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  1. 1. WATCH THE NATIONAL HINDI NEWS CHANNEL BHARAT24 - JAHAN TAK BHARAT WAHAN TAK BHARAT24 BSE SENSEX 62,272.68 762.10 | NSE NIFTY 18,484.10 216.85 JAIPUR l FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 2022 l Pages 12 l 3.00 l RNI NO. RAJENG/2019/77764 l Vol 4 l Issue No. 169 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 STEPS WILL BE STRONGER WHEN WE WALK TOGETHER: PGV JOINS RAHUL Islamabad: Pakistan Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif on Thursday chose Lt Gen Asim Munir as the new Army chief (COAS) to replace incumbent General Qamar Javed Bajwa. Bajwa, 61, is scheduled to retire on November 29. Khandwa: Congress general secretary in-charge of UP Priyanka Gandhi with her husband Robert Vadra on Thursday joined Rahul Gandhi’s Bharat Jodho Yatra. On 2nd day of yatra’s MP leg, Rahul started the foot march from Borgaon in Khandwa district. HEARING IN JACQUELINE CASE DEFERRED TILL DEC 12 New Delhi: A Delhi court on Thursday deferred till December 12, the hearing in a money laundering case involving Bollywood actor Jacqueline Fernandez and conman Sukesh Chandrashekhar. Fernandez appeared in the Patiala House Court in connection with case. EX-ISI CHIEF LT GEN ASIM IS NEW PAK ARMY CHIEF JOURNALISTS THREAT: SRINAGAR POLICE CONDUCTS SEARCHES VIKRAM IS STILL ALIVE, CONFIRMS FAMILY AMID DEATH REPORTS Srinagar: J&K Police on Thursday conducted searches in multiple locations in various places in three districts in the Union Territory as part of its investigation into a case registered with the State Investigative Agency in connection with ‘online journalists threat’ case. Mumbai: Veteran actor Vikram Gokhale’s family has clarified that the actor is still alive and is on life support. Vrushali Gokhale (wife of the veteran actor) said, “He slipped into a coma on Wednesday afternoon and post that, he has not responded to touch. He is on ventilator.” READ Crucial Crucial MEA: INDIA UPSET AT UNWANTED REFERENCE TO MODI BY US OFFICIAL PAYTM’S 75% SLUMP IS WORLD’S WORST FOR LARGE IPOs IN DECADE New Delhi: India is upset at a reference to PM Modi by a US official while defending immunity it had extended to Saudi Arabia’s crown prince Mohammed bin Salman, who is facing allegations of killing journo Jamal Khashoggi. “I fail to understand how comment on PM Modi was relevant,” MEA spokesperson Arindam Bagchi. New Delhi: The One 97 Communications Ltd., the operator of India’s largest digital-payments provider known as Paytm, has capped the worst first-year share plunge among large IPOs over the past decade — and the pain is worsening. SC COLLEGIUM RECOMMENDS 9 JUDICIAL APPTS FOR RAJASTHAN Kamal Kant Jaipur: In a news related to the appointment and transfer of judges, SC Collegium has recom- mended 6 judicial officers for Rajasthan HC. These include, Rajendra Prakash Soni, Ashok Kumar Jain, Yogendra Kumar Purohit, Bhuvan Goyal, P Bhatnagar and Ashutosh Kumar. Besides, 2 advocates Anil Kumar Upman and Nupur Bhati have been recom- mended. Raj HC will get 9 new judges. Another recommendation was made regarding Madras HC Acting CJ T Raja, who has been recommended to be transferred to Raj HC. CENTRE ASKS COURT TO ‘HOLD ITS MOUTH’ SECURITY BREACH DURING PM’S RALLY IN BAVLA, DRONE SHOT DOWN, 1 ARRESTED REWRITE HISTORY, CENTRE WILL SUPPORT: HOME MIN AMIT SHAH TELLS HISTORIANS The Centre vehemently resisted the observations, with the attorney general asking the court to “hold its mouth” for a while and look into the issue in entirety. Bavla: Security breach was reported during PM Modi’s rally in Bavla on Thursday. NSG shot down a drone and took one person into custody. The drone was unarmed but it was flying at low altitude & was heading towards stage. New Delhi: Union HM Amit Shah has asked historians to rewrite history in Indian context. “I am student of history and I hear a lot of times that our history has not been presented properly and is distorted. Maybe that is correct, but now we need to correct this,” Shah said at a function of the Assam government in Delhi. P6 Jama Masjid revokes ban on entry of girls New Delhi: After speaking with Delhi’s Lieutenant Governor VK Saxena, Shahi Imam Bukhari of Jama Masjid has agreed to re- voke the order restrict- ing entry of women in the mosque, Raj Niwas sources said. Delhi LG requested Shahi Imam Bukhari to rescind the order restricting the en- try of women in Jama Masjid. The sources also informed that Sha- hi Imam Bukhari has requested visitors to respect and maintain sanity of Jama Masjid. EARLIER IN DAY... On Thursday morning, the administration of Jama Majid had decided to ban solitary and group entry for girls inside its premises. The office of mosque had also banned shooting of videos with music inside mosque compound. According to the Shahi Imam, decision was taken after some “incidents” were reported on premises. TOP COURT ON ELECTION COMMISSION CHOICES WHAT IS THE TEARING HURRY?  SC reserves order on a batch of pleas seeking a collegium-like system for EC appointments  We are not questioning merits of Arun Goel’s credentials but the process is not correct, says bench THE COURT STATES... Asking about how 4 names were shortlisted from the officer database of the DoP, the court further remarked, “We are being blunt. If all these four names are care- fully chosen, as yes men — we are concerned with the process of selection.” Bench said it is “struggling” to find reasons why Law Minister selected a panel of 4 names who were not going to com- plete the stipulated six-year tenure, as they would turn 65, the age of retirement from poll body, before that. First India Bureau New Delhi: The SC on Thursday questioned what the “tearing hur- ry” was for the “super fast” ap- pointment of ex-IAS o f f i c e r Arun Goel as Election Commissioner, despite the government’s objec- tion to a “mini trial” within the larger case on how the commis- sioners are chosen. The five-judge Constitution bench continuing with some stinging remarks on process for 3rd day went straight into the files on Goel that it had sought on Wednesday . A Constitution bench headed by Justice KM Joseph and also comprising Justices Ajay Rastogi, Aniruddha Bose, Hrishikesh Roy and CT Ravikumar hearing pleas at the SC in New Delhi. PM: BJP has only 1 goal, ‘Ek Bharat, Shreshtha Bharat’ First India Bureau Palanpur/Modasa/ Dahegam/Bavla: Con- tinuing his campaign- ing in Gujarat, PM Nar- endra Modi on Thurs- day addressed public meetings in Palanpur, Modasa, Dahegam and Bavla. PM Modi spoke extensively on tourism, environment, water, livestock and nutrition. Modi spoke on develop- ment for next 25 yrs of Gujarat & said BJP has only 1 goal, ‘Ek Bharat, Shreshtha Bharat.’ Richa apologises for her ‘GALWAN SAYS HI’ tweet Mumbai: Actor Richa Chadha has issued an apology through a tweet after being slammed on social media for posting a tweet on the 2020 G a l w a n clash, in which sev- eral Indian Army soldiers died. On Wednesday, Richa had reacted to Northern Army Commander Lt General Upendra Dwivedi’s statement that the Indian Army is ready to execute orders like taking back PoK. VK Saxena Ahmed Bukhari Prime Minister Narendra Modi being garlanded by the BJP leaders and party workers during public rally ahead of Gujarat Assembly polls, at Palanpur, in Banaskantha on Thursday. —PHOTO BY ANI  Portal for filing RTI to help people access info about the SC was operationalised  Guj HC came down heavily on the state govt & said compensation given to kin of those who died in Morbi bridge collapse is abysmal  SC agreed to form a constitution bench to conduct proceedings on pleas related to polygamy and nikah- halala, practised among Muslims  A judge of Guj HC, against whose transfer state lawyers were up in arms, will not be moved out, for now  Justice V M Velumani, a judge in the Madras HC to join Calcutta HC  Justice Battu Devanand has been sent from Andhra Pradesh HC to Madras HC  Justice D Ramesh has been transferred from Andhra Pradesh HC to Allahabad HC  Justice Lalitha Kanneganti has been sent from Telangana HC to Karnataka HC  Justice D Nagarjun has been shifted from Telangana HC to Madras HC  Justice T Raja has been sent from Madras HC to Rajasthan HC  Justice A Abhishek Reddy has been transferred from Telangana HC to Patna HC OTHER ‘TOP’ COURT ORDERS SC Collegium headed by CJI DY Chandrachud on Thursday recommended transfer of 7 HC judges to different HCs in the country. The list of HC judges, who have been recommended for transfer, does not include Justice Nikhil S Kariel of the Gujarat HC CM GEHLOT’S NDTV INTERVIEW WILL RESIGN IF HIGH COMMAND ASKS ME, MAKE ANY MLA FROM THE 102, THE CM: ASHOK GEHLOT First India Bureau Jaipur:Aheadof Rahul’s Yatra coming to Ra- jasthan,ahugetusslehas startedonceagaininCon- gress. CM Gehlot, who fired salvos on Sachin Pi- lot, in what could be termed as perhaps his biggest ‘attack’ yet, has questioned as to how can Pilot be made CM? “How can people ac- cept a man who does not have 10 MLAs, who has rebelled, who has been named a traitor,” Gehlot said on Thursday , add- ing, “because of whom we sat in hotels for 34 days, this government was being toppled, Amit Shah was also involved. Dharmendra Pradhan was also involved.” On question of Gehlot camp not accepting Pilot, he said, “How will they ac- cept the man who has committed betrayal. Our MLAs and I myself suf- feredandstayedinhotels for 34 days?” Turn to P8  CM Gehlot questions Pilot’s legitimacy to become CM, stresses he does not have support of even 102 MLAs  How will they (MLAs) accept the man who has committed betrayal, Gehlot said  Get a survey done, if I am found unsuitable, I will move out of the position, the CM said Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot GEHLOT CABINET SOLVES OBC ISSUE State cabinet meeting was held at CMR on Thursday under the chairmanship of CM Gehlot. In this, many im- portant decisions have been taken including giving more opportunities for promotion to state personnel, promot- ing tourism of Rajasthan, amendment in Rajasthan Civil Services (Absorption of Ex-Servicemen) Rules, while also giving approval on the proposal of Rajasthan Homeless Upliftment, Reha- bilitation Policy. More on P8 MP KOLI’S GUNMAN SHOOTS DEAD WOMAN IN B’PUR First India Bureau Bharatpur: A police constable shot dead a 60-year-old woman in his neighbourhood and wounded her son in a row over an old rivalry in Bharatpur district on Thursday, police said. The accused, Nitesh Kumar, a gunman attached with BJP MP Ranjeeta Koli, later surrendered before the police. Bharatpur DSP Shyam Singh said that the Rajasthan Police gunman surrendered at Bayana Police Station and was taken into custody.
