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Bharat Dixit
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  1. 1. OUR EDITIONS: JAIPUR, NEW DELHI & MUMBAI www.firstindia.co.in https://firstindia.co.in/epapers/jaipur twitter.com/thefirstindia facebook.com/thefirstindia instagram.com/thefirstindia The horror that started from 26/11 lasted till 29/11, 2008 10 12 166 NOBODY SHOULD GO THROUGH WHAT I HAVE GONE THROUGH: 26/11 SURVIVOR ‘BABY MOSHE’ Jerusalem: Moshe Holtzberg, the Israeli child who was just two years old when he lost his parents in the 2008 Mumbai attack, has called upon the international community to look for ways to counter terror so that “nobody has to go through what he has gone through”. In a recorded message shared by his family to PTI recently, Moshe, now 16, is heard narrating the story of his lucky escape in a daring act by his nanny, Sandra, “who risked her own life to save his”. He also talked about grow- ing up in Israel with his grand- parents who have been raising him. At the end, Moshe makes a solemn appeal that the interna- tional community should take steps so that “nobody should go through what I have gone through”. 2008 2022 ONE HAS TO DIGEST HUMILIATION TO RISE IN LIFE, SAYS CM GEHLOT Dr Rituraj Sharma A day after taking a jibe at former deputy CM Sachin Pilot, Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot, on Friday, said that a person has to drink sips of humiliation to move forward. Gehlot said that both Mahatma Gandhi and Babasaheb Ambedkar also drank humiliation and be- came great. Gehlot’s statements are now be- ing linked to the state- ment made on Thurs- day for former Deputy CM Sachin Pilot. “Teachers are put to various works and they alsoobjecttothis,butthe reason for this is the trust of the government on the teachers and be- cause of them the Rural Olympics got success,” Gehlotsaidandappealed thatteachersshouldhelp the poor with education. In the state-level edu- cational conference of Rajasthan Teachers As- sociation Ambedkar in the open air premises of Rajasthan Universi- ty, CM Gehlot said that those who want to move forward, they should learn to sip insults. More on P8 CM Ashok Gehlot speaking at conference of Rajasthan Teachers Association at RU on Friday. —PHOTO BY MUKESH KIRADOO Teachers are given various works, but it is because the govt trusts them, he said CBI files charge sheet, does not mention Sisodia DELHI EXCISE SCAM CASE New Delhi: The CBI on Friday filed its first chargesheetintheDelhi excise policy scam case against arrested busi- nessmen Vijay Nair and Abhishek Boinpally and five more accused, keep- ing the probe open into theallegedroleof others namedintheFIRinclud- ing Deputy Chief Minis- ter Manish Sisodia. Besides Nair and Boinpally, MD of India Ahead News channel Mootha Gautam, Hy- derabad-based liquor businessman Arun R Pillai, owner of In- dospirit Sameer Mahen- dru and two former of- ficials of the excise de- partmentarealsonamed Interestingly, Delhi minister Manish Siso- dia, named in the CBI FIR, does not figure in this charge sheet. More on P5 “Shahanshah” now an ‘intellectual property’ BJP established permanent peace in Gujarat post-2002: Amit Shah Apex court upholds bail for Anand Teltumbde, dismisses NIA’s plea Need to discuss violence against women by intimate partners: Smriti New Delhi: Union Women and Child De- velopment Minister Smriti Irani said Friday there is a need to dis- cuss violence against women by intimate partners and the fact that there was not much that she could get in terms of help. Irani stressed on the need for discus- sion on violence against women by intimate partners. “Nobody cuts a woman into small pieces in the heat (of the moment). Nobody contin- ues to beat a woman who he claims to love or is in a relationship with in the heat of the mo- ment,” she said. The fact that the abuse was continuous, the fact that the abuse was known to so many people, and the fact that there was not much that she could get in terms of help is an issue which needs to be elabo- rately reflected on by people at large, because violence by intimate partner and violence by members of the family of a women is some- thing that is aggressive- ly reported in the Na- tional Crime Records Bureau, Irani said. New Delhi: The SC on Friday dismissed a plea filedbytheNIAchalleng- ing the bail granted by Bombay High Court to activist Anand Teltumb- de in the Elgar Parishad- Maoist links case. A bench said it will not in- terfere with the Bombay courtordergrantingbail to Teltumbde. “We will not inter- fere. The petition is dis- missed. However, the observations contained in the impugned judge- ment of the high court shall not be treated as conclusive final find- ings at the trial,” the apex court noted. During the hearing, CJI Chandrachud en- quired about the role attributable to Teltumb- de due to which UAPA sections were brought into action against him. “What is the specific role to bring UAPA sec- tions into action? Is Dalit mobilisation pre- paratory act to pro- scribed activity?” CJI Chandrachud asked Ad- ditional Solicitor Gen- eral Aishwarya Bhati. New Delhi: Bollywood legend and veteran Ac- tor Amitabh Bachchan filed a suit in Delhi High Court seeking pro- tection of his personal- ity rights, image, voice or any of his character- istics without his con- sent, following which the court passed an in- terim ex-parte injunc- tion in his favour. Eminent lawyer Har- ish Salve submitted that there is a complete misuse of Amitabh Bachchan’s name, im- age, voice or any of his characteristics without his consent. Justice Navin Chaw- la passed an interim ex- parte injunction in fa- vour of the Amitabh Bachchan. Ahmedabad: Union home minister Amit Shah on Friday said anti-social elements earlier indulged in vio- lence in Gujarat as the Congress supported them, but after the per- petrators were “taught a lesson” in 2002, they stopped such activities and BJP established “permanent peace” in the state. Addressing a rally in Mahudha town, Shah al- leged,“DuringCongress rule in Gujarat, commu- nal riots were rampant. Congress used to incite peopleandstrengthened its vote bank. Gujarat witnessed riots in 2002 because perpetrators became habitual of in- dulging in violence due to Congress support.” Bachchan’s voice, characteristics, can’t be used with- out permission SHRADDHA WALKER MURDER Baby moshe when he was 2 years old, after 26/11 attack 14 years on, Moshe is a teenager being brought up by grandparents “Warriors of Maa Bharti faced oppressors, sacrificed lives” In the end, 9 terror- ists netralised by Indian security forces, Ajmal Kasab captured alive and hanged 4 years later on Novem- ber 21, 2012. LeT Terrorists coordinated shooting and bombing attacks people died, 300 wounded DEAF AND MUTE DALIT WOMAN GANGRAPED IN BARMER DISTRICT Mukesh Mathrani Barmer: A 20-year-old deaf and mute Dalit wom- an was allegedly raped by four to five men in Barmer district, police said on Friday. The incident happened on Thursday evening in area under Dhorimanna police station area when the woman had gone to graze goats, said the complaint filed by the family members. The accused men, who were in a car, stopped the woman, allegedly raped her and fled from the spot leaving the victim in a bloody condition. A case has been registered against unidentified men. P3 PM Narendra Modi being presented a memento by Assam CM Himanta Biswa Sarma during the closing ceremony of 400th birth anniversary of Lachit Barphukan, at Vigyan Bhawan, in New Delhi. NSE NIFTY 18512.80 28.70 BSE SENSEX 62293.64 20.96 New Delhi: Stressing on the need to rewrite India’s history, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Friday that despite country’s rich history of victory and sacrifice, colonial- era history is taught in educational institutes. Speaking at the 400th birth anniversary cel- ebrations of Lachit Barphukan, Prime Minister said that In- dia’s history was dis- torted deliberately. “In every corner of the country, bravehearts of Maa Bharati faced the oppressors and sac- rificed their lives. Is the valour of Lachit Barphukan not impor- tant? Are the sacrifices of thousands of people in Assam against the Mughals not impor- tant?” said Prime Min- ister Modi. He said that there was a need after inde- pendence to fight the agenda of those ruling over us. But that was not done. More on P5 ELGAR PARISHAD CASE —PHOTO BY PTI LEST WE FORGET FORGET JAIPUR JAIPUR l l SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 2022 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 2022 l l Pages 12 Pages 12 l l 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 l l l l RNI NO. RAJENG/2019/77764 RNI NO. RAJENG/2019/77764 RNI NO. RAJENG/2019/77764 RNI NO. RAJENG/2019/77764 l l l l Vol 4 Vol 4 Vol 4 Vol 4 l l l l Issue No. 170 Issue No. 170 Issue No. 170 Issue No. 170
