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Jaipur, Sunday | July 30, 2023
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RNI NUMBER: RAJENG/2019/77764 | VOL 5 | ISSUE NO. 54 | PAGES 12 | `3.00 Rajasthan’s Own English Newspaper
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IN BRIEF
IN ends ‘colonial legacy’
of carrying batons
New Delhi: Indian Navy
on Saturday said it would
end colonial legacy of
carrying batons with
‘immediate effect’. It has
now instructed that a
ceremonial baton be
placed in office of head of
every unit, which will be
handed over within office.
8 die in cracker unit blast
in TN; PM announces aid
Krishnagiri: 8 people,
including 3 women, were
killed in an explosion at a
firecracker unit in TN’s
Krishnagiri on Saturday.
PM Modi condoled loss of
lives in the accident and
announced an ex-gratia of
`2 lakh each to the kin of
deceased from PMNRF.
TN commentator held
for remarks on SC, CJI
Chennai: Political
commentator, publisher
Badri Seshadri arrested
from Chennai residence
early on Saturday over
remarks on the Supreme
Court and Chief Justice of
India DY Chandrachud in
connection with the
Manipur violence.
Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla
at Annual Zone III Conference
of the CPA at the Meghalaya
Legislative Assembly in
Shillong on Saturday.  P5
G20’S C-20 SUMMIT BEGINS
WORLDISABIG
FAMILY:AMMA
Mata Amritanandamayi Devi ‘Amma’, Rajnath Singh and Shakuntala Rawat lighting lamp in presence
of Amritaswarupananda Puri, Ramcharan Bohra, Vijay Nambiar, Ah Maftuchan and others during the
inaugural ceremony of C20 summit at Clarks Amer in Jaipur on Saturday.  SANTOSH SHARMA
Dr Rituraj Sharma,
Shivendra Parmar,
Moni Sharma  Mitali Dusad
Jaipur
The Summit of Civil 20
(C20), one of the official
Engagement Groups of
the G20, was inaugurated
at hotel Clarks Amer in
Jaipur on Saturday.
The main highlights of
the Jaipur C20 summit is
the release of the C20
Policy Pack and the C20
Communique — C20’s
policy recommendations
developed by 16Working
Groups after extensive
discussions with civil-
society organisations and
policymakers worldwide.
These important docu-
mentswillbehandedover
to the G20 Secretariat.
Addressing the dele-
gates at the inaugural
event, Sri Mata Amritan-
andamayi Devi, Chair,
C20 said, “A total of
2,00,000 people from
around the world partici-
pated in our online, hy-
brid, and physical discus-
sions, seminars, and con-
ferences. Perhaps, C20
India can claim credit for
bringing in the largest
number of participants
andconferencesinthehis-
tory of C20 since its in-
ception 10 years ago.”
A robust and
enlightened Civil
society is essential
for a functioning
democracy. It
enables citizens to
engage in dialogues
for nat’l objectives.
RAJNATH SINGH,
DEFENCE MINISTER
Monsoon's fury
sours weekend
for Jaipurities
Ziauddin Khan
Jaipur
Incessant rainfall hit nor-
mal life in Jaipur where
many areas faced water-
logging on Saturday.
Rains have been pound-
ing the district since Fri-
day night, leaving many
areas around Sikar Road
andJalMahalsubmerged.
People faced problems
due to accumulation of
water in many other low-
lying areas and roads.
Rainwater entered the
basement of the govern-
ment hospital in Gangau-
ri Bazar. Waterlogging
led to traffic jams on sev-
eral roads including the
Jpr-Ajmer highway. P2
Educate to Elevate!
Guided by vision of the PM, NEP 2020 was launched with a view
to groom youth, prepare them for leading nation in Amrit Kaal
PM Narendra Modi taking a walkthrough of exhibition and
pampering kids during inauguration of Akhil Bhartiya Shiksha
Samagam at Bharat Mandapam in Pragati Maidan on Saturday.
First India Bureau
New Delhi
PM Narendra Modi inau-
gurated an educational
convention titled the
Akhil Bhartiya Shiksha
Samagam at the Bharat
Mandapam in Delhi on
Saturday, which coin-
cided with 3rd anniver-
sary of National Educa-
tion Policy 2020.
Addressing gathering,
PM Modi said National
Education Policy was go-
ing to give a new direc-
tion to 21st Century India
and we are becoming part
of a moment that is lay-
ing foundation for build-
ing future of our country.
People of Rajasthan will bless
BJP in upcoming polls: Nadda
Naresh Sharma
Jaipur
BJP National President
JP Nadda on Saturday
held a series of meetings
at State BJP Headquar-
ters. After holding talks,
Nadda said, “The people
of Rajasthan will bless
the BJP in coming as-
sembly polls. “The dark
deeds of Congress lead-
ers are in red diary. Ra-
jasthan is known as land
of peace and rituals, but
for last few years, Cong
has spoiled situation of
Rajasthan. Farmers are
feeling helpless  cheat-
ed,” added Nadda.  P8
JP Nadda seeks blessings of Moti Dungri Ganeshji on Saturday.
Also seen here are Kailash Choudhary, CP Joshi, Vijaya Rahatkar,
Mahant Kailash Sharma and others.  SUNIL SHARMA
BJP rejigs team,
ex-AMU V-C
among new VPs
First India Bureau
New Delhi
JP Nadda on Saturday re-
vamped his team. In all,
his team of office-bearers
now has 13 VPs, 9 gen-
eral secretaries  13 sec-
retaries. The major in-
ductees include Bandi
Sanjay Kumar as general
secretary and former Ali-
garh Muslim University
V-C Tariq Mansoor is ap-
pointed asVP.  P5  P8
RAJASTHAN
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Jaipur, Sunday | July 30, 2023
LAND FERTILITY VS INDUSTRIALISATION
Villagers protest against Oil company’s waste
Mukesh Mathrani
Barmer
undreds of vil-
lagers in Ra-
jasthan’s Bar-
mer district are staging a
protest to save the land
fertility in the region
which is getting damaged
due to the hazardous
chemicals and contami-
nated waste mud which is
being released by the oil
company, working in the
area. Villagers claimed
that they have been fac-
ing the situation for the
past four-five years but
with each passing day it
is constantly increasing
and at present the situa-
tion is that hazardous
chemicals have started
polluting the irrigation
water.
Villagers said that the
company discharged the
contaminated waste mud
containing hazardous
chemicals into the land
by pressure pump ma-
chines inside the waste
pits located near the oil
wells. Due to this, the ir-
rigation water from tube
wells is getting spoiled
which further is not only
affecting the land fertility
but also damaging the
ready crops. Locals from
more than a dozen villag-
ers have been staging a
protest for the past one
week and now they have
announced that if their is-
sue has not been ad-
dressed, they will inten-
sify their protest and cre-
ate hurdles in the com-
pany operations.
Trilokaram Choud-
hary, Sarpanch of Khanji
Ka Tala panchayat, said
that many times they ap-
proached the Cairn Oil
and Gas company offi-
cials and requested them
to take note. Choudhary
said that whenever they
met the authorities, they
blamed them for inter-
rupting industrial devel-
opment in the area.
Ziauddin Khan
Jaipur
Very heavy rainfall oc-
curred at some places in
eastern Rajasthan during
the 24-hour period till Sat-
urday morning. Jaipur re-
corded a maximum of 16
cm rainfall, followed by
Lalsot in Dausa which re-
ceived 12 cm rainfall.
Bhim, Atru, Neem ka
Thana recorded 9, 8 and 7
cm rainfall, respectively.
Minister Pratap Singh
Khachariyawas visited
several rains-hit areas
and gave necessary di-
rections to officials.
SDRF teams were alert
and engaged in rescue
and relief works in differ-
ent areas. “Due to new
circulation system, there
is a strong possibility of
heavy rainfall in Bharat-
pur and Jaipur divisions,”
weather department said.
First India Bureau
Jaipur
A woman has registered
a complaint against her
husband and brother-in-
law in Jhotwara police
station here for raping
her and forcing her into
flesh trade.
The 39-year-old vic-
tim said that in order to
repay the debts, her hus-
band forced her to sleep
with people he borrowed
money from. She was
even assaulted for pro-
testing and trying to
leave the house.
Locals protesting in Barmer on Friday.
Several streets got waterlogged after a bout of rains on Saturday.
A wall collapsed at Yadav colony in Jaipur after rain on Saturday.
Traffic jams were scene at several places after heavy rain in Jaipur.
Company officials are
not accepting
villagers’ claims.
They said that they
have examined the
issue and there is no
connection between
oil extraction and
water pollution
H
Heavy rainfall warning in Jaipur, Bharatpur districts. SDRF teams on alert, relief operations underway
THE MONSOON MADNESS
JAIPURITESWAKEUPTO‘JAL-PUR’
LABOURER DIES AFTER
HEAP OF MUD CAVES IN
19-YR-OLD BOY WASHED
AWAY IN RAIN WATER,
SISTER DIES BY SUICIDE
7 INJURED AS HOUSE COLLAPSES IN JAIPUR;
NEARLY 30 HOUSES COLLAPSE IN BIKANER
14-YEAR-OLD BOY DROWNS WHILE CROSSING
AN OVERFLOWING RIVER IN BHILWARA
4 TRAINS CANCELLED,
TRACKS WATERLOGGED
A labourer died after
getting buried in a
pit in Jaipur while
he was digging it. Fellow
labourers took out his body.
The father of the deceased
has registered a case of
death due to negligence
against the contractor.
Police said that Atar Singh
(25), a resident of Shivpuri,
Madhya Pradesh, worked
as a labourer in Jaipur. On
July 26, he was working in
Hanuman Nagar. Singh was
digging when soil above
collapsed and he got bur-
ied. After about 15 minutes,
he was pulled out. He was
rushed to a hospital where
doctors declared him dead.
In Bikaner, 19-year-
old boy, identified
as Sandeep Khileri
got washed away when he
went to see the rain water.
After about half an hour’s
struggle, he was taken out.
By then he had died. When
his sister Rekha Khileri (22)
got news of her brother’s
death, she herself jumped
into a ditch and died. On
Saturday afternoon, Sand-
eep from Bajju had gone
to see Barsati river with his
friends. Onlookers at the
accident site told that from
where Sandeep was stand-
ing, a part of soil washed
away taking him along.
Seven members of a family got injured after
their house collapsed in Bhatta Basti in Jaipur
following heavy rains. After getting informa-
tion, Civil Defence in-charge Amit Sharma and his
team arrived. Meanwhile, nearly 30 houses collapsed
in various areas of Bikaner due to incessant rains. In
Bajju, the boundary wall of a water body in Gandhi
village was also broken. No casualties were reported.
A 14-year-old boy died due to drowning in
Kothari river of Delas village in Bhilwara. The
water was about two feet high. Vishnu died
due to drowning in water after he slipped into the
river while crossing the culvert. Villagers informed
Kareda police about the accident. The deceased was
a resident of Delas village. Several incidents of mis-
hap are being reported following heavy rain in region.
Heavy rains in
Jaipur led to cancel-
lation of four trains.
Waterlogging was seen at
Jaipur railway station. Cap-
tain Shashi Kiran, Chief
PRO of NWR said that
train number 19702 has
been partially cancelled.
Besides, train number
04801 between Sikar-
Jaipur has been partially
cancelled. Trains that were
cancelled on Saturday
were train number 4861,
09730, 09635, and 09636.
The partially cancelled are
train number 09605/09606
and 12991/12992. Trains
09603 and 09729 were
cancelled on Saturday.
Waterlogged streets of Jaipur as Mansagar Lake overflowed on Saturday. Meanwhile, several areas of
city reported rain-related mishaps.  SANTOSH SHARMA, SUNIL SHARMA, MUKESH KIRADOO
Husbandforceswifeintofleshtrade
Accused also made
the victim sleep with
her brother-in-law
THREE POLICEMEN
HELD FOR MOLESTING
FEMALE CONSTABLE
Bhilwara: Three
policemen were
held in Bhilwara
for allegedly molesting
a female constable. The
victim filed a complaint
to Bhilwara SP against
Pratap Nagar Police
Station constable Sunil
Vishnoi. “The accused
allegedly filmed obscene
videos of the victim on
June 27 and then black-
mailed her on social
media. Following the
orders of the SP, a case
was registered against
policemen Ramniwas
Vishnoi, Sunil Kumar
and Suresh Vishnoi.
3 INCLUDING A WOMAN HELD IN B’LORE IN
GANGRAPE CASE OF MINOR FROM JAIPUR
GOVT SCHOOL TEACHER SUSPENDED FOR
INDECENT BEHAVIOUR WITH STUDENTS
A minor girl was gangraped on pretext of
providing a job. She had gone missing
from her home but the police rescued her.
Two accused Manish and
Karan have been arrested in
Bangalore. Police also held
a woman, who had assisted
the culprits. She had sent
the minor girl to Bangalore
after deceiving her.
A teacher of a government school in Prata-
pgarh’s Vermandal has been arrested over
allegations of indulging in indecent acts
with girl students. Kotwali police station arrested
the teacher. Earlier, the education department
had put the accused teacher on APO. Now, he
has been suspended on the orders of Collector.
IN THE COURTYARD
5 persons get life term for murder in Jhalawar;
had tried to make murder look like accident!
Court orders filing of a duping case against
Yoga Guru Baba Ramdev in Kota’s Gumanpura
Kota: A special court in Jhalawar has sentenced five
persons, including three brothers, to life imprisonment
for murdering a man five years ago. Special judge Ghan-
shyam Sharma also slapped a fine of Rs
10,000 on each of the five convicts,
Kanhiram, Rajaram, Sujan Singh, Gyan
Singh and Bhagwan Singh. According to
the prosecution, Sultan Singh, died in an
accident while travelling with his family.
A FSL report, call recordings and mobile locations helped
unearth a planned conspiracy to murder Sultan Singh.
Kota: An ADJ court in Kota has ordered an investiga-
tion against Yoga Guru Baba Ramdev in a case of
duping. The Additional Sessions Court No. 1 allowed the
petition filed by one Neeraj Tiwari and directed Gumanpura
Police Station SHO to register a case and investigate the
matter. Petitioner’s advocate Lokesh Saini informed that
the complainant filed a complaint of duping against Yoga
Guru Baba Ram Dev on July 9, 2020, in ACJM – 5 as well.
Beniwal: 3rd
front will
succeed in Rajasthan
First India Bureau
Jaipur
Rashtriya Loktantrik
Party supremo Hanuman
Beniwal addressing a
press conference at his
Jaalupura residence on
Saturday said that expen-
sive millet, paper leak,
ERPC and crimes are
troubling the people here.
Beniwal said, “Ra-
jasthan tops in crime.
Congress and BJP are
colluding. Congress
leader Harish Choudhary
is only making state-
ments about expensive
millets. The Central gov-
ernment should waive off
farmers’ loans.” He said
that the third front will
succeed in Rajasthan.
Hanuman Beniwal addressing the media on Saturday.
Jaipur: Two people
died of snakebite in
separate incidents. A fe-
male farmer working in
field died due to snake-
bite in Sagwara of Dun-
garpur. She was rushed
to the hospital but died
during treatment. In an-
other case, Kamalram
Jatav (60), died of
snakebite while work-
ing on a farm in Bharat-
pur. Police have kept
body for post-mortem.
Two persons die of
snakebiteinDungarpur
andBharatpurdistricts
Pali: A young man
committed suicide by
hanging himself from a
tree in his farm in Ro-
hat police station area
in Pali. Jaitpur police
reached the spot after
getting information. Po-
lice took the body for
post-mortem. The rea-
son for suicide is not
known. The deceased,
Ramlal Meena, was a
resident of Murdia.
Youth dies by hanging
self from tree in Pali,
police launches probe
IN BRIEF
Hanumangarh: A hus-
band and wife climbed
a water tank over a dis-
pute related to a piece
of land in Dholipal in
Hanumangarh. They ac-
cused the Sarpanch of
taking possession of
their land illegally. They
have threatened with
self-immolation if their
demands are not met.
Elderly couple climbs
water tank over land
dispute with sarpanch
Rape victim attempts
suicide due to lack of
action in case
Alwar: Troubled by lack
of action in rape case, a
married woman attempt-
ed suicide by consuming
poison. On receiving in-
formation, Akbarpur po-
lice station in-charge
Premlata reached the
spot and took the state-
ment of the victim. The
victim is currently under
treatment at a hospital.
