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BONJOUR
BONJOUR
N
Na
aM
Mo
o!
!
Moni Sharma
Paris
Prime Minister Narendra
ModiarrivedinFrancefor
an official two-day visit.
He was welcomed at the
airport by French Prime
Minister Élisabeth Borne.
HeisvisitingFranceatthe
official invitation of Pres-
ident Emmanuel Macron.
Ahead of his departure to
France, PM Modi in a
statement said he is look-
ing forward to meeting
Macron, and holding dis-
cussions on taking for-
ward the partnership be-
tween both nations.
PM Modi who arrived at
Paris received a rousing
welcome from Indian di-
aspora. They accorded a
warm welcomed to PM
while raising slogans of
“Bharat Mata Ki Jai”. P6
This visit will provide a new
impetus to bilateral strategic
partnership. I look forward to
holding wide-ranging
discussions with President
Macron on taking forward
this time-tested relationship
over the next 25 years.
NARENDRA MODI, PRIME MINISTER
DOSTI, DIPLOMACY, DEFENCE: MODI TO HOLD TALKS WITH MACRON TODAY
PM MODI GETS RED CARPET
WELCOME AS HE ARRIVES IN PARIS
NOD TO PROCUREMENT
OF 26 RAFALE JETS
PM’S PLANS FOR TODAY
On the day of Modi’s
visit to France, the
DAC chaired by
Defence Minister Rajnath
Singh, the apex decision
making body of MoD, on
Thursday cleared the make
in India of 3 Scorpene class
submarines and sourcing of
26 marine version of Rafale
jets. These key technology
proposals are expected to
come up when PM Modi
meets Prez Macron today.
 PM Modi will be guest of
honour at annual Bastille
Day Parade, Indian tri-
service contingent will also
participate in the event
 3 Rafale fighter jets of In-
dian Air Force (IAF) will also
join flypast on the occasion,
along with the French jets
 PM Narendra Modi will
also hold talks with Presi-
dent Emmanuel Macron to
take forward cooperation in
a range of key areas
PM MODI HOLDS TALKS WITH PRESIDENT
OF FRENCH SENATE AND PM ELISABETH
PM Narendra Modi on Thursday held
talks with French counterpart Elisabeth
Borne on Thursday, with an aim to boost
strategic ties between the two nations. Earlier, in
an interaction with President of the French Sen-
ate Gérard Larcher, Modi “deliberated on a range
of issues of mutual interest and agreed to work
together to deepen India-France cooperation.
PM Narendra Modi, France’s PM Elisabeth Borne and Deputy General to Military Governor of Paris Eric
Chasboeuf walk past French Republican Guards at Orly airport in Orly, Paris’ suburb on Thursday.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi greets a child as he receives a warm
welcome from the Indian community in Paris on Thursday.
PM Narendra Modi with Gerard
Larcher in Paris on Thursday.
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FORECAST
ISRO Chief S Somanath visits
Chengalamma Parameswari
temple, Tirupati on Thursday
to pray for successful launch
of the Chandrayaan-3 today.
IN BRIEF
A Presidential First!
 President Droupadi Murmu
will address the Rajasthan
Assembly at 11:00 am today
 This is the first time that
the President’s address will be
held in the Rajasthan Assembly
Yogesh Sharma
Jaipur
In the eighth session of
the 15th Rajasthan Legis-
lativeAssembly, a special
address will be given by
President Droupadi Mur-
mu on Friday. Assembly
Speaker Dr CP Joshi said
that President’s address is
being held in Assembly
for 1st time and it will be
a proud and historic mo-
ment for all. Joshi will
give welcome address &
Governor Kalraj Mishra
along with legislators and
dignitaries will be present
on occasion. During the
day, she will offer prayers
at Khatu Shyam ji. Later,
she will address seminar
organised by Common-
wealth Parl Association
followed by a dinner. P8
President Droupadi Murmu being welcomed by Governor Kalraj
Mishra in presence of Dr CP Joshi at Jaipur Airport on Thursday.
8TH
SESSION OF RAJ ASSEMBLY TO RESUME TODAY
The meeting of the 8th session of the 15th Rajast-
han Legislative Assembly began on January 23 was
adjourned sine die on March 21. Since the budget
session was not prorogued, the upcoming session from to-
day is a continuation of the budget session instead of mon-
soon session to be called by Governor. The proceedings
of house will start at 1:15 pm and there will be no question
hour in house owing to special address of the President. P2
First India Bureau
Patna
Jehanabad BJP district
general secretary Vijay
Kumar Singh on Thurs-
day succumbed after be-
ing admitted to Patna
Medical College Hospital
(PMCH) for treatment,
following grievous inju-
ries allegedly received in
the heavy lathi-charge
resorted to by Bihar po-
lice on the participants of
the BJP’s Vidhan Sabha
march on Thursday.
However, Patna Police
and district administra-
tion did not confirm the
death due to lathi-charge.
BJP leader
killed in police
lathi-charge
TOP
RAJASTHAN
STORIES
Pralhad Joshi on 1-day
visit to Jaipur today
Rajasthan government
shifts 98 RPS officers
Jaipur: Union Minister Pral-
had Joshi will reach Jaipur
for first time on
Friday after be-
ing appointed
in-charge of the
State elections
and will camp in
Jaipur for 1 day. He will in-
teract with leaders including
BJP office bearers, Morcha
Presidents, Dist Presidents,
MLAs and former MLAs. P2
Jaipur: 98 Rajasthan Police
Service officers were trans-
ferred in Rajasthan late on
Wednesday night. The state
government has started
transfers of the officers, who
are posted on the same
place for a period of three
years or more, ahead of the
assembly elections. The
transfer list was issued by
the home department. P3
Overflowing Yamuna:
12 NDRF teams on toes
‘Dynamitetometaverse’
ismatterofconcern:HM
First India Bureau
New Delhi
A dozen NDRF teams
have been deployed in
Delhi to tackle the situa-
tion in view of increased
water levels in the Ya-
muna river, officials said
on Thursday. The teams
are helping the adminis-
tration in evacuating the
flood affected residents.
EmergencyDDMAmeet-
ing was also held to dis-
cuss situation arising out
of rising level inYamuna.
First India Bureau
Gurugram
In a plea to the global
community, Union HM
Amit Shah on Thursday
highlighted the evolving
security challenges from
“dynamite to metaverse”
and “hawala to crypto-
currency.” During his ad-
dress at the ‘G20 Confer-
ence on Crime and Secu-
rity in the Age of NFTs,
AI and Metaverse,’ Shah
emphasized the need for
the G20 countries to tran-
scend the conventional
boundaries and take ac-
tion against crimes. P6
Rescue team help a cow through flooded area in Delhi on Thursday.
Amit Shah at inaugural session
of G20 in Gurugram on Thursday.
The G20 has so far
focused on digital
transformation and
data flow from an
economic perspective,
but now it is important
to understand aspects
of crime, find solution.
AMIT SHAH, UNION HM
KEY HIGHLIGHTS
 Schools, colleges in Delhi
to remain closed till Sunday
 Floodwater 350 metres
away from Kejriwal’s home
 Crematoriums shut, WFH
advised, drinking water crisis
 Govt bans entry of heavy
goods vehicles in New Delhi
 Amid the Yamuna level
surge, water enters Red fort
 Met predicts light-moder-
ate rain in New Delhi today
 ’Yellow’ alert for tomorrow
 After years of dilly-dal-
lying, Elon Musk’s Tesla
has opened discussions
with Indian govt for an in-
vestment proposal to set
up a car factory in country
with an annual capacity of
as many as 5 lakh electric
vehicles with prices be-
ginning from `20 lakh.
 In a landmark decision,
the International Cricket
Council (ICC) on Thurs-
day has declared that
men’s and women’s teams
competing in ICC events
will receive equal prize
money. This decision was
announced at annual conf.
 ‘Terrorists fired upon
three outside labourers in
Shopian. Injured persons
are Anmol Kumar, Pintu
Kumar Thakur and Her-
alal Yadav, all residents of
Dist Supaul, Bihar, being
shifted to hospital,” Kash-
mir Zone Police said.
PENSION BENEFICIARY PROGRAM
Cabinet gives
nod to ‘Minimum
Guaranteed
Income Bill’
THE PENSION BENEFICIARIES
EXPRESSED THEIR GRATITUDE
TO CM ASHOK GEHLOT FOR THE
SENSITIVE DECISION TO INCREASE
THE SOCIAL SECURITY PENSION
Naresh Sharma
Jaipur
hief Minister
Ashok Gehlot
said on Thurs-
day that the government
would introduce the Min-
imum Guaranteed In-
come Bill in the assem-
bly session beginning on
Friday. Gehlot was ad-
dressing the Social Secu-
rity Pension Beneficiary
Program at the Chief
Minister’s residence. He
said that it is the respon-
sibility of the govern-
ment to provide social
security to every person.
He said that the state
govt is ensuring social se-
curity to the people of the
state through various
schemes.MinimumGuar-
anteedIncomeBillwillbe
another important step of
the State government in
thisdirection.Cabinet has
given its consent to this
bill through circulation &
this bill will be brought
in Assembly. MORE ON P8
Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot with the beneficiaries during virtual
Social Security Pension Beneficiary Program at CMR on Thursday.
Also seen here are Tikaram Jully, Usha Sharma and others.
C
RAJASTHAN
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Jaipur, Friday | July 14, 2023
MADAN LAL SAINI STATUE UNVEILING PROGRAMME
We have to work just like Saini did: Maurya
Ramesh Sharma
Jaipur
he statue of
former BJP
state president
late Madan Lal Saini
was unveiled in his an-
cestral village Radhakis-
hanpura in Sikar district.
UP Deputy CM Keshav
Prasad Maurya, BJP
State President CPJoshi,
deputy leader of opposi-
tion Satish Poonia, for-
mer state president
Ashok Parnami and sev-
eral other leaders attend-
ed the programme.
Senior leader Om Ma-
thur said that Madan Lal
Saini was the only leader
who gave more impor-
tance to the organisation
and the party than his
family. He said that
Madanlal Saini always
kept on fulfilling every
single responsibility of
the organization.
UP Deputy CM Kes-
hav Prasad Maurya said
the BJP government is
sure to win the upcom-
ing elections in Ra-
jasthan. “We have to
work for the party just
like Saini did,” he said.
Maurya said that PM
Modi and Saini have
worked together for the
party and the organisa-
tion. State President CP
Joshi said that Madan
Lal Saini worked for a
long time from Jana
Sangh to becoming the
state president of BJP.
CP Joshi said that Saini
had the courage to call
the right the right and the
lie a lie.
Aishwary Pradhan
Jaipur
In the assembly session
starting from Friday, BJP
has made preparations to
surround the govern-
ment. On Thursday,
Leader of Opposition in
the Assembly Rajendra
Rathore took a meeting
of the BJP Legislature
Party regarding this.
It has been decided in the
meeting that the BJP will
attack the government on
one issue everyday. BJP
has fixed 7 issues for this
week-long session. Lead-
er of Opposition Rajen-
dra Rathore said that this
government has done the
work of weakening par-
liamentary democracy.
BJP has decided seven
issues for seven days.
“By not proroguing the
January session, the gov-
ernment has deprived the
MLAs from asking ques-
tions. In such a situation,
many MLAs will not be
able to ask questions in
the assembly. But, even
after that, we will besiege
the government everyday
on a public issue,” the
Leader of Opposition,
Rajendra Rathore said.
Keshav Prasad Maurya, CP Joshi, Sumedhanand Saraswati,
Om Prakash Mathur, Ashok Parnami, Satish Poonia, Rajendra
Gehlot and other BJP leaders in Sikar on Thursday.
Leader of Opposition Rajendra Rathore along with other BJP
leaders during the meeting in Jaipur on Thursday.
T
ASSEMBLY SESSION Will attack State govt on one issue everyday: Rathore
BJPplanstotargetStategovtin
Assembly;marks7keyissues
Approvals for Development
Raj takes flight with fifty
new aviaries in `43.5 Cr
First India Bureau
Jaipur
Fifty birdhouses or aviar-
ies will be built for con-
servation and promotion
of birds in the state. Chief
Minister Ashok Gehlot
has approved an addi-
tional budget provision
of Rs 43.50 crore for the
construction of these avi-
aries. These aviaries will
be built at 33 Lavkush
gardens and 17 other
places.
These birdhouses will
be built on lines of the
birdhouse in Udaipur’s
Gulab Bagh. Rs 87 lakh
will be spent on construc-
tion, food for birds and
purchase of foreign birds.
In this way a total of Rs
43.50 crore will be spent.
With this approval, treat-
ment and promotion of
sick and injured birds
will be done.
Aishwary Pradhan
Jaipur
In view of the assembly
elections, BJP national
president JP Nadda will
reach Jaipur on Sunday.
Nadda will launch BJP’s
“Nahi Sahega Rajasthan
Campaign” in Jaipur’s
Bilwa village.
A meeting will also be
organized during this
time which JPNadda will
address. Under this cam-
paign, BJPwill campaign
against the Gehlot gov-
ernment in the villages
and Dhanis of the state
under which there will be
many programs includ-
ing meetings and public
relations along with
stickers.
Meanwhile, talking
about the campaign,
State President CP Joshi
said on Thursday, “A
committee has been
formed at the state level
to outline the movement.
BJP State Vice President
Jitendra Gothwal has
been appointed as Con-
vener and Shravan Bagdi
has been appointed as co-
convenor. Minister Pink-
esh Porwal, Sanvalaram
Devasi, Phoolsingh Mee-
na, Bihari Lal Vishnoi,
Omprakash Bhadana,
Himanshu Sharma, State
Media Coordinator
Pramod Vashisht, State
Media Relations Chief
Anand Sharma, Hirendra
Kaushik, Ramkesh Mee-
na, DrApoorva Singh and
Bhanu Pratap have been
appointed as member of
thecampaigncommittee.”
Naresh Sharma
Jaipur
Additional Chief Secre-
tary PHED SubodhAgar-
wal reprimanded Super-
intendent Engineer Sat-
ish Jain over his poor
functioning and warned
for suspension saying he
has permission from
minister for the same.
The ACS also sought
reports of various works
from Jain. Sources said
that disciplinary action
could be taken against
Satish Jain very soon.
PHED minister Ma-
hesh Joshi is also unhap-
py with the functioning
of SE Jain. In the meet-
ing, he reprimanded him
saying he considers him-
self above chief engineer.
He said that Jain only
talks and does not do any
work. The ACS said that
Jain takes the official
work as a part time job,
and only makes excuses.
He also scolded Jain for
repeated shutdowns .
He said that in the
name of shutdown, he
got the department de-
famed in the whole city.
Agrawal also targeted
ACE Arun Srivastava.
Executive Engineer
Girish Jain misled the
PHED minister over the
progress of some work.
During a recent meeting
at his residence, the min-
ister sought a report
about some projects in
Karbala area.
Vikas Sharma
Jaipur
Energy minister Bhanwar
Singh Bhati on Thursday
said that the consumer
having multiple electric-
ity connections will be
able to get the benefit of
free electricity scheme on
the connection of his
choice. He said that such
consumers may update
their choice in the infla-
tion relief camp.
The facility will also
be made available in
AEN offices soon. Bhati
held a press conference to
clear misconceptions re-
garding the free electric-
ity scheme. Bhati said
that aim of the scheme is
to provide free electricity
to the economically weak
consumers whose elec-
tricity consumption is
100 units per month.
First India Bureau
Jaipur
Union Minister Pralhad
Joshi will reach Jaipur
for the first time on Fri-
day after being appointed
in-charge of the state
elections . During this, he
will interact with other
leaders including BJPof-
fice bearers, Morcha
Presidents, District Pres-
idents, MLAs and former
MLAs at EP, Jawahar
Circle at 11 am. At 3 pm,
Pralhad Joshi will meet
with state leaders . After
this, in the evening Joshi
will leave for Benguluru.
Notably, on July 7,
Pralhad Joshi was ap-
pointed as the election
in-charge of Rajasthan
by BJPnational president
JP Nadda. Along with
him, Nitin Patel and Kul-
deep Vishnoi were also
appointed as co-election
in-charges.
