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OUR EDITIONS: JAIPUR, NEW DELHI & MUMBAI
DELHI HORROR:
AUTOPSY SHOWS
THAT ANJALI WAS
NOT DRUNK
Mogadishu: Two car bombs detonated by al Shabaab militants in central
Somalia on Wednesday killed at least 35 people, including eight members of
a single family, and wounded 40 more, a senior police officer said. The attack,
claimed by Al Shabab, took place in the Hiran region of central Somalia.
New Delhi: Family members of Anjali Singh, who
was dragged to death by a car in Delhi on Sunday,
issued a statement on Wednesday claiming that
her autopsy report showed no signs of her having
alcohol on the night of the horrific accident.
SONIA GANDHI
IN HOSPITAL FOR
TREATMENT OF
VIRAL INFECTION
New Delhi: Former Cong Prez Sonia Gandhi was on
Wednesday admitted to Sir Ganga Ram Hospital in
Delhi for treatment of a viral respiratory infection.
During the day, both Rahul and Priyanka Gandhi
returned to Delhi from UP where yatra is currently at.
CAR BOMBS KILL 35, BURN HOUSES IN SOMALIA
CABINET APPROVALS
`19,744 crore nod for National Green Hydrogen Mission
First India Bureau
New Delhi: The Union
Cabinet, chaired by PM
Modi, has approved Na-
tional Green Hydrogen
Mission. Cabinet has
approved an expendi-
ture of 19,744 crore for
implementing National
Green Hydrogen Mis-
sion, I&B Minister Anu-
rag Singh Thakur said
on Wednesday. “Under
the NGHM, 50 lakh
tonnes of green hydro-
gen will be produced
per annum by 2030,”
Minister Thakur said.
Union Minister Anurag Singh Thakur speaks to media in presence
Dr L Murugan and Satyendra Prakash in New Delhi on Wednesday.
DOORDARSHAN AND AIR GET BIG BOOST OF
`2,500 CRORE INFRASTRUCTURE UPGRADE
Central government on Wednesday approved a scheme
of more than 2,500 crore for Doordarshan and All India
Radio (AIR) in a bid to upgrade Prasar Bharati’s broadcast
infrastructure and network. The budget was approved by the
CCEA. The scheme, Central Sector ‘Broadcasting Infrastruc-
ture and Network Development (BIND), for infra upgrade of
Doordarshan and AIR, was announced by Anurag Thakur.
The production of
green hydrogen
through various
sources would lead to a
reduction in carbon emissions
of 50 million
metric tons,
and our import
bill of `1 lakh
crore would be
significantly
reduced as
well.
—Anurag Singh
Thakur, I&B Minister
KEY HIGHLIGHTS
 Investment of
`8 lakh crore and
creation of 6 lakh
jobs are expected
under the National
Green Hydrogen
Mission till 2030
 Under the
BIND scheme,
the government
aims to provide
high-quality
content for
international
and domestic
audiences
 Cabinet approves
investment for 382
MW Sunni Dam
Hydro Electric
Project in HP by
SJVN Limited for
`2,614.51 crore
 Union Cabinet
gave ex-post
facto approval
for naming
of Greenfield
International
Airport Mopa in
Goa as Manohar
International
Airport
A BIG RELIEF FOR THE YOGI GOVERNMENT
Top Court stays HC order
onOBCquotainULBpolls
First India Bureau
New Delhi: In a big re-
lief for UP CM Yogi Adi-
tyanath, SC on Wednes-
day put a stay on the
Allahabad HC order di-
recting the state govern-
ment to hold urban bod-
ies elections by January
31 without reservation
for the Other Backward
Classes (OBCs).
A bench comprising
CJI DY Chandrachud
and Justice PS Nar-
asimha took note of the
submissions made by
Solicitor General Tush-
ar Mehta, appearing for
State, and directed that
a panel appointed by
State will have to decide
the OBC quota-related
issues for local bodies
poll by March 31, 2023.
The Supreme Court
permitted State govt to
appoint administrators
to run the affairs of the
local bodies after the ex-
piry of the tenure of the
elected representatives.
It said that administra-
tors will not be empow-
ered to take major poli-
cy decisions.
 UP government, which had earlier
challenged the HC’s order, told SC that
the OBC Commission has already been
formed, will complete its task by March
 Apex Court directs State Election
Commission to hold polls by January
31 after transferring OBC seats in the
draft notification to general category
YOGI WELCOMES TOP
COURT’S DECISION
UP CM Yogi Adityanath has
welcomed the Supreme Court
verdict on civic body elections
in Uttar Pradesh and said his
government will cooperate in
holding the polls within the apex
court time limit while implementing
reservation for the OBC.
 The Supreme Court has
rejected to hear a plea by
Samajwadi
Party leader
Azam Khan in
which he had
requested to
transfer the cases against
him out of Uttar Pradesh.
The apex court ruled this
on 4th January 2022.
 SC judge Justice Bela
M Trivedi on Wednesday
recused
herself from
hearing pleas
challenging
pre-mature
release of 11 convicts,
who had gang-raped Bilkis
Bano. Bench of Justices
Ajay Rastogi and Bela M
Trivedi ordered that
matter be listed before
bench of which Justice
Trivedi is not a part.
 The Apex Court will
hear today a petition
challenging the
Uttarakhand
High Court’s
order to vacate
29 acres of
railway land in Haldwani as
residents of the 4,000-odd
home continue to protest,
pray, and beseech officials
not to go ahead with the
demolition.
OTHER COURT NEWS
DNA CONFIRMS BONE,
HAIR SAMPLES ARE
THOSE OF SHRADDHA
New Delhi: In a major
development in the
Shraddha Walkar murder
case, Police on Wednesday
said that samples of hair
and bones recovered by
them matched that of
Shraddha. Samples had
matched with victim’s dad
and brother, Police said.
WALMART GETS $1 BN
TAX BILL FOR SHIFTING
PHONEPE HQ TO INDIA
Bengaluru: Walmart and
other shareholders of digital
payments app PhonePe
will have to pay tax worth
around $1 billion after
the fintech firm shifted its
headquarters to India from
Singapore last year, agency
reported on Wednesday,
citing people familiar with
the matter.
READ
Crucial
Crucial
PANT AIR-LIFTED TO
MUMBAI HOSPITAL
FROM DEHRADUN
Mumbai: India wicket-
keeper batter Rishabh Pant
was on Wednesday air-lifted
to Mumbai’s Kokilaben
Dhirubhai Ambani Hospital
on Wednesday from
Dehradun’s Max Hospital.
During the day, BCCI said
Pant will undergo surgery
and subsequent procedures
for ligament tears and will
continue to be monitored by
their medical team.
Passenger faces 30-day ban for urinating on woman
First India Bureau
New Delhi: Air India
on Wednesday said it
has imposed a 30-day
flying ban on a passen-
ger who had urinated
on a female co-passen-
ger onboard a flight
from New York to Delhi
in November last year
and set up an internal
panel to probe whether
there were lapses on the
part of their crew in ad-
dressing the situation.
Aviation regulator
DGCAsaidithassought
a report from the air-
line on incident, which
happened on Nov 26 &
will take action against
those found negligent.
AI said it has filed a
police complaint about
the incident but did not
specify when the 30-day
flying ban on passenger
came into effect. Delhi
Police said teams have
been formed to catch
the passenger.