RAJASTHAN
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GIFTS AFTER NIKAH
Alwar’s Anju gets ‘flat worth `40
lakh and other gifts’in Pakistan
Rashpal Singh
Jaipur
nju Rafael, a
mother of two
who went to
Pakistan from Bhiwadi
in Alwar of Rajasthan
and reportedly married
her Facebook friend
Nasrullah in a Muslim
tradition there, has now
reportedly got a flat
worth Rs 40 lakh. Ac-
cording to the media re-
ports in Pakistan and a
video shared on social
media, a businessman in
Pakistan has gifted the
flat toAnju. She changed
her name to Fatima.
The video of a man
handing over some docu-
ments toAnju and others
giving her gifts in the
presence of Nasrullah
and his family members
has gone viral. The cou-
ple has, however, so far
not openly accepted their
marriage but the authori-
ties in Dir region of Paki-
stan have claimed the
nikah ceremony hap-
pened at the district
courts in Upper Dir.
It is reported thatAnju
has converted to Islam is
now known as Fatima.
She is scheduled to re-
turn to India on August
20 when her visa expires.
Screengrab of a video where a businessman in Pakistan is seen
gifting the flat to Anju Rafael. Nasrullah and others also seen.
A
First India Bureau
Kekri
A young man brutally
killed an 80-year-old
with an axe in the Bheru
Gate area of Kekri. Po-
lice have arrested the ac-
cused youth. According
to information, Harlal
Regar was going to a
temple on Saturday when
Ramavatar Regar at-
tacked him with an axe in
his neck. After the old
man fell down, the ac-
cused again attacked him
with the axe. The man
died on the spot.
The accused then fled
the spot. Soon, a huge
crowd gathered. On get-
ting info, police reached
the spot and arrested the
accused from the roof of
the Ramdev temple.
First India Bureau
Jaipur
The Pradesh Congress
Committee (PCC) Head-
quarters located at SC
Road in Jaipur is strug-
gling with space crunch
these days. Following
recent appointments,
there is no place left to sit
for office-bearers in PCC
Headquarters. Sources
informed that there are
121 secretaries in PCC,
but there is not enough
space to ensure their des-
ignated sitting arrange-
ments. “No rooms are
available for various
cells of PCC while state
vice-presidents also do
not have space to sit. The
space in PCC is very less
as compared to BJP and
that is why many office
bearers do not come to
PCC,” said sources.
First India Bureau
Jaipur
In the case related to a
girl going to Pakistan,
now shocking truth has
come out in this whole
episode. According to
the sources, the girl was
studying while living in
Chomu and one of her
classmates had be-
friended her with a
young man from Lahore
on Instagram.
Not only this, the girl
was taught to read
Namaz. There are five
sisters and a brother in
girl’s family and her fa-
ther is posted inArmy in
Jaisalmer.
She was detained at
Jaipur airport on Friday
while trying to go to Pa-
kistan without any docu-
ments. She neither had a
phone nor an ID card.
Satyanarayan Sharma
Jaipur
New SHOs have been
appointed in 64 police
stations including ap-
pointments in traffic and
other branches of the
commissionerate. Police
Commissioner Anand
Srivastava issued the or-
ders of the new appoint-
ments. Zaheer Abbas
was appointed as the
Pratap Nagar police sta-
tion in-charge, while
Suresh Kumar will take
charge as Malpura Gate
police station officer.
While Amar Singh
Charan, Rajkumar Mee-
na,Arun Kumar, Rajveer
Singh and Mahesh Ku-
mar will be designated
as Vidhayakpuri, Sodala,
Ramnagariya, Ashok
Nagar and Mahesh Na-
gar police station in-
charges respectively.
Similarly, Poonam
Kumari, Arvind Singh,
and Sitaram Khoja were
appointed police officers
for Malviya Nagar,
Jawahar Circle and Jyoti
Nagar.
First India Bureau
Jaipur
The recently sighted
three tiger cubs of ti-
gress T-111 at Ranth-
ambhore tiger reserve
were named by CM Ge-
hlot on Saturday. Inter-
estingly, the mother of
the cubs - Tigress T-17
- is known as Krishna,
after MLA and Olympi-
an Krishna Poonia.
Gehlot tweeted on
Saturday, “To make In-
ternational Tiger Day
more historic, three cubs
(two tigers and one ti-
gress) of Ranthambore’s
tigress T-111 have been
named ‘Chiranjeevi’,
‘Chirayu’ and ‘Avani’.
Tigress T-17 was named
Krishna after the 2010
Commonwealth Games
gold medalist Krishna
Poonia. Similarly, now a
cub will be named Avani
after Paralympic medal-
ist Avani Lekhara.”
BJPleaderscornerCong
onreddiary,laworder
Naresh Sharma
Jaipur
BJP state president CP
Joshi and former presi-
dent BJP leader Arun
Chaturvedi held press
conferences on Saturday
and condemned the state
govt over various issues
including law and order.
On the question of
making Vasundhara Raje
the CM face of BJP, CP
Joshi said, “All this will
be decided by the Parlia-
mentary board. The re-
sponsibility which party
decides for every leader,
it is discharged,” he said.
About the red diary
controversy, Joshi said
that a Congress leader
has now accepted that he
had a red diary and that
former minister Rajendra
Gudha had gone to his
house.
“Red diary mentions
transactions up to Delhi.
The Chief Minister
should come forward and
tell about this,” he said.
Chaturvedi said that
cornered the state gov-
ernment by counting
cases of crime in the last
24 hours. “Is there rule of
law or jungle rule in Ra-
jasthan. Where is the one
who used to say that she
is a woman and can
fight? Can’t she see any-
thing in Rajasthan? Ra-
jasthan will no longer
tolerate crime,” he said.
Manoj Jain
Karauli
Chief Secretary Usha
Sharma visited Karauli
on Saturday and inspect-
ed various works here.
Sharma inspected the
Luv Kush Vatika under
construction at a cost of
Rs 90 lakh. She said that
the environment must be
protected by planting
more saplings.
Sharma also inspected
the Veterinary hospital,
Indira Rasoi on road-
ways bus stand,
Devnarayan Hostel, Ma-
hatma Gandhi School in
Hindaun City, Angan-
wadi centre and Krishi
Vigyan Kendra in
Dhindhora. She will also
inspect the RIICO indus-
trial area in Hindaun.
The Chief Secretary
inspected the medical
college under construc-
tion. CollectorAnkit Ku-
mar Singh and SP Mam-
ta Gupta accompanied
her. Sharma also inspect-
ed various rooms of the
under-construction
Medical College.
CP Joshi Arun Chaturvedi
Usha Sharma visited Kaila Devi Temple in Karauli on Saturday,
Also seen are Ankit Kumar Singh  others.
Deceased Harlal Regar 
accused Ramavatar Regar.
CM announces names for 3 R’bore tigers
CS inspects various
works in Karauli
Man kills 80-year-old with
an axe in Kekri, arrested
Office-bearers
of Congress
facing space
crunch at PCC
Girl trying to go
to Pakistan was
taught to offer
namaz by friend
New SHOs appointed in 64
police stations of Jaipur city
COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTRE BADGAON OF
UDAIPUR WILL BE UPGRADED TO SATELLITE HOSP
KOTA REMAINS TENSE AS ROW OVER
TAZIA PROCESSIONS REMAINS ON
CM Ashok Gehlot has approved the proposal to
upgrade Udaipur’s Badgaon Community Health
Center to Satellite Hospital. Along with this, approval
has also been given to increase the number of beds in the
hospital from 30 to 50. With this approval of Gehlot, the health
infrastructure will be strengthened and better medical facilities
will be available to the common people at the local level.
HALF DAY HOLIDAY IN JAIPUR CITY ON TEEJ FAIR
All the offices, undertakings and educational institu-
tions of the state government located in Jaipur
city will have a half-day holiday on the first day of
Teej fair on August 19. CM Ashok Gehlot approved the
proposal to this effect. It is worth mentioning that this time
Teej fair will be organized on August 19 and Budhi Teej
fair on August 20.
TaziaprocessionsmarkMuharram
Shia Muslims mourn during a Muharram
procession on the day of ‘Ashura’, in Ajmer on
Saturday.  ANAND SHARMA
Huge tazias were taken out during processions in the Walled City, Jaipur on Saturday. SANTOSH SHARMA
he controversy seems to increase
over the Muharram tajia procession
in the Kota city, wherein two communities
came face to face in Kundanpur town of
Sangod. Even the exercise of persuasion
going on since night did not yield results.
The town markets remained closed and
heavy police were deployed in the market
area. Police-administrative officers includ-
ing SDM Divyaraj Singh, ASP Jasveer
Meena, and others were present at spot.
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IN-DEPTH
NCP CHIEF PAWAR
KEEPS OPPOSITION
ON TENTERHOOKS
embers of the Opposition grouping I.N.D.I.A
must be apprehensively watching every
move of Sharad Pawar who is expected to
share the dais with Prime Minister Narendra Modi in
Pune on August 1, the 103rd death anniversary of
Lokmanya Tilak. The award will be conferred on
Modi for awakening the feeling of patriotism among
Indians. If Pawar confers the honour, the setback to
I.N.D.I.Awould be huge. The grouping is totally un-
prepared for that. Nobody can read the wily Maratha
leader’s mind.
Pawar himself is quiet on whether he will attend
the function as chief guest. Sharad Pawar also held
his cards close to his chest after his nephew Ajit Pa-
war and NCPMPPraful Patel met him and urged him
to join the group to support the BJP. This is why the
Opposition grouping fears a shock blow from the
Maratha strongman.
Even if Pawar does not agree to support the BJP,
conferring the honour on Modi would be enough to
demoralise the Opposition.
M
SAUDIS TO HELP SET
UP GWADAR REFINERY
audi Arabia will collaborate with five Paki-
stani companies to set up the oil refinery
project at Gwadar, a strategic deep sea port.
Saudi oil giant Aramco will execute the Greenfield
project in which the Saudis will invest $10 billion.
The project is located in the troubled Balochistan
province of Pakistan where security has been a major
issue even for the Chinese workers.Aramco will pro-
vide 30 percent of the equity with the Pakistani com-
panies putting in the remaining 70 percent.
The deal is being seen as a boost to economic and
strategic relations between the two countries and a
boon for Pakistan
which has been going
through an unprece-
dented economic cri-
sis. Pakistan’s credi-
bility due to financial
mismanagement had
fallen so low that last
year Saudis are learnt
to have refused to
give interest-free
loan to Islamabad.
Saudis were also re-
portedly reluctant to
enter into an agree-
ment for Gwadar port
with the Tehreek-e-
Insaaf Party govern-
ment of Imran Khan.
What has weighed in
favour of Pakistan is
that both Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif has allowed
the army chief SyedAsim Munir the space which was
not there during Imran Khan’s tenure.
So far the Saudi-Pakistan ties have failed to harm
the bilateral relations between India and SaudiArabia
and India and the United Arab Emirates. This was
evident from the silent support the two countries ex-
tended after Article 370 was scrapped to alter the
status of JK. So much so, Pakistan was forced to
toe the Saudi line and withdraw from the parallel OIC
which Malaysia and Turkey had considered forming.
S
Saudi Arabia will
collaborate with five
Pakistani companies
to set up the oil
refinery project at
Gwadar, a strategic
deep sea port. Saudi
oil giant Aramco
will execute the
Greenfield project in
which the Saudis will
invest $10 billion
ABOUT THE
PLAYERS
India’s spinning combina-
tion also needs to be final-
ized with Chahal, Kuldeep
, Jadeja and Axar in the
mix. A late addition to the
World Cup squad could
be Ravi Ashwin who
provides an off-spinning
option in the lineup.
Axar and Jadeja have the
same skillset and many
feel Ashwin should get the
nod to lend variety and
experience to the spin
attack. After the Windies
trip, besides the Asia Cup,
India has just 3 ODIs left
to play and needs
to find a settled unit.
An important facet of the
2011 World Cup win was
that India had a settled
side and made only a few
changes in the playing 11
all through the Cham-
pionship. Ironically, this
time with just 2 months
left for the World Cup,
only a handful of players
have sure spots while
most of the team
is still rather unclear!
IndiaThumpsWindiesasBuild
UpforODIWorldCupBegins
eam India
comfortably
beat theWin-
dies in the
first ODI of
the 3-match series by 5
wickets.Though India stut-
tered in reaching a paltry
target of 115, it had more to
do with their aggressive
style of play which ended
thematchinjust45.5overs!
The magic weaved by In-
dian spinners was way too
much for Windies batsmen
who were dismissed for
their second lowest ODI
score ever against India.
Batting first, Windies
began badly as seamers
Hardik Pandya, Shardul
Thakur and debutant
Mukesh Kumar picked up
a wicket each inside the
first 10 overs. A partner-
ship between captain Shai
Hope and Shimron Het-
myer took them to 88. But
the spin combo of Ravin-
dra Jadeja and Kuldeep
Yadav triggered a dramatic
collapse taking 7 wickets
for 26 runs in just 44 balls!
In reply, India lost Shub-
man Gill early but Ishan
Kishan hit his 4th ODI half
century to guide India to an
easy win. The scorecard
may suggest that India
found it hard to chase as
they lost 5 wickets but it
was more due to extreme
help for spinners from the
pitch.Also, India promoted
its youngsters up the order
to find their batting rhythm.
Rohit Sharma came in at
no.7 and Virat Kohli was
not even needed to bat!
This series, however, is
not just about beating the
Windies who have declined
sharply in the last few years
as a force in limited overs
cricket. Just recently, Win-
dies cricket hit a new low
by failing to qualify for the
upcoming ODIWorld Cup.
As such, it’s a complete
mismatch between these
two sides – while Windies
won’t figure in the World
Cup, India is one of the fa-
vourites!
This series is far more
about finetuning India’s
preparations for the Asia
Cup in August-September
and the World Cup in Oc-
tober-November. India
will like to cement their
best combination going
ahead and the current se-
ries provides an opportu-
nity for many players. Ide-
ally, India would like
Suryakumar Yadav, Ishan
Kishan and Sanju Samson
to find their batting mojo
while Yuzvendra Chahal,
KuldeepYadav and Umran
Malik could get their bowl-
ing rhythm back as they
haven’t played any inter-
national cricket of late.
India’s batting revolves
mainly around Rohit Shar-
ma and Virat Kohli but
there are a few spots up for
grabs to solidify the mid-
dle order. With Rishabh
Pant injured and almost
certain to miss the World
Cup, Sanju Samson and
Ishan Kishan are in line to
stake a claim for that role.
Samson has a terrific bat-
ting average of 66 from 11
One Dayers while Kishan
is among the very few who
have hit a double century
in the 50 over format. If
K.L Rahul, the original re-
placement for Pant, doesn’t
recover in time for theAsia
Cup, it’s a direct Samson-
Kishan contest for the
wicketkeeper spot.
Also, T20 specialist
SuryakumarYadav is vying
for the No 4 spot in the bat-
ting order earlier held by
Shreyas Iyer who is cur-
rentlybattlingabackinjury.
Surya got a good start in the
first ODI against the Wind-
ies but failed to capitalise.
With little time left for the
World Cup, Surya needs to
iron out his chinks quickly
if he’s to be a strong con-
tender to bat at number 4.
The biggest concern for
India is their growing in-
jury list.The latest addition
is Mohammed Siraj who
left for India after the Win-
dies Test series complain-
ing of ankle pain. Current-
ly, the three first-choice
pacers - Bumrah, Shami,
Siraj - are going through
injury concerns. Luckily,
there’s good news on the
Bumrah front as BCCI
claims he may play in the
Ireland T20 series after a
better than expected rehab
at the National Cricket
Academy. Shami is being
rested after the extra work-
load he has shouldered in
Bumrah’s absence.
India’s spinning combi-
nation also needs to be fi-
nalized with Chahal, Kul-
deep , Jadeja and Axar in
the mix. A late addition to
the World Cup squad could
be Ravi Ashwin who pro-
vides an off-spinning op-
tion in the lineup.Axar and
Jadeja have the same skill-
set and many feel Ashwin
should get the nod to lend
variety and experience to
the spin attack.
After the Windies trip,
besides theAsia Cup, India
has just 3 ODIs left to play
and needs to find a settled
unit. An important facet of
the 2011 World Cup win
was that India had a settled
side and made only a few
changes in the playing 11
all through the Champion-
ship. Ironically, this time
with just 2 months left for
the World Cup, only a
handful of players have
sure spots while most of
the team is still rather un-
clear!
THE VIEWS EXPRESSED BY
THE AUTHOR ARE PERSONAL
This series is far more about finetuning India’s
preparations for the Asia Cup in August-
September and the World Cup in October-
November. India will like to cement their best
combination going ahead and the current series
provides an opportunity for many players. Ideally,
India would like Suryakumar Yadav, Ishan Kishan
and Sanju Samson to find their batting mojo while
Yuzvendra Chahal, Kuldeep Yadav and Umran
Malik could get their bowling rhythm back as they
haven’t played any international cricket of late.