STATE-OF-THE-ART PUBLIC FINANCIAL MGMT
AND TRAINING INSTITUTE IN JYOTI NAGAR
The new building of the Public Financial Manage-
ment and Training Institute will be constructed in
the Pension Office premises located in Jyoti Nagar,
Jaipur. Chief Minister Ashok
Gehlot has given approval of Rs
96.68 crore for the construction
of this 9-storey building. In this,
Rs 25 crore will be spent in the
current financial year. According to
the proposal, two basements of 52
car parking capacity each, auditorium, library, classroom,
offices for various commissions, conference halls of various
capacities, cafeteria etc. will be constructed in this building
to be built in an area of 2976.48 square yards.
Nadda to launch ‘Nahi Sahega
Rajasthan’ campaign on July 16
ACS Agarwal, PHED Minister express
displeasure with inefficient dept officials
‘1 Million consumers benefit
from free electricity scheme’
JP Nadda
Subodh Agarwal talking to officials during the meet on Thursday.
Bhanwar Singh Bhati speaking to officials in Jaipur on Thursday.
Union Minister Pralhad Joshi
BJP election in-charge
Joshi in Jaipur today
Hearing in SS
Randhawa case
now on 15 July
Singh discusses
how to strengthen
the grid system
4 kids drown in
river while playing
in Rajsamand
JDA frees `45 cr govt land
First India Bureau
Kota
Hearing on a petition
against a lower court or-
der to file a case against
Congress leader
Sukhjinder Singh Rand-
hawa on a complaint BY
BJP MLA Madan Dila-
war was postponed to-
day. The verdict was to
come today. Court posted
the matter for hearing on
July 24 for re-argument
on four points. Counsel
for MLADilawar, Manoj
Puri, said that on July 6,
the arguments on the pe-
tition were completed by
all parties.
First India Bureau
Jaipur
Union Minister for Pow-
er, New and Renewable
Energy RK Singh on
Thursday reviewed the
progress of
d e v e l o p -
ment of in-
t e r - s t a t e
transmission
system in a
meeting held in Jaipur.
The minister laid empha-
sis on completing the
projects in a time-bound
manner. Apart from this,
it was also discussed in
the meeting how to
strengthen grid system.
Ashish Choudhary
Rajsamand
Four children aged be-
tween 8 to 12 years died
due to drowning in a
river in Racheti village of
Rajsamand district.After
getting information, po-
lice reached the spot.Ac-
cording to police, all the
children belonged to the
Bagaria community and
were from the same fam-
ily. They drowned while
they were playing. Three
girls and a boy were
among the deceased.
First India Bureau
Jaipur
The enforcement wing of
Jaipur Development Au-
thority (JDA) on Thursday
removed encroachments
from a 5-bigha government
land in Karim Nagar of the
Kho Nagoriyan area. The
land is valued at around Rs.
45 crores in the market. “A
building in Dr Rajendra
Prasad Nagar was sealed,
due to illegal construc-
tion,” officials said.
Dr Rituraj Sharma
Jaipur
Former IAS Satya Naray-
an Singh passed away on
Thursday. He was 90.
Satya Narayan Singh
was unwell
from quite
some time
and was ad-
mitted in a
private hos-
pital in Jaipur. Chief
Minister Ashok Gehlot
expressed grief over his
sad demise and spoke to
his family on phone. Ra-
jiv Arora, Om Rajoriya
reached SN Singh’s resi-
dence in Vidhyut Nagar
and met the grieving
family members. IAS OP
Saini, NC Goyal and
other former bureaucrats
also paid homage to the
departed soul.
RetdIASSatyaNarayan
Singh passes away at 90
My deepest
condolences
on the demise
of retired IAS Dr Satya
Narayan Singh Saini,
former chairman of
I pray to God to give
peace to the departed
soul and give strength
to the bereaved family
members in this dif-
ficult time.
Ashok Gehlot
@ashokgehlot51
BUSINESS ADVISORY COMMITTEE
DISCUSSES IMPORTANT BILLS
The meeting of the Business Advisory Com-
mittee culminated on Thursday evening under
the chairmanship of Assembly Speaker Dr.CP
Joshi wherein discussion was held on work till 18th
July. BAC meeting will be held again on 18th July. No-
tably, three Bills to be tabled on July 17 i.e. Mahatma
Gandhi Institute of Governance and Social Science
Bill, Rajiv Gandhi Fintech Digital Bill and Rajasthani
University Teachers and Temporary Amalgama-
tion Amendment Bill and on July 18, the Rajasthan
Organized Crime Control Bill and Rajasthan Prison Bill
will be tabled in the House. Notably, as the assembly
session will start from Friday, the proceedings of the
house will start at 1:15 pm and there will be no ques-
tion hour in the house at 11 am owing to the special
address of President Draupadi Murmu. Meanwhile the
formal start of proceedings of the house will be from
1:15 pm and Principal Secretary will keep the details
of those Bills on the table of the House that have been
passed in the previous and current session. Rules
committee 2023-2024 first report will be also be tabled
by Sanyam Lodha. BAC’s report will be placed on the
House by Dy Chief Whip Mahendra Chaudhary. More-
over, In-charge minister Shanti Dhariwal will propose
Rajasthan Laws Repeal Bill 2023. YogeshSharma
BJP’S SEVEN ISSUES:
z Law and Order
z Loan waiver
z Corruption
z Unemployment-Paper
leak
z Electricity rates
z Administrative negli-
gence
z Biparjoy storm
MADAN LAL SAINI
STRUGGLED FOR A
LONG TIME FOR THE
FARMERS AND THE
LABORERS. SAINI
ALSO BECAME MLA
AND RAJYA SABHA
MP. BEING A MEMBER
OF PARLIAMENT,
EVEN I ALSO GOT
VERY VALUABLE
GUIDANCE FROM HIM.
CP JOSHI,
BJP STATE PRESIDENT
CM Ashok Gehlot
DEFYING GOVT, DOCS
INCREASE FEE
Defying the govt
order, most of
senior doctors of
SMS hospital in Jaipur are
charging upto double the
fee fixed by the govt. The
consultation charges fixed
by the state govt are Rs 100
for assistant professor, Rs
125 for associate professor,
Rs 150 for professor and
Rs 200 for senior professor.
However, some doctors are
charging Rs 800 and some
Rs 500. Even associate
professor rank doctors are
taking consultation fees of
Rs 400 from patients. The
rates were fixed 12 years
ago and since then, there
was no review of the rates
at any level.
Navin Sharma
Bharatpur
ACB Bharatpur unit on
the instruction of head-
quarter arrested Amir-
chand, Assistant Sub-In-
spector, Police Station
Uchain, district Bharat-
pur, while taking a bribe
of Rs 10,000 from the
complainant onThursday.
Hemant Priyadarshy,
the Director (Additional
Charge) of theACB, stat-
ed that a complaint was
filed at the Bharatpur unit
of ACB, alleging that
Amirchand was demand-
ing a bribe of Rs 11,000
in connection with a
pending case.
After verifying the
complaint, a trap was laid
and Amirchand was ar-
rested. During the verifi-
cation of the complaint, a
bribe of Rs 1,000 had
already been taken from
the complainant.
First India Bureau
Kota
Apatient died of suspect-
ed burn injuries in Kota
Medical College on
Wednesday night while
he was being given Direct
Current (DC) Cardiover-
sion-Defibrillation fol-
lowing a cardiac arrest.
Sources informed that the
hospital staff was giving
cardiac shock to the vic-
tim, during which the
mask of deceased caught
fire due to which, his face
 neck were burnt.
“The incident took
place at around 10 pm on
Wednesday. The family
members claimed that the
victim died to negligence
of hospital staff which
created ruckus on Thurs-
day. Meanwhile, the doc-
tors said that the patient
had already died and was
being given a cardiac
shock as a last resort,”
police said.
“There is nothing like
negligence. We will get
the postmortem done by
a medical board. Along
with this, a committee
will also be formed to in-
vestigate entire incident,”
said Hospital Superinten-
dent Dr RP Meena.
First India Bureau
Jaipur
Founder of Help India
Online Foundation, Jag-
dish Pareek, was arrest-
ed by Odisha police
from Jaipur Airport on
Thursday. Police in-
formed the accused
duped crores of rupees
from several people in
the last five years.
“Jagdish Pareek
changed 20 offices in
five years and duped
several people with
crores of rupees. Crimi-
nal cases have been reg-
istered against Jagdish in
Shipra Path, Shyam Na-
gar, and Chitrakoot Po-
lice Stations of the city.
Cases have been filed in
cities like Cuttack, Bhu-
baneshwar, and others,”
police said.
The Jaipur Airport
Police Station also as-
sisted in the arrest of the
accused.
Sumit Kumar
New Delhi
Electric buses will ply in
the Sariska Tiger Re-
serve area. Rajasthan
government’s affidavit in
Supreme Court in TN
Godavarman case. Gov-
ernment has tied up with
a private organization to
run buses.
An expert committee
has been constituted un-
der the leadership of
Principal Chief Conser-
vator of Forests and oth-
ers on behalf of the Su-
preme Court and it has
sought reply from Ra-
jasthan government in
six weeks.
The Rajasthan govern-
ment plans to run a total
of 21 enviroment friend-
ly electric buses. Entry
will be from two gates
(Sariska/Tehla). Senior
advocate Dr Manish Sin-
ghvi filed an affidavit in
which he apprised the
Supreme Court about the
work being done by
the government in the
matter of rehabilitation
of villagers living in the
forest area.
Gul Mohammad
Kota
The POCSO court sen-
tenced a 72-year-old man
to life imprisonment on
Thursday in a seven-
month-old rape case of a
four-year-old. The judge
sentenced Gopal Lal of
Kota to life imprisonment
along with a fine of Rs
20,000.
The accused was a dis-
tant relative of the victim
and was arrested on De-
cember 27, 2022, after
which the challan was
presented in the court on
February 27, 2023.
The court also wrote a
poem for the victim to
praise her mother’s cour-
age while delivering the
judgement.
VikasSharma
Jaipur
Inabizarreincidentofcor-
ruption at SMS Hospital,
the firms from which the
hospital administration
procured medicines and
equipment through proper
tenders and made pay-
ments worth millions of
rupees have vanished.
When penalties were im-
posed on these firms, they
went missing.
Despite nearly 5-yrs
passed, these firms could
not be located. About 13
such firms, as LD recover-
ies,oweRs1.10crore.Let-
ters were written to the
Central Drug Store,
RMRS, and Chiranjeevi
Section by the hospital ad-
ministration to recover the
outstanding payments.
First India Bureau
Jodhpur
Acase has been registered
against the then SHO of
Ratanada police station
Leelaram Meghwal and
otherpolicemeninconnec-
tion with Lovely Kandara
encounter. The FIR was
registered with Ratanada
police station on direction
by a court for murder and
causing disappearance of
evidence. Kandara was
killed in police encounter
on 13 Oct 2021.
First India Bureau
Jaipur
In a major relief to the as-
piring candidates appear-
ing for competitive ex-
aminations in Rajasthan,
the state government will
soon implement a one-
time registration fee sys-
tem. The DoP issued a
circular in regard on
Wednesday and the new
system is likely to start
from July itself.
As per the new system,
applicants will not have to
pay the application fee
repeatedly for various
competitive examinations
conducted by Rajasthan
Public Service Commis-
sion and Rajasthan Staff
Selection Board. For can-
didates of the general cat-
egory, a fee of Rs. 600
will be charged while for
aspirants of the reserve
category and specially-
abled, a one-time fee of
Rs. 400 will be taken.
Along with RPSC and
RSMSSB, the system will
also apply to recruitment
in autonomous agencies
like DLB, Discoms, Ra-
jasthan Housing Board
(RHB) and others.
PK Agarwal
Chittorgarh
TheAnti-Corruption Bu-
reau (ACB) has recov-
ered huge cash and dis-
proportionate assets
worth crores of rupees
during a search at the
houses of Executive En-
gineer Rajendra Kumar
Lakhera, who was ar-
rested on Wednesday
while accepting a bribe
of Rs. 4 lakhs. ACB
sleuths informed that
cash amounting to Rs.
68.71 lakhs and docu-
ments related to various
movable and immovable
properties have also been
recovered from the house
of PWD engineer.
“Two residential hous-
es, three agricultural land,
three four-wheelers, two
two-wheelers and docu-
ments of two bank lock-
ers were also recovered
during raid at house of
Rajendra Lakhera,”ACB
officials said.
RAJASTHAN
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RPS TRANSFERS IN RAJ
98 officers shifted in State ahead of Assembly polls
First India Bureau
Jaipur
otal of 98 Ra-
jasthan Police
Service (RPS)
officers were transferred
in Rajasthan late on
Wednesday night.
The state government
has started transfers of
the officers, who are
posted on the same place
for a period of three years
or more, ahead of the as-
sembly elections.
The transfer list of
RPS officers was issued
by the home department.
Another list is also ex-
pected soon. Officers in
Jaipur police Commis-
sionerate have also been
changed. Also, the en-
forcement officer of JDA
was also transferred.
T
ASIinACBnetfortaking`10K;
BJPDausaex-prezgetsrelief
BJP’S RATAN TIWARI ACQUITTED FROM ACB COURT
Dausa: Former BJP district president of Dausa Ratan
Tiwari has been acquitted in a case of graft after ACB
filed FIR in case. The court accepted the FR. An FIR
against Tiwari was registered for alleged corruption regarding
NOC for nursing college. The case was registered against
50 institutions. Only Tiwari’s institution did not get a clean
chit and Tiwari had to go underground due to fear of arrest.
Against this FIR, he approached High Court, but could not get
relief here. Against the order of HC, he approached the Su-
preme court but the apex court upheld the decision. However,
ACB submitted FR in the case due to lack of evidence which
was accepted by ACB court. Laxmikant Sharma
BJP leader Dr. Ratan Tiwari, District President Dr. Prabhudayal
Sharma and others addressing the media in Dausa on Thursday.
Accused ASI Amirchand.
ACB recovers `68.71L cash from PWD XEn’s residence
Hardcore criminals tobe
producedincourtviaVC
Kuldeep Jagheena murder effect
Shivendra Parmar
Jaipur
Rajasthan police will
form committees at dis-
trict level for the identi-
fication of such crimi-
nals lodged in various
jail who have risk of
beingattackedwhilebe-
ing taken for hearing in
courts. Principal secy
home Anand Kumar
held a meeting of senior
officers in the wake of
the murder of a criminal
while being taken for
hearing in a Bharatpur
court on Wednesday.
A list of such crimi-
nals lodged in jails in
differentdistrictswillbe
prepared. Such crimi-
nals will be produced
through video confer-
encing like the high se-
curity jail of Ajmer due
to security reasons.
SPs of the concerned
district, where criminal
has to be produced and
where the jail is located,
will provide adequate
security arrangements
for movement and such
prisoners will be sent in
a police vehicle instead
of a normal bus.
On Jagheena Murder,
DG Mishra said that the
investigation into the
incident of firing at
Amoli toll plaza in
Bharatpur district has
been handed over to IG
Crime Prafulla Kumar
and he has reached
Bharatpur.
Kuldeep Jagheena was murdered in police custody at Amoli
toll plaza in Bharatpur on Wednesday by rival group. FILE
Demanding action, relatives sitting on dharna in Kota on Thursday.
ACCUSED SENT TO 5-DAY POLICE REMAND
LEOPARDWHOCREATED
PANICINBARMER,KILLED
MANYANIMALS,CAUGHT
SARISKA TO BECOME ‘GREATER SARISKA’, PROPOSAL SENT TO STATE GOVT
The two accused held in the murder case of
gangster Kuldeep Jagheena in Bharatpur on
Wednesday was produced before a court on
Thursday and sent on five-days of police remand.
Investigating Officer Hari Narayan Meena produced
Saurabh and Dharamraj Meena in court, following
which, they were sent to police remand.
Barmer: Forest
department officials
on Thursday caught
the leopard that killed many
animals and had created
panic among the locals.
