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HARMANPREET SUSPENDED AFTER
BREACHING ICC CODE OF CONDUCT
India captain Harmanpreet Kaur has
been suspended for 2 int’l matches fol-
lowing 2 breaches of ICC Code of Con-
duct during match against Bangladesh.
CHINA NAMES WANG YI AS NEW
FOREIGN MIN, REPLACES QIN
Wang Yi has been named as new for-
eign minister of China on Tuesday. Qin
Gang, “missing” foreign minister was
removed and Wang Yi replaced him.
Gyanvapi case: Allahabad HC on Tuesday heard
a plea against a district court order directing ASI
survey, the CJ posted it for further hearing today
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FORMATION OF RAJ STATE TELI GHANI DEVP BOARD
Govt’s plan for
social, edu and
economic growth
of Teli community
AFTER THE APPROVAL OF CM
ASHOK GEHLOT, THE ORDER FOR
FORMATION HAS BEEN ISSUED BY
THE DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL
JUSTICE AND EMPOWERMENT
Naresh Sharma
Jaipur
ajasthan State
Teli Ghani De-
v e l o p m e n t
Board has been consti-
tuted by the state govern-
ment for the social, edu-
cational and economic
advancement of the Teli
community.
This board will make
innovative plans for the
upliftment of the com-
munity, identify prob-
lems and submit sugges-
tions to the state govern-
ment. Along with the
conservation and promo-
tion of Teli Ghani, the
board will do skill devel-
opment training, entre-
preneurship promotion,
promotion of employ-
ment and self-employ-
ment opportunities to the
youth, reviewing the im-
plementation of budget
announcements related
to the board, sharing in-
formation about useful
experiences of other
states, monitoring physi-
cal and financial targets
of training programs of
various departments and
other works.
The Board will have a
total of 5 non-official
members including
Chairman, Vice Chair-
man and 3 members.
Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot
R The Managing
Director of Rajasthan
State Other Backward
Classes Finance
and Development
Cooperative
Corporation
Limited or his
representative will
be a special invitee
Last respect to RSS ideologue
Union Home Minister Amit
Shah, RSS Chief Mohan
Bhagwat, BJP National
President JP Nadda,
Dattatreya Hosabale,
Dharmendra Pradhan,
Devendra Fadnavis,
Prakash Javadekar and
others paid last respects
to the mortal remains of
veteran RSS leader Madan
Das Devi during funeral,
in Pune on Tuesday.
Anju is now Fatima, reportedly
marries Pak friend Nasrullah
Rashpal Singh
Jaipur
Anju Rafael, a mother of
2 fromAlwar who went to
Pakistan, has converted to
Islam and married her Pa-
kistani lover Nasrullah
and changed her name to
Fatima, according to re-
ports in the Pakistani me-
dia. Reports said, mar-
riage of Nasrullah and
Anju has been formally
done in the district court,
Upper Dir whereAnju ap-
peared wearing a black
burqa and had covered
her face while going to
the court, but her face was
not covered elsewhere.
DIG of Malakand Div,
Nasir Mehmood Satti has
also confirmed the mar-
riage of Anju, Nasrullah.
After Nikah, couple was
escorted to their home by
cops to ensure safety.
Anju with Nasrullah in video grab shot in Pak’s Khyber on Tuesday.
Tigress ‘Arrowhead’ with 3 cubs
in Ranthambore on Tuesday.
Nasrullah, however,
is reported to have
said that they did
not marry yet
Nirmal Tiwari
Sawai Madhopur/Jaipur
Tigress T-84, popularly
known as Arrowhead,
was sighted with three
cubs in Ranthambore na-
tional park on Tuesday.
The tigress is offspring of
clan of famous tigress
T-16 alias Machhali. This
isArrowhead’s fourth lit-
ter at about 9 yrs of age.
The cubs from 1st litter
could not survive. The
famous tigresses Riddhi
 Siddhi from her 2nd
litter have become pride
of R’bore. CM Gehlot
shared news on SM.  P2
First India Bureau
New Delhi
Amid the ruckus in the
Parliament over Manipur
issue Tuesday, VP and
RS chairman Jagdeep
Dhankhar and Leader of
Opposition Mallikarjun
Kharge engaged in a
light-hearted exchange.
After Kharge said he was
also among leaders who
demanded a discussion
on Manipur, Dhankhar
replied, “That will hap-
pen as the time permits…
but you are number one
in my heart.” In response,
Kharge said, “I know
your heart is very large…
but that is on other side.”
Tigress T-84
spotted with 3
cubs in R’bore
VP Dhankhar to
Kharge: You’re
no. 1 in my heart
PM Modi’s sharpest attack on Opposition amid Parl din
‘DIRECTIONLESS’
INDIA also in East India Company, Indian Mujahideen, says Modi
Moni Sharma
New Delhi
Prime Minister Narendra
Modi on Tuesday tears
out at opposition parties
for continuously disrupt-
ing the monsoon session
of Parliament. “We have
never seen such a direc-
tionless Opposition,” the
PM said while addressing
a meeting of BJP MPs on
Tuesday. PM Modi took
a dig at the Opposition al-
liance INDIA, drawing
parallels with infamous
names like the East India
Company and Popular
Front of India. He em-
phasized that merely us-
ing the country’s name
wouldn’t be enough to
mislead the people.
Tearing into Oppn par-
ties’ protests leading to
parliament logjam, PM
Modi said that the opposi-
tion parties seem to have
made up their minds to
remain in opposition for a
long time as they have
been directionless.  P5
NOTHING CHANGES
BY ADDING INDIA NAME.
NARENDRA MODI, PRIME MINISTER
HAVE WRITTEN TO LEADERS OF OPPN IN
BOTH HOUSES FOR MANIPUR TALKS: HM
Union Home and Cooperation
Minister Amit Shah in Lok Sabha
on Tues-
day said, ‘We will
bring new a new
co-operative policy
before Vijayadashmi
or Diwali this year.’
‘I have written to the
Leaders of Opposi-
tion in both Houses
that the government
is ready for a dis-
cussion on Manipur
and urged them to create a conducive at-
mosphere for a discussion on this sensitive
matter. People are watching the true face of
the Opposition now,’ said Amit Shah.
Call us whatever you want.
We are INDIA. We will help
heal Manipur and wipe the
tears of every woman and
child. We will bring back
love and peace for all her
people. We will rebuild the
idea of India in Manipur.
RAHUL GANDHI, CONGRESS LEADER
I am not aware of their
move but if they are
doing so they should
know that last time they
brought a no-confidence
motion, BJP came back
to power with majority
of over 300 seats, same
will happen again, we
will get over 350 seats
PRALHAD JOSHI,PARL AFFAIRS MIN
LS: Oppn may submit no-
confidence motion notice
Some parties of the
Oppn INDIA alliance
are likely to move a
notice for a no-confidence
motion against the govt in
the Lok Sabha in an attempt
to make PM Modi speak in
Parl on Manipur violence,
sources said on Tuesday.
TUESDAY’S BUSINESS IN
PARLIAMENT SESSION
l LS passes the Biodiver-
sity Bill by voice vote
l Lok Sabha passes
Multi-State Cooperative
Societies Bill
l Rajya Sabha passes
Constitution (Scheduled
Tribes) Order Bill
PM Narendra Modi being greeted upon his arrival at BJP parliamentary party meeting on Tuesday.
Pralhad Joshi, Dr Jitendra Singh, Arjun Ram Meghwal, Kirodi Lal Meena  other leaders also seen.
KARGIL
VIJAY
DIWAS
Her Excellency, Hon’ble
President Droupadi
Murmu completes 1 year
in office on Tuesday.  P5
IN BRIEF
Union Cabinet clears
Bill to replace Delhi
services ordinance
New Delhi: The Cen-
tral cabinet on Tuesday
cleared a bill to replace
ordinance that gives the
Central government
greater control over
the posting of officers
in New Delhi. The bill
will be introduced in
the Parliament soon.
Former Haryana min
acquitted in 2012 air
hostess suicide case
New Delhi: Delhi court
acquitted former Hary-
ana Minister Gopal Goy-
al Kanda and his associ-
ate in a case of abetment
of suicide of former air
hostess Geetika Sharma.
It said possibility of sui-
cide due to other reasons
cannot be ruled out.
SpiceJet catches fire at
Delhi airport; none hurt
New Delhi: The engine
of an under mainte-
nance SpiceJet turbo-
prop aircraft caught fire
while carrying out en-
gine ground run at idle
power at Delhi Airport
bay on Tuesday. The
aircraft is safe and luck-
ily no one was injured.
CONGRATULATIONS
MADAM PRESIDENT!
Manipur internet ban
now ‘partially revoked’
First India Bureau
Imphal
Manipur govt on Tues-
day partially lifted inter-
net ban by conditionally
allowing broadband ser-
vice while keeping the
ban on mobile internet.
The state govt said inter-
net ban was being par-
tially lifted in view of
problems faced by peo-
ple as it has affected of-
fices, educational institu-
tions, health facilities,
booking of cooking gas,
and other services.  P7
Children displaced at an
exclusive relief camp
in Imphal on Tuesday.
DCW CHIEF MALIWAL
MEETS KIN OF VICTIMS
“Met the family of
the daughters who
were victims of
brutality in Manipur… their
tears would not let me sleep
for a long time,” DCW chief
Swati Maliwal tweeted on
Tuesday as she shared a
video of their interaction.
Vikas Sharma
Jaipur
The staff members of Ra-
jasthan University of
Health Sciences (RUHS)
on Tuesday boycotted
work over discrepancies
in implementation of Old
Pension Scheme (OPS).
The protestors informed
that more than 450 em-
ployees protested under
the banner of OPS Sany-
ukt Sangharsh Samiti.
President of Non-Teach-
ing Staff Union Satyen-
dra Chowdhary said they
have raised their de-
mands at various levels,
but none of their de-
mands have been ful-
filled.
“The administration
took out lakhs of rupees
in lieu of OPS while the
employees are not get-
ting any kind of recov-
ery,” Chowdhary said.
First India Bureau
Jaipur
The powers to grant
consent, refuse and can-
cel mining leases for
mines of 5 hectares un-
der the provisions of the
Water (Prevention and
Control of Pollution)
Act and Air (Prevention
and Control of Pollu-
tion) Act have now been
given to the regional of-
fices of the Rajasthan
State Pollution Control
Board.
However, the right to
give consents, reject and
cancel the mining lease
of more than 5 hectares
will remain with the
head office, member
secretary of the board N
Vijay said. Chairman of
the Rajasthan State Pol-
lution Control Board
Shikhar Agarwal said
that continuous efforts
are being made to ease
the process in setting up
industries in the state.
He said that a special
initiative has been taken
by the Board in the di-
rection of ease of doing
business by expanding
the jurisdiction of re-
gional officers. Powers
under water act and air
act have been given to
regional offices.
RAJASTHAN
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Reg. offices given more
power on mining leases
Tigerpopulationontheriseas
11cubsborninlastonemonth
Tigress T-84, ‘Arrowhead’ sighted with three cubs on Tuesday
TIGER-STHAN
Nirmal Tiwari
Jaipur
With three new cubs of
Tigress T-84, popularly
known as Arrowhead,
sighted in Ranthambore
national park on Tuesday,
the number of tigers in
Ranthambore has
reached the 79 including
22 males, 30 females and
27 sub-adults and cubs.
There are 30 tigers in
Sariska and 5 in Ramgarh
Vishdhari Tiger Reserve.
Total 11 tiger cubs have
born in a month in the
state. On 21 June, T-124
Riddhi was seen in Ran-
thambore with 3 cubs.
On 9 July, ST-19 was
seen in Sariska with 2
cubs. On 16 July, RVT2
was seen in Ramgarh
Vishdhari with 3 cubs.
The increasing number
of tigers is the result of
excellent wildlife man-
agement and surveillance
by brilliant leadership of
ACS Shikhar Agarwal,
Chief Wildlife Warden
ArindamTomar and team
work of CCF RN Meena,
PKathirvel, DFO Deven-
dra Jagawat, Mohit
Gupta, Sanjeev Sharma.
FD’s and all three
DCFs do field patrolling
in all the three reserves.
In fact, the craze of tiger
tourism is increasing
among tourists and wild-
life lovers in the state.
SURVEILLANCE RAMPED
UP IN RANTHAMBORE
With the birth of elev-
en cubs in ;ast one
month, Field Director
P Kathairvel and Deputy
Conservator of Forests,
Mohit Gupta are continu-
ously engaged in monitoring
of new cubs in R’bhore. All 5
core routes of Ranthambore
are closed during monsoon
for saftey purposes, in such
a situation surveillance has
been increased further. The
goal is to ensure safety and
care of the newborn Tigers
and deter any poachers,
trafficors from attempting
untoward activities.
Rajasthan welcomes new guests of the forest.
The good news of the birth of 3 new tiger cubs
was received from Ranthambore. This beauti-
ful picture is reaffirming our commitment to Tigers and
wildlife conservation. Hearty congratulations to the
Rajasthan Tiger Reserve team.
Ashok Gehlot @ashokgehlot51
Gold worth approx
1.5 cr seized from 2
passengers in 2 days
Ziauddin Khan
Jaipur
The incidents of gold
smuggling from coun-
tries like the UAE are
increasing day by day in
Jaipur. The officials of
the Directorate of Rev-
enue Intelligence (DRI)
on Monday held a pas-
senger with smuggled
gold worth Rs. 70 lakhs
at Jaipur International
Airport. Sources in-
formed the passenger, a
resident of Nagaur, had
gone to Dubai three
months ago in search of
a Job.
“On Monday after-
noon, he returned to
Jaipur from Dubai. Of-
ficials recovered 1.16
kgs of gold from him,
worth around Rs. 70
lakhs in market,” sourc-
es said. “The accused
was produced before a
court and sent to jail,”
the source added. On
Tuesday, 1285 grams of
gold worth Rs 78,25,650
was recovered hidden in
the luggage of a passen-
ger coming from Shar-
jah in flight G935. Now
investigation is being
done in both the cases of
as to who the metal was
to be supplied in Jaipur.
The accused had in
his possession, a
tobacco box molded
from 1.16 Kg of pure
gold with a market
value of approx
`70 Lakhs
Woman sterilised without
permission at Jaipur hosp
First India Bureau
Jaipur
A case of tubectomy per-
formed without consent
has come to light at
Jaipur’s Janana Hospital.
During the woman’s op-
eration for delivery, the
hospital staff were busy
celebrating a birthday in
the ward. Victim’s hus-
band filed a complaint at
the Sindhi Camp police
station on Tuesday.
According to CI Jay-
amal Singh, the com-
plaint was lodged by
Ram Singh. On July 21,
his wife Poonam Kavar
was admitted to Janana
Hospital for her second
delivery. Dr Pawan Ku-
mar Agrawal is incharge
of ward where Poonam
was admitted.The hus-
band alleged that during
Poonam’s operation for
delivery, the ward doctor
and other staff were busy
in birthday celebrations
and Dr Agrawal per-
formed the tubectomy
without permission. Dr
Agrawal has denied his
involvement and said
that he was not present at
the time of the operation.
DGP, SPs attend
HC hearing on
missing children
cases in state
Kamal Kant
Jaipur
In the case of missing
children, a division bench
of Justice Pankaj
Bhandari and Bhuvan
Goyal in the Rajasthan
High Court on Tuesday
asked the state govern-
ment and the police ad-
ministration to speed up
their system and improve
existing arrangements to
find the children soon.
The court asked the
government to develop
coordination with the po-
lice and administration of
other states even at the
interstate level. During
the hearing on the habeas
corpus petitions filed in
this regard, DGP Umesh
Mishra and the SPs of
Ajmer, Bhiwadi, Alwar
and Dausa were present
in the High Court.
The High Court said
whether the state govern-
ment and the police ad-
ministration do not have
any mechanism to quick-
ly find the children.
NCW takes
cognisance in
Barmer alleged
rape and murder
Mukesh Mathrani
Barmer
National commission of
woman on Tuesday took
cognizance in Barmer
tribal woman rape and
murder case. Condemn-
ing the incident NCW
said that it has taken suo-
moto cognizance and di-
rected for swift investi-
gation. “Justice must
prevail, NCW further
said.” NCB’s moves
came after a video, show-
ing half naked body of
the woman, went viral on
social media.
However, the police
has a different version on
it. Bhuttaram Bishnoi,
station house officer at
Chohtan police station,
said that when they re-
covered the body, which
was hanging on the tree,
at that time the woman
was completely dressed.
He further said that after
the post-mortem the
body was handed over to
the family members.
Bishnoi said that they
have yet no idea about
any video but if anything
happened like this, strict
action would be taken.
Police has booked the ac-
cused under section 366,
376 and 302 of IPC.
June: Highest pax movement in 5 years
Ziauddin Khan
Jaipur
The Jaipur International
Airport has now broken
record of the last 5 years
in passenger load. Te air-
port claims that June has
the highest passenger
load as compared to the
last 5 years.
But the airport has not
yet been able to find a
permanent solution for
the common passengers
who are often troubled by
the canceled and delayed
flights at the airport. Ac-
cording to the latest data
released, the number of
passengers travelling in
domestic flights in the
month of June stood at
4,33,454 while 33,737
international passengers
traveled. The process of
cancellation and delay of
daily flights at the airport
has become common.
Narco test to be conducted on
accused of Osian family murder
First India Bureau
Jodhpur
Narco test will be con-
ducted on Pappuram Be-
rad, accused of burning
the couple, daughter-in-
law and an innocent alive
in Osian’s Ramnagar vil-
lage. Investigating Of-
ficer Madanlal Royal has
filed an application in the
ACJM Osian Court to get
the narco test done.
Superintendent of Po-
lice (Rural) Dharmendra
Singh Yadav said that the
police are investigating
the incident. Berad, a
resident of Ramnagar,
accused of brutally mur-
dering and burning his
uncle’s family including
a 4-month old baby over
land dispute, is remorse-
less. After being taken
into custody on the basis
of suspicion, he con-
fessed to his crime during
interrogation. Police in-
terrogated him separately
at the Osian police sta-
tion. Even theAdditional
Director General of Po-
lice (Crime) Dinesh MN
interrogated him.
SHRC TAKES COGNISANCE
IN JODHPUR MURDERS
The chairman of
Rajasthan Human
Rights Commission
Justice Gopal Krishna Vyas
reached Ram Nagar in
Osian and took feedback
about the murder of four
persons of a family from
police and local people.
He also met the family
members and consoled
them. Vyas directed the po-
lice officials and administra-
tion to provide relief to the
family members by taking
quick actions in the matter.
Congress to protest
throughout state on
Manipur issue today
600 kg adulterated paneer
recovered in Shastri Nagar
Vikas Sharma
Jaipur
As part of the Shudh Ke
Liye Yudh Abhiyan, the
health department on
Tuesday raided a dairy in
Shastri Nagar and seized
600 kgs of adulterated
paneer. Officials in-
formed that the central
team of the Food Direc-
torate raided Best Dairy
located in Shastri Nagar
and found that the ac-
cused were first extract-
ing cream from the milk
and then mixing sham-
poo and palm oil in the
milk to make paneer.
“The team recovered a
huge quantity of sham-
poo, and palm oil from
the spot and seized the
material recovered from
the spot. Action is being
taken against the miscre-
ants for making poison-
ous food items,” in-
formed an official.
Notably, similar ac-
tions have been taken in
the past wherein spurious
ghee, milk and other
items have been seized.
The fake products are
usually common at the
festival times.
First India Bureau
Jaipur
Congress in Rajasthan
will protest against the in-
cidents in Manipur by tak-
ing out protest marches in
allthedistrictsonWednes-
day. The foot march will
be taken out at 11 am,
PCC President Govind
Singh Dotasara said that
after the foot march, a
memorandum against the
central government will
be given to the Collector
in the name of President.
He said that the BJP’s
government has failed to
stop the ongoing caste
conflict, increasing
atrocities against women,
tribals and minority com-
munities in Manipur.
According to the
official data, a total of
4,33,454 passengers
travelled in domestic
flights in June, while
33,737 travelled in
international flights
Aam Aadmi Party activists protesting at collectorate in Jaipur on
Tuesday against Manipur incident.  SANTOSH SHARMA
Employees of RUHS protesting in Jaipur against the Old Pension
Scheme on Tuesday.  MUKESH KIRADOO
BJP TO PROTEST UNDER
‘NAHISAHEGARAJASTHAN’
As part of the ‘Nahi
Sahega Rajasthan’
campaign, the work-
ers of BJP Mahila Morcha
will protest outside the
homes of Congress MLAs
on Wednesday by beating
thalis. The mahila morcha
activists will raise their
voices against atrocities and
deteriorating law and order
situation. “Women are not
safe from road to school or
college or workplace. Rajas-
than will not tolerate jungle
raj of CM Gehlot,” said
Raksha Bhandari. Similarly,
on July 27, Yuva Morcha
will take out a motorcycle
rally in 200 constituencies
to spread awareness among
the youth of state.
Tigress ‘Arrowhead’ with her three cubs spotted on Tuesday in Ranthambore.
RUHS employees boycott work
over irregularities in the OPS
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Ashok Yogi
Jaipur
The unemployed youths
on Tuesday protested at
Shaheed Samarak and
protested against the
government over their
various pending de-
mands. State President of
Berojgar Sangh Upen
Yadav said that the ap-
pointment of the chair-
man of staff selection
board and RPSC should
be done on the lines of
UPSC. “The govt has
brought the law of life
imprisonmentandwewel-
come it, but there is no
investigation in the paper
leakcase.Today,thisdem-
onstration has been done
to wake up the govt re-
garding various demands
including honorarium of
tourist guides, paramedi-
cal cadre,” said Yadav.
First India Bureau
Pali
In a tragic incident near
Ghumti on Jodhpur Road
in Pali city, on Tuesday,
parents committed sui-
cide by jumping in front
of the Jodhpur-RatlaPali:
Couple dies by suicide
as daughter marries in-
tercaste – 120m train.
The couple was disturbed
by their daughter’s deci-
sion to marry a person
from another caste. The
bodies have been placed
in the morgue of Bangad
Hospital.
3 YEARS OF NEP-2020
NEP bringing changes in edu: Padhy
First India Bureau
Jaipur
press confer-
ence was organ-
ized by Malviya
National Institute of
Technology Jaipur on the
occasion of three years of
National Education Poli-
cy-2020. The press con-
ference was addressed by
Prof. NP Padhy Director,
MNIT; Manoj Gupta,
Under Secretary, Region-
al CBSE Office, Ajmer;
BL Morodia, Deputy
Commissioner, Kendriya
Vidyalaya Sangathan,
Jaipur; NK Patel, Depu-
ty Commissioner, Navo-
daya Vidyalaya Samiti;
Dr. Yogesh Kumar, Dep-
uty Director, Skill De-
velopment and Regional
Directorate of Skill De-
velopment and Entre-
preneurship.