T
Siddhaarth
Mahan
The writer is a specialist
on Sports and Cinema
who works as an actor in
the Hindi film industry
Democracy is helpless in Bengal,
humanity is ashamed. Due to the
instigation of Mamta Didi, criminals,
goons and rioters are ruling in Bengal
today. Law and order is broken, the public
is suffering. Trinamool party is giving
protection to the criminals in Mamta’s rule,
is nurturing them.
Anurag Thakur
@ianuragthakur
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BRAINSTORMING SESSION
Om Birla inaugurates CPA meet in Shillong
Aishwary Pradhan
Shillong
ok Sabha
Speaker Om
Birla on Satur-
day inaugurated the
four-day 20th annual
conference of the Com-
monwealth Parliamen-
tary Association (CPA)
India Region which was
held at the Meghalaya
Legislative Assembly
building, Rilbong.
The four-day confer-
ence will deliberate on
naturaldisastersandstrat-
egies for management
with special reference to
the northeast region.
Meghalaya Chief
Minister Conrad K
Sangma, Rajya Sabha
Deputy Chairman Hari-
vansh Narayan Singh,
Megalaya Assembly
Speaker Thomas A
Sangma and Arunachal
Pradesh Assembly
Speaker Pasang D Sona
were also present during
the inaugural function of
the conference.
The MLAs of the
Meghalaya Legislative
Assembly and other dig-
nitaries were also present.
In his inaugural ad-
dress,LokSabhaSpeaker
recalled how former Lok
Sabha Speaker, late Pur-
noAgitokSangmaforbe-
ing instrumental in the
formation of Common-
wealth ParliamentaryAs-
sociation India Region.
Earlier, Lok Sabha
Speaker was received by
Chief Minister, Assem-
bly Speaker, Deputy
Chief Minister, Prestone
Tynsong, Leader of Op-
position, Ronnie V. Lyn-
gdoh among others on
his arrival at the Megha-
laya Legislative Assem-
bly building, Rilbong.
Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla addresses four-day 20th annual conference of the Commonwealth
Parliamentary Association, in Shillong on Saturday. @OMBIRLAKOTA
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OppndelegationreachesImphal
Meitei people participate in a rally organised by Coordinating Committee on Manipur Integrity
(COCOMI) amid ongoing ethnic violence in Manipur, in Imphal, on Saturday.  PTI
A delegation of I.N.D.I.A parties MPs prior to leaving for Manipur,
at airport in New Delhi, on Saturday. PTI
Guv Anusuiya Uikey with a
child born in a relief camp.
ANI
Imphal
A 21-member delegation
from the Opposition
grand alliance —
I.N.D.I.A— on Saturday
arrived in Imphal as part
of a two-day visit to vio-
lence-hit Manipur.
After setting foot to
the state, the Opposition
leaders said the purpose
of their visit was to “rep-
resent the demands of the
people”. Speaking to
ANI after arriving at Im-
phal airport, Congress
MP Gaurav Gogoi, who
had earlier filed a mo-
tion of confidence
against the Centre in the
Lok Sabha, over the Ma-
nipur situation, said,
“We want the people to
be heard. We are going
to convey their demand
in Parliament. We have
come to represent the
people of Manipur and
their concerns.”
Fellow Congress MP
from the Lower House,
Adhir Ranjan Chowd-
hury, told ANI, “We will
put forward several de-
mands to the Manipur
Governor. However, we
want to conduct a public
survey and also hold dis-
cussions among our-
selves before taking any
call (on the demands).”
“Here to represent people of Manipur”: say Oppn MPs
Imphal: Manipur
Governor Anusuiya
Uikey on Saturday
urged the visiting I.N.D.I.A.
leaders to contribute to the
restoration of peace and
order to the violence-hit
Northeast. She also called
on all parties and stake-
holders help put the state
back on track.
21-MEMBER DELEGATION OF I.N.D.I.A. ALLIANCE
GIVES PAIN TO
ALL OF US: BIRLA
THAKUR TEARS
INTO OPPOSITION
NARAVANE HINTS
AT CHINA’S ROLE
GUVURGESOPPNMPs
TOHELPRESTOREPEACE
The 21-member I.N.D.I.A. delegation includes Adhir
Ranjan Chowdhury, Gaurav Gogoi, K Suresh and
Phulo Devi Netam (Congress); Rajiv Ranjan Lalan
Singh (JDU); Sushmita Dev (TMC); Kanimozhi (DMK); San-
dosh Kumar (CPI); AA Rahim (CPI-M), Manoj Jha (RJD);
Javed Ali Khan (SP); Mahua Maji (JMM); PP Mohd Faizal
(NCP); Aneel Prasad Hegde (JD-U), ET Mohd Basheer
(IUML); NK Premachandran (RSP); Sushil Gupta (AAP);
Arvind Sawant (Shiv Sena-UBT); D Ravikumar, Thiru Thol
Thirumavalavan (VCK); and Jayant Singh (RLD).
Shillong: LS Speaker
Om Birla on Saturday
called for peace in
Manipur, saying the
incidents the state
witnessed since the
outbreak of violence
on May 3 are “pain-
ful”. Only peace can
bring prosperity in the
state and the region,
Speaker Birla said.
Kolkata: Even as Op-
position MPs reached
Imphal for a two-day
fact finding visit to Ma-
nipur, Union Minister
Anurag Thakur came
down heavily on the
I.N.D.I.A bloc saying
they never spoke up
when the Northeast
state burned during
their rule.
New Delhi: Amid the
Manipur crisis, former
Army Chief General
MM Naravane said
that involvement of
foreign agencies
‘cannot be ruled out’,
hinting at role of ‘Chi-
nese aid to various
insurgent groups’.
PTI
Rameswaram
Under Prime Minister Nar-
endra Modi’s leadership
the nation is making giant
stridesinspacetechnology,
a vision nurtured by iconic
scientist and late President
APJ Abdul Kalam, Union
Home Minister Amit Shah
said here on Saturday.
At launch event of the
book “Dr APJ Abdul Kal-
am,MemoriesNeverDie,”
here, Shah hailed Kalam
for his yeoman services to
India’s space technology.
Shah said, “Under PM
Modi’s leadership oppor-
tunities in space science
for our students, youth and
theirstartupsareopen.APJ
Abdul Kalam’s dream of
achievements in space sci-
ence will be accomplished
by PM Modi’s innovations
and new initiatives.”
Following the late for-
mer President’s footsteps,
under PM Modi’s leader-
ship, the nation launched
55 spacecraft missions, 50
launch vehicle missions
and 11 student satellites,
Amit Shah noted.
Agencies
New Delhi
In the second major rejig
in less than a month,
Bharatiya Janata Party
(BJP) National President
JP Nadda on Saturday
released a list of the par-
ty’s new central office-
bearers, including fresh
faces as vice presidents
and general secretaries.
The organisational re-
shuffles and new ap-
pointments ahead of the
2024 Lok Sabha polls
are part of the saffron
party’s new social repre-
sentation strategy and is
being seen by political
analysts as an attempt by
the party to project itself
as more inclusive.
The new office bear-
ers include former Ali-
garh Muslim University
(AMU) vice-chancellor
Tariq Mansoor as one of
its vice presidents. The
appointment of Man-
soor, now a BJP MLC in
Uttar Pradesh, is being
seen as part of the par-
ty’s overtures to Pas-
manda (backward)
Muslims.
Kerala leader Abdulla
Kutty is another member
from the minority com-
munity on the list.
Saroj Pandey, a Rajya
Sabha MP from Chhat-
tisgarh; and Lata Usen-
di, a tribal leader from
Chhattisgarh, have been
made vice presidents —
underscoring the party’s
focus on the poll-bound
state where the Con-
gress is in power.
Former UP BJP presi-
dent and Rajya Sabha
MP Laxmikant Bajpai is
one of the two new vice
presidents.
Radha Mohan Agraw-
al, a Rajya Sabha MP
from Uttar Pradesh, is
one of the two new faces
on the list, which has
nine general secretaries,
seven of whom retain
their position.
The new secretaries
are Anil Antony, son of
veteran Congress leader
AK Antony; as well as
Surendra Singh Nagar
and Kamakhya Prasad
Tasa, Rajya Sabha MPs
from UP and Assam, re-
spectively. Nagar is an
influential Gurjar leader
from western UP while
Tasa has long been the
face of tea tribes in the
northeastern state.
The appointment of
Bandi Sanjay Kumar as
general secretary, weeks
after his removal as the
Telangana BJP presi-
dent, is a possible signal
to the party cadres that
he remains valuable to
the national leadership,
and that his ouster was a
tactical call taken in the
context of political re-
alities in the southern
state, a PTI report said
citing sources.
Former Chief Minis-
ters Raman Singh,
Vasundhara Raje, and
Raghubar Das are among
the seasoned leaders re-
tained as vice presidents
in the new list.
Arun Singh, Kailash
Vijayvargiya, Dushy-
ant Kumar Gautam,
Tarun Chugh, Sunil
Bansal, and Vinod
Tawde also continue as
general secretaries.
BJP brings in fresh faces with eye
on assembly, Lok Sabha elections
More than 1 cr
suggestions
received over
UCC: Meghwal
New appointments
are part of BJP’s new
social representation
strategy for polls
ANI
Chandigarh
Union Law Minister
Arjun Ram Meghwal
on Saturday said that
the Law Commission
has received more
than one crore sugges-
tions regarding the
Uniform Civil Code.
He said, “At this
time we have received
more than one crore
suggestions. Deci-
sions will be taken af-
ter the discussion of
these suggestions.
Whatever step will be
taken, everyone will
be informed”. He said
that the government is
seeking suggestions
on UCC from every
person and every sec-
tion of the country.
The Law Commis-
sion of India on Friday
decided not to further
extend the time period
for submission of sug-
gestions from the pub-
lic on the Uniform
Civil Code (UCC).
Delhi court denies ‘default bail’ to 3 PFI members
Five get life sentence for killing man in 2015
New Delhi: A Delhi court has denied “default bail” to three
members of the banned PFI, who are accused in a
money-laundering case related to alleged terror activities.
Special Judge Shailender Malik dismissed the applications of
accused Mohd Ilias, Mohd Perwez Ahmed and Abdul Muqeet,
seeking default bail in the money-laundering case.
Bahraich: A local court sentenced five men to life term in
an eight-year-old murder case, a court official said on
Saturday. ASJ (4th) Anand Shukla announced the verdict on
Friday in the murder that took place in 2015 in Visheshwarganj
area, Govt Advocate (Criminal) Munnu Lal Mishra said.
IN THE COURTYARD Justice Upadhyay
takes oath as CJ of
Bombay High Court
Mumbai: Justice
Devendra Kumar
Upadhyay was on
Saturday sworn in as
Chief Justice of the
Bombay High Court
here. Maharashtra
Governor Ramesh Bais
administered the oath of
office to Justice
Upadhyay at a function
held at Raj Bhavan in the
afternoon on Saturday.
MANIPUR VIOLENCE
HMShahhailsKalam,says
Indiaadvancinginspace
Home Minister Amit Shah speaks during the launch of a book ‘Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam, Memories Never
Die’, in Rameswaram, on Saturday. PTI
Prime Minister Narendra Modi meets veteran BJP leader Murli
Manohar Joshi, in New Delhi on Saturday.  ANI
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First India 30072023.pdf

  • 1. Jaipur, Sunday | July 30, 2023 firstindia.co.in RNI NUMBER: RAJENG/2019/77764 | VOL 5 | ISSUE NO. 54 | PAGES 12 | `3.00 Rajasthan’s Own English Newspaper firstindia.co.in/epapers/jaipur thefirstindia thefirstindia thefirstindia IN BRIEF IN ends ‘colonial legacy’ of carrying batons New Delhi: Indian Navy on Saturday said it would end colonial legacy of carrying batons with ‘immediate effect’. It has now instructed that a ceremonial baton be placed in office of head of every unit, which will be handed over within office. 8 die in cracker unit blast in TN; PM announces aid Krishnagiri: 8 people, including 3 women, were killed in an explosion at a firecracker unit in TN’s Krishnagiri on Saturday. PM Modi condoled loss of lives in the accident and announced an ex-gratia of `2 lakh each to the kin of deceased from PMNRF. TN commentator held for remarks on SC, CJI Chennai: Political commentator, publisher Badri Seshadri arrested from Chennai residence early on Saturday over remarks on the Supreme Court and Chief Justice of India DY Chandrachud in connection with the Manipur violence. Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla at Annual Zone III Conference of the CPA at the Meghalaya Legislative Assembly in Shillong on Saturday. P5 G20’S C-20 SUMMIT BEGINS WORLDISABIG FAMILY:AMMA Mata Amritanandamayi Devi ‘Amma’, Rajnath Singh and Shakuntala Rawat lighting lamp in presence of Amritaswarupananda Puri, Ramcharan Bohra, Vijay Nambiar, Ah Maftuchan and others during the inaugural ceremony of C20 summit at Clarks Amer in Jaipur on Saturday. SANTOSH SHARMA Dr Rituraj Sharma, Shivendra Parmar, Moni Sharma Mitali Dusad Jaipur The Summit of Civil 20 (C20), one of the official Engagement Groups of the G20, was inaugurated at hotel Clarks Amer in Jaipur on Saturday. The main highlights of the Jaipur C20 summit is the release of the C20 Policy Pack and the C20 Communique — C20’s policy recommendations developed by 16Working Groups after extensive discussions with civil- society organisations and policymakers worldwide. These important docu- mentswillbehandedover to the G20 Secretariat. Addressing the dele- gates at the inaugural event, Sri Mata Amritan- andamayi Devi, Chair, C20 said, “A total of 2,00,000 people from around the world partici- pated in our online, hy- brid, and physical discus- sions, seminars, and con- ferences. Perhaps, C20 India can claim credit for bringing in the largest number of participants andconferencesinthehis- tory of C20 since its in- ception 10 years ago.” A robust and enlightened Civil society is essential for a functioning democracy. It enables citizens to engage in dialogues for nat’l objectives. RAJNATH SINGH, DEFENCE MINISTER Monsoon's fury sours weekend for Jaipurities Ziauddin Khan Jaipur Incessant rainfall hit nor- mal life in Jaipur where many areas faced water- logging on Saturday. Rains have been pound- ing the district since Fri- day night, leaving many areas around Sikar Road andJalMahalsubmerged. People faced problems due to accumulation of water in many other low- lying areas and roads. Rainwater entered the basement of the govern- ment hospital in Gangau- ri Bazar. Waterlogging led to traffic jams on sev- eral roads including the Jpr-Ajmer highway. P2 Educate to Elevate! Guided by vision of the PM, NEP 2020 was launched with a view to groom youth, prepare them for leading nation in Amrit Kaal PM Narendra Modi taking a walkthrough of exhibition and pampering kids during inauguration of Akhil Bhartiya Shiksha Samagam at Bharat Mandapam in Pragati Maidan on Saturday. First India Bureau New Delhi PM Narendra Modi inau- gurated an educational convention titled the Akhil Bhartiya Shiksha Samagam at the Bharat Mandapam in Delhi on Saturday, which coin- cided with 3rd anniver- sary of National Educa- tion Policy 2020. Addressing gathering, PM Modi said National Education Policy was go- ing to give a new direc- tion to 21st Century India and we are becoming part of a moment that is lay- ing foundation for build- ing future of our country. People of Rajasthan will bless BJP in upcoming polls: Nadda Naresh Sharma Jaipur BJP National President JP Nadda on Saturday held a series of meetings at State BJP Headquar- ters. After holding talks, Nadda said, “The people of Rajasthan will bless the BJP in coming as- sembly polls. “The dark deeds of Congress lead- ers are in red diary. Ra- jasthan is known as land of peace and rituals, but for last few years, Cong has spoiled situation of Rajasthan. Farmers are feeling helpless cheat- ed,” added Nadda. P8 JP Nadda seeks blessings of Moti Dungri Ganeshji on Saturday. Also seen here are Kailash Choudhary, CP Joshi, Vijaya Rahatkar, Mahant Kailash Sharma and others. SUNIL SHARMA BJP rejigs team, ex-AMU V-C among new VPs First India Bureau New Delhi JP Nadda on Saturday re- vamped his team. In all, his team of office-bearers now has 13 VPs, 9 gen- eral secretaries 13 sec- retaries. The major in- ductees include Bandi Sanjay Kumar as general secretary and former Ali- garh Muslim University V-C Tariq Mansoor is ap- pointed asVP. P5 P8