People have been living
under fear for the past two
week. Ranger of forest de-
partment, Chandra Prakash
said following the informa-
tion about the big cat, a
rescue team was pressed
into action and on Thursday
they finally caught it.
 Mukesh Mathrani
The dream of Greater Sariska is likely to come true
soon. The Forest Department has sent a proposal to
the state govt in this regard. There is preparation to add
blocks of Alwar, Jaipur and Dausa in the Sariska tiger reserve. A
large part of Rajgarh  Alwar range will be part of Sariska, said
an official. A large part of Jaipur North will also be included. The
proposal to include Dausa’s Bandikui range also in Sariska. At
present the area of 881 square km of Sariska will be one and a
half times more. The proposal has been sent to the State Govt
at the level of Chief Wildlife Warden. Nirmal Tiwari
Patient dies due to burn injuries in
hospital;familyallegesnegligence
Electric buses to ply in Sariska Tiger Reserve
HelpIndiafounder
arrestedatJprairport No trace of firms owing `1 cr to SMS
Case filed against
then SHO in Lovely
encounter issue
Register one time for
competitive exams
72-yr-old gets lifer
in rape case in Kota
Jagdish Pareek
z Deepti Joshi (Addl DCP Jaipur Headquarters)
z Shalini Raj (Addl DCP, Investigation Unit for
Crime against Women - South)
z Rajesh Kumar Meshram (Addl DCP, East)
z Hariprasad Soman (Addl DCP, Licensing,
Commissionerate)
z Bijendra Singh Bhati (Addl DCP North-II)
z Syed Mustafa Ali Zaidi (Addl DC East)
z Sandhya Yadav (Addl DCP Traffic - North)
z Rajendra Singh Sisodia (Addl DCP Traffic,
South)
z Jagdish Prasad Vyas (Addl DCP West HQ)
z Neeraj Pathak (Addl DCP South)
DEEPTI JOSHI, SHALINI RAJ AMONG
OFFICERS WHO TRANSFERRED IN JAIPUR
Sumit Gupta, Rakesh
Kachwal, Yashpal
Tripathi, Dharmendra
Singh Sagar, Simartha Ram,
Saurabh Tiwadi, Ganesh Ram
Jat, Dharmendra Kumar Yadav,
Durgaram Chaudhary, Suresh
Kumar, Siddhant Sharma,
Devendra Kumar Sharma,
Sameer Kumar Dubey, Mohesh
Chaudhary, Jassa Ram Bose,
Rajneesh Poonia, Naresh Kumar
Soyal, Surendra Singh Sagar,
Radhuveer Saini, Sohail Raja
and Ranu Sharma.
OTHER OFFICERS WHO
HAVE BEEN SHIFTED
Scam at ‘lifeline’ SMS Hospital!
ASI Amirchand had
sought `11K in
connection with a
pending case
jay Banga,
the newly-
appointed
President of
the World
Bank, is taking the helm at
a pivotal moment. The
devastating effects of the
COVID-19 pandemic have
impeded progress in devel-
oping countries and pushed
124 million people into
extreme poverty.And Rus-
sia’s full-scale invasion of
Ukraine, which has exac-
erbated inflation and US-
China tensions, promises
to trigger even more vola-
tility. Consequently, the
Bank projects that eco-
nomic activity in emerging
economies will not return
to pre-pandemic levels by
2024.
Low- and middle-in-
come countries need the
World Bank to spearhead
global efforts to reduce ex-
treme poverty and enhance
living standards. By help-
ing them to reduce their
debt burdens and combat
climate change, the Bank
could also help to improve
their air and water quality,
increase their access to
clean energy, and bolster
their food security.
But skepticism about the
Bank’s capacity to address
the challenges facing de-
veloping countries is run-
ning high. In a recent
speech, Banga said that the
World Bank needs a “new
playbook” for engaging
with the developing world.
While this is undoubtedly
true, any updated strategy
must acknowledge a fun-
damental truth: the Bank is
unlikely to have enough
capital to finance the in-
vestments required to ad-
dress the enormous chal-
lenges facing poor coun-
tries. Given this, it must
mobilize its knowledge
and relationships, as well
as its capital, to encourage
investments that enhance
growth and employment
while also facilitating the
green transition.
That means establishing
itself as its stakeholders’
partner of choice. By col-
laborating with policy-
makers in developing and
developed countries, other
multilateral development
banks, and the private sec-
tor, the World Bank could
incentivize what Banga
has called “informed risk-
taking.” This approach
would enable the Bank to
use its limited balance
sheet to encourage pri-
vate, public, bilateral,
and multilateral lenders
to increase their annual
investments in sustain-
able development
from “billions to
trillions” of dol-
lars. But first,
Banga must guide
the institution to-
ward complete
transparency.
The Bank’s tech-
nical teams, working
closely with other mul-
tilateral lenders, must es-
timate the additional out-
put that each dollar in-
vested in such
p r o -
jects could generate. For
example, consider a pro-
ject that contributes 30
cents to GDP for every
dollar of investment, re-
sulting in a 30% rate of
return. For such a project
to be deemed economi-
cally viable, the borrowing
cost would need to remain
below 30%.
 SOURCE: PROJECT SYNDICATE
TOP
TWEETS
SPIRITUAL SPEAK
The lathicharge on BJP workers in Patna
is the result of the failure and indignation
of the state government. The Grand
Alliance government is attacking democracy to
save the citadel of corruption. To save the person
who has been chargesheeted, the Chief Minister
of Bihar has even forgotten his morality.
Jagat Prakash Nadda
@JPNadda
Historic Moment for
India! Immensely proud
of #TOPScheme athlete @
JyothiYarraji for etching her name in
history as she clinches India’s 1st ever
golden in Women’s 100m hurdles event
at the Asian Athletics Championships.
Anurag Thakur
@ianuragthakur
Lust, anger and greed
are the three gates to
self-destructive hell.
 BHAGAVAD GITA
PERSPECT VE
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PROSPECTIVE
PROJECTS
Publishing this data would
enable governments to
identify infrastructure
projects with the greatest
potential to boost growth,
help private investors
make informed financ-
ing decisions, and allow
civil-society groups to hold
leaders to account.
By cultivating a culture of
transparency regarding the
costs and benefits of the
Bank’s investments, Ban-
ga could boost its credibil-
ity. Increased trust would
encourage shareholders to
consider capital increases,
and engagement with the
private sector and other
development institutions
would generate scale
and momentum.
To be sure, changing the
World Bank’s culture will
not be easy. But many
people around the world
have been waiting for such
an effort, and they would
likely support Banga in
transforming a lethargic
institution into a powerful
force promoting a just and
sustainable future.
Changingtheculture
attheWorldBank
To tackle the complex challenges facing the World
Bank, its newly-appointed President, Ajay Banga,
must prove that the institution can become a vehicle
for sustainable development and transformative
change. But first, Banga must guide the Bank
toward complete transparency. The first step
toward a more effective World Bank has already
been taken by the Bank’s partners during the recent
Paris Summit for a New Global Financing Pact
IN-DEPTH
PRIME MINISTER
NARENDRA MODI AT
BASTILLE DAY PARADE
ED and delusional
Opposition parties
astille Day, the national victory day in France
on July 14, will be an important day for In-
dia. On this day France celebrates the fall of
the fortress prison Bastille. Some days later on Au-
gust 4, 1789 feudalism was abolished and constitu-
tional democracy introduced. This year is important
for India as Prime Minister Narendra Modi will be
the guest of honour at Bastille Day which is marked
by Europe’s oldest and biggest military parade on
Champs-Elysees.
India and France are ramping up their defence ties
to include stronger defence co-operation between the
two militaries, deal for maritime security in the In-
dian Ocean and also the Indo-Pacific. Rafale-M
fighters and a Scorpene submarine are on India’s
shopping list. With France emerging as a major trad-
ing partner with annual trade of USD 12.42 billion
in 2021-22.
Both the countries being strong votaries of a bipolar
world, France has historically been a close ally of In-
dia and those ties are going to be strengthened further.
B
he Supreme Court’s recent order declaring
extension given to the Enforcement Director
was seen as some sort of victory by opposi-
tion leaders whereas in reality there’s nothing for
them to cheer. The term of ED Director SK Mishra
has been cut short by only a few months. Instead of
November he will now be allowed to remain in office
till July 31, just four months earlier. Had the order
come when he was given an extension in November
2022 it could have still been of some significance but
not at this point in time when Mishra has prepared a
template for his successors to follow.
If opposition lead-
ers expect the ED to
change its style and
stop going after the
corrupt, they are sad-
ly mistaken. In Un-
ion Home Minister
Amit Shah’s words
they are “delusion-
al”. Indeed, the En-
forcement Directo-
rate will not stop its
drive against money
laundering so long as
Amit Shah is the
home minister. And
there’s no sign of him
going anywhere, not
today and not in the
near future. That
should cut short the
sigh of relief many
must be taking after the SC order.
It would make sense to look at the SC order in
perspective. Amendments giving five-year tenure to
the chiefs of the Enforcement Directorate and the
Central Bureau of Investigation were upheld by the
Apex Court.Also upheld were amendments granting
upto three extensions of one year each beyond the
five-year term of the two directors. What should op-
position leaders worry about is that ED’s powers to
arrest and attach property are intact.
T
The Supreme Court’s
recent order
declaring extension
given to the ED was
seen as some sort of
victory by opposition
leaders whereas in
reality there’s
nothing for them to
cheer. The term of ED
Director SK Mishra
has been cut short by
only a few months.
Bertrand
Badré
The writer is a former
managing director of the
World Bank, is CEO and
Founder of Blue like an
Orange Sustainable Capital
and the author of Can
Finance Save the World?
Peter Blair
Henry
The writer is a senior fellow
at the Hoover Institution
and the Freeman Spogli
Institute for International
Studies, is the author of
Turnaround: Third World
Lessons for First World
Growth
A
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  • 1. BONJOUR BONJOUR N Na aM Mo o! ! Moni Sharma Paris Prime Minister Narendra ModiarrivedinFrancefor an official two-day visit. He was welcomed at the airport by French Prime Minister Élisabeth Borne. HeisvisitingFranceatthe official invitation of Pres- ident Emmanuel Macron. Ahead of his departure to France, PM Modi in a statement said he is look- ing forward to meeting Macron, and holding dis- cussions on taking for- ward the partnership be- tween both nations. PM Modi who arrived at Paris received a rousing welcome from Indian di- aspora. They accorded a warm welcomed to PM while raising slogans of “Bharat Mata Ki Jai”. P6 This visit will provide a new impetus to bilateral strategic partnership. I look forward to holding wide-ranging discussions with President Macron on taking forward this time-tested relationship over the next 25 years. NARENDRA MODI, PRIME MINISTER DOSTI, DIPLOMACY, DEFENCE: MODI TO HOLD TALKS WITH MACRON TODAY PM MODI GETS RED CARPET WELCOME AS HE ARRIVES IN PARIS NOD TO PROCUREMENT OF 26 RAFALE JETS PM’S PLANS FOR TODAY On the day of Modi’s visit to France, the DAC chaired by Defence Minister Rajnath Singh, the apex decision making body of MoD, on Thursday cleared the make in India of 3 Scorpene class submarines and sourcing of 26 marine version of Rafale jets. These key technology proposals are expected to come up when PM Modi meets Prez Macron today.  PM Modi will be guest of honour at annual Bastille Day Parade, Indian tri- service contingent will also participate in the event  3 Rafale fighter jets of In- dian Air Force (IAF) will also join flypast on the occasion, along with the French jets  PM Narendra Modi will also hold talks with Presi- dent Emmanuel Macron to take forward cooperation in a range of key areas PM MODI HOLDS TALKS WITH PRESIDENT OF FRENCH SENATE AND PM ELISABETH PM Narendra Modi on Thursday held talks with French counterpart Elisabeth Borne on Thursday, with an aim to boost strategic ties between the two nations. Earlier, in an interaction with President of the French Sen- ate Gérard Larcher, Modi “deliberated on a range of issues of mutual interest and agreed to work together to deepen India-France cooperation. PM Narendra Modi, France’s PM Elisabeth Borne and Deputy General to Military Governor of Paris Eric Chasboeuf walk past French Republican Guards at Orly airport in Orly, Paris’ suburb on Thursday. Prime Minister Narendra Modi greets a child as he receives a warm welcome from the Indian community in Paris on Thursday. PM Narendra Modi with Gerard Larcher in Paris on Thursday. Jaipur, Friday | July 14, 2023 firstindia.co.in RNI NUMBER: RAJENG/2019/77764 | VOL 5 | ISSUE NO. 38 | PAGES 12 | `3.00 Rajasthan’s Own English Newspaper firstindia.co.in/epapers/jaipur thefirstindia thefirstindia thefirstindia SENSEX 65,558.89 164.99 BSE 19,413.75 29.45 NIFTY 35°C 26°C Min Humidity 74% Max Mostly cloudy, couple of showers & thunderstorm FORECAST ISRO Chief S Somanath visits Chengalamma Parameswari temple, Tirupati on Thursday to pray for successful launch of the Chandrayaan-3 today. IN BRIEF A Presidential First!  President Droupadi Murmu will address the Rajasthan Assembly at 11:00 am today  This is the first time that the President’s address will be held in the Rajasthan Assembly Yogesh Sharma Jaipur In the eighth session of the 15th Rajasthan Legis- lativeAssembly, a special address will be given by President Droupadi Mur- mu on Friday. Assembly Speaker Dr CP Joshi said that President’s address is being held in Assembly for 1st time and it will be a proud and historic mo- ment for all. Joshi will give welcome address & Governor Kalraj Mishra along with legislators and dignitaries will be present on occasion. During the day, she will offer prayers at Khatu Shyam ji. Later, she will address seminar organised by Common- wealth Parl Association followed by a dinner. P8 President Droupadi Murmu being welcomed by Governor Kalraj Mishra in presence of Dr CP Joshi at Jaipur Airport on Thursday. 8TH SESSION OF RAJ ASSEMBLY TO RESUME TODAY The meeting of the 8th session of the 15th Rajast- han Legislative Assembly began on January 23 was adjourned sine die on March 21. Since the budget session was not prorogued, the upcoming session from to- day is a continuation of the budget session instead of mon- soon session to be called by Governor. The proceedings of house will start at 1:15 pm and there will be no question hour in house owing to special address of the President. P2 First India Bureau Patna Jehanabad BJP district general secretary Vijay Kumar Singh on Thurs- day succumbed after be- ing admitted to Patna Medical College Hospital (PMCH) for treatment, following grievous inju- ries allegedly received in the heavy lathi-charge resorted to by Bihar po- lice on the participants of the BJP’s Vidhan Sabha march on Thursday. However, Patna Police and district administra- tion did not confirm the death due to lathi-charge. BJP leader killed in police lathi-charge TOP RAJASTHAN STORIES Pralhad Joshi on 1-day visit to Jaipur today Rajasthan government shifts 98 RPS officers Jaipur: Union Minister Pral- had Joshi will reach Jaipur for first time on Friday after be- ing appointed in-charge of the State elections and will camp in Jaipur for 1 day. He will in- teract with leaders including BJP office bearers, Morcha Presidents, Dist Presidents, MLAs and former MLAs. P2 Jaipur: 98 Rajasthan Police Service officers were trans- ferred in Rajasthan late on Wednesday night. The state government has started transfers of the officers, who are posted on the same place for a period of three years or more, ahead of the assembly elections. The transfer list was issued by the home department. P3 Overflowing Yamuna: 12 NDRF teams on toes ‘Dynamitetometaverse’ ismatterofconcern:HM First India Bureau New Delhi A dozen NDRF teams have been deployed in Delhi to tackle the situa- tion in view of increased water levels in the Ya- muna river, officials said on Thursday. The teams are helping the adminis- tration in evacuating the flood affected residents. EmergencyDDMAmeet- ing was also held to dis- cuss situation arising out of rising level inYamuna. First India Bureau Gurugram In a plea to the global community, Union HM Amit Shah on Thursday highlighted the evolving security challenges from “dynamite to metaverse” and “hawala to crypto- currency.” During his ad- dress at the ‘G20 Confer- ence on Crime and Secu- rity in the Age of NFTs, AI and Metaverse,’ Shah emphasized the need for the G20 countries to tran- scend the conventional boundaries and take ac- tion against crimes. P6 Rescue team help a cow through flooded area in Delhi on Thursday. Amit Shah at inaugural session of G20 in Gurugram on Thursday. The G20 has so far focused on digital transformation and data flow from an economic perspective, but now it is important to understand aspects of crime, find solution. AMIT SHAH, UNION HM KEY HIGHLIGHTS  Schools, colleges in Delhi to remain closed till Sunday  Floodwater 350 metres away from Kejriwal’s home  Crematoriums shut, WFH advised, drinking water crisis  Govt bans entry of heavy goods vehicles in New Delhi  Amid the Yamuna level surge, water enters Red fort  Met predicts light-moder- ate rain in New Delhi today  ’Yellow’ alert for tomorrow  After years of dilly-dal- lying, Elon Musk’s Tesla has opened discussions with Indian govt for an in- vestment proposal to set up a car factory in country with an annual capacity of as many as 5 lakh electric vehicles with prices be- ginning from `20 lakh.  In a landmark decision, the International Cricket Council (ICC) on Thurs- day has declared that men’s and women’s teams competing in ICC events will receive equal prize money. This decision was announced at annual conf.  ‘Terrorists fired upon three outside labourers in Shopian. Injured persons are Anmol Kumar, Pintu Kumar Thakur and Her- alal Yadav, all residents of Dist Supaul, Bihar, being shifted to hospital,” Kash- mir Zone Police said. PENSION BENEFICIARY PROGRAM Cabinet gives nod to ‘Minimum Guaranteed Income Bill’ THE PENSION BENEFICIARIES EXPRESSED THEIR GRATITUDE TO CM ASHOK GEHLOT FOR THE SENSITIVE DECISION TO INCREASE THE SOCIAL SECURITY PENSION Naresh Sharma Jaipur hief Minister Ashok Gehlot said on Thurs- day that the government would introduce the Min- imum Guaranteed In- come Bill in the assem- bly session beginning on Friday. Gehlot was ad- dressing the Social Secu- rity Pension Beneficiary Program at the Chief Minister’s residence. He said that it is the respon- sibility of the govern- ment to provide social security to every person. He said that the state govt is ensuring social se- curity to the people of the state through various schemes.MinimumGuar- anteedIncomeBillwillbe another important step of the State government in thisdirection.Cabinet has given its consent to this bill through circulation & this bill will be brought in Assembly. MORE ON P8 Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot with the beneficiaries during virtual Social Security Pension Beneficiary Program at CMR on Thursday. Also seen here are Tikaram Jully, Usha Sharma and others. C