  2. 2. Bharat Dixit Jaipur: Yoga guru Baba Ramdev inaugurated the 68th National Con- vention of Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad held at JE- CRC, Sitapura here on Friday. Newly elected National President Ra- jsharan Shahi and Na- tional General Secre- tary Yagyavalkya Shuk- la welcomed Ramdev. “I have come among you for a resolution. I have hopes and expec- tations. India has be- come of 140 crore. 150 crore will also be reached in a few days. I think very soon population control law will be implemented,” he said. Targeting the Gan- dhi family, Ramdev said that was also num- ber one in studies but when it came to move- ment, they shook the roots of Gandhi family in such a way that they are still roaming around apologizing. “We have many chal- lenges before us. Many disciples of Lenin- Marx-Mao roam around in India. Our blood rela- tion is with Lord Ram, Krishna, Vivekananda, Rishi Munis. This is Sangh idea and India idea. ABVP has a sense of India,” he said. Ramdev asked ABVP members to take a resolution to do Surya Namaskar 10 times and also do Pranay- ama, Anulom-Vilom and Bhastrika. Professor Rajsharan Sahi was elected Na- tional President and Yagyavalkya Shukla as National General Secre- tary in convetion. BJP State President Satish Poonia, RS MP Ghanshyam Tiwari, MP Kirori Lal Meena, MP Sumedhanand, and MLA Kalicharan Saraf were also present. Sahi said India was prosperous both eco- nomically & morally . RAJASTHAN JAIPUR | SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 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 First India Bureau Jaipur: Guv Kalraj Mishra on Friday said a healthy lifestyle and spiritual progress are necessary for mental health. He was address- ing a gathering at Murlipura after inaugu- rating a peace palace of Prajapita Brahma Ku- mari Ishwariya Vish- wavidyalaya. He said the new edu- cation policy (NEP) has been implemented in the country keeping in mind the all round de- velopment of the lives of the students. It also includes the dissemina- tion of those ideal val- ues of Indian culture which lead to develop- ment of a person on a spiritual basis, he said. Brahma Kumaris or- ganisation is also work- ing for a happy future for humanity by spread- ing the message of peace, purity, love and happiness, he said. BK Shilu Didi made the people present in the program practice Raja Yoga meditation. Executive Secretary of Brahma Kumaris San- stha BK Mrityunjay told about activities re- lated to spiritual awak- ening of organisation. ‘Healthy lifestyle must for mental well being’ SPIRITUAL PROGRESS ‘DOSURYANAMASKAR10TIMESADAY’ 68TH NATIONAL CONVENTION OF ABVP Ramdev inaugurated 68th National Convention of ABVP held at JECRC A A A CLEANLINESS IN JPR BEING PRAISED Dalit man beaten, humiliated with shoe garland Sirohi (PTI): A Dalit man was allegedly beaten up and forced to wear a garland made of shoes by three men on Friday in Sirohi dis- trict, police said. The accused thrashed Bharat Kumar Julawa and also recorded a video of the act, Kot- wali Station Officer Rajendra Singh Ra- jpurohit said. They later uploaded the vid- eo online. An FIR has been filed against all three under the Scheduled C a s t e s / S c h e d u l e d Tribes Act, police said. A hunt is on to nab the accused, they added. Baba Ramdev addressing audience during inauguration of National Convention of ABVP at JECRC. Audience listening to Ramdev’s address at JECRC on Friday. —PHOTO BY MUKESH KIRADOO Guv Kalraj Mishra addressing a gathering at Murlipura after inaugurating a peace palace of Prajapita Brahma Kumari Ishwariya Vishwavidyalaya. INAUGURATION OF CONSTITUTION PARK BY GUV Bharatpur: Rajesh Kumar Dhakre, VC of Maharaja Surajmal Brij University, stated that Guv Kalraj Mishra will reach university from Jaipur at 12 noon. He will inaugurate Constitution Park developed at a cost of Rs 2 cr on the university campus. He will also lay foundation stone of the statue of Ma- haraja Surajmal on univer- sity campus. Cabinet Min Vishvendra Singh reached Brij University on Friday and reviewed arrangements. Rajiv Arora chairs meeting over formation of Gem Bourse in Jpr First India Bureau Jaipur: Chairman of Rajasthan Small Indus- tries Development Cor- poration, Rajiv Arora, on Friday presided over a high-level meeting re- garding the formation of Gem Bourse. Addi- tional Chief Secretary (ACS Industries) Veenu Gupta, RIICO MD Shivprasad Nakte, BIP Commissioner Om Ka- sera and representa- tives of Jems and Jewel- lery Association were also present in meeting. The representatives of the Gems and Jewel- lery Association re- quested Rajiv Arora to set up a Gem Bourse in Sitapura area so that the jewellery business located in Johari Ba- zaar can be established on a larger scale. They demanded that a land measuring 15 lakh square meters should be allotted at concessional rates, so that all small traders of gems and jewellery can get a better platform. Rajiv Arora presiding over a high-level meeting regarding the formation of Gem Bourse on Friday. MOU to be signed between SMS Medical College and DORI First India Bureau Jaipur: Rajasthan Foundation will be fa- cilitating an MOU to be signed between SMS Medical college & Doc- tors of Rajasthan Inter- national (DoRI). For this, common objectives of MOU will soon be discussed. This was announced at Non-Resident Ra- jasthani (NRR) Doctor’s Meet at the Yojana Bha- wan in Jaipur. The meet was organised by Ra- jasthan Foundation in collaboration with SMS Medical College and Doctors of Rajasthan International (DORI). Chaired by Dhiraj Sriv- astava, Commissioner Rajasthan Foundation, meet was attended by Dr Rajiv Bagarhatta, Principal, SMS Medical College, Dr Jaivir Rathore (USA), Presi- dent, DORI Foundation; Dr. Charu Suklecha (UK), and others. Dhiraj Srivastava, Dr Rajiv Bagarhatta, Dr Jaivir Rathore, Dr Charu Suklecha, Dr Amitabh Dube, Dr Rinki Hada and others during (NRR) Doctor’s Meet on Friday. Constitution is our guiding book, says Guv Mishra 5th accused held for involvement in firing on woman First India Bureau Jaipur: Governor Kalraj Mishra ex- tended best wishes to the country and the people of the state on the occasion of 73rd Constitution Day to be observed on Satur- day. “The Constitu- tion is our guiding book. In it there is talk of equal justice for all while empha- sizing the principles of liberty, equality & fraternity,” he said. On the occasion of Constitution day on First India Bureau Jaipur: The Murlipura Thana Police has ar- rested the fifth accused involved in firing gun shots at a woman. Police informed the accused has been identi- fied as Abid and was driving the scooty when the other accused fired gun-shots on the victim. Notably , the victim, An- jali Verma, was injured by the accused on Wednesday morning. All the accused has been arrested in the matter. Churu and Fatehpur coldest at 5 degree C Jaipur (PTI): Churu and Fatehpur remained the coldest places in Ra- jasthan with a mini- mum temperature of five degrees Celsius, the MeT department said. In Karauli, minimum temperature on Thurs- day was 6.7 degrees, 6.9 degrees in Mount Abu, 7.4 degrees Celsius in Bhilwara, 8.0 degrees in Pilani and Chittorgarh, 8.0 degrees in Sikar, 8.2 degrees in Nagaur, 8.5 degrees in Kota, 8.6 de- grees in Dhollpur and 8.9 degrees in Gangana- gar. In Jaipur, the max and minimum tempera- ture was recorded at 27.3 degree and 11.2 de- gree Celsius respective- ly in 24 hours. Accord- ing to the Meteorologi- cal Center, a slight drop in the minimum tem- perature recorded. Jaipur: In the case of brutal beheading of Kanhaiya- lal of Udaipur, the judicial custody of all accused is extended till December 8. The hearing was not held due to the court employees being on mass leave. The NIA sought time from the court to present challan even on Friday. In the case, Riyaz Jabbar, Mohammad Gaus, Riyaz Attari, Farhad Sheikh, Asif, Mohd. Mohsin, Wasim Ali, Javed and Muslim Khan are in jail. Amjad and other accused are absconding. NIA/ CBI-01 Judge Ravindra Kumar gave common date in all cases. Kanhaiya Lal was killed by two men for his social media posts in support of suspended BJP Nupur Sharma’s remarks on Prophet Mohammed. BEHEADING OF KANHAIYALAL: JUDICIAL CUSTODY OF ACCUSED EXTENDS TILL DEC 8 Saturday , a cricket tourna- ment will be organised by advocate AK Jain and as- sociates in Pareek College. Jaipur: On Friday Justice Sameer Jain is- sued Contempt Notice to Dr Prithviraj Sankhla IAS, Principal Secre- tary, Department of Medical & Health and Dr Anuj Kumar Pingo- lia, for wilfully disobey- ing the order dated 23.09.2022 of High Court with respect to transfer of Dr. KK Soni CMHO Ajmer and again transferring him to Bhilwara. It was argued in the High Court by Advocate Sunil Kumar Singh, Rekha Dixit, Saurabh Chatterjee, Keerti Harsha, & M Raja, that Dr Anuj is acting as CMHO Ajmer even after order was cancelled. Jaipur: In the case related to challenging the arrest and remand of Upen Yadav, pres- ident of unemployed federation, the police presented case diary in the court of ADJ 9, Metro-II. No entry was found in the case diary from Nov 19 to 20. The original case diary was also not produced before the court. Advocate AK Jain said that without case diary, arrest cannot be made. “Advance investigation can be done only after challan is presented by court order,” said Jain. Judge Dhukal Ram Kaswan summoned the original case diary & papers on Nov 29. MATTER OF DR KK SONI REACHES HC FOR CONTEMPT PROCEEDINGS UPEN YADAV CASE: JUDGE SUMMONS ORIGINAL CASE DIARY ON NOV 29 IN THE COURTYARD People sit around a bonfire to warm themselves during cold winter morning in Fatehpur. —PHOTO BY RAKESH GURJAR CIC orders inquiry against Dy Comm’r First India Bureau Jaipur: State Infor- mation Commission while hearing an ap- peal related to RTIActordered an investiga- tion against Deputy Com- missioner of JDA for not pro- viding the informa- tion. The commission also directed the Jaipur Development Commissionertocon- ductaninquiryinone month and submit a report in this regard. While hearing an appeal filed by one Sanjay Sharma in July 2021, Chief Informa- tion Commis- sioner DB Gupta direct- ed to initiate an inquiry against Deputy Com- missioner of Zone 5 instead of imposing a penalty. CIC also or- deredtogiverequired info within 21 days. —PHOTOS BY SANTOSH SHARMA Arun Singh to visit Sardarshahar today & Jpr on Nov 27 First India Bureau New Delhi: BJP Na- tional General Secre- tary and State In-charge Arun Singh will be vis- iting Ratan- garh and Sardarsha- har on No- vember 26 and Jaipur on November 27. He will address a press conference at Ratangarh at 11:30 am, in Sardarshahar at 1:00 pm in support of BJP candidate Ashok Pincha. He will also address the general meeting at 3:00 pm and hold a meeting with the Elec- tion Management Committee at 8:00 pm. Singh will reach Jaipur BJP state office at 12:00 pm on November 27 and after that he will ad- dress the media. Satish Poonia taking selfie during Convention of ABVP. SATISH POONIA TO ATTEND RINWA’S MEMBERSHIP CEREMONY TODAY Jaipur: BJP state president Satish Poonia will visit Sardarshahar today and attend the membership accep- tance ceremony of Rajkumar Rinwa who will rejoin the party. Poonia will address a big meeting in Sajansar and address a farmers’ event in Sardarshahar.