PARIS-BOUND AIR INDIA MAKES EMERGENCY
LANDING IN DELHI AFTER TECHNICAL SNAG
INDIGO AIRCRAFT SUFFERS TAIL STRIKE
WHILE LANDING AT THE KOLKATA AIRPORT
An Air India flight bound for Paris was forced to return to New
Delhi on Wednesday after a snag was detected midair. Flight
carrying 210 passengers landed safely at the airport. Senior
DGCA official informed flight was involved in an air turnback
due to a “Slats Drive” snag message, probe has been ordered.
IndiGo on Wednesday said one of its Airbus A321 aircraft suf-
fered a tail strike while landing at the Netaji Subhas Chandra
Bose International Airport in Kolkata. The incident took place
on Monday as the aircraft, with flight number 6E1859, was
coming to Kolkata from Dhaka. No injuries were reported.
Day after Jain monk’s death, CM Gehlot
speaks to J’khand CM Soren over issue
First India Bureau
Jaipur: CM Ashok Ge-
hlot on Wednesday
spoke on phone with
JharkhandCMHemant
Soren and discussed re-
garding the demand of
Jain society regarding
Tirtha Shri Sammed
Shikhar. Soren assured
Gehlot that issue would
be resolved soon. Jain
monk Sugyesagar Ma-
haraj, 72, who was fast-
ing over Sammed Shi-
kharissue,hadbreathed
his last on Tuesday in
Sanganer in Jaipur.
THE JAINS’ ISSUE
The Jharkhand govern-
ment has declared Par-
asnath hills in Giridih
district as a tourist
place. People of Jain so-
ciety across the country
have been protesting
against this decision.
Parasnath hill is fa-
mous as Sammed Shi-
khar, highest pilgrim-
age among the Jains.
PRESIDENT DROUPADI MURMU INAUGURATES 18TH
NATIONAL SCOUTS AND GUIDES JAMBOREE
NATIONAL JAMBOREE, A
‘MINI YOUNG INDIA’: PREZ
Rajeev Gaur, Subhash
Trivedi, Dimple Sharma and
Deepti Gautam
Pali: President Drou-
padi Murmu inaugu-
rated 18th Nat’l Scouts
and Guides Jamboree at
Rohat in Pali district on
Wednesday
. Welcoming
more than 37,000 Scouts
& Guides from different
countries including In-
dia, she said that there
is unique enthusiasm
and energy in this con-
ference of youth.
“This gathering of
youth is Mini Young In-
dia. Scouts work whole-
heartedly for humanity
and social service. It is
a matter of pride that
the highest number of
Scouts in entire coun-
try are from Rajasthan,
a symbol of courage
and valor,” President
Murmu said.Murmu
unfurled flag of Bharat
Scouts, Guides, viewed
Parade & band. More on P8
President Droupadi Murmu
being presented a memento
by Rajasthan Governor Kalraj
Mishra, CM Ashok Gehlot
and PCC Chief Govind Singh
Dotasra on Wednesday.
President Droupadi Murmu
during inauguration of 18th
National Jamboree of the
Bharat Scouts and Guides, in
Rajasthan’s Pali. Also seen
here is Niranjan Arya.
P4
 National Jamboree
begins in Rajasthan
after 67 years
 ‘Mahakumbh’ of
37k Scouts, Guides
IT IS A PRIDE TO BE A SCOUT-GUIDE, SAYS CM GEHLOT
Rajasthan CM Ashok
Gehlot has said that
it is a matter of pride to
host the National Jam-
boree in the presence of
the President. “Being a
Scout-Guide is a matter of
pride. I myself have been
associated with scouting
since childhood. Here one
learns to be disciplined, do
social service and follow
the great culture of the
country. National Jambo-
ree is giving the message
of unity in a country with
different culture, language
and tradition. Coming
generations will get great
values from Scouting.
Turn to P8
MULTIPLE BLASTS
HEARD IN AFGHAN
CAPITAL: REPORT
Kabul: Afghanistan’s capital
Kabul, on Wednesday, was
reportedly rocked by several
blasts in the city, According
to local reports, multiple
blasts were heard in the
country’s capital city. Howev-
er, Taliban officials are yet to
comment on the explosions.
The latest incident came
barely three days after at
least 10 people were killed
and eight others seriously
injured in an explosion that
occurred at the Kabul mili-
tary airport, on January 1.
OTHER TOP
RAJ STORIES
A patient of a new
variant of Corona has
been found in Jaipur on
Wednesday. The patient is
said to be infected with
the Omicron’s new
sub-variant XBB 1.5 P3
The third National
Conference of Heads of
Police Investigation
Agencies, hosted by the
Bureau of Police Research
& Development, will begin
in Jaipur today, officials
said on Wednesday P3
IPS officer Hemant
Priyadarshy has been
posted as acting ACB-DG.
He issued an order that
the name and photo of an
accused or suspect should
not be made public. P3
DGCA seeks report in the matter.
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Shiv Prakash Purohit
Jodhpur: The two-day
Second Marwari Horse
Show – 2023 was inau-
gurated in Ransi village
here on Wednesday
. The
horse show was inaugu-
rated by Agriculture
Minister Lal Chand Ka-
taria & RTDC Chair-
man Dharmendra
Rathore. Organiser
Sawai Singh Cham-
pawat informed that for
second time in a
row,national-level horse
show of Marwari breed
horses is being organ-
ized in Ransi village.
“This year about 550
horses from different
states have come to par-
ticipate in show. Horse
breeders from states
such as Maharashtra,
Madhya Pradesh, Tamil
Nadu, Haryana, and UP
are participating with
horses. On the first day,
competition like Adant
Bacheri, Adant Bach-
era & Do Dant Bachera
was held while on the
second day
, there will be
4 competitions & Best
Animal of show,” said
Champawat.
2-dayMarwarihorseshowbeginsinJodhpur
NATIONAL-LEVEL SHOW

550 horses have
reached to
participate from
different states
in the two-day
national-level
show of the
Marwari breed
horses in Ransi
village of
Jodhpur district.
RAM STILL A ‘CHILD’ SO WE
CHANTJAISHRIRAM:TRIVEDI
Mp said this as a counter to Cong leaders’ jibe over Jai Siya Ram slogan
Aishwary Pradhan
Jaipur: Reacting to the
Congress leaders’ jibe
that BJP leaders avoid
chanting Jai Siya Ram,
BJP MP Sudhanshu
Trivedi on Wednesday
said that they say Jai
Shri Ram because Ram
is still in childhood and
his temple is being built
on Ram Janmabhoomi.
“After this Ram will
grow up to become the
king. Then Sita will
come. We will chant
Siya Ram then. Child-
ish minded Congress-
men will not be able to
understand this,” said
Trivedi while speaking
during the press confer-
ence in the BJP office.
During the 2019 LS
elections, Congress
party had talked about
abolishing the sedition
law in its manifesto
saying it was being
misused. After 2019, it
was first used by Con-
gress govt in Rajasthan.
Some BJP MLAs ex-
pressed their displeas-
ure and Congress govt
got cases filed against
them under Sedition
law. Due to this, the dif-
ference between the
words and actions of
Cong became known.
Trivedi said that in last
4 years, law & order
situation in Raj has
reached bad state.
Sudhanshu Trivedi addressing the media in the BJP headoffice on Wednesday. Also seen Laxmikant
Bhardwaj, Ashok Singh Shekhawat and Ashok Bhadra. —PHOTO BY MUKESH KIRADOO
Minister Lal Chand Kataria and RTDC Chairman Dharmendra Rathore inaugurating the horse show.