  • 2. RAJASTHAN www.firstindia.co.in firstindia.co.in/epapers/jaipur thefirstindia thefirstindia thefirstindia 02 Jaipur, Friday | July 14, 2023 MADAN LAL SAINI STATUE UNVEILING PROGRAMME We have to work just like Saini did: Maurya Ramesh Sharma Jaipur he statue of former BJP state president late Madan Lal Saini was unveiled in his an- cestral village Radhakis- hanpura in Sikar district. UP Deputy CM Keshav Prasad Maurya, BJP State President CPJoshi, deputy leader of opposi- tion Satish Poonia, for- mer state president Ashok Parnami and sev- eral other leaders attend- ed the programme. Senior leader Om Ma- thur said that Madan Lal Saini was the only leader who gave more impor- tance to the organisation and the party than his family. He said that Madanlal Saini always kept on fulfilling every single responsibility of the organization. UP Deputy CM Kes- hav Prasad Maurya said the BJP government is sure to win the upcom- ing elections in Ra- jasthan. “We have to work for the party just like Saini did,” he said. Maurya said that PM Modi and Saini have worked together for the party and the organisa- tion. State President CP Joshi said that Madan Lal Saini worked for a long time from Jana Sangh to becoming the state president of BJP. CP Joshi said that Saini had the courage to call the right the right and the lie a lie. Aishwary Pradhan Jaipur In the assembly session starting from Friday, BJP has made preparations to surround the govern- ment. On Thursday, Leader of Opposition in the Assembly Rajendra Rathore took a meeting of the BJP Legislature Party regarding this. It has been decided in the meeting that the BJP will attack the government on one issue everyday. BJP has fixed 7 issues for this week-long session. Lead- er of Opposition Rajen- dra Rathore said that this government has done the work of weakening par- liamentary democracy. BJP has decided seven issues for seven days. “By not proroguing the January session, the gov- ernment has deprived the MLAs from asking ques- tions. In such a situation, many MLAs will not be able to ask questions in the assembly. But, even after that, we will besiege the government everyday on a public issue,” the Leader of Opposition, Rajendra Rathore said. Keshav Prasad Maurya, CP Joshi, Sumedhanand Saraswati, Om Prakash Mathur, Ashok Parnami, Satish Poonia, Rajendra Gehlot and other BJP leaders in Sikar on Thursday. Leader of Opposition Rajendra Rathore along with other BJP leaders during the meeting in Jaipur on Thursday. T ASSEMBLY SESSION Will attack State govt on one issue everyday: Rathore BJPplanstotargetStategovtin Assembly;marks7keyissues Approvals for Development Raj takes flight with fifty new aviaries in `43.5 Cr First India Bureau Jaipur Fifty birdhouses or aviar- ies will be built for con- servation and promotion of birds in the state. Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot has approved an addi- tional budget provision of Rs 43.50 crore for the construction of these avi- aries. These aviaries will be built at 33 Lavkush gardens and 17 other places. These birdhouses will be built on lines of the birdhouse in Udaipur’s Gulab Bagh. Rs 87 lakh will be spent on construc- tion, food for birds and purchase of foreign birds. In this way a total of Rs 43.50 crore will be spent. With this approval, treat- ment and promotion of sick and injured birds will be done. Aishwary Pradhan Jaipur In view of the assembly elections, BJP national president JP Nadda will reach Jaipur on Sunday. Nadda will launch BJP’s “Nahi Sahega Rajasthan Campaign” in Jaipur’s Bilwa village. A meeting will also be organized during this time which JPNadda will address. Under this cam- paign, BJPwill campaign against the Gehlot gov- ernment in the villages and Dhanis of the state under which there will be many programs includ- ing meetings and public relations along with stickers. Meanwhile, talking about the campaign, State President CP Joshi said on Thursday, “A committee has been formed at the state level to outline the movement. BJP State Vice President Jitendra Gothwal has been appointed as Con- vener and Shravan Bagdi has been appointed as co- convenor. Minister Pink- esh Porwal, Sanvalaram Devasi, Phoolsingh Mee- na, Bihari Lal Vishnoi, Omprakash Bhadana, Himanshu Sharma, State Media Coordinator Pramod Vashisht, State Media Relations Chief Anand Sharma, Hirendra Kaushik, Ramkesh Mee- na, DrApoorva Singh and Bhanu Pratap have been appointed as member of thecampaigncommittee.” Naresh Sharma Jaipur Additional Chief Secre- tary PHED SubodhAgar- wal reprimanded Super- intendent Engineer Sat- ish Jain over his poor functioning and warned for suspension saying he has permission from minister for the same. The ACS also sought reports of various works from Jain. Sources said that disciplinary action could be taken against Satish Jain very soon. PHED minister Ma- hesh Joshi is also unhap- py with the functioning of SE Jain. In the meet- ing, he reprimanded him saying he considers him- self above chief engineer. He said that Jain only talks and does not do any work. The ACS said that Jain takes the official work as a part time job, and only makes excuses. He also scolded Jain for repeated shutdowns . He said that in the name of shutdown, he got the department de- famed in the whole city. Agrawal also targeted ACE Arun Srivastava. Executive Engineer Girish Jain misled the PHED minister over the progress of some work. During a recent meeting at his residence, the min- ister sought a report about some projects in Karbala area. Vikas Sharma Jaipur Energy minister Bhanwar Singh Bhati on Thursday said that the consumer having multiple electric- ity connections will be able to get the benefit of free electricity scheme on the connection of his choice. He said that such consumers may update their choice in the infla- tion relief camp. The facility will also be made available in AEN offices soon. Bhati held a press conference to clear misconceptions re- garding the free electric- ity scheme. Bhati said that aim of the scheme is to provide free electricity to the economically weak consumers whose elec- tricity consumption is 100 units per month. First India Bureau Jaipur Union Minister Pralhad Joshi will reach Jaipur for the first time on Fri- day after being appointed in-charge of the state elections . During this, he will interact with other leaders including BJPof- fice bearers, Morcha Presidents, District Pres- idents, MLAs and former MLAs at EP, Jawahar Circle at 11 am. At 3 pm, Pralhad Joshi will meet with state leaders . After this, in the evening Joshi will leave for Benguluru. Notably, on July 7, Pralhad Joshi was ap- pointed as the election in-charge of Rajasthan by BJPnational president JP Nadda. Along with him, Nitin Patel and Kul- deep Vishnoi were also appointed as co-election in-charges. STATE-OF-THE-ART PUBLIC FINANCIAL MGMT AND TRAINING INSTITUTE IN JYOTI NAGAR The new building of the Public Financial Manage- ment and Training Institute will be constructed in the Pension Office premises located in Jyoti Nagar, Jaipur. Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot has given approval of Rs 96.68 crore for the construction of this 9-storey building. In this, Rs 25 crore will be spent in the current financial year. According to the proposal, two basements of 52 car parking capacity each, auditorium, library, classroom, offices for various commissions, conference halls of various capacities, cafeteria etc. will be constructed in this building to be built in an area of 2976.48 square yards. Nadda to launch ‘Nahi Sahega Rajasthan’ campaign on July 16 ACS Agarwal, PHED Minister express displeasure with inefficient dept officials ‘1 Million consumers benefit from free electricity scheme’ JP Nadda Subodh Agarwal talking to officials during the meet on Thursday. Bhanwar Singh Bhati speaking to officials in Jaipur on Thursday. Union Minister Pralhad Joshi BJP election in-charge Joshi in Jaipur today Hearing in SS Randhawa case now on 15 July Singh discusses how to strengthen the grid system 4 kids drown in river while playing in Rajsamand JDA frees `45 cr govt land First India Bureau Kota Hearing on a petition against a lower court or- der to file a case against Congress leader Sukhjinder Singh Rand- hawa on a complaint BY BJP MLA Madan Dila- war was postponed to- day. The verdict was to come today. Court posted the matter for hearing on July 24 for re-argument on four points. Counsel for MLADilawar, Manoj Puri, said that on July 6, the arguments on the pe- tition were completed by all parties. First India Bureau Jaipur Union Minister for Pow- er, New and Renewable Energy RK Singh on Thursday reviewed the progress of d e v e l o p - ment of in- t e r - s t a t e transmission system in a meeting held in Jaipur. The minister laid empha- sis on completing the projects in a time-bound manner. Apart from this, it was also discussed in the meeting how to strengthen grid system. Ashish Choudhary Rajsamand Four children aged be- tween 8 to 12 years died due to drowning in a river in Racheti village of Rajsamand district.After getting information, po- lice reached the spot.Ac- cording to police, all the children belonged to the Bagaria community and were from the same fam- ily. They drowned while they were playing. Three girls and a boy were among the deceased. First India Bureau Jaipur The enforcement wing of Jaipur Development Au- thority (JDA) on Thursday removed encroachments from a 5-bigha government land in Karim Nagar of the Kho Nagoriyan area. The land is valued at around Rs. 45 crores in the market. “A building in Dr Rajendra Prasad Nagar was sealed, due to illegal construc- tion,” officials said. Dr Rituraj Sharma Jaipur Former IAS Satya Naray- an Singh passed away on Thursday. He was 90. Satya Narayan Singh was unwell from quite some time and was ad- mitted in a private hos- pital in Jaipur. Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot expressed grief over his sad demise and spoke to his family on phone. Ra- jiv Arora, Om Rajoriya reached SN Singh’s resi- dence in Vidhyut Nagar and met the grieving family members. IAS OP Saini, NC Goyal and other former bureaucrats also paid homage to the departed soul. RetdIASSatyaNarayan Singh passes away at 90 My deepest condolences on the demise of retired IAS Dr Satya Narayan Singh Saini, former chairman of I pray to God to give peace to the departed soul and give strength to the bereaved family members in this dif- ficult time. Ashok Gehlot @ashokgehlot51 BUSINESS ADVISORY COMMITTEE DISCUSSES IMPORTANT BILLS The meeting of the Business Advisory Com- mittee culminated on Thursday evening under the chairmanship of Assembly Speaker Dr.CP Joshi wherein discussion was held on work till 18th July. BAC meeting will be held again on 18th July. No- tably, three Bills to be tabled on July 17 i.e. Mahatma Gandhi Institute of Governance and Social Science Bill, Rajiv Gandhi Fintech Digital Bill and Rajasthani University Teachers and Temporary Amalgama- tion Amendment Bill and on July 18, the Rajasthan Organized Crime Control Bill and Rajasthan Prison Bill will be tabled in the House. Notably, as the assembly session will start from Friday, the proceedings of the house will start at 1:15 pm and there will be no ques- tion hour in the house at 11 am owing to the special address of President Draupadi Murmu. Meanwhile the formal start of proceedings of the house will be from 1:15 pm and Principal Secretary will keep the details of those Bills on the table of the House that have been passed in the previous and current session. Rules committee 2023-2024 first report will be also be tabled by Sanyam Lodha. BAC’s report will be placed on the House by Dy Chief Whip Mahendra Chaudhary. More- over, In-charge minister Shanti Dhariwal will propose Rajasthan Laws Repeal Bill 2023. YogeshSharma BJP’S SEVEN ISSUES: z Law and Order z Loan waiver z Corruption z Unemployment-Paper leak z Electricity rates z Administrative negli- gence z Biparjoy storm MADAN LAL SAINI STRUGGLED FOR A LONG TIME FOR THE FARMERS AND THE LABORERS. SAINI ALSO BECAME MLA AND RAJYA SABHA MP. BEING A MEMBER OF PARLIAMENT, EVEN I ALSO GOT VERY VALUABLE GUIDANCE FROM HIM. CP JOSHI, BJP STATE PRESIDENT CM Ashok Gehlot
  • 3. DEFYING GOVT, DOCS INCREASE FEE Defying the govt order, most of senior doctors of SMS hospital in Jaipur are charging upto double the fee fixed by the govt. The consultation charges fixed by the state govt are Rs 100 for assistant professor, Rs 125 for associate professor, Rs 150 for professor and Rs 200 for senior professor. However, some doctors are charging Rs 800 and some Rs 500. Even associate professor rank doctors are taking consultation fees of Rs 400 from patients. The rates were fixed 12 years ago and since then, there was no review of the rates at any level. Navin Sharma Bharatpur ACB Bharatpur unit on the instruction of head- quarter arrested Amir- chand, Assistant Sub-In- spector, Police Station Uchain, district Bharat- pur, while taking a bribe of Rs 10,000 from the complainant onThursday. Hemant Priyadarshy, the Director (Additional Charge) of theACB, stat- ed that a complaint was filed at the Bharatpur unit of ACB, alleging that Amirchand was demand- ing a bribe of Rs 11,000 in connection with a pending case. After verifying the complaint, a trap was laid and Amirchand was ar- rested. During the verifi- cation of the complaint, a bribe of Rs 1,000 had already been taken from the complainant. First India Bureau Kota Apatient died of suspect- ed burn injuries in Kota Medical College on Wednesday night while he was being given Direct Current (DC) Cardiover- sion-Defibrillation fol- lowing a cardiac arrest. Sources informed that the hospital staff was giving cardiac shock to the vic- tim, during which the mask of deceased caught fire due to which, his face neck were burnt. “The incident took place at around 10 pm on Wednesday. The family members claimed that the victim died to negligence of hospital staff which created ruckus on Thurs- day. Meanwhile, the doc- tors said that the patient had already died and was being given a cardiac shock as a last resort,” police said. “There is nothing like negligence. We will get the postmortem done by a medical board. Along with this, a committee will also be formed to in- vestigate entire incident,” said Hospital Superinten- dent Dr RP Meena. First India Bureau Jaipur Founder of Help India Online Foundation, Jag- dish Pareek, was arrest- ed by Odisha police from Jaipur Airport on Thursday. Police in- formed the accused duped crores of rupees from several people in the last five years. “Jagdish Pareek changed 20 offices in five years and duped several people with crores of rupees. Crimi- nal cases have been reg- istered against Jagdish in Shipra Path, Shyam Na- gar, and Chitrakoot Po- lice Stations of the city. Cases have been filed in cities like Cuttack, Bhu- baneshwar, and others,” police said. The Jaipur Airport Police Station also as- sisted in the arrest of the accused. Sumit Kumar New Delhi Electric buses will ply in the Sariska Tiger Re- serve area. Rajasthan government’s affidavit in Supreme Court in TN Godavarman case. Gov- ernment has tied up with a private organization to run buses. An expert committee has been constituted un- der the leadership of Principal Chief Conser- vator of Forests and oth- ers on behalf of the Su- preme Court and it has sought reply from Ra- jasthan government in six weeks. The Rajasthan govern- ment plans to run a total of 21 enviroment friend- ly electric buses. Entry will be from two gates (Sariska/Tehla). Senior advocate Dr Manish Sin- ghvi filed an affidavit in which he apprised the Supreme Court about the work being done by the government in the matter of rehabilitation of villagers living in the forest area. Gul Mohammad Kota The POCSO court sen- tenced a 72-year-old man to life imprisonment on Thursday in a seven- month-old rape case of a four-year-old. The judge sentenced Gopal Lal of Kota to life imprisonment along with a fine of Rs 20,000. The accused was a dis- tant relative of the victim and was arrested on De- cember 27, 2022, after which the challan was presented in the court on February 27, 2023. The court also wrote a poem for the victim to praise her mother’s cour- age while delivering the judgement. VikasSharma Jaipur Inabizarreincidentofcor- ruption at SMS Hospital, the firms from which the hospital administration procured