  3. 3. RAJASTHAN JAIPUR | SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 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: CM Ashok Ge- hlot has approved the proposal to give a total prize money of Rs 7 crore to three players whowonmedalsinDeaf Olympics, 2022. As per the proposal, Rs 3 crore each will be given to gold medalist Abhinav Sharma and Gauranshi Sharma in Deaf Badminton in Deaf Olympics 2022. Also, Vedika Sharma, bronze medalist in Deaf Rifle Shooting, will be given a prize money of Rs 1 crore. Promotion of sport- spersons by the state govt for international level gold, silver and bronze medal winners are given prize money of three crores, two crores and one crore rupees respectively . It is notable that the CM will give this prize money to all the three sportspersons while providing relaxation in the Rajasthan Sports Aid Grant Rules-2022. With the said approval, along with financial support to players, all the players of the state will be motivated to per- form at highest level. Deaf Olympics winners to get `7 cr prize TWO SUSPECTS DETAINED, MYSTERYSOLVEDIN10HRS First India Bureau Bhilwara: Two sus- pects have been arrest- ed in connection with the killing of a Muslim man in Bhilwara, police said on Friday, adding that the situation is now under control. One of the two ac- cused taken into custo- dy is said to be a minor. Ajmer IG Rupendra Singh disclosed the matter in a press con- ference held at the SP office. In connection with the firing, the po- lice have detained Raghuveer alias Kalu Tapadia from Kachho- la, while a minor has also been detained along with him. The po- lice have also recovered the pistol and scooter used during the inci- dent from the arrested miscreants. Preliminary investi- gation revealed that the duo were shot to avenge the murder of Adarsh Tapadia, a local busi- nessman’s 20-year-old son who was stabbed to death six months ago due to some dispute over money transac- tion, it said. Bhilwara Superintendent of Po- lice Adarsh Sidhu said the two main suspects in Thursday’s killing had been taken into cus- tody. The situation is peaceful in the city . First India Bureau Jaipur: Jaipur Munici- pal Corporation Great- er Mayor, Dr Somya on Friday submitted her reply to the state gov- ernment in the matter involving her suspen- sion. She submitted her reply to DLB Director. Before submitting her reply, she met CM Ashok Gehlot and later submitted her reply . While speaking to mediapersons, Dr Somya said, “I have given my representa- tion to the CM. The Chief Minister has also heard my view. I hope justice will be done with me,” said Greater Mayor Dr Somya. It is now being speculated that the matter will be kept in cold storage. First India Bureau Jaipur: The National Sangeet Natak Aka- demi has announced the Sangeet Natak Akademi Amrit Puraskar under Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav. It includes the names of 86 artists from across the country. This in- cludes the names of senior color artist Bharat Ratna Bharga- va, Sartaj Narayan Mathur and Kathak Guru Pt. Girdhari Ma- haraj from Jaipur. Apart from these, the names of Jodha Khan Langa, Akim Khan Manganiyar are also included from Ra- jasthan. The Sangeet Natak Akademi Awards will be pre- sented by the Presi- dent at a special inves- titure ceremony. Shubham Jain Ajmer: The meeting of the Departmental Pro- motion Committee (DPC) of three depart- ments was held on Fri- day at RPSC in Ajmer. The meeting was pre- sided over by RPSC Member Jaswant Rathi. In the meeting of the Jail and Forensic Dept, DG (Jail) Bhupendra Dak, Secy (Home) V Sarwan Kumar & ADM (City) Bhawna Garg were present. The DPC was held for the post of DSPfortheyear2022-23. Similarly, a review meeting was held for the DPC of Jail Super- intendent Grade 2 for the year 2009-10 and 2010-11. Along with this, DPC was done on three posts of Additional Di- rector in the Forensic Dept for the year 2022 and review DPC was done on one post of Sen- ior Scientific Assistant (Physical) for year 2020- 21. In DPC meeting of Home Dept, DGP Mishra and ADG Anil Paliwal were present. First India Bureau Ajmer: Director Gen- eral of Police (DGP) Umesh Mishra on Fri- day reviewed the ‘Speak Up’ cam- paignbeingrunby Ajmer Range po- lice.Thecampaign is aimed to raise voices against crimes related to sexual abuse of girls. The DGP took a meeting of offi- cials in the auditorium of the Board of Second- ary Education in Ajmer &reviewedtheprogress of the campaign being undertaken in all 4 dis- tricts of Ajmer Range. Largenumberof school- girls also attended. DGP Umesh Mishra praised the campaign and said that there have been instances where the victims could not report inci- dents of sexual abuse due to so- cial pressure. “This campaignistomakethe girls aware of such inci- dentstakingplacetoday . The victim should im- mediately report if any such incident takes place,”saidDGPUmesh Mishra. First India Bureau Jaipur: An interesting discussion occurred af- ter the Gehlot cabinet meeting when in an informal discussion, a minister put forward a unique demand in front of Chief Minister Gehlot. The minister de- manded to invite Rahul Gandhi to a wedding in his family. Rahul Gan- dhi will come to Ra- jasthan in December and during the mar- riage ceremony of a minister’s son is going to take place. The minister told CM Gehlot, “Invite Ra- hul Gandhi to the wed- ding. I assure to get a crowd of 20-30 thou- sand and arrange for a helicopter.” But Chief Minister Gehlot also told the minister in a clear tone, “Rahul Gan- dhi is on Bharat Jodo Yatra. How can he come to the wedding? It is enough if I come to the wedding.” First India Bureau Jaipur: The BJP will raise as a national-level issue the matter of kid- napping and gangrape of a 20-year-old deaf- mute Dalit girl in Dhorimanna town of Barmer district. BJYM and BJP Mahila Mor- cha have been asked to surround the state gov- ernment on this issue with prominence. BJP has started prepara- tions for a big move- ment on the issue. BJP State President Satish Poonia said, “Oh God, when will this bru- tality stop. The society is also falling and the Congress government is also falling.” On the instructions of Poonia, BJYM State President Himanshu Sharma left from Jaipur for Dhori- manna in Barmer. He along with Barmer BJP organization and fronts will gherao BJP Yuva Morcha worker Dhori- manna police station. MP Dr. Kirori Lal Mee- na said the incident as extremely disturbing and shameful to hu- manity. Mukesh Mathrani Barmer: Anti corrup- tion bureau team on Fri- day caught a technical helper of Jodhpur Dis- com red handed while accepting a bribe of ru- pees ten thousand. Bribe was demanded against the shifting of a three phase agricultural power connection. Ac- cused lineman has been identified as Rukmesh Meena, a resident of SwaiMadhopurandcur- rently posted at Ratan- puraGSS.ACBaddition- al SP Ramniwas Sunda confirmed the report. On Thursday , ACB had caughtamunicipalcom- missioner for accepting bribe of `1 Lakh. First India Bureau Udaipur: The search operation of the Income Tax department on two real estate businessmen in Udaipur continued on the third day. Con- tinuous long inquiries are being made from partners and close em- ployees associated with Akme and Arihant Properties. A case of tax evasion has come to the fore on assets worth more than Rs 150 crore from both the groups. Gold jewelry worth more than 10 kg and cash worth more than Rs 1 crore have been re- covered from both the groups. At 37 locations of Akme and Arihant Real Estate Group investiga- tion is going on. A total of more than 40 people are being questioned. Jaipur: Municipal Cor- poration Greater Com- missioner Mahendra Soni issued an order on Friday transferring the zone deputy commis- sioners. Mamta Nagar has been shifted from the Jagatpura zone to Sanganer zone after councillors’ dharna and continuous complaints. Several Deputy Com- missioners have also been given additional charges in the order. Under the orders issued by the corporation administration, Mukesh Mund has been re- moved from the Malviya Nagar zone and given the additional charge of Deputy Commissioner Animal Management along with the post of Deputy Commissioner Health. One of the accused heldisminor,police said while adding that ‘revenge’ could be reason of firing Raghuveer alias Kalu Tapadia in police custody on Friday. Another accused who is a minor is also detained by the police. Dr Somya talking to media at DLB office on Friday. BJYM State President Himanshu Sharma left for Dhorimanna, Barmer on the instructions of BJP State President Satish Poonia,. CM Ashok Gehlot Sartaj Narayan Mathur Bharat Ratna Bhargava Kathak Guru Pt. Girdhari Maharaj JMCG Mayor Dr Somya submits reply to State govt after meeting CM 5RajasthanisinNat’l SangeetAkademiawards DPC meetings of 3 departments held in RPSC, DGP attends DGP takes stock of ‘Speak Up’ in Ajmer Gehlot’sMinisterwants toinviteRaGainwedding BJP asks yuva, mahila morcha to raise Barmer rape on nat’l level Lineman in ACB’s net with `10k bribe Udpr I-T raid: Seizures reach `150 crore TRANSFERS OF ZONE DY COMMISSIONERS IN JMC GREATER RAJ KABADDI BODY DISQUALIFIED BY RAJ OLYMPICASSOCIATION BY-POLLS OF WARD NO 66 HELD IN JMCH The Rajasthan Olympic Federation disqualified Rajasthan Kabaddi Federation on Friday following the wom- en Kabaddi team decided to boycott the National Games held in Gujarat. The Rajasthan Olympic Federation had issued a notice to Rajasthan Kabaddi Federation, but the Kabaddi Federation did not gave a reply to the notice. While taking strict action against the Kabaddi Federa- tion, the Rajasthan Olympic Federation disqualified the Kabaddi Federation on Friday. The by-election of Ward No. 66 of JMC Heritage was held on Friday. Till Friday evening, 58.10% polling was recorded. Out of 10,271 voters in the ward, 5,967 voters exercised their franchise. BJP’s Ghanshyam Tapan, Con- gress’s Rohit Navariya and Independent Suresh Biwal is in a triangular fight in the bypoll. The results of the voting will be announced on November 27. This seat of Kishan- pole Assembly Ward No. 66 fell vacant after the death of BJP councillor Mahesh Soyal, following which, the State Election Commission declared the election schedule. Oh God, when this will brutality stop. The society is also falling and the Congress gov- ernment is also falling. —Satish Poonia, BJP state president CM Ashok Gehlot approves the fund The interesting incident took place in cabinet meeting Rajasthan’s medal winners of Deaf Olympic,Abhinav Sharma and Vedika Sharma (in white circle) with PM Narendra Modi and Union Minister Anurag Thakur. —FILE PIC Jaswant Rathi, Umesh Mishra during the meeting on Friday. BHILWARA KILLING
  4. 4. PERSPECTIVE JAIPUR | SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 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. 170 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 SPIRITUAL SPEAK The confusion and chaos generated by anger lead to memory loss. Never lose your focus and never underestimate the virtue of patience. —Bhagavad Gita IN-DEPTH Narendra Modi @narendramodi India’s culture has stood the test of time. It has bravely overcome several challenges. And, the credit for this goes to courageous stalwarts like Lachit Borphukan. Lachit Borphukan is India’s pride. We all get inspired by his bravery against the Mughals. Amit Shah @AmitShah For decades, the rights of tribal sisters and brothers were suppressed, but Modi ji did the work of giving rights and respect to the tribal society. TOP TWEETS UTTAR PRADESH DREAMS BIG, WORKING TO REALISE IT ttar Pradesh has a trillion dollar dream and Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath is leaving no stone un- turned to realise it in the next five years. Ministers will do road shows in several countries to hard sell UP in various coun- tries for investments. Together with domestic corporate houses the state has kept an ambitious investment target of Rs 10,000 crore. Pushed by Prime Minis- ter Narendra Modi, the state government has been engaging with economists to figure out how this target can be achieved. None could figure out how. Fi- nally, consulting company De- loitte was hired which has sug- gested a road map. To realise the dream will re- quire the state’s gross domestic product to quadruple from 21.73 lakh crore ($270 billion approx- imately) in 2021-22, a tall order by any yardstick. The state is banking on its infrastructure (expressways, highways, air- ports) and temples and monu- ments for religious and histori- cal tourism. Despite the govern- ment’s best efforts, economists remain sceptical. U n the one hand Maharashtra are- as are grappling with the outbreak of measles and on the other the opposition par- ties want the Centre to take back their “Amazon packet”. Two vastly different issues but one about human life and health requires greater at- tention. That is not exactly how things are playing out in Maharashtra where Mumbai and its surrounding areas have recorded 51 cases of measles indicating low vac- cination coverage which is something to be concerned about. The spotlight, howev- er, is not on measles as much as it is on Governor Bhagat Singh Koshiyari, dubbed ‘Amazon packet’ for his con- troversial remark on Chhatrapati Shivaji. Chhatrapati Shivaji is an icon of Maratha pride and the people, including those of the BJP , won’t accept an insult to him. Surprisingly leaders of the BJP, which is part of the Eknath Shinde-faction led state government, seem less agitated than those of the Se- na’s Thackeray faction and the Nationalist Congress Par- ty over Koshiyari calling Shivaji “an icon of the olden