Fatehpur records -0.7
degree Celsius temp
Jaipur (PTI):
Fatehpur recorded a
temperature of minus
0.7 degree Celsius as
cold conditions pre-
vailed in parts of Raj
on Wednesday.
Fatehpur was fol-
lowed by Churu,
which recorded a min-
imum temperature of
minus 0.5 degrees Cel-
sius, according to the
Met centre here.
Anta recorded 1.4
degrees Celsius,
Bhilwara 1.8 degrees,
Sikar 2.0 degrees, Ka-
rauli 2.2 degrees, Pi-
lani 2.7 degrees, Bundi
3.4 degrees, Dholpur
3.6 degrees and Bikan-
er 4.6 degrees.
In Jaipur, the maxi-
mum and minimum
temperatures were re-
corded at 17.7 and 4.6
degrees Celsius, re-
spectively, in the last
24 hours. The weather
office said dense fog
blanketed state on
Tuesday night. Dense
fog was recorded in
some parts of Bikan-
er, Jaipur, Bharatpur
& Kota.
Ice accumulated on the crop in the field of a farmer in Sikar (inset top) A layer of ice on a
water pot kept in the field in Ringas area of Sikar (inset bottom) ice on the roof of a car.
WINTER VACATION
EXTENDED
Alwar District
Collector Jitendra
Kumar Soni has
ordered extension
of winter vacation in
government and non-
government schools
till January 7 due
to the ongoing cold
wave in the district.
T
T
T
RAHUL CONFUSED ON HINDUTVA MATTER
KITES GET A ‘POLITICAL TOUCH’
PATTAS IN ZONE 14
With Makar Sankranti ahead, a kite maker Gaffur in Handipura kite market lines up large
cutouts of political leaders the Centre and the State. —PHOTO BY SUNIL SHARMA
Under the PSKS, JDA Zone 14 Deputy Commissioner Harphool
Pankaj issuing the leases to Vidhani Kalyan Nagar residents.
Razing temple
wall against
religious
feelings, Raje
Transfer orders
of three junior
engineers of
JMCG stayed
First India Bureau
Jaipur: Reacting to the
demolition of boundary
wall of Devnarayan
temple by public works
department to widen
road in
Ajmer, for-
mer chief
m i n i s t e r
Vasundha-
ra Raje on
Wednesday said that by
razing the boundary,
state government has
expressed its anti-reli-
gion policy once again.
“The process of
crushing the senti-
ments of the people by
the state government
has not stopped,” she
said.Raje said that
sometimes the religious
faith of the people of
state is hurt and at oth-
er times the dreams of
the students appearing
for the examination are
broken. She said bound-
ary wall of a 200 year
old temple was broken
in Ajmer while earlier,
Ram Darbar in Salasar
was demolished.
First India Bureau
Jaipur: The Rajasthan
Civil Services Appellate
Tribunal on Wednesday
stayed transfer orders
of three junior engi-
neers of Jaipur Munici-
pal Corporation (Great-
er and Heritage). The
three junior engineers
were transferred to
Kota UIT on December
16, 2022, following
which, the junior engi-
neers appealed against
the transfer orders.
MembertribunalAnant
Bhandari and Suchi
Sharma stayed the
transferred orders
while hearing the peti-
tions filed by junior en-
gineer Sanjay Kumar
Meena, Baldev Sharna
and Sudama Yadav.
The petitioners in
their petitions said that
the state government
had issued an order on
August 1, 2022, banning
transfers of those local
body personnel whose
duties are engaged in
the Prashashan Sheha-
ro Ke Sangh Abhiyan.
However, the junior en-
gineers were trans-
ferred despite the order.
RHB will celebrate
all festivals with its
employees: Arora
Students create ruckus at RU
First India Bureau
Jaipur: Students cre-
ated ruckus at VC secre-
tariat in Rajasthan uni-
versity on Wednesday
in support of research
associate professors
who have been on dhar-
na for the last 9 days
The students broke
through the back gate
of the VC secretariat
and climbed onto the
roof and started shout-
ing slogans against the
Vice-Chancellor as well
as the registrar. Theyac-
cused the university ad-
ministration of bypass-
ing the decisions taken
in the Syndicate meet-
ing. The ruckus went on
for nearly 5 hours.
Vipra Welfare Board gives 17
recommendations for the Budget
First India Bureau
Jaipur: Vipra Welfare
Board has made several
recommendations to
state government to in-
clude them in the state
budget 2023-24. The rec-
ommendations include
Vipra Meritorious Stu-
dent Promotion Scheme
& Parshuram DBT
voucher scheme.
A proposal in this re-
gard was passed in a
meeting which was
chaired by board chair-
man Mahesh Sharma.
Other recommenda-
tions include setting up
of Vipra Kalyan Kosh
for operating all
schemes of Vipra wel-
fare, residential Ved
Vidyalaya at divisional
level and Ved Vidyalaya
at district level, Mata
Renuka Scooty Distri-
bution and Promotion
Scheme, increase in
number of beneficiar-
ies, expansion of hos-
tels for students of eco-
nomically backward
classes.
17 recommendations
have been made in the
proposal passed in the
meeting.
Students atop the university roof. —PHOTO BY SUNIL SHARMA
RHB Commissioner Pawan Arora offering prayers to Lord Ganesha
before inaugurating the paush vada programme on Wednesday.
Vipra Welfare Board Chairman Mahesh Sharma, VP Manju
Sharma and other members during board meeting on Wednesday.
First India Bureau
Jaipur: A Paush vada
programme was organ-
ized in Rajasthan Hous-
ing Board headquarters
on Wednesday. Board
commissioner Pawan
Arora inaugurated the
program by performing
Ganesh Aarti. Arora
said that celebrations
and festivals spread
positivity
. The Board is
continuously strength-
ening the tradition of
celebrating every festi-
val with the employees.
He said that the
Board will collectively
celebrate all the upcom-
ing festivals. During
this, Secretary Alpa
Chowdhary, Financial
Advisor Sanjay Shar-
ma, President of Ra-
jasthan Housing Board
Employees Union
Dashrath Kumar, Exec-
utive President Bhag-
wati Prasad, General
Secretary Pradeep
Sharma, Joint Secre-
tary Govind Natani and
officers were present.
TRADITIONAL VALUE
Jaipur: The issue of
brutal assault on a
journalist and his wife
by the employees of NH
52’s Tatiyawas toll plaza
on Tuesday is snowball-
ing. The police is going
to present challan of
Anoop Sharma who has
been named in the FIR.
Chomu police station
in-charge Vikrant
Sharma said that the
statement of the victim
woman was recorded
in a local court on
Wednesday. He said the
accused persons named
in this case would be
arrested.Meanwhile,
former MLA Bhagwan
Sahai Saini, Youth lead-
er Chhutan Yadav spoke
to victim.
Dausa: Bharatiya Janata
Party leader and Rajya
Sabha member Kirodi
Lal Meena has said that
legislators working even
after tendering their
resignations isn’t con-
stitutional. Meena was
speaking at a meeting
of district officials over
compensation to the
farmers. He said that the
assembly speaker has
been unduly favourable
to CM and state govt.
Meena was in Dausa
to address the issues
related to farmers over
compensation for their
land occupied for the
construction of express-
way passing through
dist. He summoned the
district magistrate.