  • 2. RAJASTHAN www.firstindia.co.in firstindia.co.in/epapers/jaipur thefirstindia thefirstindia thefirstindia 02 Jaipur, Sunday | July 30, 2023 LAND FERTILITY VS INDUSTRIALISATION Villagers protest against Oil company’s waste Mukesh Mathrani Barmer undreds of vil- lagers in Ra- jasthan’s Bar- mer district are staging a protest to save the land fertility in the region which is getting damaged due to the hazardous chemicals and contami- nated waste mud which is being released by the oil company, working in the area. Villagers claimed that they have been fac- ing the situation for the past four-five years but with each passing day it is constantly increasing and at present the situa- tion is that hazardous chemicals have started polluting the irrigation water. Villagers said that the company discharged the contaminated waste mud containing hazardous chemicals into the land by pressure pump ma- chines inside the waste pits located near the oil wells. Due to this, the ir- rigation water from tube wells is getting spoiled which further is not only affecting the land fertility but also damaging the ready crops. Locals from more than a dozen villag- ers have been staging a protest for the past one week and now they have announced that if their is- sue has not been ad- dressed, they will inten- sify their protest and cre- ate hurdles in the com- pany operations. Trilokaram Choud- hary, Sarpanch of Khanji Ka Tala panchayat, said that many times they ap- proached the Cairn Oil and Gas company offi- cials and requested them to take note. Choudhary said that whenever they met the authorities, they blamed them for inter- rupting industrial devel- opment in the area. Ziauddin Khan Jaipur Very heavy rainfall oc- curred at some places in eastern Rajasthan during the 24-hour period till Sat- urday morning. Jaipur re- corded a maximum of 16 cm rainfall, followed by Lalsot in Dausa which re- ceived 12 cm rainfall. Bhim, Atru, Neem ka Thana recorded 9, 8 and 7 cm rainfall, respectively. Minister Pratap Singh Khachariyawas visited several rains-hit areas and gave necessary di- rections to officials. SDRF teams were alert and engaged in rescue and relief works in differ- ent areas. “Due to new circulation system, there is a strong possibility of heavy rainfall in Bharat- pur and Jaipur divisions,” weather department said. First India Bureau Jaipur A woman has registered a complaint against her husband and brother-in- law in Jhotwara police station here for raping her and forcing her into flesh trade. The 39-year-old vic- tim said that in order to repay the debts, her hus- band forced her to sleep with people he borrowed money from. She was even assaulted for pro- testing and trying to leave the house. Locals protesting in Barmer on Friday. Several streets got waterlogged after a bout of rains on Saturday. A wall collapsed at Yadav colony in Jaipur after rain on Saturday. Traffic jams were scene at several places after heavy rain in Jaipur. Company officials are not accepting villagers’ claims. They said that they have examined the issue and there is no connection between oil extraction and water pollution H Heavy rainfall warning in Jaipur, Bharatpur districts. SDRF teams on alert, relief operations underway THE MONSOON MADNESS JAIPURITESWAKEUPTO‘JAL-PUR’ LABOURER DIES AFTER HEAP OF MUD CAVES IN 19-YR-OLD BOY WASHED AWAY IN RAIN WATER, SISTER DIES BY SUICIDE 7 INJURED AS HOUSE COLLAPSES IN JAIPUR; NEARLY 30 HOUSES COLLAPSE IN BIKANER 14-YEAR-OLD BOY DROWNS WHILE CROSSING AN OVERFLOWING RIVER IN BHILWARA 4 TRAINS CANCELLED, TRACKS WATERLOGGED A labourer died after getting buried in a pit in Jaipur while he was digging it. Fellow labourers took out his body. The father of the deceased has registered a case of death due to negligence against the contractor. Police said that Atar Singh (25), a resident of Shivpuri, Madhya Pradesh, worked as a labourer in Jaipur. On July 26, he was working in Hanuman Nagar. Singh was digging when soil above collapsed and he got bur- ied. After about 15 minutes, he was pulled out. He was rushed to a hospital where doctors declared him dead. In Bikaner, 19-year- old boy, identified as Sandeep Khileri got washed away when he went to see the rain water. After about half an hour’s struggle, he was taken out. By then he had died. When his sister Rekha Khileri (22) got news of her brother’s death, she herself jumped into a ditch and died. On Saturday afternoon, Sand- eep from Bajju had gone to see Barsati river with his friends. Onlookers at the accident site told that from where Sandeep was stand- ing, a part of soil washed away taking him along. Seven members of a family got injured after their house collapsed in Bhatta Basti in Jaipur following heavy rains. After getting informa- tion, Civil Defence in-charge Amit Sharma and his team arrived. Meanwhile, nearly 30 houses collapsed in various areas of Bikaner due to incessant rains. In Bajju, the boundary wall of a water body in Gandhi village was also broken. No casualties were reported. A 14-year-old boy died due to drowning in Kothari river of Delas village in Bhilwara. The water was about two feet high. Vishnu died due to drowning in water after he slipped into the river while crossing the culvert. Villagers informed Kareda police about the accident. The deceased was a resident of Delas village. Several incidents of mis- hap are being reported following heavy rain in region. Heavy rains in Jaipur led to cancel- lation of four trains. Waterlogging was seen at Jaipur railway station. Cap- tain Shashi Kiran, Chief PRO of NWR said that train number 19702 has been partially cancelled. Besides, train number 04801 between Sikar- Jaipur has been partially cancelled. Trains that were cancelled on Saturday were train number 4861, 09730, 09635, and 09636. The partially cancelled are train number 09605/09606 and 12991/12992. Trains 09603 and 09729 were cancelled on Saturday. Waterlogged streets of Jaipur as Mansagar Lake overflowed on Saturday. Meanwhile, several areas of city reported rain-related mishaps. SANTOSH SHARMA, SUNIL SHARMA, MUKESH KIRADOO Husbandforceswifeintofleshtrade Accused also made the victim sleep with her brother-in-law THREE POLICEMEN HELD FOR MOLESTING FEMALE CONSTABLE Bhilwara: Three policemen were held in Bhilwara for allegedly molesting a female constable. The victim filed a complaint to Bhilwara SP against Pratap Nagar Police Station constable Sunil Vishnoi. “The accused allegedly filmed obscene videos of the victim on June 27 and then black- mailed her on social media. Following the orders of the SP, a case was registered against policemen Ramniwas Vishnoi, Sunil Kumar and Suresh Vishnoi. 3 INCLUDING A WOMAN HELD IN B’LORE IN GANGRAPE CASE OF MINOR FROM JAIPUR GOVT SCHOOL TEACHER SUSPENDED FOR INDECENT BEHAVIOUR WITH STUDENTS A minor girl was gangraped on pretext of providing a job. She had gone missing from her home but the police rescued her. Two accused Manish and Karan have been arrested in Bangalore. Police also held a woman, who had assisted the culprits. She had sent the minor girl to Bangalore after deceiving her. A teacher of a government school in Prata- pgarh’s Vermandal has been arrested over allegations of indulging in indecent acts with girl students. Kotwali police station arrested the teacher. Earlier, the education department had put the accused teacher on APO. Now, he has been suspended on the orders of Collector. IN THE COURTYARD 5 persons get life term for murder in Jhalawar; had tried to make murder look like accident! Court orders filing of a duping case against Yoga Guru Baba Ramdev in Kota’s Gumanpura Kota: A special court in Jhalawar has sentenced five persons, including three brothers, to life imprisonment for murdering a man five years ago. Special judge Ghan- shyam Sharma also slapped a fine of Rs 10,000 on each of the five convicts, Kanhiram, Rajaram, Sujan Singh, Gyan Singh and Bhagwan Singh. According to the prosecution, Sultan Singh, died in an accident while travelling with his family. A FSL report, call recordings and mobile locations helped unearth a planned conspiracy to murder Sultan Singh. Kota: An ADJ court in Kota has ordered an investiga- tion against Yoga Guru Baba Ramdev in a case of duping. The Additional Sessions Court No. 1 allowed the petition filed by one Neeraj Tiwari and directed Gumanpura Police Station SHO to register a case and investigate the matter. Petitioner’s advocate Lokesh Saini informed that the complainant filed a complaint of duping against Yoga Guru Baba Ram Dev on July 9, 2020, in ACJM – 5 as well. Beniwal: 3rd front will succeed in Rajasthan First India Bureau Jaipur Rashtriya Loktantrik Party supremo Hanuman Beniwal addressing a press conference at his Jaalupura residence on Saturday said that expen- sive millet, paper leak, ERPC and crimes are troubling the people here. Beniwal said, “Ra- jasthan tops in crime. Congress and BJP are colluding. Congress leader Harish Choudhary is only making state- ments about expensive millets. The Central gov- ernment should waive off farmers’ loans.” He said that the third front will succeed in Rajasthan. Hanuman Beniwal addressing the media on Saturday. Jaipur: Two people died of snakebite in separate incidents. A fe- male farmer working in field died due to snake- bite in Sagwara of Dun- garpur. She was rushed to the hospital but died during treatment. In an- other case, Kamalram Jatav (60), died of snakebite while work- ing on a farm in Bharat- pur. Police have kept body for post-mortem. Two persons die of snakebiteinDungarpur andBharatpurdistricts Pali: A young man committed suicide by hanging himself from a tree in his farm in Ro- hat police station area in Pali. Jaitpur police reached the spot after getting information. Po- lice took the body for post-mortem. The rea- son for suicide is not known. The deceased, Ramlal Meena, was a resident of Murdia. Youth dies by hanging self from tree in Pali, police launches probe IN BRIEF Hanumangarh: A hus- band and wife climbed a water tank over a dis- pute related to a piece of land in Dholipal in Hanumangarh. They ac- cused the Sarpanch of taking possession of their land illegally. They have threatened with self-immolation if their demands are not met. Elderly couple climbs water tank over land dispute with sarpanch Rape victim attempts suicide due to lack of action in case Alwar: Troubled by lack of action in rape case, a married woman attempt- ed suicide by consuming poison. On receiving in- formation, Akbarpur po- lice station in-charge Premlata reached the spot and took the state- ment of the victim. The victim is currently under treatment at a hospital.
  • 3. RAJASTHAN www.firstindia.co.in firstindia.co.in/epapers/jaipur thefirstindia thefirstindia thefirstindia 03 Jaipur, Sunday | July 30, 2023 GIFTS AFTER NIKAH Alwar’s Anju gets ‘flat worth `40 lakh and other gifts’in Pakistan Rashpal Singh Jaipur nju Rafael, a mother of two who went to Pakistan from Bhiwadi in Alwar of Rajasthan and reportedly married her Facebook friend Nasrullah in a Muslim tradition there, has now reportedly got a flat worth Rs 40 lakh. Ac- cording to the media re- ports in Pakistan and a video shared on social media, a businessman in Pakistan has gifted the flat toAnju. She changed her name to Fatima. The video of a man handing over some docu- ments toAnju and others giving her gifts in the presence of Nasrullah and his family members has gone viral. The cou- ple has, however, so far not openly accepted their marriage but the authori- ties in Dir region of Paki- stan have claimed the nikah ceremony hap- pened at the district courts in Upper Dir. It is reported thatAnju has converted to Islam is now known as Fatima. She is scheduled to re- turn to India on August 20 when her visa expires. Screengrab of a video where a businessman in Pakistan is seen gifting the flat to Anju Rafael. Nasrullah and others also seen. A First India Bureau Kekri A young man brutally killed an 80-year-old with an axe in the Bheru Gate area of Kekri. Po- lice have arrested the ac- cused youth. According to information, Harlal Regar was going to a temple on Saturday when Ramavatar Regar at- tacked him with an axe in his neck. After the old man fell down, the ac- cused again attacked him with the axe. The man died on the spot. The accused then fled the spot. Soon, a huge crowd gathered. On get- ting info, police reached the spot and arrested the accused from the roof of the Ramdev temple. First India Bureau Jaipur The Pradesh Congress Committee (PCC) Head- quarters located at SC Road in Jaipur is strug- gling with space crunch these days. Following recent appointments, there is no place left to sit for office-bearers in PCC Headquarters. Sources informed that there are 121 secretaries in PCC, but there is not enough space to ensure their des- ignated sitting arrange- ments. “No rooms are available for various cells of PCC while state vice-presidents also do not have space to sit. The space in PCC is very less as compared to BJP and that is why many office bearers do not come to PCC,” said sources. First India Bureau Jaipur In the case related to a girl going to Pakistan, now shocking truth has come out in this whole episode. According to the sources, the girl was studying while living in Chomu and one of her classmates had be- friended her with a young man from Lahore on Instagram. Not only this, the girl was taught to read Namaz. There are five sisters and a brother in girl’s family and her fa- ther is posted inArmy in Jaisalmer. She was detained at Jaipur airport on Friday while trying to go to Pa- kistan without any docu- ments. She neither had a phone nor an ID card. Satyanarayan Sharma Jaipur New SHOs have been appointed in 64 police stations including ap- pointments in traffic and other branches of the commissionerate. Police Commissioner Anand Srivastava issued the or- ders of the new appoint- ments. Zaheer Abbas was appointed as the Pratap Nagar police sta- tion in-charge, while Suresh Kumar will take charge as Malpura Gate police station officer. While Amar Singh Charan, Rajkumar Mee- na,Arun Kumar, Rajveer Singh and Mahesh Ku- mar will be designated as Vidhayakpuri, Sodala, Ramnagariya, Ashok Nagar and Mahesh Na- gar police station in- charges respectively. Similarly, Poonam Kumari, Arvind Singh, and Sitaram Khoja were appointed police officers for Malviya Nagar, Jawahar Circle and Jyoti Nagar. First India Bureau Jaipur The recently sighted three tiger cubs of ti- gress T-111 at Ranth- ambhore tiger reserve were named by CM Ge- hlot on Saturday. Inter- estingly, the mother of the cubs - Tigress T-17 - is known as Krishna, after MLA and Olympi- an Krishna Poonia. Gehlot tweeted on Saturday, “To make In- ternational Tiger Day more historic, three cubs (two tigers and one ti- gress) of Ranthambore’s tigress T-111 have been named ‘Chiranjeevi’, ‘Chirayu’ and ‘Avani’. Tigress T-17 was named Krishna after the 2010 Commonwealth Games gold medalist Krishna Poonia. Similarly, now a cub will be named Avani after Paralympic medal- ist Avani Lekhara.” BJPleaderscornerCong onreddiary,laworder Naresh Sharma Jaipur BJP state president CP Joshi and former presi- dent BJP leader Arun Chaturvedi held press conferences on Saturday and condemned the state govt over various issues including law and order. On the question of making Vasundhara Raje the CM face of BJP, CP Joshi said, “All this will be decided by the Parlia- mentary board. The re- sponsibility which party decides for every leader, it is discharged,” he said. About the red diary controversy, Joshi said that a Congress leader has now accepted that he had a red diary and that former minister Rajendra Gudha had gone to his house. “Red diary mentions transactions up to Delhi. The Chief Minister should come forward and tell about this,” he said. Chaturvedi said that cornered the state gov- ernment by counting cases of crime in the last 24 hours. “Is there rule of law or jungle rule in Ra- jasthan. Where is the one who used to say that she is a woman and can fight? Can’t she see any- thing in Rajasthan? Ra- jasthan will no longer tolerate crime,” he said. Manoj Jain Karauli Chief Secretary Usha Sharma visited Karauli on Saturday and inspect- ed various works here. Sharma inspected the Luv Kush Vatika under construction at a cost of Rs 90 lakh. She said that the environment must be protected by planting more saplings. Sharma also inspected the Veterinary hospital, Indira Rasoi on road- ways bus stand, Devnarayan Hostel, Ma- hatma Gandhi School in Hindaun City, Angan- wadi centre and Krishi Vigyan Kendra in Dhindhora. She will also inspect the RIICO indus- trial area in Hindaun. The Chief Secretary inspected the medical college under construc- tion. CollectorAnkit Ku- mar Singh and SP Mam- ta Gupta accompanied her. Sharma also inspect- ed various rooms of the under-construction Medical College. CP Joshi Arun Chaturvedi Usha Sharma visited Kaila Devi Temple in Karauli on Saturday, Also seen are Ankit Kumar Singh others. Deceased Harlal Regar accused Ramavatar Regar. CM announces names for 3 R’bore tigers CS inspects various works in Karauli Man kills 80-year-old with an axe in Kekri, arrested Office-bearers of Congress facing space crunch at PCC Girl trying to go to Pakistan was taught to offer namaz by friend New SHOs appointed in 64 police stations of Jaipur city COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTRE BADGAON OF UDAIPUR WILL BE UPGRADED TO SATELLITE HOSP KOTA REMAINS TENSE AS ROW OVER TAZIA PROCESSIONS REMAINS ON CM Ashok Gehlot has approved the proposal to upgrade Udaipur’s Badgaon Community Health Center to Satellite Hospital. Along with this, approval has also been given to increase the number of beds in the hospital from 30 to 50. With this approval of Gehlot, the health infrastructure will be strengthened and better medical facilities will be available to the common people at the local level. HALF DAY HOLIDAY IN JAIPUR CITY ON TEEJ FAIR All the offices, undertakings and educational institu- tions of the state government located in Jaipur city will have a half-day holiday on the first day of Teej fair on August 19. CM Ashok Gehlot approved the proposal to this effect. It is worth mentioning that this time Teej fair will be organized on August 19 and Budhi Teej fair on August 20. TaziaprocessionsmarkMuharram Shia Muslims mourn during a Muharram procession on the day of ‘Ashura’, in Ajmer on Saturday. ANAND SHARMA Huge tazias were taken out during processions in the Walled City, Jaipur on Saturday. SANTOSH SHARMA he controversy seems to increase over the Muharram tajia procession in the Kota city, wherein two communities came face to face in Kundanpur town of Sangod. Even the exercise of persuasion going on since night did not yield results. The town markets remained closed and heavy police were deployed in the market area. Police-administrative officers includ- ing SDM Divyaraj Singh, ASP Jasveer Meena, and others were present at spot. T