times” and Dr BR Ambedkar and Nitin Gadkari “icons of moderntimes”.FormerChief Minister Uddhav Thackeray went to the extent of suggest- ing that the Governor should be sent to an old age home. Shivaji being a sensitive issue, Deputy Chief Minis- ter Devendra Fadnavis has found it hard to defend Ko- shiyari who made a similar statement against Mahatma Phule earlier. Centre could be mulling its move as con- tinued courting of contro- versy by Koshiyari may pose a threat to the Sena- BJP alliance. Obviously, measles can be put aside for tackling by health officials while Koshiyari takes the centre stage. KOSHIYARI’S REMARK PUTS BJP IN A FIX The spotlight, however, is not on measles as much as it is on Governor Bhagat Singh Koshiyari, dubbed ‘Amazon packet’ for his controversial remark on Chhatrapati Shivaji O Promoted by Shree Cement Ltd. ecently a report on inequali- ty in the world has been re- leased by the global organiza- tion United Nations Research Institute for Social Develop- ment (UNRISD). Pointing to the dire consequences of in- equality in this, it has been emphasized to create a new eco-social system. This re- port, released in October 2022, points to the growing inequality characteristic of the world. This report comes almost two years after the pandemic. In this era the global economy has been hit, which for the first time in several decades has pushed the whole world into extreme poverty . The report says that with the rise of democracy, economic liberalization and free markets, there has been wide disparity in both in- come and wealth. The situa- tion today is the same as it was at the height of Western imperialism in the early 20th century. In many countries the situation is even worse. The report suggests that while the gap in basic living standards is narrowing for hundreds of millions of peo- ple, their needs to thrive in life are also changing. In the current era, new types of in- equalities are taking root, mainly arising out of educa- tion, technology and climate change. If these ground- shaking changes are not stopped in time, the risk of spreading a giant rift that the world has not seen since the Industrial Revolution will in- crease. According to the re- port, people are taking to the streets due to many reasons. Ticket prices, petrol prices, demands for political free- dom, fairness and justice, etc. This is a new face of inequal- ity and inequality is not be- yond solutions. According to the report, the Human Development In- dex (HDI) has seen impres- sive progress since 1990 and has benefited all sectors, in- cluding the least developed countries. The fastest eco- nomic growth was seen from 2000 to 2010, but since then this pace has slowed down. From 1990 to 2018, many countries have performed well in terms of human de- velopment. The number of countries with high human development has increased from 12 to 62, while the num- ber of countries with low hu- man development has de- creased from 62 to 36. The report clarified that the chal- lenge of inequality is not be- yond solution and can be dealt with, but bringing ine- quality under control will not be easy if the current pat- tern continues. The report says that unequal distribu- tion in education, health and standard of living affects the progress of the country . Sev- eral suggestions have been made in the report to im- prove the situation and deal with the growing problem of inequality. According to the report, inequality starts right from the time of birth. The gap between education and health intensifies and can continue until adult- hood, so efforts and policies to ameliorate the situation must begin before or even be- fore birth, with a focus on children’s education, health and well-being. Be nour- ished. Such investments should be continued especial- ly at that stage of a person’s life when they are making money in the labor market. Policies just to increase the productivity of workers are not enough and other poli- cies including anti-trust have to be focused to overcome the imbalance in the market. The report also suggested that the tax should be part of a broader policy system, in- cluding public spending on health and education, and ex- ploring alternatives to car- bon-based lifestyles. The re- port underscores the impor- tance of new international tax principles to ensure eq- uity and avoids the race to lower corporate tax rates. The report says that average fig- ures often do not accurately reflect the truth. Further- more, effectively tackling in- equality requires detailed in- formation, especially to com- bat the various dimensions of poverty and help those left behind. The report claimed that the nature of inequali- ties could change in the fu- ture and that the climate cri- siscouldbeamajorreasonfor this. Carbon pricing policies can be mismanaged, but rev- enues from carbon pricing, if used for the benefit of taxpay- ers as part of a social policy package, will help reduce in- equality . Renewable energy, energy efficiency, digital fi- nance and health solutions demonstrate how new tech- nologies and opportunities can be used to broadly im- prove living standards. According to the report, deep inequalities emerged even before the technological revolutions and now a similar picture is emerging with arti- ficial intelligence and digital technologies. In such a situa- tion,theneedforsocialprotec- tion must be emphasized, which will require interna- tional consensus on ensuring fair compensation, investing in life-long learning and tax- ing digital activities. This will help in building a new, secure and stable digital economy , which will pave the way for human development. The re- portalsoindicatesthatif steps are not taken in this direction soon,thenthesituationwillbe very dire in the coming times and it will become difficult to deal with them. THE VIEWS EXPRESSED BY THE AUTHOR ARE PERSONAL If inequality is not stopped, then the situation will be frightening A report recently released by UNRISD on inequality in the world says that if steps are not taken to stop inequality soon, then in the coming times the situation will become very serious and it will become difficult to deal with them R AMIT BAIJNATH GARG The writer is a Senior Journalist The report also suggested that the tax should be part of a broader policy system, including public spending on health and education, and exploring alternatives to carbon-based lifestyles. Carbon pricing policies can be mismanaged, but revenues from carbon pricing, if used for the benefit of taxpayers as part of a social policy package, will help reduce inequality The gap in basic living standards is narrowing for hundreds of millions of people, their needs to thrive in life are also changing. In the current era, new types of inequalities are taking root, mainly arising out of education, technology and climate change. If these ground-shaking changes are not stopped in time, the risk of spreading a giant rift that the world has not seen since the Industrial Revolution will increase
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  6. 6. INDIA JAIPUR | SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 2022 05 www.firstindia.co.in I https://firstindia.co.in/epapers/jaipur I twitter.com/thefirstindia I facebook.com/thefirstindia I instagram.com/thefirstindia NO PERSON OR RELATION IS ABOVE NATION: PM MODI New Delhi (ANI): Tak- ing examples from the life of Lachit Borphu- kan, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Fri- day said that “no person or relation is above na- tion” and his life in- spires us to live the mantra of “Nation First” instead of nepo- tism and dynasty . He made the remark while addressing the closing ceremony of the year-long celebrations of the 400th birth anni- versary of Lachit Bor- phukan in New Delhi today . The Prime Minis- ter also released the book - ‘Lachit Borphu- kan - Assam’s Hero who Halted the Mughals’ on the occasion. In line with the Prime Minister’s vision to honour the unsung he- roes in a befitting man- ner, today’s occasion is celebrated to honour the 400th birth anniver- sary of Lachit Borphu- kan, the famous Gener- al of the Royal Army of the Ahom Kingdom of Assam who defeated the Mughals and success- fully halted the ever- expanding ambitions of the Mughals under Au- rangzeb. Addressing the gath- ering, the Prime Minis- ter started with ex- pressing his regard for the land of Assam which gave brave sons like Veer Lachit. “We bow to the valorous La- chit Borphukan on his 400th birth anniversary . He played a pivotal role in preserving the cul- ture of Assam”, he said. The Prime Minister said, “India is celebrat- ing the 400th birth an- niversary of Lachit Borphukan at a time when the country is marking ‘Azadi Ka Am- rit Mahotsav’.” Terming Veer La- chit’s exploits a glorious chapter of the history of Assam, the Prime Minister said, “I salute this great tradition on the occasion of the festi- val of India’s eternal culture, eternal valour and eternal existence.” The Prime Minister reiterated India’s mood to get rid of the mental- ity of slavery and take pride in its heritage. In- dia is not only celebrat- ing its cultural diversity but also acknowledging the unsung heroes and heroines of its history . PM Narendra Modi with Assam Governor Jagdish Mukhi and CM Himanta Biswa Sarma during the closing ceremony of 400th birth anniversary of Lachit Barphukan, in New Delhi on Friday. —PHOTO BY PTI Immortal sons of Maa Bharati like Lachit Borphukan are the inspira- tion for fulfilling the resolutions of the Amrit Kaal. They make us familiar with the identity and glory of our history and also spur us to dedicate ourselves to the nation. —NARENDRA MODI, Prime Minister Mahesh Sharma New Delhi: The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is contesting the elections of the Munici- pal Corporation of Del- hi ie MCD like the elec- tion of any State Legis- lative Assembly. The way leaders from all over the country are campaigning in Guja- rat, they are campaign- ing in Delhi as well. The leaders who are going to Gujarat have also been asked to come to Delhi and campaign. Think, on Sunday the Chief Ministers of four states of the country conduct- ed a road show in Delhi. Baijayant Jai Panda, in- charge of BJP in Delhi, had urged these Chief Ministers for road shows. As part of the plan prepared by him, Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma, Haryana Chief Minis- ter Manohar Lal Khat- tar, Himachal Pradesh Chief Minister Jairam Thakur and Uttara- khand Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami did roadshows in Delhi. Not only this, De- fense Minister Rajnath Singh also participated in this mega campaign of BJP. He also did a road show for the party . A dozen leaders of Bi- har have been given the responsibility of cam- paigning in Delhi. Wherever the popula- tion of the people of Purvanchal is more, there the meetings of the leaders of Bihar and Eastern Uttar Pradesh are to be held. The BJP is trying to re- tain the hold of the last 15 years in the MCD through this big cam- paign, while the Chief Minister Arvind Kejri- wal is also being forced to stay in Delhi and not focus on Gujarat be- cause of the campaign- ing of other senior leaders of the BJP. Along with this cam- paign, BJP is also re- leasing sting videos of Aam Aadmi Party lead- ers. BJP has also re- leased videos ranging from ticket selling inci- dent to AAP’s MLA be- ing beaten up by sup- porters and the recent video of jailed AAP minister getting mas- sage and five-star treat- ment in jail. MCD elections like state assembly polls for BJP? REPUTATION AT STAKE? Union Minister Anurag Thakur with BJP candidate Sunrika Sharma Jha during party’s campaign for MCD elections, in New Delhi. Union Minister Smriti Irani arrives to addresss a BJP election campaign for Gujarat Assembly elections, in Surat on Friday. —PHOTO BY PTI BATTLEGROUND GUJARAT IRANI FLAYS AAP OVER LEAKED ‘MASSAGE’ CLIPS OF SATYENDAR JAIN Surat (ANI): Union Minister Smriti Irani on Friday lashed out at the AAP over viral videos showing jailed Delhi ministerSatyendarJain gettingmassagefroman alleged rapist in jail. At a rally at here on Friday , the Union Minis- ter said, “I request wom- en that if they come across any leader or worker of Aam Aadmi Party, ask them what kind of culture they have that their minister, who is lodged in Tihar jail, is availing personal- ised massage services from a man accused of raping a minor girl.” On Tuesday , official sources atTiharjailclaimedthat Rinku, the prisoner who was administering mas- sage on Jain, was ‘not a physiotherapist’ but has been charged under the Protection of Children from Sexual Offences (POCSO) Act, 2012 for al- legedly raping a minor. The AAP has been at the receiving end of barbs and volleys from the Opposition ever since the purported footage of Jain receiv- ing an oil massage in- side his cell surfaced ahead of the upcoming Delhi civic elections. The purported CCTV footageshowstheminis- ter lying on his bed while a man, seated next to him, is administering a massage on his foot. In another video sharedbyBJPspokesper- son Shehzad Poonawalla on his Twitter handle, a man is purportedly seen massagingtheDelhimin- ister’s legs and back be- fore proceeding to give him a head massage. WILL KEJRIWAL BE STUCK IN DELHI? Arvind Kejriwal Sharat K Verma New Delhi: Most of AAP leaders have left Gujarat and come to Delhi or are about to come to Del- hi. In a way , the party has completely left the Gujarat cam- paign to state leaders Gopal Italia and CM candidate Isudan Gadhvi. There will be rallies of Arvind Kejriwal in between, but like before, now the AAP leaders are not