  2. 2. Shivendra Parmar Jaipur: In wake of the assemblyelectionsinGu- jarat, the Gujarat Police has sought help from Ra- jasthan Police to conduct the election peacefully . The Gujarat Police has sent Rajasthan Police a listof about4,000wanted criminals who are want- edforcommittingcrimes in Gujarat. Assembly elections are to be held in two phases in Gujarat next month on December 1 and December 5. There are many districts of Rajasthan whose border is with Gujarat and criminals shift to Ra- jasthan after commit- ting crime in Gujarat. The Gujarat Police is apprehensive that these criminals can affect the elections in Gujarat. On directions of DGP Umesh Mishra, Raj Po- lice has nabbed about 50 in 3 days. RAJASTHAN JAIPUR | FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 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  Mines Dept has earmarked 630 plots for auction of minor minerals like granite, quartz, feldspar, sandstone among others 630 mining plots to be auctioned from Dec 6 E-AUCTION ON PORTAL OF CENTRAL GOVERNMENT Nirmal Tiwari Jaipur: The Depart- ment of Mines has started the e-auction process of mining plots at 35 places in 21 dis- tricts of Rajasthan. Ad- ditional Chief Secre- tary (Mines) Dr Sub- odh Agarwal informed that the e-auction of 630 mining plots will take place from Decem- ber 6 to February 17, 2023, through the e- platform of the Gov- ernment of India. “The Mines Depart- ment has earmarked 630 plots for auction of minor minerals like granite, quartz, feld- spar, sandstone, silica sand, masonry stone, china clay, and marble among others. As per the directions of CM Ashok Gehlot, legal mining is being pro- moted by auctioning mining plots in large numbers,” said ACS Dr Subodh Agarwal. “To maintain trans- parency & competition in auction, Mines Min Pramod Jain Bhaya has given instructions for large-scale publici- ty of e-auctioning pro- cess. Detailed info has been displayed on de- partmental website & Govt of India portal,” added Dr Agarwal. कारायालर नगर पाललका मण्डल ककशनगढ़-रेनवाल (जरपुर) क्रमांक: न.पा.कक.रे./PSKS-21/2022-23/3839 किनांक: 24.11.2022 -ः आपत्ति सूचना ः- सर्व साधारण को सूकित ककया जाता है कक प्रशासन शहरों के संग अकियान-2021 के तहत नगर पाकिका में कनम्ानुसार आरेिकों ने अपने सराकमतर िसतारेजों के साथ कनमा्वण आज्ा हेतु आरेिन ककया है। क्र. सं. नाम आवेदनकराता क्ेत्रफल वरतारज खसरा नं. योजना का नाम वव. वववरण 1 श्री बाबूिाि बिाई पुत्र श्री रूडाराम 44.88 कनमा्वण आज्ा रूडा बाबा, िेखरा बस स्टेणड के पास, कक. रेनराि जररये पट््ा 2 श्रीमतरी मधु शमा्व पत्री श्री सुरेश कुमार शमा्व 156.66 कनमा्वण आज्ा मोहन मन्िर के परीछटे, कक. रेनराि जररये पट््ा 3 श्री मुकेश कुमार अग्रराि पुत्र श्री केिार मि अग्रराि र श्री राहुि गोयि पुत्र श्री महाररीर प्रसाि अग्रराि 426.66 कनमा्वण आज्ा कशर मन्िर के पास, कक. रेनराि जररये पट््ा 4 श्री मुराररी िाि मारू पुत्र श्री हररप्रसाि मारू 300.00 कनमा्वण आज्ा बैंक ऑफ इनणडया के पास, कक. रेनराि जररये पट््ा 5 श्री करकास बाकजयां पुत्र श्री श्रीि्ि बाकजयां 200.00 कनमा्वण आज्ा बजरंग नगर, कक. रेनराि जररये पट््ा 6 श्रीमतरी सुकमत्रा िेररी धायि पुत्र श्री जमना राम 196.66 कनमा्वण आज्ा शंकर करहार कॉिोनरी, कक. रेनराि जररये पट््ा 7 श्री मांगरीिाि पुत्र श्री बेगाराम जांकगड 366.00 कनमा्वण आज्ा राड्ड नं. 28, कक. रेनराि जररये पट््ा 8 श्री रामककशोर रैगर पुत्र श्री िूराराम रैगर 236.66 कनमा्वण आज्ा रैगर मोहलिा, कक. रेनराि जररये पट््ा अत: उपयु्वकत आरेिकों के पक्ष में कनमा्वण आज्ा जाररी करने बाबत ककसरी िरी वयनकत को कोई आपकति हो तो रह अपनरी आपकति किकखत में मय िसतारेज इस सूिना के जाररी होने से 7 किरस में इस काया्विय में प्रसतुत कर िे। बाि कमयाि प्रसतुत आपकति पर कोई करिार नहीं ककया जायेगा। सूिना में अंककत अरकध पशिात् पत्रारकियों के कनसतारण करी काय्वराहरी करी जारेगरी। िसतारेज/साक्य के प्रसतुतरीकरण के अिार में कनयमन नहीं होने के किये आरेिनकता्व सरयं कजममेिार होंगे। (वराता चौधरी) अवधशारी अवधकारी नरर पावलका वक. रेनवाल GUJARAT POLICE SEEK HELP OF RAJ POLICE... ASSEMBLY ELECTIONS IN GUJARAT Pratap Singh Khachariyawas, Amin Kagzi and Munesh Gurjar sitting with protesting JMCH councillors. Agreement signed between JDA & JMRC to resolve issues Abhishek Shrivastava Jaipur: An agreement was signed between JDA and JMRC on Thursday to resolve the long-pending dispute of Metro Enclave located on B2 Bypass. JMRC Director (Com- pany Affairs) Mahesh Bhuradia and JDA Sec- retary Ujjwal Rathore signed the agreement in presence of Principal Secretary of UDH, Kun- ji Lal Meena. The agreement was finally executed after a series of deliberations were held over terms & conditions between the two govt bodies. Offi- cials informed that JMRC will soon trans- fer the land of JDA, fol- lowing which, lease deeds will be issued to investors. “JDA will pay Rs 318 cr to JMRC in lieu of transfer of land. JMRC was allot- ted 1.48 L sqmtrs,” in- formed an official. Dr Subodh Agarwal taking a meeting regarding the e-auction. Contractual workers stage sit-in First India Bureau Jaipur: Contractual workers working on con- tract in various depart- ments in Raj protested against govt at Vidyad- har Nagar Stadium. They staged a sit-in pro- test against rule of keep- ing contractual person- nel in Rajasthan civil service posts. Soon a movement will be organ- ized across state. Along with this, contract work- ers will also register their protest during Ra- hul’s Bharat Jodo Yatra. Upen Yadav arrest challenged in court First India Bureau Jaipur: The arrest and remand of Upen Yadav, President of Rajasthan Berozgaar Ekikrat Ma- hasangh, has been chal- lenged in the court. While hearing the case on Thursday, sessions court called for the case dairy in the matter. De- fence counsel Ak Jain while arguing the mat- ter said that the arrest and remand is illegal. PSKsupportsdemands of JMCH councillors First India Bureau Jaipur: Food and Civil Supplies Min Pratap Singh Khachariyawas and MLA Amin Kagzi on Thursday reached headquarters of JMCH and interacted with protesting Congress and independent coun- cillors. The councillors are staging a sit-in at the Heritage Nagar Nig- am headquarters for last four days demand- ing the formation of various committees of the civic body . Khachariyawas said that the demands of the councillors are com- pletely justified and we will form the commit- tees within a week. “In- dependent councillors have the first right to be inducted in the commit- tees,” said Min Singh. PHED Min Dr Ma- hesh Joshi too support- ed the protesting coun- cillors and said that a formula is being de- vised by the party and government. JDA Commissioner Ravi Jain inspected the camp of Metro Enclave Scheme and distributes pattas on Thursday. Last day for Dr Somya to reply to notice Congress govt’s countdown has begun: Rathore First India Bureau Jaipur: As Mayor of JMCG Dr Somya’s time to submit a reply to the showcause notice is- sued to her in her dis- missal case ends today, govt may remove her from the mayor’s chair again. According to ex- perts, if govt removes her, then govt may ap- point an acting mayor. Election Commission will have to take a deci- sion regarding impact of the HC’s order on by- elections that were con- ducted on Nov 10. Following HC order, govt had given Gurjar time until Nov 18 to sub- mit the reply. But the mayor had presented a letter to the director of the Directorate of DLB, asking for one month’s time. The government later gave an additional time of seven days. First India Bureau Sikar: Former Union Minister and Jaipur (Rural) MP Rajyavard- han Singh Rathore on Thursday targeted the state government and said that the Gehlot gov- ernment is only trying to save its chair. While commenting on the Bharat Jodo Yatra of Rahul Gandhi, Rathore said, “It is being said that Rahul is coming in new colours. He has turned 50, but we do not know how many col- ours he will change now. A chair-saving campaign is going on in Rajasthan and every person in the state has gone five years back. The BJP is starting the Jan Aakrosh Yatra and govt’s countdown has already begun,” said MP Rajyavardhan Sin- gh Rathore. We have to educate girls: Mamata Bhupesh ABVPconventiontoday: Ramdev to preside over First India Bureau Jaipur: Explaining definition of reforms needed in the society Women and Child De- velopment Minister, Mamta Bhupesh said that till the time we would be in a position to stop telling our daughters to come home on time in even- ing, this will mark be- ginning of improve- ment in society . Only then can the prevention of violence against women be en- sured. Bhupesh was expressing her views in a series of state- level and district-level workshops on Nov 24 and 25 organized by Directorate of Women Empowerment at Di- rectorate of Women Empowerment Com- plex in connection with the Prevention of Violence Against Women Day . First India Bureau Jaipur: 68th national conventionof ABVPwill begininJaipurfromFri- day .Adaybeforeitscom- mencement, a meeting of the National Execu- tivestartedonThursday . ABVP National Prez Chhagan Bhai Patel & National GS Nidhi Trip- athi started national ex- ecutivemeeting.Inmeet- ing,seniorfunctionaries will review work done throughout year. Con- vention will be held at JECRC University from Nov 25 to 27. Yoga guru Ramdev & Union Edu Min Dharmendra Prad- han will preside over. Bhupesh being felicitated at state & district-level workshops. PAYING HOMAGE A wreath-laying program was organised at the PCC headquarters on Thursday on the birth anniversary of Rajasthan’s first CM Hiralal Shastri. Dr Mahesh Joshi, Jaswant Gurjar, Ayub Khan, Raghuveer Singh, Sharif Khan, Gopal Navariya, Rajesh Pandey, Umashankar Sharma, Bharat Gurjar, Deepak Dhir, Satendra Jadaun and many workers were present on the occasion. NSUI STARTS MATI YATRA CAMPAIGN TO SUPPORT RAHUL Jaipur: In view of Rahul Gandhi’s Bharat Jodo Yatra, student organization NSUI started the Mati Yatra cam- paign on Thursday. The yatra is being conducted under the leadership of NSUI state president Abhishek Choud- hary. Under this campaign, NSUI will go on a soil tour in every district of the state and the soil will be collected and handed over to Rahul Gandhi when he reaches Rajasthan. Gujarat Police has sent Rajasthan Police a list of about 4,000 wanted criminals NSUI members launching poster of Mati Yatra campaign. ‘METRO ENCLAVE’ DISPUTE Contractual workers staging a sit-in protest on Thursday. —PHOTO BY SANTOSH SHARMA JALORE 880 UDAIPUR 600 BARMER 439 DUNGARPUR 241 JODHPUR 178 SIROHI 108 PALI 93 CHITTORGARH 88 JAIPUR 87 BANSWARA 82 BHILWARA 75 RAJSAMAND 74 DISTRICT WISE LIST OF THE WANTED BY GUJARAT POLICE