Padhy informed that
Prime Minister Naren-
dra Modi will inaugurate
the All India Education
Conference on the third
anniversary of the Na-
tional Education Policy
on July 29 in New Delhi.
Multimedia exhibitions
along with 200 stalls
will be part of the festi-
val, showcasing top ini-
tiatives related to educa-
tion and skills.
First India Bureau
Jaipur
BJP State President CP
Joshi on Tuesday con-
demned the state govern-
ment and expressed deep
concern on the law and
order situation. He said
that the lawyer commu-
nity should raise voice
against the govt in which
ministers and others in-
fluential people are in-
volved in corruption.
“Lawyers should raise
the voice so that the peo-
ple of Raj who are suffer-
ing from the present sys-
tem get immediate re-
lief,” said Joshi while
addressing a dialogue
event organised by the
advocates of the Govern-
ment of India at a hotel in
Jaipur. Joshi was chief
guest in the event.
Additional Solicitor
General of Raj Rajdeep-
ak Rastogi explained the
outline of the event .
First India Bureau
Jaipur
All the councillors of
Congress in Alwar Na-
gar Council are angry
with the functioning of
Minister Shanti Dhari-
wal. The councillors al-
lege that the minister has
given the charge of the
chairmanship to the
deputy chairman of the
city council, who be-
longs to the BJP, for 1.5
years due to which the
Congress councillors
are not able to get any
work done.
The councillors will
meet state in-charge
Sukhjinder Singh Rand-
hawa and PCC president
Govind Singh Dotasra
and hand over their col-
lective resignations.
First India Bureau
Bharatpur
Special Investigation
Team probing the murder
of Kuldeep Jhagina in
police custody has sub-
mitted its report to DGP
Umesh Mishra.Sources
said that the SIT has writ-
ten in the report that the
undertrial prisoners
should not have taken to
court in public transport
and that is the reason
Kuldeep was murdered.It
was also said by the SIT
that the police escorting
the bus did not respond
properly against the mis-
creants. Apart from this,
the investigating officer
through public prosecu-
tor should have produced
the accused through vid-
eo conferencing.
Manoj Tak
Udaipurwati
The dismissed minister
of Rajasthan government
and Udaipurwati MLA
Rajendra Singh Gudha
once again took on the
govt by saying that Dury-
odhan and Dusshasan
were in the government
but he would continue to
fight as long as he lives.
After being sacked as
a minister and mar-
shalled out of the assem-
bly, Gudha went on a
camel cart yatra against
the government in his
constituency. He started
from Jhadaya Balaji
Temple on Tuesday. The
yatra passed through
Pachalangi, Kairoth, Pap-
da and Bagholi in
Udaipurwati. After this,
Gudha held a meeting at
Kairoth near Pachalangi.
Addressing the gathering,
he said that he was a min-
ister in the government
and knew all their corrupt
practices and would ex-
pose them by reaching
out to the people.
NP Padhy, BK Patel, Yogesh Kumar, and Ritu Shukla at a press
conference organised by MNIT in Jaipur. SANTOSH SHARMA
CP Joshi addressing a dialogue event organised by the advocates of the Government of India at the
Fern Hotel, Durgapura in Jaipur on Tuesday. Also seen are Rajdeepak Rastogi and Pramod Vashishth.
Upen Yadav addressing at Shaheed Smarak in Jaipur on Tuesday.
Relatives of the deceased
couple outside the hospital.
Rajendra Gudha touring villages in Udaipurwati on Tuesday.
SIT probing murder
of Kuldeep Jhagina
submitted report to
DGP Umesh Mishra
They demanded that a
Congress councillor
should be nominated
as the chairman.
A
IN BRIEF
Constable shoots self
outside police station
in Chittorgarh, dies
Jhunjhunu: Three peo-
ple were killed while two
were injured after a
speeding car hit three mo-
torcycles in Gudha Gorji
town of Jhunjhunu district
on Tuesday. Police in-
formed the accused, iden-
tified as Sugna Ram, was
in an inebriated state and
was rashly driving his car.
“The mishap took place
near the Ashok Nagar
area under the Gudha
Gorji Police Station area.
The accused has been ar-
rested and is being inter-
rogated,” police said.
Chittorgarh: A police
constable allegedly shot
himself dead in Chittor-
garh on Tuesday morn-
ing. Police informed the
constable, Chetram Gur-
jar (30), was posted at
Bhainsrorgarh Police
Station of Chittorgarh.
“Chetram Gurjar was on
duty in the police station
on Monday early morn-
ing when suddenly he in-
jured his shoulder by the
gunshot of the official ri-
fle,” police said.
Drunken driver kills
three people, injures
two in Jhunjhunu
CP Joshi expresses concern on the law  order situation
Expressing concern
Lawyersshouldraisevoiceso
thatpeoplecangetrelief:Joshi
‘RED DIARY A TOPIC OF DISCUSSION AMONG COMMON MAN’
Jaipur: Rajasthan
BJP leaders are
adopting an aggres-
sive stand on the Gehlot
government these days. On
Tuesday, senior BJP leader
and former minister Arun
Chaturvedi lashed out at
the Gehlot government in
a press conference. During
this, Chaturvedi referring to
the red diary of Rajendra
Gudha said that the red
diary is a topic of discussion
among the common man.
“If this red diary is opened,
then the black activities
of the government will be
revealed,” he said.
RAHATKAR TOURS
BIKANER UNDER
‘NAHI SAHEGA RAJ’
Bikaner:
Bharatiya
Janata Party
(BJP’s) national
secretary and state co-
incharge of Rajasthan
Vijaya Rahatkar during
her tour of Bikaner un-
der the ‘Nahi Sahega
Rajasthan’ campaign,
issued a card of failure
against the state
government. Talking
to First India News,
Rahatkar said that BJP
does what it says. “The
work done under the
leadership of Prime
Minister Modi is before
everyone,” she said.
 Laxman Raghav
Duryodhan  Dusshasan
sittingingovt,saysGudha
RED DIARY IS FICTIONAL, SAYS RAMLAL JAT;
DHEERAJ GURJAR DENIES GUDHA’S CLAIMS
On Tuesday, Minister Ramlal Jat reacted to the
entire controversy surrounding Rajendra Singh
Gudha’s red diary revelation and said, “Red diary
is a fictional character and story.” President of Rajasthan
Seeds Corporation Dheeraj Gurjar on Tuesday claimed
that he was not with Rajendra Gudha when he had se-
cured a red diary from the residence of Congress leader
during Income Tax raid. The red diary mentioned by the
sacked minister Rajendra Gudha has created a storm in
the politics of the state.
RAJENDRA GUDHA RECEIVING OFFERS FROM
VARIOUS PARTIES POST RED DIARY EPISODE
After the Red Diary episode, Rajendra Singh Gudha
has started receiving offers from various parties to
join them. Although the main contesting political
parties in Rajasthan’s electoral politics are Congress and
BJP, the third front has never had any special existence
here but efforts are on.  YogeshSharma
Alwar Cong councillors
protest outside PCC
Jaghina case: SIT says use
of bus was a mistake
Parents jump before moving train
as daughter marries out of caste
Dark clouds hover in the sky over Statue Circle in Jaipur on
Tuesday evening. There is a possibility of torrential rains
in eastern Rajasthan including Jaipur today and Thursday.
 SANTOSH SHARMA
MONSOON SKY
Unemployedyouthsprotest
overvariouspendingdemands
WOMAN, INFANT
DROWN IN BARMER
Barmer: A 25-year-
old woman and her
three-year-old infant
died of drowning in a water
tank in Barmer on Tues-
day, police said. Police
informed the deceased has
been identified as Rekha
and her son Ganpat.
“The mishap took place
in Matasar village under
the Nagana Police Station
area, police said.
Arun Chaturvedi addressing a the media in Jaipur. Also seen are
Narayan Panchariya, Raghav Sharma, Pramod Vashishth.
RAJASTHAN
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FIRST CITIZEN’S FIRST YEAR
Prez Murmu completes one year in office
First India Bureau
New Delhi
n completing
one year in the
office, Presi-
dent Droupadi Murmu on
Tuesday expressed hap-
piness that that through
technology, the Rashtra-
pati Bhavan has been
able to connect with
more and more people in
the past one year.
To mark the comple-
tion of one year of her
presidency, President
Droupadi Murmu par-
ticipated in a number of
activities including lay-
ing of the foundation
stone for redevelopment
of Shiva Temple situated
in the President’s Estate;
laying the foundation
stone for construction of
a Cricket Pavilion at the
Sports Ground of Dr.
Rajendra Prasad Kend-
riya Vidyalaya, Presi-
dent’s Estate; inaugurat-
ing Navachara – an
Artificial Intelligence
enabled gallery devel-
oped by the Rashtrapati
Bhavan in collaboration
with Intel India
The President also in-
augurated Sutra-kala Dar-
pan – a Textile Collection
of Rashtrapati Bhavan;
Janjatiya Darpan – a gal-
lery to showcase the com-
mon and connecting cul-
tural traits of various
tribal communities;
launching the redevel-
oped website of the Presi-
dent of India and Rashtra-
patiBhavan;receivingthe
first copy of the book on
Ayush Wellness Centre,
President’s Estate, titled
‘Preserving Health, Em-
bracing Traditions’.
President Droupadi Murmu at inauguration of various projects
on the occasion of the completion of one year of her presidency,
at Rashtrapati Bhavan, in New Delhi on Tuesday.  ANI
Opposition MPs stage a walkout amid a protest over the Manipur issue during the Monsoon Session, in New Delhi on Tuesday.  ANI
(Top) LS Speaker Om Birla
inaugurates Members
Health Camp at Parliament
House in New Delhi on
Tuesday. (Left) Om Birla
pays tribute to former
LS Speaker Somnath
Chatterjee on his birth
anniversary, on Tuesday.
Mallikarjun Kharge with AAP MP Sanjay Singh and Congress MP
Pramod Tiwari outside Parliament in New Delhi on Tuesday.
O
ANI
New Delhi
On the day the war of
words between the Treas-
ury and Opposition
benches continued to dis-
rupt proceedings in Par-
liament, Lok Sabha
Speaker Om Birla on
Tuesday chaired an all-
party meeting to end the
“impasse”, sources said.
Sources said despite
efforts of the Speaker, the
Opposition refused to
budge from their stand,
demanding that Prime
Minister Narendra Modi
make a statement on the
Manipur situation. “In
the all-party meeting, the
government said it was
ready for a discussion on
the prevailing situation in
Manipur,” a source said.
Birla urged them to dis-
cuss this issue with their
parties, assuring that he
would convene a similar
meeting again. His call to
members to “maintain the
dignity of the House”,
however, fell on deaf ears
as the Opposition persist-
ed with their protests.
Who attended meet
Union Ministers Pralhad
Joshi and Arjun Ram
Meghwal represented the
Centre at the all-party
meeting. Adhir Ranjan
Chowdhury (Congress),
Sudip Bandyopadhyay
(TMC), Supriya Sule
(NCP), Anupriya Patel
(Apna Dal), Lalan Singh
JD(U), TR Baalu (DMK),
Farooq Abdullah (NC),
Pashupati Paras (LJP),
Asaduddin Owaisi
(AIMIM), PR Natrajan
(CPI-M)attendedmeeting.
ANI
New Delhi
Exchange ideas, sit to-
gether, and carry forward
the legacy of Atal Ji and
Advani Ji, are the mes-
sages given by PM Nar-
endra Modi to BJP's Par-
liamentary Party meeting
to celebrate the 25th an-
niversary of NDA, Union
Minister, Pralhad Joshi
said on Tuesday.
The Union Minister
was addressing a press
briefing in Parliament.
He said that PM Modi
had called for celebrating
and taking forward the
NDA with great will and
confidence on the com-
pletion of its 25 years.
ANI
Bengaluru
Ruling out the possibility
of forging a pact with
BJP-led NDA ahead of
next year’s Lok Sabha
polls, the Janata Dal
(Secular) chief HD Deve
Gowda on Tuesday said
that his party will go all
alone into the polls.
Addressing media, he
said the JD(S) will not
come into an electoral tie-
up in the 2024 Lok Sabha
polls. Deve Gowda said,
“JDS will never sink...We
will fight for parliament
elections independently
and will not take any help
from any party. There is
no question of aligning
with anybody, we will
fight the battle indepen-
dently on our own.”
Gowda’s son and for-
mer Chief Minister HD
Kumaraswamy said last
week his party would
work together with the
BJPagainst the Congress
government on various
issues, giving rise to
speculations that the two
parties joining hands for
next year’s polls.
ANI
Guwahati
Lok Sabha Speaker Om
Birla is all set to inaugu-
rate new building of the
Assam Assembly in the
presence of CM Himanta
Biswa Sarma, and Union
Minister Sarbananda So-
nowal on July 30. All ex-
isting and former MPs,
members of the Assam
Legislative Assembly,
and other invitees will be
present on the occasion.
Numal Momin, Deputy
Speaker of Assam said
Birla will inaugurate the
new building of the As-
sam Legislative Assem-
bly on July 30.
ANI
Johannesburg
NSA Ajit Doval met top
Chinese diplomat Wang
Yi on the sidelines of the
B R I C S
meeting in
SouthAfrica
and the two
sides agreed
that India-
China bilateral relation-
ship is significant not
only for the two countries
but also for the region.
The meeting between
Doval and Wang Yi took
place on the sidelines of
a meeting of the BRICS
National Security Advi-
sors’ in Johannesburg.
Congratula-
tions to Rash-
trapati Ji on
her first year in office!
Her tireless dedication
to public service and
relentless pursuit of
progress are extremely
motivating. Her various
accomplishments re-
flect the tangible impact
of her leadership.
Narendra Modi
@narendramodi
Madras HC closes habeas corpus petition filed
by arrested TN minister Senthil Balaji’s wife
Telangana HC sets aside BRS MLA Venkateswara
Rao’s election from Kothagudem seat
Chennai: The Madras HC on Tuesday
closed the habeas corpus petition filed
by arrested Tamil Nadu minister V Senthil
Balaji’s wife, since the matter is pending
before the Supreme Court. A division
bench closed the petition after hearing the
submissions of Solicitor General Tushar
Mehta, appearing for the Enforcement
Directorate and senior counsel NR
Elango, who represented Balaji.
Hyderabad: The Telangana High
Court on Tuesday set aside the
election of ruling BRS MLA Vanama
Venkateswara Rao from Kothagudem
Assembly constituency in 2018. The
court also imposed a fine of Rs five lakh
on Vanama Venkateswara Rao, accord-
ing to Ramesh Kuthumbaka counsel for
Jalgam Venkat Rao.
IN THE COURTYARD
Plea seeks less
painful alternatives
for executing death
New Delhi: The
Supreme Court on
Monday adjourned the
hearing on a plea
seeking to examine less
painful methods to
execute death penalty
instead of hanging. A
bench headed by Chief
Justice DY Chandrachud
adjourned the hearing
after the counsel
apprised the court that
Attorney General was
travelling.
Speaker’s call to Oppn members to “maintain dignity of the House” fell on their deaf ears
MONSOON SESSION OF PARLIAMENT
OmBirlachairsall-partymeettoend‘impasse’
Attempt to break ice
Vice President and Rajya Sabha Chairman Jagdeep Dhankhar interacts
with Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) Chief Sharad Pawar and others
in his chamber at the Parliament House, in New Delhi, on Tuesday.
PTI
Konyakbecomes1stwomanMP
fromNagalandtopresideoverRS
ANI
New Delhi
Marking a significant mo-
mentinthehistory,Phang-
non Konyak, first woman
MPfrom Nagaland in Ra-
jya Sabha, presided over
the House on Tuesday.
Earlier she had created
history by becoming the
first ever women MP to
be appointed to the panel
of Vice- Chairpersons on
July 17. In a remarkable
move to bring about gen-
der equality, RS Chair-
man Jagdeep Dhankhar
last week had nominated
four women members
(50 per cent of the total
number) to the panel of
Vice-Chairpersons.
All the women mem-
bers nominated to the
panel are first term Par-
liamentarians and S
Phangnon Konyak be-
came the first ever wom-
an from Nagaland nomi-
nated to the panel of
Vice-Chairpersons. Kon-
yak is also the first ever
woman from Nagaland to
be elected as a member
of the Rajya Sabha.
Rajya Sabha Chairman
Jagdeep Dhankhar made
the announcement on
Thursday about the nom-
inated four women Par-
liamentarians to the panel
of Vice-Chairpersons.
Rajya Sabha MP S Phangnon Konyak.  FILE
AB-PMJAY LED TO HUGE OUT-OF-POCKET
EXPENDITURE SAVINGS, GOVT SAYS IN RS
The Ayushman Bharat - Pradhan Mantri Jan
Arogya Yojana (AB-PMJAY) has resulted in
huge out-of-pocket expenditure savings related
to hospitalisations for the targeted beneficiaries, MoS
(Health) SP Singh Baghel told the Rajya Sabha on
Tuesday. A total of 3.14 crore beneficiaries were bene-
fited during the last two years under the Centre’s ambi-
tious health insurance scheme, he said. The states/UTs
having maximum and minimum number of beneficiary
families supported by the Centre and state are Uttar
Pradesh and Lakshadweep, respectively, Baghel said
in a written reply. Responding to a question, he said
in Gujarat, AB-PMJAY is implemented in convergence
with the state scheme Mukhyamantri Amrutum.
RS FACES ADJOURNMENT, OPPN DEMANDS
IMMEDIATE DISCUSSION ON MANIPUR
Rajya Sabha faced its second adjournment
on Tuesday amid insistence by the opposi-
tion for a detailed discussion on Manipur
violence and PM Narendra Modi’s statement on it.
Soon after the House reassembled at 12 noon fol-
lowing the first adjournment earlier, the Opposition
leaders raised their demand. Rajya Sabha Chair-
man Jagdeep Dhankhar proceeded with Question
Hour even as Opposition members raised slogans
in support of their demand. The Chairman told the
protesting members to maintain order as Question
Hour is at the Heart of Parliament’s functioning.
INDIA’S PROJECTED POPULATION, AS ON
JULY 1, IS 139 CRORE: GOVT TO LOK SABHA
The projected population of India, as on
July 1, 2023, is 139 crore according to a
report of the Ministry of Health and Family
Welfare, Lok Sabha was informed on Tuesday.
MoS (Home) Nityanand Rai said as per the United
Nations, World Population Prospectus 2022, the
total projected population of China as on July 1, is
142,56,71,000. “The projected population of India
as on July 1, as per the technical group on popula-
tion projections published by the National Commis-
sion on Population, is 139,23,29,000,” he said.
Birla to inaugurate new Assam
Assembly building on Sunday
PM calls for celebrating
NDA's 25th anniv: Joshi
“Willcontestonourown”:
HDDeveGowdaonLSpolls
Pralhad Joshi, Arjun Meghwal,
Muraleedharan address media.
HD Deve Gowda, with others,
addresses media in Bengaluru.
NSA Doval meets
Chinese diplomat
Yi in South Africa
OPPN IS ‘COALITION OF
CORRUPTION’: MOMIN
Guwahati: Deputy
Speaker of Assam
Legislative As-
sembly, Dr Numal Momin,
has called 26 Opposition
alliance - Indian National
Developmental Inclusive
Alliance (INDIA) - as a
‘Coalition of Corruption’,
and claimed that BJP-led
NDA will win more than 400
seats in 2024 LS polls.
hat hap-
pened after
the horren-
dous video
went viral
and the political aftermath
of it especially in Delhi is
well reported across the
country and the world and
is known to one and all.
However, that the ripples
of the unrest in Manipur is
slowly shifting across oth-
er northeastern states is
now a matter of grave con-
cern and before it escalates
into a major issue, it is time
to defuse the crisis right
away.
ON FRIDAY
An organisation of former
militants had asked Meiteis
living in Mizoram to exer-
cise ‘caution’amid the eth-
nic violence in Manipur.
The statement issued by
PAMRA (Peace Accord
MNF Returnees’Associa-
tion) said it was no longer
safe for Meiteis from Ma-
nipurtoliveinMizoram“in
the wake of barbaric and
heinous acts committed by
miscreants in Manipur”.
WHY WAS SUCH A
WARNING ISSUED?
This warning triggered the
exodus of Meiteis from
Mizoram and Meiteis took
the flight from Aizawl’s
LengpuiAirport to Imphal.
Mizoram houses about a
few thousand Meiteis who
are mostly from Manipur.
Some are even from South
Assam. The horrendous
video of two Kuki women
paraded naked had spread
fresh panic among the
Meitei community living
outside their hometown
Manipur.
Mizoram’s chief minis-
ter Zoramthanga had to
enter the scene and make
an emotional appeal call-
ing for an end to the vio-
lence in Manipur. “The
onset of May witnessed a
brutal, untoward and un-
called-for incident in Ma-
nipur. At this very mo-
ment, 3:30 am, July the
4th, 2023; nothing seems
to have changed. We are
counting, and today is the
62nd day,” the chief minis-
ter said in a long post on
Twitter, accompanied by a
poster of himself that
asked: “When will it stop?”
Calling the Kuki-Zomis
“my Manipuri Zo ethnic
brethren”, CM Zo-
ramthanga said he does not
want to see any more pic-
tures and videos of
“churches being burnt,
brutal killings and violence
of all nature”.
CM Zoramthanga also
urged for “immediate res-
toration of peace and nor-
malcy.” “It is incumbent
and imperative upon those
responsible and law-abid-
ing citizens or entities of
India to look for immedi-
ate ways for peace restora-
tion. Development with a
human touch and Sabka
Saath Sabka Vikas applies
to my Zo ethnic tribes in
Manipur too!”
HOW MANIPUR’S
CRISIS HAS IMPACTED
MIZORAM
The situation and case
study requires some under-
standing. Mizoram’s Miz-
os and Manipur’s Kukis
share a deep-rooted ethnic
bond. The Chin-Kuki-
Mizo tribes come under
the larger “Zo” ethnic cat-
egory or umbrella. In Ma-
nipur, Kuki-Zomis mainly
live in Churachandpur,
Kangpokpi and Pherzawl
districts, with some of
them also living in Teng-
noupal and Chandel.
Quoting professor Jang-
khongam Doungel of the
department of political sci-
ence at Mizoram Univer-
sity, who recently told In-
dian Express: “Historical-
ly, culturally, socially, lin-
guistically, they are all re-
lated.” He said these “Eth-
nic tribes commonly traced
their historical origin to a
mythological cave known
by different names by dif-
ferent tribes”.
“They are known as
Chin when they settle in
the Burmese plains and
Chin became their official
name in Burma (which is
now Myanmar). Those
who moved down to
Lushai Hills (Mizoram)
and Chittagong Hill Tracts
(Bangladesh) from Chin
Hills were known as Kuki
and Kuki became the offi-
cial name in India. The
term ‘Mizo’ began to be
used officially in Lushai
Hills (presently Mizoram)
in 1946. After that, Mizo
began to be used popularly
in Mizoram,” the Mizoram
University professor went
on to inform Indian Ex-
press.