ASSAULTONJOURNO,
WIFE:STATEMENT
RECORDEDBY
MAGISTRATE
MLAS WORKING
POST
RESIGNATIONS IS
WRONG: KIRODI
NEWS DIGEST
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Dr Rituraj Sharma
Jaipur: Terming it as a
step towards good gov-
ernance, the Gehlot
Government in Ra-
jasthan has begun e-
filing in the desert
State. According to
Chief Secretary Usha
Sharma, new electronic
filing system has been
implemented in the
State Secretariat. Other
departments will also
follow the process from
January 15. The step
will not only smoothen
the official working, it
will also reduce peo-
ple’s burden in visiting
offices just for the sake
of moving files.
As a first step, all the
existing government
files will be scanned
and converted to e-files.
After this, the files will
move virtually with
comments by the offi-
cials concerned. The
filles will complete
their required journey
in the virtual world, af-
ter which, necessary
instructions will be
given to the officials for
the ground action.
Post Secretariat, more depts to begin e-filing
TO REDUCE PEOPLE’S BURDEN
Sodala man tests +ve for
XBB.1.5 variant of Covid
Experts say infection spreads 104 times faster than earlier variant
Vikas Sharma
Jaipur: A patient of a
new variant of Covid-19
hasbeenfoundinJaipur.
The patient is said to be
infected with Omicron’s
new sub-variant
XBB.1.5. This variant of
Covid-19 is from Ameri-
ca and is said to be the
fastest spreading vari-
ant so far. Its speed is 104
timesfasterthantheear-
lier variant. Five cases
of thisvarianthavebeen
reported in the country
.
There is information
about the detection of
this variant in per-
son in the report of
genome sequenc-
ing conducted at
SMS Medical Col-
lege. Dr Bharti
Malhotra, HOD, Mi-
crobiology
, Medical Col-
lege, said that this case
is from Sodala area of
Jaipur and came for in-
vestigation in the last
week of December, in
which the new variant
has been confirmed.
Although the Health
Department officials
are not yet con-
firming this.
Jaipur CMHO
Dr. Vijay Fau-
jdar said that till
now they have not
received any informa-
tion about this patient.
After getting the infor-
mation, further action
will be taken by gather-
ing information about
thehistoryof thepatient
and his contact person.
Sources say that the pa-
tientwasfoundinJaipur
and came positive in De-
cember last year. It is
also being told that the
patient had returned
from the US.
2-DAY NAT’L CS CONFERENCE FROM TODAY
Won’trevealaccused’sID
until proven guilty: ACB
First India Bureau
Jaipur: IPS officer He-
mant Priyadarshy has
beenpostedasactingDG
in the State Anti-Cor-
ruption Bureau. After
assuming office, the DG
issued an order that the
name and photo of an
accused or suspect
should not be made pub-
lic.Theorderwasissued
to all outposts and unit
in-charges of all ACBs.
According to the or-
der, the name of the ac-
cused or photo will not
be made public in the
department until prov-
en guilty. The informa-
tio will not be disclosed
in the media. The in-
vestigation officer will
have to ensure protec-
tion of human rights
of the accused.
Doctors’ names,
other info must
on hospitals’
display boards
First India Bureau
Jaipur: Now patients
will not have to wander
to seek information
about services they can
avail at hospitals under
the Chief Minister Chi-
ranjeevi Health Insur-
ance Scheme. All the
hospitals associated
with the scheme will
have to display on the
boards the information
about all the specialty
facilities and doctors to
be provided to the ben-
eficiaries. Shuchi Tya-
gi, CEO of the State
Health Assurance
Agency, on Wednesday
through VC, instructed
the District Programme
Coordinators posted in
all the districts to en-
sure all these arrange-
ments in two days.
Tyagi said that all the
officers associated with
the scheme. She said
that the beneficiaries
associated with the
scheme should not face
any problem.
CHIRANJEEVI
SCHEME
New flight from Jaipur to Bangkok starts today
First India Bureau
Jaipur: With the in-
crease in passenger
load at Jaipur Interna-
tional Airport, the
number of airlines and
their flights are also in-
creasing. Thai Smile
Airlines will start a new
Jaipur-Bangkok flight
from 2.15 am beginning
on Thursday and will
fly seven days a week.
This 154 seater air-
craft will fly daily from
JaipurtoBangkokat2:15
pm. Before this, the air-
craft will reach Jaipur
fromBangkokat1.15pm.
This will be the second
airline between Jaipur-
Bangkok. People will
have to pay a fare rang-
ing from Rs 12,500 to Rs
16,600.Priortothis,Thai-
Air Asia’s joint venture
used to fly to Bangkok.
The number of inter-
national flights will in-
crease from 26 to 33 in a
week. On an average,
there is movement of
more than 37,000 inter-
national flyers from
Jaipur every month.
Karan Lamba hits 100
for Raj on Ranji Day 2
Naresh Sharma
Jaipur: On the second
day of the Rajasthan-
Jharkhand Ranji match
being played at the
Sawai Man Singh Sta-
dium, Rajasthan’s
Karan Lamba gave the
team a big lead in the
first innings against
Jharkhand while hit-
ting a brilliant century
in his debut match.
In the first innings,
Jharkhand team was all
out for 92 and Rajasthan
was all out for 287.
For Rajasthan, Karan
Lamba scored 122,
Ashok Menaria 24, Ani-
ket Chaudhary 22 and
Rituraj Singh contrib-
uted 15 runs. By the end
of the second day’s
match, Jharkhand had
scored 66 runs in their
second innings without
losing any wicket.
Inspection team finds 75% JMCH staff
including all Gazetted Officers ‘absent’
First India Bureau
Jaipur: A team of the
State Administrative
Reforms Department on
Wednesday conducted a
sudden inspection of
Jaipur Municipal Cor-
poration Heritage. The
seven-member team in-
spected the Heritage
Nagar Nigam premises
and found that 75 per
cent of the staff officers
were found absent.
Shockingly, the team
could not find a single
Gazetted Officer rank
officer present, while
lights and heaters were
found switched on in
their chambers.
The team led by Dep-
uty Secretary of the Ad-
ministrative Reforms
Department, Kalla Ram
Meena reached the Her-
itage Headquarters at
9:30 am on Wednesday
and found that the en-
tire office was empty.
The chamber of Com-
missioner Vishram
Meena was also found
empty. The commis-
sioner himself reached
the headquarters at
around 10:30 am.
“When we got the
biometric attendance
report of all the em-
ployees up to 9:45 am,
out of 489 employee-
officers, 360 were found
absent. We will prepare
a report and send it to
the Principal Secre-
tary of Administrative
Reforms,” said Kalla
Ram Meena.
VMOU PAPER LEAK
University probe teams
to submit report to VC
Bhanwar S Charan
Kota: The Vardhaman
Mahaveer Open Univer-
sity, Kota has formed
teams to investigate the
paper leak case of BA
second year Hindi lit-
erature leak case after
the disclosure of First
India. The incidents of
paper leak have come to
the fore at the examina-
tion centres of Jodhpur
Regional Centre.
The teams that have
left for the centres and
will now submit the re-
port to the Vice Chan-
cellor after the investi-
gation. Vice Chancellor
Prof KC Sodani said
that the paper leak hap-
pened due to the mis-
take at the centre level
or the university exam-
ination section level is
yet to be probed.
The examination of
HD-04 paper code was
held on Tuesday at 115
examination centres
across the state and 65
centres in Jodhpur.
About 8,000 students
were registered in the
second shift exam at
3.30 pm but VMOU will
now take a decision to
reconduct the paper
only after the report of
the inquiry committee.