  3. 3. RAJASTHAN JAIPUR | FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 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 First India Bureau Jaipur: Chief Secretary UshaSharma,whilepre- siding over a meeting organized by the Minor- ity Affairs and Waqf Board at the govt Secre- tariat here on Thursday to review the PM’s new 15-pointprogrammeand thePM’sPublicDevelop- ment programme, said that attention should be paid to overall develop- ment of the minority community . She said that the participation of the minority communi- ty should be ensured in all areas, including edu- cation, employment, technicaleducation,ma- drassaeducation,educa- tion loan assistance, re- cruitment in state and central services, partici- pation in rural develop- ment schemes, improve- ment in slums. In the meeting, the progress of works ap- proved under PM Jan Vikas Karyakram (PMGVK) scheme were discussed. For the wel- fare of minorities, a 15-point programme has been set under the four objectives of pro- motion of education opportunities, proper share in economic ac- tivities and employ- ment, improvement of the living conditions of minorities and con- trol and prevention of communal disharmo- ny and violence. Under this, there is a provi- sion to fix 15% of the actual target and finan- cial expenditure. ‘Ensure overall devp of minority community’ CS REVIEWS 15-POINT PROG Youth shot dead, internet banfor48hrsinBhilwara A youth of minority community was shot dead by 4 unknown miscreants Ibrahim being taken to Hospital after he was shot on Thursday. Police personnel have been deployed across the city. CS Usha Sharma along with officials of Minority Affairs and Waqf Board at Secretariat on Thursday. Naveen Joshi Bhilwara: A young man was killed when four bikeborne miscre- ants fired at him in broad daylight in Bhilwara on Thursday. Two brothers were at- tacked by the miscre- ants and one of them died. Police put up blockades but the kill- ers were not caught. The crime is being linked to the Adarsh Ta- padia murder case. In- ternet services have been banned in the dis- trict for fear of deterio- rating law and order situation. The division- al commissioner issued the ban orders. ASP Jyeshtha Maitreyi said that Ibra- him Pathan (34) and Kamruddin (22) were going towards Harni Mahadev from Badla intersection in Bhilwara. On Thursday afternoon, four miscre- ants came on two bikes and surrounded the brothers at the cross- roads and fired three rounds. One bullet hit Ibrahim, who died while his brother got injured. The miscre- ants then sped away. Police reached the spot and took both of them to Mahatma Gandhi Hospital while some suspects were taken into custody. FAMILY CREATES RUCKUS AT HOSP; SECURITY DEPLOYED ACROSS CITY After the death of Ibrahim, his family mem- bers and other people created ruckus at the hospital. The mob started vandalizing. Police tried to calm them. The protesters demanded Rs 50 lakh for the family of the deceased and government job and Rs 10 lakh to the injured. After an uproar for about half-an-hour, the po- lice chased them out of the hospital. After the firing, there has been an atmosphere of tension in Bhilwara. Police force has been deployed across the city. Cong leader Gopal Kesawat’s daughter traced from Ahmd First India Bureau Jaipur: Congress lead- er Gopal Kesawat’s daughter, who had gone missing, was finally traced in Ahmedabad on Thursday . During interrogation, the girl, Abhilasha, said that she herself went out of Jaipur. DCP East Karan Sharma said that sev- eral teams were formed after the girl went miss- ing. Suspected people were interrogated. The CCTV cameras footage installed from the place of disappearance to the place where the scooty was recovered was scanned. Based on the inputs received by the technical team, police teams were sent to the different states. At 2 pm on Thursday, information was re- ceived about the wher- abouts of the girl from Ahmedabad. Mother jumps to death with her baby girl Tonk (FIB): A case of the suicide of mother- daughter has come to light in the Diggi police station area of Malpu- ra subdivision. In vil- lage Lava, there was a stir in the whole area after the bodies of Manisha (26), wife of Khushiram Jat and Annu (15 months) daughter Khushiram resident of Balapura were found in the well. The police informed the people of the pa- ternal side about the incident. Both the dead bodies were handed over to the rel- atives for the last rites. Couple dies in mishap, 2 kids sustain injuries First India Bureau Tonk: A husband and wife were killed and two children were in- jured in a collision be- tween a Maruti Swift car and a bike near the RJ26 restaurant on the Jaipur-Bhilwara high- way. On Wednesday night, the couple along with their two children were going from Mal- pura to Khedapati Bala- ji on their bike. The car collided near the village of Jaisingh- pura. In the accident, Ramkishore (40), and his wife Sunita (38) died, whereas Deepak (13) & Shrivansh (8) have been referred to Sawai Man Singh Hospital, Jaipur in critical condition. AUTO FULL OF PASSENGERS COLLIDES WITH TRACTOR, OLD MAN DIE ON SPOT Bhilwara: Once again two families lost their members on Thursday due to a gravel-laden tractor running uncontrolla- bly on the road at Haled road of Sadar police station area of Bhilwara city. Where a tractor loaded with gravel hit an auto loaded with passengers. Due to which an elderly person in the auto died on the spot. At the same time, a woman died during treatment at Mahatma Gandhi Hospital. After the in- formation of the accident, Sadar police station also reached the hospital. At the same time, the relatives of the deceased also created ruckus outside the mortuary. And refused to pick up the dead body. After an uproar that lasted for about 4 hours, the matter calmed down after the police assurance. Sharma displeased over targeted attacks on pujaris by ‘bhumafias’ First India Bureau Jaipur: SD Sharma, Working President of Rajasthan Brahmin Mahasabha has ex- pressed his displeasure against the attacks on Pujaries, Sants and Ma- hants by “BHUMAFI- AS” across Rajasthan. There were lot of inci- dents in the last few years as Pujaries (Shri Babulal Vaishnav) were burnt alive at Bukna in Karauli district, and Vivekanand Pujari at Devgarh, Rajsamand were attacked. Sharma appealed to CM Gehlot that all the worship places, temples, Sants, Mahants and Brah- mins should be protect- ed from these “Bhu- mafias” and there should be a strict law imposed in the State. I-T sleuths recover jewellery, cash worth `100 cr in Udpr First India Bureau Udaipur: The income tax officials have recov- ered huge amounts of cashandjewelleryinthe raids involving two real estatebusinessman.The IT sleuths have recov- ered documents of prop- erties worth Rs 100 crore and started inves- tigation in the matter. According to the sourc- es, nearly 8 kgs of gold and cash amounting to Rs 1 crore have been re- covered during inter- rogation from Nirmal Jain, Ramesh Jain and Kalu Lal Jain. The search continued till Thursday night at 37 locations of Ankur and AKME Group. K’taka Guv TC Gehlot attends religious event; unveils statue of Bharat Mata First India Bureau Pali: Karnataka Gov- ernor Thaawarchand Gehlot was on a one- day visit to the Pali dis- trict on Thursday. Gov- ernor Gehlot left for Takhatgarh Dham from Jodhpur airport on Thursday morning. During this, he stayed for a short time at RTDC Hotel located at Panihari Chauraha, Pali. On reaching RTDC Hotel, District Collector Namit Me- hta, and District Su- perintendent of Police Gagandeep Singla wel- comed Governor Ge- hlot. Governor Gehlot left for Takhatgarh Dham from Panihari Chauraha RTDC Hotel. After that Gehlot reached Bhagatmal Kanta and participated in the unveiling pro- gram of Bharat Mata statue. Karnataka Gov- ernor Gehlot reached Takhatgarh by road on Thursday afternoon. He attended a reli- gious function organ- ized at Ularia Marg. After staying in the program for about an hour, Governor Gehlot left for Udaipur. Residentdoctorsgoon strike,followinguproar First India Bureau Kota: After the death of a woman, the relatives created a ruckus in the MBS government hospi- tal in the city . The chaos spread so much that the family members of the patient woman thrashed the on-duty doctors. The incident took place in hospital late on Wednesday night at 1 am and it was captured on a CCTV camera. After the thrashing incident with emergency doctors on Wednesday , the other doctors in hospital on Thursdaywentonstrike. Dr Jitendra Yadav, Presi- dent of Resident Doctors Association said that we demand arrest of ac- cusedassoonaspossible. KESAWAT WAS ON CONTINUOUS PROTST Governonr of Karnataka, Thaawar Chand Gehlot stopped for a meal with officials RTDC hotel in Pali on Thursday. Ghanshyam Sharma, SD Sharma, and Roshan Lal Sharma during the press conference of Raj Brahmin Mahasabha on Thursday. RASofficersboycottmeetings, sought Min Meena’s apology Laxman Raghav Bikaner: Following a tiff between Panchayat Raj Minister Ramesh- chand Meena and Dis- trict Collector Bhagwati Prasad Kalal in Bikaner, anger is increasing among the officials. On Thursday, RAS, Tehsil- dars and many officials warned not to partici- pate in govt meetings. Several organizations have submitted memo- randum to the Addition- al Divisional Commis- sioner. Dozens of em- ployees and officers’ or- ganizations have regis- tered their protest. RAS officers and Tehsildar organizations decided after the meet- ings that they will no longer participate in government meetings. The officials have de- manded a public apolo- gy from the minister. Girlrapedfor4yrson pretextofmarriage, `1.25Lakhextorted First India Bureau Jaipur: A case of rape of a girl on the pretext of marriage has been reported. While keeping her in live-in-relationship, he kept raping her for the last four years. The accused even ex- torted Rs 1.25 lakh by blackmailingherinto making her porno- graphic videos pub- lic. The victim has lodged a report againsttheaccusedat Sindhicamp police station. ACP (Sadar) Sanjay Arya is inves- tigating the case. Police said that a 35-year-old girl has lodged the report. In 2018, she met the ac- cused and during their interaction, the victimfellinlovewith the accused. In Dec 2018, after proposing marriage, he took her to a hotel in Sindhi- camp and raped her. Hethreatenedtomake the videos viral and extorted Rs 1.25 lakh. Resident doctors staging protest in Kota on Thursday. First India Bureau Jaipur/Kota: A Panther eluding the Forest Department for the last seven daysinNantaMahal of Kota city, was fi- nally tranquillised on late Wednesday at 11.40 pm. Forest Department offi- cials were trying to rescue the panther for the last 14 hours. Due to the panther being in the vicinity, there was an atmosphere of panic in the whole area. DFO of Forest Department Jairam Pandey told that the team of For- est Department suc- cessfully rescued the panther by tranquil- lizing it at night. Lat- er the panther was shifted to the Ladpu- rarangeofficeof For- est Deparment. Rajveer, CP Mee- na, members of the rescue team from Ranthambore, Ram- swaroop, Dharmen- dra Chaudhary, of Forest Division Lad- pura range together rescued the panther. Panther in Kota tranquillised after 7-days 7-YR-OLD MINOR RAPED BY PRIEST IN BKN; ACCUSED IS ABSCONDING Bikaner: A henious case of rape with a minor has come to light from the Chhattargarh area of the district. It is alleged that a seven-year-old girl was raped by the priest of the temple. As soon as the information about the incident was received, the police started searching for the priest, who was absconding after the incident. The accused priest has now been ar- rested. The girl’s mother has filed an FIR. As per the report of the victim’s mother, her daughter had gone to school when she did not reach back and upon searching, she found that the priest has raped daughter.