going to camp in Gujarat. Punjab CM BhagwantMannwill also hold rallies and roadshows in Delhi. Gulab Yadav and Ra- ghav Chadha, the in- charge and co-in- charge of AAP in Gujarat, also have to spend more time in Delhi as the Munici- pal Corporation of Delhi poll has be- comeveryimportant for AAP . KHAMBHALIA SEAT: A BATTLE OF PRESTIGE BETWEEN BJP, AAP Dwarka: The Khambhalia seat in Dwarka has turned into a battle of prestige between the BJP and AAP, in the Gujarat polls. With Congress also in the fray with a sitting MLA, it is also a triangular contest. Senior Congress leader Vikram Madam, AAP CM’s face Isu- dan Gadhvi and BJP’s Mulu Ayar Bera are fighting it out amongst themselves here. AAP ONLY ‘HYPE’, WILL REMAIN ‘MARGINAL PLAYER’ IN GUJ: DEORA Ahmedabad: The AAP has a lot of “hype” but will remain a “marginal player” in Gujarat polls, Congress leader Milind Deora said on Friday and asserted that his party would belie predictions to spring a surprise in the polls. Deora, who is a Congress party observer for the Gujarat polls, said there is a “strong under- current” of anti-incumbency against the BJP government. ❍ BHARAT JODO YATRA BJP claims ‘Pakistan zindabad’ sloganraisedinBJY;Congdenies New Delhi (Agencies): Amit Malviya, the head of the IT cell of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP),onFridayclaimed that ‘Pakistan zindabad’ slogan was raised dur- ing the Rahul Gandhi- led Bharat Jodo Yatra in Madhya Pradesh’s Khargon. Sharing the purport- ed video, Amit Malviya wrote on his Twitter handle, “After Richa Chaddha’s public application to join Ra- hul Gandhi’s Bharat “Jodo” Yatra, Pakistan Zindabadslogansraised in Khargon. INC MP posted the video and then deleted it after the faux pas came to light.” Responding to the al- legations,Congress’gen- eral secretary in-charge of communications Jairam Ramesh said a doctored video is doing the rounds to discredit the Bharat Jodo Yatra andstatedthattherewill be a “payback”. Boxer Vijender Singh joins Rahul Gandhi during the party’s Bharat Jodo Yatra, in Khargone on Friday. —PHOTO BY PTI RAHUL'S STATEMENTS ON SAVARKAR Cong into damage control; after Jairam, Rahul calls Raut to pacify Mahesh Sharma New Delhi: The Con- gress is trying to per- suade Sanjay Raut to make up for the loss caused by Rahul Gan- dhi’s statement on Vi- nayak Damodar Sa- varkar during Bharat Jodo Yatra. The Con- gress knows that Raut isnotjustthefaceof the Shiv Sena’s Uddhav Thackeray faction, but also the brain. Thus when Shiv Sena got an- gry after Rahul’s state- ment,Rautgaveastate- ment on his behalf. He alsotargetedRahulper- sonally and said that whathewasgettinglost from the real agenda of his yatra through such statements. Since then, the Congress has been trying to somehow per- suade Raut. After Raut’s statement, Jairam Ramesh called Raut. Ramesh tried to pacifyhimandclarified that Rahul has not at- tacked Savarkar, but has only stated a his- torical fact. After this, Rahul himself called Raut. Sisodia’s name not in CBI charge sheet, entire case fake: Kejriwal New Delhi (PTI): Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal on Friday asserted that at- tempts were made to frame his d e p u t y M a n i s h Sisodia in the “fake” excise poli- cy scam after his name did not figure in the CBI’s first charge sheet, with the AAP calling it “Satyamev Jayate” (truth alone triumphs). The CBI on Friday filed first charge sheet against arrested busi- nessmen Vijay Nair, Ab- hishek Boinpally and five more accused, keeping the probe open into the alleged role of others named in FIR, including Sisodia. BJP AAP SPAR OVER BHARDWAJ ‘SUICIDE’ BJP IS CONSPIRING TO KILL KEJRIWAL: SISODIA New Delhi: AAP leader Man- ish Sisodia on Friday again alleged that Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) was conspiring to kill Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and that he will submit a complaint regarding the same to the Election Commission. New Delhi: A day after AAP leader Sandeep Bhardwaj’s body was found hanging at his residence in Delhi, both AAP and BJP indulged in war of words. AAP said it was wrong to allege he took his life as he was denied a party ticket for MCD polls. Mamata Banerjee in Kolkata on Friday. —PHOTO BY PTI Mamata meets Suvendu over tea in her chamber Kolkata (PTI): In a first since last year’s state elections, West Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee on Friday held a “cour- tesymeeting”withLead- er of the Opposition Su- vendu Adhikari at her chamber in the state As- sembly ,raisingeyebrows in political circles. Later, during a dis- cussion on ‘Constitu- tion Day’ in the House, the CM said that she had at one point adored him like a brother. Adhikari and Baner- jee had been at logger- heads since the end of 2020 when he switched over to the BJP from the TMC and defeated the TMCsupremoinNandi- gram in Assembly polls. The meeting came close on the heels of Adhikari complaining that his name was not included in invitation letter for the ‘Constitu- tion Day’ programme. Ex-T’gana Cong MLA Shashidhar Reddy joins BJP New Delhi: MShashid- har Reddy,formerfour- time MLA from Telan- gana who has recently quit Con- gress,joined the BJP in New Delhi on Friday . Reddy rep- resented Sanathnagar Assembly constituency for four terms. His in- duction to BJP took place in presence of Un- ion ministers G Kishan Reddy and Sarbananda Sonowal and Telangana BJP chief Bandi Sanjay Kumar, in New Delhi.
  7. 7. INDIA JAIPUR | SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 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 Gujarat: Reliance Jio 5G was first launched in October this year. The company is now rolling out its True 5G network in each of the 33 district headquarters of Guja- rat, thereby making Gu- jarat the first state in India to get Jio True 5G coverage in 100% of the district headquarters. Announcing the roll out, the telco said that “Gujarat holds a special place, as it is Reliance’s Janmabhoomi. This strategic announce- ment is a dedication to Gujarat and its people.” “Starting 25th No- vember, Jio users in Gu- jarat will be invited to the Jio Welcome Offer, to experience Unlimit- ed Data at up to 1Gbps+ speeds, at no additional cost”, it further added. The telco will also launch several Jio True 5G-powered initiatives across industries like education, healthcare, agriculture, IOT sectors in Gujarat and more. Akash M Ambani, Chairman, Reliance Jio Infocomm Limited, said, “We are proud to share that Gujarat is now the first state to have 100% district head- quarters connected with our robust True 5G network. We want to showcase the real pow- er of this technology and how it can impact a billion lives”. Alongside, the com- pany’s largest telecom operator has also an- nounced a True 5G-pow- ered initiative named ‘Education-For-All’ in the state. A collabora- tion between the Reli- ance Foundation and Jio, the initiative aims to digitize 100 schools in Gujarat initially . Explaining, how Jio True 5G is better than 5G services offered by other telecom compa- nies in the country, the company said that Jio True 5G has a three- fold advantage. Gujbecomes1ststatetoget100%JioTrue5Gcoverage TRUE 5G FOR ALL INITIATIVE New Delhi (PTI): Mehrauli murder ac- cused Aaftab Amin Poonawala on Friday reached the Forensic Science Laboratory here for his next ses- sion of polygraph test, officials said. He had undergone a marathon polygraph test of nearly eight hours on Thursday. However, officials at the facility found it difficult to record his statements as he was not well. Poonawala was brought to the Foren- sic Science Laboratory (FSL) at Rohini on Fri- day for another ses- sion of the polygraph test, also called the lie detector test, as he seems to be in better health, they said. “During the session (of polygraph test) on Thursday, Poonawala was asked details about the case, what trig- gered him to kill Walk- er, if it was a planned event or he did it in a fit of rage like he claimed in the court. SHRADDHA WALKAR MURDER AAFTAB UNDERGOES ANOTHER SESSION OF POLYGRAPH TEST Hehadundergoneapolygraphtest fornearlyeighthrsonThursday Aaftab Poonawalla being taken back from FSL where he was brought for a polygraph test, in New Delhi on Thursday. Guwahati/Shillong (PTI): Attendance in government offices in Meghalaya was ‘thin’ on Friday in response to a call by various or- ganisations for a non- cooperation move- ment in protesting against the November 22 violence along the border with Assam, which left six people dead, officials said. Assam police offi- cials on Friday issued a fresh advisory asking its citizens not to travel to Meghalaya as the situation is still “not very good” in the neigh- bouring state where po- lice vehicles were torched and several people were injured during protests on the previous night. In a relief to the peo- ple of Meghalaya, the Assam Petroleum Maz- door Union (APMU) de- cided to resume trans- portation of fuel to that state, which it has sus- pended on Thursday, following assurance of security of tankers and crew from the neigh- bouring state. Low attendance in Meghalaya offices; police issues advisory BORDER VIOLENCE ROW Bengaluru (PTI): Kar- nataka Home Minister Araga Jnanendra on Friday said the Centre has directed the NIA to probe the Mangaluru blast case. In a state- ment, Jnanendra said the state government had recommended an NIA probe into the cook- er bomb blast in a mov- ingautorickshaw,which the Union Ministry of Home Affairs accepted and ordered a probe by the premier investiga- tion agency . “With regard to the incident occurred with- in the Kankanadi police station limits, the state government had taken a decision to recom- mend an NIA probe based on the evidences and other information collected during the pre- liminaryinvestigation,” the Home Minister said in his statement. Centre directs NIA probe into Mangaluru blast case Dehradun (PTI): Lok Sabha Speaker Om Bir- la congratulated IIT- Roorkee as it celebrated its 175th foundation day on Friday, saying the in- stitution continues to be in the forefront of the pursuit of research. Addressing the func- tion to mark the occa- sion, Birla acknowl- edged its valuable con- tribution to the country and the region. “This institute has unwaveringly aimed at attaining global levels of excellence in educa- tion and creating a sus- tainable and equitable society through innova- tive research,” he said. “I am sure (Indian In- stitute of Technology) IIT-Roorkee will con- tinue to serve the na- tion and build compe- tency and recognition for India as a ‘vishwag- uru’,” Birla said. Secretary in the De- partment of Posts Vineet Pandey released a commemorative stamp on the occasion. IIT-Roorkee in forefront of pursuit of research: Birla Bhubaneswar: The second day of the Win- ter Session of Odisha assembly on Friday wit- nessed pandemonium as the opposition -- BJP and Congress -- engaged in a verbal duel with the ruling BJD over farm- ers’ issues. As soon as the House assembled for the day’s proceedings at 10.30 a.m., both the opposi- tion and ruling party members rushed to the Well of the Assembly raising slogans against each other over various demands of the farm- ers. The opposition Bharatiya Janata Par- ty (BJP) members were demanding dis- bursement of input subsidy to the farmers and irregularities in paddy procurement. OdishaAssemblyadjournedafter ruckus over farmers’ issue Nagpur (PTI): Union minister Nitin Gadkari on Friday said all vehi- cles belonging to the Indian government that have completed 15 years will be scrapped, and a policy to that effect has been sent to states. He was speaking at the inauguration of the annual ‘Agro-Vi- sion’ agriculture exhi- bition here. “Yesterday, I signed a file under the guidance of Prime Minister Nar- endra Modi that all the vehicles of the Indian government which have completed 15 years will be scrapped. I have sent this policy of the Indian government to all the states. They should adopt this policy at the state level,” he said. 15-year-old govt vehicles will be scrapped: Gadkari Ahtesham Siddiqui Lucknow: In the bu- reaucracy of Uttar Pradesh, preparation are going on to send IPS officers of 2017 batch as SPs in the districts while their batchmate friends IAS 2017 batch officers are still CDOs in the districts. There are still many options for them to become col- lectors and they will have to wait a year, as even the 2014 batch of IAS officers has not yet been appointed as DM. The DGP Headquar- ters got 14 young IPS of- ficers of its 2017 batch to meet Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath and got their presentation done. Principal Secre- tary Home Sanjay Pras- ad, DGP DS Chauhan and ADG Law and Or- der were also present on this occasion. 14 young IPS officers of 2017 batch meet CM Yogi in UP CM Yogi Adityanath in a meeting with IPS officers. BJD MLAs stage a protest near Mahatma Gandhi statue demanding an increase of MSP and insurance for farmers, in Bhubaneswar. Om Birla addressing the function at IIT Roorkee.       