medicines and equipment through proper tenders and made pay- ments worth millions of rupees have vanished. When penalties were im- posed on these firms, they went missing. Despite nearly 5-yrs passed, these firms could not be located. About 13 such firms, as LD recover- ies,oweRs1.10crore.Let- ters were written to the Central Drug Store, RMRS, and Chiranjeevi Section by the hospital ad- ministration to recover the outstanding payments. First India Bureau Jodhpur Acase has been registered against the then SHO of Ratanada police station Leelaram Meghwal and otherpolicemeninconnec- tion with Lovely Kandara encounter. The FIR was registered with Ratanada police station on direction by a court for murder and causing disappearance of evidence. Kandara was killed in police encounter on 13 Oct 2021. First India Bureau Jaipur In a major relief to the as- piring candidates appear- ing for competitive ex- aminations in Rajasthan, the state government will soon implement a one- time registration fee sys- tem. The DoP issued a circular in regard on Wednesday and the new system is likely to start from July itself. As per the new system, applicants will not have to pay the application fee repeatedly for various competitive examinations conducted by Rajasthan Public Service Commis- sion and Rajasthan Staff Selection Board. For can- didates of the general cat- egory, a fee of Rs. 600 will be charged while for aspirants of the reserve category and specially- abled, a one-time fee of Rs. 400 will be taken. Along with RPSC and RSMSSB, the system will also apply to recruitment in autonomous agencies like DLB, Discoms, Ra- jasthan Housing Board (RHB) and others. PK Agarwal Chittorgarh TheAnti-Corruption Bu- reau (ACB) has recov- ered huge cash and dis- proportionate assets worth crores of rupees during a search at the houses of Executive En- gineer Rajendra Kumar Lakhera, who was ar- rested on Wednesday while accepting a bribe of Rs. 4 lakhs. ACB sleuths informed that cash amounting to Rs. 68.71 lakhs and docu- ments related to various movable and immovable properties have also been recovered from the house of PWD engineer. “Two residential hous- es, three agricultural land, three four-wheelers, two two-wheelers and docu- ments of two bank lock- ers were also recovered during raid at house of Rajendra Lakhera,”ACB officials said. RAJASTHAN www.firstindia.co.in firstindia.co.in/epapers/jaipur thefirstindia thefirstindia thefirstindia 03 Jaipur, Friday | July 14, 2023 RPS TRANSFERS IN RAJ 98 officers shifted in State ahead of Assembly polls First India Bureau Jaipur otal of 98 Ra- jasthan Police Service (RPS) officers were transferred in Rajasthan late on Wednesday night. The state government has started transfers of the officers, who are posted on the same place for a period of three years or more, ahead of the as- sembly elections. The transfer list of RPS officers was issued by the home department. Another list is also ex- pected soon. Officers in Jaipur police Commis- sionerate have also been changed. Also, the en- forcement officer of JDA was also transferred. T ASIinACBnetfortaking`10K; BJPDausaex-prezgetsrelief BJP’S RATAN TIWARI ACQUITTED FROM ACB COURT Dausa: Former BJP district president of Dausa Ratan Tiwari has been acquitted in a case of graft after ACB filed FIR in case. The court accepted the FR. An FIR against Tiwari was registered for alleged corruption regarding NOC for nursing college. The case was registered against 50 institutions. Only Tiwari’s institution did not get a clean chit and Tiwari had to go underground due to fear of arrest. Against this FIR, he approached High Court, but could not get relief here. Against the order of HC, he approached the Su- preme court but the apex court upheld the decision. However, ACB submitted FR in the case due to lack of evidence which was accepted by ACB court. Laxmikant Sharma BJP leader Dr. Ratan Tiwari, District President Dr. Prabhudayal Sharma and others addressing the media in Dausa on Thursday. Accused ASI Amirchand. ACB recovers `68.71L cash from PWD XEn’s residence Hardcore criminals tobe producedincourtviaVC Kuldeep Jagheena murder effect Shivendra Parmar Jaipur Rajasthan police will form committees at dis- trict level for the identi- fication of such crimi- nals lodged in various jail who have risk of beingattackedwhilebe- ing taken for hearing in courts. Principal secy home Anand Kumar held a meeting of senior officers in the wake of the murder of a criminal while being taken for hearing in a Bharatpur court on Wednesday. A list of such crimi- nals lodged in jails in differentdistrictswillbe prepared. Such crimi- nals will be produced through video confer- encing like the high se- curity jail of Ajmer due to security reasons. SPs of the concerned district, where criminal has to be produced and where the jail is located, will provide adequate security arrangements for movement and such prisoners will be sent in a police vehicle instead of a normal bus. On Jagheena Murder, DG Mishra said that the investigation into the incident of firing at Amoli toll plaza in Bharatpur district has been handed over to IG Crime Prafulla Kumar and he has reached Bharatpur. Kuldeep Jagheena was murdered in police custody at Amoli toll plaza in Bharatpur on Wednesday by rival group. FILE Demanding action, relatives sitting on dharna in Kota on Thursday. ACCUSED SENT TO 5-DAY POLICE REMAND LEOPARDWHOCREATED PANICINBARMER,KILLED MANYANIMALS,CAUGHT SARISKA TO BECOME ‘GREATER SARISKA’, PROPOSAL SENT TO STATE GOVT The two accused held in the murder case of gangster Kuldeep Jagheena in Bharatpur on Wednesday was produced before a court on Thursday and sent on five-days of police remand. Investigating Officer Hari Narayan Meena produced Saurabh and Dharamraj Meena in court, following which, they were sent to police remand. Barmer: Forest department officials on Thursday caught the leopard that killed many animals and had created panic among the locals. People have been living under fear for the past two week. Ranger of forest de- partment, Chandra Prakash said following the informa- tion about the big cat, a rescue team was pressed into action and on Thursday they finally caught it. Mukesh Mathrani The dream of Greater Sariska is likely to come true soon. The Forest Department has sent a proposal to the state govt in this regard. There is preparation to add blocks of Alwar, Jaipur and Dausa in the Sariska tiger reserve. A large part of Rajgarh Alwar range will be part of Sariska, said an official. A large part of Jaipur North will also be included. The proposal to include Dausa’s Bandikui range also in Sariska. At present the area of 881 square km of Sariska will be one and a half times more. The proposal has been sent to the State Govt at the level of Chief Wildlife Warden. Nirmal Tiwari Patient dies due to burn injuries in hospital;familyallegesnegligence Electric buses to ply in Sariska Tiger Reserve HelpIndiafounder arrestedatJprairport No trace of firms owing `1 cr to SMS Case filed against then SHO in Lovely encounter issue Register one time for competitive exams 72-yr-old gets lifer in rape case in Kota Jagdish Pareek z Deepti Joshi (Addl DCP Jaipur Headquarters) z Shalini Raj (Addl DCP, Investigation Unit for Crime against Women - South) z Rajesh Kumar Meshram (Addl DCP, East) z Hariprasad Soman (Addl DCP, Licensing, Commissionerate) z Bijendra Singh Bhati (Addl DCP North-II) z Syed Mustafa Ali Zaidi (Addl DC East) z Sandhya Yadav (Addl DCP Traffic - North) z Rajendra Singh Sisodia (Addl DCP Traffic, South) z Jagdish Prasad Vyas (Addl DCP West HQ) z Neeraj Pathak (Addl DCP South) DEEPTI JOSHI, SHALINI RAJ AMONG OFFICERS WHO TRANSFERRED IN JAIPUR Sumit Gupta, Rakesh Kachwal, Yashpal Tripathi, Dharmendra Singh Sagar, Simartha Ram, Saurabh Tiwadi, Ganesh Ram Jat, Dharmendra Kumar Yadav, Durgaram Chaudhary, Suresh Kumar, Siddhant Sharma, Devendra Kumar Sharma, Sameer Kumar Dubey, Mohesh Chaudhary, Jassa Ram Bose, Rajneesh Poonia, Naresh Kumar Soyal, Surendra Singh Sagar, Radhuveer Saini, Sohail Raja and Ranu Sharma. OTHER OFFICERS WHO HAVE BEEN SHIFTED Scam at ‘lifeline’ SMS Hospital! ASI Amirchand had sought `11K in connection with a pending case
  • 4. jay Banga, the newly- appointed President of the World Bank, is taking the helm at a pivotal moment. The devastating effects of the COVID-19 pandemic have impeded progress in devel- oping countries and pushed 124 million people into extreme poverty.And Rus- sia’s full-scale invasion of Ukraine, which has exac- erbated inflation and US- China tensions, promises to trigger even more vola- tility. Consequently, the Bank projects that eco- nomic activity in emerging economies will not return to pre-pandemic levels by 2024. Low- and middle-in- come countries need the World Bank to spearhead global efforts to reduce ex- treme poverty and enhance living standards. By help- ing them to reduce their debt burdens and combat climate change, the Bank could also help to improve their air and water quality, increase their access to clean energy, and bolster their food security. But skepticism about the Bank’s capacity to address the challenges facing de- veloping countries is run- ning high. In a recent speech, Banga said that the World Bank needs a “new playbook” for engaging with the developing world. While this is undoubtedly true, any updated strategy must acknowledge a fun- damental truth: the Bank is unlikely to have enough capital to finance the in- vestments required to ad- dress the enormous chal- lenges facing poor coun- tries. Given this, it must mobilize its knowledge and relationships, as well as its capital, to encourage investments that enhance growth and employment while also facilitating the green transition. That means establishing itself as its stakeholders’ partner of choice. By col- laborating with policy- makers in developing and developed countries, other multilateral development banks, and the private sec- tor, the World Bank could incentivize what Banga has called “informed risk- taking.” This approach would enable the Bank to use its limited balance sheet to encourage pri- vate, public, bilateral, and multilateral lenders to increase their annual investments in sustain- able development from “billions to trillions” of dol- lars. But first, Banga must guide the institution to- ward complete transparency. The Bank’s tech- nical teams, working closely with other mul- tilateral lenders, must es- timate the additional out- put that each dollar in- vested in such p r o - jects could generate. For example, consider a pro- ject that contributes 30 cents to GDP for every dollar of investment, re- sulting in a 30% rate of return. For such a project to be deemed economi- cally viable, the borrowing cost would need to remain below 30%. SOURCE: PROJECT SYNDICATE TOP TWEETS SPIRITUAL SPEAK The lathicharge on BJP workers in Patna is the result of the failure and indignation of the state government. The Grand Alliance government is attacking democracy to save the citadel of corruption. To save the person who has been chargesheeted, the Chief Minister of Bihar has even forgotten his morality. Jagat Prakash Nadda @JPNadda Historic Moment for India! Immensely proud of #TOPScheme athlete @ JyothiYarraji for etching her name in history as she clinches India’s 1st ever golden in Women’s 100m hurdles event at the Asian Athletics Championships. Anurag Thakur @ianuragthakur Lust, anger and greed are the three gates to self-destructive hell. BHAGAVAD GITA PERSPECT VE www.firstindia.co.in firstindia.co.in/epapers/jaipur thefirstindia thefirstindia thefirstindia 04 Jaipur, Friday | July 14, 2023 PROSPECTIVE PROJECTS Publishing this data would enable governments to identify infrastructure projects with the greatest potential to boost growth, help private investors make informed financ- ing decisions, and allow civil-society groups to hold leaders to account. By cultivating a culture of transparency regarding the costs and benefits of the Bank’s investments, Ban- ga could boost its credibil- ity. Increased trust would encourage shareholders to consider capital increases, and engagement with the private sector and other development institutions would generate scale and momentum. To be sure, changing the World Bank’s culture will not be easy. But many people around the world have been waiting for such an effort, and they would likely support Banga in transforming a lethargic institution into a powerful force promoting a just and sustainable future. Changingtheculture attheWorldBank To tackle the complex challenges facing the World Bank, its newly-appointed President, Ajay Banga, must prove that the institution can become a vehicle for sustainable development and transformative change. But first, Banga must guide the Bank toward complete transparency. The first step toward a more effective World Bank has already been taken by the Bank’s partners during the recent Paris Summit for a New Global Financing Pact IN-DEPTH PRIME MINISTER NARENDRA MODI AT BASTILLE DAY PARADE ED and delusional Opposition parties astille Day, the national victory day in France on July 14, will be an important day for In- dia. On this day France celebrates the fall of the fortress prison Bastille. Some days later on Au- gust 4, 1789 feudalism was abolished and constitu- tional democracy introduced. This year is important for India as Prime Minister Narendra Modi will be the guest of honour at Bastille Day which is marked by Europe’s oldest and biggest military parade on Champs-Elysees. India and France are ramping up their defence ties to include stronger defence co-operation between the two militaries, deal for maritime security in the In- dian Ocean and also the Indo-Pacific. Rafale-M fighters and a Scorpene submarine are on India’s shopping list. With France emerging as a major trad- ing partner with annual trade of USD 12.42 billion in 2021-22. Both the countries being strong votaries of a bipolar world, France has historically been a close ally of In- dia and those ties are going to be strengthened further. B he Supreme Court’s recent order declaring extension given to the Enforcement Director was seen as some sort of victory by opposi- tion leaders whereas in reality there’s nothing for them to cheer. The term of ED Director SK Mishra has been cut short by only a few months. Instead of November he will now be allowed to remain in office till July 31, just four months earlier. Had the order come when he was given an extension in November 2022 it could have still been of some significance but not at this point in time when Mishra has prepared a template for his successors to follow. If opposition lead- ers expect the ED to change its style and stop going after the corrupt, they are sad- ly mistaken. In Un- ion Home Minister Amit Shah’s words they are “delusion- al”. Indeed, the En- forcement Directo- rate will not stop its drive against money laundering so long as Amit Shah is the home minister. And there’s no sign of him going anywhere, not today and not in the near future. That should cut short the sigh of relief many must be taking after the SC order. It would make sense to look at the SC order in perspective. Amendments giving five-year tenure to the chiefs of the Enforcement Directorate and the Central Bureau of Investigation were upheld by the Apex Court.Also upheld were amendments granting upto three extensions of one year each beyond the five-year term of the two directors. What should op- position leaders worry about is that ED’s powers to arrest and attach property are intact. T The Supreme Court’s recent order declaring extension given to the ED was seen as some sort of victory by opposition leaders whereas in reality there’s nothing for them to cheer. The term of ED Director SK Mishra has been cut short by only a few months. Bertrand Badré The writer is a former managing director of the World Bank, is CEO and Founder of Blue like an Orange Sustainable Capital and the author of Can Finance Save the World? Peter Blair Henry The writer is a senior fellow at the Hoover Institution and the Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies, is the author of Turnaround: Third World Lessons for First World Growth A l Vol 5 l Issue No. 38 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