SHARING BORDERS
Apart from the ethnic
bonds, Mizoram’s Aizawl
and Saitual districts also
share a 90 km-long border
with Manipur’s Chura-
chandpur and Pherzawl
districts.
THE VIEWS EXPRESSED BY
THE AUTHOR ARE PERSONAL
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SPIRITUAL SPEAK
There was a child who
failed in all his exams.
He was hated by his
classmates and neighbours. So
the parents thought of changing
his name to change his
perception. Isn’t the case
similar to that of I.N.D.I.A?
Jagat Prakash Nadda
@JPNadda
In exercise of the power
conferred by the Constitution
of India, the President of India,
after consultation with Chief Justice
of India, is pleased to appoint Shri
Biswadeep Bhattacharjee, Advocate, as
an Additional Judge of the Meghalaya
High Court.
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@arjunrammeghwal
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MYANMAR
REFUGEES
Mizoram also took in
refugees from Myanmar,
who entered India follow-
ing the 2021 military coup
in their country. Mizoram
now knocks on Centre’s
doors: Interestingly, Mizo-
ram’s Assembly polls are
slated later this year and
a hardpressed Mizoram
CM Zoramthanga had also
mentioned about the crisis
in Bangladesh’s Chit-
tagong Hill Tracts which
led to people entering Mi-
zoram. He mentioned this
in his letter to PM Modi.
On May 23, Zoramthanga
wrote to PM Modi asking
for Rs 10 crore as immedi-
ate relief to take care of
these displaced people
from Manipur. In June
2023, Mizoram tourism
minister Robert Romawia
Royte met Union home
secretary Ajay Kumar
Bhalla and urged him to
sanction funds.
Seeking Centre’s assis-
tance again, Mizoram CM
Zoramthanga appealed
in the wee hours of 4
July, “The brutal violence
in Manipur has resulted
in Internally Displaced
People to tune of 12,000 in
Mizoram. Refugees and/or
IDPs from Manipur, Myan-
mar and Bangladesh have
risen to over 50,000. I wish
and pray that Centre, on
humanitarian grounds,
lend us an immediate help-
ing hand.” It is time, Oppn
and Union govt joined
hands and looked into
BIGGER PICTURE of the
crisis to soothe the nerves
and apply balms to avert
another major crisis…
MANIPURUNREST’SRIPPLE
EFFECTSPREADINGELSEWHERE?
IMPACT OF MANIPUR UNREST ON MIZORAM
Just after the violence took place in Manipur in
May 2023, the Mizoram home department had
issued a statement and had expressed solidarity
with the “Zohnahthlak community”
, or the Kuki-
Chin-Mizo ethnic group. It was the first state to
express “deep concern” about the unrest. As per
reports, more than 12,000 people from Manipur
have escaped to Mizoram since the violence
broke out. While about 2,500-3,000 displaced
individuals are in relief camps set up by the
Mizoram government, the rest are living with
their Mizo kith and kin. Aizawl district is
providing shelter to 4,000 displaced people with
the civil society organisation Young Mizo
Association (YMA) setting up 12 relief camps.
IN-DEPTH
Population of Muslims
in 2023 and their angst
NETANYAHU HAS HIS
WAY ON JUDICIARY
he projected Muslim population in India in
2023 would be about 20 crore, 19.75 crore to
be precise, the Lok Sabha was recently in-
formed.This reflects an increase over the 14.2 percent
of Muslims at the time of 2011 census. The country’s
population is projected to be 138.82 crore in 2023.
Important in Minority Affairs Minister Smriti Ira-
ni’s written reply are the details about the socio-eco-
nomic status of Muslims. The literacy rate among
Muslims aged seven years and above, stands at 77.7
percent while participation in the labour force (for all
ages) is 35.1 percent.
There are grievances among Muslims regarding
discrimination in the job market which forces them
more towards self-employment where they account
for 49 percent compared to 41 percent for Hindus in
2020-21. There is also a difference in their earnings.
While Hindus are believed to earn on an average Rs
16,521 per month, the average monthly income of
Muslims is only Rs 12,473 per month.
T
rime Minister Netanyahu has his way. Is-
rael’s judiciary, which has been proving to
be problematic for him, lost its bite after the
Knesset passed a law that takes away the Supreme
Court’s powers to strike down parliament’s deci-
sions. The process of selecting judges has also been
changed. Israel has been reeling under widespread
protests against the subjugation of the judiciary. Op-
position parties and the people of Israel are of the
opinion that Netanyahu has brought in the changes
to save his own skin. Yasir Lapid, the main opposi-
tion leader, predict-
ed, “We are heading
for disaster.”
Netanyahu is on
trial for three corrup-
tion charges. In the
first case he and his
wife are accused of
accepting gifts from
a Hollywood produc-
er and an Australian
billionaire in lieu of
favours. The second
case pertains to a
deal Netanyahu
struck with Yedioth
Ahronoth, a daily
newspaper in Israel,
for legislative action
against its rival in ex-
change for favoura-
ble coverage of the
prime minister. The
third case is also
about granting fa-
vours to a telecom
company in return
for positive media
coverage on the company’s website.
Netanyahu has pleaded not guilty to the charges of
fraud, breach of trust and corruption. The trial began
in 2020. Netanyahu’s critics fear that the bill passed
on Monday could save him from conviction. The
other part of the bill which allows the government to
have more members on the committee which appoints
judges could also lead to more friendly judges in the
Supreme Courts. Independent judiciary, which is cru-
cial for democracy, is an eyesore for many of the
independently-elected governments.
P
Prime Minister
Netanyahu has his
way. Israel’s
judiciary, which has
been proving to be
problematic for him,
lost its bite after
Knesset passed a law
that takes away SC’s
powers to strike
down Parl’s
decisions. The
process of selecting
judges has also been
changed. Israel has
been reeling under
widespread protests
against subjugation
of judiciary
Robin
Roy
The writer is Senior
Journalist and former
Managing Editor, First India
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ON ITS VOYAGE TO MOON
Chandrayaan-3 gets farther from the earth
Agencies
Chennai
ndia’s moon-
bound space-
craft, Chan-
drayaan-3, travelled fur-
ther towards its destina-
tion with the Indian
space agency on Tues-
day raising its orbit fur-
ther for the fifth time.
On August 1, the
Chandrayaan-3 will take
the ‘moon spaceway’
when the Indian Space
Research Organisation
(ISRO) will guide it to
the TransLunar Injection
(TLI). On Tuesday, the
ISRO said: “The orbit-
raising maneuver (Earth-
bound perigee firing) is
performed successfully
from ISTRAC/ISRO,
Bengaluru. The space-
craft is expected to attain
an orbit of 127609 km x
236 km. The achieved
orbit will be confirmed
after the observations.”
“The next firing, the
TransLunar Injection
(TLI), is planned forAu-
gust 1, 2023, between 12
midnight and 1 am IST,”
the ISRO said.
The Chandrayaan-3
spacecraft was put into
orbit on July 15, in a
copybook style by In-
dia’s heavy lift rocket
LVM3. On the same day,
the first orbit raising was
done and the second orbit
raising was carried out on
July 17. The Chan-
drayaan-3 spacecraft
comprises a propulsion
module (weighing 2,148
kg), a lander (1,723.89
kg), and a rover (26 kg),
the ISRO said.
The main object of the
mission is to safely land
the lander on the lunar
soil. The lander will get
separated from the pro-
pulsion module a couple
of days after it enters lu-
nar orbit and is expected
to make a soft-landing
near the South Pole of
the moon at 5.47 p.m. on
August 23.
The lander will de-
scend to the moon from
a height of about 100 km
from the moon’s surface.
I
Yamuna’swaterlevelstill
flowingabove‘dangermark’
PTI
New Delhi
The water level of theYa-
muna river in Delhi fol-
lowed a downward trend
on Tuesday though it was
still above the danger
level of 205.33 metres.
As per Central Water
Commission, the water
level at the Old Railway
Bridge (ORB) stood at
205.4 metres at 12 noon.
The river’s water level
at the Old Railway Bridge
has been hovering around
the danger mark after
reaching an all-time high
of 208.66 metres on July
13 (Thursday).
It breached the danger
mark again on Sunday
following a surge in wa-
ter discharge from the
Hathnikund barrage in
Haryana after heavy rain
in Uttarakhand 
Himachal Pradesh.
The rise in the river’s
water level is expected to
impact the ongoing re-
lief-and-rehabilitation
work in the flood-affect-
ed low-lying areas of the
national capital, accord-
ing to the officials.
The rise may impact ongoing relief--rehabilitation work in NCR
RAIN FURY
ORANGE, RED ALERT
FOR 7 STATES: IMD
New Delhi: Light
to moderate rains
lashed parts of
Delhi, Noida, and other
NCR cities on Tuesday,
while the IMD has issued
a red and orange alert in
seven states across the
country. It is expected that
heavy rains will continue
to lash Himachal Pradesh,
U’khand, Haryana, Chandi-
garh, UP, Maharashtra and
Rajasthan till July 26.
CLOUDBURSTDAMAGES
HOUSESINKULLU
Shimla: A cloudburst
in Gadsa valley of
Himachal Pradesh’s
Kullu district on Tuesday
damaged some houses and
agricultural land besides
snapping the power supply
lines. Two bridges have
been washed away and the
Bhuntar-Gadsa road has
been damaged at several
points, they said, adding that
some heads of cattle may
have died in the cloudburst.
KONKAN REGION TO
CONTINUE WITH RAINS
New Delhi: The
Konkan region has
been seeing some
intense weather activities
as Monsoon has been ac-
tive over the region. During
the last 24 hours, Harnai
recorded 62 mm of rains,
Ratnagiri saw 50 mm rain,
Alibag 30 mm. Mumbai, the
city has had a bumper July
in terms of rainfall activities.
In last 24 hours, Santa Cruz
recorded 56 mm of rain.
IMDPREDICTSHEAVY
RAINFALLINTELANGANA
New Delhi: IMD on
Tuesday predicted
heavy rainfall in
Telangana, Odisha and
coastly Karnataka for the
next 24 hours. In Telan-
gana, it is expected to
experience heavy rain for
the next few days. Dakshina
Kannada, Udupi, Uttara
Kannada, Chikkamagaluru,
Kodagu and Shivamogga
districts will receive moder-
ate to heavy spells of rain,
accompanied by gusty
winds, IMD said.
WIDESPREADRAINS
LIKELYINCOASTALAP
Amaravati: Rainfall
activity is likely to
increase over parts
of coastal Andhra Pradesh
under the influence of a low
pressure area formed in
the Bay of Bengal which is
expected to concentrate into
a depression, the IMD said
on Tuesday. Heavy rainfall
is likely over parts of north
and coastal Andhra in the
next five days, it said. The
low pressure area formed off
north Andhra Pradesh and
south Odisha coasts is likely
to concentrate into a depres-
sion in the next 24 hours.
ONEKILLEDINACCIDENT
ATCEMENTFACTORY
Hyderabad: One
worker was killed
and some others
feared trapped in an ac-
cident at a cement factory
in Telangana’s Suryapet
district on Tuesday. The
accident occurred at My
Home Cement Factory in
Mellacheruvu village when
a concrete mixture being
used for the construction of
a multi-storey building col-
lapsed on the workers.
Government of Rajasthan
Directorate of Economics and Statistics
Yojana Bhawan, Tilak Marg, C-Scheme, Jaipur
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In protest against Manipur violence...
Thousandsonroadsin
Mizoram,CMalsojoins
PTI
Aizawl
Thousands of people
demonstrated across Mi-
zoram on Tuesday to ex-
press solidarity with the
Zo people in ethnic
strife-torn Manipur.
NGO Co-ordination
Committee, a conglom-
erate of five major civil
society organisations in-
cluding the Central
Young Mizo Association
(CYMA) and Mizo Zirlai
Pawl (MZP), organised
the rallies in different
parts of the state, includ-
ing capital Aizawl.
Chief Minister Zo-
ramthanga, Deputy CM
Tawnluia, ministers, and
MLAs of the state cutting
across party lines took
part in the massive pro-
test rally in Aizawl.
Thousands of common
people joined them in the
peaceful protest with
placards and posters, de-
crying the violence in the
neighbouring state.
The gathering in
Aizawl was so huge that
the city came to a stand-
still with participants
claiming that the state has
not seen such a large dem-
onstration in recent years.
MANIPUR GOVT DIRECTS SECURITY AGENCIES
TO PUSH BACK MYANMAR IMMIGRANTS
New Delhi: The Manipur state govt has sought a
detailed report from Assam Rifles Authority to clarify
on the facts as to how 718 Myanmar nationals were
allowed to enter into India in Chandel district without proper
travel documents. The state govt has advised Assam Rifles
to push back those illegal Myanmar nationals immediately.
BSF SUSPENDS JAWAN
FOR MOLESTING WOMAN
Aizawl: The BSF
has suspended a
jawan on charges
of molesting a local woman
at a grocery store in restive
Manipur, an official said on
Tuesday. A CCTV video
of head constable Satish
Prasad, allegedly abusing
the woman, was shared
widely over social media.
6WAGONSWITHONIONS
SENTTOMANIPUR
New Delhi: The Cen-
tral Railway has sent
six wagons loaded
with onions to Manipur from
Manmad in Maharashtra’s
Nashik district, a CR official
said on Tuesday. The North-
east Frontier Railway (NFR)
sent the first goods trains
carrying essential commodi-
ties to north-eastern state.
MP: Chopper carrying Chief Minister Chouhan
develops snag, forces him to travel by road
Cops accused of harassing woman activist’s
family over filming in girls’ restrooms issue
Bhopal: A helicopter carrying Madhya
Pradesh CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan
developed a technical snag, forcing him to
travel to Seoni Malwa town by road from
Bankhedi in Hoshangabad district on
Tuesday. “I apologise to you for not
reaching Seoni Malwa on time to be in
your midst as the helicopter developed
some technical snag at Bankhedi,” the CM
said. Chouhan, who recorded the message while travelling
in a car, said the ‘Jan Darshan’ programme in which he was
supposed to take part stood cancelled due to the delay.
Bengaluru: The police in Karnataka have been accused
of harassing a woman activist’s family after she raised
her voice against the incident of filming of Hindu girls by
some Muslim female students in a college restroom. The
opposition BJP and Hindu groups in the southern state have
criticised the police for “harassing the activist instead of
initiating action against the Muslim girls who recorded the
objectionable videos”. A post of this has gone viral  triggered
a debate in the communally sensitive Karnataka region.
2inter-statefirearms
traffickersnabbedby
DelhiPoliceSpecialCell
New Delhi: Two
inter-state illegal
firearms traffickers were
held by a Special cell of
Delhi Police on Tuesday.
The Special Cell apprehend-
ed 2 inter-state firearms
traffickers  recovered 12
semi-automatic pistols of .32
bore from the possession.
Farmer earns about
`2 crore in 15 days by
selling tomatoes
Medak: A farmer in in
Telangana has
earned nearly `2 crore
during the last 15 days by
selling his tomato crop. B
Mahipal Reddy from Mohd
Nagar village on Tuesday
said tomatoes worth one
crore rupees are yet to be
harvested in his fields.
CRUCIAL READ
Bengal BJP MLA
Bishnu Pada Roy
dies at 61
Kolkata: BJP MLA
from Dhupguri,
Bishnu Pada Roy, who
was suffering from lung
infection for quite for
some time, died at a
state-run hospital here
on Tuesday morning,
officials said. Roy, who
had arrived in Kolkata to
take part in the monsoon
session of the state
assembly, was admitted
to SSKM Hospital on
Sunday after he
complained of uneasi-
ness, they said. “On
Monday, he underwent
surgery and his condition
improved temporarily.
But it again deteriorated
at night and he passed
away at 3 am on
Tuesday,” a senior
doctor told PTI. Leader
of Opposition Suvendu
Adhikari expressed grief
over the death and
extended condolences to
Roy’s family members,
friends and followers.
Security forces neutralised 79 terrorists in last 2 years
ANI
New Delhi
The security forces in
Jammu and Kashmir
have neutralized 79
Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT)
terrorists in the last two
years, an official state-
ment said on Tuesday.
According to officials,
at least 35 terrorists have
been killed by security
forces in joint operations
in Jammu and Kashmir
this year that includes 27
unidentified and five be-
longing to The Resist-
ance Front (TRF).
“In the year 2022, a
total of 129 terrorists in-
cluding 93 local terror-
ists and 36 foreign ter-
rorists. Interestingly,
there was only one uni-
dentified terrorist in
2022, but in 2023, the
figure of ‘unidentified’
rose to 27 till July,” an
official said.
Rao is on mission to
repeat BJP govt in MP
First India Bureau
New Delhi
Bharatiya Janata Party
(BJP) senior leader
PMuralidhar Rao is ex-
tremely active these days
in view of the upcoming
Madhya Pradesh assem-
bly elections which are
scheduled to be held later
this year. Muralidhar Rao
is establishing all permu-
tations and combinations
of every seat and taking
feedback from the con-
cerned persons. Rao’s
‘mission’is to ensure that
BJP government is re-
peated in Madhya
Pradesh.Although Rao is
from South India, but he
has made a hold on every
seat in Madhya Pradesh
and has better coordina-
tion with Chief Minister
Shivraj Singh Chouhan
and the ‘Sangh Parivar’
also trusts Rao.
2 killed in explosion at firecracker
factory in TN's Virudhunagar
Agencies
Chennai
Two workers died in an
explosion at a firecracker
manufacturing unit in Ta-
mil Nadu’s Virudhunagar
district on Tuesday.
The Virudhunagar po-
lice and fire  rescue
services reached the spot
and conducted rescue op-
erations.
The identity of the
workers was yet to be as-
certained.
Civil society organisations stage a protest to express solidarity with
the Zo people in ethnic strife-torn Manipur, in Aizawl, on Tuesday.
Cloudburst-triggered flash flood in Himachal Pradesh on Tuesday.
THE ‘INSIDE’ STORY
14 days and counting of ‘Vanvaas’for 3 IAS!
First India Bureau
Jaipur
new ‘problem’
has come to fore
in the Secretari-
at as three Secretaries of
the State government do
not have a room for them
to work from as office.
Secretary LSG Kailash
Chand Meena, JS (Reve-
nue) Balmukund Asawa
and JS (Education) Harsh
Sawan Sukha are roam-
ing for the past 14 days
for rooms. In the July 13
transfer list, these three
officers have come to the
Secretariat from outside,
but no rooms are availa-
ble for them.
Due to this, Secretary
LSG, KC Meena, is
working from the office
of Director, Local Self
Government (DLB)
which is located outside
the Secretariat, in C-
Scheme, as Director
Hridesh Sharma has pro-
vided his room. Whereas,
both JSAsawa and Sukha
are working from home.
Knowledgeable sourc-
es claim that such a short-
age of rooms has never
occurred in the past and
this is also an interesting
development that a Sec-
retary is working from
Directorate and not in
Secretariat.
DoPsources have clar-
ified that half a dozen
rooms have been allotted
to political appointees,
although these appoin-
tees seldom come to their
offices in Secretariat.
Moreover, half a dozen
large rooms previously
allotted to Secretary level
officers are under the
‘grip’ of junior officers.
Owing to their ‘influ-
ence’ these officers have
got these big rooms allot-
ted. Moreover, three
Principal Secretaries, al-
though sit in Corporation
or Directorate, yet have
rooms allotted in Secre-
tariat. Getting a room va-
cated is a difficult task.
Now it remains to be
seen when do these 3
IAS, who have been
roaming for past 14 days,
are allotted their rooms!
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On Kargil Vijay Diwas,
we remember the Indian
soldiers martyred during
the 1999 Kargil war and pay tribute
to the Bravehearts due to whom we
enjoy our freedom.
Dr Jagdeesh Chandra,
CEO  Editor-in-Chief, First India
60newpostscreatedinNursing
CollegeunderRUHSinJaipur
With this decision of the Chief Minister,
academic and administrative work in the
College will be conducted more smoothly
First India Bureau
Jaipur
Chief Minister Ashok
Gehlot has taken an im-
portant decision in the
direction of promoting
medical education in the
State. He has approved
the proposal to create 60
new posts in the Nursing
College run under Ra-
jasthan University of
Health Sciences (RUHS).
With this approval,
one post each of Princi-
pal cum Professor, Vice
Principal cum Professor,
2 of Professor, 5 of As-
sociate Professor, 9 of
Assistant Professor and
28 posts of Nursing Tutor
will be created in aca-
demic posts. Additional-
ly 2 posts each of Assis-
tant Section Officer, Hos-
tel Warden, SeniorAssis-
tant and JuniorAssistant,
Personal Assistant, As-
sistant Accounts Officer
Grade-2 and 1-1 of Li-
brarian and 3 posts of as-
sistant staff will be cre-
ated.
With this decision of
the Chief Minister, aca-
demic and administrative
work in the college will
be conducted more
smoothly.
15 MINORITY BOYS/GIRLS GOVT
RESIDENTIAL SCHOOLS SOON
Government Minority residential
schools will be run at 15 places
in Raj to provide free residen-
tial education facilities to students of
minority communities. CM Gehlot has
approved a financial proposal of Rs 120
crore. With the approval, Ramgarh in
Alwar, Nagar in Bharatpur, Ramzan ki
Gafan (Chauhtan) in Barmer and Sedwa
and Sarwad in Ajmer for girls, Jodhpur,
Jhunjhunu, Kota, Tonk, Bikaner, Sikar,
Pahadi and Kaman in Bharatpur,
Jetdasar (Baap) in Jodhpur,
Nachana (Pokaran) in Jaisalmer
will become government minority
residential schools for boys in
Jaisalmer. Rs 8 cr will be spent
on construction of each school.
The school will have a capacity of
100 students  extra stu-
dents will be admitted
as day-scholars.
RS 173.45 CR FOR ELEVATED ROAD OVER DRAIN IN SAWAI MADHOPUR
Elevated road will be constructed on Latiya drain in Sawai Madhopur district. For
this, CM Ashok Gehlot has approved a financial proposal of Rs 173.45 crore.
With this decision, a 2-lane elevated road of 2.71 km length will be built from Ra-
jbagh to Gopalji Mandir. This will make it easier for the people to travel. It is noteworthy
that the budget of 2023-24 was announced by the Chief Minister in this regard.
3 NEW GOVERNMENT GIRLS
COLLEGES TO BE OPENED IN RAJ
New Government Girls Colleges
will be opened at Salumbar in
Udaipur district, Sambhar in
Jaipur district and Kapasan in Chit-
torgarh district. Chief Minister Ashok
Gehlot has given financial sanction of Rs
13.50 crore for the construction of these
buildings. Along with this, the proposal
for creation of 63 new posts has been
approved for operation. 21 new posts
will be created in each college which will
include one post each of Principal,
Librarian, Physical Teacher, Assis-
tant Accounts Officer-I, Additional
Administrative Officer, Informa-
tion Assistant, Senior Assistant,
Laboratory Assistant, Laboratory
Bearer, Book Lifter, seven posts
of Assistant Professor  two posts
each of Junior Assistant 
Class IV employee will be
created.
