Birla along with LoP GC Kataria visited the Radha Krishna temple spoke about its development as well Dhariwal,Joshi,Rathore may get reprieve from Cong High Command! WithCM’snod,284gram panchayatstohaveSHCs Ousted leaders can join BJY after apology: Bhanwar Jitendra First India Bureau Jaipur: Cong leader RahulGandhi’sBharat Jodo Yatra will enter Jhalawar on the even- ing of December 4 and will be in Rajasthan for a total of 15 days and will cover a dis- tanceof 520kms.Many leaders including CM Ashok Gehlot, State CongressPresidentGS Dotasra, ex- Dy CM Sachin Pilot will wel- come the leaders. The Yatra will enter Jhal- rapatan ’s Chaunli vil- lage at 7 pm on Dec 5. Pramod Jain Bhaya briefs the AICC Team from New Delhi about the venue and the route for the Bharat Jodo Yatra at Chaunli village in Jhalawar district on Friday. BHARAT JODO YATRA: THE ITINERARY RaGa’s Bharat Jodo Yatra to kickstart in Raj from December 5 at Jhalrapatan The Bharat Jodo Yatra will formally start on December 5 at 6 am and it will con- tinue further. During this, meetings will be held at Kali Talai, Surajpol Naka. On December 6, there will be a Nukkad Sabha at Hiriya Khedi and in the evening, the Yatra will reach the playground of Moru Kalan. Night halt will be done here. Rahul Gandhi’s Yatra will start from Kota on December 7 and 8, only after holding Nukkad Sabha in the city, he will take night rest at Jagpura in the evening. On December 9, the Yatra will reach Gudli village located in Keshoraipatan of Bundi district and reach Bajdli via Balapura crossing. During this also street meetings will be held. The Yatra will reach Sawai Madhopur via Tonk border after leaving Borip in Bundi on December 10. The Yatra will start from Sawai Madhopur on December 11 12. During this, after Nukkad Sabha in Dubbi, night halt will be held at Dahlod. Then on December 12, this yatra will hold Nukkad Sabha in Bagdi village. The Yatra will reach Nayawas via Lal- sot on December 13. On December 14, a day-long break has been planned. Rahul Gandhi will reach Mukurpura on Decem- ber 15 via Sikandra where Nukkad Sabha will be held. All participants will spend the night at Colona Court on December 16. The last stop of Bharat Jodo Yatra will be in Alwar district. After entering from Malakheda, a big public meeting will be held here on December 17. After the meeting, there will be night halt at Radha Swami Ashram located in Mahua village. On December 18, the journey will start from Bijwa in Ramgarh. After this, at 7 am on December 19, this yatra will enter the Haryana Border. Dausa Alwar Kota JOSEPH IS NODAL OFFICER FOR BJY SECURITY, DGP MISHRA REVIEWS Jaipur: Senior IPS Biju George Joseph will be nodal of- ficer for security arrangements in Bharat Jodo Yatra.He held a meet via VC with SPs Range IGs of concerned districts. DGP Umesh Mishra said that arrangements in Jhalawar should be such that other districts follow suit. LEADERSHIP ROW IN RAJASTHAN Organisation not individual will be key factor in resolving tussle: Jairam Ramesh Whatever will be implemented will be in the interest of the organisa- tion. It is not the ques- tion of individual A or individual B. It is the Congress party. —Jairam Ramesh, Congress General Secretary Rahul may attend govt’s 4th anniv event First India Bureau Jaipur: The Rajasthan Government is likely to hold an event to cele- brate its fourth anni- versary in the presence of Congress leader Ra- hul Gandhi. At the same time, dis- trict level programmes are also being planned in which various min- isters would take part. Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot will highlight the achieve- ments and works done by the government in these four years. The Chief Minister may also make some major announcements. The Grand Old Party’s ‘One man, One Post’ formula, but with conditions applied! Aditi Nagar New Delhi: Congress party’s ‘One-man-one- post’ formula seems to be ignored as the Party President Mallikarjun Kharge would continue as Leader of Opposition in Rajya Sabha. The party has not yet decided on his replace- ment in the Parliament and Kharge would con- tinue to hold both the responsibilities. Questions are being raised whether the for- mula was for Rajasthan only because it has al- ready been implement- ed in the cases of Go- vind Singh Dotasra, Raghu Sharma and Harish Chaudhary . It was also in discus- sion when Chief Minis- ter Ashok Gehlot was in the race for Party Presi- dent’s post in Septem- ber, but outside Ra- jasthan, the formula appears to be sidelined. The Congress imple- mented ‘One Man One Post’ rule at the AICC and state level after the party’s ‘Nav Sankalp Chintan Shivir’ held in Udaipur in May, where- in, the person with dual or more charges will be given one assignment at a time. Aditi Nagar New Delhi: Three se- nior Congress leaders, UDH Minister Shanti Dhariwal, PHED Minis- ter Mahesh Joshi RTDC Chairman Dhar- mendra Rathore are likely to get reprieve from the Congress High Command in the matter related to them conven- ing a