3rd Nat’l Conference
of Police Investigation
Agencies in Jpr today
Jaipur (PTI): The third
National Conference of
Heads of Police Investi-
gation Agencies, hosted
by the Bureau of Police
Research and Develop-
ment, will begin in
Jaipur on Thursday
.
The two-day confer-
ence is being held here
at the Central Intelli-
gence Training Insti-
tute, Jaipur.
Bureau Director
Amandeep Kapoor said
Union Minister of
State for Home Nity-
anand Rai will inaugu-
rate this national con-
ference. Rajasthan
Governor Kalraj
Mishra will be present
in the closing session
on Friday evening.
“The objective of is
to emphasise on the ma-
jor issues of investiga-
tion and it will include
the latest laws, judg-
ments and their impli-
cations on investiga-
tion and prosecution,
various amendments in
criminal law,” he said.
Jaisalmer admin
stops helicopter
joyride service
First India Bureau
Jaisalmer: The heli-
copter joyride service
which was inaugurated
by two Ministers and
RTDC chief Dharmen-
dra Rathore in Jaisalm-
er was stopped within a
week due to violation
of forest rules. The hel-
ipad is located in the
eco-sensitive zone, ad-
jacent to desert nation-
al park (DNP) which is
the habitat of the en-
dangered bird the
Great Indian Bustard
or Godawan.
There was no envi-
ronmental clearance
for this activity follow-
ing which the forest de-
partment wrote a letter
to the Jaisalmer district
collector to ensure that
the service was imme-
diately stopped.
State Administrative Reforms Department team conducts surprise check at JMC Heritage office on
Wednesday. Lights were on and heaters were found running with no staff inside the rooms.
IMPACT
joyride service
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INDIA ON DEC 28, 2022
BIG B TO ATTEND
INT’L MEDICAL
MEET TODAY
WHAT TO KNOW ABOUT XBB.1.5 VARIANT
Bollywood star Amitabh
Bachchan will come to
Jaipur on Thursday and
attend the International
Conference of Indian
Society of Gastroenterology
(ISGCON-2023) to be held
at JECC from January 5 to
8 and be the chief guest in
the inaugural session. About
3,000 gastroenterologists
from across the country will
gather to discuss the latest
technologies. Renowned
Gastroenterologists like Dr
Paolo Angeli from Europe,
Dr Anita Afzali and Dr Nora
Terott from USA, Dr Runsun
from Malaysia, Dr Helmut
Neumann from Germany,
Dr Gerald Haltmann, Yama
Moto from Japan will partic-
ipate in the conference.
Anew variant of the virus that causes COVID-19 is spread-
ing in the US, raising concerns about a potential wave of
infections and reinfections to start the new year. The variant,
called XBB.1.5, is a descendent of Omicron and a close
relative of the XBB variant, which spread widely in Singapore
and India this past fall. A December study in the journal Cell
demonstrated that XBB is better at evading immune defens-
es gained from vaccination and prior infection, compared
to other variants. This raises the risk of reinfection, a WHO
group warned in October—though the group said at the
time that XBB does not appear to cause significantly more
severe disease than previous strains.
CITING FOREST RULES
TWO ANMs HELD WITH `3,000 BRIBE
Kuchaman (Nagaur): The Nagaur ACB team has ar-
rested the ANMs of Lichana and Gogor red-handed
while accepting a bribe of Rs 3,000. Police inspector
Sushila Bishnoi of Nagaur ACB office carried out the
trap along with the team. ANN of Government Sub
Health Center Lichana and Government Sub Health
Centre Gogor took bribes in lieu of preparing papers
for availing benefits of Rajshree scheme.
Jaipur: Director General of Police Umesh Mishra
has issued orders to put DSP Jitendra Anchalia
on APO. Now, Anchalia will have to mark at-
tendance at the Rajasthan Police Headquarters.
Anchalia was reinstated in November after being
suspended in the Kanhaiyalal murder case. After
the restoration, he did not get the posting and
was attached to the IG office. On January 4,
Mishra cancelled Anchalia’s attachment to the
IG office in Udaipur. The order came after an
FIR registered in the Anti-Corruption Bureau on
December 30, which mentions that a detailed in-
vestigation has to be done against DSP Anchalia.
DGP UMESH MISHRA PUTS DSP
JITENDRA ANCHALIA ON APO
Hemant Priyadarshy
his karyakarta from Gujarat
shares with us how Narendra
bhai is the perfect karyakarta
and how he lives by his ideals.
Narendra bhai has been the
guiding light for her when it
came to ways of accomplish-
ing work at the ground level
with precision. What stands
out about Narendra bhai is
his humility and sense of
gratitude for every single per-
son who has touched his life
in a positive way
.
Once an Akhil Bhartiya
Sammelan had to be organ-
ized in Karnavati. Narendra
bhai was working with us, I
would say in the capacity of
anadvisorandhewouldguide
as about the fundamentals of
organizing such an event. At
that time, I was a total newbie,
a novice in such work. I had
no idea how to proceed in this
regard and had not taken up a
lot of responsibility
.
Soon it was time for the
baithak to commence. We
would get information and
guidelines about all the work
that had to be completed and
we would accomplish all of
that at the ground level. Now
Narendra bhai used to be pre-
sent in the meetings and we
were all answerable for our
tasks and of course, to the
questions that Narendra bhai
would put up to us. So it hap-
pened, Narendra bhai asked
me, “Saroj ji, so what about
the mahila baithak (meeting
of women)?Wasitconvened?”
I replied in the affirmative.
Next question, “So Saroji ji,
how many behene (sisters) at-
tended the meeting?” “About
20-22”, I answered cheerfully
.
Suddenly he asked me, “Were
there 20 or 22?” Now I was
confounded. I did not have the
exact answer for this ques-
tion. In my notes I had jotted
down 20-22 women attended
the meet. But I just did not
remember exactly if they
were 20 or 22. So this is the
first lessons he taught me. Al-
ways be prepared with an ex-
act answer. Narendra bhai is
not someone who will take
terminological inexactitude
or imprecision in work light-
ly. If you are not prepared,
you are sure to flounder.
I am happy that I got a lot of
guidance and support from
him. It was Narendra bhai
from whom I learnt how to
take down meeting notes, how
totakedownnumberswithac-
curacyinthemeetingregister
andhowtomeetworkexpecta-
tions. If I have been allotted
somework,thenhowIamsup-
posed to accomplish with per-
fection, this is something I
learnt from him. Narendra
bhai was never satisfied with
work done at a superficial
level. He expected us to dive
deep down in our allotted
tasks, understand the specif-
ics and come up with details
that were exact and precise.
Icanneverforgetthewayhe
guided us with the minutest
details possible for the sam-
melan. Often, we would be
scratching our heads, wonder-
inghowwemissedoutonsome
minute but vital aspects that
Narendrabhaiwouldpointout
to us with such simplicity and
in a matter-of-fact tone!
I remember in 1980s there
was an event in Aurangabad
and Narendra bhai was one
of the speakers in that event.
The subject for discussion
was “Karyakarta” – what are
the qualities of a good kar-
yakarta, the duties and re-
sponsibilities of a karyakar-
ta, who actually is a kar-
yakarta, what is the differ-
ence between a swayamsevak
and a karyakarta- and the
way Narendra bhai dealt with
each of these minor aspects
was stupendous. His talk was
remarkable for not just rhe-
torical finesse but for the way
in which he explained and
defined the concept of kar-
yakarta. And you know what,
Narendra bhai’s speech is
never something that would
appeal to you at just the intel-
lectual level. It will stir your
soul, in fact your entire being
will be captivated to the point
of numbness when you listen
to him. This happens because
when he speaks, he speaks
from his soul. Narendra bhai,
during this talk, became so
full of emotion himself, it was
as if someone had immersed
fully in the waters of duty,
service and responsibilities
of a karyakarta that every
word of his talk was coming
straight from the depth of
Narendra bhai’s core. He had
become the spirit incarnate
of karyakarta!