  4. 4. PERSPECTIVE JAIPUR | FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 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. 169 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 Amit Shah @AmitShah Millions of tributes on the martyrdom day of ‘Hind di Chadar’, the ninth Guru of the Sikhs, Shri Guru Teg Bahadur Ji. The ascetic life, sacrifice and teachings of Guru Tegh Bahadur Ji, the supreme symbol of struggle and sacrifice against oppression and injustice, will always remain a source of inspiration for the unity of the nation. Rajnath Singh @rajnathsingh Lachit Borphukan was a courageous military leader who fought valiantly for the honour and dignity of his people. On the occasion of his 400th birth anniversary, I bow to him for his exemplary courage and bravery. He will remain an inspiration for India’s coming generations. SPIRITUAL SPEAK God promises to make something good out of the storms that bring devastation to your life. —Bible IN-DEPTH THE UNRESOLVED BORDER DISPUTES BETWEEN STATES CREATE FRICTION order disputes be- tween states keep flaring up now and then without any resolution in sight. Assam and Meghalaya were to start their second round of talks to resolve their boundary dis- pute when six people were killed in firing by the Assam police. Five of those killed belonged to Meghalaya. Assam Chief Minis- ter Himanta Biswa Sarma de- nied the incident had anything to do with the dispute over 12 stretches of their long border. The dispute had been resolved in six of these areas in March. While these two north-east- ern states avoided provocation, another flashpoint emerged be- tween two BJP-ruled states of Karnataka and Maharashtra. Chief Minister Basavaraj Bom- maiandhisneighbouringstate’s Deputy Chief Minister Deven- dra Fadnavis engaged in a war of words over border dispute after some villages in Maha- rashtra’s Sangli district passed a resolution to merge with Kar- nataka following a water crisis. Fadnavis asserted that no vil- lager was going anywhere. Bom- mai found this provocative. Fes- tering since 1960, when will the dispute be resolved? TOP TWEETS B he Supreme Court’s gaze is fixed on the ap- pointment of Election Commis- sioners and the Bench hear- ing the matter is posing some probing observations regard- ing lack of transparency in appointments and their short tenures. The court asked for the appointment file of EC Arun Goel to look at the mechanism that was followed and observed that “if there is no hanky panky then there is nothing to fear”. A former IAS officer of Punjab cadre Arun Goel is in line to be- come the Chief Election Commissioner after the term of Rajiv Kumar ends in 2025. The Supreme Court’s hard stance invited an equally tough response from the gov- ernment which said that there was no pick and choose and the selection was made on the basis of seniority . The government rejected out- right the court’s suggestion to include a Supreme Court judge in the selection panel. Attorney General Tushar Mehta told the Bench headed by Justice KM Joseph, “A pre- supposition that only with the presence of judiciary in- dependence and fairness will be achieved, that is an incor- rect reading of the Constitu- tion. Mere presence of some- one from judiciary will en- sure transparency is a falla- cious statement.” Barring TN Seshan no oth- er CEC has shown spine to challenge the government whenever it was found want- ing in sticking to norms. Be- fore every election questions are raised over EC’s deci- sions creating the perception that its decisions are influ- enced by the government. After the Supreme Court, the poll panel is one institution whose autonomy should be sacrosanct. SC IS RIGHT ON EC APPOINTMENTS The Supreme Court’s gaze is fixed on the appointment of Election Commissioners and the bench hearing the matter is posing some probing observations regarding lack of transparency in appointments and their short tenures T WORLD CUP PUTS THE SPOTLIGHT ON QATAR, BUT ALSO BRINGS ATTENTION TO ITS HUMAN RIGHTS RECORD AND POLITICS ith the start of the World Cup on November 20, 2022, soccer teams from 32 countries and tens of thousands of fans have converged on Qatar, a tiny Arab country on a pen- insula in the Persian Gulf. But search “Qatar 2022” on- line, and the first nonsport results are about the coun- try’s human rights issues. Like its fellow oil-rich Arab countries, Qatar has enjoyed immense wealth that nur- tured grand ambitions of eco- nomic growth among rulers and citizens alike. Qatar and its neighbors, including Bah- rain and the United Arab Emirates,havebroughtinmil- lions of workers from other countriestosupporttheirfast- growing cities and businesses over the past few decades. In particular, about 30,000 workers came from Bangla- desh, India and Nepal to con- struct the World Cup stadi- ums. At least 37 died, accord- ing to official Qatari counts, while building the US$220 billion infrastructure for the games. I am a political scientist and legal scholar of the Mid- dle East who has lived and worked in Qatar. Given the sudden media focus on the country, I think it helpful for both World Cup fans and peo- ple who don’t know a soccer ball from a hockey puck to understand four aspects of Qatar’s politics that relate to its human rights challenges. 1. QATAR IS RULED BY A POPULAR KING A sparsely populated country in a desert, Qatar gained inde- pendence from Great Britain in 1971. With its large oil and natural gas reserves, Qatar has the highest income per citizen in the world. Qatar’s ruler is popular among citi- zens.SheikhTamimbinHam- ad Al Thani is part a family dynasty that has run the ar- ea’s politics since the 1800s, even under Ottoman and Brit- ish control. This makes Qatar one of eight Arab countries governedbyhereditarykings. 2. YES – WORKERS’ RIGHTS HAVE BEEN A PROBLEM Doha, the capital of Qatar, has become a major media, educational, diplomatic and recreational hub over the past few decades. Its break- neck development also re- quired workers from all over the world. As a result, foreign workers make up about 85% of the country’s total popula- tion, but they do not have the same rights as Qatari citi- zens. Qatari natives have been reluctant to share their extraordinary social welfare benefits, like free medical care, with millions of work- ers from abroad. This makes for a system that gives many more rights to Qatari nation- als than the millions of oth- ers who live there. 3. YET QATAR HAS MADE MAJOR REFORMS While workers’ rights have received appropriate West- ern media attention, Qatar’s direct efforts to respond to local and international activ- ism are less known. Qatar enacted the most significant labor rights reforms in the Arab world in 2021. 4. AND WESTERN CRITIQUES MAY CONCEAL OTHER AGENDAS Qatari officials have suggest- ed that international atten- tion to foreign workers’ con- ditions is part of a broader pattern of Westerners belit- tling Arabs and Muslims. One blatant example is an October issue of the French right-wing satirical maga- zine “Le Canard enchaîné,” which depicted Qatari soccer players as terrorists. Calls in some parts of Eu- rope for a widespread World Cup boycott add fuel to this and other arguments that the European and American im- pressionof Qatarishypocriti- calandpossiblyIslamophobic. Though hardly a neutral ob- server, Gianni Infantino, the president of FIFA, which car- riesouttheWorldCup,reflect- ed many Gulf Arabs’ views when he argued that Europe’s history of exploiting Middle Easterners and others gives it little moral high ground on is- sues of non-Western rights. SOURCE: THE CONVERSATION W Yet genuine global concern about rights in countries like Qatar and mistrust between the Middle East and the West will persist. Can new global awareness of Qatar lead to more nuanced understanding of both cross-cultural similarities and differences between Arab Islamic countries and the rest of the world? For the moment, this is as hard to know as which country will win the World Cup I am a political scientist and legal scholar of the Middle East who has lived and worked in Qatar. 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  7. 7. New Delhi (ANI): CongressleaderRahul Gandhi, who is lead- ing the party’s ‘Bharat Jodo Yatra’, will ad- dress a mega rally in Madhya Pradesh’s Mhow, the birthplace of Dr BR Ambedkar, on Constitution Day on November 26. Through this mega event, Rahul Gandhi is expected to attack the Modi government at the Centre on the lines of “Save Consti- tution Save Democra- cy”, sources said. As per sources, Priyanka Gandhi who has al- ready reached Indore may also join the rally . Other than them, Congress president Mallikarjun Kharge has also changed his programme for the event. Ahmedabad (PTI): A total of 167 candidates, out of 788 contesting the 89 seats in the first phase of Gujarat As- sembly elections, have criminal cases against them, with 100 of them facing serious charges like murder and rape, a report by the Associa- tion for Democratic Re- forms (ADR) said on Thursday . With this, 21 per cent of the candidates in fray have criminal cas- es against them, while 13 per cent are facing serious charges. The Aam Aadmi Par- ty (AAP), which is con- testing 88 seats out of the total 89, tops this list among major political parties in the fray with 36 per cent of its candi- dates having criminal cases. Thirty per cent of its candidates are facing serious cases such as murder, rape, assault, kidnapping, among others, the ADR said in its report. The number of candidates having criminal cases fielded by the AAP is 32. The Arvind Kejriwal- led party is followed by the Congress, which has fielded 35 per cent of its candidates with criminal cases. Twenty per cent of such candi- dates are facing serious cases. The grand old party is contesting all 89 seats in the first phase and the number of candidates with criminal cases fielded by it is 31, the ADR re- port further said. The ruling BJP, which is also contesting all seats in the first phase of the election, has fielded 14 candi- dates with criminal re- cords. Percentagewise, such candidates ac- count for 16 per cent of its total number and 12 per cent are facing seri- ous charges, the ADR said in its report. The Bharatiya Tribal Party , which is contest- ing14seatsinfirstphase, has four candidates (29 per cent) with declared criminal cases. A total seven per cent of its can- didates have serious criminal cases this time. INDIA JAIPUR | FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 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 BATTLEGROUND GUJARAT ‘21% CANDIDATES IN PHASE 1 FACING CRIMINAL CASES’ PM Narendra Modi at a rally, in Dehgam town of Gandhinagar district, on Thursday. —PHOTO BY PTI Rahul Gandhi with his sister Priyanka Gandhi Vadra, her husband Robert Vadra and other leaders during the Bharat Jodo Yatra in Khandwa, Madhya Pradesh, on Thursday. —PHOTO BY PTI PM Modi being presented a Lord Ganesha idol at a rally, in Dehgam, on Thursday. —PHOTO BY PTI Amit Shah being felicitated by Assam CM Himanta Biswa Sarma as Union Minister Sarbananda Sonowal looks on. —PHOTO BY PTI PM LAUDS GOA GOVT’S INITIATIVE OF PROVIDING JOBS TO STATE’S YOUTH New Delhi: Prime Minister Naren- dra Modi on Thursday lauded the Goa government in its step towards providing jobs to the youth via the distribution of appointment letters to the new recruits and said that several departments of the state including the police will further hire in the upcom- ing months. The PM said that the step will strengthen the Goa Police further enhancing the convenience