CM Gehlot’s Approvals
Ensureuninterrupted
power supply: Bhati
Vikas Sharma
Jaipur
Energy Minister Bhanwar
Singh Bhati directed of-
ficials to ensure uninter-
rupted power supply
without tripping to all
power consumers.
Bhati reviewed in de-
tail various works includ-
ing the status of power
supply atVidyut Bhawan.
While reviewing the situ-
ation of power generation
in Raj, he directed that all
power generation units
should be operated
smoothly at the earliest 
power generation units
closed due to mainte-
nance should be restarted
at the earliest.
Bhati said that pending
connections of domestic
 agriculture category
shouldbereleasedsoon
complaints of consumers
should be redressed im-
mediately.
Principal Secretary En-
ergy and Discom Presi-
dent Bhaskar A Sawant,
Chairman  MD of Ra-
jasthan State Electricity
Transmission Corpora-
tion Ashutosh AT Ped-
nekar, Energy Advisor
AK Gupta, Managing Di-
rector of Jaipur Discom
RK Kumawat, Managing
DirectorofEnergyDevel-
opment Corporation MM
Rinwa and other senior
officers were present in
the meeting.
First India Bureau
Sikar
A foot march was taken
out by district Congress
in protest against the pro-
posed visit of P M Modi
to Sikar on July 27.
The march was taken
out from Jat Bazar to
Collectorate. Party work-
ers also waved black
flags. They protested at
Collectorate  shouted
slogans against Modi
government. Cong Dist
Prez Sunita Gathala said
that PM Modi should
speak on Manipur vio-
lence  give answer to
the public. BJP workers
also protested and raised
slogans against Congress
govt. The stir led to a
long jam on the road.
Dr Rituraj Sharma
Jaipur
Eight RPS will become
IPS after August 3. For
this, there will be a board
meeting in UPSC in Del-
hi on August 3, wherein,
the names of possible
contenders for 9 vacant
posts of selection through
promotion will be con-
sidered.
Among possible con-
tenders are Satyapal
Mirdha, who won’t get
promoted to IPS. While
contenders for other 8
posts are Krishnachand
Yadav, Laxman Das, RK
Yadav, HP Meena, RK
Kanwat, NS Meena 
RK Meena. In the case of
RPS Ramesh Maurya,
his name was also includ-
ed after matter related to
him has now been solved.
A total of 27 names
have been sent against 9
vacant posts to the
UPSC. Notably, board
meeting onAugust 3 will
be attended by CS Usha
Sharma, Principal Secy
Anand Kumar and DGP
Umesh Mishra.
First India Bureau
Jhunjhunu
After CM Gehlot sacked
Minister and Udaipur-
wati MLA Rajendra Sin-
gh Gudha from the Coun-
cil of Ministers, now the
government’s surgical
strike has started on his
supporters. The first at-
tack has befallen Ramni-
was Saini, Chairman of
Udaipurwati municipali-
ty who was suspended by
Dept of Autonomous
Governance on Tuesday.
DLB Director Hridesh
Kumar Sharma has is-
sued an order suspending
Chairman Ramniwas
Saini not only from the
post of Chairman but also
as Municipal Member.
There has been a stir
among Gudha’s support-
ers. Meanwhile, Gudha
started the Nari Samman
Yatra from Tuesday. On
the other hand, Saini’s
suspension orders were
issued from Jaipur in the
evening. In political cir-
cles, this action is being
linked to Gudha’s action.
First India Bureau
Jaipur
Rajasthan has acquired
fourth position in the
country by providing a
total of 5.40 lakh water
connections in current
financial year so far un-
der Jal Jeevan Mission.
Along with this, the
State is second in country
by spending Rs 17, 578
crore in JJM. In the pre-
sent fiscal year so far, Rs
2,902 cr has been spent.
It was informed in a
review meeting of JJM
chaired by ACS PHED
Dr Subodh Agarwal on
Tuesday that 44.49 lakh
water connections have
been issued so far under
the Mission. Agarwal di-
rected to increase the
pace of issuing water
connections  for con-
tinuous review at Execu-
tive Engineer level. The
ACS directed to review
the progress of FHTCs
by doing separate VCs of
different regions and in-
creasing the number of
FHTCs especially in
Udaipur, Banswara and
Dungarpur districts.
A ‘New’ Beginning...
The newly appointed State President of Mahila Congress,
Rakhi Gautam calls upon CM Ashok Gehlot at Chief
Minister’s Residence in Jaipur on Tuesday. Gautam was
accompanied by her family. She expressed her gratitude
to the CM for being assigned with the new responsibility.
PCC Chief Govind Singh Dotasra congratulates and extends
his best wishes to Rakhi Gautam for her new role as she
calls upon him as well at his residence in Jaipur. Also seen
is Prashant Bairwa.
First India Bureau
Kota
The Haath Se Haath Jodo
campaign started once
again from Tuesday un-
der the leadership of
UDH Minister Shanti
Dhariwal. On the very
first day of the Padyatra,
Dhariwal, while giving a
big gift to the people of
Parkota area, inaugurated
the state-of-the-art Com-
munity Centre construct-
ed by the Municipal Cor-
poration at a cost of Rs 2
crore in Ward No. 55 and
dedicated it to the people
of the area.
During this, Dhariwal
said that the need for a
large community build-
ing was being felt in the
Parkota area and accord-
ing to the demand of the
residents of the area, a
Community Centre with
state-of-the-art facilities
has been developed
where the people of the
area will be able to or-
ganise various social and
other programmes.
Shanti Dhariwal dedicates Community
Centre worth `2 crore to residents of Kota
Cong holds foot march in Sikar ahead of PM’s visit
8 RPS to be promoted to IPS
after UPSC’s meet on Aug 3
Udaipurwati
municipal chief
Saini suspended
Rajbags4th
positioninnationby
providing5.40LFHTCsunderJJM
Shanti Dhariwal inaugurates a Community Centre at Gadikhana
area in Kota on Tuesday. Also seen are Amit Dhariwal, Ravindra
Tyagi, Pankaj Mehta, Manju Mehra, Neva Lal Gurjar  others.
Dr Subodh Agarwal chairs a review meeting of JJM at Jal Bhawan
in Jaipur on Tuesday. Also seen are Avichal Chaturvedi, RK
Meena, Dinesh Goyal, Daleep Gaur and Neeraj Mathur.
Rajendra Rathore takes stock of various preparations and
chairs a meet of BJP workers of Nawalgarh  Udaipurwati at
Hukumgarh Palace in Chirana on Tuesday ahead of PM Modi’s
Sikar visit on July 27.
Congress workers carry out
a foot march as a mark of
protest in Sikar on Tuesday.
Half a dozen rooms
have been allotted to
political appointees,
although these
appointees seldom
come to their offices
in Secretariat
‘Haath Se Haath
Jodo’ drive also
commenced under
Min’s leadership
BS Bhati chairs a review meeting of high officials of Power
Department at Vidyut Bhawan in Jaipur on Tuesday. Bhaskar
A Sawant, Ashutosh AT Pednekar, RK Sharma, AK Gupta, RN
Kumawat, MM Rinwa, Narendra Suvalka and others are seen.
PM TO VIRTUALLY INAUGURATE MED COLLEGES
MANDAVIYA, SP BAGHEL TO ATTEND PM’S EVENT
PM Modi will virtually inaugurate  lay the founda-
tion stones of Medical Colleges in Bundi, Sawai
Madhopur, Karauli, Jhunjhunu, Baran, Tonk 
Jaisalmer, on July 27. He will inaugurate Medical Colleges
in Chittorgarh, Sirohi, Dhaulpur, Sriganganagar  Sikar.
CM Ashok Gehlot is also expected to join virtually. Principal
Secy of Medical Edu Dept, T Ravikant, has directed Collec-
tors and CMOs concerned to make arrangements.
Union Health Minister Mansukh Mandaviya will
reach Jaipur airport today from Lucknow. He will
depart for Sikar’s Lohia Resort, where he will spend
the night. On July 27, he will attend PM Modi’s event.
There is also a program for launch of Sulfur Coated Urea.
Union MoS for Health, Prof SP Singh Baghel will reach
Bojunda on July 27  attend Medical College inauguration.
City First brings you insider tips towards seamlessly blending athletic pieces with your
everyday wardrobe, you can create versatile pairs and collections that not only make
you look fabulous but also support your active and frantic lifestyle!
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one are the
days when
workout at-
tire was sole-
ly reserved
for the gym.
Today, incor-
porating workout fashion
into your daily life has be-
come a trendy and comfort-
able way to express your
personal style while em-
bracing an active lifestyle.
Workout, also known as
exercise or
physical
activity,
is any
planned
and struc-
tured move-
ment of the
body that
aims to im-
prove or
maintain
physical
f i t n e s s
and overall health. Exercise
has its own benefits to one’s
body and mind but the en-
semble that is worn on the
outside can showcase what
you truly are on the inside.
So, let’s dive right into the
ways we can spice up our
fitness fits. First and fore-
most, comfort is the key.
While focusing on fash-
ion, never compromise on
comfort. Opt for workout
clothing made from breath-
able, moisture-wicking fab-
rics that allow freedom of
movement. Look for
stretchy materials that offer
flexibility and support.
When you feel comfortable,
it enhances your confidence
and makes your daily ac-
tivities more enjoyable.
Secondly, sneakers or
shoes. These make a bold
statement whenever it
comes to wrapping up any
outfit. Sneakers have transi-
tioned from being just
workout shoes to fashion-
forward statement pieces.
Invest in a few versatile
pairs that can complement
various outfits. Opt for clas-
sic white sneakers for a
clean and minimalist look
or experiment with bold
colours and patterns to add
a pop of excitement to your
ensemble.
Now, let’s talk about the
trick that can be twitched
whenever and wherever
needed, which is to play
with color schemes and pat-
terns. Don’t be afraid to ex-
periment with vibrant colors
and bold patterns. Mix and
match different pieces to
create eye-catching and en-
ergetic ensembles. Incorpo-
rate patterned leggings,
colour-blocked tops or
statement sports bras to add
flair to your workout-in-
spired looks. Even cycling
shorts with various patterns
can make a declaration
these days. So, go all out
when it comes to creating
any outfit. Just remember,
incorporating workout fash-
ion into your daily life is all
about finding the right bal-
ance between comfort, cre-
ativity and style. So, step
out in elegance and let your
workout fashion be a reflec-
tion of your vibrant and dy-
namic personality.
SweatinStyle
G
Ishita
Anand
cityfirst@firstindia.co.in
he beauty and
wellness industry
in India has been
growing at a rap-
id pace over the
past few years.
With increasing awareness about
the importance of self-care, people
are now more interested in invest-
ing in beauty and wellness products
and services.This has led to a surge
in demand for skilled professionals
in the beauty and wellness industry,
which in turn has given rise to the
need for quality education and
training programs in this sector.
The Beauty and Wellness indus-
try of India offers unparalleled po-
tential in terms of employment
generation and overseas place-
ments. Realising the vast opportu-
nity and huge challenge, the gov-
ernment has already initiated sev-
eral initiatives through ‘The Beau-
ty and Wellness Sector Skill Coun-
cil (BWSSC)’ in terms of creat-
ing relevant content and curricula,
information databases, delivery
systems, standardization of accred-
itation and certification process,
setting up industry-aligned infra-
structure etc.
To further develop and nurture
the desired skills ecosystem in the
beauty and wellness sector for eco-
nomic growth and social develop-
ment, the following are the recom-
mendations with an overview of its
future, challenges and solutions.
Some possible ways in which the
future of beauty and wellness edu-
cation in India could shape are:
As the beauty and wellness in-
dustry continues to grow, there is a
greater need for professionals who
possess a diverse range of skills.To
keep up with the changing trends,
educational institutions are likely
to place a greater emphasis on skill-
based education. This could mean
that students will be exposed to a
wider range of practical training
methods, such as hands-on intern-
ships and apprenticeships. In addi-
tion, collaborations with industry
experts may become more com-
mon, allowing students to learn
directly from those who are already
established in the field. Further-
more, the use of advanced technol-
ogy and equipment is also likely to
play a larger role in beauty and
wellness education programs.
Integration of digital learning:
The COVID-19 pandemic has ac-
celerated the shift towards online
learning, and beauty and wellness
education is no exception. In the
future, we could see more online
courses, webinars, and virtual
classrooms being offered to stu-
dents. This could make education
more accessible and flexible, while
also allowing for greater collabora-
tion and interaction between stu-
dents and teachers.
Emphasis on sustainability and
ethical practices:As consumers be-
come more conscious of their im-
pact on the environment and soci-
ety, there is likely to be a greater
emphasis on sustainability and
ethical practices in the beauty and
wellness industry.
CHALLENGES IN
BEAUTY  WELLNESS
EDUCATION IN INDIA
Lack of
standardization
One of the biggest
challenges in beauty
and wellness educa-
tion in India is the
lack of standardiza-
tion in the curricu-
lum. This leads to a
variation in the qual-
ity of education pro-
vided across different
institutes.
Limited
resources
Another challenge
faced by the in-
dustry is the lim-
ited resources
available for
training. Many
institutes do not
have access to the
latest technology
and equipment,
which can hinder the
quality of education
provided.
Perception of the industry
The beauty and wellness industry
is often viewed as a low-paying
and low-status career option. This
perception needs to change to at-
tract more students to the field and
provide them with better career
prospects.
Lack of skilled trainers
The shortage of skilled trainers is
another challenge faced by the in-
dustry. Many institutes struggle to
find trainers who have the neces-
sary skills and experience to pro-
vide quality education.
To overcome these challenges,
the industry needs to work towards
standardizing the curriculum, pro-
viding better resources for training,
promoting the industry as a viable
career option, and investing in
training programs to produce more
skilled trainers.
SOLUTIONS 
RECOMMENDATIONS:
Rationalise course curricula
in the beauty and wellness sec-
tor with more focus towards
industry exposure.As the coun-
try’s beauty and wellness indus-
try is gradually shifting towards
becoming more organised, pro-
fessionals in the sector should be
informed about the need for fol-
lowing professional standards in
their services, seek formal indus-
try-specific qualifications and cer-
tification by respectable organiza-
tions, as well as improve their ex-
isting qualifications through access
to higher education and research.
To provide candidates with hands-
on practical training and make
them employable and future-ready,
the job-related mix of classroom/
lab and workshop/ OJT could be
revisited to 10:20:70 from the cur-
rent 20:60:20 mix for job roles in
the beauty and wellness sector.The
industry’s involvement at this level
will also strengthen the industry-
academia connection and can
move away from the trend of cap-
tive skilling by a few industry play-
ers to the industry’s contribution to
skilling initiatives for the sector at
large. Incorporating an element of
extensive internship/ apprentice-
ship/ OJT opportunities for the
candidates would help them in
gaining work ex-
perience and a practical under-
standing of the work.
The lack of employer-led
apprenticeship standards and
career pathways in the sector
results in lower demand from
organisations to provide in-
ternship opportunities, there-
by barring many students from
availing of this learning oppor-
tunity. Accordingly, academic
pathways should be created for
apprentices, where apprentices
can earn an advanced diploma/
certificate using the credit-based
system in the sector. The credibil-
ity of apprenticeship certificates
should also be enhanced, through
well-established and qualified
third-party assessments. This will
further help in strengthening the
TVET ecosystem within the sec-
tor and making the sector more
aspirational among the country’s
youth.
Enable early introduction
of beauty and wellness courses
in schools
As our current education systems
emphasise knowledge-oriented
training based on rote learning,
rather than practical and experien-
tial learning of what a student
could perform in real life using his/
her mind and hand, it is necessary
to orient our students in school to-
wards vocational education as an
alternative career choice. The ab-
sence of such practical and experi-
ential learning thwarts the process
of innovation, imagination, and
creativity among the learners, leav-
ing the children bereft of any nec-
essary knowledge or skills for what
awaits them in the future – the un-
certain and ever-evolving world of
work. NEP 2020 calls for the inte-
gration of vocational education
with mainstream education.
The aim would be to ex-
pose 50 per cent of the learners in
K12 and PG to vocational skills by
2025 and 100 per cent by 2030. In
this regard, schools can play an im-
portant role in disseminating
awareness about career paths to
students, should they choose to
take up vocational courses.
Entrepreneurship development
and facilitation support for
beauty and wellness industries
Industry interactions have high-
lighted that while more than 50 per
cent of vocational pass-outs in the
beauty and wellness
sector opt for self-
employment, there is also a
noticeable tendency among the
people working in the sector to start
their enterprises as soon as they
have acquired a few years of indus-
try experience. Such entrepreneurs
in the sector would need a vibrant
support system to sustain their
businesses, foster entrepreneur-
ship, and support higher levels of
innovation and employment
generation in the beauty and
wellness industry.While it is
necessary to take many ini-
tiatives in this regard, the
most signifi-
cant first step
is to formal-
ize their
businesses
through appro-
priate registrations to
obtain a legal identity
and link them with
mentors, net-
working plat-
forms and
loans. Gov-
ernments play
a key role in
developing an
enabling reg-
ulatory envi-
ronment to un-
leash the poten-
tial of entrepre-
neurship within
any nation.
By reform-
ing their
policies,
laws and
regulations,
the government
must ensure that entrepreneurial
activities are facilitated by an eco-
system for entrepreneurship educa-
tion and development.
In addition to this, entrepreneur-
ship development in the sector
could be further bolstered by de-
signing an entrepreneurship devel-
opment roadmap with the ethos of
‘Aatma Nirbhar Bharat Abhiyaan;
which would have elements of
coaching from national and inter-
national practitioners in the sector,
capacity building through relevant
skills training programs, platform
to access market linkages, selection
of right service-mix, customer seg-
mentation techniques, hand-hold-
ing such entrepreneurs in times
of necessity to cope with
vagaries of business,
among many others.
ITIs/ training pro-
viders will be en-
couraged to in-
troduce Micro-
Entrepreneur-
ship Develop-
ment Pro-
g r a m m e s
(MEDP)under
which the insti-
tutes can help
such trainees in
designing, launch-
ing and running their
venture/start-up after
their training is over or dur-
ing the training period itself.
Promote Recognition of Prior
Learning(RPL)forinformalwork-
ers in the sector with significant
industry experience
As already highlighted, more than
60 per cent of the workforce in the
beauty and wellness industry of the
country are school dropouts with
minimal or no access to even voca-
tional education. Many of these
work in the unorganised sector,
where, despite possessing the re-
quired skills in varying degrees of
competencies, skill levels are high-
ly underreported.Asignificant pro-
portion of learning for such a work-
force happens on the job, which is
difficult to quantify and certify.
While candidates with industry-
specific skilling and certifications
have been able to gain skill premi-
ums, workers without formal certi-
fication of skills are often deprived
of a wage premium despite equiva-
lent or even better skills standards.
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The future of
BEAUTY 
WELLNESS
Education
T
Monica
Bahl
CEO, of Beauty 
Wellness Sector
Skill Council
standardizing the curriculum, pro-
viding better resources for training,
promoting the industry as a viable
career option, and investing in
training programs to produce more
becoming more organised, pro-
fessionals in the sector should be
informed about the need for fol-
lowing professional standards in
their services, seek formal indus-
try-specific qualifications and cer-
tification by respectable organiza-
tions, as well as improve their ex- gaining work ex-
mentation techniques, hand-hold-
ing such entrepreneurs in times
of necessity to cope with
vagaries of business,
among many others.
ITIs/ training pro-
viders will be en-
couraged to in-
tutes can help
such trainees in
designing, launch-
ing and running their
venture/start-up after
their training is over or dur-
ing the training period itself.
perience and a practical under-
by barring many students from
availing of this learning oppor-
tunity. Accordingly, academic
pathways should be created for
apprentices, where apprentices
can earn an advanced diploma/
certificate using the credit-based
system in the sector. The credibil-
sector opt for self-
employment, there is also a
ollywood star Alia
Bhatt has been a fash-
ion icon known for her
impeccable style and
trendsetting choices. Among her
fashion favourites, the saree has
been a consistent go-to option for
making a statement for her on
various occasions. Lately, she has
been leaving everyone in awe
with her constant saree su-
premacy during the promo-
tions of her upcoming
movie featuring Ran-
veer Singh,
titled 'Rocky And Rani Ki Prem
Kahaani,' and we’re obsessed
with how indescribably beautiful
she looks, don't you agree? Re-
cently, the Heart Of Stone actress
stole the limelight once again by
donning a gorgeous dual-toned
red and pink saree designed
by the renowned Indian
fashion designer Man-
ish Malhotra.
The combination
of vibrant colors
and intricate
craftsmanship
showcased Alia’s
eternal charm and
elegance, leaving
fashion enthusi-
asts in awe.
n the daz-
zling world
of fashion
and glamour,
Tara Sutaria, the rising
Bollywood star, has
once again stolen the
limelight with her ethe-
real appearance in an
angelic and unparalleled
white gown. The gor-
geous actress has con-
sistently proven herself
as a true style icon, and
her recent appearance in
a cocktail gown during
her ongoing vacation in
Dubai, at Atlantis The
Royal Hotel, only reaf-
firms her status as a
fashion inspiration. Tara
Sutaria's choice of attire
for the evening meal
was nothing short of di-
vine. The alluring white
gown gracefully em-
braced her figure, ac-
centuating her beauty
and sophistication.
The gown's design
was a fine blend of con-
temporary chic and clas-
sic grace, making it an
ideal outfit for those
who wish to make a
memorable statement at
a cocktail event. The
frilly fabric on the
sleeves added a touch
of sensuality, while
the flowing silhouette
gave a dreamy, al-
most fairy-tale-
like aura toTara's
appearance.
n the world of
glitz and glam-
our, fashion-
forward celeb-
rities are continuously
pushing the boundaries of
style, setting new trends
that leave us in awe. One
such starlet who recently
stole the spotlight with her
breathtaking outfit is none
other than the talented
Amy Jackson. On a star-
studded evening, the Brit-
ish beauty graced the red
carpet in a fashion ensem-
ble that exuded confi-
dence, elegance, and a
touch of daring allure.
Amy paired a striking
black sheer bodysuit with
pants, accentuated by del-
icate lace gloves, all me-
ticulously crafted by the
renowned fashion design-
er, David Koma along
with gorgeous accessories
from Tuula Jewellery.
To complement the
boldness of the sheer bod-
ysuit, Amy Jackson opted
for chic pants that added
an element of sophistica-
tion to the ensemble. She
completed this elegant
outfit with black calf-
length boots from Public
Desire. The choice of
black for everything, the
bodysuit, pants, and
boots demonstrated the ac-
tress’s keen eye for mono-
chromatic elegance, fur-
ther elevating the outfit’s
allure. A true fashion icon
knows that the smallest de-
tails can make the biggest
impact.
onam Kapoor was last seen on
the big screen in the film The
Zoya Factor, which released
in 2019. Sonam gave birth to
her and her husband Anand
Ahuja’s first child in
2022. The actress had
taken a break from acting due to her
pregnancy and motherly duties.