It is indeed rare to someone
as eloquent, spontaneous and
deeplikeNarendrabhai.Also,
this speech by Narendra bhai
about karyakarta was so im-
pressive because every drop
of his blood is steeped in the
selfless duties and devotion of
a karyakarta. These quintes-
sential qualities of a kar-
yakarta that Narendra bhai
enumerated in his speech that
day have served as the light-
house for him, irrespective of
his stature in politics. Wheth-
er as CM or as PM, he has al-
ways served the country as
the perfect karyakarta. When
Narendra bhai says that a kar-
yakarta behaves with equa-
nimity with only his goal in
sight, irrespective of whether
he is praised or censured, we
know he has lived by this
quality practically every day
of his life.
There is a saying in Mar-
athi which translates to “Go
and serve Brahmgyaan to
people. But within your own
being you are as blank as a
rock.” We use this often to re-
fer to people who do not prac-
tice what they preach. But
Narendra bhai stands apart
from everyone as the lone
stalwart who will never utter
a word that is untrue to his
own persona, his thoughts,
his ideas and his actions.
Last but not least, with
great fondness I recollect the
lunch at CM house for which
he had invited all the promi-
nent women karyakartas. No
prominent dignitary had ever
invited us to their residence
in the past, not even the May-
or, who had eventually be-
come my friend. So after pre-
senting a bouquet to Naren-
dra bhai, we shared with him
our happiness and our sense
of disbelief that a CM should
invite us. Do you know what
his response was to this? My
eyes filled with tears when I
heard him say
, “When I was a
pracharak, every one of you
has served me food at your
home. And from each one of
those interactions, I gained
one valuable thought. This
lunch today is my way of ex-
pressing my gratitude to each
one of you for helping me de-
velop mentally, physically
and spiritually.” I only pray
that Narendra bhai continues
to serve our country with his
selfless sense of devotion and
may he be blessed with suc-
cess in all his endeavours!
TO BE CONTINUED...
UNTOLD STORIES OF PM MODI - PART 25
‘MODI HAI TO MUMKIN HAI…’
COMPILED AND EDITED BY
SHASHIKANT SHARMA
AND SHWETA SHARMA
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THE PERFECT
‘KARYAKARTA’
FOR MAA
BHARATI’S
‘KARYA’!
Our PM is the perfect
karyakarta in whose
veins flows unconditional
love for his motherland!
NaMo
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‘NARENDRA BHAI STANDS
APART FROM EVERYONE’
‘NARENDRA HAS BEEN GUIDING LIGHT’
N
arendra bhai has been the guiding light for her when
it came to ways of accomplishing work at the ground
level with precision. What stands out about Narendra
bhai is his humility and sense of gratitude for every single
person who has touched his life in a positive way.
T
here is a saying in Marathi
which translates to “Go and
serve Brahmgyaan to people.
But within your own being you are as
blank as a rock.” We use this often to
refer to people who do not practice
what they preach. But Narendra bhai
stands apart from everyone as the lone
stalwart who will never utter a word
that is untrue to his own persona, his
thoughts, his ideas and his actions.
Go and serve Brahmgyaan to
people. But within your own
being you are as blank as a rock.
—SAROJ MUJUMDAR
Prime Minister Narendra Modi
PERSPECTIVE
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Himachal Pradesh
(ANI): Himachal
Pradesh Chief Minister
Sukhvinder Singh
Sukhu on Wednesday
launched ‘Haath se
Haath Jodo Abhiyan’ in
Dharamshala’s Kangra
district, calling the
campaign an extension
of Congress’ Bharat
Jodo Yatra.
CM Sukhu asked the
party workers to or-
chestrate strategies for
Abhiyan’s advertising,
involving print and
electronic media in its
promotion, including
creating Whatsapp
groups at the village
level.
The campaign will
commence in the state
on Republic Day, i.e.
January 26 and is ex-
pected to reach upto the
village and block level
in two months.
“At least one meeting
must be ensured in eve-
ry village under ‘Haath
Se Haath Jodo’ Abhi-
yan,” Sukhu said.
Co-in charge of Con-
gress for Himachal
Pradesh, Sanjay Dutt,
presented a detailed
outline of the events
planned during the
campaign.
Earlier, while speak-
ing to ANI, Digvijaya
Singh told that the prep-
arations have been
made for the ‘Haath se
Haath Jodo Abhiyan’
and a door-to-door cam-
paign will be held after
January 30. “We will
spread the message of
Rahul Gandhi and his
yatra among everyone,”
said Singh.
Sukhu, on his first
visit to Dharamshala on
January 3, addressed
the ‘Jan Aabhar Rally’,
where he expressed
gratitude to the people
of Kangra district for
their massive mandate
in favour of the Con-
gress Party in the re-
cently held assembly
elections.
Sukhu launches ‘Haath Se Haath Jodo Abhiyan’
EXTENSION OF BHARAT JODO YATRA
Sukhvinder Singh Sukhu launching campaign in Dharmshala.
IN THE COURTYARD
CBI MOVES PLEA IN SC CHALLENGING BAIL
GRANTED TO I-T OFFICIAL IN GUJARAT
New Delhi: The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) on
Wednesday moved a plea in the Supreme Court challeng-
ing a Gujarat High Court’s decision
granting anticipatory bail to Addi-
tional Commissioner of Income Tax
Ahmedabad, Santosh Karnani, who
has been accused in a corruption case.
Solicitor General Tushar Mehta men-
tioned the plea before a bench headed by Chief Justice DY
Chandrachud, who agreed to list the matter. Mehta apprised
the bench that there is tutoring of witnesses and even CBI
officials are being approached.
REPRESENTATION OF WOMEN IN JUDICIARY IS
STILL VERY LOW, SAYS RETIRING SC JUDGE
New Delhi: Supreme Court judge Justice Abdul Nazeer, who
retired on Wednesday, in his farewell function, said that
representation of women in the judiciary is still very low.
During his farewell function, SC Bar Association President
Vikas Singh recalled that Justice Abdul
Nazeer was part of the Ayodhya land
dispute. He said that Justice Abdul
Nazeer, being the only Muslim judge on
Constitution Bench decided the contro-
versial Ayodhya land dispute and he agreed to pronounce a
unanimous verdict, which demonstrated his commitment to
secularism and his willingness to serve judicial institution.
New Delhi: The Supreme
Court on Wednesday granted
regular bail to Khushi Dubey,
widow of Amar Dubey, an
aide and relative of the slain
gangster Vikas Dubey. A
bench of Chief Justice of
India DY Chandrachud while
granting bail took note of the
fact that Khushi Dubey was
16-17 years of age at the
time of the commission of
the offence. It said the trial
court would be setting the
terms for her release.
New Delhi: Chief Justice D Y
Chandrachud on Wednesday
said Justice S Abdul Nazeer,
who is demitting office,
always stood for right and
ensured justice is done.The
CJI, who was sitting along
with justices Nazeer and P S
Narasimha in the ceremonial
bench, commended the out-
going judge for his dedication
and said he never allowed
stress to get to him.“Justice
Nazeer doesn’t belong to the
class which would be neutral
between right and wrong
but he would find the right
and stood for it and ensured
justice is done. Unfortunately,
I could not appear before
him,” Justice said.