  • 4. TOP TWEETS SPIRITUAL SPEAK Congratulations, Madhya Pradesh! With 785 tigers as per the latest tiger estimation exercise, MP is the Leading Tiger State of India! This reflect MP’s commitment to conserving tigers through intensive protection and monitoring by involving local communities. Bhupender Yadav @byadavbjp Happiness will never come tothosewhofailtoappreciate what they already have. BUDDHA PERSPECT VE www.firstindia.co.in firstindia.co.in/epapers/jaipur thefirstindia thefirstindia thefirstindia 04 Jaipur, Sunday | July 30, 2023 IN-DEPTH NCP CHIEF PAWAR KEEPS OPPOSITION ON TENTERHOOKS embers of the Opposition grouping I.N.D.I.A must be apprehensively watching every move of Sharad Pawar who is expected to share the dais with Prime Minister Narendra Modi in Pune on August 1, the 103rd death anniversary of Lokmanya Tilak. The award will be conferred on Modi for awakening the feeling of patriotism among Indians. If Pawar confers the honour, the setback to I.N.D.I.Awould be huge. The grouping is totally un- prepared for that. Nobody can read the wily Maratha leader’s mind. Pawar himself is quiet on whether he will attend the function as chief guest. Sharad Pawar also held his cards close to his chest after his nephew Ajit Pa- war and NCPMPPraful Patel met him and urged him to join the group to support the BJP. This is why the Opposition grouping fears a shock blow from the Maratha strongman. Even if Pawar does not agree to support the BJP, conferring the honour on Modi would be enough to demoralise the Opposition. M SAUDIS TO HELP SET UP GWADAR REFINERY audi Arabia will collaborate with five Paki- stani companies to set up the oil refinery project at Gwadar, a strategic deep sea port. Saudi oil giant Aramco will execute the Greenfield project in which the Saudis will invest $10 billion. The project is located in the troubled Balochistan province of Pakistan where security has been a major issue even for the Chinese workers.Aramco will pro- vide 30 percent of the equity with the Pakistani com- panies putting in the remaining 70 percent. The deal is being seen as a boost to economic and strategic relations between the two countries and a boon for Pakistan which has been going through an unprece- dented economic cri- sis. Pakistan’s credi- bility due to financial mismanagement had fallen so low that last year Saudis are learnt to have refused to give interest-free loan to Islamabad. Saudis were also re- portedly reluctant to enter into an agree- ment for Gwadar port with the Tehreek-e- Insaaf Party govern- ment of Imran Khan. What has weighed in favour of Pakistan is that both Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif has allowed the army chief SyedAsim Munir the space which was not there during Imran Khan’s tenure. So far the Saudi-Pakistan ties have failed to harm the bilateral relations between India and SaudiArabia and India and the United Arab Emirates. This was evident from the silent support the two countries ex- tended after Article 370 was scrapped to alter the status of JK. So much so, Pakistan was forced to toe the Saudi line and withdraw from the parallel OIC which Malaysia and Turkey had considered forming. S Saudi Arabia will collaborate with five Pakistani companies to set up the oil refinery project at Gwadar, a strategic deep sea port. Saudi oil giant Aramco will execute the Greenfield project in which the Saudis will invest $10 billion ABOUT THE PLAYERS India’s spinning combina- tion also needs to be final- ized with Chahal, Kuldeep , Jadeja and Axar in the mix. A late addition to the World Cup squad could be Ravi Ashwin who provides an off-spinning option in the lineup. Axar and Jadeja have the same skillset and many feel Ashwin should get the nod to lend variety and experience to the spin attack. After the Windies trip, besides the Asia Cup, India has just 3 ODIs left to play and needs to find a settled unit. An important facet of the 2011 World Cup win was that India had a settled side and made only a few changes in the playing 11 all through the Cham- pionship. Ironically, this time with just 2 months left for the World Cup, only a handful of players have sure spots while most of the team is still rather unclear! IndiaThumpsWindiesasBuild UpforODIWorldCupBegins eam India comfortably beat theWin- dies in the first ODI of the 3-match series by 5 wickets.Though India stut- tered in reaching a paltry target of 115, it had more to do with their aggressive style of play which ended thematchinjust45.5overs! The magic weaved by In- dian spinners was way too much for Windies batsmen who were dismissed for their second lowest ODI score ever against India. Batting first, Windies began badly as seamers Hardik Pandya, Shardul Thakur and debutant Mukesh Kumar picked up a wicket each inside the first 10 overs. A partner- ship between captain Shai Hope and Shimron Het- myer took them to 88. But the spin combo of Ravin- dra Jadeja and Kuldeep Yadav triggered a dramatic collapse taking 7 wickets for 26 runs in just 44 balls! In reply, India lost Shub- man Gill early but Ishan Kishan hit his 4th ODI half century to guide India to an easy win. The scorecard may suggest that India found it hard to chase as they lost 5 wickets but it was more due to extreme help for spinners from the pitch.Also, India promoted its youngsters up the order to find their batting rhythm. Rohit Sharma came in at no.7 and Virat Kohli was not even needed to bat! This series, however, is not just about beating the Windies who have declined sharply in the last few years as a force in limited overs cricket. Just recently, Win- dies cricket hit a new low by failing to qualify for the upcoming ODIWorld Cup. As such, it’s a complete mismatch between these two sides – while Windies won’t figure in the World Cup, India is one of the fa- vourites! This series is far more about finetuning India’s preparations for the Asia Cup in August-September and the World Cup in Oc- tober-November. India will like to cement their best combination going ahead and the current se- ries provides an opportu- nity for many players. Ide- ally, India would like Suryakumar Yadav, Ishan Kishan and Sanju Samson to find their batting mojo while Yuzvendra Chahal, KuldeepYadav and Umran Malik could get their bowl- ing rhythm back as they haven’t played any inter- national cricket of late. India’s batting revolves mainly around Rohit Shar- ma and Virat Kohli but there are a few spots up for grabs to solidify the mid- dle order. With Rishabh Pant injured and almost certain to miss the World Cup, Sanju Samson and Ishan Kishan are in line to stake a claim for that role. Samson has a terrific bat- ting average of 66 from 11 One Dayers while Kishan is among the very few who have hit a double century in the 50 over format. If K.L Rahul, the original re- placement for Pant, doesn’t recover in time for theAsia Cup, it’s a direct Samson- Kishan contest for the wicketkeeper spot. Also, T20 specialist SuryakumarYadav is vying for the No 4 spot in the bat- ting order earlier held by Shreyas Iyer who is cur- rentlybattlingabackinjury. Surya got a good start in the first ODI against the Wind- ies but failed to capitalise. With little time left for the World Cup, Surya needs to iron out his chinks quickly if he’s to be a strong con- tender to bat at number 4. The biggest concern for India is their growing in- jury list.The latest addition is Mohammed Siraj who left for India after the Win- dies Test series complain- ing of ankle pain. Current- ly, the three first-choice pacers - Bumrah, Shami, Siraj - are going through injury concerns. Luckily, there’s good news on the Bumrah front as BCCI claims he may play in the Ireland T20 series after a better than expected rehab at the National Cricket Academy. Shami is being rested after the extra work- load he has shouldered in Bumrah’s absence. India’s spinning combi- nation also needs to be fi- nalized with Chahal, Kul- deep , Jadeja and Axar in the mix. A late addition to the World Cup squad could be Ravi Ashwin who pro- vides an off-spinning op- tion in the lineup.Axar and Jadeja have the same skill- set and many feel Ashwin should get the nod to lend variety and experience to the spin attack. After the Windies trip, besides theAsia Cup, India has just 3 ODIs left to play and needs to find a settled unit. An important facet of the 2011 World Cup win was that India had a settled side and made only a few changes in the playing 11 all through the Champion- ship. Ironically, this time with just 2 months left for the World Cup, only a handful of players have sure spots while most of the team is still rather un- clear! THE VIEWS EXPRESSED BY THE AUTHOR ARE PERSONAL This series is far more about finetuning India’s preparations for the Asia Cup in August- September and the World Cup in October- November. India will like to cement their best combination going ahead and the current series provides an opportunity for many players. Ideally, India would like Suryakumar Yadav, Ishan Kishan and Sanju Samson to find their batting mojo while Yuzvendra Chahal, Kuldeep Yadav and Umran Malik could get their bowling rhythm back as they haven’t played any international cricket of late. T Siddhaarth Mahan The writer is a specialist on Sports and Cinema who works as an actor in the Hindi film industry Democracy is helpless in Bengal, humanity is ashamed. Due to the instigation of Mamta Didi, criminals, goons and rioters are ruling in Bengal today. Law and order is broken, the public is suffering. Trinamool party is giving protection to the criminals in Mamta’s rule, is nurturing them. Anurag Thakur @ianuragthakur l Vol 5 l Issue No. 54 l RNI NO. RAJENG/2019/77764. Printed and published by Anita Hada Sangwan on behalf of First Express Publishers. Printed at Bhaskar Printing Press, D.B. Corp Limited, Shivdaspura, Tonk Road, Jaipur. Published at 304, 3rd Floor, City Mall, Bhagwan Das Road, C-Scheme, Jaipur-302001, Rajasthan. Phone 0141-4920504. Editor-In-Chief: Dr Jagdeesh Chandra Editor: Anita Hada Sangwan responsible for selection of news under the PRB Act
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  • 6. INDIA www.firstindia.co.in firstindia.co.in/epapers/jaipur thefirstindia thefirstindia thefirstindia 05 Jaipur, Sunday | July 30, 2023 BRAINSTORMING SESSION Om Birla inaugurates CPA meet in Shillong Aishwary Pradhan Shillong ok Sabha Speaker Om Birla on Satur- day inaugurated the four-day 20th annual conference of the Com- monwealth Parliamen- tary Association (CPA) India Region which was held at the Meghalaya Legislative Assembly building, Rilbong. The four-day confer- ence will deliberate on naturaldisastersandstrat- egies for management with special reference to the northeast region. Meghalaya Chief Minister Conrad K Sangma, Rajya Sabha Deputy Chairman Hari- vansh Narayan Singh, Megalaya Assembly Speaker Thomas A Sangma and Arunachal Pradesh Assembly Speaker Pasang D Sona were also present during the inaugural function of the conference. The MLAs of the Meghalaya Legislative Assembly and other dig- nitaries were also present. In his inaugural ad- dress,LokSabhaSpeaker recalled how former Lok Sabha Speaker, late Pur- noAgitokSangmaforbe- ing instrumental in the formation of Common- wealth ParliamentaryAs- sociation India Region. Earlier, Lok Sabha Speaker was received by Chief Minister, Assem- bly Speaker, Deputy Chief Minister, Prestone Tynsong, Leader of Op- position, Ronnie V. Lyn- gdoh among others on his arrival at the Megha- laya Legislative Assem- bly building, Rilbong. Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla addresses four-day 20th annual conference of the Commonwealth Parliamentary Association, in Shillong on Saturday. @OMBIRLAKOTA L jkt-la o kn@lh@23@6643 OppndelegationreachesImphal Meitei people participate in a rally organised by Coordinating Committee on Manipur Integrity (COCOMI) amid ongoing ethnic violence in Manipur, in Imphal, on Saturday. PTI A delegation of I.N.D.I.A parties MPs prior to leaving for Manipur, at airport in New Delhi, on Saturday. PTI Guv Anusuiya Uikey with a child born in a relief camp. ANI Imphal A 21-member delegation from the Opposition grand alliance — I.N.D.I.A— on Saturday arrived in Imphal as part of a two-day visit to vio- lence-hit Manipur. After setting foot to the state, the Opposition leaders said the purpose of their visit was to “rep- resent the demands of the people”. Speaking to ANI after arriving at Im- phal airport, Congress MP Gaurav Gogoi, who had earlier filed a mo- tion of confidence against the Centre in the Lok Sabha, over the Ma- nipur situation, said, “We want the people to be heard. We are going to convey their demand in Parliament. We have come to represent the people of Manipur and their concerns.” Fellow Congress MP from the Lower House, Adhir Ranjan Chowd- hury, told ANI, “We will put forward several de- mands to the Manipur Governor. However, we want to conduct a public survey and also hold dis- cussions among our- selves before taking any call (on the demands).” “Here to represent people of Manipur”: say Oppn MPs Imphal: Manipur Governor Anusuiya Uikey on Saturday urged the visiting I.N.D.I.A. leaders to contribute to the restoration of peace and order to the violence-hit Northeast. She also called on all parties and stake- holders help put the state back on track. 21-MEMBER DELEGATION OF I.N.D.I.A. ALLIANCE GIVES PAIN TO ALL OF US: BIRLA THAKUR TEARS INTO OPPOSITION NARAVANE HINTS AT CHINA’S ROLE GUVURGESOPPNMPs TOHELPRESTOREPEACE The 21-member I.N.D.I.A. delegation includes Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury, Gaurav Gogoi, K Suresh and Phulo Devi Netam (Congress); Rajiv Ranjan Lalan Singh (JDU); Sushmita Dev (TMC); Kanimozhi (DMK); San- dosh Kumar (CPI); AA Rahim (CPI-M), Manoj Jha (RJD); Javed Ali Khan (SP); Mahua Maji (JMM); PP Mohd Faizal (NCP); Aneel Prasad Hegde (JD-U), ET Mohd Basheer (IUML); NK Premachandran (RSP); Sushil Gupta (AAP); Arvind Sawant (Shiv Sena-UBT); D Ravikumar, Thiru Thol Thirumavalavan (VCK); and Jayant Singh (RLD). Shillong: LS Speaker Om Birla on Saturday called for peace in Manipur, saying the incidents the state witnessed since the outbreak of violence on May 3 are “pain- ful”. Only peace can bring prosperity in the state and the region, Speaker Birla said. Kolkata: Even as Op- position MPs reached Imphal for a two-day fact finding visit to Ma- nipur, Union Minister Anurag Thakur came down heavily on the I.N.D.I.A bloc saying they never spoke up when the Northeast state burned during their rule. New Delhi: Amid the Manipur crisis, former Army Chief General MM Naravane said that involvement of foreign agencies ‘cannot be ruled out’, hinting at role of ‘Chi- nese aid to various insurgent groups’. PTI Rameswaram Under Prime Minister Nar- endra Modi’s leadership the nation is making giant stridesinspacetechnology, a vision nurtured by iconic scientist and late President APJ Abdul Kalam, Union Home Minister Amit Shah said here on Saturday. At launch event of the book “Dr APJ Abdul Kal- am,MemoriesNeverDie,” here, Shah hailed Kalam for his yeoman services to India’s space technology. Shah said, “Under PM Modi’s leadership oppor- tunities in space science for our students, youth and theirstartupsareopen.APJ Abdul Kalam’s dream of achievements in space sci- ence will be accomplished by PM Modi’s innovations and new initiatives.” Following the late for- mer President’s footsteps, under PM Modi’s leader- ship, the nation launched 55 spacecraft missions, 50 launch vehicle missions and 11 student satellites, Amit Shah noted. Agencies New Delhi In the second major rejig in less than a month, Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) National President JP Nadda on Saturday released a list of the par- ty’s new central office- bearers, including fresh faces as vice presidents and general secretaries. The organisational re- shuffles and new ap- pointments ahead of the 2024 Lok Sabha polls are part of the saffron party’s new social repre- sentation strategy and is being seen by political analysts as an attempt by the party to project itself as more inclusive. The new office bear- ers include former Ali- garh Muslim University (AMU) vice-chancellor Tariq Mansoor as one of its vice presidents. The appointment of Man- soor, now a BJP MLC in Uttar Pradesh, is being seen as part of the par- ty’s overtures to Pas- manda (backward) Muslims. Kerala leader Abdulla Kutty is another member from the minority com- munity on the list. Saroj Pandey, a Rajya Sabha MP from Chhat- tisgarh; and Lata Usen- di, a tribal leader from Chhattisgarh, have been made vice presidents — underscoring the party’s focus on the poll-bound state where the Con- gress is in power. Former UP BJP presi- dent and Rajya Sabha MP Laxmikant Bajpai is one of the two new vice presidents. Radha Mohan Agraw- al, a Rajya Sabha MP from Uttar Pradesh, is one of the two new faces on the list, which has nine general secretaries, seven of whom retain their position. The new secretaries are Anil Antony, son of veteran Congress leader AK Antony; as well as Surendra Singh Nagar and Kamakhya Prasad Tasa, Rajya Sabha MPs from UP and Assam, re- spectively. Nagar is an influential Gurjar leader from western UP while Tasa has long been the face of tea tribes in the northeastern state. The appointment of Bandi Sanjay Kumar as general secretary, weeks after his removal as the Telangana BJP presi- dent, is a possible signal to the party cadres that he remains valuable to the national leadership, and that his ouster was a tactical call taken in the context of political re- alities in the southern state, a PTI report said citing sources. Former Chief Minis- ters Raman Singh, Vasundhara Raje, and Raghubar Das are among the seasoned leaders re- tained as vice presidents in the new list. Arun Singh, Kailash Vijayvargiya, Dushy- ant Kumar Gautam, Tarun Chugh, Sunil Bansal, and Vinod Tawde also continue as general secretaries. BJP brings in fresh faces with eye on assembly, Lok Sabha elections More than 1 cr suggestions received over UCC: Meghwal New appointments are part of BJP’s new social representation strategy for polls ANI Chandigarh Union Law Minister Arjun Ram Meghwal on Saturday said that the Law Commission has received more than one crore sugges- tions regarding the Uniform Civil Code. He said, “At this time we have received more than one crore suggestions. Deci- sions will be taken af- ter the discussion of these suggestions. Whatever step will be taken, everyone will be informed”. He said that the government is seeking suggestions on UCC from every person and every sec- tion of the country. The Law Commis- sion of India on Friday decided not to further extend the time period for submission of sug- gestions from the pub- lic on the Uniform Civil Code (UCC). Delhi court denies ‘default bail’ to 3 PFI members Five get life sentence for killing man in 2015 New Delhi: A Delhi court has denied “default bail” to three members of the banned PFI, who are accused in a money-laundering case related to alleged terror activities. Special Judge Shailender Malik dismissed the applications of accused Mohd Ilias, Mohd Perwez Ahmed and Abdul Muqeet, seeking default bail in the money-laundering case. Bahraich: A local court sentenced five men to life term in an eight-year-old murder case, a court official said on Saturday. ASJ (4th) Anand Shukla announced the verdict on Friday in the murder that took place in 2015 in Visheshwarganj area, Govt Advocate (Criminal) Munnu Lal Mishra said. IN THE COURTYARD Justice Upadhyay takes oath as CJ of Bombay High Court Mumbai: Justice Devendra Kumar Upadhyay was on Saturday sworn in as Chief Justice of the Bombay High Court here. Maharashtra Governor Ramesh Bais administered the oath of office to Justice Upadhyay at a function held at Raj Bhavan in the afternoon on Saturday. MANIPUR VIOLENCE HMShahhailsKalam,says Indiaadvancinginspace Home Minister Amit Shah speaks during the launch of a book ‘Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam, Memories Never Die’, in Rameswaram, on Saturday. PTI Prime Minister Narendra Modi meets veteran BJP leader Murli Manohar Joshi, in New Delhi on Saturday. ANI Vasundhara Raje Raman Singh Raghubar Dass