Now, Sonam is gearing up to return
to the movies very soon. Sonam has
recently revealed that she wishes to
do two projects every year and that
she would like to act in commercial
films and family entertainers for her
comeback. Sonam also added that she
wants to do two movies per year with
scripts that would appeal to family audi-
ences. She said, “I’m looking to do two
projects year on year from here on and I’m
going to look for scripts that are hugely
entertaining  engaging. I’m being drawn
to subjects that appeal to a wider audience
segment so that we can enjoy movies as a
family, as a community.”
Bolly To Holly
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n the ever-
e v o l v i n g
world of
f a s h i o n ,
there's one name that
consistently stands out
as a beacon of versatil-
ity – Kylie Jenner.
From her humble be-
ginnings to her current
status as a global influ-
encer, Kylie has prov-
en time and again that
she is an unparalleled
force when it comes to
embracing diverse
fashion aesthetics.
With her fearless and
audacious fashion
choices, she serves as a
true fashion dynamo,
igniting inspiration and
setting trends for mil-
lions around the globe.
Kylie has proven time
and again that she
reigns supreme when it
comes to pushing fash-
ion boundaries.
With each ensemble,
she inspires us to em-
brace our style, fear-
lessly experiment, and
evolve our fashion
choices. So, let's take a
page from Kylie's fash-
ion book and embark
on our style journeys.
Are you ready to un-
leash your inner fash-
ion chameleon and
make a statement that's
uniquely you?
elena Gomez and Jus-
tin Bieber were once
a power couple of the
music industry, who
were in an on-and-off rela-
tionship from 2010 to 2018.
Even today some loyal fans
wish that the duo should have mar-
ried each other and keep posting
their old pictures. Justin’s por-
trait of his ex-girlfriend Selena
on wrist is perhaps one of his
most popular tattoos. The said
tattoo was inspired by her Elle mag-
azine photoshoot with added angel
wings. Since then Justin has also
tried to have the face altered. Besides
that Justin also has a rose with a faint
S tattoo on his neck.
It also seems to be for his former
flame as the Rare Beauty founder
loves roses. Bieber revealed that he
tried to cover up this tattoo by shad-
ing Gomez’s face but people still
know. Couple of years later he also
posted and said, ‘Over a hundred
hours of hard work on my body and
I wouldn’t take back a single one. I
absolutely love art and I've made my
body a canvas and it’s so much fun’.
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Alia Bhatt's
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Selena Gomez's tattoo
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Sonam Kapoor
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  • 1. Jaipur, Wednesday | July 26, 2023 firstindia.co.in HARMANPREET SUSPENDED AFTER BREACHING ICC CODE OF CONDUCT India captain Harmanpreet Kaur has been suspended for 2 int’l matches fol- lowing 2 breaches of ICC Code of Con- duct during match against Bangladesh. CHINA NAMES WANG YI AS NEW FOREIGN MIN, REPLACES QIN Wang Yi has been named as new for- eign minister of China on Tuesday. Qin Gang, “missing” foreign minister was removed and Wang Yi replaced him. Gyanvapi case: Allahabad HC on Tuesday heard a plea against a district court order directing ASI survey, the CJ posted it for further hearing today RNI NUMBER: RAJENG/2019/77764 | VOL 5 | ISSUE NO. 50 | PAGES 12 | `3.00 Rajasthan’s Own English Newspaper firstindia.co.in/epapers/jaipur thefirstindia thefirstindia thefirstindia SENSEX 66,355.71 29.07 BSE 19,680.60 8.25 NIFTY 30°C 19°C Min Humidity61% Max Partly sunny with thun- derstorm in spots in noon FORECAST FORMATION OF RAJ STATE TELI GHANI DEVP BOARD Govt’s plan for social, edu and economic growth of Teli community AFTER THE APPROVAL OF CM ASHOK GEHLOT, THE ORDER FOR FORMATION HAS BEEN ISSUED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL JUSTICE AND EMPOWERMENT Naresh Sharma Jaipur ajasthan State Teli Ghani De- v e l o p m e n t Board has been consti- tuted by the state govern- ment for the social, edu- cational and economic advancement of the Teli community. This board will make innovative plans for the upliftment of the com- munity, identify prob- lems and submit sugges- tions to the state govern- ment. Along with the conservation and promo- tion of Teli Ghani, the board will do skill devel- opment training, entre- preneurship promotion, promotion of employ- ment and self-employ- ment opportunities to the youth, reviewing the im- plementation of budget announcements related to the board, sharing in- formation about useful experiences of other states, monitoring physi- cal and financial targets of training programs of various departments and other works. The Board will have a total of 5 non-official members including Chairman, Vice Chair- man and 3 members. Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot R The Managing Director of Rajasthan State Other Backward Classes Finance and Development Cooperative Corporation Limited or his representative will be a special invitee Last respect to RSS ideologue Union Home Minister Amit Shah, RSS Chief Mohan Bhagwat, BJP National President JP Nadda, Dattatreya Hosabale, Dharmendra Pradhan, Devendra Fadnavis, Prakash Javadekar and others paid last respects to the mortal remains of veteran RSS leader Madan Das Devi during funeral, in Pune on Tuesday. Anju is now Fatima, reportedly marries Pak friend Nasrullah Rashpal Singh Jaipur Anju Rafael, a mother of 2 fromAlwar who went to Pakistan, has converted to Islam and married her Pa- kistani lover Nasrullah and changed her name to Fatima, according to re- ports in the Pakistani me- dia. Reports said, mar- riage of Nasrullah and Anju has been formally done in the district court, Upper Dir whereAnju ap- peared wearing a black burqa and had covered her face while going to the court, but her face was not covered elsewhere. DIG of Malakand Div, Nasir Mehmood Satti has also confirmed the mar- riage of Anju, Nasrullah. After Nikah, couple was escorted to their home by cops to ensure safety. Anju with Nasrullah in video grab shot in Pak’s Khyber on Tuesday. Tigress ‘Arrowhead’ with 3 cubs in Ranthambore on Tuesday. Nasrullah, however, is reported to have said that they did not marry yet Nirmal Tiwari Sawai Madhopur/Jaipur Tigress T-84, popularly known as Arrowhead, was sighted with three cubs in Ranthambore na- tional park on Tuesday. The tigress is offspring of clan of famous tigress T-16 alias Machhali. This isArrowhead’s fourth lit- ter at about 9 yrs of age. The cubs from 1st litter could not survive. The famous tigresses Riddhi Siddhi from her 2nd litter have become pride of R’bore. CM Gehlot shared news on SM. P2 First India Bureau New Delhi Amid the ruckus in the Parliament over Manipur issue Tuesday, VP and RS chairman Jagdeep Dhankhar and Leader of Opposition Mallikarjun Kharge engaged in a light-hearted exchange. After Kharge said he was also among leaders who demanded a discussion on Manipur, Dhankhar replied, “That will hap- pen as the time permits… but you are number one in my heart.” In response, Kharge said, “I know your heart is very large… but that is on other side.” Tigress T-84 spotted with 3 cubs in R’bore VP Dhankhar to Kharge: You’re no. 1 in my heart PM Modi’s sharpest attack on Opposition amid Parl din ‘DIRECTIONLESS’ INDIA also in East India Company, Indian Mujahideen, says Modi Moni Sharma New Delhi Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday tears out at opposition parties for continuously disrupt- ing the monsoon session of Parliament. “We have never seen such a direc- tionless Opposition,” the PM said while addressing a meeting of BJP MPs on Tuesday. PM Modi took a dig at the Opposition al- liance INDIA, drawing parallels with infamous names like the East India Company and Popular Front of India. He em- phasized that merely us- ing the country’s name wouldn’t be enough to mislead the people. Tearing into Oppn par- ties’ protests leading to parliament logjam, PM Modi said that the opposi- tion parties seem to have made up their minds to remain in opposition for a long time as they have been directionless. P5 NOTHING CHANGES BY ADDING INDIA NAME. NARENDRA MODI, PRIME MINISTER HAVE WRITTEN TO LEADERS OF OPPN IN BOTH HOUSES FOR MANIPUR TALKS: HM Union Home and Cooperation Minister Amit Shah in Lok Sabha on Tues- day said, ‘We will bring new a new co-operative policy before Vijayadashmi or Diwali this year.’ ‘I have written to the Leaders of Opposi- tion in both Houses that the government is ready for a dis- cussion on Manipur and urged them to create a conducive at- mosphere for a discussion on this sensitive matter. People are watching the true face of the Opposition now,’ said Amit Shah. Call us whatever you want. We are INDIA. We will help heal Manipur and wipe the tears of every woman and child. We will bring back love and peace for all her people. We will rebuild the idea of India in Manipur. RAHUL GANDHI, CONGRESS LEADER I am not aware of their move but if they are doing so they should know that last time they brought a no-confidence motion, BJP came back to power with majority of over 300 seats, same will happen again, we will get over 350 seats PRALHAD JOSHI,PARL AFFAIRS MIN LS: Oppn may submit no- confidence motion notice Some parties of the Oppn INDIA alliance are likely to move a notice for a no-confidence motion against the govt in the Lok Sabha in an attempt to make PM Modi speak in Parl on Manipur violence, sources said on Tuesday. TUESDAY’S BUSINESS IN PARLIAMENT SESSION l LS passes the Biodiver- sity Bill by voice vote l Lok Sabha passes Multi-State Cooperative Societies Bill l Rajya Sabha passes Constitution (Scheduled Tribes) Order Bill PM Narendra Modi being greeted upon his arrival at BJP parliamentary party meeting on Tuesday. Pralhad Joshi, Dr Jitendra Singh, Arjun Ram Meghwal, Kirodi Lal Meena other leaders also seen. KARGIL VIJAY DIWAS Her Excellency, Hon’ble President Droupadi Murmu completes 1 year in office on Tuesday. P5 IN BRIEF Union Cabinet clears Bill to replace Delhi services ordinance New Delhi: The Cen- tral cabinet on Tuesday cleared a bill to replace ordinance that gives the Central government greater control over the posting of officers in New Delhi. The bill will be introduced in the Parliament soon. Former Haryana min acquitted in 2012 air hostess suicide case New Delhi: Delhi court acquitted former Hary- ana Minister Gopal Goy- al Kanda and his associ- ate in a case of abetment of suicide of former air hostess Geetika Sharma. It said possibility of sui- cide due to other reasons cannot be ruled out. SpiceJet catches fire at Delhi airport; none hurt New Delhi: The engine of an under mainte- nance SpiceJet turbo- prop aircraft caught fire while carrying out en- gine ground run at idle power at Delhi Airport bay on Tuesday. The aircraft is safe and luck- ily no one was injured. CONGRATULATIONS MADAM PRESIDENT! Manipur internet ban now ‘partially revoked’ First India Bureau Imphal Manipur govt on Tues- day partially lifted inter- net ban by conditionally allowing broadband ser- vice while keeping the ban on mobile internet. The state govt said inter- net ban was being par- tially lifted in view of problems faced by peo- ple as it has affected of- fices, educational institu- tions, health facilities, booking of cooking gas, and other services. P7 Children displaced at an exclusive relief camp in Imphal on Tuesday. DCW CHIEF MALIWAL MEETS KIN OF VICTIMS “Met the family of the daughters who were victims of brutality in Manipur… their tears would not let me sleep for a long time,” DCW chief Swati Maliwal tweeted on Tuesday as she shared a video of their interaction.
  • 2. Vikas Sharma Jaipur The staff members of Ra- jasthan University of Health Sciences (RUHS) on Tuesday boycotted work over discrepancies in implementation of Old Pension Scheme (OPS). The protestors informed that more than 450 em- ployees protested under the banner of OPS Sany- ukt Sangharsh Samiti. President of Non-Teach- ing Staff Union Satyen- dra Chowdhary said they have raised their de- mands at various levels, but none of their de- mands have been ful- filled. “The administration took out lakhs of rupees in lieu of OPS while the employees are not get- ting any kind of recov- ery,” Chowdhary said. First India Bureau Jaipur The powers to grant consent, refuse and can- cel mining leases for mines of 5 hectares un- der the provisions of the Water (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act and Air (Prevention and Control of Pollu- tion) Act have now been given to the regional of- fices of the Rajasthan State Pollution Control Board. However, the right to give consents, reject and cancel the mining lease of more than 5 hectares will remain with the head office, member secretary of the board N Vijay said. Chairman of the Rajasthan State Pol- lution Control Board Shikhar Agarwal said that continuous efforts are being made to ease the process in setting up industries in the state. He said that a special initiative has been taken by the Board in the di- rection of ease of doing business by expanding the jurisdiction of re- gional officers. Powers under water act and air act have been given to regional offices. RAJASTHAN www.firstindia.co.in firstindia.co.in/epapers/jaipur thefirstindia thefirstindia thefirstindia 02 Jaipur, Wednesday | July 26, 2023 Reg. offices given more power on mining leases Tigerpopulationontheriseas 11cubsborninlastonemonth Tigress T-84, ‘Arrowhead’ sighted with three cubs on Tuesday TIGER-STHAN Nirmal Tiwari Jaipur With three new cubs of Tigress T-84, popularly known as Arrowhead, sighted in Ranthambore national park on Tuesday, the number of tigers in Ranthambore has reached the 79 including 22 males, 30 females and 27 sub-adults and cubs. There are 30 tigers in Sariska and 5 in Ramgarh Vishdhari Tiger Reserve. Total 11 tiger cubs have born in a month in the state. On 21 June, T-124 Riddhi was seen in Ran- thambore with 3 cubs. On 9 July, ST-19 was seen in Sariska with 2 cubs. On 16 July, RVT2 was seen in Ramgarh Vishdhari with 3 cubs. The increasing number of tigers is the result of excellent wildlife man- agement and surveillance by brilliant leadership of ACS Shikhar Agarwal, Chief Wildlife Warden ArindamTomar and team work of CCF RN Meena, PKathirvel, DFO Deven- dra Jagawat, Mohit Gupta, Sanjeev Sharma. FD’s and all three DCFs do field patrolling in all the three reserves. In fact, the craze of tiger tourism is increasing among tourists and wild- life lovers in the state. SURVEILLANCE RAMPED UP IN RANTHAMBORE With the birth of elev- en cubs in ;ast one month, Field Director P Kathairvel and Deputy Conservator of Forests, Mohit Gupta are continu- ously engaged in monitoring of new cubs in R’bhore. All 5 core routes of Ranthambore are closed during monsoon for saftey purposes, in such a situation surveillance has been increased further. The goal is to ensure safety and care of the newborn Tigers and deter any poachers, trafficors from attempting untoward activities. Rajasthan welcomes new guests of the forest. The good news of the birth of 3 new tiger cubs was received from Ranthambore. This beauti- ful picture is reaffirming our commitment to Tigers and wildlife conservation. Hearty congratulations to the Rajasthan Tiger Reserve team. Ashok Gehlot @ashokgehlot51 Gold worth approx 1.5 cr seized from 2 passengers in 2 days Ziauddin Khan Jaipur The incidents of gold smuggling from coun- tries like the UAE are increasing day by day in Jaipur. The officials of the Directorate of Rev- enue Intelligence (DRI) on Monday held a pas- senger with smuggled gold worth Rs. 70 lakhs at Jaipur International Airport. Sources in- formed the passenger, a resident of Nagaur, had gone to Dubai three months ago in search of a Job. “On Monday after- noon, he returned to Jaipur from Dubai. Of- ficials recovered 1.16 kgs of gold from him, worth around Rs. 70 lakhs in market,” sourc- es said. “The accused was produced before a court and sent to jail,” the source added. On Tuesday, 1285 grams of gold worth Rs 78,25,650 was recovered hidden in the luggage of a passen- ger coming from Shar- jah in flight G935. Now investigation is being done in both the cases of as to who the metal was to be supplied in Jaipur. The accused had in his possession, a tobacco box molded from 1.16 Kg of pure gold with a market value of approx `70 Lakhs Woman sterilised without permission at Jaipur hosp First India Bureau Jaipur A case of tubectomy per- formed without consent has come to light at Jaipur’s Janana Hospital. During the woman’s op- eration for delivery, the hospital staff were busy celebrating a birthday in the ward. Victim’s hus- band filed a complaint at the Sindhi Camp police station on Tuesday. According to CI Jay- amal Singh, the com- plaint was lodged by Ram Singh. On July 21, his wife Poonam Kavar was admitted to Janana Hospital for her second delivery. Dr Pawan Ku- mar Agrawal is incharge of ward where Poonam was admitted.The hus- band alleged that during Poonam’s operation for delivery, the ward doctor and other staff were busy in birthday celebrations and Dr Agrawal per- formed the tubectomy without permission. Dr Agrawal has denied his involvement and said that he was not present at the time of the operation. DGP, SPs attend HC hearing on missing children cases in state Kamal Kant Jaipur In the case of missing children, a division bench of Justice Pankaj Bhandari and Bhuvan Goyal in the Rajasthan High Court on Tuesday asked the state govern- ment and the police ad- ministration to speed up their system and improve existing arrangements to find the children soon. The court asked the government to develop coordination with the po- lice and administration of other states even at the interstate level. During the hearing on the habeas corpus petitions filed in this regard, DGP Umesh Mishra and the SPs of Ajmer, Bhiwadi, Alwar and Dausa were present in the High Court. The High Court said whether the state govern- ment and the police ad- ministration do not have any mechanism to quick- ly find the children. NCW takes cognisance in Barmer alleged rape and murder Mukesh Mathrani Barmer National commission of woman on Tuesday took cognizance in Barmer tribal woman rape and murder case. Condemn- ing the incident NCW said that it has taken suo- moto cognizance and di- rected for swift investi- gation. “Justice must prevail, NCW further said.” NCB’s moves came after a video, show- ing half naked body of the woman, went viral on social media. However, the police has a different version on it. Bhuttaram Bishnoi, station house officer at Chohtan police station, said that when they re- covered the body, which was hanging on the tree, at that time the woman was completely dressed. He further said that after the post-mortem the body was handed over to the family members. Bishnoi said that they have yet no idea about any video but if anything happened like this, strict action would be taken. Police has booked the ac- cused under section 366, 376 and 302 of IPC. June: Highest pax movement in 5 years Ziauddin Khan Jaipur The Jaipur International Airport has now broken record of the last 5 years in passenger load. Te air- port claims that June has the highest passenger load as compared to the last 5 years. But the airport has not yet been able to find a permanent solution for the common passengers who are often troubled by the canceled and delayed flights at the airport. Ac- cording to the latest data released, the number of passengers travelling in domestic flights in the month of June stood at 4,33,454 while 33,737 international passengers traveled. The process of cancellation and delay of daily flights at the airport has become common. Narco test to be conducted on accused of Osian family murder First India Bureau Jodhpur Narco test will be con- ducted on Pappuram Be- rad, accused of burning the couple, daughter-in- law and an innocent alive in Osian’s Ramnagar vil- lage. Investigating Of- ficer Madanlal Royal has filed an application in the ACJM Osian Court to get the narco test done. Superintendent of Po- lice (Rural) Dharmendra Singh Yadav said that the police are investigating the incident. Berad, a resident of Ramnagar, accused of brutally mur- dering and burning his uncle’s family including a 4-month old baby over land dispute, is remorse- less. After being taken into custody on the basis of suspicion, he con- fessed to his crime during interrogation. Police in- terrogated him separately at the Osian police sta- tion. Even theAdditional Director General of Po- lice (Crime) Dinesh MN interrogated him. SHRC TAKES COGNISANCE IN JODHPUR MURDERS The chairman of Rajasthan Human Rights Commission Justice Gopal Krishna Vyas reached Ram Nagar in Osian and took feedback about the murder of four persons of a family from police and local people. He also met the family members and consoled them. Vyas directed the po- lice officials and administra- tion to provide relief to the family members by taking quick actions in the matter. Congress to protest throughout state on Manipur issue today 600 kg adulterated paneer recovered in Shastri Nagar Vikas Sharma Jaipur As part of the Shudh Ke Liye Yudh Abhiyan, the health department on Tuesday raided a dairy in Shastri Nagar and seized 600 kgs of adulterated paneer. Officials in- formed that the central team of the Food Direc- torate raided Best Dairy located in Shastri Nagar and found that the ac- cused were first extract- ing cream from the milk and then mixing sham- poo and palm oil in the milk to make paneer. “The team recovered a huge quantity of sham- poo, and palm oil from the spot and seized the material recovered from the spot. Action is being taken against the miscre- ants for making poison- ous food items,” in- formed an official. Notably, similar ac- tions have been taken in the past wherein spurious ghee, milk and other items have been seized. The fake products are usually common at the festival times. First India Bureau Jaipur Congress in Rajasthan will protest against the in- cidents in Manipur by tak- ing out protest marches in allthedistrictsonWednes- day. The foot march will be taken out at 11 am, PCC President Govind Singh Dotasara said that after the foot march, a memorandum against the central government will be given to the Collector in the name of President. He said that the BJP’s government has failed to stop the ongoing caste conflict, increasing atrocities against women, tribals and minority com- munities in Manipur. According to the official data, a total of 4,33,454 passengers travelled in domestic flights in June, while 33,737 travelled in international flights Aam Aadmi Party activists protesting at collectorate in Jaipur on Tuesday against Manipur incident. SANTOSH SHARMA Employees of RUHS protesting in Jaipur against the Old Pension Scheme on Tuesday. MUKESH KIRADOO BJP TO PROTEST UNDER ‘NAHISAHEGARAJASTHAN’ As part of the ‘Nahi Sahega Rajasthan’ campaign, the work- ers of BJP Mahila Morcha will protest outside the homes of Congress MLAs on Wednesday by beating thalis. The mahila morcha activists will raise their voices against atrocities and deteriorating law and order situation. “Women are not safe from road to school or college or workplace. Rajas- than will not tolerate jungle raj of CM Gehlot,” said Raksha Bhandari. Similarly, on July 27, Yuva Morcha will take out a motorcycle rally in 200 constituencies to spread awareness among the youth of state. Tigress ‘Arrowhead’ with her three cubs spotted on Tuesday in Ranthambore. RUHS employees boycott work over irregularities in the OPS