of the people, especially tourists. A LEADER WHO IS UNBEATEN FOR 32 YEARS IS BJP’S DWARKA CANDIDATE Dwarka (ANI): The Dwarka Assembly constituency’s seat should be considered one of the safest bets for BJP in the upcoming Gujarat assembly elections. The reason is Pabubha Manek, an MLA who has not lost a single election in the last 32 years. BJP has entrusted Manek, to win the seat for the party for the third straight time. Pabubha Manek, who has never lost an election since 1990, won the first three elections as an independent (1990, 95, 98), then joined the Congress and won the seat in 2002. Later, he won the Assembly elections of 2007, 2012 and 2017 on a BJP ticket. Speak- ing to ANI on the sidelines of his campaign, Manek, claiming the support and af- fection of all communities in the constituency, said that he has been “selected and not elected” for this long. AAM AADMI PARTY TOPS THE LIST, FOLLOWED BY CONGRESS AND RULING BJP: ADR REPORT New Delhi (PTI): Tata group-owned Air India has issued new guide- lines on grooming for its male and female cabin crew, including barring them from sporting black and reli- gious thread on the wrist, neck and ankle. Among others, the airline has told the crew that they should not have grey hair and must be regularly coloured in natural shade. “Religious rings with coloured stones and pearls, nose-pins and neck jewellery” along with thumb rings are not allowed. “Black and religious thread on wrist, neck and ankle are strictly not permitted,” as per the guidelines. According to the air- line, a bald look is al- lowed for the crew. “Crew with deep re- ceding hairline and male balding patches must keep a clean shaved head/ bald look. Head must be shaved daily. Crew cut is not permitted,” it added. Further, the airline said that grey hair is not permitted and must be regularly coloured in a natural shade. “Fash- ion colours and heena are not permitted”. A query sent to Air Indiaseekingcomments on the new guidelines remained unanswered. Soon after taking over AirIndiainJanuarythis year, Tata group advised its cabin crew to wear minimum jewellery to avoid flight delays. “The cabin crew must adhere to the uni- form regulations with emphasis on minimum jewellery being worn in order to avoid any de- lays at customs and se- curity checks. “The cabin crew should not visit duty- free shops and proceed to the boarding gate soon after completing immigration and secu- rity checks,” Air India had said in a circular in February this year. Religious rings, threads not permitted: Air India NEW GUIDELINES FOR CABIN CREW —REPRESENTATIONAL PHOTO K’TAKA MAN KILLS PREGNANT WIFE, BURIES HER BODY AKHILESH HINTS AT CONTESTING 2024 LS POLL FROM KANNAUJ ARMY CARRIES OUT SEARCH OPERATION IN JK’S POONCH RAIDS CONDUCTED ON MARIJUANA FARMS IN KARNATAKA, 2 HELD Davanagere (Agencies): A man in Karnataka’s Davanagere district was ar- rested on Thursday for al- legedly killing his 6-month pregnant wife and burying her body in the jungle – in a pit, he had prepared much earlier, police said. The accused is identified as Mohan Kumar, 25, a resi- dent of Gangondanahalli near Channagiri town near Davanagere. Police have launched a hunt for the parents of Mohan, who are on the run. The deceased woman was identified as 21-year-old Chandrakala aka Rashmi. Kannauj (PTI): Samajwadi Party president Akhilesh Yadav on Thursday indi- cated that he may contest the 2024 parliamentary elections from Kannauj, which had elected him as an MP for the first time. “It is our job to contest... what will I do sitting idle? I will contest from where I had contested the first election,” he told report- ers here when asked if he will contest from Kannauj in 2024. The former Uttar Pradesh chief minister, however, said the party would take a decision at the right time. He was here to attend a function. Jammu (PTI): The Army on Thursday carried out a cordon-and-search opera- tion in the border belt of Jammu and Kashmir’s Poonch district, officials said. Based on informa- tion about the movement of suspected terrorists, the Army cordoned off Bhata forest in the Mendhar border belt and carried out a search operation, they said. The security forces also resorted to ‘speculative fire’ to clear the area, they added. The search opera- tion was going on at the time of filing this report. Yadgir (Agencies): The Excise teams on Thursday conducted raids on agri- cultural farms cultivating marijuana in Yadgir district. The raids were conducted in four locations — three in Ullesugur village and one in Evoor village in Surapura taluq of Yadgir — and two persons have been taken into custody in this connection. The authorities have also seized three kg of dry marijuana and another three kg of fresh marijua- na. The investigations have revealed that the accused used to prepare marijuana and stored and sold it to potential customers. CRUCIAL READ FIRING: MOBILE INTERNET TO REMAIN SUSPENDED IN MEGHALAYA TILL SATURDAY Shillong (Agencies): The suspension of mobile Internet and data services that was ordered on Tuesday after firing by the Assam Police that left five civilians of Meghalaya and an Assam forest guard dead in West Jaintia Hills district, has been extended in 7 districts of Megha- laya till Saturday morning, officials said on Thursday. Meghalaya Home Secretary CVD Diengdoh, in a notification said that firing incident at Mukroh village in West Jaintia Hills district has a potential to disturb public peace and tranquility, and cause a threat to public safety in the seven districts. New Delhi (ANI): Be- fore accepting Aadhaar either in physical or electronic form as the proof of identity of an individual, entities should verify if it is gen- uine, UIDAI has said. The Unique Identifi- cation Authority of In- dia (UIDAI) said the verification of Aadhaar number, following the consent of the Aadhaar holder, is the right step to establish the genu- ineness of any form of Aadhaar (Aadhaar let- ter, e-Aadhaar, Aadhaar PVC card, and m-Aad- haar) presented by the individual concerned. The Union ministry of Electronics and IT said verification of Aadhaar prohibits 'unscrupu- lous elements and anti- social elements' from indulging in any possi- ble misuse of the iden- tification document. New Delhi (PTI): Un- ion Home Minister Amit Shah on Thursday said the BJP is commit- ted to bring Uniform Civil Code (UCC) in the country but only after following all democrat- ic processes and discus- sions on it. Addressing an event here, he also exuded confidence in BJP's vic- tory in the Himachal Pradesh and Gujarat assembly elections as also in the MCD (Mu- nicipal Corporation of Delhi) polls. The home minister credited Prime Minis- ter Naredra Modi for making the country's politics free from the naasur (canker) of casteism, dynasty and appeasement. Talking about the UCC, Shah said it has been a promise of BJP since its days of Bhar- tiya Jan Sangh. CongsettoattackModigovt atAmbedkar’sbirthplace WillbringUCCthrough all democraticprocess,saysShah PM MODI SHOULD SPEAK ABOUT BJP’S ‘MISRULE’ IN GUJ: CONG PREZ KHARGE WILL ENSURE STRICTEST PUNISHMENT FOR SHRADDHA’S KILLER: AMIT SHAH SHRADDHA MURDER CASE IS NOT ABOUT “LOVE JIHAD”, SAYS AIMIM CHIEF OWAISI New Delhi: Congress president Mallikarjun Kharge on Thursday hit back at PM Narendra Modi over his attack on the party during the campaign in Gujarat, saying that instead of cursing the Congress, he should speak about the BJP’s “misrule” in the state. Modi on Wednesday had sought to corner the Congress for not supporting a tribal woman, Droupadi Murmu, in presidential poll. Hitting back, Kharge said in a tweet in Hindi, “Narendra Modi ji, instead of cursing the Congress, speak on the misrule of the BJP!” New Delhi: Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Thursday said the Delhi Police and prosecution will ensure Shraddha Walkar’s killer will get the strictest punishment. “Delhi Police, prosecution will ensure whoever killed Shraddha Walkar will get strictest punishment in least time,” Amit Shah said at an event. Aaftab Amin Poonawala, Shraddha’s live-in partner, is accused of killing her and chopping her into 35 pieces before disposing them off in Delhi’s Mehrauli forest in May. New Delhi: Citing the bone-chilling Shraddha Walkar murder case, AIMIM chief Asaduddin Owaisi on Thursday called out the BJP for giving the issue a “religious angle” and said that the incident is not about “love jihad.” Owaisi said that BJP politics over this is completely wrong. “BJP politics over this is completely wrong. It’s not an issue of love jihad but of exploitation and abuse against a woman and that is how it should be viewed and condemned,” Owaisi said. CONG CONDEMNS PM MODI OVER APPOINTMENTS “SCINDIA MAY HAVE INDICATD AT GHAR WAPSI” HM TO ATTEND BIRTH ANNIV OF BARPHUKAN NADDA ALSO PAYS TRIBUTES New Delhi: The Op- position party Congress alleged on Thursday that almost all appoint- ments made by Prime Minister Narendra Modi and decisions taken by him were done by “tearing” convention and the Constitution without consultation. The remark comes on a day the Supreme Court observed that the appointment of a new election commis- sioner was effected in a “tearing hurry”. Shimla: Union Minister Jyotiraditya Scindia’s “welcome” remark for the Bharat Jodo Yatra in Madhya Pradesh could be an indication of “homecoming”, an AICC spokesperson said. The yatra entered Bodarli vil- lage in MP’s Burhanpur district from Maharash- tra on Wednesday morn- ing. BJP leader Scindia had said, “Everyone is welcome in Madhya Pradesh”, referring to the march on November 23. New Delhi: Union HM Amit Shah will attend the 400th birth anniversary celebration of Ahom General Lachit Barphukan in here on Friday. The three-day- long event, organized by the Assam govt, began in the national capital on Wednes- day. On the first day, Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman inaugurated the exhibi- tion, being organized as a part of the event. New Delhi: BJP chief JP Nadda on Thursday tweeted: “Veer Lachit Borphukan was a Gener- al of Ahom Army whose unparalleled heroism and bravery is an inspiration not only to Assam but to whole India.” BHARAT JODO YATRA PM Modi to address Lachit Barphukan’s birth anniv today New Delhi (ANI): PM Narendra Modi will ad- dress the closing cere- mony of the year-long celebrations of the 400th birth anniversary of Lachit Barphukan on Friday morning at Vigyan Bhawan here. It has been PM’s con- stant endeavour to hon- our unsung heroes in a befitting manner. In line with this, country is cel- ebrating 2022 as 400th birth anniversary year of Lachit Barphukan. The celebrations were inaugurated in Febru- ary this year by former President Ram Nath Ko- vind in Guwahati. Bar- phukan (1622-1672) was the General of Ahom Kingdom of Assam who defeated the Mughals and successfully halted ever-expanding ambi- tions of the Mughals under Aurangzeb. Verify Aadhaar before accepting it as proof of identity: UIDAI Among others, the airline has told the crew that they should not have grey hair and must be regularly coloured in natural shade