parallel Legisla- ture Party meeting on September 25. As per talks in Con- gress circles, now no disciplinary action will be taken against the trio. They may be given reprieve but with a warning. This decision holds importance as Ra- hul Gandhi’s Bharat Jodo Yatra is likely to enter Raj from Jhala- war on Dec 4 night. First India Bureau Jaipur: To provide bet- ter medical facilities and services to people of the State, CM Ashok Gehlot approved the proposal to open new Sub Health Centres in 284 gram panchayat headquarters of the state and create a post of women health work- er in each new Sub Health Centres. Under the proposal, 284 women health work- er posts will be created. A provision of up to Rs 30 lakh has been made for construction works of each new SHCs. Till the building of new sub-health centres are constructed, alterna- tive arrangements will be made to operate them. In the budget of the year 2022-23, Gehlot had announced plans to open 1,000 Sub Health Centres in Raj. With new centres, health ser- vices will expand in the rural areas. First India Bureau Alwar: Former Union Minister Bhanwar Ji- tendra Singh has said that if any expelled leader apologises, he will also be included in the Bharat Jodo Yatra. For this, the leaders of the state and the committee that has been formed will de- cide. Singh told report- ers that efforts are be- ing made to connect all areas of district with Bharat Jodo Yatra and for this, 20 committees have been formed. GEHLOT REVIEWS PREPARATIONS FOR RAHUL’S BHARAT JODO YATRA
  10. 10. www.firstindia.co.in I https://firstindia.co.in/epapers/jaipur I twitter.com/ thefirstindia I facebook.com/thefirstindia I instagram.com/thefirstindia 09 JAIPUR, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 3, 2022 iving does not only pre- cede receiving it is the reason for it. It is in giv- ing that we receive be- lieves, Apoorva Sharma who is also one of the finalists of the First In- dia Queen shares her shared her uphill adventure of being a hero from zero. “I’m 21 years old and currently pursuing a Master’s in clin- ical psychology. I am a profes- sional singer, sports per- son, dancer and model. As a sports freak, I have learned lead- ership quali- ties that took me forward to- wards my projects. Each one of them teaches me something and providing knowledge to underprivileged children is one of them” the diva expressed. Like every other girl from a small town, Apoorva has also faced many bar- riers, speaking more about it she said, “In Gwalior, women are not able to choose any thing for themselves, So, I decided to pro- vide self-employment for women with the help of our Aviation Minister, Jyotiraditya Scindia. I be- lieve in being a helping hand to people who are not fortunate enough. I am also a brand ambas- sador of Swachhata Sarvekshan by Nagar Nigam Gwalior.” Stated about her achievements diva added, “I started my journey in 2019 when I won my first pag- eant, JCI Miss Gwalior. But it was very difficult for me to pur- sue my passion. Then I won Ru- baru Miss Cosmopolitan World India 2021, giving me the oppor- tunity to represent our country, India, on a global stage. I am blessed with one more achieve- ment this year, which is Miss Body Beautiful in First India Queen 2022 and I am very thank- ful to Dr Jadeesh Chandra Sir for providing me with this golden op- portunity to be a part of First India Queen.” G “I believe in being a helping hand to people who are not fortunate enough” stated Apoorva Sharma, one of the finalists of First India Queen during a chit-chat session with City First MRIDULA SHARMA cityfirst@firstindia.co.in
  11. 11. 10 ETC JAIPUR | SATURDAY, DECEMBER 3, 2022 www.firstindia.co.in I https://firstindia.co.in/epapers/jaipur I twitter.com/thefirstindia I facebook.com/thefirstindia I instagram.com/thefirstindia F A C E O F T H E D A Y SHILPA SASWANI, Nutritionist ARIES MAR 21 - APRIL 20 Your innovative ideas on the professional front are likely to be well received. Good health will keep you fit and energetic. Spirituality will have a special allure for you. You are likely to expand your social circle. You are likely to get immense fulfillment in your current relationship. LIBRA SEPT 24 - OCTOBER 22 Homemakers will get a chance to implement their ideas. You are likely to be recognised for your efforts on the professional front. Chance of a raise is possible for some. Timely and correct decision will help you in saving a lot of money. You will be able to de-stress yourself completely today. TAURUS APR 21 - MAY 20 You succeed in putting an ambitious project on the tracks and cross all hurdles in making it a success. Homemakers can exceed budget in doing up their homes. An old friend or a relative is likely to pay you a visit. Love beckons and promises to give immense joy and fulfillment. SCORPIO OCTOBER 23 - NOVEMBER 22 Speculation may not be profitable and you can very well burn your fingers. A major purchase may make a dent in your savings, but will help in keeping up with the flow .Some of you may get hard pressed to find a good match for someone eligible in the family. A romantic outing is on the cards. GEMINI MAY 21 - JUNE 21 A job switch needs to be considered taking all aspects into consideration. Those days when you will feel satisfied with whatever you do today on the social front. Those seeking love may not get lucky, but persistence will pay .A friend or relative can touch a sensitive nerve and get you all upset. SAGITTARIUS NOV 23 - DEC 22 A profitable day for entrepreneurs is envisaged. You may be played upon for spending on someone else’s needs and desires. Homemakers are likely to enjoy the day in the company of neighbors and friends. Fatigue threatens in a long journey, but adequate breaks will keep you going. CANCER JUNE 22 - JULY 23 You will put in extra efforts to complete a task entrusted to you. Your academic aspirations may take some time to get realised. A contentious property issue may not show any signs of getting sorted out amicably, have a backup plan ready. Financial worries evaporate as new avenues of earning. CAPRICORN DEC 23 - JAN 20 Money coming from various sources will keep you in a happy state of mind. A new fitness regime that you have adopted promises to keep you in the pink of health. Getting an old furniture upholstered may be at the top of the mind of some homemakers.Overall health remains satisfactory . LEO JULY 24 - AUGUST 23 Support from the family may seem most encouraging for those aiming an academic pursuit. Sticking to workout routine may benefit you on the health front. Meeting relatives at a marriage or party cannot be ruled out. A passion-filled evening is foreseen, as romantic front brightens. AQUARIUS JAN 21 - FEB 19 Something concerning property will work out in your favour. A lot of time may be wasted in socialising,but you will love every moment of it. You will succeed in surmounting the odds to get a stalled job back on the tracks. A romantic outing is on the cards. VIRGO AUG 24 - SEP 23 Those not in a stable job can expect permanency. You will manage to ignore distractions at work to complete a pending task in time. Job prospects for those freshly out of professional institutes are set to brighten up. Health will be satisfactory, as you remain regular in workouts. PISCES FEB20 - MARCH 20 You are likely to spend an enjoyable time with a close relation today. Satisfaction is foreseen for the image conscious people trying to achieve perfect figure and physique. Your efforts on the academic front will keep you in contention. Your helping hand to someone in need will be appreciated. YOUR DAY Horoscope by Saurabbh Sachdeva nternational Day of Disabled Persons”. This year the focus is on Non-Visible Disabilities (NVD). The majority of people suffer from NVD as they go unnoticed, or unattended, even if sus- pected to exist. For 13 years I have been the Ex- ecutive Director of DISHA, a leading institution for children with disabilities. These years gave me an in- sight into visible invisi- ble disabilities, but at the same time, they have also raised myriad questions, some of which I will at- tempt to address. Though difficult to ac- cept by most people, NVD is an inveterate illness that impairs day-to-day ac- tivities such as going to school, work or socializ- ing. 80-90% of people have NVD in some form. Being invisible to normal percep- tion, they are not easy to spot. Such people do pur- sue successful lives/ca- reers but at a reduced po- tential. The very concept of “disability” is falla- ciously looked upon as some sort of “stigma”, al- though such denials are a disability in themselves. As common examples of NVD, I can mention Lazi- ness, Compulsive lying Hypochondria limit crea- tivity and cause abnormal anxiety. Some suffer from obses- sive-compulsive disorder (OCD) where recurrent persistent thoughts and feelings cause repetitive ritualized behaviour. OCD can be caused by fear, superstition or inse- curity, to name a few. Most such NVDs are picked up at an early age and their causes are too many to mention. These drawbacks are mostly ig- nored because parents prefer to stay blind to any deficiency in their “loved ones”. Untreated, such blind biases only go to stunt their ward’s full po- tential. A dyslexic child with normal intelligence loses many opportunities to pro- gress, suffering silently from this puzzling learn- ing disorder. It can be eas- ily diagnosed as it reflects in late talking, slow learn- ing of new words, feeling confused with similar sounding words or getting perplexed when handed several instructions at once. India detects more than one crore dyslexic cases every year, with mil- lions being pushed under the desk. Half the US population (165 million) suffers from such chronic conditions, with 88% of these not will- ing to discuss their own or their child’s disability. Consequently, better em- ployment opportunities evade such people !! It takes smart guardi- ans to look consciously and objectively into their children’s behaviour, out- put and social interaction to detect understand NVD’s debilitating force. For instance, to think that laziness is only a bad habit can be a cruel mis- judgement. Having said that, we must also look at the flip side of NVD. Could it be that humans are designed by Nature to be like that ?? For example, some plants from identical seeds pollinate with different in- tensities. We don’t say they suffer from Botanical nymphomania. Pups from the same litter re- spond to train- ing differently. Do we cast away the slow learner from the kennel for being a cur ?? 