CONNECT SCHOOLS Pune (PTI): NCP leader Ajit Pawar on Friday said the Shraddha Walkar murder case should be heard by a fast- track court and the guilty should be given the “harshest” punishment. Speaking to reporters here, Pawar said an inquiry should take place if any policeman is found guilty of derelic- tion of duty. In May this year, Walkar, 27, was allegedly murdered by her live-in partner Aaftab Poonawala in Delhi. He allegedly strangled Walkar and sawed her body into 35 pieces which he kept in a fridge for almost three weeks at his residence in South Delhi’s Mehrauli area before dumping them across the city over several days past midnight. Walkar had in 2020 lodged a com- plaint with the Palghar police in Maharashtra, in which she accused Poonawala of trying to kill her and stated that she feared he would cut her into pieces. WALKAR MURDER CASE SHOULD BE HEARD BY FAST-TRACK COURT: PAWAR 3 WOMEN IPS AMONG THE 14 IPS WHO WENT TO MEET CM YOGI 2017 BATCH IPS OFFICERS IPS Saurabh Dixit ASP Prayagraj, IPS SM Qasim Abidi in-charge Deputy Commissioner Lucknow Commission- erate, IPS Dr. Deeksha Sharma ASP Ghaziabad and IPS Vikas Kumar ASP Agra gave a presen- tation in front of the CM. Knowledgeable officers say that IPS officers of 2017 batch should have been posted in the dis- trict 1 year back, but the interesting thing is that in the districts where they will be posted as SPs, their senior IAS are posted as CDOs. Thus, an IPS officer who goes as a captain in a district will also find it difficult to coordinate with an IAS officer who is 4 years senior to him.  Aarti Singh  Prachi Singh  Saurabh Dixit  S M Qasim Abidi  Dr. Deeksha Sharma  Nipun Agarwal  Arpit Vijayvargiya  Keshav Kumar  Abhishek Kumar Agarwal  Satyajit Kumar Gupta  Vikas Kumar  Dr Iraj Raja  Kuldeep Singh Gunawat  Somendra Meena Araga Jnanendra Wrecked remains of a temple along Assam-Meghalaya border. New Delhi (ANI): The body remains recov- ered from a suitcase at a forest area in Haryana’s Faridabad on Thursday afternoon are suspected to be of the 27-year-old woman from Mumbai, Shrad- dha Walkar. Faridabad Police have contacted the Delhi Police fol- lowing the recovery of the suitcase with body parts in the Surajkund forest area. According to police, the remains were wrapped in a plastic bag and a sack, and clothes and a belt were also recovered near the suitcase. Prima facie, it ap- peared that a person was murdered else- where and a part of the body was dumped to avoid identification, Faridabad Police said in a statement. SUITCASE WITH BODY PARTS FOUND IN HARYANA Nitin Gadkari ISRO begins countdown for PSLV-C54 mission Govt releases ` 17,000 cr GST compensation Chennai: Scientists of the ISRO commenced the countdown on Fri- day for the launch of Earth Observation Sat- ellite-Oceansat- eight other customer satel- lites on a PSLV-C54 rock- et from the spaceport of Sriharikota on Satur- day. The 25.30-hr count- down for the 56th flight of the Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV), in its extended version (PSLV-XL), started at 10.26 AM today . New Delhi (ANI): The central government has released an amount worth Rs 17,000 crore to states and Union terri- tories towards the bal- ance GST compensa- tion for the period April to June 2022.The total amount of compensa- tion released to the States/UTs so far, in- cluding thus Rs 17,000 crore, during the year 2022-23 is Rs 1,15,662 crore, the Ministry of Finance said in a state- ment on Friday . Amrik Singh Amritsar: Two emi- nent personalities, Iqbal Singh Chahal (IAS), Municipal Commissioner Ad- ministrator of Bri- hanmumbai, Munci- pal Corporation, Ma- harashtra and Prof Gagandeep Kang (FRS), Department of Gastrointestinal Science at the Chris- tian Medical College, Vellore, Tamil Nadu were honoured with honoris causa de- grees at the 48th an- nual convocation of Guru Nanak Dev University (GNDU), here on Friday . On this occa- sion136 Ph.D, 2 M. Phil, 95 Post-Gradu- ate and 71 Under- Graduate de- grees and 177 medals were awarded to stu- dents from various faculties. Governor of Punjab and Chan- cellor of the univer- sity, Banwarilal Purohit said what India needs today is incorruptible young men and women who will dedicate themselves to the service of the larger society through in- dividual pursuits. This will lead India as Vishwa Guru at International level. Iqbal Singh Prof Kang honoured with Honorary degrees Iqbal Singh Chahal Prof Gagandeep Kang honoured with honoris causa degrees at GNDU on Friday. THE JOURNEY —PHOTO BY ANI —PHOTO BY PTI
  8. 8. JAIPUR | SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 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 Commodity Price Change % Chg GOLD 52,837.00 270.00 0.51 (Per 10g) SILVER 61,875.00 705.00 1.13 (Per 1kg) COMMODITIES Currency Price Change % Chg USDINR 81.62 0.08 0.09 GBPINR 96.71 0.73 0.75 CURRENCIES CoalIndiatoboostproduction New Delhi (PTI): State- owned Coal India (CIL) on Friday said it will further boost production in the coming months and is opti- mistic that the company will achieve the output tar- get set for the current fi- nancial year. CIL, which accounts for over 80% of domestic coal production, is eyeing an output of 700 million tonnes (MT) for FY’23. “We began FY’23 requiring 78 MT jump in volume terms to touch the target of 700 MT. As of Nov 24, the com- pany has already achieved an increase of nearly 58 MTs. “In the ensuing months we aim to sustain the tempo and further scale up the production and feel upbeat about achieving the target,” the PSU said. Following the end of the monsoon season, most of the mines have been dewa- tered. The festive season is also over. There will be greater availability of ma- chines and manpower lead- ing to better production and productivity in the coming months, the com- pany said. The PSU produced 400 MT of coal as on Nov 24 of the current financial year, registering a growth of 17%. As of Nov 24, 2021 CIL had produced 342 MT of coal. AIM TO ACHIEVE FY23 TARGET business BRIEFS New Delhi (PTI): Beauty and fashion e-com- merce firm Nykaa has recorded a 75% growth in gross merchandise value and a 12-fold jump in revenue on Day 1 of its Pink Friday sale, the company said on Friday. The company said that it recorded over 400 orders per minute on the first day of the sale which start- ed on November 21. The sale will be live un- til November 28 on its website, app and Nykaa stores. The number of visitors on Day 1 of Pink Friday grew by 37% to 10 million, the company claimed. New Delhi (PTI): Engi- neering systems and solu- tions provider Uniparts In- dia on Friday said it has set a price band of `548- 577 a share for its `836-crore IPO. The three-day initial share sale will open for public sub- scription on November 30 and conclude on Decem- ber 2. The bidding for an- chor investors will open on November 29. The IPO is entirely an Offer for Sale (OFS) of 14,481,942 equity shares by promoter group entities and existing investors. UNIPARTS INDIA FIXES IPO PRICE BAND AT `548-577 NYKAA’S GROSS MERCHANDISE VALUE GROWS 75% Mumbai (PTI): Lubes maker Castrol India Limit- ed (CIL) on Friday said it will acquire a 7.09 per cent stake in TVS Auto- mobile Solutions’ digital subsidiary Ki Mobility So- lutions with a planned in- vestment of `487.5 crore in an all-cash deal. With this strategic investment, CIL aims to expand its presence in service and maintenance for both in- ternal combustion engine (ICE) and EV and leverage myTVS’ digital and opera- tional capabilities. CASTROL TO ACQUIRE 7.09% STAKE IN KI MOBILITY SOLUTIONS New Delhi (PTI): Gold prices fell by `270 to `52,837 per 10 grams in the national capital on Friday amid weak global trends, according to HDFC Securities. In the previous trade, the pre- cious metal had settled at `53,107 per 10 grams. Silver also tum- bled by `705 to `61,875 per kg. In the interna- tional market, gold was quoting lower at $1,752.5 per ounce while silver was down at $21.30 per ounce. GOLD PRICE FALLS BY `270; SILVER SEES DIP OF `705 *Rates till the edition went to print. RUPEE RISES 8 PAISE TO CLOSE AT 81.62 AGAINST US DOLLAR Mumbai (PTI): The rupee settled for the day 8 paise higher at 81.62 (provisional) against the American currency on Friday on broad dollar weakness and improved risk sentiments. Forex traders said positive domestic equities and foreign fund inflows supported the local unit. At the interbank foreign exchange market, the local unit opened at 81.69 and touched an intra-day high of 81.44 and a low of 81.71 against the greenback. The local unit finally settled at 81.62, registering a rise of 8 paise over its previous close. ADANI TO RAISE `20,000 CRORE THROUGH FRESH SHARE ISSUE New Delhi (PTI): Billionaire Gautam Adani’s conglomer- ate on Friday said it will raise `20,000 crore in equity to fund the massive expansion at his sprawling business empire that now spans from ports to energy to cement. Adani Enterprises Ltd will raise funds through the issue of fresh equity shares, it said. The public offering will help AEL diversify the shareholder base and build its credibility and acceptance among investors. TWO NEW POLYMER MANUFACTURING PARKS IN BENGAL Kolkata (PTI): The Indian Plas- tics Federation on Friday said it is planning to set up two new poly parks in West Bengal as polymer demand in the state is expected to double in five years. The federation also sought special electricity incentives. “We have identified a plot of 100 acre near Singur and another of 70 acre near Dankuni. Nearly 90-100 units are expected to be completed by 2025,” IPF president Sishir Jalan said. OTHER STORIES GoM TO SUBMIT REPORT NEXT WEEK ON GST LEVY ON CASINOS, ONLINE GAMING New Delhi (PTI): The state finance ministers’ panel for GST levy on casinos, online gaming and horse racing will submit its report to the GST Council next week, Meghalaya CM Conrad Sangma said on Friday. Sangma-headed GoM held its final meeting on the issue earlier this week and is understood to have recommended a GST levy of 28% on online gam- ing, irrespective of whether it is a game of skill or chance. Sangam said: “We will submit the report next week”. Kolkata (PTI): Coal India, the world's largest miner, has said it exceeded the annual target of green coverage by mid-November. Coal India's plantation of 1,526 hectares as of November 15 has exceeded the FY'23 annual target of 1,510 hectares achiev- ing 101% target satisfaction, it said. The increased plantation helped in creating 76,544 tonnes of carbon sink potential per year. Driven up by the eco concerns and to reduce carbon diox- ide emissions, CIL in recent years has stepped up the efforts on greening its mining areas, the miner said. CILSURPASSESFY'23GREENCOVERTARGET New Delhi (PTI): The cen- tral banks of India and UAE are discussing a con- cept paper on promoting bilateral trade in rupee and dirham with a view to re- duce transaction cost, a top official said on Friday . India's Ambassador to the UAE said that the con- cept paper for trade in local currencies was shared by India. The central banks of both the countries will dis- cuss the standard operat- ing procedures and modali- ties. The objective of the exercise is to reduce the cost of transactions, he added. India and the UAE had already signed a FTA in Feb to give a fillip to bi- lateral trade and eco ties. New Delhi (ANI): Broker- ages Anand Rathi and Swastika Investmart have given “subscribe” ratings for the upcoming initial public offering of Dharmaj Crop Guard. “The upward momentum in pesticide in- dustry output is expected to continue going forward, backed by a growth in food consumption amid demand from export markets, and the horticulture and flori- culture markets,” Swastika Investmart said. India, UAE central banks discuss rupee, dirham trade ‘Subscribe’ rating to Dharmaj Crop Guard’s IPO SAYS MEMBER OF EAC OF PM SANYAL:INDIACAPABLEOF GENERATING 9% GROWTH First India Bureau New Delhi: India is capa- ble of generating a 9% growth rate but in view of the geopolitical situation, we should be satisfied with a 6.5-7% economic expan- sion, member of the EAC to the PM, Sanjiv Sanyal said on Friday . India is following an “in- vestment and export-driv- en growth model” and against the backdrop of “turbulent” global times, the RBI and the govern- ment have followed a re- strained macro-economic approach, which is a cor- rect step. “It is a very turbulent time and we are generating a 7% growth rate already. Nothing to sniff at. But if we get an open road, this economic machinery that we have built is capable of generating a 9% growth rate,” Sanyal said at the Times Now Summit 2022. The global economy is facing supply chain disrup- tions following the out- break of the Russia- Ukraine war in February . Sanyal said, “This is not the time to try and overex- tend ourselves. Any growth rate between 6.5-7% growth rate is not to be sniffed at. Even in the best of times.” WHAT SANJIV SANYAL SAID z India is following an “investment and export- driven growth model” and against the backdrop of “turbulent” global times, the RBI and the government have followed a restrained macro-economic approach, which is a correct step. z The global economy is facing supply chain disruptions following the outbreak of the Russia-Ukraine war in Feb. First India Bureau New Delhi: Commerce and Industry Minister Pi- yush Goyal has said that the Indian economy was not to be blamed for weak- ening of rupee, as this was mainly due to the strength- ening of the dollar. Speaking at the Times Now summit, the minister, despite rising inflation, sounded an optimistic note, noting that compared to sky rocketing inflation in many countries, where it is ranging between 8 to 10%, India has maintained a fair balance between in- flation and interest rates and price rise in the coun- try is much lower than compared to others. Goyal also said that even as the prevailing geopoliti- cal situation remains fluid owing to the global head- winds and signs of reces- sion in many nations, India is on a path of rapid recov- ery and its growth rate is 7%, which is a positive sign. At the same time though, he added that the situation arising out of the Corona- virus pandemic and Rus- sia-Ukraine war could not be ignored. On job losses in the IT and technology sectors and rising unemployment, an