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  • 7. PTI Gurugram Warning the global com- munity about security challenges which have evolved from “dynamite to metaverse” and “ha- wala to crypto currency”, Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Thursday asked G20 member countries to rise above conventional boundaries and share information on real time to check all crimes in the cyber space. Speaking at the ‘G20 Conference on Crime and Security in the Age of NFTs, AI Metaverse’, he under- lined the threats emanat- ing from cyber criminals using darknet, metaverse, deepfakes, ransomware and toolkit-based misin- formation campaigns and strategic targeting of critical information and financial systems. Without taking names, Shahsaidsomeanti-social elements and global forc- es are using technology to causeeconomicandsocial harm to citizens and gov- ernments. “The G20 has so far focused on digital transformation and data flow from an economic perspective, but now it is important to understand the aspects of crime and security, and find a solu- tion,” he said. INDIA www.firstindia.co.in firstindia.co.in/epapers/jaipur thefirstindia thefirstindia thefirstindia 06 Jaipur, Friday | July 14, 2023 PARADIGM SHIFT IN GoP Baghel bats for young blood in Cong PTI Raipur he implementa- tion of Con- gress’ move to give half of the party po- sitions to those aged be- low 50 has started from Chhattisgarh with the ap- pointment of Deepak Baij (42) as the state unit head, said Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel on Thursday. Baij, who represents Bastar parliamentary constituency, was on Wednesday appointed as the Chhattisgarh Con- gress chief by party pres- ident Mallikarjun Kharge, replacing MLA Mohan Markam. Asked about the deci- sion, Baghel told report- ers here, “Different peo- ple in the organisation are given different re- sponsibilities. Mohan ji has completed two terms and changes are being made (in Congress or- ganisations) in all states.” Baghel said that in the recently held plenary ses- sion of the Congress in Raipur, it was decided to give 50 per cent of party positions to those below 50 years of age. “So It has begun from Chhat- tisgarh as Deepak ji is aged 42 years,” he said. The CM said Baij’s ap- pointment will have a “good impact” on the Chhattisgarh Assembly elections, due by the year-end. The Congress has 71 MLAs in the 90-member Assembly. About the likelihood of a cabinet reshuffle, he said, “Keep watching and waiting.” PTI New Delhi PM Narendra Modi on Thursday expressed con- fidence that his visit to France will provide a new impetus to the bilateral strategic partnership and said that he looks forward to holding wide-ranging discussions with Presi- dent Emmanuel Macron on taking forward this time-tested relationship over the next 25 years. In his departure state- ment, PM Modi said his visit to France was par- ticularly special as he will join President Ma- cron for the French Na- tional Day, or Bastille Day celebrations in Paris as the Guest of Honour. Noting that this year marks the 25th anniver- sary of our strategic part- nership, PM Modi said that rooted in deep trust and commitment, the two countries cooperate close- ly across various domains including defence, space, civil nuclear, blue econo- my, trade, investment, education, culture and people-to-people ties. Modi makes strong pitch for permanent UNSC membership PM Modi on Thursday said the United Nations Security Council cannot claim to be speaking for the world when its most populous country and the largest democracy is not a permanent member. C’garh CM Bhupesh Baghel Mallikarjun Kharge, Rahul Gandhi and KC Venugopal meet with Uttarakhand Congress leaders in New Delhi, on Thursday. ANI BJP MP Ravi Shankar Prasad speaks to the media after meeting WB Guv at Governor House, in Kolkata on Thursday. ANI Union HM Amit Shah with Union Minister Rajeev Chandrasekhar and members of ‘Cyber Volunteer Squad’ during the inaugural session of the G20 conference in Gurugram, on Thursday. PTI Prime Minister Narendra Modi being welcomed upon his arrival at Orly Airport, in Paris, France, on Thursday. PTI Prime Minister Narendra Modi meets French Prime Minister Elisabeth Borne, in Paris, France, on Thursday.. PTI PM Narendra Modi being welcomed by Indian community members upon his arrival in Paris, on Thursday. PTI Baghel said Deepak Baij’s appointment as Chhattisgarh Congress president will have a “good impact” on the Chhattisgarh Assembly elections, due by the year-end. T PTI New Delhi The Congress on Thurs- day said it will establish a dialogue with the people in Uttarakhand through a padayatra as its leaders from the state met party chiefMallikarjunKharge, Rahul Gandhi and KC Venugopal here to chalk out plan for the 2024 Lok Sabha polls. The Uttara- khand Congress leaders, who participated in the meeting, included former CM Harish Rawat, PCC president Karan Mahara and AICC in-charge for the state DevenderYadav. PTI/ANI Kolkata Senior Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader and MP Ravi Shankar Prasad on Thursday alleged that the Mamata Banerjee government has stopped listening to the griev- ances of people. The former Union Minister, who was speaking to reporters outside Raj Bhavan after meeting Governor CV Ananda Bose, said that Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee has “merely expressed regret” over the panchayat poll vio- lence but firm action needs to be taken. PTI New Delhi Revenue Secretary San- jay Malhotra on Thurs- day said the Centre will bringclarificatoryamend- ments to the GST Act in the monsoon session of Parliament to implement GST Council’s decision of imposing 28 per cent tax on online gaming, ca- sino and horse racing. “It will be our effort to draft the law and intro- duce it in Parliament and get it passed in the mon- soon session,” he told PTI in an interview. The implementation takes effect only when state legislatures have also passed amendments in state GST laws, he said, adding, that it will take some time. “This is a clarificatory amendment. It has been ourviewthatonlinegames for stakes depend on out- comes…whether game of skill or game of chance. The Council has only reit- erated and confirmed that view that these games are taxable at 28 per cent on the full face value or the payment which is made to the online gaming plat- form,” Malhotra said. PTI Mumbai The ruling Shiv Sena in Maharashtra on Thurs- day said the state cabi- net’s expansion and allo- cation of portfolios are most likely to happen on July 14, but the rival fac- tion of the party said it doubts the MLAs be- longing to the Eknath Shinde-led camp would be accommodated in the new ministry. On July 2, senior NCP leader Ajit Pawar and eight other legislators of his party took oath as ministers in the Maharashtra govern- ment. The surprise move led to a split in the Sharad Pawar-led outfit. Agencies Vijayawada Former Union minister DaggubatiPurandeswari on Thursday launched a scathing at- tack on YSR C o n g r e s s Party (YS- RCP) gov- e r n m e n t soon after taking charge as BJP's Andhra Pradesh unit president. She took charge at BJP state head- quarters here in the pres- ence of former state BJP president Somu Veerraju, Vishnuvardhan Reddy and other leaders. Excise policy case: Supreme Court to hear AAP leader Manish Sisodia’s bail pleas today New Delhi: The Supreme Court is scheduled to hear on Friday the bail pleas of Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader Manish Sisodia in the Delhi excise policy case being probed by the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) and the money- laundering matter arising out of it. Ageofconsentunder POCSOinIndiaperhaps highestglobally:HC Mumbai: Observing that several countries have reduced the age of consent for adolescents to have a consensual sexual relationship, the Bombay High Court recently said it was high time our country and Parliament were cognizant of the happen- ings around the world. 4 sentenced to life imprisonment by UP court in murder case Budaun: A local court has sentenced four people, including a father-son duo, to life imprisonment in a 2017 murder case. The order was passed by additional session judge Mirza Zeenat. The case is about the killing of one Kanta Prasad in Nov 2017 over an old rivalry. IN THE COURTYARD 2024LSpollsonagenda,U’khand CongleadersmeetKharge,RaGa Didi’sgovthasstoppedlisteningto people’swoes:RaviShankarPrasad G20:Shahcallsforunity to checkcrimesin cyberspace Thisvisitwillgivenewimpetusto ourstrategicpartnership:Modi OUR GOVT ENSURING SAFETY OF WOMEN: DHAMI WBSEC ORDERS FRESH POLLING IN 20 BOOTHS OF 3 DISTRICTS, DATE YET TO BE ANNOUNCED PRIME MINISTER NARENDRA MODI MEETS FRENCH COUNTERPART ELISABETH BORNE SELFIES, SLOGANS AND SONGS: MODI RECEIVES A WARM WELCOME FROM INDIAN DIASPORA IN PARIS Dehradun: Uttarakhand CM Pushkar Singh Dhami on Thursday said that safety measures like GPS in cabs, CCTV cameras and panic buttons have been made mandatory in industrial establishments, a step seen to ensure safety of women workers in the state. He said that our government is working hard to make mother power strong and self-reliant, CM Dhami said in a statement. Kolkata: Fresh polls will be conducted in 20 booths in three districts of the state where polling for the three-tier panchayat system was conducted on July 8, West Bengal State Election Commission (WB- SEC) said on Thursday. The date of the fresh polling is yet to be announced. There will be fresh polling process in these booths and not by-elections, he added. Of the 20 booths where fresh polling has been ordered by the commission include 15 in Howrah district, four in North 24 Parganas district and one in Hooghly district. Paris: PM Narendra Modi on Thursday met French counterpart Elisabeth Borne and discussed issues of bilateral and mutual interests. Modi, who landed here earlier in the day, was received by Prime Minister Borne at the airport in a special gesture. The PM is here on a two-day visit during which he will hold wide-ranging talks with President Emmanuel Macron and join him for the French National Day celebrations as the Guest of Hon- our. Modi expressed confidence that his visit will provide a new impetus to the bilateral strategic partnership. Paris: Prime Minister Narendra Modi who arrived at Paris on Thursday afternoon received a rous- ing welcome from Indian diaspora in Paris. They accorded a warm welcomed to PM Modi while raising slogans of “Bharat Mata Ki Jai” and “Vandey Matram.” Many were seen clicking selfies with the Prime Minister while some sang songs and presented gifts to PM Modi. It was a show of unity in diversity in Paris as people from different faiths and different walks of life had thronged at the hotel to shower love on PM Narendra Modi. Prant Pracharak Baithak RSS Chief Mohan Bhagwat with RSS member Sarkaryavah Dattatreya Hosabale at the ‘Prant Pracharak Baithak’ meeting, in Ooty, Tamil Nadu, on Thursday. DIMPLE SHARMA “ClarificationonGSTon onlinegamingsoon” Maha cabinet expansion most likely today Purandeswari takes charge as Andhra BJP chief This year marks 25th anniv of India-France partnership PM Modi’s France Visit
  • 8. INDIA www.firstindia.co.in firstindia.co.in/epapers/jaipur thefirstindia thefirstindia thefirstindia 07 Jaipur, Friday | July 14, 2023 TOMATO TREK As prices rocket, Uttarakhand residents go shopping in Nepal Agencies Pithoragarh he steep rise in tomato prices has driven peo- ple along the India-Nepal border in the Pithoragarh district of Uttarakhand to go across the border into Nepal to buy tomatoes there, a media agency has reported. People living in Dhar- chula and Banbasa, near the border, are going to Nepal to get tomatoes as they cost almost half the price. Tomatoes are sell- ing for upwards of Rs 120 per kg in India, whereas in Nepal, they cost Nepali Rs 100 to Rs 110, which comes at around Rs 70-75 per kg in Indian rupees, the re- port said. A resident of Darchula in Nepal told the newspa- per that vegetable ven- dors are making double the usual money. Nepal’s farmers have noted the pattern in veg- etable price rise in India. For the past few years, the government in Nepal has also taken steps to support farmers to “di- versify their crops” as it has pushed farmers to switch from grains to vegetables. Farmers in Nepal now grow seasonal and non- seasonal vegetables, in- cluding tomatoes, and are now benefitting from the high demand in India, the report added. Tomato vendors wait for customers, at a vegetable market in Gurugram, on Thursday. The Centre will start selling tomatoes at discounted rates in retail markets in the national capital and few other cities from Friday to provide relief to the consumers. PTI T HIMACHAL PRADESH CONTINUES TO BATTLE NATURE’S FURY CMSukhuannounces`1lakhfor affectedfamilies,rescueopson ANI Shimla Himachal Pradesh Chief Minister Thakur Sukh- vinder Singh Sukhu vis- ited the flood-hit Thunag Sub-division in Seraj constituency of district Mandi on Thursday and took stock of the situa- tion at Thunag market which is severely affect- ed by the flood. He announced to pro- vide rupees one lakh each to the affected families and also directed to chan- nelize the Thunag rivulet so as to avoid such type of mishaps. Sukhu also announced to provide land for the construction of the house which was swept away and directed to clear the debris from the market at the earliest. He also inter- acted with the locals and assured them of every possible assistance from the government. IMD PREDICTS HEAVY RAINFALL IN 10 STATES z In a massive operation, 255 people trapped in Chan- dertal have been rescued on the fourth day of operation. z An estimated 72% of districts in India are exposed to extreme flood events but only 25% of them have level flood forecasting stations z The IMD predicted very heavy rainfall in 10 states has issued ‘yellow alert’ for Maharashtra on Thursday. z The Met has also pre- dicted heavy to very heavy rainfall activity is likely to continue over Uttarakhand, Uttar Pradesh and West Madhya Pradesh. z For HP, the weather office has issued a ‘yellow’ warning for heavy rain, thunderstorm and lightning on July 15 and 16. z For Gujarat, which is witnessing a flood-like situation, IMD has predicted downpours in several dis- tricts for the next 5 days. Shopkeepers removing sand from their shops that came with the swollen Beas river following heavy rainfall, in Kullu on Thursday. Chief Min Sukhwinder Singh interacts with a girl affected by the disaster on Thursday. Himachal Pradesh Chief Minister Sukhwinder Singh Sukhu interacts with officials during his visit to the flood-hit Thunag Sub-division in Seraj constituency of district Mandi on Thursday. ASEAN is crucial pillar of India's Act East policy: EAM ANI Jakarta Describing ASEAN (The Association of Southeast Asian Nations) as a cru- cial pillar of India’s Act East Policy, External Af- fairs Minister S Jais- hankar on Thursday said it plays an important role in the emerging dynamic of the Indo-Pacific. He said, “ASEAN is a crucialpillarofIndia’sAct East policy and its vision forthewiderIndo-Pacific. A strong unified ASE- AN plays an important role in emerging dynamic of the Indo-Pacific. India firmly supports ASEAN centrality ASEAN out- look on the Indo-Pacific.” EAM S Jaishankar along with Singapore Foreign Minister Vivian Balakrishnan and others pose for a group photo during the ASEAN Foreign Ministers Meeting in Jakarta on Thursday. ANI President Murmu poses for a group photo with artists at the Jai Vilas Palace, in Gwalior, on Thursday. ASEAN COUNTRIES SUMMIT ON JULY 20 New Delhi: India is set to host the Con- ference on Tradi- tional Medicines for ASEAN Countries on July 20, 2023. The event will be held with support from the Ministry of External Affairs, the Indian Mission to ASEAN and the ASEAN Secretariat. It aims to strengthen the platform between India and ASEAN countries to share their best practices and draw a roadmap for future coopera- tion in the field of traditional medicines. A total of 75 par- ticipants - International del- egates from eight ASEAN countries and 2 International delegates through virtual mode will brainstorm and share their ideas. MURALEEDHARAN PAYS HOMAGE TO GANDHI Damascus: Minister of State (MoS) for External Affairs V. Muraleedharan, who is on a 2-day official visit to Syria, paid homage to Mahatma Gandhi in Damascus on Thursday. “Started off the day in Damascus, Syria by paying homage to Mahatma Gandhi ji at the premises of @eoidamascus,” MoS Muraleedharan tweeted today. Earlier, on Wednes- day, the MoS met the Syriac Patriarch of Antioch all the East in Damascus, Mor Ignatius Aphrem II.“Blessed to meet His Holiness Patri- arch Mor Ignatius Aphrem II, Syriac Patriarch of Antioch all the East in Damascus, Syria,” the MoS tweeted. Husband’s ‘tomato addition’ leads to marital discord in MP Bhopal: A woman in Shahdol district of Madhya Pradesh decided to leave her husband’s home following a heated argument over the addition of extra tomatoes in a curry. According to local media reports, the dispute began when Sanjeev Verma, a resident of Bemhori, made the decision to add two tomatoes to a dish without consulting his wife, Aarti. Sanjeev, who runs a small dhaba and also prepares tiffin boxes, thoughtlessly included the tomatoes while cooking. Appealing to the police for help, Sanjeev expressed deep regret for the incident and vowed not to use tomatoes in any dish until their prices returned to normal. Rain flood lead to veggie prices skyrocketing New Delhi: The onset of the South- west monsoon and recent floods in Delhi’s low-lying areas have resulted in a steep rise in vegetable prices here, hitting the budget of families. In vari- ous locations across the national capital, including Azadpur Mandi, toma- toes are being sold at prices of `130 to 240 per kilogram or even highe The wholesalers claim that the price of veggies including tomatoes have doubled in the past two weeks and the sales have been reduced by 40 per cent. “People are buying tomato puree instead of tomatoes. I am only bringing 5 kgs tomatoes these days as sales are low. Man who made `30 lakh by selling tomatoes killed New Delhi: A man was allegedly killed by robbers for money after he made `30 lakhs selling tomatoes in the first week of July. Rajasekhar Reddy, who hailed from Madana- palle, grows tomatoes and sells them in the tomato market, which is touted as the biggest tomato market in Asia. As per investiga- tion, family members suspect other business- men were involved in the murder along with the rob- bers in his alleged murder. DSP Keshappa said four teams were constituted to solve the case. Spoofing fraud: 2 held for demanding money from 4 Cong leaders in Kamal Nath’s name College student raped near home, accused pretended to be a policeman Bhopal: Crime Branch of Madhya Pradesh police have arrested two Gujarat residents for spoofing the phone number of former Chief Minister Kamal Nath’s office and demanding money from three Congress leaders posing as his office-bearers. New Delhi: In a vicious incident,a man raped a 20-year-old college student near her apartment in Delhi last week. It has been reported that the man allegedly pretended to be a policeman and threatened the woman with an explicit video. The man, identified as Ravi Solanki, was arrested on Thursday. It has been reported that Solanki allegedly shot a mobile phone video of the young woman and her boyfriend in his car