1.5% of the world’s popu- lation is diagnosed with Dissociative Identity Disor- der. We don’t deal with half of that split personality !? Very often pursuit of perfection can impede cre- ativity. Is it better to ac- cept such vagaries of Na- ture and move on.?? Many of those who were dealt this invisible hand by Nature, played with resil- ience to come up with trumps. To follow the ex- ample of Celebrities, Sports Persons etc with such disabilities is the an- swer for now !! FEW CREDITS :  Morgan Freeman -Holly- wood Actor/Director.  Venus Williams- Star Ten- nis Player.  Ira Singhal - UPSC topper.  Abhishek Bachchan, Hrithik Roshan, Boman Irani - Bol- lywood Actors.  Thomas Edison - greatest inventor. I RAINU SINGH cityfirst@firstindia.co.in A LOOK INTO INVISIBLE DISABILITIES
  12. 12. ETC www.firstindia.co.in I https://firstindia.co.in/epapers/jaipur I twitter.com/thefirstindia I facebook.com/thefirstindia I instagram.com/thefirstindia JAIPUR | SATURDAY, DECEMBER 3, 2022 11 OF Jesus Christ made the entire month pious by choosing December as his birthday month.Apart from Christmas, December is a star-studded month for birthdays.These final-month-of-the-year-born kiddos are little beacons of light,thought to be endowed with good fortune and good health.City First brings to you some interesting facst over extra ordinary stars born in the month of Christmas! NICKI MINAJ The hip-hop and fashion icon was born on December 8, 1982. Long before Nicky Minaj became the Rap Goddess; she worked as a waitress at Red Lobsters restaurant. She hit a record in October 2010 when she made her 7 songs on the Billboard Top 100 simultaneously. With that, she became the first female solo artist to do so. VANESSA HUDGENS The “High School Musical” star was born on December 14, 1988. Hudgens was featured in an episode of the Nickelodeon show Drake Josh. After the taping, Hudgens, then16, reportedly took a nude photo of herself and sent to show star Drake Bell. The photo resurfaced on the internet two years later and caused a controversy for the young actress. BRITNEY SPEARS The pop music icon was born on December 2, 1981. Fact: The famous singer started singing into a hairbrush at just 2 years old, but she made her real debut singing “What Child Is This” at her kindergarten graduation. HOLLY MADISON The Playboy model and reality TV star was born on December 23, 1979. Since she was 9 years old, Marilyn Monroe was her idol and ultimately the inspiration behind her wanting to be an actress. Her favorite Marilyn movie was How to Marry a Millionaire. TIGER WOODS The golfing legend was born on December 30, 1975. Aged 24, he became the youngest golfer to win the career grand slam and at the 2019 ZOZO Championship he tied Sam Snead for the most PGA Tour wins ever with 82. JIN The mega super star Kim Seokjin was born on December 4, 1992. According to BTS’ Japanese fan club, Jin thought of becoming a journalist until his first year of high school. The following year, he changed his plans and set his sights on acting after being moved by Kim Nam-kil’s acting on the Korean drama “Queen Seondeok.” His was picked as the “world’s most handsome male face” in a poll conducted by Czech doll company CzDollic in 2018. He beat 18,000 competitors from 58 countries. Of the 1.5 million people who voted, more than 1 million voted for Jin. the youngest golfer to win the JIN V World Most Handsome Man in this world Kim Taehyung was born on December 30, 1995, In 2017, V’s face was picked as the most handsome in the world, topping TC Candler’s, on the annual list of the 100 Most Beautiful Faces of the Year. Loving V is like loving two different men at once. The first one is our ideal man - the cool and handsome guy. His name is V. He dances and sings passionately on stage and he makes the group complete their perfect hip hop image with his killer eyes and dead serious look. The other guy is the unique. His name is Kim Taehyung and he is the most handsome and most wonderful man today on earth. ZOE KRAVITZ The “Big Little Lies” star was born on December 1, 1988. Fact: The Batman is actually Zoe Kravitz’s second time playing Catwoman, after voicing the same character in The LEGO Batman Movie in 2017. However, The Batman could have been her third Batman film if she hadn’t failed her audition in The Dark Knight Rises which released in 2012. UTTKARSHA SHEKHAR uttkarsha.shekhar@firstindia.co.in

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