issue being raised by the opposition, Goyal said that on the contrary India’s job market is seeing an upward trajectory . Mumbai (PTI): Equity benchmarks settled at re- cord highs on Friday , rally- ing for the fourth day run- ning,helped by intensebuy- ing in index majors Reli- ance Industries, Wipro and Maruti. In a largely range- bound trade, the 30-share BSE Sensex climbed 20.96 points or 0.03% to settle at 62,293.64, its fresh record closing high. Likewise, broader NSE Nifty went up by 28.65 points or 0.15% to end at 18,512.75, its all-time high. Reliance Industries emerged as the biggest gainer among the Sensex firms, rising 1.34%, fol- lowed by Wipro, Tech Mahi- ndra, Axis Bank, IndusInd Bank, Maruti, Tata Steel and Mahindra Mahindra were among the major win- ners. On the other hand, Nes- tle, Kotak Mahindra Bank, ICICI Bank and HCL Tech- nologieswerethemajorlag- gards. ` weakening due to $ strengthening: Goyal Sensex Nifty scale fresh lifetime highs as RIL, Wipro advance Sitharaman meets state FMs for Budget inputs New Delhi (ANI): Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharman has chaired a pre-Budget meeting with the finance ministers of all States and Union Territo- ries for taking their inputs and suggestions for the up- coming Budget for 2023-24. The meeting took place on Friday in New Delhi. Be- sides Sitharaman and state/UT finance minis- ters, Union MoS for Fi- nance Pankaj Chaudhary and Bhagwat Karad, secre- taries from various arms of Union finance ministry, Chief Economic Advisor Anantha Nageswaran, among others attended the meeting. Sitharaman has so far chaired several pre-Budget consultations group of ex- perts, and industry lead- ers, including the agricul- tural and food processing industry experts. The first meeting was held on Monday . The formal exercise to prepare the annual Budget for the next financial year -- 2023-24 - commenced on October 10. The Budget for 2023-24 is likely to be tabled on February 1. Mumbai (PTI): In the sec- ond consecutive week of an increase in the kitty , India's forex reserves have grown by $2.537 billion to $547.252 billion for the week ended November 18, the RBI said on Friday . In the previous report- ing week, the overall kitty had swelled by $14.721 bil- lion in the highest weekly rise since August 2021 to $544.715 billion. It can be noted that in October 2021, the country's forex kitty had reached an all-time high of $645 bil- lion. Foreign currency assets (FCA) increased by $1.76 billion to $484.288 billion during the week to Novem- ber 18, according to the Weekly Statistical Supple- ment released by the RBI. FOREX KITTY GROWS FOR SECOND STRAIGHT WEEK
  9. 9. Make a habit of living life in a constant state of gratitude and also of positive, joyous expectation. —Dr Jagdeesh Chandra, CEO Editor-in-Chief, First India JAIPUR | SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 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 First India Bureau Jaipur: The Congress leaders on Friday re- membered veteran Congress leader Late Ahmed Patel and paid their tributes on his second death anniver- sary. “On his second death anniversary, recalling the contribution of our colleague, Shri Ahmed Patel ji whom we lost too soon. In all his roles, he brought to bear a great sense of dedica- tion, commitment and purpose, always keep- ing the interests of the people and party para- mount,” tweeted AICC president Mallikarjun Kharge. CM Ashok Gehlot also paid his tributes. “Remembering and paying my humble trib- utes to veteran Con- gress leader Sh. Ahmed Patel ji on his death an- niversary . His immense contribution to the Con- gress party, his devo- tion for principles and ideals that INC stands for can never be forgot- ten,” tweeted Gehlot. Cong leaders remember Patel 2ND DEATH ANNIVERSARY RAJ FIRST STATE TO IMPLEMENT OPS, ALL STATES MUST DO IT: CM GEHLOT Democracy maintained due to constitution by BR Ambedkar; Minister Jully asks people to rise above discrimination Chaudhary expresses gratitude for OBC quota anomalies No role in 2020 Cong rebellion, says BJP Dhariwal raises ERCP demand in Pre-Budget meet in New Delhi Venugopal’s visit on Nov 29 may settle Cong crisis Rafeek Khan discusses JMCH issue with CM Dr Rituraj Sharma Jaipur: Now BJP has started accepting Ambedkar, but 25 years ago no one used to be- lieve. Democracy has been maintained till now due to the constitu- tion made by Ambed- kar, Gehlot said during teachers’ programme at Rajasthan University on Friday . Firing salvos at the Central Government, he said, “Rajasthan is the first state to implement OPS. A demand has been made from the Centre regarding this, that it should be imple- mented in all states and at the central level as well. BJP is against the OPS. Today, the centre does not tolerate if any- one expresses disagree- ment. When I became the CM for the second time then the issue of promotion in reserva- tion came up and we fought a battle in the Su- preme Court, and we won the case. Rajasthan is the only state where there is reservation in promotion. Earlier there was reservation in UP, don’t know why it was abolished there? We tried to serve the last person. We made a rule for the first time in India.” Gehlot said that of Leader of Opposition Gulabchand Kataria praises the budget, but also questions as to where will the budget come from. Gehlot re- plied on this and said, “Money will come through magic. I am a magician.” Gehlot further said, “’We were defamed in the name of 2-G spec- trum cases. Today 2-G spectrum case has disappeared,and no one went to jail.” Praising the Mukhy- amantri Chiranjeevi Bima Yojna, Gehlot said that he told a union minister about it and he was surprised. “We en- sured free treatment through insurance of ten lakhs and made or- gan transplant free.” Yogesh Sharma Jaipur: Congressleader Harish Chaudhary on Friday expressed grati- tude towards Chief Min- ister Ashok Gehlot and PCCChief GovindSingh Dotasra for removing discrepancies in OBC reservation in the Cabi- net meeting. While addressing a press conference at his residence, Harish Chaudhary said that fol- lowing the matter was deferred in cabinet, the youths became agitated over the issue. “On October 29, the aspirants decided to pro- test against the govern- ment after the OBC res- ervationmatterdeferred in the cabinet. On Octo- ber 30, talks were held with the government. Approvalswerereceived fromthegovernmentde- partments, but the mat- ter was deferred in the cabinet meeting. But, now the matter was kept in the cabinet and passed,” said Congress leader Chaudhary . “The advisory issued by the Congress leader KC Venugopal has to be followed and statements being given in the midst of Bharat Jodo Yatra is wrong,” he added. Aishwary Pradhan Shiv Prakash Purohit Jaipur/Jodhpur: Ra- jasthan BJP president Satish Poonia on Thurs- day rejected as baseless Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot’s allegations that his party had a role in the rebellion by a group of Congress MLAs led by Sachin Pilot in 2020. Poonia also said the BJP had nothing to do with thepresentcrisiswithin the State Congress. “Gehlothasbeenmak- ing these allegations for the last four years and thereisnobasisforthese allegations and BJP has nothing to do with this episode,”Pooniatoldthe media here on Friday . “Inthelast4years,the name of Congress has been‘traitor’.ButIthink that the entire Congress partyisatraitortowards Rajasthan, which be- come a stronghold of crimes today ,” he said. Meanwhile, taking a jibe at Gehlot over his ‘gaddar’ remark against Sachin Pilot, Union Min- ister Gajendra Singh Shekhawat on Friday said, “thank God that he spared me this time.” Shekhawat said that the kind of infighting going onintheCongressiswell knownbuttheseareCon- gress’ internal matters. Arif Mansoori Jhalawar: PCC Chief Govind Singh Dotasra along with half a dozen Cabinet Ministers vis- ited Jhalawar on Friday for the entry of Rahul Gandhi’s Bharat Jodo Yatra in the State. They not only took feedback from Congress workers and officials, but also reviewed the entry points and routes of the yatra in Jhalawar dis- trict. Later, a press con- ference was also held at the local circuit house. 15 committees have been constituted for the successful management of the yatra in the State. Talking to the media, DotasrasaidthatBharat Jodo Yatra being taken out by Rahul Gandhi from Kashmir to Kanya- kumari is proposed to enter Jhalawar on 4 De- cember. The Inspector Gener- al of Police and Divi- sional Commissioner of Kota range on Friday held a meeting of the DistrictCollectorandSP of the four districts and discussed the route of the yatra and discussed the peaceful and smooth conduct of the yatra. The IG said that no one will be allowed to create disturbanceintheyatra. The yatra will be ac- companiedbyaguardof 3,000 police personnel. First India Bureau Jaipur: Urban Develop- ment and Housing Min- ister Shanti Dhariwal, during the Pre-Budget discussion meeting held at Maneksha Auditori- um in New Delhi on Fri- dayunderthechairman- ship of Union Finance Minister Nirmala Si- tharaman, emphatically put forward the side of Rajasthan and said that the Eastern Rajasthan Canal Project (ERCP) should be given national importance. The project should be declared and a provision should be made for it in the upcoming Union budget as special central assistance. He said that the ERCP with an esti- mated cost of Rs 37,247 crore would provide ir- rigation and drinking water to a large popula- tion of 13 districts of the state. Keeping Rajasthan’s demand on Jal Jeevan Mission, Dhariwal said that due to the scattered populationandvastarea in the state, the per con- nection cost of drinking water is much higher than that of other states as such Central share shouldbeincreasedto90 percentbygivingspecial status to the state. Apart from this, 26 projects basedonsurfacesources under the Jal Jeevan Mission cost more than Rs 300 crore per project, which will take 3-4 years to complete. Therefore, the duration of this scheme should be ex- tended from 31 March 2024 to 31 March 2026. Dhariwalsaidthatun- der social security , the central share in Indra GandhiOldAgePension Scheme, Divyang Pen- sion Scheme and Widow Pension Scheme should beincreasedfromRs.200 to Rs. 500 so that the fi- nancial burden of the state can be reduced. He urged that as per the recommendation of the 15th Finance Com- mission, consideration should be given to the release of state specific grants amounting to Rs.2322 crore. Secretary Finance (Revenue) Krishna Kant Pathak was also present in the meeting. “Union Finance Min- ister Nirmala Sithara- man has given serious consideration to all the legitimate demands of Rajasthan and assured to take care of them in the Union Budget,” said Dhariwal. First India Bureau Jaipur: Withthevisitof Congress General Secre- tary KC Venugopal to Jaipur on Nov 29, the leader is expected to ar- rive with a panacea to the ongoing political cri- sisintheStateCongress, sources said on Friday . Venugopal is expected to come with a message fromthehighcommand. First India Bureau Jaipur: MLA Rafeek Khan on Friday met Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot at his residence and talked about the is- sues related to Jaipur Municipal Corporation Heritage (JMCH). Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot is being felicitated during an event at Rajasthan University on Friday. Govind Ram Meghwal and Tika Ram Jully are also seen. —PHOTO BY MUKESH KIRADOO Harish Chaudhary holds press conference on Friday. Satish Poonia Gajendra Singh Shekhawat GS Dotasra, Pramod Jain Bhaya, Ramlal Jat, Mahendra Chaudhary, Mamta Bhupesh, Sandeep Chaudhary, and others during the meet. Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot has given relaxation in 38 cases of application for compassionate appointment to the dependent after the death of a government em- ployee. CM Gehlot gave relaxation to 31 cases of delay period of up to 3 years after the death of the personnel, 4 cases of the applicant not completing the age of 18 years and delay period/joining period of the first appointment order. Furthermore, relaxation has been given consider- ing sympathetically in 1 case of increasing the upper age limit and 2 cases of relaxation in upper age limit. RELAXATION IN 38 CASES OF COMPASSIONATE APPOINTMENTS Dhariapur: Chief Minister Ashok Ge- hlot on Friday said that Congress is going to form the Government in Gujarat. Ad- dressing a public meeting in Dhari- apur Assembly con- stituency in sup- port of Congress candidate Gyasud- din, Gehlot said the promises have been fulfilled in Rajasthan and Chhattisgarh where people are having food in the Indira Rasoi. “I have also eaten food inside In- dira Rasoi. Give chance to Congress after 27 years. OPS is not being implemented in Gujarat. The Constitution is being torn apart. Journalists, litterateurs, writers are being put in jails. You have to vote wisely. No work was done in Gujarat for 5 years,” he said. —Shivanshu Singh People of Raj, C’garh having good food at Indira Rasoi: CM Ex-servicemen show displeasure over Cabinet decision, meet Chaudhary Talks about stopping Bharat Jodo Yatra childish: Dotasra on Bainsla Dotasra, others review Yatra routes in Jhalawar His contribution will never be forgotten, says CM Gehlot UDH Minister Shanti Dhariwal during the pre-budget meet with Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman in New Delhi on Friday. ‘Central share should be increased to 90% by giving special status to Raj in JJM’ COURTESY MEET Dr Jagdeesh Chandra paid a courtesy visit to Vice President Jagdeep Dhankhar at Uparashtrapati Bhawan in New Delhi on Friday.