on July 7. After her boyfriend dropped her outside the apartment, he went inside the apartment building and claimed himself to be a policeman. Honour killing: 3 along with father held for killing daughter,lover Bhubaneswar: A man along with two others were arrested for allegedly killing his minor daughter and her lover in Odisha’s Kalahandi district, the police said on Thursday. The arrested individuals are the girl’s father -- Kaneswar Patel, uncle Debananda Patel and brother-in-law Tankadhar Naik. Man alleges ‘love jihad’, accuses friend of brainwashing wife Bengaluru: In a case of alleged ‘love jihad’, a man here has accused his own friend of brainwashing his wife and ‘snatching’ her away. The case came to light on Thursday when Ajith, a private factory worker, alleged that his wife has become a victim of ‘love jihad’. The two have been married for three years. CRUCIAL READ Paderu: A 42-year old Maoist leader wanted in several cases including triggering an IED blast surrendered to the Andhra Pradesh police on Thursday. Madakam Deva, also known as Bhagath, turned himself in as he was disillusioned by the Maoist ideology, police said. He was involved in several attacks on security personnel. He belonged to Dabbakunta village in Sukma district of Chhattisgarh state, police said after Mada- kam Deva’s surrender to the Alluri Sitarama Raju district police. Wanted Maoist leader surrenders, says Andhra police Bhushan denies inappropriate contact with wrestler Murmu: India will become biggest tech hub of world Agencies New Delhi Wrestling Federation of India president and BJP MP Brij Bhushan Sharan Singh has denied all sex- ual harassment allega- tions and cited yoga ex- ercises as reasons to check the breathing pat- tern of the wrestlers. Bhushan also denied that he touched a wrestler’s stomach and breast on the pretext of checking her breathing pattern. He said that the charges were “baseless and false”, as per report. Bhushan said he also checked his own stomach to demonstrate the exer- cises. One of the wrestlers had registered a com- plaint that Brij Bhushan had touched her “stomach and chest 3-4 times and continued to comment on her breathing pattern”. Agencies Gwalior Expressing confidence that India will emerge as the largest global tech- nology hub, President Droupadi Murmu on Thursday underlined the fact that innovation plays the most vital role vis-à- vis connectivity. The President said, “The NEP emphasises that pupils establish con- nections with both Indian traditional knowledge and modernisation.” Paying tributes to for- mer Prime Minister Late Atal Bihari Vajpayee, Murmu described the Bharat Ratna-recipient as a towering leader who provided unprecedented encouragement to infra- structure development and the telecom sector. He (Vajpayee) was of the opinion that connectivity constitutes a basic re- quirement for inclusive development, she said. Mentioning the fact that Madhya Pradesh boasts the highest tribal population among Indian states, the President stressed that both the central and state dispen- sations are taking numer- ous measures for better- ment of adivasis and womenfolk. People jump from 3rd floor as fire engulfs mall in Gr Noida Agencies Noida Five people were injured after a fire broke out in- side Galaxy Plaza locat- ed in Noida extension on Thursday afternoon. According to the po- lice, the fire broke out on thethirdfloorofthebuild- ing after which personnel from Bisrakh police sta- tion,ACPBisrakhandfire unit rushed to the spot. “We have got to know that the fire broke out due to short circuit. In total, five people were injured in the incident. Out of which three are undergoing treatment at the hospital,” a senior police official said. A to- tal of five fire tenders were rushed to the spot and the fire has been doused off. “No casual- ties have been reported so far,” the official said. Videos of the incident show thick smoke billow- ing out of the glass shield and a couple of people trying to jump down from the window in order to escape the fire. One of the videos show a man jump- ing off as well. MAN, WOMAN JUMP TO ESCAPE FIRE, SURVIVE AS LOCALS SPREAD MATTRESS ON GROUND Noida: Two people on Thursday jumped from the third floor of a commercial building here after a fire broke out but were saved as they landed on a pile of mattresses spread on the ground by locals, officials said. “Before falling from the height, the man and the woman were seen hanging from the building. In the meantime, some locals found a mattress shop nearby and quickly brought a couple of them and spread it on the ground. When the duo fell, they suffered minor injuries and a major incident was averted,” Dixit, who oversaw the rescue efforts, said. The NEP emphasises that pupils establish connections with both Indian traditional knowledge and modernisation, says President Murmu
  • 9. Could Gehlot’s increasing stature be a reason for Madam’s ‘revival’? Mahesh Sharma and Jinendra Shekhawat Jaipur t seems that the BJP high com- mand is in a di- lemma regard- ing Vasundhara Madam! Interestingly,ononehand, the high command has a mind not to declare re- gional face to anyone. As such for the last few years, electionsarebeingwonon the face of Narendra Modi and the strategy of Amit Shah. But after the Karna- taka election results, the high command has started thinking afresh. BL Santosh gave clear indications three days back in Sawai Madhopur on this issue and said, “Leadership had a differ- ent perspective before the Karnataka elections but now the perspective of looking at Rajasthan elec- tions has become differ- ent.” And in such a situa- tion, along with the PM, the high command can seriously consider declar- ing a regional satrap as a regional face. Undoubtedly, Madam Vasundhara is at the fore- front of such satraps. If Madam is really declared as regional face, then one or two other big contend- ers can be sent to the or- ganization! But before handing over the com- mand of the election to Madam, there is still a doubt in the mind of the high command! And this pertains to whetherMadamwillfully obey the discipline of the party?WillMadamgrace- fully accept the advice of the high command in ticket distribution and re- main flexible? Will Mad- am not have any sense of prejudice towards some big leaders working in Delhi and Jaipur? Will Madam take the leaders of all factions of the party together? Will Madam go beyond the circle of loyal- ists likeYunus Khan, Par- nami and Rajpal Singh and give any considera- tion to other alleged dis- sidents as well, although these three leaders are popular in their respective fields? And finally, will Madam be able to keep the activities of the loyal OSDs of her previous ten- ure under control? Addi- tionally, Madam will also have to take the responsi- bility of winning the ex- isting 25 seats in the Lok Sabha in 2024! Therefore, the day Madam will satisfy the high command on all these issues, on the same day, separate photos of Madam with Prime Min- ister, Home Minister and Party President will be released from Delhi. Meanwhile, today again famous numerologist Dr. Kumar Ganesh reiterated his old prediction and said that ‘now luck is waiting for Madam’s coronation!’ Moreover, apart from Madam’s horoscope, some ground realities are also forcing the high com- mand to reconsider. ThefirstisthatGehlot’s stature is increasing day by day. Gehlot’s graph is increasing due to free electricity, free schemes like OPS, Chiranjeevi and possibleMuslimpolariza- tioninRajasthanlikeKar- nataka. There is a big dif- ference between the free announcements of Himachal, Karnataka and Gehlot as they were men- tioned in the manifestos before the elections in Himachal and Karnataka. But in ,Ashok Gehlot has already implemented up to90%ofhisfreeschemes and a special kind of im- age has been created by the government among the beneficiaries. According to the sourc- es, the concern of the BJP high command is that if votes fall on Gehlot’s face andGehlotgotafreehand in ticket distribution from Rahul-Priyanka, then de- feating Gehlot will be a big challenge and with 115-120 seats Gehlot can start his fourth innings be- cause nowadays public gives decisive mandate! But if the votes are cast on the faces of the Con- gress MLAs, then the Congress may be reduced to 38-40 seats. That is why the Congress high command is considering cutting tickets for 70 sit- ting Congress MLAs. Even the BJP high command does not want to take any chance in this confusion and chaos.And to reduce this risk, the BJP high command can usher in Madam’s return in the election battle. But despite Narendra Modi’s face and Amit Shah’s strategy, Madam will also have to sweat in the field. Interestingly, in spite of all these arguments and facts about making Mad- am a regional face or not, Narendra Modi will dis- cuss the final decision withAmitShah,JPNadda and BL Santosh after re- turning from France trip. On the other hand, amidst all this, a big BJP leader posted in Delhi is claiming to win 141 seats only with Modi’s face. I www.firstindia.co.in firstindia.co.in/epapers/jaipur thefirstindia thefirstindia thefirstindia Postal Reg No. JPC/004/2022-24 08 Jaipur, Friday | July 14, 2023 It is indeed true that we can never go back to change the past, but we can always start right now, in the present to change our future. Dr Jagdeesh Chandra, CEO Editor-in-Chief, First India Govtsshouldmovetowards providingSocialSecurity:CM Naresh Sharma Jaipur CM Ashok Gehlot while addressing the Labharthi Samvaad at CMR, said that it is the responsibil- ity of the government to provide social security to every person govern- ments should move to- wards the same. The CM said that according to the basic spirit of the Consti- tution, every person has the right to live with dig- nity. The state govern- ment has made various efforts in this direction. “By implementing the Chief Minister’s Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme in the state, in- stead of 100 days in the Mahatma Gandhi NRE- GA scheme, 125 days of employment is being made available. Similarly, a historic law has been made and implemented in the form of ‘Right To Health.’The Central government should also implement a social security law on same lines. During this, a large number of beneficiaries participated in the pro- gramme via VC from Ramleela Maidan in Jaipurr. Gehlot said that benefits of 10 schemes are being given in infla- tion relief camps. Scooty is being given to girl stu- dents and specially abled. Free uniforms and milk are being provided daily to students of govt schools. Nearly 8 lakh people are deprived of pension due to lack of verifica- tion. Some of the benefi- ciaries expressed their pain, complained of not getting pension for 6 months due to lack of verification. Yogesh Sharma Jaipur Congress’ Rajasthan In- charge SS Randhawa, President Govind Dotas- ra, Harish Chaudhary, BD Kalla along with Sachin Pilot were also present in the conference of block presidents of Congress held on Thurs- day at the State (PCC), while Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot addressed the conference virtually. CM Gehlot called upon everyone to partici- pate in the elections and said, “Congress govern- ment will be formed again in Rajasthan. If the Block President will be strong, then Congress will remain strong. So many works have been done in public interest . Opposition has no issue to raise.” PCC Chief GS Do- tasara said that the entire party is united after the message given by Na- tional President Mall- ikarjun Kharge Rahul Gandhi in meeting held in Delhi. State Congress in-charge SS Randhawa said, “The strength of the organization is our strength. We have to strengthen the block.” Harish Chaudhary, said, “Cong leaders have start- ed worshiping people. Cong is the only party in world which is poorest party of rich people. Our leader Rahul Gandhi has said that the government should not be of Minis- ters, MLAs or Bureau- crats but of workers.” CM Ashok Gehlot addresses the gathering under the Labharthi Samvaad at CMR in Jaipur on Thursday. Various beneficiaries joined through VC during the Pensioners’ Labharthi Rally Pension Mela held at Ramleela Maidan in Jaipur. Also seen are Tikaram Jully, Usha Sharma, Kuldeep Ranka, Gaurav Goyal, Kavita Shrivastava and others. The pension beneficiaries express their gratitude CM Gehlot for the sensitive decision of increasing the Social Security Pension and automatically increasing it by 15% every year Keeping intact the basic spirit of the Constitution that every person has the right to live with dignity, the State government has made various efforts in this direction, says Gehlot LABHARTHI SAMVAAD Benefits of 10 schemes are being provided to masses in the Inflation Relief Camps organised by State Govt. These schemes are going to ensure social security. 6 lakh children are being benefited under the Palanhar scheme. Civil society plays a crucial role in good governance. It is with their cooperation that the various social welfare schemes reach to every person. State Government is providing good governance in the state with their cooperation. ASHOK GEHLOT, CHIEF MINISTER On Tuesday, the amount has been transferred to the accounts of more than 51 lakh beneficiaries of the Social Security Pension Scheme, who have registered in the Inflation Relief Camps. A large section of people from Raj is being benefited by the implementation of minimum pension. USHA SHARMA, CHIEF SECRETARY The Block President will have to form the Block Executive within 7 days and will have to send to PCC. Work needs to be done according to the Udaipur declaration. Booth and Mandal Presidents will be given ID- cards. The cards will be disributed in presence of Mallikarjun Kharge and Rahul Gandhi. We all belong to one group. Congress government will be formed in Raj again. GS DOTASRA, PCC CHIEF The various In-charge Ministers should visit districts. They should not be limited to bureaucracy and meet with District and Block Presidents. I must say that all should get involved in election from today itself. Someone says 90 days are left to polls, while the others say 100 days are left, I say ‘Zero day’ is left to polls. You must sound the poll bugle right from today onwards. SACHIN PILOT, CONGRESS LEADER Congress government will be formed again in Rajasthan. If the Block President will be strong, Congress will remain strong there. Government has left no stone unturned in carrying out various public welfare works. The Opposition doesn’t have any issue to speak about. ASHOK GEHLOT, CHIEF MINISTER We might have differences of opinion among ourselves, but when it comes to party, then all are one. Our DNA is of Congress. Whereas, in BJP none can even dare to speak. A leader can express his views in Congress. The one with a clear image the one who wins in survey, will be given the ticket. SUKHJINDER RANDHAWA, CONG STATE IN CHARGE The problem of people not being able to get the pension is more in Udaipur division. Perhaps, either the people of that area are less active or the public representatives aren’t taking much interest. TIKARAM JULLY, SOCIAL JUSTICE EMPOWERMENT MINISTER A beneficiary during Pensioners’ Labharthi Rally Pension Mela at Ramleela Maidan in Jaipur on Thursday. SANTOSH SHARMA Cong will be strong when Block Prezs are strong: CM Raje’s meeting with Nadda grabs eyeballs! Om Birla lends a patient ear to masses during public hearing l District Presidents will be the Vice- Presidents of 20-point programme, announces CM in his virtual address in meeting l Sukhjinder Randhawa and GS Dotasra will chair the New Executive Committee Meeting of State PCC in Jaipur on July 15 CM Ashok Gehlot virtually addresses the day-long workshop of newly elected Block Presidents at PCC Headquarters from the CMR in Jaipur on Thursday. Also seen is Shashikant Sharma. Aditi Nagar New Delhi An important meeting between former Raj CM Vasundhara Raje and JP Nadda on Thursday was held at Nadda’s residence Delhi for about 1 hour 15 minutes. BL Santosh had said two days ago that ‘Lead- ership had a different perspective before K’taka polls’. But now perspective of Raj polls has become different.’So the million dollar ques- tion is:Is there any rela- tion between Madam’s meeting BL Santosh’s remark? Everyone inter- ested in ‘future’ of Ra- jasthan is actively trying to find an answer to this question! First India Bureau Kota LS Speaker Om Birla held a public hearing at the Lok Sabha Camp Of- fice in Kota on Thurs- day. He stayed in the camp office for about seven hours and person- ally listened to their problems and directed officials to resolve them at earliest. Farmers told their problems regarding so- lar equipment under the Kusum Scheme, while the Sarpanches handed over a memorandum re- garding problems relat- ed to rural development. Many parents also reached out with the re- quest to get their chil- dren admitted to prestig- ious educational institu- tions of metropolitan cities, while many came with requests for treat- ment of serious diseases like cancer. People of Keshoraipatan thanked LS Speaker Om Birla for getting the high level bridge constructed over the Kurel river. RANDHAWA, DOTASRA CONFIDENT OF CONG’S WIN IN UPCOMING POLLS Cong’s Raj In charge, SS Randhawa said party is entering into poll battle in Raj with more force as compared to last time with a resolve to win in 2023.PCC Chief Dotasra said Cong’s victory is certain in 2023 assembly 2024 general elections. GS Dotasra and Sachin Pilot in conversation during the the day-long workshop of newly elected Block Presidents at PCC Headquarters in Jaipur on Thursday. Also seen are Dr BD Kalla Harish Chaudhary. SANTOSH SHARMA JP Nadda PM Narendra Modi Amit Shah JP Nadda BL Santosh Vasundhara Raje CM Ashok Gehlot Vasundhara Raje Om Birla addresses peoples’ concerns during a public hearing held at the Camp Office in Kota on Thursday.