  • 7. INDIA www.firstindia.co.in firstindia.co.in/epapers/jaipur thefirstindia thefirstindia thefirstindia 06 Jaipur, Sunday | July 30, 2023 WFI ELECTIONS Brij Bhushan calls meeting for discussion ANI New Delhi utgoing Wres- tling Federation of India (WFI) President Brij Bhushan Singh has called for a panel meeting at his home on Sunday ahead of nominations for the elections of the govern- ing body of the sport in the country, which will take place on August 12. Sources said this meeting is called for dis- cussion among the con- testants as to who will file a nomination for which post. The election will take place onAugust 12 and nominations will be filed on August 1. Initially, the WFI elections were post- poned which were set to take place from July 6 to July 11, as per the Indian Olympic Asso- ciation (IOA). Former Jammu and Kashmir High Court Chief Justice Mahesh Mittal Kumar was ap- pointed as the returning officer for the Wrestling Federation of India elec- tions by the Indian Olympic Association. IOA Joint Secretary and Acting CEO Kalyan Chaubey confirmed the appointment of Justice MM Kumar through an official letter, also author- ising him (Kumar) to ap- point anAssistant Return- ing Officer (ARO) and other staff to assist him in conducting the elections. In the election, the members of the execu- tive committee of WFI will be decided. Outgoing WFI President Brij Bhushan Singh has called a panel meeting at his home on Sunday. FILE The IOA organised a three-member ad hoc committee in April as mandated by the Sports Ministry, and two members were named to oversee WFI’s day-to-day activities and pick wrestlers for international events in the interim term O ANI Bhopal MadhyaPradeshhasagain become a tiger state with the maximum number of 785 tigers in the state. According to the latest data released by the Na- tional Tiger Conservation Authority (NTCA) on the occasion of International Tiger Day on Saturday ‘Status ofTigers Co-pred- ators Prey in India, 2022’,thestatehastopped the list of highest number of tigers and again be- came the tiger state. Thelargesttigerpopula- tion is in Madhya Pradesh, followed by Karnataka (563), Uttarakhand (560) and Maharashtra (444). NTCA report also states that Madhya Pradesh has the highest number of six tiger re- serves in the state which include Kanha Tiger Re- serve, Bandhavgarh Ti- ger Reserve, Panna Tiger Reserve, Pench Tiger Reserve, Satpura Tiger Reserve and Sanjay-Du- bri Tiger Reserve. Agencies Hyderabad AninvestmentfraudofRs 712 crore detected by Hy- derabad police last week has highlighted how gul- lible people are becoming victims of fraudsters sit- ting abroad and operating through their local agents using latest tech tools. The case also shows how masterminds based in China are operating without any fear. Their modus operandi also en- sures that they leave no trail of defrauded money. In the latest case, the police made a break- through with the arrest of nine accused from Mum- bai, Lucknow, Gujarat, and Hyderabad for links with fraudsters based in Dubai and China. PTI New Delhi Several houses across six panchayats in the Nan- khari and Kotgarh areas of Shimla district are at risk of sinking due to in- cessant rains in the area. Recent rains led to the sinking of land in a few villages, with many evac- uated to safer places, Deputy Commissioner ShimlaAditya Negi said. We would request the geological experts to conduct a survey to find the reason behind the sinking of land, he said. A cloudburst occurred in the upper areas of Jaban in the Anni area of the Kullu district on Fri- day night, triggering flash floods in Deori Khud. An alert was sounded and the people living along the river bank were shifted to safer places at midnight. The flash flood also caused damage to or- chards and rendered in- accessible Anni-Barsa road in many places. ANI New Delhi Air Force ChiefAir Chief Marshal VR Chaudhari, recently interacted with personnel of a forward fighter base and compli- mented them for their high state of operational preparedness. “During a recent visit to a forward fighter base, Indian Air Force chief Air Chief Marshal VR Chaudhari interacted with personnel of the base and compli- mented them for their high state of operational preparedness,” the Indian Air Force said in a tweet. IAFChiefvisitsforwardfighter base,patstroopsforpreparedness IAF Chief VR Chaudhari interacts with AIF personnel. Vehicles move through the waterlogged Delhi-Gurugram Expressway service road following heavy monsoon rains, in Gurugram, on Saturday. PTI Hyderabad police detected Rs 712 crore investment fraud by Dubai-based Chinese operators and arrested 9 people in this case. ARMY COMMANDER VISITS SHARDA TEMPLE IN JK Srinagar: General Officer Commanding of the Srinagar-based Chinar Corps Lt Gen Rajiv Ghai paid obeisance at the Sharda temple near the Line of Control (LoC) in Jammu and Kashmir’s Kupwara district on Saturday. Lt Gen Ghai, accompanied by his wife, visited the temple and a gurdwara in Teetwal area of the north Kashmir district, Save Sharda Committee chairman Ravinder Pandita said in a statement. Tiger count in Madhya Pradesh rose to 785 from 526 in four years, says CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan INTERNATIONAL TIGER DAY MPagainbecomesstatewithmaximumtigers Children pose for a picture wearing face masks of tigers to celebrate International Tiger Day, in Bengaluru on Saturday. ANI SSTINVESTS `20MNINTIGERCONSERVATIONINTN,K’TAKA Chennai: Sriniva- san Services Trust, the social arm of two and three-wheeler manufacturer TVS Motor Company and Sundaram Clayton Ltd, on Friday said it has invested Rs 20 million towards the conservation of tigers across Tamil Nadu and Karnataka. Srinivasan Services Trust (SST) is dedicated to improving living conditions for staff members of the forest de- partment and to construct- ing anti-poaching camps equipped with solar power and drinking water facilities. “Our commitment to tiger conservation exemplifies our determination that goes beyond just corporate social responsibility. At Srinivasan Services Trust, we embrace the responsibility to lead, inspiring other corporates to take the mantle of environ- mental stewardship,” said SST Chairman Swaran Singh, a retired IAS officer. “By each corporation taking a step forward, we collec- tively amplify the impact of conservation efforts, ensur- ing a brighter future for our wildlife. It is not about us, it is about fostering collabora- tion between governments, non-governmental organisa- tions, and all stakeholders, united under a common cause towards a sustain- able and thriving world,” Swaran Singh said. BIHAR'S VALMIKI TIGER RESERVE RECORDS 75 PER CENT RISE IN TIGER POPULATION Patna: The Valmiki Tiger Reserve, the only national park in Bihar's West Champaran dis- trict, has recorded a 75 per cent increase in tiger count from 31 in 2018 to 54 in 2022. Enthused by the sharp increase of tiger population, the Bihar govt has initiated the process of developing Kaimur Wildlife Sanctuary' measuring 1,504 sqkm into another tiger reserve or tiger-bearing landscape' in the state. Bandana Preyashi, Secretary, Forest Dept, said, “As per report 'Status of Tigers: Co-predators Prey in India-2022', released by the National Tiger Conservation Authority and Wildlife Institute of India, the VTR has recorded a 75 per cent rise in tiger numbers from 31 in 2018 to 54 in 2022.” Torrential rains wreak havoc across several states Houses in Shimla at risk of sinking due to incessant rain IMD PREDICTS HEAVY RAINS IN MANY STATES The IMD forecast moderate to heavy rainfall for many states including Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Himachal, Delhi, Rajasthan, Maharashtra, Telangana, Bihar, Jharkhand etc, for next four days. Light to Moderate fairly widespread to widespread rainfall with isolated heavy rainfall is very likely over Uttara- khand, Himachal, Delhi, Haryana, Chandigarh etc. `300 CR FRAUD VIA 15 CHINESE FAKE APPS New Delhi: The Ut- tarakhand Police this year exposed a mas- sive fraud amounting to Rs 300 crore, done via 15 fake Chinese apps. The web involved cyber criminals lur- ing victims with promises of low-interest loans, to resort to blackmail and harass- ment when the borrowers struggled to repay. THE CHINESE ON PROWL TO CON WITH FAKE APPS New Delhi: In June this year, a complaint alleged that some persons were extorting and blackmailing the public at large on the pretext of providing instant loans by getting access to their mobile data illegally through a Chinese loan app called “Cash Advance”. Howgullibleinvestors wereswindledbythe Chinesein`712crfraud Four killed as car falls into roadside ditch in Tamil Nadu’s Cuddalore on Trichy-Chennai NH Corporate Affairs Ministry officials among 4 accused arrested by CBI in bribery case Cuddalore: Four people died after the car in which they were traveling fell into a roadside ditch near Veppur in the Cuddalore district of Tamil Nadu on Saturday morning, said police. The accident occurred on the Trichy-Chennai National Highway. “Ajith along with his wife and child and mother-in-law were traveling from Chennai to Theni when the car suddenly lost control and fell into a roadside ditch near Veppur next to Chepakkam flyover today early morning,” said an official. New Delhi: The CBI has arrested 4 people, two of them joint director-rank officers posted in Ministry of Corpo- rate Affairs and an associate of Alok Industries, for an alleged bribery of Rs 3 lakh, officials said on Saturday. The arrested include Joint Directors Manjit Singh and Puneet Duggal, Senior Technical Assistant Ruhi Arora, all Ministry officials, and Reshabh Raizada, an associate of Alok Industries. Jharkhand: 4 killed, 10 injured during Muharramprocession Bokaro: Four people died and 10 others suffered burn injuries during a Mo- harram procession in the Bokaro district on Saturday after the Tazia touched high tension wire. The incident happened when the procession carrying the Tazia came in contact with a high-tension electric wire in Khetro Village of Peterwar block. Jharkhand CM Hemant Soren has expressed grief over this incident. 2 arrested for raping minor girl in Bihar’s Araria district Patna: A 17 year-old minor girl has been gang-raped by two people in Araria district. The victim and her mother had gone for a Tazia event organised during Muharram when the girl disappeared. After people searched for the victim, she was found naked in a jute agricul- tural field. The people got hold of the two accused near the agriculture field who have been identified as Mohammad Asfaq and Mohammad Mumtaz. CRUCIAL READ A pair of Royal Bengal tigers at their enclosure at the Assam State Zoo Cum Botanical Garden, in Guwahati on Saturday. ANI
  • 8. NEWS www.firstindia.co.in firstindia.co.in/epapers/jaipur thefirstindia thefirstindia thefirstindia 07 Jaipur, Sunday | July 30, 2023 Promoted by Ashiana Housing Limited FISU WORLD UNIVERSITY GAMES 2023 Bhaker clinches 2 gold medals on opening day ANI Chengdu [China] ndian Olympic shooter Manu Bhakerclinched two gold medals on the first day of FISU World University Games 2023 being held in Chengdu, China on Saturday. On the first day, India finished with four med- als, consisting of three golds and a bronze, as per Olympics.com. Bhaker added to India’s medal tally with a gold in the 10 m air pistol gold. The 21-year-old then joined forces with Yashaswini Singh Deswal and Ab- hidnya Patil to bag the gold medal in the 10m air pistol women’s team event. Elavenil Valari- van, another Indian shooter further won a gold medal in the wom- en’s 10 m air rifle event and Indian judoka Yami- ni Mourya also secured a bronze medal in the women’s 57 kg event. In the women’s 10 m air pistol event, Bhaker scored 239.7 points to de- feat Hungary’s Sara Fa- bian, who had to stay con- tent with a silver medal. The Indian shooter was initially trailing but made a comeback in two final shots to top the podium. Chinese Taipei’s Yu-Ju Chen finished third. “The qualification is one game and the final is another. I just put the qualification aside and then go to the final. For me, they are completely two different matches. I definitely feel very good, and I am very impressed by the medal,” Manu Bhaker said. Indian shooters Manu Bhaker (C) with Abhidnya Patil (L) Yashaswini Singh (R) in the WUG in Chengdu, China, on Saturday. Earlier, Manu Bhaker had just about managed to squeeze into the eight-woman final after finishing seventh in qualification I PTI Washington US lawmakers has urged the Joe Biden administra- tion to take executive ac- tion to make priority dates current for Green Card applicants from In- dia to reduce the 195-year-long wait peri- od and backlog which has left them in a con- stant state of limbo. The bipartisan group sent a letter to Secretary of State Antony Blinken and Department of Homeland Security Sec- retary Alejandro Mayor- kas requesting the admin- istration take executive action to provide relief to high-skilled employ- ment-based visa holders. Agencies New Delhi Ukrainian soldiers were observed using North Korean rockets that they said were seized by a friendly country before being delivered to Ukraine, the Financial Times re- ported on Saturday. Ukraine's defence ministry suggested the arms were captured from the Russians, the newspaper said.The US has accused North Ko- rea of providing arms to Russia, including al- leged shipments by sea, but has not offered proof and North Korean weapons have not been widely observed on the battlefields in Ukraine. Agencies Wellington Sweden showed their commanding ability in aerial duels as they scored thrice through corners to beat Italy 5-0 in the thrilling FIFA Women’s World Cup here on Saturday, sealing a last-16 place with one round to spare. Sweden carved out a hard-fought win in the opening match as they turned around South Africa 2-1, while Italy beat Argentina 1-0 thanks to Cristiana Girelli’s late winner. Sweden secure last-16 berth after crushing Italy in FIFA WC Agencies Beijing Aswathe of northern Chi- na, including the capital Beijing, was put under alert on Saturday (Jul 29) asTyphoonDoksuriswept inland, bringing high winds and torrential rain. Doksuri, which smashed into Fujian province on Friday morn- ing with gusts of up to 175kph, is already being felt further north, accord- ing to China's meteoro- logical services. Anticipating flood- ing, Beijing has issued an orange alert, the sec- ond-highest in the four- tier system. Several of the city's parks, lakes and riverside roads have been closed out of precaution, the municipal authorities an- nounced on Saturday. Theywarnedthedown- pour could prompt even worse flooding than in July 2012, when 79 peo- ple died and tens of thou- sands were evacuated. Beijing on alert as Typhoon Doksuri sweeps Northwards The weather service warned that rainfall there could exceed 60cm. Third Indian-American in US presidential race BenStokescreateshistory, smashesmostsixesinAshes Agencies Washington Aerospace engineer Hirsh Vardhan Singh has become the third Indi- an-American vying for the Republican nomina- tion for the 2024 US pres- idential race after former South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley and entrepre- neur Vivek Ramaswamy. Singh, 38, introduced himself as a lifelong Re- publican and an “America First constitutional carry and pro-life conservative who helped restore the conservative wing of New Jersey’s Republican Party startingin2017”inavideo message. He ran unsuc- cessfully for the US Sen- ate in 2020, and the pre- sent bid is the fourth time the defence and aero- space industry executive is eyeing public office. As per Singh, Ameri- cans face grave threats from scorruption of both, big tech big pharma, and in addition, there is an all-out attack on Ameri- can family values, paren- tal rights and open debate. ANI London England skipper Ben Stokes made history on Saturdayashebecamethe batter with the highest number of sixes during a singleAshesseriesagainst Australia. Stokes accom- plished this during Eng- land’sfifthandfinalAshes Test at The Oval. In the second innings, he scored 42 off 67 balls. His knock consisted of three fours andasix.Hisrunscameat a strike rate of 62.68. In the previous innings, he couldscorejustthreeruns. Women’s Hockey Team Against England Lalremsiami’s hat-trick helps India register 3-0 ANI Barcelona (Spain) Aclinical performance by the Indian Women’s HockeyTeamhelpedthem beat nemesis England 3-0 in the ongoing 100th An- niversarySpanishHockey Federation - International TournamenthereonSatur- day. It was striker Lalrem- siami who starred in the team’s big win with a hat- trick (13’, 17’, 56’). This was India’s first win of the tour after end- ing their previous two matches in a stalemate against England (1-1) and Spain (2-2). Having remained unbeaten so far, India will march into today’s last match of this event as table toppers. USlawmakersurgeBidento resolveGreenCardallocation It appealed to Biden administration to mark all dates for filing of employment-based visa applications in Bureau of Consular Affairs’ published Employment-Based Visa Bulletin as “current”. 