  8. 8. NEWS JAIPUR | FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 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 Message of Lord Mahavir relevant even today: Gehlot Manoj Jain Tripti Gautam Karauli: Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot said on Thursday that the teach- ings of Lord Mahavir are relevant even today . “Where there is an at- mosphere of peace and non-violence,thereisthe abode of God. Intellectu- als from all over the world respect the an- cient culture of India, the root cause of which istheinherentpeaceand non-violence in it,” the CM was addressing the Panchkalyanak Festival and Mahamastakab- hisheka ceremony at Mahavirji in Karauli on Thursday . Hesaidthatitisamat- ter of good fortune to get the opportunity to start thePanchkalyanakfesti- val by hoisting the flag. “Beinginfluencedbythe teachings of Lord Ma- havir, Mahatma Gandhi imbibed the ideas of truth and non-violence. The freedom movement in the country was in- spired by these thoughts only . The state govt is working on priority for the development of pil- grimage site Mahavirji. In Shri Mahavirji, basic facilities have been de- veloped rapidly with ex- cellent management in education, medicine, sanitation and other ar- eas since last years,” he said. Appreciating the museumbuiltinthetem- ple premises, he said that beautiful idols have been installed in this museum built in a spe- cial style. On this occa- sion, CM congratulated on installation of 24-feet statue of Lord Mahavir. After hoisting the flag of Mahamastakab- hisheka and Panchkaly- anak festival, the Chief Minister conducted dar- shan of Lord Shri Ma- havirji and prayed for the prosperity of the state. On this occasion, he also released the sou- venir of Panchkalyanak and Mahamastakab- hisheka programme. CM Gehlot said that the message of social harmony is going across the state through the Panchkaly- anak festival. Organisers of Panchkalyanak Festival and Mahamastakabhisheka felicitating CM Ashok Gehlot in Karauli on Thursday. CM Ashok Gehlot hoisting the flag to start the Panchkalyanak Festival at Mahavirji in Karauli. CHIEF MINISTER’S VISIT TO KARAULI CM APPROVES PANORAMA OF AMARA JI BHAGAT Jaipur : On Thursday, CM Gehlot sanctioned Rs 4 crore for the con- struction of panorama of folk deity Amara Ji Bhagat in Daulatpura village of Bhadesar tehsil of Chittorgarh. It will showcase the social work done by Amara ji Bhagat through various mediums. There will be many works includ- ing main panorama building, auditorium, hall, library, entrance, umbrellas, sculptures, audio-video system, inscriptions along with various art works. District Collector Chit- torgarh has allotted 1.20 hectare of land for this panorama. It is noteworthy that the CM has approved this for the sentiments of the Gadari community. DIGEST news news JKP GETS SKOCH GOLD AWARD FOR E-GOVERNANCE Jaipur : The Jan Kalyan (Public Welfare) portal has been awarded the Skoch Gold award for the year 2022. The Jankalyan portal, a project of the DoITC, was selected for the Skoch Gold Award in the e-Governance category. In-Charge of the Jan Kalyan Portal, Rajesh Saini, informed that the Jan Kalyan Portal has played an important role in making public access to government information in a very easy manner. “Getting the Skoch Gold Award is a proud moment for the department and the team. This achievement is the result of collective efforts and hard work of the Jan Kalyan team,” said Rajesh Saini. NO RELIEF FROM SC TO VIDHYDHAR KA BAGH RESTAURANT Jaipur : Former licensee Anokhi Builders Com- pany, which has been operating the restaurant in Neela Mahal Complex Vidyadhar Ka Bagh in Ghat ki Guni since 2016 did not get any relief from the court. MM Sandhya Poonia has rejected the second claim presented by the company. The contrac- tor Vikram Sukhani had filed a claim against the Director of Archeology and Museum Department Mahendra Singh Khadga- wat. Opposing this, the department told the court that the contract was given to the applicant on October 17, 2016 for 5 years. Due to Corona, additional time of five months was given. Municipal commissioner caught red handed with bribe of `1 Lakh Mukesh Mathrani Barmer: A special team fromtheanticorruption bureau on Thursday caught the municipal commissioner red hand- ed while accepting a bribe of rupees one lakh. ACB also had ar- restedonemiddlemanin the case. However, ACB could not catch one an- other accused eloped from the spot with bribe money . Officialsaidthat they have launched the hunt for the accused. Accused was identi- fied as Jodharam Bish- noi, posted as commis- sioner at Municipal council Balotra in Bar- mer. Official said that a complaint approached the ACB alleging the Bishnoi had demanded rupees one lakh from him for releasing the leasedeedof hisagricul- tural land and commer- cial registration certifi- cate. After the verifica- tion , a trap was laid in which the municipal commisioner was caught him red handed while accepting the bribe from the middle- man. ACB also arrested the middleman Prakash Bishnoi. Official said that one sweeping staff of themunicipalcouncil wasalsopresentedthere butelopedwiththebribe money . Later, ACB offi- cials also launched a search at the accused residence and other lo- cations. Jodharam Bishnoi was also in news over issuance of illegal land strip docs in Barmer Jodharam Bishnoi Prakash Bishnoi Gurjars to protest Bharat Jodo Yatra in Rajasthan Gul Mohammad Kota: The Gurjar Aarakshan Sang- harsh Samiti has de- cided to protest the Bharat Jodo Yatra in Rajasthan. While speaking to report- ers in Kota, Gurjar Aarakshan Sang- harsh Samiti leader Vijay Bainsla said that the state govern- ment has not yet been able to imple- ment the agreement made with Gurjar ArakshanSangharsh Samiti four years ago. “If our demand is accepted before Rahul Gandhi’s scheduled visit to Ra- jasthan, we will wel- come Rahul Gandhi with open hands. However, if the agreement made with the Gurjar Aarakshan Sang- harsh Samiti is not implemented before the yatra begins in Rajasthan, then we will protest against the yatra in Ra- jasthan,” said Vijay Bainsla. The Sang- harsh Samiti, how- ever, did not disclose the time and place of their protest. Vijay Bainsla in Kota. ARYA PRATINIDHI SABHA EXPELS SIKAR MP SUMEDHNAND Sikar : The membership of Arya Pratinidhi Sabha of BJP’s Sikar Lok Sabha MP Swami Sumedhanand Saraswati has been elimi- nated. Besides this, the Arya Pratinidhi Sabha Rajasthan Sanstha Jaipur has also expelled him. Swami Sumedhanand Saraswati has been accused of proving selfishness and denting the stature of the Gurukuls and Ashrams of Arya Samaj for many years. Jaipur (PTI): Winter has gripped parts of Rajasthan where Fatehpur recorded the minimum temperature of 2.4 degrees Celsius, officials said. According to the Me- teorological Depart- ment, the minimum temperature in Churu was 4.1 degrees, 5.5 de- grees in Sikar, 6.5 de- grees in Karauli and Sangaria,7.2degreesin Nagaur, 7.8 degrees in Bhilwara, 8.5 degrees in Pilani and Chittor- garh and 9.9 degrees Celsius in Ajmer. In Jaipur, the maxi- mum minimum tem- perature was recorded at 27.0 degree and 11.2 degree Celsius respec- tively in last 24 hrs. WINTER GRIPS RAJASTHAN, FATEHPUR COLDEST AT 2.4 °C Shekhawati continue to record coldest temperature even on Thursday morning.A Spider’s web got frozen on a field’s net. Peanut sellers seen in action. —PHOTOS BY RAKESH GURJAR
  9. 9. Focus on your lifework and also learn to have a great time along the way. —Dr Jagdeesh Chandra, CEO Editor-in-Chief, First India JAIPUR | FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 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 Abhishek Shrivastava Jaipur: Autonomous Government Minister Shanti Dhariwal on Thursday inaugurated the newly constructed Govind Bhawan rest house near Nehru Ba- lodyan on Tonk Road. It is equipped with modern facilities. The rest house was con- structed by the Ra- jasthan Autonomous Organisation. Chief guest Dhari- wal said that the work taken up by the autono- mous governance insti- tution continues even today. “It is a matter of great happiness. The organisation has de- manded land to open an academy in Jaipur on the lines of Nagpur Fire Academy. The gov- ernment will extend full cooperation in this,” he said. Dhariwal said that the present govern- ment has done many things in the field of autonomous govern- ance. Enumerating the achievements of the state government, he said that due to the In- dira Rasoi Yojana, the poor could be fed dur- ing the pandemic. “Ra- jasthan is the first state in the country to start an employment guar- antee scheme in cities on the lines of MGN- REGA. Under the Indi- ra Urban Credit Scheme, hawkers are getting a loan of Rs 50,000,” he said. Dhariwal inaugurates Govind Bhawan rest house AUTONOMOUS GOVERNANCE GEHLOTCABINETREMOVESOBC RESERVATION ANAMOLIES Gives horizontal reservation to ex-servicemen; approves Rajasthan Homeless Upliftment and Rehabilitation Policy-2022 in the Gehlot-led Cabinet meeting First India Bureau Jaipur: The State Cabi- net meeting was held at the Chief Minister’s residence on Thursday underthechairmanship of Chief MinisterAshok Gehlot.Inthis,manyim- portant decisions have been taken including giving more opportuni- ties for promotion to the state personnel, promot- ing tourism of Ra- jasthan, amendment in Rajasthan Civil Servic- es (Absorption of Ex- Servicemen) Rules, while also giving ap- proval on the proposal of Rajasthan Homeless Upliftment and Reha- bilitation Policy . After the cabinet meeting, ministers Dr Mahesh Joshi, Mamata Bhupesh and Govind Meghwal conducted a press briefing and in- formed that the cabinet has approved the Ra- jasthan Rural Tourism Scheme-2022. With this, employment will be cre- ated in the villages and rural handicrafts will be protected by the estab- lishment of tourism units such as rural guest houses, agricultural tourism units, camping sites,caravanparkstobe established in rural are- as. At the same time, do- mestic and foreign tour- ists will be able to get acquainted with the ru- ralcultureof Rajasthan. The‘RajasthanHome- less Upliftment and Re- habilitation Policy-2022’ was also approved in the cabinet meeting. The cabinet has taken a ma- jor decision to amend the Rajasthan Civil Ser- vices (Absorption of Ex- Servicemen)Rules,1988. Withthis,ex-servicemen will get horizontal cate- gory-wisereservationin staterecruitments.With this amendment, SC/ST ex-servicemen will also get proportionate repre- sentation in direct re- cruitment as a whole. Alongwiththis,duerep- resentation of general candidates (besides ex- servicemen) belonging to backward classes will also be ensured in the posts reserved for back- ward classes. After the decision on OBCreservation,Harish Chowdhary’s residence immersed in celebra- tion. Fireworks and slo- gans of Harish Chowd- hary Zindabad were raisedbyhissupporters. The Cabinet has also approved amendments in the State Forensic Sci- ence Service Rules, 1979 and the State Forensic Science Subordinate Service Rules, 1980. The Ra- jasthan Civil Services (Special Selection for Appointment of Personnel in English Medium Schools and Special Conditions of Service) Rules-2022 was also approved by the Cabinet. Another proposal that got the nod from the Cab- inet was allotment of 57.01 bigha land for setting up a Mini Food Park at Bikaner district headquarters. OTHER APPROVALS IN THE STATE CABINET MEETING BJP had conspired to topple Rajasthan Government: CM Sandeep Goel Gangapur City: Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot, who reached Gangapur CityinSawaiMadhopur district on Thursday, lashed out at the BJP . In the general meeting, Ge- hlot said that the BJP had hatched a conspira- cy to topple the Ra- jasthan Government. “But, the BJP could not succeed in its plans. BJP is killing democra- cy. Someone wins the election, but someone else rules after the elec- tion,’ he said. Giving examples of Madhya Pradesh, Kar- nataka, Maharashtra, he said that MLAs were bought by paying crores of rupees. “Such an attempt was made in Rajasthan also, but