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  • 4. Ashok Yogi Jaipur The unemployed youths on Tuesday protested at Shaheed Samarak and protested against the government over their various pending de- mands. State President of Berojgar Sangh Upen Yadav said that the ap- pointment of the chair- man of staff selection board and RPSC should be done on the lines of UPSC. “The govt has brought the law of life imprisonmentandwewel- come it, but there is no investigation in the paper leakcase.Today,thisdem- onstration has been done to wake up the govt re- garding various demands including honorarium of tourist guides, paramedi- cal cadre,” said Yadav. First India Bureau Pali In a tragic incident near Ghumti on Jodhpur Road in Pali city, on Tuesday, parents committed sui- cide by jumping in front of the Jodhpur-RatlaPali: Couple dies by suicide as daughter marries in- tercaste – 120m train. The couple was disturbed by their daughter’s deci- sion to marry a person from another caste. The bodies have been placed in the morgue of Bangad Hospital. 3 YEARS OF NEP-2020 NEP bringing changes in edu: Padhy First India Bureau Jaipur press confer- ence was organ- ized by Malviya National Institute of Technology Jaipur on the occasion of three years of National Education Poli- cy-2020. The press con- ference was addressed by Prof. NP Padhy Director, MNIT; Manoj Gupta, Under Secretary, Region- al CBSE Office, Ajmer; BL Morodia, Deputy Commissioner, Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan, Jaipur; NK Patel, Depu- ty Commissioner, Navo- daya Vidyalaya Samiti; Dr. Yogesh Kumar, Dep- uty Director, Skill De- velopment and Regional Directorate of Skill De- velopment and Entre- preneurship. Padhy informed that Prime Minister Naren- dra Modi will inaugurate the All India Education Conference on the third anniversary of the Na- tional Education Policy on July 29 in New Delhi. Multimedia exhibitions along with 200 stalls will be part of the festi- val, showcasing top ini- tiatives related to educa- tion and skills. First India Bureau Jaipur BJP State President CP Joshi on Tuesday con- demned the state govern- ment and expressed deep concern on the law and order situation. He said that the lawyer commu- nity should raise voice against the govt in which ministers and others in- fluential people are in- volved in corruption. “Lawyers should raise the voice so that the peo- ple of Raj who are suffer- ing from the present sys- tem get immediate re- lief,” said Joshi while addressing a dialogue event organised by the advocates of the Govern- ment of India at a hotel in Jaipur. Joshi was chief guest in the event. Additional Solicitor General of Raj Rajdeep- ak Rastogi explained the outline of the event . First India Bureau Jaipur All the councillors of Congress in Alwar Na- gar Council are angry with the functioning of Minister Shanti Dhari- wal. The councillors al- lege that the minister has given the charge of the chairmanship to the deputy chairman of the city council, who be- longs to the BJP, for 1.5 years due to which the Congress councillors are not able to get any work done. The councillors will meet state in-charge Sukhjinder Singh Rand- hawa and PCC president Govind Singh Dotasra and hand over their col- lective resignations. First India Bureau Bharatpur Special Investigation Team probing the murder of Kuldeep Jhagina in police custody has sub- mitted its report to DGP Umesh Mishra.Sources said that the SIT has writ- ten in the report that the undertrial prisoners should not have taken to court in public transport and that is the reason Kuldeep was murdered.It was also said by the SIT that the police escorting the bus did not respond properly against the mis- creants. Apart from this, the investigating officer through public prosecu- tor should have produced the accused through vid- eo conferencing. Manoj Tak Udaipurwati The dismissed minister of Rajasthan government and Udaipurwati MLA Rajendra Singh Gudha once again took on the govt by saying that Dury- odhan and Dusshasan were in the government but he would continue to fight as long as he lives. After being sacked as a minister and mar- shalled out of the assem- bly, Gudha went on a camel cart yatra against the government in his constituency. He started from Jhadaya Balaji Temple on Tuesday. The yatra passed through Pachalangi, Kairoth, Pap- da and Bagholi in Udaipurwati. After this, Gudha held a meeting at Kairoth near Pachalangi. Addressing the gathering, he said that he was a min- ister in the government and knew all their corrupt practices and would ex- pose them by reaching out to the people. NP Padhy, BK Patel, Yogesh Kumar, and Ritu Shukla at a press conference organised by MNIT in Jaipur. SANTOSH SHARMA CP Joshi addressing a dialogue event organised by the advocates of the Government of India at the Fern Hotel, Durgapura in Jaipur on Tuesday. Also seen are Rajdeepak Rastogi and Pramod Vashishth. Upen Yadav addressing at Shaheed Smarak in Jaipur on Tuesday. Relatives of the deceased couple outside the hospital. Rajendra Gudha touring villages in Udaipurwati on Tuesday. SIT probing murder of Kuldeep Jhagina submitted report to DGP Umesh Mishra They demanded that a Congress councillor should be nominated as the chairman. A IN BRIEF Constable shoots self outside police station in Chittorgarh, dies Jhunjhunu: Three peo- ple were killed while two were injured after a speeding car hit three mo- torcycles in Gudha Gorji town of Jhunjhunu district on Tuesday. Police in- formed the accused, iden- tified as Sugna Ram, was in an inebriated state and was rashly driving his car. “The mishap took place near the Ashok Nagar area under the Gudha Gorji Police Station area. The accused has been ar- rested and is being inter- rogated,” police said. Chittorgarh: A police constable allegedly shot himself dead in Chittor- garh on Tuesday morn- ing. Police informed the constable, Chetram Gur- jar (30), was posted at Bhainsrorgarh Police Station of Chittorgarh. “Chetram Gurjar was on duty in the police station on Monday early morn- ing when suddenly he in- jured his shoulder by the gunshot of the official ri- fle,” police said. Drunken driver kills three people, injures two in Jhunjhunu CP Joshi expresses concern on the law order situation Expressing concern Lawyersshouldraisevoiceso thatpeoplecangetrelief:Joshi ‘RED DIARY A TOPIC OF DISCUSSION AMONG COMMON MAN’ Jaipur: Rajasthan BJP leaders are adopting an aggres- sive stand on the Gehlot government these days. On Tuesday, senior BJP leader and former minister Arun Chaturvedi lashed out at the Gehlot government in a press conference. During this, Chaturvedi referring to the red diary of Rajendra Gudha said that the red diary is a topic of discussion among the common man. “If this red diary is opened, then the black activities of the government will be revealed,” he said. RAHATKAR TOURS BIKANER UNDER ‘NAHI SAHEGA RAJ’ Bikaner: Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP’s) national secretary and state co- incharge of Rajasthan Vijaya Rahatkar during her tour of Bikaner un- der the ‘Nahi Sahega Rajasthan’ campaign, issued a card of failure against the state government. Talking to First India News, Rahatkar said that BJP does what it says. “The work done under the leadership of Prime Minister Modi is before everyone,” she said. Laxman Raghav Duryodhan Dusshasan sittingingovt,saysGudha RED DIARY IS FICTIONAL, SAYS RAMLAL JAT; DHEERAJ GURJAR DENIES GUDHA’S CLAIMS On Tuesday, Minister Ramlal Jat reacted to the entire controversy surrounding Rajendra Singh Gudha’s red diary revelation and said, “Red diary is a fictional character and story.” President of Rajasthan Seeds Corporation Dheeraj Gurjar on Tuesday claimed that he was not with Rajendra Gudha when he had se- cured a red diary from the residence of Congress leader during Income Tax raid. The red diary mentioned by the sacked minister Rajendra Gudha has created a storm in the politics of the state. RAJENDRA GUDHA RECEIVING OFFERS FROM VARIOUS PARTIES POST RED DIARY EPISODE After the Red Diary episode, Rajendra Singh Gudha has started receiving offers from various parties to join them. Although the main contesting political parties in Rajasthan’s electoral politics are Congress and BJP, the third front has never had any special existence here but efforts are on. YogeshSharma Alwar Cong councillors protest outside PCC Jaghina case: SIT says use of bus was a mistake Parents jump before moving train as daughter marries out of caste Dark clouds hover in the sky over Statue Circle in Jaipur on Tuesday evening. There is a possibility of torrential rains in eastern Rajasthan including Jaipur today and Thursday. SANTOSH SHARMA MONSOON SKY Unemployedyouthsprotest overvariouspendingdemands WOMAN, INFANT DROWN IN BARMER Barmer: A 25-year- old woman and her three-year-old infant died of drowning in a water tank in Barmer on Tues- day, police said. Police informed the deceased has been identified as Rekha and her son Ganpat. “The mishap took place in Matasar village under the Nagana Police Station area, police said. Arun Chaturvedi addressing a the media in Jaipur. 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  • 6. INDIA www.firstindia.co.in firstindia.co.in/epapers/jaipur thefirstindia thefirstindia thefirstindia 05 Jaipur, Wednesday | July 26, 2023 FIRST CITIZEN’S FIRST YEAR Prez Murmu completes one year in office First India Bureau New Delhi n completing one year in the office, Presi- dent Droupadi Murmu on Tuesday expressed hap- piness that that through technology, the Rashtra- pati Bhavan has been able to connect with more and more people in the past one year. To mark the comple- tion of one year of her presidency, President Droupadi Murmu par- ticipated in a number of activities including lay- ing of the foundation stone for redevelopment of Shiva Temple situated in the President’s Estate; laying the foundation stone for construction of a Cricket Pavilion at the Sports Ground of Dr. Rajendra Prasad Kend- riya Vidyalaya, Presi- dent’s Estate; inaugurat- ing Navachara – an Artificial Intelligence enabled gallery devel- oped by the Rashtrapati Bhavan in collaboration with Intel India The President also in- augurated Sutra-kala Dar- pan – a Textile Collection of Rashtrapati Bhavan; Janjatiya Darpan – a gal- lery to showcase the com- mon and connecting cul- tural traits of various tribal communities; launching the redevel- oped website of the Presi- dent of India and Rashtra- patiBhavan;receivingthe first copy of the book on Ayush Wellness Centre, President’s Estate, titled ‘Preserving Health, Em- bracing Traditions’. President Droupadi Murmu at inauguration of various projects on the occasion of the completion of one year of her presidency, at Rashtrapati Bhavan, in New Delhi on Tuesday. ANI Opposition MPs stage a walkout amid a protest over the Manipur issue during the Monsoon Session, in New Delhi on Tuesday. ANI (Top) LS Speaker Om Birla inaugurates Members Health Camp at Parliament House in New Delhi on Tuesday. (Left) Om Birla pays tribute to former LS Speaker Somnath Chatterjee on his birth anniversary, on Tuesday. Mallikarjun Kharge with AAP MP Sanjay Singh and Congress MP Pramod Tiwari outside Parliament in New Delhi on Tuesday. O ANI New Delhi On the day the war of words between the Treas- ury and Opposition benches continued to dis- rupt proceedings in Par- liament, Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla on Tuesday chaired an all- party meeting to end the “impasse”, sources said. Sources said despite efforts of the Speaker, the Opposition refused to budge from their stand, demanding that Prime Minister Narendra Modi make a statement on the Manipur situation. “In the all-party meeting, the government said it was ready for a discussion on the prevailing situation in Manipur,” a source said. Birla urged them to dis- cuss this issue with their parties, assuring that he would convene a similar meeting again. His call to members to “maintain the dignity of the House”, however, fell on deaf ears as the Opposition persist- ed with their protests. Who attended meet Union Ministers Pralhad Joshi and Arjun Ram Meghwal represented the Centre at the all-party meeting. Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury (Congress), Sudip Bandyopadhyay (TMC), Supriya Sule (NCP), Anupriya Patel (Apna Dal), Lalan Singh JD(U), TR Baalu (DMK), Farooq Abdullah (NC), Pashupati Paras (LJP), Asaduddin Owaisi (AIMIM), PR Natrajan (CPI-M)attendedmeeting. ANI New Delhi Exchange ideas, sit to- gether, and carry forward the legacy of Atal Ji and Advani Ji, are the mes- sages given by PM Nar- endra Modi to BJP's Par- liamentary Party meeting to celebrate the 25th an- niversary of NDA, Union Minister, Pralhad Joshi said on Tuesday. The Union Minister was addressing a press briefing in Parliament. He said that PM Modi had called for celebrating and taking forward the NDA with great will and confidence on the com- pletion of its 25 years. ANI Bengaluru Ruling out the possibility of forging a pact with BJP-led NDA ahead of next year’s Lok Sabha polls, the Janata Dal (Secular) chief HD Deve Gowda on Tuesday said that his party will go all alone into the polls. Addressing media, he said the JD(S) will not come into an electoral tie- up in the 2024 Lok Sabha polls. Deve Gowda said, “JDS will never sink...We will fight for parliament elections independently and will not take any help from any party. There is no question of aligning with anybody, we will fight the battle indepen- dently on our own.” Gowda’s son and for- mer Chief Minister HD Kumaraswamy said last week his party would work together with the BJPagainst the Congress government on various issues, giving rise to speculations that the two parties joining hands for next year’s polls. ANI Guwahati Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla is all set to inaugu- rate new building of the Assam Assembly in the presence of CM Himanta Biswa Sarma, and Union Minister Sarbananda So- nowal on July 30. All ex- isting and former MPs, members of the Assam Legislative Assembly, and other invitees will be present on the occasion. Numal Momin, Deputy Speaker of Assam said Birla will inaugurate the new building of the As- sam Legislative Assem- bly on July 30. ANI Johannesburg NSA Ajit Doval met top Chinese diplomat Wang Yi on the sidelines of the B R I C S meeting in SouthAfrica and the two sides agreed that India- China bilateral relation- ship is significant not only for the two countries but also for the region. The meeting between Doval and Wang Yi took place on the sidelines of a meeting of the BRICS National Security Advi- sors’ in Johannesburg. Congratula- tions to Rash- trapati Ji on her first year in office! Her tireless dedication to public service and relentless pursuit of progress are extremely motivating. Her various accomplishments re- flect the tangible impact of her leadership. Narendra Modi @narendramodi Madras HC closes habeas corpus petition filed by arrested TN minister Senthil Balaji’s wife Telangana HC sets aside BRS MLA Venkateswara Rao’s election from Kothagudem seat Chennai: The Madras HC on Tuesday closed the habeas corpus petition filed by arrested Tamil Nadu minister V Senthil Balaji’s wife, since the matter is pending before the Supreme Court. A division bench closed the petition after hearing the submissions of Solicitor General Tushar Mehta, appearing for the Enforcement Directorate and senior counsel NR Elango, who represented Balaji. Hyderabad: The Telangana High Court on Tuesday set aside the election of ruling BRS MLA Vanama Venkateswara Rao from Kothagudem Assembly constituency in 2018. The court also imposed a fine of Rs five lakh on Vanama Venkateswara Rao, accord- ing to Ramesh Kuthumbaka counsel for Jalgam Venkat Rao. IN THE COURTYARD Plea seeks less painful alternatives for executing death New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Monday adjourned the hearing on a plea seeking to examine less painful methods to execute death penalty instead of hanging. A bench headed by Chief Justice DY Chandrachud adjourned the hearing after the counsel apprised the court that Attorney General was travelling. Speaker’s call to Oppn members to “maintain dignity of the House” fell on their deaf ears MONSOON SESSION OF PARLIAMENT OmBirlachairsall-partymeettoend‘impasse’ Attempt to break ice Vice President and Rajya Sabha Chairman Jagdeep Dhankhar interacts with Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) Chief Sharad Pawar and others in his chamber at the Parliament House, in New Delhi, on Tuesday. PTI Konyakbecomes1stwomanMP fromNagalandtopresideoverRS ANI New Delhi Marking a significant mo- mentinthehistory,Phang- non Konyak, first woman MPfrom Nagaland in Ra- jya Sabha, presided over the House on Tuesday. Earlier she had created history by becoming the first ever women MP to be appointed to the panel of Vice- Chairpersons on July 17. In a remarkable move to bring about gen- der equality, RS Chair- man Jagdeep Dhankhar last week had nominated four women members (50 per cent of the total number) to the panel of Vice-Chairpersons. All the women mem- bers nominated to the panel are first term Par- liamentarians and S Phangnon Konyak be- came the first ever wom- an from Nagaland nomi- nated to the panel of Vice-Chairpersons. Kon- yak is also the first ever woman from Nagaland to be elected as a member of the Rajya Sabha. Rajya Sabha Chairman Jagdeep Dhankhar made the announcement on Thursday about the nom- inated four women Par- liamentarians to the panel of Vice-Chairpersons. Rajya Sabha MP S Phangnon Konyak. FILE AB-PMJAY LED TO HUGE OUT-OF-POCKET EXPENDITURE SAVINGS, GOVT SAYS IN RS The Ayushman Bharat - Pradhan Mantri Jan Arogya Yojana (AB-PMJAY) has resulted in huge out-of-pocket expenditure savings related to hospitalisations for the targeted beneficiaries, MoS (Health) SP Singh Baghel told the Rajya Sabha on Tuesday. A total of 3.14 crore beneficiaries were bene- fited during the last two years under the Centre’s ambi- tious health insurance scheme, he said. The states/UTs having maximum and minimum number of beneficiary families supported by the Centre and state are Uttar Pradesh and Lakshadweep, respectively, Baghel said in a written reply. Responding to a question, he said in Gujarat, AB-PMJAY is implemented in convergence with the state scheme Mukhyamantri Amrutum. RS FACES ADJOURNMENT, OPPN DEMANDS IMMEDIATE DISCUSSION ON MANIPUR Rajya Sabha faced its second adjournment on Tuesday amid insistence by the opposi- tion for a detailed discussion on Manipur violence and PM Narendra Modi’s statement on it. Soon after the House reassembled at 12 noon fol- lowing the first adjournment earlier, the Opposition leaders raised their demand. Rajya Sabha Chair- man Jagdeep Dhankhar proceeded with Question Hour even as Opposition members raised slogans in support of their demand. The Chairman told the protesting members to maintain order as Question Hour is at the Heart of Parliament’s functioning. INDIA’S PROJECTED POPULATION, AS ON JULY 1, IS 139 CRORE: GOVT TO LOK SABHA The projected population of India, as on July 1, 2023, is 139 crore according to a report of the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Lok Sabha was informed on Tuesday. MoS (Home) Nityanand Rai said as per the United Nations, World Population Prospectus 2022, the total projected population of China as on July 1, is 142,56,71,000. “The projected population of India as on July 1, as per the technical group on popula- tion projections published by the National Commis- sion on Population, is 139,23,29,000,” he said. Birla to inaugurate new Assam Assembly building on Sunday PM calls for celebrating NDA's 25th anniv: Joshi “Willcontestonourown”: HDDeveGowdaonLSpolls Pralhad Joshi, Arjun Meghwal, Muraleedharan address media. HD Deve Gowda, with others, addresses media in Bengaluru. NSA Doval meets Chinese diplomat Yi in South Africa OPPN IS ‘COALITION OF CORRUPTION’: MOMIN Guwahati: Deputy Speaker of Assam Legislative As- sembly, Dr Numal Momin, has called 26 Opposition alliance - Indian National Developmental Inclusive Alliance (INDIA) - as a ‘Coalition of Corruption’, and claimed that BJP-led NDA will win more than 400 seats in 2024 LS polls.