56 lawmakers appeal to reduce 195-year-long wait period Green Visa for Indians US VICE PREZ KAMALA HARRIS EMBRACES NEW ATTACK ROLE, DRAWS FRESH REPUBLICAN FIRE Boston: Vice Presi- dent Kamala Harris has shown a punchy side during a tour of nearly a dozen U.S. states in recent weeks, attacking Florida Governor Ron DeSantis for backing revisionist history about slavery, telling Iowa healthcare workers to rebel against the state's new re- strictive abortion laws and rallying Latinos in Chicago to fight extremist Repub- licans. On Saturday, Harris opens the NAACP's annual conference, a key political event for Black Americans that will help define the issues Democrats focus on in the 2024 election. The high-profile speeches are part of an expanded role for U.S. President Joe Biden's much-scrutinized govern- ing partner ahead of the election, senior Democrats say. She'll engage in many more campaign-style events in months to come, designed to reacquaint Harris with loyal support- ers, burnish her image with independents and reach out to Democrats' who haven't been hearing the Biden administration's message. GREEN CARD BACKLOG CALLS FOR RELIEF z The current situation surrounding the seven per cent country cap on employment-based Green Card alloca- tion is causing severe repercussions. z Particularly for countries such as India, where the backlog has reached an astonishing 195 year, said Foundation for India and Indian Diaspora Studies. India player Lalremsiami in action during the match on Saturday. Ukraine uses North Korean rockets to blast Russian Forces: Report Firefighters work at a site of an apartment building damaged by a Russian missile strike, amid Russia’s attack on Ukraine, in Dnipro, Ukraine on Saturday. A Ukrainian soldier stands on the ruins of destroyed house. Hirsh Vardhan Singh England’s Ben Stokes throws his bat on day 3 of the 5th Ashes Test match against Australia, at The Oval ground in London, Saturday. #YouAreTheLight (T) Sri Mata Amritanandamayi Devi ‘Amma’, Rajnath Singh and Shakuntala Rawat with Niklaus Gugger, Shombi Sharp, Abhay Thakur, Sri M, Vinay Sahasrabuddhe, Vijay K Nambiar, Ramcharan Bohra, Joginder Singh Awana and others unveiling C20 ‘Policy Pack’ during inaugural session of C20 summit at Hotel Clarks Amer in Jaipur on Saturday. (L) State Industry Minister Shakuntala Rawat seeks the blessings of Amma. (R) Rajasthani music and dance folk artists performing after the inaugural C20 session. SANTOSH SHARMA
  • 9. Ziauddin Khan Jaipur Congress state in-charge Sukhjinder Singh Rand- hawa onSaturdayreached Jaipur from Chandigarh by Indigo flight and was received by MLA Amin Kagzi. Interacting with themedia,Randhawasaid that what BJPwas prepar- ing on Saturday (election strategy), he had done so eight months back. “I have a complete road map ready for elections. Opposition’s job is to makeallegations,butthere is no substance in their al- legations. They raised questions of law and order in Rajasthan to divert at- tention,butkeptsilenceon Manipur,” he said. OnthegatheringofBJP veterans in the state, he said, “There are no giants in politics. The giants are brought down by the peo- ple easily.” Naresh Sharma Jaipur BJPNational President JP Nadda on Saturday reachedJaipurandchaired ameetingofthecorecom- mittee meeting in BJP of- ficeonSaturday.Actually, Nadda has got the com- mand of Rajasthan infor- mally. This meeting of Nadda is considered very important in view of as- sembly elections going to be held later this year. Nadda held one-on-one dialogue with BJP core team including Vasund- hara Raje, CP Joshi, Ra- jendra Rathore, Satish Poonia, Gajendra Singh Shekhawat, Arjun Megh- wal, and Kailash Choud- hary among others. Na- tional Organization Gen- eralSecretaryBLSantosh, Rajasthan in-charge Arun Singh,NationalSecyAlka Gurjar, and Pralhad Joshi, Nitin Patel, Vijaya Ra- hatkar, Rajendra Gehlot, Kankamal Katara, Rajya- vardhan Singh Rathore were also present in the meeting. In this, the task has been given to conduct an election campaign against the Congress. Meanwhile, after the meeting of the core com- mittee, JPNadda held dia- logue with ‘prabudhjan’ and several individuals reached to communicate with Nadda. The BJP na- tional president also took a meeting of various BJP departments and held dis- cussion with officials of media, IT and social me- dia department. Reflectingonthedevel- opment, BJP state presi- dent CPJoshi said, “In the meeting held on Saturday in the presence of the na- tionalpresident,astrategy has been prepared against the state govt. In the meet- ing, it has been decided to take out the yatra against the Congress govt which will start in the next few days. This yatra will start from three different areas of the state.Top leaders of the party will also partici- pate in this.” WHAT WILL PAWARS DO IN MAHARASHTRA? WILLRUCKUSOVERNEHRUYOUTHCENTREEND? harad Pawar has become a victim of sta- tus quo these days. His entire party sym- pathizes with NDA and Modi, whereas Pawar physically attended the meeting of the opposition unit in Bengaluru. But it is said that he did not bother to speak a word there. Even though the opposi- tion leaders had urged him to speak in unison, but Pa- war kept mum. The BJP top leadership has bluntly told his nephew Ajit Pawar to ‘convince his uncle to join the BJP’s side, as the graph of the BJP is still not rising in Maharashtra’, while owing to the burden of Eknath Shinde’s anti- incumbency, the saffron party itself has to bear the brunt. So, the BJP top has also made it clear to Ajit that ‘his party’s leaders will be free from the case only when the elder Pawar will be inclined towards the BJP and he will accept a ministerial post at the Center for Supriya’. he mutual enmity and factionalism of Jawaharlal Nehru National Youth Centre of Congress does not seem to be end- ing anytime soon as new problems are emerging day by day. A group, headed by an ex-bu- reaucrat of Rajasthan, is active in this youth center and his late mother has been the working president. The second group is of Purushottam Goyal who is one of the founding members of this centre, who is considered very special to Pawan Bansal. The third group is headed by Praveen Aron. Aron is alleged to have opened the Nehru International Public School in its name, calling the bylaws of the center a fraud. Now the whole matter has reached the Patiala House Court in Delhi and the court, considering all these three groups as disputed, has barred them from work. Seeing this, the Congress high command has also swung into action. Now it has started the process of appointing the national president of this youth centre. It is said that Kharge first talked to Am- bika Soni, but Soni has flatly refused to take up the responsibility. So, now Kharge is thinking of giving this responsibility to Salman Khurshid and after the name of Khurshid, the leaders of all three controver- sial factions started revolving around him. By Tridib Raman The author is a journalist and political commentator and views expressed are his personal FIRST INDIA SUNDAY SPECIAL Mirch Masala RESTLESS NITISH KUMAR SOFTENING FOR BJP t is said that no matter how many references are given to insults, the pain of old love remains somewhere. The remaining grudge has left Nitish Kumar restless too. Last days when he had a meeting with his own party’s MP and Deputy Chairman of Rajya Sabha, Harivansh, reliable sources claim that Harivansh facilitated Nitish’s talks with the BJP top leadership. It is said that the BJP top ledershop told Nitish that ‘you are a politician of clean image, where are you getting stuck with the corrupt. Sooner or later he (Tejashwi Yadav) will have to go to jail and at that time there may be a split in your party as well.’ It is said that Nitish has put a condition of re-alliance with the BJP that ‘if Nitish joins an alliance with the BJP, then along with the Lok Sabha polls in Bihar, the assembly elections should also be held ahead of time.’ But it is said that the top leadership did not agree. Nitish wants a guarantee of his CM’s chair in 2024 itself. But BJP has not given up yet. It is said that the saffron party has proposed to Nitish that ‘if BJP and JDU form an al- liance again in the state, then the saffron party will leave 23 Lok Sabha and 150 assembly seats for Nitish.’ This proposal is obviously Nitish’s favorite because if he goes with ‘India’, a coalition of opposition parties, then it is difficult for JDU to get so many seats to contest elections. The 2019 Lok Sabha elections were fought jointly by BJP JDU in Bihar and this alliance won 39 out of total 40 seats in the state. S T I NITISH’S ATTACK ON CONGRESS? ecently, the CM of Bihar reconstituted 4 commis- sions and 2 boards of the state. In this reorganization, the former MPs and MLAs of JDU and RJD have been adjusted in it. But it seems that Nitish has ignored Congress in this whole exercise. Con- gress MLC Premchand Mishra has been made a member of the San- skrit Board. While the Congress had hoped that there would be talk of the post of chairman in any board or com- mission for him. When the Congress leaders lodged their protest in front of Nitish regard- ing this, Nitish clarified ‘our fight against BJP is a major challenge, we should not wander on small issues.’ On last Friday evening, Gurdeep Sappal came forward on behalf of Kharge and explained to his leaders that ‘right now two new ministers are to be appointed in Bihar from the Congress quota, and you are do- ing such small things. Don’t give unnecessary weight to things.’ R MOST AWAITED Major IPS, RAS transfer list in a day or two! Rajendra Chhabra Jaipur small transfer list of IPS, along with a major RAS transfer list has been almost finalised and may be released on Sunday or Monday. While about one dozen senior IPS feature in the transfer list, the RAS list has more than two hun- dred officers right from junior to seniors. The most important posting in the IPS list is of Jaipur Police Commis- sioner. Entire Jaipur po- lice force is on its toes to find out who will be the successor to outgoing Commissioner Anand Srivastava and which re- sponsibility is accorded to Srivastava who is one of the most competent police officer of the state. Meanwhile, a fewADGs, IGs and about half a doz- en SPs will also be shuf- fled. Through the RAS list, a major reshuffle will happen in the districts. Following the guidelines of the election commis- sion, officials who have been posted in the field for the past three years on one post, will be changed. More than 125 RAS of- ficials posted on posi- tions like ADM, SDM, CEO (Zila Parishad), DSO and Excise Officer, are featured in the list. Posting will also be done in place of 18 RAS who were recently promoted to IAS. According to sources, 5 HODs will also be changed whereas few RAS who are currently on APO will also be giv- en posting. There is word that a small list of IAS may also be released and one ACS can be given additional charge of two important departments. Two Princi- pal Secretaries and two or three Secretaries are also running about for their transfer whereas one IAS who was recently ap- pointed as Divisional Commissioner is also ex- erting all his pull to come back to Jaipur. The most important posting expected in the IPS list is of Jaipur Police Commissioner; in RAS list, a major reshuffle will happen A www.firstindia.co.in firstindia.co.in/epapers/jaipur thefirstindia thefirstindia thefirstindia Postal Reg No. JPC/004/2022-24 08 Jaipur, Sunday | July 30, 2023 A good leader com- bines compassion with authority, they understand that people need to be understood more than lectured. Dr JAGDEESH CHANDRA, CEO Editor-in-Chief, First India Naddaholdsone-on-onedialogue withRajBJPcoreteaminJaipur JP Nadda, Pralhad Joshi, CP Joshi during review meeting at BJP HQ in Jaipur on Saturday. Vasundhara Raje, BL Santhosh, Gajendra Singh Shekhawat, Kailash Choudhary, Rajendra Rathore, Bhajan Lal Sharma, Vijaya Rahatkar, Alka Gurjar and other leaders are also seen. Sukhjinder Singh Randhawa reached Dharmendra Rathore’s home in Civil Lines to ask his well being on Saturday as his leg was injured. Govind Singh Dotasra, Pratap Singh Khachariyawas, Amin Kagzi, and others are also seen here. Rathore has been advised to take rest by the doctors. JP Nadda being welcomed by Vasundhara Raje, Gajendra S Shekhawat, Rajendra Rathore, and CP Joshi at Jaipur airport on Saturday. RAJE AND OTHERS IN NEW BJP TEAM OF NADDA ROADMAP EXPECTED FROM NADDA’S MEETING In the new team, BJP national president JP Nadda includes Vasundhara Raje as National Vice Presi- dent, state in-charge Arun Singh and Sunil Bansal as National General Secretary, state co-incharge Vijaya Rahatkar and Dr Alka Gurjar as National Secretaries. The team has been formed as Assembly elections are due in many states in coming time. The list includes 13 National Vice Prez, 8 National GS, 1 National Organization Gen Secy, 1 national co- organization gen secy, 13 national secretaries, and treasurers. Through JP Nadda’s marathon meeting at BJP state headquarters on Saturday, a roadmap is expected to emerge and strategy will be made on major issues against the Congress government including law and order, paper leak, corruption and appeasement. Women atrocities will be made an issue and action plan will be prepared regard- ing Parivartan Yatras. The BJP will take out 3 yatras in the coming days. Brainstorming was also done on the formation of committees related to elections. Nadda’s meeting is considered very important in view of Assembly polls going to be held in State later this year Ashish Choudhary Rajsamand Assembly Speaker Dr. CP Joshi, Agriculture Minister Lalchand Ka- taria, Minister Udaialal Anjana and Minister Ra- jendraYadav inaugurated the multi-purpose veteri- nary hospital building constructed at a cost of Rs. 5 crore on the land of Mandir Mandal near Gaushala located at Nathuwas of Shrinathji Temple at Nathdwara in Rajsamand district on Saturday. During this, a video message of Vishal Bawa was broadcast in which he said that today we are writing a new dimension of cow service which is making us happy. Dr. Joshi said that the hospi- tal has been built with the help of the Mandir Man- dal, which will be benefi- cial for the cattle rearers of the area and the work of increasing income by learning new techniques can be done in the train- ing center to be built here. Meanwhile, the new Shrinathji Police Station building was also inaugurated by Dr. CP Joshi and Rajendra Ya- dav. On this occasion, Minister Parsadi Lal Meena, Lalchand Ka- taria, Udaialal Anjana were present. Dr CP Joshi received birthday wishes on Satur- day from various leaders and people. RCA Presi- dent Vaibhav Gehlot met Dr. Joshi and wished him on birthday. Bhanwar S Charan Kota Reacting to BJP Presi- dent JP Nadda’s visit to Rajasthan, State Parlia- mentary Affairs Minister Shanti Dhariwal on Sat- urday said that the BJP leadership of the country is worried about the pre- cise implementation of public welfare schemes of the Gehlot govern- ment and its popularity among the public and that is why the Prime Minister and the Union Home Minister Amit Shah and others are mak- ing rounds of the state. ShantiDhariwalvisited door-to-door in the Haath Se Haath Jodo campaign along with PCC General Secretary Amit Dhariwal. Amit Dhariwal claimed that there is zero anti-in- cumbency in Rajasthan and the Gehlot govern- ment is the only govern- ment in the country to run Mehangai Rahat Camps. He said that the Congress government will repeat in Rajasthan in any case. SpeakerJoshi,others inauguratevethosp UDH Minister Dhariwal reacts to BJP leaders visiting Rajasthan BJP is starting preps today, we’ve done it 8 months back: Randhawa Sukhjinder Singh Randhawa will visit Banswara on August 1 and during this Congress State Presi- dent Govind Singh Dotasara will also be present. Congress workers will attend the conference and the swearing-in ceremony of the District President. Randhawa and Dotasara will also take stock of the preparations for Rahul Gandhi’s visit on August 9 as Rahul Gandhi’s public meeting will be held in Mangarh Dham on World Tribal Day wherein National President Mallikarjun Kharge, CM Ashok Gehlot will also be present. RANDHAWA TO VISIT BANSWARA ON AUGUST 1 CP Joshi and Udailal Anjana in Rajsamand on Saturday.