with the bless- ings of the public, it could not succeed here. At that time Gangapur City MLA Ramkesh Meena supported the government. He could not get ticket from Congress in the year 2018. I am sorry for this, but you made him win and after winning, he helped save the gov- ernment,” Gehlot said. Earlier, the Chief Minister performed Bhoomi Pujan of the construction work of the new building of the district hospital to be constructed at a cost of Rs 38.50 crore in Gan- gapur City. In his ad- dress, while enumerat- ing the schemes of the government, he said that the scheme which we have brought is not available in any other state of the country. “Our intention has been to benefit the poor, farmers and women. Last time a separate budget was brought for the farmers,” he said. Ministers Mahesh Joshi, Mamta Bhupesh, Govind Ram Meghwal during a press conference in Jaipur on Thursday. Shanti Dhariwal addresses the people during the inauguration of Govind Bhawan rest house. Speaker Birla interacts with locals on last day of his Kota-Bundi tour SC COLLEGIUM... If permission is granted from the Centre, the Ra- jasthan High Court will get nine high court Judges, in- cluding a Chief Justice. There are six rec- ommendations for district and ses- sions judge. These include Alwar Dis- trict and Sessions Judge Yogendra Ku- mar Purohit, Dis- trict and Sessions Judge Jaipur Met- ropolitan First Ashutosh Kumar, Ashok Kumar Jain posted in National Legal Services Au- thority, Director Law Jaipur Devel- opment Authority Jaipur Bhuvan Go- yal, Principal Gov- ernment Secretary Law Praveer Bhat- nagar and District and Sessions Judge Kota Rajendra Pras- ad Soni. First India Bureau Kota: Lok Sabha Speak- er Om Birla on Thurs- day interacted with so- cial workers and promi- nent people of Talera, Suwansa and Khatkar area of Bundi district. Duringhisfinaldaytour of his Kota-Bundi Lok Sabha Constituency, Speaker Om Birla inter- acted with people and heard their problems. “Social workers should work by being more dedicated and sen- sitive towards their so- cial concerns. It is our moral obligation to work for the betterment of all in public life. We should dedicate our- selves to bring a change in the society with a hu- manitarian approach,” said Om Birla. “We can only benefit the needy people when we ourselves are aware of the rules and proce- dures of the scheme. Whenever the workers take up any work of the common man, first of all gather information about its rules and pro- cedures. This will make it easier for them to get the work done,” added Om Birla. The programme was also addressed by BJP’s district presi- dent Chhitar Lal Rana and Taleda Pradhan Rajesh Raipuria. STATE CONGRESS INFIGHTING REVIVES No one will accept Pilot, says CM Ashok Gehlot From Pg 1... On the question of be- ing the CM, Gehlot said, “Today I am the only one here. Leave the signal of the High Command, I do not have any indication. I am with the high com- mand. No one will ac- cept Pilot. The high command will do jus- tice to Rajasthan. I have told my feeling to Ajay Maken and the high command. It is necessary for the gov- ernment to be formed in Rajasthan. I have been CM thrice. It is not necessary for me to be CM. Get a survey done that if the gov- ernment can be formed with me as Chief Min- ister, then keep me. If the government can come by someone else, then keep them.” When being asked about any quarrel with Sachin Pilot, Gehlot said, “When Congress won 20 MPs from Ra- jasthan in the Lok Sab- ha elections in 2009, I was called to Delhi. Whentheworkingcom- mittee meeting was held, I was asked about making a minister fromRajasthan.Sachin Pilot is aware, I had rec- ommended making Pi- lot a minister at the Centre. At that time 70 Gurjars were killed in Vasundhara Raje’s gov- ernment, where there was a fight between Gurjar-Meenas. Later I got a call from Sachin Pilot to recommend him, whereas I had al- ready recommended. A man who has love in his heart, only then will he recommend the young man.” The chief minister further added, “I have no tensions. There are slight differences eve- rywhere. There was no mutiny on 25 Septem- ber. There was a rebel- lion in 2019, we stayed in hotels for 34 days. On September 25, 90 people gathered, these were the people who helped save the gov- ernment, otherwise the government could not have survived. No CM can save the gov- ernment without the high command.” Gehlot said that there is no Chief Min- ister of the Congress who would take the support of the MLAs without the high com- mand. How can our MLAs accept the per- son who betrayed the party? “It was spread that Sachin Pilot is be- ing made the CM. Pilot himself behaved as if he was going to become the CM. He called many MLAs that ob- servers are coming, and told them what they had to tell the ob- servers. In this situa- tion the MLA got con- fused that Pilot was taking oath on the sec- ond day of the Legisla- ture Party meeting. That’s why 90 MLAs had gathered. They are all loyal and are with the high command. The rebel MLAs had gone with Pilot in Manesar. The pro-Pilot MLAs were stopped in the re- sort where the Madhya Pradesh MLAs were ac- commodated. We could not expect the then party president to join forces with the opposi- tion to topple his own party’s government. There is panic, frustration in Cong: Poonia PILOT TERMS GEHLOT ALLEGATIONS ‘BASELESS’, SAYS PARTY NEEDS TO STAND TOGETHER First India Bureau Jaipur: Taking a Jibe at Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot over his “Gaddar” remark against Sachin Pilot, BJP State president Satish Poonia said that if Gehlot sees his chair unstable, he starts releasing some kind of film in every four-six months. Pooniasaidthat it seems from his statements that there is panic, frustration and some apprehen- sion. “The Con- gress high command will decide who is the traitor.Ourpainandsuf- feringisaboutthepeople of Rajasthan. One day the people will definitely give an answertotheCon- gress,” he said. On the state- ment of giving Rs 10-10 crore ru- pees from the BJP of- fice, Poonia said, “Even I can say that the Con- gress must have done unethical things to save its chair. It has re- sorted to statements which do not have po- litical power.” “We are not far away . 80peoplehaveresigned. If the resignation is ac- cepted by the speaker, then the government is gone,” he added. New Delhi (ANI): Con- gress leader Sachin Pilot on Wednesday called out Rajasthan CM Ashok Gehlot for his derogatory remarks and said that the allegations made by the Rajashtan CM were “baseless”. “Ashok Gehlot is a senior and expe- rienced leader, I don’t know who is advising him to level false, baseless allegations against me. Today it is required to strengthen the party,” said Congress leader Sachin Pilot while talking to ANI. Pilot said that BJP was badly defeated in Rajasthan when he was the state party chief. “Still, the Congress president gave him another chance to become CM. Today the priority should be on how we can again win the Rajasthan election,” he said. “Rahul Gandhi is on Bharat Jodo Yatra and we all need to jointly make the yatra successful,” he add- ed. Reacting to the similar incident, senior Congress leader Jairam Ramesh has also condemned CM Ge- hlot’s remark and said that the differences should be resolved in a manner that strengthens the Congress. Sachin Pilot reached Madhya Pradesh on Thursday and joined the yatra with Rahul Gandhi. Priyanka Gandhi was also seen with him. All pending issues in Rajasthan will be resolved soon after the Bharat Jodo Yatra, the former Deputy CM said. Speaker Om Birla during public interaction in Bundi. GUDHA ATTACKS CM OVER CALLING PILOT ‘TRAITOR’ Jaipur: Minister of State Rajendra Singh Gudha while reacting on the state- ment of Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot, wherein the CM termed Congress leader Sachin Pilot as ‘traitor’, on Thursday said that the CM may make a statement, but if the high command calls a CLP meet- ing and if 80 per cent MLAs does not support Sachin Pilot, then we will give up our claim to the post of CM. Meanwhile, MLA Sanyam Lodha said, “101 MLAs will stand with Ashok Gehlot if a majority vote is conducted.” Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot along with Namo Narayan Meena, Parsadi Lal Meena, Danish Abrar, Indira Meena Lays foundation stone of District Hospital in Gangapur City on Thursday. Although Ramkesh Meena wasn’t given the ticket from Congress, the voters made him win and Meena saved the Govt during crisis, says CM FROM PG 1 Justice T Raja
  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, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 2022 fter the successful sea- son 12 of First India presents Fashion Con- nect and designers em- bracing old-school glamour in India, seems like the fashion police made the next stop in London in order to bombard our social media with the latest tea on what’s popping in the domain of style. Yes, you guessed it right, you’re about to have inside access to some of the ‘can’t miss’ moments at the First India Fashion Connect Season 13, in association with India Fashion Week London, held at Novotel London Ham- mersmith, London on Novem- ber 20. With the whole aura beam- ing in style, the front rows oc- cupied by starlets and trends strutting down the runways, it’s almost as if we stepped afoot into the galaxy of glam, rotating in style. Farah Ansari from Sewa, Ayesha and Radhika from Cit- rine and Shalani Narukaa par- ticipated in the grand event and showcased their ravishing designer collections. The audi- ence was thrilled by a spectacu- lar singing performance by First Kiss fame, Ipsitaa. Celeb- rity Designer Samant Chauhan shed magic and concluded the whole show. During the occasion, the grand launch of the cover page of the book ‘Unheard’ by Bha- vini Bhargava was done by ace designer Samant Chauhan, Ipsitaa and many other digni- taries. If the top models with their catwalks aren’t enough for you to drool over the First India Fashion Connect Season 13, well then the designers and their unconventional approach sure should do the deed. Speak- ing of which, just like every fashion week, the one in Lon- don was nothing short of an uber stylish series with jaw- dropping collections walking down the ramp every single second. Rishee and Lokesh while paying gratitude to every- one said, “This wouldn’t have been possible without Jagdeesh Chandra, though he could not make it for this season to London, his guid- ance and perception have given it the boost to make Fashion Connect Season 13 at London, one of the best! Today, Fashion Connect rules the Fashion and glam- our world as the best single- day fashion event and it is only due to the vision of Jagdeesh Chandra. The fas- cinating history behind Lon- don’s fashion industry has helped to shape the city into what it is today, and contrib- uted to its remarkable repu- tation as a central hub for innovative style. And with this Fashion Connect, we wish to take this around the globe.” FASHION CONNECT SEASON 13 FIRST INDIA TAKES LONDON BY STORM The Fashion Connect set the bar high with the completion of its very successful previous seasons. With the huge response and netizens going gaga over the exemplary lineup and digital readiness, First India took Fashion Connect Season 13, to London and in association with India Fashion Week London the glamorous show was held at Novotel London Hammersmith on November 20! MITALI DUSAD mitalidusad01@gmail.com A My congratula- tions to First In- dia and Fashion Connect teams for the huge success of Fashion Connect Season 13 in London. We are committed to showcase the Indian designers and promote our rich culture and tradition across the world and will continue to do so in the seasons to come!” —DR JAGDEESH CHANDRA, CEO Editor-in-Chief, First India afoot into the galaxy of glam, Farah Ansari from Sewa, ticipated in the grand event and showcased their ravishing lar singing performance by rity Designer Samant Chauhan shed magic and concluded the During the occasion, the grand launch of the cover page vini Bhargava was done by ace Designer Farah Ansari with the ravishing models Lokesh Sharma