  • 10. h e t h e r y o u ’ r e plotting an escape to a secluded island or ready to take a long-awaited European holiday, airport outfits are just as important as the looks packed away inside your luggage. Long flights require wardrobe essentials that are comfortable, and it doesn’t hurt if they are a sartorial hit, too. If you’re not sure what to wear during your next geta- way, who better to look to for inspiration than the celebrities who are con- stantly jet-setting. The clothing choice can range from mix-and- match tailored separates such as an oversize shirt cut from fine boiled wool viscose jersey and stretch nylon trousers, alongside fluid pieces like a viscose satin maxi skirt. They’re complemented by cloud soft knitwear staples in- cluding a cashmere crewneck, a mohair- blend sweater, a wool poncho with a fisher- man’s rib-knit collar available in regular and cropped versions, and a dreamy cashmere bomber jacket that wears like a favourite cardigan. Deepika Padukone aesthetic, for example, serves as the perfect guide for elevated casu- al dressing. While arriv- ing in Cannes, she dem- onstrated the power of an easy-to-throw-on dress. A sharp flat and a chic tote al- ways complement the winning look. Of course, you don’t have to wear a dress to look pol- ished at the airport. Su- permodels often give us a chic lesson in laid back dressing, layering a tur- tleneck underneath a roomy cardigan and fin- ishing the look with matching knit pants. JAIPUR, FRIDAY | JULY 14, 2023 Glamour | Fashion | Bollywood | Hollywood | Lifestyle FACING BACKLASH! amantha Ruth Prabhu landed in controversy because of her new song Aradhya from the upcoming film Kushi. A few netizens on Twitter shared a screenshot of Vijay keeping his leg on her. P11 S 09 firstindia.co.in firstindia.co.in/epapers/jaipur thefirstindia thefirstindia thefirstindia Fashion TakesFlight Airplanes are notoriously quite chilly, so a look with versatile layers always comes in handy. City First takes on a high fashion range and offers relaxed yet refined monochromatic layering pieces to wear on the move, or anywhere with strong air conditioning! Mitali Dusad mitalidusad01 @gmail.com W
  • 11. Your Page JAIPUR, FRIDAY | JULY 14, 2023 Simran Khaneja, Model Face Day of the YOUR DAILY HOROSCOPE by Saurabbh Sachdeva ARIES MAR 21 - APR 20 Fortunes are set to rise for those in trade and business. 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. Health will be satisfactory. LEO JULY 24 - AUGUST 23 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. SAGITTARIUS NOV 23 - DEC 22 Your spouse is someone who can do any- thing for your happiness. You are happy spending whole day at home. Tensions on the family front are likely to get sorted out. Help your mothers at home today and give them a reason to smile. LIBRA SEPT 24 - OCTOBER 22 Today is a favourable day for business. Listening to someone’s advice on the pro- fessional front will be in your interest. You are very generous by nature and also you are the backbone of your family. Your lover may finally say yes to get married to you. AQUARIUS JAN 21 - FEB 19 Pending paperwork concerning a property will be completed. Your spouse may make you spend more than you expected. Admit your faults in relationship. Fantastic day for investing money in stock market as you can make fortune. TAURUS APR 21 - MAY 20 Family will be supportive of your ideas, but only to an extent. You give tough competi- tion to people. Many people get inspired by you. You will get special treatment from your dear ones. Good health is assured through own efforts. VIRGO AUG 24 - SEP 23 Some family issues may need urgent resolution, so don’t neglect them. Some of you are likely to enjoy an excursion with friends.You will feel financially comfort- able. Your personality will attract many eligible bachelors. CAPRICORN DEC 23 - JAN 20 You must create an environment of understanding at home. Your regular exercise routine promises to keep you fit and energetic. You will succeed in any sort of examination if you put your heart and soul to it. SCORPIO OCT 23 - NOVEMBER 22 You will enjoy good health by remaining regular in your workouts. It will be in your interest to guide a family youngster on the academic front. Scrumptious food is what you are craving for today. You may start a side business to earn extra money. PISCES FEB20 - MARCH 20 Don’t make friends for money and status rather make friends who will stick with you forever. You care about you lover but some- how hesitate in expressing that care. On social front, you may have to spend some extra money in buying gifts for someone. GEMINI MAY 21 - JUNE 21 You are very fortunate to have a great friend circle. Whatever you have in mind, you will manage to implement it at work. You are likely to feel much healthy and energetic today. Visit a doctor if you have any doubts about your health. CANCER JUNE 22 - JULY 23 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. Overall a good day. firstindia.co.in firstindia.co.in/epapers/jaipur thefirstindia thefirstindia thefirstindia 10 eam sports are a great leveller. If the players do not contribute to the larger cause ben- eficial to the whole team, then one can see individual brilliance oc- casionally but overall, they may flounder because of disunity. There are many ‘sporting’exam- ples from which we can draw inspi- ration and juxtapose them into the corporate world. Take football. Ar- guably, one of the best clubs in the world FC Barcelona had a fantastic attacking trio nicknamed MSN – Messi, Suarez and Neymar scoring goals galore and helping the team emerge victorious time and again. Not to be outdone arch-rival Real Madrid had BBC – Bale, Benzema and Cristiano up in the front deliv- ering for their team repeatedly. Complementing each other they knew exactly what is expected from them individually by the rest of the team. Shifting focus to cricket there too one can find examples where players in select combination have excelled, be it – Greenidge Haynes, Gavaskar Chetan Chau- han, West Indies pace quartet of Roberts, Holding, Garner Mar- shall or our very own spin quartet of Bedi, Prasanna, Chandra Ven- kat – all seemed to understand each other better and delivered when- ever asked for. Similarly, in the corporate world though the CEOs are undeniably at the top of their respective organiza- tions, yet it’s noticed often they yearn to have an ably supportive crack team. And that’s where the CXOs who are next in the chain of command need to pitch in their in- puts from individual standpoints. Many management gurus opine COO, CFO and CHRO can form a vital sounding board for their CEO, particularly in large organizations. Though ideas can come from any source and should be welcomed ir- respective of their position in an organization’s hierarchy yet invari- ably CEOs develop a close circle to deal with critical issues that may call for deft handling. Effective collaboration in any organization ought to begin at the top and they should work in uni- son towards achieving the envi- sioned goals. CEOs, in close coor- dination with departmental heads, need to take a holistic view of their organization and develop a cohe- sive overarching strategy - instead of individual ones - displaying a collective spirit. Organizations should rally around their CEOs who are expect- ed to lead them with well-defined vision and measurable objectives. Collaboration amongst all stake- holders is one of the keys to the mutual success of a CEO and the organization. Usually, CEOs are multifaceted exhibiting analytical, managerial, communication, and leadership skills but there could be certain spots of weakness that could be overcome if ably complemented by other CXOs. ACEO creating a clique to run an organization can be a two-edged sword. The composition of a CEO’s core team may depend on the lead- er’s working style, the culture of that organization and the major is- sues they are grappling with. When an individual’s performance negatively impacts others in the team then the whole purpose of having an inner circle gets defeated. If a member is not aligned with the vision fully or displays a lack of commit- ment, then it’s better not to pursue a unified decision-making process. Detailed and careful assessment needs to be done by the CEO on whether to continue or disband the core team. An important factor to note is not to have a team of ‘yes men’ who do not offer any unique solution. This can lead to blind spots and a narrow funnel for ideas or innovativeness. If a CEO’s top team is large, then the time spent with vital external stake- holders could get reduced disproportionately. This insularity could often blur the CEO’s vision to read prevailing threats in the marketplace. Some CEOs prefer to have a large core group thinking it would help delegate responsibilities equitably but that can be counterproductive as the ‘span of control’ could get weakened or spiral out of hand. Also, there could be a likelihood that larger teams are less integrated, and consensus is elusive. To mitigate these shortcomings, the CEO should regularly engage with staff outside the core team and foster an environment of independ- ent thinking within the organization. Importance of CXOs working withtheirCEO Sabyasachi Dutta Country General Manager of a British MNC in India A business executive with more than two decades of corporate experience spanning the globe, writing is a passion for Sabyasachi. He primarily writes on buzzing management and leadership topics. T LET’S LOOK AT SOME PROS AND CONS PROS CONS The CEO needs to “talk the talk” by clear- ly communicating the expectation and unambiguously setting the benchmark. The dictum that all ‘sail or sink together’ should be cast in stone. The CEO should “walk the talk” and prove that the buck eventually stops with him. Even when things don’t go well according to the plan, he should not ditch the team and fall back into non-collaborative behav- iour. Subsequently, when the team suc- ceeds it should be celebrated publicly, recognized, and abundantly rewarded. The CEO should ensure transparency and informality with his team to quickly arrive at decisions in tune with the changing time instead of dithering to look for unanimity. Gordon Greenidge Neymar Cristiano Ronaldo, Sunil Gavaskar and Malcolm Marshall
  • 12. D ream Kardashian is well- known because of her Kar- dashian aunts and how she often features on Khloe Kar- dashian’s Instagram.The six-year-old is the only daughter of Robert Kar- dashian Jr. and his ex-fiancée Blac Chyna.ThoughDreamhasagreat relationship with all her aunts, it is clear that Khloe Kardashian is the one who has been com- pletely involved in her life. In a sneak peek of the July 13 episode of The Kardashians, Kourtney Kardashian’s ex Scott Disick comments on Khloe Kardashian’s relation- shipwithDreamKardashian. Scott Disick praises Khloe Kardashian’s ability to be- come a third parent to Dream despite having gone through a lot. During the confes- sional, Khloe Kardashian ad- mitted,“Dream is one of my babies too, just like all the rest of them, and I abso- lutely love being a mom to people.” I t seems that Hailey Bieber has been living in her Barbie era since the last few weeks! Over the last few weeks, Hailey Bieber has been stepping into her Barbie era whether it is for the date night with Justin Bieber or celebration party for her skincare brand Rhode. On Tues- day, Hailey Bieber posted a new fun TikTok video as she officially adapts to the Barbiecore pink trend. In the video, the 26 year old model can be seen looking like a Malibu Barbie in a ruched bubblegum pink halter mini dress from Bond-Eye. She ac- cessorized her outfit with chunky gold earrings and a matching necklace. Hailey opted for a glowing makeup look as she highlighted her cheek bones with pink blush. She styled her hair slicked back into a tight bun. As Hailey Bieber showed off her look, Nicki Minaj and Ice Spice’s new ‘BarbieWorld’ song played in the background. She captioned her post with some emojis. T ejasswi Prakash, the renowned Indian TV actress and style icon, always knows just how to make heads turn with her impeccable fashion sense eve- rywhere she goes. Her sense of style and cha- risma are beyond comparable and she goes above and beyond to leave everyone speech- less.We’re totally obsessed with her fashion choices, aren’t you? The Naagin actress recently posted pictures of herself in a taste- ful tan crop top and pant co-ord set designed by the talented Dimple Belani-Thadani. She showcased her effortless elegance and capti- vated the attention of fashion enthusiasts. Dim- ple Belani-Thadani, the talented designer behind Tejasswi’s captivating outfit, is known for her abil- ity to blend contemporary and traditional elements seamlessly. Her creations exude grace and sophisti- cation,makingherafavouriteamongcelebritiesand fashion enthusiasts alike. Dimple’s choice of the tan colour palette for Tejasswi’s crop top and pant co- ord set showcased her knack for selecting colours that enhance a person’s natural beauty. Bolly To Holly JAIPUR, FRIDAY | JULY 14, 2023 firstindia.co.in firstindia.co.in/epapers/jaipur thefirstindia thefirstindia thefirstindia 11 amantha Ruth Prabhu land- ed in controversy because of her new song Aradhya from the upcoming film Kushi. A few netizens on Twitter shared a screenshot of Vijay Deverakonda keeping his leg on her. They reshared her old tweet from 2013 about a re- gressive poster and took a dig at her. A few also said that ‘Karma hit her back’. Back in 2013, when a poster of Mahesh Babu and Kriti Sanon from Nenokkadine was released, she tweeted about how regressive it was. She wrote, “Saw a poster of a yet-to-be-released Telugu film. Not only is it deeply regressive, but it’s point is actually that it is deeply re- gressive (sic).” Now, after the Aradhya song was released, a few netizens made her old tweets viral along with the poster of Vijay putting his leg on Samantha. Some of them also pointed out that many Samantha films including Kushi are also regressive. A few netizens wrote, ‘Karma hits back’, ‘Karma is boomerang’ and etc. S A lia Bhatt is a true fashionista who has proven time and again that fashion doesn’t always have to mean extravagance. The Rocky Aur Rani Ki Prem Kahani actress is known for her minimalistic approach to fashion and jew- ellry, along with her incomparable charisma and sense of style. She is known to make a statement with basically everything that she wears. Recently, the Gangubai Kathiawadi actress chose to wear a beautiful black saree with delicate white polka dots for an event. She looked exceptionally gorgeous as she walked in, dazzling everyone with her smile, beauty, and, of course, her wit. So, why don’t we get up close and personal to take a closer look at the outfit of the ‘Heart Of Stone’ actress? The actress from Kapoor Sons showcased her appre- ciation for the art of draping as she wrapped the pallu around her arms, a technique that adds an extra layer of grace and elegance to any outfit. She com- pleted the outfit with matching heels. Doesn’t she look phenomenal? Alia exemplifies simplicity TEJASSWI turning heads Hailey slays BARBIECORE KHLOE DREAM Alia Bhatt Spotted... Still from the song... Her post... Tejasswi Prakash Her post... Hailey Bieber Samantha Ruth Prabhu Khloe Kardashian Her post...