  • 7. hat hap- pened after the horren- dous video went viral and the political aftermath of it especially in Delhi is well reported across the country and the world and is known to one and all. However, that the ripples of the unrest in Manipur is slowly shifting across oth- er northeastern states is now a matter of grave con- cern and before it escalates into a major issue, it is time to defuse the crisis right away. ON FRIDAY An organisation of former militants had asked Meiteis living in Mizoram to exer- cise ‘caution’amid the eth- nic violence in Manipur. The statement issued by PAMRA (Peace Accord MNF Returnees’Associa- tion) said it was no longer safe for Meiteis from Ma- nipurtoliveinMizoram“in the wake of barbaric and heinous acts committed by miscreants in Manipur”. WHY WAS SUCH A WARNING ISSUED? This warning triggered the exodus of Meiteis from Mizoram and Meiteis took the flight from Aizawl’s LengpuiAirport to Imphal. Mizoram houses about a few thousand Meiteis who are mostly from Manipur. Some are even from South Assam. The horrendous video of two Kuki women paraded naked had spread fresh panic among the Meitei community living outside their hometown Manipur. Mizoram’s chief minis- ter Zoramthanga had to enter the scene and make an emotional appeal call- ing for an end to the vio- lence in Manipur. “The onset of May witnessed a brutal, untoward and un- called-for incident in Ma- nipur. At this very mo- ment, 3:30 am, July the 4th, 2023; nothing seems to have changed. We are counting, and today is the 62nd day,” the chief minis- ter said in a long post on Twitter, accompanied by a poster of himself that asked: “When will it stop?” Calling the Kuki-Zomis “my Manipuri Zo ethnic brethren”, CM Zo- ramthanga said he does not want to see any more pic- tures and videos of “churches being burnt, brutal killings and violence of all nature”. CM Zoramthanga also urged for “immediate res- toration of peace and nor- malcy.” “It is incumbent and imperative upon those responsible and law-abid- ing citizens or entities of India to look for immedi- ate ways for peace restora- tion. Development with a human touch and Sabka Saath Sabka Vikas applies to my Zo ethnic tribes in Manipur too!” HOW MANIPUR’S CRISIS HAS IMPACTED MIZORAM The situation and case study requires some under- standing. Mizoram’s Miz- os and Manipur’s Kukis share a deep-rooted ethnic bond. The Chin-Kuki- Mizo tribes come under the larger “Zo” ethnic cat- egory or umbrella. In Ma- nipur, Kuki-Zomis mainly live in Churachandpur, Kangpokpi and Pherzawl districts, with some of them also living in Teng- noupal and Chandel. Quoting professor Jang- khongam Doungel of the department of political sci- ence at Mizoram Univer- sity, who recently told In- dian Express: “Historical- ly, culturally, socially, lin- guistically, they are all re- lated.” He said these “Eth- nic tribes commonly traced their historical origin to a mythological cave known by different names by dif- ferent tribes”. “They are known as Chin when they settle in the Burmese plains and Chin became their official name in Burma (which is now Myanmar). Those who moved down to Lushai Hills (Mizoram) and Chittagong Hill Tracts (Bangladesh) from Chin Hills were known as Kuki and Kuki became the offi- cial name in India. The term ‘Mizo’ began to be used officially in Lushai Hills (presently Mizoram) in 1946. After that, Mizo began to be used popularly in Mizoram,” the Mizoram University professor went on to inform Indian Ex- press. SHARING BORDERS Apart from the ethnic bonds, Mizoram’s Aizawl and Saitual districts also share a 90 km-long border with Manipur’s Chura- chandpur and Pherzawl districts. THE VIEWS EXPRESSED BY THE AUTHOR ARE PERSONAL TOP TWEETS SPIRITUAL SPEAK There was a child who failed in all his exams. He was hated by his classmates and neighbours. So the parents thought of changing his name to change his perception. Isn’t the case similar to that of I.N.D.I.A? Jagat Prakash Nadda @JPNadda In exercise of the power conferred by the Constitution of India, the President of India, after consultation with Chief Justice of India, is pleased to appoint Shri Biswadeep Bhattacharjee, Advocate, as an Additional Judge of the Meghalaya High Court. Arjun Ram Meghwal @arjunrammeghwal l Vol 5 l Issue No. 50 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 Be happy with those who are happy, and cry with those who are crying. BIBLE PERSPECT VE www.firstindia.co.in firstindia.co.in/epapers/jaipur thefirstindia thefirstindia thefirstindia 06 Jaipur, Wednesday | July 26, 2023 MYANMAR REFUGEES Mizoram also took in refugees from Myanmar, who entered India follow- ing the 2021 military coup in their country. Mizoram now knocks on Centre’s doors: Interestingly, Mizo- ram’s Assembly polls are slated later this year and a hardpressed Mizoram CM Zoramthanga had also mentioned about the crisis in Bangladesh’s Chit- tagong Hill Tracts which led to people entering Mi- zoram. He mentioned this in his letter to PM Modi. On May 23, Zoramthanga wrote to PM Modi asking for Rs 10 crore as immedi- ate relief to take care of these displaced people from Manipur. In June 2023, Mizoram tourism minister Robert Romawia Royte met Union home secretary Ajay Kumar Bhalla and urged him to sanction funds. Seeking Centre’s assis- tance again, Mizoram CM Zoramthanga appealed in the wee hours of 4 July, “The brutal violence in Manipur has resulted in Internally Displaced People to tune of 12,000 in Mizoram. Refugees and/or IDPs from Manipur, Myan- mar and Bangladesh have risen to over 50,000. I wish and pray that Centre, on humanitarian grounds, lend us an immediate help- ing hand.” It is time, Oppn and Union govt joined hands and looked into BIGGER PICTURE of the crisis to soothe the nerves and apply balms to avert another major crisis… MANIPURUNREST’SRIPPLE EFFECTSPREADINGELSEWHERE? IMPACT OF MANIPUR UNREST ON MIZORAM Just after the violence took place in Manipur in May 2023, the Mizoram home department had issued a statement and had expressed solidarity with the “Zohnahthlak community” , or the Kuki- Chin-Mizo ethnic group. It was the first state to express “deep concern” about the unrest. As per reports, more than 12,000 people from Manipur have escaped to Mizoram since the violence broke out. While about 2,500-3,000 displaced individuals are in relief camps set up by the Mizoram government, the rest are living with their Mizo kith and kin. Aizawl district is providing shelter to 4,000 displaced people with the civil society organisation Young Mizo Association (YMA) setting up 12 relief camps. IN-DEPTH Population of Muslims in 2023 and their angst NETANYAHU HAS HIS WAY ON JUDICIARY he projected Muslim population in India in 2023 would be about 20 crore, 19.75 crore to be precise, the Lok Sabha was recently in- formed.This reflects an increase over the 14.2 percent of Muslims at the time of 2011 census. The country’s population is projected to be 138.82 crore in 2023. Important in Minority Affairs Minister Smriti Ira- ni’s written reply are the details about the socio-eco- nomic status of Muslims. The literacy rate among Muslims aged seven years and above, stands at 77.7 percent while participation in the labour force (for all ages) is 35.1 percent. There are grievances among Muslims regarding discrimination in the job market which forces them more towards self-employment where they account for 49 percent compared to 41 percent for Hindus in 2020-21. There is also a difference in their earnings. While Hindus are believed to earn on an average Rs 16,521 per month, the average monthly income of Muslims is only Rs 12,473 per month. T rime Minister Netanyahu has his way. Is- rael’s judiciary, which has been proving to be problematic for him, lost its bite after the Knesset passed a law that takes away the Supreme Court’s powers to strike down parliament’s deci- sions. The process of selecting judges has also been changed. Israel has been reeling under widespread protests against the subjugation of the judiciary. Op- position parties and the people of Israel are of the opinion that Netanyahu has brought in the changes to save his own skin. Yasir Lapid, the main opposi- tion leader, predict- ed, “We are heading for disaster.” Netanyahu is on trial for three corrup- tion charges. In the first case he and his wife are accused of accepting gifts from a Hollywood produc- er and an Australian billionaire in lieu of favours. The second case pertains to a deal Netanyahu struck with Yedioth Ahronoth, a daily newspaper in Israel, for legislative action against its rival in ex- change for favoura- ble coverage of the prime minister. The third case is also about granting fa- vours to a telecom company in return for positive media coverage on the company’s website. Netanyahu has pleaded not guilty to the charges of fraud, breach of trust and corruption. The trial began in 2020. Netanyahu’s critics fear that the bill passed on Monday could save him from conviction. The other part of the bill which allows the government to have more members on the committee which appoints judges could also lead to more friendly judges in the Supreme Courts. Independent judiciary, which is cru- cial for democracy, is an eyesore for many of the independently-elected governments. P Prime Minister Netanyahu has his way. Israel’s judiciary, which has been proving to be problematic for him, lost its bite after Knesset passed a law that takes away SC’s powers to strike down Parl’s decisions. The process of selecting judges has also been changed. Israel has been reeling under widespread protests against subjugation of judiciary Robin Roy The writer is Senior Journalist and former Managing Editor, First India W
  • 8. INDIA www.firstindia.co.in firstindia.co.in/epapers/jaipur thefirstindia thefirstindia thefirstindia 07 Jaipur, Wednesday | July 26, 2023 ON ITS VOYAGE TO MOON Chandrayaan-3 gets farther from the earth Agencies Chennai ndia’s moon- bound space- craft, Chan- drayaan-3, travelled fur- ther towards its destina- tion with the Indian space agency on Tues- day raising its orbit fur- ther for the fifth time. On August 1, the Chandrayaan-3 will take the ‘moon spaceway’ when the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) will guide it to the TransLunar Injection (TLI). On Tuesday, the ISRO said: “The orbit- raising maneuver (Earth- bound perigee firing) is performed successfully from ISTRAC/ISRO, Bengaluru. The space- craft is expected to attain an orbit of 127609 km x 236 km. The achieved orbit will be confirmed after the observations.” “The next firing, the TransLunar Injection (TLI), is planned forAu- gust 1, 2023, between 12 midnight and 1 am IST,” the ISRO said. The Chandrayaan-3 spacecraft was put into orbit on July 15, in a copybook style by In- dia’s heavy lift rocket LVM3. On the same day, the first orbit raising was done and the second orbit raising was carried out on July 17. The Chan- drayaan-3 spacecraft comprises a propulsion module (weighing 2,148 kg), a lander (1,723.89 kg), and a rover (26 kg), the ISRO said. The main object of the mission is to safely land the lander on the lunar soil. The lander will get separated from the pro- pulsion module a couple of days after it enters lu- nar orbit and is expected to make a soft-landing near the South Pole of the moon at 5.47 p.m. on August 23. The lander will de- scend to the moon from a height of about 100 km from the moon’s surface. I Yamuna’swaterlevelstill flowingabove‘dangermark’ PTI New Delhi The water level of theYa- muna river in Delhi fol- lowed a downward trend on Tuesday though it was still above the danger level of 205.33 metres. As per Central Water Commission, the water level at the Old Railway Bridge (ORB) stood at 205.4 metres at 12 noon. The river’s water level at the Old Railway Bridge has been hovering around the danger mark after reaching an all-time high of 208.66 metres on July 13 (Thursday). It breached the danger mark again on Sunday following a surge in wa- ter discharge from the Hathnikund barrage in Haryana after heavy rain in Uttarakhand Himachal Pradesh. The rise in the river’s water level is expected to impact the ongoing re- lief-and-rehabilitation work in the flood-affect- ed low-lying areas of the national capital, accord- ing to the officials. The rise may impact ongoing relief--rehabilitation work in NCR RAIN FURY ORANGE, RED ALERT FOR 7 STATES: IMD New Delhi: Light to moderate rains lashed parts of Delhi, Noida, and other NCR cities on Tuesday, while the IMD has issued a red and orange alert in seven states across the country. It is expected that heavy rains will continue to lash Himachal Pradesh, U’khand, Haryana, Chandi- garh, UP, Maharashtra and Rajasthan till July 26. CLOUDBURSTDAMAGES HOUSESINKULLU Shimla: A cloudburst in Gadsa valley of Himachal Pradesh’s Kullu district on Tuesday damaged some houses and agricultural land besides snapping the power supply lines. Two bridges have been washed away and the Bhuntar-Gadsa road has been damaged at several points, they said, adding that some heads of cattle may have died in the cloudburst. KONKAN REGION TO CONTINUE WITH RAINS New Delhi: The Konkan region has been seeing some intense weather activities as Monsoon has been ac- tive over the region. During the last 24 hours, Harnai recorded 62 mm of rains, Ratnagiri saw 50 mm rain, Alibag 30 mm. Mumbai, the city has had a bumper July in terms of rainfall activities. In last 24 hours, Santa Cruz recorded 56 mm of rain. IMDPREDICTSHEAVY RAINFALLINTELANGANA New Delhi: IMD on Tuesday predicted heavy rainfall in Telangana, Odisha and coastly Karnataka for the next 24 hours. In Telan- gana, it is expected to experience heavy rain for the next few days. Dakshina Kannada, Udupi, Uttara Kannada, Chikkamagaluru, Kodagu and Shivamogga districts will receive moder- ate to heavy spells of rain, accompanied by gusty winds, IMD said. WIDESPREADRAINS LIKELYINCOASTALAP Amaravati: Rainfall activity is likely to increase over parts of coastal Andhra Pradesh under the influence of a low pressure area formed in the Bay of Bengal which is expected to concentrate into a depression, the IMD said on Tuesday. Heavy rainfall is likely over parts of north and coastal Andhra in the next five days, it said. The low pressure area formed off north Andhra Pradesh and south Odisha coasts is likely to concentrate into a depres- sion in the next 24 hours. ONEKILLEDINACCIDENT ATCEMENTFACTORY Hyderabad: One worker was killed and some others feared trapped in an ac- cident at a cement factory in Telangana’s Suryapet district on Tuesday. The accident occurred at My Home Cement Factory in Mellacheruvu village when a concrete mixture being used for the construction of a multi-storey building col- lapsed on the workers. Government of Rajasthan Directorate of Economics and Statistics Yojana Bhawan, Tilak Marg, C-Scheme, Jaipur DIPR/C/10718/2023 Open Tender Notice Bid No : - A 04/2023-24/3017 Dt.18.07.2023 (For disposal of IT hardware and peripherals at office of the Directorate of Economics and Statistics, Rajasthan, Jaipur) This office invites sealed single stage two envelope unconditional open competitive bid for disposal of IT Hardware, Peripherals and used empty toner / cartridges etc. (As is where is and what is basis) of various make and models from the likely dealers/buyers in this trade and registered dealers under E-Waste Management with concerned authorities. Name of Tender UBN No NIB Code Estimated Book value Minimum Reserve Price for Auction Tender cost/ fee EMD Amt Date of publication of Tender Last date and time for submission of bids Disposal of IT Hardware, peripherals and used empty toner/ cartridges etc. of various make and models. ESD2324 GSOB00014 ESD2324 A0014 Rs. 92.35 Lacs Rs. 02.25 Lacs Rs. 500/- Rs. 50,000/- 19.07.2023 26.07.2023 1.00 PM Details may be seen in the bidding document available on the website of http://sppp.rajasthan.gov.in and our department website https://www.statistics.rajasthan.gov.in and may be download from these website. File No. DES/Store/IT Items/Disposal/2023-24/3017 Date : 18.07.2023 (Shakuntala Choudhary) Joint Director (Admn) In protest against Manipur violence... Thousandsonroadsin Mizoram,CMalsojoins PTI Aizawl Thousands of people demonstrated across Mi- zoram on Tuesday to ex- press solidarity with the Zo people in ethnic strife-torn Manipur. NGO Co-ordination Committee, a conglom- erate of five major civil society organisations in- cluding the Central Young Mizo Association (CYMA) and Mizo Zirlai Pawl (MZP), organised the rallies in different parts of the state, includ- ing capital Aizawl. Chief Minister Zo- ramthanga, Deputy CM Tawnluia, ministers, and MLAs of the state cutting across party lines took part in the massive pro- test rally in Aizawl. Thousands of common people joined them in the peaceful protest with placards and posters, de- crying the violence in the neighbouring state. The gathering in Aizawl was so huge that the city came to a stand- still with participants claiming that the state has not seen such a large dem- onstration in recent years. MANIPUR GOVT DIRECTS SECURITY AGENCIES TO PUSH BACK MYANMAR IMMIGRANTS New Delhi: The Manipur state govt has sought a detailed report from Assam Rifles Authority to clarify on the facts as to how 718 Myanmar nationals were allowed to enter into India in Chandel district without proper travel documents. The state govt has advised Assam Rifles to push back those illegal Myanmar nationals immediately. BSF SUSPENDS JAWAN FOR MOLESTING WOMAN Aizawl: The BSF has suspended a jawan on charges of molesting a local woman at a grocery store in restive Manipur, an official said on Tuesday. A CCTV video of head constable Satish Prasad, allegedly abusing the woman, was shared widely over social media. 6WAGONSWITHONIONS SENTTOMANIPUR New Delhi: The Cen- tral Railway has sent six wagons loaded with onions to Manipur from Manmad in Maharashtra’s Nashik district, a CR official said on Tuesday. The North- east Frontier Railway (NFR) sent the first goods trains carrying essential commodi- ties to north-eastern state. MP: Chopper carrying Chief Minister Chouhan develops snag, forces him to travel by road Cops accused of harassing woman activist’s family over filming in girls’ restrooms issue Bhopal: A helicopter carrying Madhya Pradesh CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan developed a technical snag, forcing him to travel to Seoni Malwa town by road from Bankhedi in Hoshangabad district on Tuesday. “I apologise to you for not reaching Seoni Malwa on time to be in your midst as the helicopter developed some technical snag at Bankhedi,” the CM said. Chouhan, who recorded the message while travelling in a car, said the ‘Jan Darshan’ programme in which he was supposed to take part stood cancelled due to the delay. Bengaluru: The police in Karnataka have been accused of harassing a woman activist’s family after she raised her voice against the incident of filming of Hindu girls by some Muslim female students in a college restroom. The opposition BJP and Hindu groups in the southern state have criticised the police for “harassing the activist instead of initiating action against the Muslim girls who recorded the objectionable videos”. A post of this has gone viral triggered a debate in the communally sensitive Karnataka region. 2inter-statefirearms traffickersnabbedby DelhiPoliceSpecialCell New Delhi: Two inter-state illegal firearms traffickers were held by a Special cell of Delhi Police on Tuesday. The Special Cell apprehend- ed 2 inter-state firearms traffickers recovered 12 semi-automatic pistols of .32 bore from the possession. Farmer earns about `2 crore in 15 days by selling tomatoes Medak: A farmer in in Telangana has earned nearly `2 crore during the last 15 days by selling his tomato crop. B Mahipal Reddy from Mohd Nagar village on Tuesday said tomatoes worth one crore rupees are yet to be harvested in his fields. CRUCIAL READ Bengal BJP MLA Bishnu Pada Roy dies at 61 Kolkata: BJP MLA from Dhupguri, Bishnu Pada Roy, who was suffering from lung infection for quite for some time, died at a state-run hospital here on Tuesday morning, officials said. Roy, who had arrived in Kolkata to take part in the monsoon session of the state assembly, was admitted to SSKM Hospital on Sunday after he complained of uneasi- ness, they said. “On Monday, he underwent surgery and his condition improved temporarily. But it again deteriorated at night and he passed away at 3 am on Tuesday,” a senior doctor told PTI. Leader of Opposition Suvendu Adhikari expressed grief over the death and extended condolences to Roy’s family members, friends and followers. Security forces neutralised 79 terrorists in last 2 years ANI New Delhi The security forces in Jammu and Kashmir have neutralized 79 Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) terrorists in the last two years, an official state- ment said on Tuesday. According to officials, at least 35 terrorists have been killed by security forces in joint operations in Jammu and Kashmir this year that includes 27 unidentified and five be- longing to The Resist- ance Front (TRF). “In the year 2022, a total of 129 terrorists in- cluding 93 local terror- ists and 36 foreign ter- rorists. Interestingly, there was only one uni- dentified terrorist in 2022, but in 2023, the figure of ‘unidentified’ rose to 27 till July,” an official said. Rao is on mission to repeat BJP govt in MP First India Bureau New Delhi Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) senior leader PMuralidhar Rao is ex- tremely active these days in view of the upcoming Madhya Pradesh assem- bly elections which are scheduled to be held later this year. Muralidhar Rao is establishing all permu- tations and combinations of every seat and taking feedback from the con- cerned persons. Rao’s ‘mission’is to ensure that BJP government is re- peated in Madhya Pradesh.Although Rao is from South India, but he has made a hold on every seat in Madhya Pradesh and has better coordina- tion with Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan and the ‘Sangh Parivar’ also trusts Rao. 2 killed in explosion at firecracker factory in TN's Virudhunagar Agencies Chennai Two workers died in an explosion at a firecracker manufacturing unit in Ta- mil Nadu’s Virudhunagar district on Tuesday. The Virudhunagar po- lice and fire rescue services reached the spot and conducted rescue op- erations. The identity of the workers was yet to be as- certained. Civil society organisations stage a protest to express solidarity with the Zo people in ethnic strife-torn Manipur, in Aizawl, on Tuesday. Cloudburst-triggered flash flood in Himachal Pradesh on Tuesday.