NCLAT DIRECTS
GOOGLE TO PAY 10% OF
`1337.76 CR PENALTY
New Delhi: In a setback for
Google, an appellate tribunal
on Wednesday refused an
interim stay on the competi-
tion regulator imposing a Rs
1,337-crore penalty on the
US tech giant and asked it
to deposit 10 per cent of the
amount. The NCLAT admitted
the search giant’s challenge
to the CCI slapping a Rs
1,337.76-crore fine for abus-
ing the dominant position of
its Android smartphone oper-
ating system in the country.
‘SAAMANA’ EDITORIAL
SLAMS SC DECISION
ON DEMONETISATION
Maharashtra: In a strong
dissent to the Supreme
Court’s decision on demon-
etisation, Shiv Sena in its
mouthpiece ‘Saamana’ on
Wednesday said that calling
the government decision
“valid” means to “support
the economic massacre of
the country”. The editorial
termed the demonetisation
“economic terrorism” and
said, “To say that the deci-
sion of demonetisation is
valid is like supporting the
economic massacre of the
country. One has to bow
before the decision of the
Supreme Court, saying, in
the case of demonetisation,
Modi is right.”
Uttar Pradesh: The
Rahul Gandhi-led
Bharat Jodo Yatra re-
sumed from Uttar
Pradesh’s Mavikala vil-
lage Wednesday morn-
ing. The Yatra began
following a fireworks
display at the village in
the early hours. The
Yatra, which entered
Uttar Pradesh Tuesday
afternoon, will pass
through Niwara, Sa-
roorpoor, and Baraut
and will halt for the day
in Ailum. As the yatra
resumed in Uttar
Pradesh, Congress said
it aims to uproot hatred
from the state.
Rahul will walk
through Uttar Pradesh
for the next two days.
His Yatra will re-enter
Haryana on January 6,
after which it is likely
to be in Punjab from
January 11 to 20, with a
day in Himachal
Pradesh on January 19.
According to party lead-
ers, the Yatra will ar-
rive at Jammu and
Kashmir’s Kathua dis-
trict on January 20 and
conclude in Srinagar on
January 30.
IN UTTAR PRADESH LEG OF YATRA,
RaGa WALKS AGAINST ‘HATRED’
AAP announces major
reshuffle in Guj unit
Europeans needed wake-up call:
EAM on emerging new world order
Vienna: External Af-
fairs Minister S Jais-
hankar advised the Eu-
ropean countries on the
new world order, the
Ukraine war, and the
Chinese challenge and
apprised that they need
a wake-up call to under-
stand the shaking up of
international order, re-
ported Die Presse.
He said, “ Europeans
needed a wake-up call to
understand that the dif-
ficult aspects of life are
not always taken care
of by others, adding, no
region will be stable if
dominated by a single
power.”
Gujarat (ANI): In a ma-
jor reshuffle in the par-
ty’s Gujarat unit, Aam
Aadmi Party (AAP) on
Wednesday appointed
Gopal Italia as the na-
tional joint secretary
.
According to the official
statement of the party,
GopalItaliawhowasthe
state president of Guja-
rat AAP has been made
the national joint secre-
tary
. Italia will also be a
co-in charge of AAP in
Maharashtra. Isudan
Gadhvi, the CM face of
the party in the latest
state assembly elec-
tions, has been appoint-
ed as the state president
of the party
. Apart from
the President, the Aam
Aadmi Party has divid-
ed Gujarat organiza-
tionally into six zones
with separate working
presidentsforeachzone.
After winning five seats
in Gujarat, the AAP got
the status of a ‘national
party’.
Karnataka CM Bommai hits back at Siddaramaiah
Karnataka: Karnata-
ka Chief Minister Basa-
varaj Bommai, hitting
back at opposition lead-
er Siddaramaiah’s state-
ment comparing him to
a puppy, said that the
peopleof thestatewould
give a fitting reply to the
Congress leader in the
upcoming assembly
election.
Reacting to Siddara-
maiah’s statement com-
paring the Karnataka
CM to a puppy
, CM Bom-
mai told reporters that
it shows the personality
of the Congress leader.
“The dog is a faithful
animal and it’s doing its
job faithfully
. I will save
by faithfulness for the
sake of people. I have
not divided society as
Siddaramaiah did. We
have given people happi-
ness and not the misfor-
tune that was given by
them. This kind of job is
not done by us.”
OBC RESERVATION IN
URBAN POLLS: SP
FILES SLP IN COURT
New Delhi: Samajwadi
Party on Wednesday filed
a SLP in the SC, opposing
the Allahabad High Court’s
Lucknow bench order
to hold the urban body
elections without reserva-
tions for Other Backward
Classes.Advocate Rajpal
Kashyap, representing
the party, said, “On the
direction of Samajwadi
Party chief Akhilesh Yadav,
we have filed SLP in SC.
We hope that the court’s
verdict would preserve
reservations for OBC.”
BJY RESUMES FROM
MAVIKALA, RAGA’S
LOOK-ALIKE JOINS
Uttar Pradesh: Rahul
Gandhi-led Bharat Jodo
Yatra resumes from Ma-
vikala in Baghpat District
in Uttar Pradesh today
morning. Rahul Gandhi’s
look-alike Faisal Chowdhury
who is a party worker from
Meerut Congress also joined
the Yatra today. The Yatra
will cover the stretch from
Mavikala to Baraut today.
The Yatra was initiated with
a fireworks display.Bharat
Jodo Yatra entered its Uttar
Pradesh leg on Tuesday
afternoon after starting
from the Marghat Hanuman
temple, in Delhi.
JAISHANKAR
MEETS NADELLA
New Delhi: External Affairs
Minister S Jaishankar met
Microsoft Chief Executive
Officer (CEO) Satya Na-
della on Wednesday and
discussed several issues
including governance
and security in the digital
domain.“Great to meet
Chairman and CEO of
Microsoft Corporation @
satyanadella. Discussed
delivery, governance and
security in the digital do-
main,” Jaishankar tweeted.
HC REJECTS MONDAL‘S
BAIL PLEA IN CATTLE
SMUGGLING CASE
Kolkata: The Calcutta HC
rejected a bail prayer of
TMC leader Anubrata Mon-
dal, who was arrested by
the CBI in connection with
an alleged cattle smuggling
case.Mondal had prayed
for bail, submitting that he
has been in custody for
over 145 days. The CBI
opposed the prayer, claim-
ing that he may derail the
investigation into the cattle
smuggling case by trying
to influence witnesses
being probed by it.
HC QUASHES
GENDER BIASED
WELFARE NORM
Bengaluru: A married
daughter remains a
daughter in the same
manner that a married
son remains a son,
the Karnataka HC has
ruled while quash-
ing a Sainik Welfare
Board guideline
that barred married
daughters from avail-
ing dependent cards.
RELIEF TO RAWAT
AS SC SETS
ASIDE CBI PROBE
New Delhi: The SC
on Wednesday set
aside an order of the
Uttarakhand High
Court which directed
the Central Bureau of
Investigation (CBI)
to investigate cor-
ruption allegations
against former chief
minister Trivendra
Singh Rawat.
BHARAT JODO YATRA
Rahul Gandhi during the party’s Bharat JodoYatra,at Mavikala,in Baghpat onWednesday.