  11. 11. SANYA KALSI, Influencer FACE OF THE DAY! Aries MARCH 21 - APRIL 20 Spend time talking with likeminded people as it will make you feel good for now. Boisterous behaviour is what everyone needs right now, do whatever you can do to cheer everyone up. You will feel financially comfortable and infant you are in position to invest money in some new venture. Gemini MAY 21 - JUNE 21 You need a break from day to tensions and the way to cope up with stress is to meditate. You must create an environment of understanding at home. You will succeed in any sort of examination if you put your heart and soul to it. Promotion can be expected even if other are not. Leo JULY 24 - AUGUST 23 You care about you lover but somehow hesitate in expressing that care. Don’t make friends for money and status rather make friends who will stick with you forever. On social front, you may have to spend some extra money in buying gifts for someone for some specific occasion. Libra SEPTEMBER 24 - OCTOBER 22 You are a pro in your field and none can beat you. You give tough competition to people. Many people get inspired by you. You will get special treatment from your dear ones. Take stand where you need to, don’t run in the same direction where everybody else is going. Sagittarius NOVEMBER 23 - DECEMBER 22 You make sure to make things work your way. Never demotivate someone even if someone is not capable of doing something. You are most wanted by your friends. You can have romantic affair in office and a serious one. You will invest money in clothes and accessories today. Aquarius JANUARY 21 - FEBRUARY 19 Scrumptious food is what you are craving for today. You always maintain cordial relationship with everyone. You workout daily to keep yourself fit. You may start a side business to earn extra money. You are not a jealous kind and you feel happy for others. Taurus APRIL 21 - MAY 20 You are very generous by nature and also you are the backbone of your family. You may postpone your study plans. You are very fortunate to have a great friend circle. Be careful of the words that come out of your mouth. Your lover may finally say yes to get married to you. Cancer JUNE 22 - JULY 23 Your spouse may make you spend more than you expected. Fantastic day for investing money in stock market as you can make fortune. You need help on academic front and you should not shy away from asking. You miss your parents a lot and somewhere fear to loose them. Virgo AUGUST 24 - SEPTEMBER 23 You love to live close to your family. Best day to buy gold and silver or any precious metal for investment sake. You are a child at heart and never let this child die. You have a big heart and you always help someone if you can. Video gathering is possible as you miss your social circle like anything. Scorpio OCTOBER 23 - NOVEMBER 22 You will succeed and move ahead in your professional life, as the year begins. Be careful, though, as your daily routine may be affected adversely. Your boss may be the reason for your annoyance. Pressure tactics can infuriate you. Probably, by 5th or 6th, you may think of taking up a new job. Capricorn DECEMBER 23 - JANUARY 20 Your spouse is someone who can do anything for your happiness. You are opportunist and this will make you successful one day. There may be delays in property possession and it won’t effect you. You are happy spending whole day at home. Help your mothers at home today. Pisces FEBRUARY 20 - MARCH 20 You will feel amorous towards your wife. This is the best time try something new with life give yourself a new purpose. Work on your limitations, there can be no better time than this. You have more opposite sex friends than the same and you may be judged sometimes but don’t care. YOUR DAY Horoscopeby SaurabbhSachdeva Whatsapp Subscription Subscribe “First India” Daily E-News Paper For Free On Whatsapp To Receive the Most Exclusive News from the Power Corridors of Rajasthan Delhi. 10 ETC JAIPUR | FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 2022 www.firstindia.co.in I https://firstindia.co.in/epapers/jaipur I twitter.com/thefirstindia I facebook.com/thefirstindia I instagram.com/thefirstindia ore people are becom- ing increas- ingly health c o n s c i o u s and choos- ing healthy food options. Millets are far more nutrient dense than wheat and rice. They are tasty and easily available. Since they are highly under-con- sumed, we should make efforts to incorporate them into our daily menus in the form of rotis, bread or other food preparations. Millets like sorghum (jowar), pearl millet (bajra), or barley have always been stereo- typed as grains for the underprivi- leged. They are a s s o c i a t e d with either seed given to birds or thick rotis to eat for a rural event or a dish to be had occasionally. Fortunately, millets are gradually ac- quiring impor- tance. People are more and more becoming aware of the nutritional benefits of millet. Plus, seeing them on the racks of health stores has mo- tivated many a per- son to consume mil- let more frequently. If we were to draw a bar graph compar- ing the nutrient con- tent of millets and wheat or rice, the mil- let bar would tower to a much greater extent. For example, the calci- um content in finger millet (ragi) is nearly 350mg for 100g whereas in wheat and rice it is even below 50mg. A few millets are eat- en in the form of grains but most are pounded into flour and then used to make a range of dishes. Although add- ing bran and soy flour to wheat would give it extra fibre and protein it will not increase the content of minerals and B vitamins. Nutri- tionists are now advising their clients to con- sume multi- grain flour rotis and bread or switch to millet because of their high nutrient den- sity. Due to the high fibre content, they also aid in healthy weight loss. For example, in- stead of two wheat chappatis, one can eas- ily do with consuming just one bajra roti or one multi-flour chapa- tti with added bran. Nowadays a range of bread made from mil- lets and premixed flours of jowar, bajra, wheat, Bengal gram flour, and soya are also available. We just need to know their nutrient content to motivate ourselves to consume them on daily basis. NUTRITIONAL SIGNIFICANCE OF MILLETS MAULISHREE JHAWER, BHSc, MSc M Sorce: https://www.medindia.net/patients/lifestyleandwellness/magical-millets-for-your-health.htm
  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 | FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 2022 11 BE FLAWLESS... NOTFLOSSLESS..! FLOSSING DAY IS CELEBRATED ON THE FOURTH FRIDAY IN NOVEMBER, WHICH IS NOVEMBER 25 THIS YEAR. THE HOLIDAY STRESSES THE IMPORTANCE OF FLOSSING YOUR TEETH EVERY DAY FOR EXCELLENT ORAL HEALTH. CAN YOU BELIEVE THAT HORSEHAIR WAS USED AS DENTAL FLOSS BEFORE THE INVENTION OF THE MODERN FLOSS WE USE TODAY? CITY FIRST HIGHLIGHTS THE IMPORTANCE OF FLOSSING AND ORAL HYGIENE! MITALI DUSAD mitalidusad01@gmail.com A re you flossing regu- larly?” is probably a question you get asked every single time you visit the dentist. And that’s because it’s impor- tant! Many people hate the feeling of moving a piece of floss between their teeth, and therefore leave flossing out of their daily teeth cleaning routine. But just brush- ing your teeth often isn’t enough to remove plaque and prevent cav- ities. Helping you maintain a healthy smile by protecting your teeth and gums and protecting you from other diseases, here’s why flossing needs to be a part of your daily routine. WHY ISN’T BRUSHING ENOUGH? The tooth has 5 surfaces, but your toothbrush can only reach 3 of them. The two untouched surfaces are very close to the sides of other teeth, making it easy for food to get trapped in between. When food gets stuck in these gaps, it creates a breeding ground for bacteria to build up, creating plaque. This is where floss comes in handy – as an interdental cleaning tool, it can get into these tight spaces and remove 80% of plaque. PROTECT YOUR GUMS When you neglect flossing, plaque and bacteria can easily build up. If they are not removed properly the bacteria will eventually begin to irritate gum tissue, and this will get worse as bacteria increases. When left untreated, this can eventually cause Gingivitis – a periodontal disease that causes red and puffy gums to bleed easily. HOW TO OBSERVE FLOSSING DAY WHY FLOSSING DAY IS IMPORTANT 5 INTERESTING FACTS ABOUT YOUR TEETH Commit to flossing at least once a day: Flossing is not only essential to your oral health but also your overall health. So by committing to flossing once a day, you’re committing to keeping yourself healthy. Schedule a time — 2 to 3 minutes — every day when you would floss. Visit the dentist: If you haven’t visited the dentist in a long while, here is the perfect time to do that. Book an appointment with a dentist or check your calendar for your closest free day and make that appoint- ment. Remember that your oral health is your overall health. Educate other people about the health ben- efits of flossing: Flossing Day is all about raising awareness of the importance of flossing to people’s oral health. You can con- tribute to that effort by encouraging your family and friends to floss every day . Also, you can use social media to influence people within your network to start flossing. Flossing keeps your teeth healthy: Accord- ing to the American Dental Association (A.D.A.), employing interdental cleaners such as floss help prevent the buildup of plaque in-between the teeth. Without floss- ing, the plaque buildup can lead to gum disease or cavities. Flossing promotes overall body health: Excellent oral health means a healthy body . The mouth is the window to various parts of your body, including the heart, and when it’s not properly taken care of, it caus- es several health complications. Flossing is good for your appearance: In addition to other good oral practices, such as brushing, flossing helps ensure healthy gums, whiter teeth, and a brighter smile. You can keep the confident vibes flowing by flossing away the trapped little bits of food in your mouth that can cause a real stink. It’s true; a comprehensive oral care routine will reward you with fresh breath. Teeth are not bones: Although the hu- man teeth and bones are primarily made up of the same material and con- tain nerves and blood, teeth do not pro- duce bone marrow – unlike bones. They’re the hardest substance in the body: Contrary to popular opinion, tooth enamel is harder than bone, making it the hardest part of the body . Teeth can’t self-repair: Because teeth are coated in enamel, which is not liv- ing tissue, they cannot repair them- selves once damaged. Teeth are unique to each person: Like your tongue print and fingerprint, no one has the same set of teeth as you do. So why hesitate when you can take care of your teeth with just a few care- ful steps. A 200 lbs bite force: The bite force of an adult human is almost comparable to that of a pit bull, which is 235 lbs.

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