  • 9. THE ‘INSIDE’ STORY 14 days and counting of ‘Vanvaas’for 3 IAS! First India Bureau Jaipur new ‘problem’ has come to fore in the Secretari- at as three Secretaries of the State government do not have a room for them to work from as office. Secretary LSG Kailash Chand Meena, JS (Reve- nue) Balmukund Asawa and JS (Education) Harsh Sawan Sukha are roam- ing for the past 14 days for rooms. In the July 13 transfer list, these three officers have come to the Secretariat from outside, but no rooms are availa- ble for them. Due to this, Secretary LSG, KC Meena, is working from the office of Director, Local Self Government (DLB) which is located outside the Secretariat, in C- Scheme, as Director Hridesh Sharma has pro- vided his room. Whereas, both JSAsawa and Sukha are working from home. Knowledgeable sourc- es claim that such a short- age of rooms has never occurred in the past and this is also an interesting development that a Sec- retary is working from Directorate and not in Secretariat. DoPsources have clar- ified that half a dozen rooms have been allotted to political appointees, although these appoin- tees seldom come to their offices in Secretariat. Moreover, half a dozen large rooms previously allotted to Secretary level officers are under the ‘grip’ of junior officers. Owing to their ‘influ- ence’ these officers have got these big rooms allot- ted. Moreover, three Principal Secretaries, al- though sit in Corporation or Directorate, yet have rooms allotted in Secre- tariat. Getting a room va- cated is a difficult task. Now it remains to be seen when do these 3 IAS, who have been roaming for past 14 days, are allotted their rooms! A www.firstindia.co.in firstindia.co.in/epapers/jaipur thefirstindia thefirstindia thefirstindia Postal Reg No. JPC/004/2022-24 08 Jaipur, Wednesday | July 26, 2023 On Kargil Vijay Diwas, we remember the Indian soldiers martyred during the 1999 Kargil war and pay tribute to the Bravehearts due to whom we enjoy our freedom. Dr Jagdeesh Chandra, CEO Editor-in-Chief, First India 60newpostscreatedinNursing CollegeunderRUHSinJaipur With this decision of the Chief Minister, academic and administrative work in the College will be conducted more smoothly First India Bureau Jaipur Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot has taken an im- portant decision in the direction of promoting medical education in the State. He has approved the proposal to create 60 new posts in the Nursing College run under Ra- jasthan University of Health Sciences (RUHS). With this approval, one post each of Princi- pal cum Professor, Vice Principal cum Professor, 2 of Professor, 5 of As- sociate Professor, 9 of Assistant Professor and 28 posts of Nursing Tutor will be created in aca- demic posts. Additional- ly 2 posts each of Assis- tant Section Officer, Hos- tel Warden, SeniorAssis- tant and JuniorAssistant, Personal Assistant, As- sistant Accounts Officer Grade-2 and 1-1 of Li- brarian and 3 posts of as- sistant staff will be cre- ated. With this decision of the Chief Minister, aca- demic and administrative work in the college will be conducted more smoothly. 15 MINORITY BOYS/GIRLS GOVT RESIDENTIAL SCHOOLS SOON Government Minority residential schools will be run at 15 places in Raj to provide free residen- tial education facilities to students of minority communities. CM Gehlot has approved a financial proposal of Rs 120 crore. With the approval, Ramgarh in Alwar, Nagar in Bharatpur, Ramzan ki Gafan (Chauhtan) in Barmer and Sedwa and Sarwad in Ajmer for girls, Jodhpur, Jhunjhunu, Kota, Tonk, Bikaner, Sikar, Pahadi and Kaman in Bharatpur, Jetdasar (Baap) in Jodhpur, Nachana (Pokaran) in Jaisalmer will become government minority residential schools for boys in Jaisalmer. Rs 8 cr will be spent on construction of each school. The school will have a capacity of 100 students extra stu- dents will be admitted as day-scholars. RS 173.45 CR FOR ELEVATED ROAD OVER DRAIN IN SAWAI MADHOPUR Elevated road will be constructed on Latiya drain in Sawai Madhopur district. For this, CM Ashok Gehlot has approved a financial proposal of Rs 173.45 crore. With this decision, a 2-lane elevated road of 2.71 km length will be built from Ra- jbagh to Gopalji Mandir. This will make it easier for the people to travel. It is noteworthy that the budget of 2023-24 was announced by the Chief Minister in this regard. 3 NEW GOVERNMENT GIRLS COLLEGES TO BE OPENED IN RAJ New Government Girls Colleges will be opened at Salumbar in Udaipur district, Sambhar in Jaipur district and Kapasan in Chit- torgarh district. Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot has given financial sanction of Rs 13.50 crore for the construction of these buildings. Along with this, the proposal for creation of 63 new posts has been approved for operation. 21 new posts will be created in each college which will include one post each of Principal, Librarian, Physical Teacher, Assis- tant Accounts Officer-I, Additional Administrative Officer, Informa- tion Assistant, Senior Assistant, Laboratory Assistant, Laboratory Bearer, Book Lifter, seven posts of Assistant Professor two posts each of Junior Assistant Class IV employee will be created. CM Gehlot’s Approvals Ensureuninterrupted power supply: Bhati Vikas Sharma Jaipur Energy Minister Bhanwar Singh Bhati directed of- ficials to ensure uninter- rupted power supply without tripping to all power consumers. Bhati reviewed in de- tail various works includ- ing the status of power supply atVidyut Bhawan. While reviewing the situ- ation of power generation in Raj, he directed that all power generation units should be operated smoothly at the earliest power generation units closed due to mainte- nance should be restarted at the earliest. Bhati said that pending connections of domestic agriculture category shouldbereleasedsoon complaints of consumers should be redressed im- mediately. Principal Secretary En- ergy and Discom Presi- dent Bhaskar A Sawant, Chairman MD of Ra- jasthan State Electricity Transmission Corpora- tion Ashutosh AT Ped- nekar, Energy Advisor AK Gupta, Managing Di- rector of Jaipur Discom RK Kumawat, Managing DirectorofEnergyDevel- opment Corporation MM Rinwa and other senior officers were present in the meeting. First India Bureau Sikar A foot march was taken out by district Congress in protest against the pro- posed visit of P M Modi to Sikar on July 27. The march was taken out from Jat Bazar to Collectorate. Party work- ers also waved black flags. They protested at Collectorate shouted slogans against Modi government. Cong Dist Prez Sunita Gathala said that PM Modi should speak on Manipur vio- lence give answer to the public. BJP workers also protested and raised slogans against Congress govt. The stir led to a long jam on the road. Dr Rituraj Sharma Jaipur Eight RPS will become IPS after August 3. For this, there will be a board meeting in UPSC in Del- hi on August 3, wherein, the names of possible contenders for 9 vacant posts of selection through promotion will be con- sidered. Among possible con- tenders are Satyapal Mirdha, who won’t get promoted to IPS. While contenders for other 8 posts are Krishnachand Yadav, Laxman Das, RK Yadav, HP Meena, RK Kanwat, NS Meena RK Meena. In the case of RPS Ramesh Maurya, his name was also includ- ed after matter related to him has now been solved. A total of 27 names have been sent against 9 vacant posts to the UPSC. Notably, board meeting onAugust 3 will be attended by CS Usha Sharma, Principal Secy Anand Kumar and DGP Umesh Mishra. First India Bureau Jhunjhunu After CM Gehlot sacked Minister and Udaipur- wati MLA Rajendra Sin- gh Gudha from the Coun- cil of Ministers, now the government’s surgical strike has started on his supporters. The first at- tack has befallen Ramni- was Saini, Chairman of Udaipurwati municipali- ty who was suspended by Dept of Autonomous Governance on Tuesday. DLB Director Hridesh Kumar Sharma has is- sued an order suspending Chairman Ramniwas Saini not only from the post of Chairman but also as Municipal Member. There has been a stir among Gudha’s support- ers. Meanwhile, Gudha started the Nari Samman Yatra from Tuesday. On the other hand, Saini’s suspension orders were issued from Jaipur in the evening. In political cir- cles, this action is being linked to Gudha’s action. First India Bureau Jaipur Rajasthan has acquired fourth position in the country by providing a total of 5.40 lakh water connections in current financial year so far un- der Jal Jeevan Mission. Along with this, the State is second in country by spending Rs 17, 578 crore in JJM. In the pre- sent fiscal year so far, Rs 2,902 cr has been spent. It was informed in a review meeting of JJM chaired by ACS PHED Dr Subodh Agarwal on Tuesday that 44.49 lakh water connections have been issued so far under the Mission. Agarwal di- rected to increase the pace of issuing water connections for con- tinuous review at Execu- tive Engineer level. The ACS directed to review the progress of FHTCs by doing separate VCs of different regions and in- creasing the number of FHTCs especially in Udaipur, Banswara and Dungarpur districts. A ‘New’ Beginning... The newly appointed State President of Mahila Congress, Rakhi Gautam calls upon CM Ashok Gehlot at Chief Minister’s Residence in Jaipur on Tuesday. Gautam was accompanied by her family. She expressed her gratitude to the CM for being assigned with the new responsibility. PCC Chief Govind Singh Dotasra congratulates and extends his best wishes to Rakhi Gautam for her new role as she calls upon him as well at his residence in Jaipur. Also seen is Prashant Bairwa. First India Bureau Kota The Haath Se Haath Jodo campaign started once again from Tuesday un- der the leadership of UDH Minister Shanti Dhariwal. On the very first day of the Padyatra, Dhariwal, while giving a big gift to the people of Parkota area, inaugurated the state-of-the-art Com- munity Centre construct- ed by the Municipal Cor- poration at a cost of Rs 2 crore in Ward No. 55 and dedicated it to the people of the area. During this, Dhariwal said that the need for a large community build- ing was being felt in the Parkota area and accord- ing to the demand of the residents of the area, a Community Centre with state-of-the-art facilities has been developed where the people of the area will be able to or- ganise various social and other programmes. Shanti Dhariwal dedicates Community Centre worth `2 crore to residents of Kota Cong holds foot march in Sikar ahead of PM’s visit 8 RPS to be promoted to IPS after UPSC’s meet on Aug 3 Udaipurwati municipal chief Saini suspended Rajbags4th positioninnationby providing5.40LFHTCsunderJJM Shanti Dhariwal inaugurates a Community Centre at Gadikhana area in Kota on Tuesday. Also seen are Amit Dhariwal, Ravindra Tyagi, Pankaj Mehta, Manju Mehra, Neva Lal Gurjar others. Dr Subodh Agarwal chairs a review meeting of JJM at Jal Bhawan in Jaipur on Tuesday. Also seen are Avichal Chaturvedi, RK Meena, Dinesh Goyal, Daleep Gaur and Neeraj Mathur. Rajendra Rathore takes stock of various preparations and chairs a meet of BJP workers of Nawalgarh Udaipurwati at Hukumgarh Palace in Chirana on Tuesday ahead of PM Modi’s Sikar visit on July 27. Congress workers carry out a foot march as a mark of protest in Sikar on Tuesday. Half a dozen rooms have been allotted to political appointees, although these appointees seldom come to their offices in Secretariat ‘Haath Se Haath Jodo’ drive also commenced under Min’s leadership BS Bhati chairs a review meeting of high officials of Power Department at Vidyut Bhawan in Jaipur on Tuesday. Bhaskar A Sawant, Ashutosh AT Pednekar, RK Sharma, AK Gupta, RN Kumawat, MM Rinwa, Narendra Suvalka and others are seen. PM TO VIRTUALLY INAUGURATE MED COLLEGES MANDAVIYA, SP BAGHEL TO ATTEND PM’S EVENT PM Modi will virtually inaugurate lay the founda- tion stones of Medical Colleges in Bundi, Sawai Madhopur, Karauli, Jhunjhunu, Baran, Tonk Jaisalmer, on July 27. He will inaugurate Medical Colleges in Chittorgarh, Sirohi, Dhaulpur, Sriganganagar Sikar. CM Ashok Gehlot is also expected to join virtually. Principal Secy of Medical Edu Dept, T Ravikant, has directed Collec- tors and CMOs concerned to make arrangements. Union Health Minister Mansukh Mandaviya will reach Jaipur airport today from Lucknow. He will depart for Sikar’s Lohia Resort, where he will spend the night. On July 27, he will attend PM Modi’s event. There is also a program for launch of Sulfur Coated Urea. Union MoS for Health, Prof SP Singh Baghel will reach Bojunda on July 27 attend Medical College inauguration.
  • 10. City First brings you insider tips towards seamlessly blending athletic pieces with your everyday wardrobe, you can create versatile pairs and collections that not only make you look fabulous but also support your active and frantic lifestyle! JAIPUR, WEDNESDAY | JULY 26, 2023 Glamour | Fashion | Bollywood | Hollywood | Lifestyle SONAM KAPOOR’S COMEBACK onam is gearing up to return to the movies very soon. Sonam recently revealed that she wishes to do two projects every year and that she would like to act in commercial films and family entertainers. P11 S 09 firstindia.co.in firstindia.co.in/epapers/jaipur thefirstindia thefirstindia thefirstindia one are the days when workout at- tire was sole- ly reserved for the gym. Today, incor- porating workout fashion into your daily life has be- come a trendy and comfort- able way to express your personal style while em- bracing an active lifestyle. Workout, also known as exercise or physical activity, is any planned and struc- tured move- ment of the body that aims to im- prove or maintain physical f i t n e s s and overall health. Exercise has its own benefits to one’s body and mind but the en- semble that is worn on the outside can showcase what you truly are on the inside. So, let’s dive right into the ways we can spice up our fitness fits. First and fore- most, comfort is the key. While focusing on fash- ion, never compromise on comfort. Opt for workout clothing made from breath- able, moisture-wicking fab- rics that allow freedom of movement. Look for stretchy materials that offer flexibility and support. When you feel comfortable, it enhances your confidence and makes your daily ac- tivities more enjoyable. Secondly, sneakers or shoes. These make a bold statement whenever it comes to wrapping up any outfit. Sneakers have transi- tioned from being just workout shoes to fashion- forward statement pieces. Invest in a few versatile pairs that can complement various outfits. Opt for clas- sic white sneakers for a clean and minimalist look or experiment with bold colours and patterns to add a pop of excitement to your ensemble. Now, let’s talk about the trick that can be twitched whenever and wherever needed, which is to play with color schemes and pat- terns. Don’t be afraid to ex- periment with vibrant colors and bold patterns. Mix and match different pieces to create eye-catching and en- ergetic ensembles. Incorpo- rate patterned leggings, colour-blocked tops or statement sports bras to add flair to your workout-in- spired looks. Even cycling shorts with various patterns can make a declaration these days. So, go all out when it comes to creating any outfit. Just remember, incorporating workout fash- ion into your daily life is all about finding the right bal- ance between comfort, cre- ativity and style. So, step out in elegance and let your workout fashion be a reflec- tion of your vibrant and dy- namic personality. SweatinStyle G Ishita Anand cityfirst@firstindia.co.in
  • 11. he beauty and wellness industry in India has been growing at a rap- id pace over the past few years. With increasing awareness about the importance of self-care, people are now more interested in invest- ing in beauty and wellness products and services.This has led to a surge in demand for skilled professionals in the beauty and wellness industry, which in turn has given rise to the need for quality education and training programs in this sector. The Beauty and Wellness indus- try of India offers unparalleled po- tential in terms of employment generation and overseas place- ments. Realising the vast opportu- nity and huge challenge, the gov- ernment has already initiated sev- eral initiatives through ‘The Beau- ty and Wellness Sector Skill Coun- cil (BWSSC)’ in terms of creat- ing relevant content and curricula, information databases, delivery systems, standardization of accred- itation and certification process, setting up industry-aligned infra- structure etc. To further develop and nurture the desired skills ecosystem in the beauty and wellness sector for eco- nomic growth and social develop- ment, the following are the recom- mendations with an overview of its future, challenges and solutions. Some possible ways in which the future of beauty and wellness edu- cation in India could shape are: As the beauty and wellness in- dustry continues to grow, there is a greater need for professionals who possess a diverse range of skills.To keep up with the changing trends, educational institutions are likely to place a greater emphasis on skill- based education. This could mean that students will be exposed to a wider range of practical training methods, such as hands-on intern- ships and apprenticeships. In addi- tion, collaborations with industry experts may become more com- mon, allowing students to learn directly from those who are already established in the field. Further- more, the use of advanced technol- ogy and equipment is also likely to play a larger role in beauty and wellness education programs. Integration of digital learning: The COVID-19 pandemic has ac- celerated the shift towards online learning, and beauty and wellness education is no exception. In the future, we could see more online courses, webinars, and virtual classrooms being offered to stu- dents. This could make education more accessible and flexible, while also allowing for greater collabora- tion and interaction between stu- dents and teachers. Emphasis on sustainability and ethical practices:As consumers be- come more conscious of their im- pact on the environment and soci- ety, there is likely to be a greater emphasis on sustainability and ethical practices in the beauty and wellness industry. CHALLENGES IN BEAUTY WELLNESS EDUCATION IN INDIA Lack of standardization One of the biggest challenges in beauty and wellness educa- tion in India is the lack of standardiza- tion in the curricu- lum. This leads to a variation in the qual- ity of education pro- vided across different institutes. Limited resources Another challenge faced by the in- dustry is the lim- ited resources available for training. Many institutes do not have access to the latest technology and equipment, which can hinder the quality of education provided. Perception of the industry The beauty and wellness industry is often viewed as a low-paying and low-status career option. This perception needs to change to at- tract more students to the field and provide them with better career prospects. Lack of skilled trainers The shortage of skilled trainers is another challenge faced by the in- dustry. Many institutes struggle to find trainers who have the neces- sary skills and experience to pro- vide quality education. To overcome these challenges, the industry needs to work towards standardizing the curriculum, pro- viding better resources for training, promoting the industry as a viable career option, and investing in training programs to produce more skilled trainers. SOLUTIONS RECOMMENDATIONS: Rationalise course curricula in the beauty and wellness sec- tor with more focus towards industry exposure.As the coun- try’s beauty and wellness indus- try is gradually shifting towards becoming more organised, pro- fessionals in the sector should be informed about the need for fol- lowing professional standards in their services, seek formal indus- try-specific qualifications and cer- tification by respectable organiza- tions, as well as improve their ex- isting qualifications through access to higher education and research. To provide candidates with hands- on practical training and make them employable and future-ready, the job-related mix of classroom/ lab and workshop/ OJT could be revisited to 10:20:70 from the cur- rent 20:60:20 mix for job roles in the beauty and wellness sector.The industry’s involvement at this level will also strengthen the industry- academia connection and can move away from the trend of cap- tive skilling by a few industry play- ers to the industry’s contribution to skilling initiatives for the sector at large. Incorporating an element of extensive internship/ apprentice- ship/ OJT opportunities for the candidates would help them in gaining work ex- perience and a practical under- standing of the work. The lack of employer-led apprenticeship standards and career pathways in the sector results in lower demand from organisations to provide in- ternship opportunities, there- by barring many students from availing of this learning oppor- tunity. Accordingly, academic pathways should be created for apprentices, where apprentices can earn an advanced diploma/ certificate using the credit-based system in the sector. The credibil- ity of apprenticeship certificates should also be enhanced, through well-established and qualified third-party assessments. This will further help in strengthening the TVET ecosystem within the sec- tor and making the sector more aspirational among the country’s youth. Enable early introduction of beauty and wellness courses in schools As our current education systems emphasise knowledge-oriented training based on rote learning, rather than practical and experien- tial learning of what a student could perform in real life using his/ her mind and hand, it is necessary to orient our students in school to- wards vocational education as an alternative career choice. The ab- sence of such practical and experi- ential learning thwarts the process of innovation, imagination, and creativity among the learners, leav- ing the children bereft of any nec- essary knowledge or skills for what awaits them in the future – the un- certain and ever-evolving world of work. NEP 2020 calls for the inte- gration of vocational education with mainstream education. The aim would be to ex- pose 50 per cent of the learners in K12 and PG to vocational skills by 2025 and 100 per cent by 2030. In this regard, schools can play an im- portant role in disseminating awareness about career paths to students, should they choose to take up vocational courses. Entrepreneurship development and facilitation support for beauty and wellness industries Industry interactions have high- lighted that while more than 50 per cent of vocational pass-outs in the beauty and wellness sector opt for self- employment, there is also a noticeable tendency among the people working in the sector to start their enterprises as soon as they have acquired a few years of indus- try experience. Such entrepreneurs in the sector would need a vibrant support system to sustain their businesses, foster entrepreneur- ship, and support higher levels of innovation and employment generation in the beauty and wellness industry.While it is necessary to take many ini- tiatives in this regard, the most signifi- cant first step is to formal- ize their businesses through appro- priate registrations to obtain a legal identity and link them with mentors, net- working plat- forms and loans. Gov- ernments play a key role in developing an enabling reg- ulatory envi- ronment to un- leash the poten- tial of entrepre- neurship within any nation. By reform- ing their policies, laws and regulations, the government must ensure that entrepreneurial activities are facilitated by an eco- system for entrepreneurship educa- tion and development. In addition to this, entrepreneur- ship development in the sector could be further bolstered by de- signing an entrepreneurship devel- opment roadmap with the ethos of ‘Aatma Nirbhar Bharat Abhiyaan; which would have elements of coaching from national and inter- national practitioners in the sector, capacity building through relevant skills training programs, platform to access market linkages, selection of right service-mix, customer seg- mentation techniques, hand-hold- ing such entrepreneurs in times of necessity to cope with vagaries of business, among many others. ITIs/ training pro- viders will be en- couraged to in- troduce Micro- Entrepreneur- ship Develop- ment Pro- g r a m m e s (MEDP)under which the insti- tutes can help such trainees in designing, launch- ing and running their venture/start-up after their training is over or dur- ing the training period itself. Promote Recognition of Prior Learning(RPL)forinformalwork- ers in the sector with significant industry experience As already highlighted, more than 60 per cent of the workforce in the beauty and wellness industry of the country are school dropouts with minimal or no access to even voca- tional education. Many of these work in the unorganised sector, where, despite possessing the re- quired skills in varying degrees of competencies, skill levels are high- ly underreported.Asignificant pro- portion of learning for such a work- force happens on the job, which is difficult to quantify and certify. While candidates with industry- specific skilling and certifications have been able to gain skill premi- ums, workers without formal certi- fication of skills are often deprived of a wage premium despite equiva- lent or even better skills standards. Your Page JAIPUR, WEDNESDAY | JULY 26, 2023 firstindia.co.in firstindia.co.in/epapers/jaipur thefirstindia thefirstindia thefirstindia 10 The future of BEAUTY WELLNESS Education T Monica Bahl CEO, of Beauty Wellness Sector Skill Council standardizing the curriculum, pro- viding better resources for training, promoting the industry as a viable career option, and investing in training programs to produce more becoming more organised, pro- fessionals in the sector should be informed about the need for fol- lowing professional standards in their services, seek formal indus- try-specific qualifications and cer- tification by respectable organiza- tions, as well as improve their ex- gaining work ex- mentation techniques, hand-hold- ing such entrepreneurs in times of necessity to cope with vagaries of business, among many others. ITIs/ training pro- viders will be en- couraged to in- tutes can help such trainees in designing, launch- ing and running their venture/start-up after their training is over or dur- ing the training period itself. perience and a practical under- by barring many students from availing of this learning oppor- tunity. Accordingly, academic pathways should be created for apprentices, where apprentices can earn an advanced diploma/ certificate using the credit-based system in the sector. The credibil- sector opt for self- employment, there is also a
  • 12. ollywood star Alia Bhatt has been a fash- ion icon known for her impeccable style and trendsetting choices. Among her fashion favourites, the saree has been a consistent go-to option for making a statement for her on various occasions. Lately, she has been leaving everyone in awe with her constant saree su- premacy during the promo- tions of her upcoming movie featuring Ran- veer Singh, titled 'Rocky And Rani Ki Prem Kahaani,' and we’re obsessed with how indescribably beautiful she looks, don't you agree? Re- cently, the Heart Of Stone actress stole the limelight once again by donning a gorgeous dual-toned red and pink saree designed by the renowned Indian fashion designer Man- ish Malhotra. The combination of vibrant colors and intricate craftsmanship showcased Alia’s eternal charm and elegance, leaving fashion enthusi- asts in awe. n the daz- zling world of fashion and glamour, Tara Sutaria, the rising Bollywood star, has once again stolen the limelight with her ethe- real appearance in an angelic and unparalleled white gown. The gor- geous actress has con- sistently proven herself as a true style icon, and her recent appearance in a cocktail gown during her ongoing vacation in Dubai, at Atlantis The Royal Hotel, only reaf- firms her status as a fashion inspiration. Tara Sutaria's choice of attire for the evening meal was nothing short of di- vine. The alluring white gown gracefully em- braced her figure, ac- centuating her beauty and sophistication. The gown's design was a fine blend of con- temporary chic and clas- sic grace, making it an ideal outfit for those who wish to make a memorable statement at a cocktail event. The frilly fabric on the sleeves added a touch of sensuality, while the flowing silhouette gave a dreamy, al- most fairy-tale- like aura toTara's appearance. n the world of glitz and glam- our, fashion- forward celeb- rities are continuously pushing the boundaries of style, setting new trends that leave us in awe. One such starlet who recently stole the spotlight with her breathtaking outfit is none other than the talented Amy Jackson. On a star- studded evening, the Brit- ish beauty graced the red carpet in a fashion ensem- ble that exuded confi- dence, elegance, and a touch of daring allure. Amy paired a striking black sheer bodysuit with pants, accentuated by del- icate lace gloves, all me- ticulously crafted by the renowned fashion design- er, David Koma along with gorgeous accessories from Tuula Jewellery. To complement the boldness of the sheer bod- ysuit, Amy Jackson opted for chic pants that added an element of sophistica- tion to the ensemble. She completed this elegant outfit with black calf- length boots from Public Desire. The choice of black for everything, the bodysuit, pants, and boots demonstrated the ac- tress’s keen eye for mono- chromatic elegance, fur- ther elevating the outfit’s allure. A true fashion icon knows that the smallest de- tails can make the biggest impact. onam Kapoor was last seen on the big screen in the film The Zoya Factor, which released in 2019. Sonam gave birth to her and her husband Anand Ahuja’s first child in 2022. The actress had taken a break from acting due to her pregnancy and motherly duties. Now, Sonam is gearing up to return to the movies very soon. Sonam has recently revealed that she wishes to do two projects every year and that she would like to act in commercial films and family entertainers for her comeback. Sonam also added that she wants to do two movies per year with scripts that would appeal to family audi- ences. She said, “I’m looking to do two projects year on year from here on and I’m going to look for scripts that are hugely entertaining engaging. I’m being drawn to subjects that appeal to a wider audience segment so that we can enjoy movies as a family, as a community.” Bolly To Holly JAIPUR, WEDNESDAY | JULY 26, 2023 firstindia.co.in firstindia.co.in/epapers/jaipur thefirstindia thefirstindia thefirstindia 11 n the ever- e v o l v i n g world of f a s h i o n , there's one name that consistently stands out as a beacon of versatil- ity – Kylie Jenner. From her humble be- ginnings to her current status as a global influ- encer, Kylie has prov- en time and again that she is an unparalleled force when it comes to embracing diverse fashion aesthetics. With her fearless and audacious fashion choices, she serves as a true fashion dynamo, igniting inspiration and setting trends for mil- lions around the globe. Kylie has proven time and again that she reigns supreme when it comes to pushing fash- ion boundaries. With each ensemble, she inspires us to em- brace our style, fear- lessly experiment, and evolve our fashion choices. So, let's take a page from Kylie's fash- ion book and embark on our style journeys. Are you ready to un- leash your inner fash- ion chameleon and make a statement that's uniquely you? elena Gomez and Jus- tin Bieber were once a power couple of the music industry, who were in an on-and-off rela- tionship from 2010 to 2018. Even today some loyal fans wish that the duo should have mar- ried each other and keep posting their old pictures. Justin’s por- trait of his ex-girlfriend Selena on wrist is perhaps one of his most popular tattoos. The said tattoo was inspired by her Elle mag- azine photoshoot with added angel wings. Since then Justin has also tried to have the face altered. Besides that Justin also has a rose with a faint S tattoo on his neck. It also seems to be for his former flame as the Rare Beauty founder loves roses. Bieber revealed that he tried to cover up this tattoo by shad- ing Gomez’s face but people still know. Couple of years later he also posted and said, ‘Over a hundred hours of hard work on my body and I wouldn’t take back a single one. I absolutely love art and I've made my body a canvas and it’s so much fun’. SonamKapoor'scomeback S I Tara is a vision Amy slays in black I Alia Bhatt's candy-toned look B Selena Gomez's tattoo S QUEEN OF VERSATILITY I Sonam Kapoor Selena Gomez Kylie Jenner Her post... Her post... Tara Sutaria Alia Bhatt Amy Jackson Her post...