  • 10. JAIPUR, SUNDAY | JULY 30, 2023 Glamour | Fashion | Bollywood | Hollywood | Lifestyle NEW BOYFRIEND IN TOWN! fter rumours of Camila Cabello dating Rauw Alejandro started floating around the Internet, fans were curious. Especially considering, the singer had reconciled with her former boyfriend Shawn Mendes. P11 A 09 firstindia.co.in firstindia.co.in/epapers/jaipur thefirstindia thefirstindia thefirstindia Holiday fashion offers the perfect opportunity to express your style and add a touch of glamour to the festivities. From beachside chic to cozy winter elegance, City First brings to you some top trends to make your celebrations extra special... Shubhanshi Pathak shubhanshi.pathak @firstindia.co.in s the holi- day season approach- es, it’s time to let go of the year’s worries and immerse yourself in the festive spirit. Whether you’re planning a tropical getaway, a snowy retreat, or cele- brating at home, holiday fashion of- fers the perfect opportu- nity to express your style and add a touch of glamour to the fes- tivities. If you’re es- caping to a warm des- tination, embrace the resort glamour with breezy maxi dresses, flowy kaftans, and vibrant prints. Opt for light- weight fab- rics like c h i f f o n , silk, and linen to keep you cool and comfortable. Accessorize with oversized sun hats, statement sunglasses, and strappy sandals to complete your beachside look. Holiday parties call for some extra sparkle, so don’t be afraid to indulge in sequins and glitter. Choose a sequined cocktail dress or shim- mering jumpsuit to dazzlethenightaway. If you prefer a more understated look, opt for a sequined clutch or embel- lished heels to add a touch of glamour to your ensemble. Inject some holiday cheer into your wardrobe with playful prints and patterns. Whether it’s a Christmas-inspired sweater with reindeer motifs or a Hawaiian- themed floral dress, fes- tive prints can instantly put you in the holiday mood. Mix and match patterns for a bold and fashionable statement. Even during the holi- days, taking a moment to unwind is essential. In- vest in some comfortable and stylish loungewear to enjoy cozy moments by the fireplace or while sipping hot cocoa. Over- sized sweaters, joggers, and soft knit sets are per- fect for lounging in style. As you celebrate the joyous season, consider embracing sustainable fashion choices. Opt for clothing made from eco- friendly materials, sup- port local artisans, or consider renting outfits for special occasions. Being conscious about your fashion choices can add an extra layer of meaningfulness to your holiday celebrations. Remember, the es- sence of holiday fashion is to express yourself and feel comfortable in your skin. Embrace the festive vibes, experiment with styles, and don’t forget to spread some joy and kindness with your daz- zling holiday outfits. This season, let your fashion choices reflect the magic and excite- ment of the holidays! A
  • 11. Your Page JAIPUR, SUNDAY | JULY 30, 2023 Parina, Model Face Day of the YOUR DAILY HOROSCOPE by Saurabbh Sachdeva ARIES MAR 21 - APR 20 A vacation you only dreamed about is likely to become a reality soon. Healthy eating will help prevent digestive ailments. Money will be no constraint in buying what you like. Driving down with lover to a hap- pening place is indicated today. LEO JULY 24 - AUGUST 23 You are likely to find the day most auspi- cious. Your knowledge about your line of work will be roundly appreciated and get you the thumbs up from higher ups. Friends and family may get together to give you a surprise and make your day. SAGITTARIUS NOV 23 - DEC 22 Problem about finances will be resolved. Those on medication will find a distinct improvement in their condition. Smooth going is indicated for those on a long journey. Stars on the property front appear the brightest. LIBRA SEPT 24 - OCTOBER 22 Something you have implemented at work is likely to profit the company and get you noticed. You are likely to celebrate the achievement of a family youngster in a grand way. Shifting into your very own house may soon become a reality. AQUARIUS JAN 21 - FEB 19 Your stars favour a bright beautiful day .A family reunion is on the cards and you may get invited to a social function. Tax advisor will be a big help in saving taxes, so don’t hesitate. It is difficult for the relationship of friends turned lovers to fall apart, so relax. TAURUS APR 21 - MAY 20 Your popularity is set to soar on both personal and professional fronts. Some of you will have to curb your splurging ways. Family life will cruise along smoothly with much love and bonhomie. Don’t speed up on the road. VIRGO AUG 24 - SEP 23 Money put together on previous occasions is likely to come in handy. A family young- ster is keen to learn from you, so don’t disappoint. Settling down in a new house is indicated for some. You may have to awaken partner’s interest in you once. CAPRICORN DEC 23 - JAN 20 Some clarification will need to be sought on a financial issue, before you take the next step. Efforts in the real estate market may bear fruit. A project left halfway by someone else may come on your shoulders, but your efforts will be acknowledged. SCORPIO OCT 23 - NOVEMBER 22 Your financial situation is set to improve, as earning opportunities come to you. Help from co-workers in a time consuming task will be forthcoming on the work front. Sup- port of family will encourage you to take up a challenge. PISCES FEB20 - MARCH 20 Changes made by you at workplace may not be appreciated by all. Strict dietary con- trol will keep you fit as a fiddle. A family reunion is on the cards and will enable you to meet everyone. You can be tasked to or- ganise an outing for friends and relations. GEMINI MAY 21 - JUNE 21 Help extended to someone will help him or her get ahead on the academic front. People falling under this sign will have very refreshing day. Visiting a mall or watching a movie with family is likely to be the highlight of the day for some. CANCER JUNE 22 - JULY 23 Money coming from various streams will keep you in an elated state of mind. A new fitness regime that you have adopted promises to keep you in the pink of health. Your search for perfect partner may soon be over. firstindia.co.in firstindia.co.in/epapers/jaipur thefirstindia thefirstindia thefirstindia 10   ACONITUM ACONITUM NAPELLUS NAPELLUS — It is suitable for cases with great redness and swelling of the eyelids, dry and hot sensations in the eyes and profuse purulent discharge. Photophobia may also be present.   ALLIUM CEPA ALLIUM CEPA — It is effective for acute catarrhal conjunctivitis with redness and burning, particularly in the margins of the eyelids. There may be watery, profuse, and bland tearing.   APIS MELLIFICA APIS MELLIFICA — It is used when the conjunctiva is bright red and puffy, with stinging pain. The eyelids may be red, swollen, inflamed, and burning, accom- panied by hot tearing and photophobia.   ARSENICUM ALBUM ARSENICUM ALBUM — It is suitable for cases with burning and dryness in the eyes, periodic pain, and acrid tearing. Patients may feel as if there is sand in their eyes, and photophobia may be present. Warmth can provide relief.   BELLADONNA BELLADONNA — It is indicated when the conjunc- tiva is red and dry with a burning sensation, and the eyes feel swollen and protruding. The eyes may also be congested and exhibit marked redness and heat. Acrid tearing can be a prominent feature.   EUPHRASIA EUPHRASIA — It is used when the eyelids are red, swollen, and have a thick, yellow, acrid discharge. Firm agglutination of the lids in the morning may occur, along with sensitivity and blurring of the eyes. Photophobia and profuse burning tears that irritate the lids are common. EYE FLU ALERT HowtoSpot Prevent Conjunctivitis onjunctivitis, com- monly known as pink eye or eye flu, is a condition that can be uncomfort- able and disruptive to daily life. While it is often caused by viruses, such as the common cold or adenovirus, it can also result from bacterial infections, allergens, or irritants. Allergic conjunctivitis, for example, can be triggered by exposure to pollen, pet dander, or mold spores. Chemicals in swim- ming pools, smoke, and air pollu- tion are also potential irritants that can lead to conjunctivitis. The symptoms of eye flu can vary from person to person, but common signs include redness in the eye, excessive tearing, a burning sensation, blurred vision, sensitiv- ity to light, agglutination of lids in the morning (sticking together), dif- ficulty keeping the eyes open, pain, and itching. To prevent eye flu, maintaining good hygiene is essential. This in- cludes washing hands frequently and avoiding touching the eyes with unwashed hands. Washing the eyes with cold water can also help. It’s important to stay away from close contact with individuals who have eye flu to reduce the risk of trans- mission. One of the challenges with con- junctivitis is its highly contagious nature, especially in viral or bacte- rial cases. It can spread easily from person to person through direct con- tact with infected eye secretions, or by touching surfaces that have been contaminated by the virus or bacte- ria. Therefore, it is crucial to take preventive measures to limit its transmission. Proper hygiene practices are key to preventing the spread of conjunc- tivitis. Regularly washing hands with soap and water can signifi- cantly reduce the risk of infection. Avoiding touching or rubbing the eyes with unwashed hands is essen- tial. Sharing personal items like towels or eye makeup should be avoided during an active infection. For those who wear contact lens- es, maintaining proper lens hygiene is critical. This includes regularly cleaning and disinfecting lenses, following the recommended wear- ing schedule, and replacing them as prescribed by an eye care profes- sional. In addition to good hygiene prac- tices, using cold compresses on the affected eye can provide relief from symptoms like redness, swelling, and itching. In severe or persistent cases of conjunctivitis, or if vision is affect- ed, it is crucial to consult a health- care professional, preferably an eye specialist, for a proper diagnosis and appropriate treatment plan. They can determine the underlying cause of conjunctivitis and recom- mend the most effective treatment, which may include prescription eye drops, ointments, or oral medica- tions. C In homoeopathic, various remedies can be used to address specific symptoms: DISCLAIMER: Which medicine to take, at what potency, and how many times to repeat it should be advised by a doctor. It is essential to seek guidance from a doctor and get a proper prescription before using any medication. DR ASHOK SINGH SOLANKI Director and homoeopathy physician, Aravali Homoeopathy Hospital Research Centre at Jagatpura in Jaipur
  • 12. avid Beck- ham and his wife Victoria Beckham are the epitome of a power couple. They were spot- ted dining with Lionel Messi, the newly-signed Inter Miami CF star, at Miami’s acclaimed res- taurant, Gekkō. The trendy eatery is co- owned by popular artist Bad Bunny and restaurateur David Grutman, making it theperfectspotforthis star-studded gathering. VictoriaBeckhamshared a glimpse of their fabu- lous night on her Insta- gram, featuring a group shot with the Beckhams, Lionel Messi and his wifeAntonela Roccuzzo, David Grutman and his wife Isabela Grutman, as wellasInterMiamiteam- mate Sergio Busquets and his girlfriend Elena Galera. The exclusive gathering also included Inter Miami co-owner Jorge Mas and his wife Aleyda Mas. A picture fromVictoria’sInstagram also showed David Beckham, Messi, and Busquets,allsmiles,fac- ing the camera. Located in Miami’s vibrant Brickell area, Gekkō, which translates to “moonlight” in Japa- nese, is a restaurant co-foundedbyBad Bunny and David Grutman. he craze for Kaavaalaa song from Jailer is not stopping anytime. Well, for the first time, the ac- tress performed to Kaavaalaa song on the stage at the Jailer audio launch event in Chennai. She danced to the song in front of Rajinikanth and thousands of audi- ences. Tamannaah Bha- tia took to Instagram and shared a few BTS pho- tos from her perfor- mance on Kaavaalaa. She also expressed her thoughts about perform- ing in front of Rajini- kanth and fans at the Jailer audio launch event. The actress wrote in the caption, “Sooo overwhelmed to have performed in front of the amazing fans who have loved #Kaavaalaa all the way! And what made it even more special was to have @rajinikanth sir in the audience… Ahh goosebumps! Thankyou for all your support for Kaavaalaa. Love you all from the bottom of my heart!.” T nushka Shetty and Naveen Polishetty’s upcoming film Miss Shetty Mr Polishet- ty release has been post- poned. The film, which was scheduled to release on August 4, got postponed due to post-production work. The makers also shared that a new release date will be announced soon. This news just two weeks before release left fans dejected. The mak- ers of the film took to Twitter and shared an official announcement about the re- lease date. They shared a note that read, “As much as we wanted to bring Miss Shetty Mr Polishetty to you on August 4. Due to some delays in the post-production work, we had to postpone the release. We’ll be with unlim- ited fun and entertainment very soon! New release date and theatrical trailer date an- nouncement soon.” Further, the makers apologized and promised to announce a new release date soon. Bolly To Holly JAIPUR, SUNDAY | JULY 30, 2023 firstindia.co.in firstindia.co.in/epapers/jaipur thefirstindia thefirstindia thefirstindia 11 NewBoyfriend inTown fter rumours of Camila Cabello dating Rauw Alejandro started floating around the Internet, fans were curious to know if there was any truth to all the buzz. Especially considering, the sing- er had reconciled with her former boyfriend Shawn Mendes at Coachella this year. The news of their breakup yet again broke the hearts of their supporters around the world. Here’s the truth about the rumours claiming Cabello and Alejandro are seeing each other. After being spotted at the Inter Miami soccer game, a report claimed the Senorita hitmaker was seeing the Puerto Rican singer. But now, a source told People that the rumours are “100 per cent not true” and here’s the reason why. “They just happened to be at two of the same events. They barely even spent time together at either event,” the insider explained. A GETTING CHATTY R anveerSinghandDeep- ikaPadukoneareoneof themostcutecouplesin Bollywood. Amid the massive wave of Rocky Aur Rani KiiPremKahaaniattheboxoffice, a video of Rocky, Ranveer Singh, and his real-life ‘Rani’, Deepika Padukone, is doing rounds on so- cial media. Ranveer Singh, who is ruling the silver screens with Alia Bhatt with their freshly released movie, Rocky Aur Rani Kii Prem Kahaani, celebrated the success of RARPK at Karan Johar’s house on Friday night. In the now-viral vid- eo, Ranveer and Deepika can be seen sitting next to each other in their car. As the vid- eo moves further, we see Ranveer and Deepika laughing and indulging in a conversa- tion as they leave Johar ’s r e s i - dence. MISS SHETTY MR POLISHETTY POSTPONED A elena Gomez always has the spotlight on her as fans, netizens, and the media tend to keep their eye on her every move. The pop star is one of the most popular singers in the in- dustry and her personal life is always surrounded by specula- tions and controversy. The 31-year-old has shared some chill pictures on her social me- dia and fans cannot get enough of them. Gomez posted a photo dump on her Instagram with the caption, “Randemz” and all of the ten images she shared gave netizens a glimpse of her life lately as she hangs outwithfriendsandworks on her upcoming album. The first image is a self- ie where she looks at her coffee cup while holding it and the background of the picture makes it seem like it’s a picture from when she was filming on set. The second photo is a back shot of Gomez walking down the stairs. S Kaavaalaa at Jailer event D DINNER WITH MESSI Camila Cabello Anushka Shetty Her post... Victoria Beckham Spotted... Selena Gomez Her story... Deepika Padukone Spotted...