  10. 10. www.firstindia.co.in I https://firstindia.co.in/epapers/jaipur I twitter.com/ thefirstindia I facebook.com/thefirstindia I instagram.com/thefirstindia 09 JAIPUR, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 2022 aipur Dori is a brand that has made its presence felt by creating ethnic fash- ion in a con- temporary format. Prin- cess Shalini Narukaa of Jawli, Alwar, the partici- pating designer for the First India Fashion Con- nect, season 13 held at No- votel London Hammer- smith on November 20 has been a powerful pillar and backbone of the brand, leading to a large customer base and un- precedented success. Jaipur Dori is creating a symphony that is ultimate- ly inspired by a strong fe- male fig- ure such as herself. T h e fashion in- dustry is always cate- gorized as a dynamic one, where con- sumer preferences surely rule the market. There is no deny- ing that Indian arts, crafts, and local traditions are un- paralleled the world over, often inspiring global fash- ion trends. Jaipur Dori, founded in 2015 by Prin- cess Shalini Narukaa of Jawli, Alwar, focuses on fabric, craftsmanship and comfort. As we make a transition to an eco-friendly land- scape, especially in the fashion industry, new concepts have come to the forefront. From sus- tainable f a s h i o n to slow f a s h i o n to ethical fash- ion, these terms have become quite ubiqui- tous. For centuries, Ra- jasthan has witnessed sev- eral marauders and people from different regions of the world and that is the reason why the region has absorbed some of the tradi- tions, culture, and style of these visitors. Taking the fashion statement and Jaipur Dori to London, Shalini highlights the sus- tainable fashion highlight- ing hemp. Hemp is the most sus- tainable plant on the earth requires 4 times less wa- ter than cotton. Hemp fab- ric looks like linen but doesn’t wrinkle like it and feels exactly like cotton. Hemp clothing is more comfortable, breathable and softer than other fab- rics. It also retains colour longer and lasts more washes than clothing made up of other fabrics. In addition to being better for the environment, wearing clothing made of hemp is better for you. The heels and the décors, the flamboyance and the ardor, enwrapped the traditional fervor of Jaipur in London. With the city hosting First India Fashion Connect Season 13, the show set benchmarks with the emerging trends and sustainable fashion flicks by ace designer Shalini Narukaa! ETHICS AESTHETICS MITALI DUSAD mitalidusad01@gmail.com J Jaipur Dori is com- mitted to endorsing slow and sustain- able fashion and we’re proud to recently launch our carbon-free cam- paign in London using hemp for its anti-bacterial property, durability, biodegradable property and above all, how effectively it reduces eco- logical footprints. We believe in having a minimalistic collection, using very less embellishments and very intricate details in the fabric itself which makes it unique and class apart.” —SHALINI NARUKAA FASHION CONNECT SEASON 13
  11. 11. 10 ETC JAIPUR | SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 2022 www.firstindia.co.in I https://firstindia.co.in/epapers/jaipur I twitter.com/thefirstindia I facebook.com/thefirstindia I instagram.com/thefirstindia F A C E O F T H E D A Y REET KAUR, Actor ARIES MAR 21 - APR 20 This is the best time try something new with life give yourself a new purpose. You will feel amorous towards your wife. 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. LIBRA SEPT 24 - OCTOBER 22 You love to live close to your family. 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. Best day to buy gold and silver or any precious metal for investment sake. TAURUS APR 21 - MAY 20 You will feel financially comfortable and infant you are in position to invest money in some new venture. Your personality will attract many eligible bachelors. Spend time talking with likeminded people as it will make you feel good for now. The day will bear fruiful rewards. SCORPIO OCT 23 - NOVEMBER 22 You are a pro in your field and none can beat you. Female scorpios are lioness and women around are often jealous. You give tough competition to people. Many people get inspired by you. You will get special treatment from your dear ones. Try new things in life. GEMINI MAY 21 - JUNE 21 You are very generous by nature and also you are the backbone of your family. You are very fortunate to have a great friend circle. Today is a favourable day for business. You may postpone your study plans. Be careful of the words that come out of your mouth. SAGITTARIUS NOV 23 - DEC 22 Take stand where you need to, don’t run in the same direction where everybody else is going. Don’t attack stress even if you don’t have any. Let go of things that are not in your control. You want to have your own house and you will work hard to make your dream come true. CANCER JUNE 22 - JULY 23 You must create an environment of understanding at home. You need a break from day to tensions and the way to cope up with stress is to meditate. 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. CAPRICORN DEC 23 - JAN 20 Never demotivate someone even if someone is not capable of doing something. You make sure to make things work your way. 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. You are a God fearing person. LEO JULY 24 - AUGUST 23 You need help on academic front and you should not shy away from asking. Your spouse may make you spend more than you expected. Fantastic day for investing money in stock market as you can make fortune. You miss your parents a lot and somewhere fear to loose them. AQUARIUS JAN 21 - FEB 19 You are opportunist and this will make you successful one day. Your spouse is someone who can do anything for your happiness. You are happy spending whole day at home. Help your mothers at home today and give them a reason to smile. You will be surprised today. VIRGO AUG 24 - SEP 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. PISCES FEB20 - MARCH 20 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. You are a very grounded person. YOUR DAY Horoscope by Saurabbh Sachdeva Honey: Health Benefits of Honey: Health Benefits of THE GOLDEN LIQUID THE GOLDEN LIQUID IS HONEY HEALTHY? oney is a sweet food, which is healthier than table sugars. It is a natural sugar made by honeybees us- ing nectar from the flowers. Cave paint- ings suggest human beings collected honey from honeycombs roughly 8000 years ago and the goodness of honey has been known and used in food and as medicine for at least 4000 years. Honey is loaded with powerful antioxi- dants with antiseptic and antibacterial properties. It is not just to spread on bread toasts in the morning breakfast. Apart from its nutritive food val- ue, honey is extensive- ly used for its medici- nal properties in alter- native medicine. Stud- ies about honey have revealed that honey has powerful anti-bac- terial activity on a wide span of bacteria. The low water content and the osmotic prop- erty make honey an excellent anti-bacteri- al natural product. H KRISHNA BORA B.Sc. (Microbiology) ue, honey is extensive- has powerful anti-bac- terial activity on a wide span of bacteria. HEALTH BENEFITS OF HONEY Honey is known for various amazing benefits. It has been widely used in a variety of products from sweet confectioneries to cosmetics. SOME OFTHE BENEFITS OF HONEY ARE MENTIONED BELOW: SOURCE: https://www.medindia.net/patients/lifestyleandwellness/honey.htm Honey and Cinnamon: A Perfect Combination Honey and cinnamon have been curing many diseases and infections since an- cient times. Traditional so- cieties have mixed honey and cinnamon from time immemorial to cure people from common cold, sore throat and skin infections. This practice is still fol- lowed by alternative medi- cine practitioners who use it to cure infertility in men and women. The combina- tion of honey and cinna- mon cures arthritis pain, cholesterol, hair fall and gastric problems. It also clears stomach ulcers and helps digest the heaviest meals. The most common use of honey and cinnamon is to cure a cold and sore throat. Studies show that applying honey and cinna- mon on your skin can cure pimples and acne. Honey and Immunity Honey is an excellent rem- edy for improving your im- munity against allergies and asthma. Honey con- tains floral flavonoids. When honey is ingested, it immediately increases the antioxidant levels within the cells of the body and de- creases the capillary per- meability and fragility. Honey has also shown anti- cancer and anti-tumor properties preventing the risks of cancer in humans. Research by students at the Xavier University in New Orleans showed a positive result of local honey and its allergy curing properties. The results say that honey acts as a vaccine for those who are allergic to pollen grains. Honey contains the same kind of pollen grains that cause this allergy. By consuming honey, we make the body accustomed to these pollen grains de- crease the chance of the im- mune response to them like the release of histamines. Local honey is said to be the best kind against allergies. Honey and Stamina Honey helps build stamina in athletes. When athletes take honey drinks before and after important athletic events, it replaces all the carbohydrates and minerals spent during the workout or inextremecon- d i t i o n s . While we are going through workouts, our body sweats and we lose minerals. H o n e y c o n - tains a g o o d a m o u n t of all the i m p o r - t a n t minerals and re- p l a c e s them in the body . It is like an energy drink for the sportsmen and athletes and helps them in muscle building. Honey and Weight Loss Honey is a natural sweet- ener that contains 22 amino acids including a variety of minerals, which are impor- tant for metabolism and therefore helpful in pre- venting obesity. Lemon juice with a little honey early morning is believed to be the effective anti-cellu- lite treatment. This is an effective remedy to speed up shedding pounds from your body. Again, honey and cinnamon is another powerful remedy for effec- tive weight loss. For people who love binge eating, hon- ey can be taken as an effec- tive remedy for digestion later on. Honey and Cosmetics Honey is widely used in many types of cosmetics like lip balm, face creams and shower gels. The rea- son behind this is because honey does not spoil due to its high sugar content. It has 50% more density than water. The osmotic proper- ty of honey attributes to its anti-bacterial property. Honey is a thick liquid that acts as a perfect skin and hair conditioner. It brings smoothness to the skin and hair. Hence, is used in cos- metics and shampoos. Honey and Antiseptic Properties Generally in hospitals, doctors prefer hydrogen peroxide to clean wounds so they heal quickly. The same chemical is present in honey in very good amounts. It is released by diluting honey in water or body fluids. When it is applied on the open wounds, especially burn wounds, the glucose pre- sent in honey dilutes grad- ually releasing hydrogen peroxide and due to its viscous constituency, honey prevents wounds from sticking to the dressing and there are little or no scars after healing.

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