—PHOTO BY ANI
FARMERS WELCOME RAHUL GANDHI
WITH TROLLEYS FULL OF FLOWERS
Rahul Gandhi’s Bharat
Jodo Yatra reached Uttar
Pradesh’s Mavikala village
on Tuesday night. After
the night halt, the yatra
resumed its journey from
Baghpat district at 6 am
today with a grand fireworks
display. Farmers from
nearby areas welcomed
Congress leader Rahul
Gandhi, who is leading the
yatra, with tractor trolleys
filled with flowers.Accord-
ing to the farmers, Rahul
Gandhi should walk not on
the streets but on a path
of flowers, and so they
got 4 quintals of flowers
to the yatra. Congress
Baghpat district unit Chief
Yunus Chowdhary said
the yatra will enter Baraut
town later in the day where
Rahul Gandhi will address a
gathering of people before
leaving for Shamli district.
The foot march entered Ut-
tar Pradesh on Tuesday via
Ghaziabad’s Loni border.
CONGRESS FORMS COMMITTEE TO
EVALUATE GUJ ASSEMBLY RESULTS
New Delhi: The Congress
on Wednesday set up a
three-member fact-finding
committee to evaluate the
party’s performance in the
recently concluded Gu-
jarat assembly elections
and suggest corrective
measures. The committee
will be chaired by former
Maharashtra minister Ni-
tin Raut, who also heads
the party’s SC depart-
ment. The other members
of the committee are
Shakeel Ahmad Khan and
Saptagiri Sankar Ulaka,
an official communication
from the party said. “The
Congress president has
constituted a fact-finding
committee to evaluate
the results of the recently
concluded assembly
elections in Gujarat and
suggest measures to be
taken, with immediate
effect,” it said.
Naddatoaddress119
boothworkersonJan7
New Delhi (ANI):
BJP National Presi-
dent JP Nadda will
connect with 119 as-
sembly booth-level
presidents and work-
ers through video
conferencing, on Jan-
uary 7 in Telangana,
according to party
sources. The BJP Na-
tional President aims
to connect with the
workers, who are ex-
pected to be in thou-
sands. All partici-
pants will connect
from their respective
centres through vid-
eo conferencing and
approximately, three
to four thousand peo-
ple will join in each
assembly
.
A senior BJP lead-
er informed that the
party is gearing up to
overthrow the KCR
govt in Telangana
and this is the reason
why BJP is continu-
ously doing one pro-
gram after another in
Telangana. Many im-
portant programs
and schemes have
been set by BJP for
Telangana. BJP is
completely focused
on the upcoming as-
sembly elections.
‘Vistarak Yojna’ to strengthen
party for Assembly, LS polls
New Delhi: Ahead of
the upcoming Assem-
bly elections in nine
states and the Lok
Sabha elections in
2024, the Bharatiya
Janata Party (BJP)
has decided to deploy
a force of about 3,000
‘Vistaraks’ (expan-
sionists) across the
country to strength-
en the party, sources
said.Assembly elec-
tions are going to be
held in Madhya
Pradesh, Tripura,
Karnataka, Megha-
laya, Nagaland, Mizo-
ram, Rajasthan, Tel-
angana, and Chhat-
tisgarh. Out of these,
the BJP or its allies
rule all, save Ra-
jasthan and Chhattis-
garh (Congress) and
Telangana (Bharati-
ya Rashtra Samithi).
As per sources, these
Vistaraks will work
closely with the or-
ganisation at the lo-
cal level in each as-
sembly and Lok Sab-
ha constituency and
will report directly to
the central leader-
ship. They are also
expected to prepare a
ground report for the
party ahead of the
polls.
BJP National President JP Nadda
DOG IS FAITHFUL, WILL DO MY JOB
FAITHFULLY: BOMMAI ON ‘PUPPY’ REMARK
Karnataka: Karnataka Chief
Minister Basavraj Bommai
on Wednesday hit out at
the Leader of Opposition
Siddaramaiah and said that
the people of Karnataka will
give a fitting reply to Sid-
daramaiah in the Assembly
elections. The statement
comes in the backdrop of
Senior Congress leader
Siddaramaiah stroking a
controversy after he said CM
Bommai and BJP leaders
shiver like “puppy” in front
of Prime Minister Narendra
Modi. Reacting to Siddara-
maiah’s statement of com-
paring the CM to a puppy,
Bommai told reporters here
on Wednesday, “It will show
the personality of the Con-
gress leader. The dog is a
faithful animal and it’s doing
its job faithfully. I will save
by faithfulness for the sake
of people. I have not divided
society as Siddaramaiah did.
We have given happiness
and not the misfortune given
by them. This kind of job is
not done by us”.On Siddara-
maiah inviting him for an
open debate, Bommai said
there is no big forum than
the Vdiahana Soudha.
Basavaraj Bommai
S Jaishankar meets Satya
Nadella, in New Delhi on
Wednesday.
SC GRANTS BAIL TO
RELATIVE OF SLAIN
GANGSTER DUBEY
JUSTICE S A NAZEER
ALWAYS STOOD FOR
WHAT IS RIGHT: CJI
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New Delhi: After suc-
cessfully launching
one satellite every
week in 2022, Elon
Musk’s SpaceX is in no
mood of taking any
breaks. The Aerospace
company has launched
114 satellites in the
first mission of 2023
crossing the milestone
of the 200th successful
launch in its space ex-
ploration history.
The Transporter mis-
sion was the sixth dedi-
cated smallsat ride-
share mission for the
company, which lifted
off from Space Launch
Complex 40 at Cape Ca-
naveral Space Force Sta-
tion in Florida. SpaceX
used its Falcon-9 rocket
to launch the satellites
into Low Earth Orbit
and said that this was
the fifteenth launch and
landing of this Falcon 9
stage booster.
“Falcon 9 carried 114
spacecraft to orbit that
was set to deploy across
82 deployments, 78 of
which have been con-
firmed. Teams are con-
tinuing to review data
for the remaining pay-
loads, though it may
take customers some
time to provide addi-
tional information on
the status of their pay-
loads,” SpaceX said in a
statement. Among the
114 satellites, about
three dozen were Earth-
observing satellites,
which are the size of a
loaf of bread. These sat-
ellites are built and op-
erated by the San Fran-
cisco-based company
Planet. While the com-
pany launched 114 satel-
lites, it still lags behind
its own record of lifting
off 143 satellites to
space in a single mis-
sion.
The first launch of
the year comes on the
back of 61 successful
launches in 2022.
SpaceX launches 114 satellites in 1st mission of 2023
MARKING SUCCESS
lll
The Aerospace
company has
launched 114
satellites in the
first mission of
2023 crossing
the milestone of
the 200th
successful
launch
New Delhi: A Gujarat bill facilitating registration of criminal
cases against persons who stage protests in violation of
Section 144 of the CrPC has received
Presidential assent, officials said
Wednesday. The Code of Criminal
Procedure (Gujarat Amendment)
Bill, 2021, was passed by the State
Assembly in March last year. The bill
seeks to make any violation of prohib-
itory orders issued under Section 144
CrPC a cognisable offence under IPC Section 188 (disobedi-
ence to an order duly promulgated by a public servant).
Uttarakhand: Former Chief Minister and senior Congress
leader Harish Rawat sat on an hour-long silent fast at his
residence in Dehradun in support of
the people of Banbhulpura of Hald-
wani. Stating that the matter was in
front of the Honourable SC, he said,
“We are praying to god for justice.
We are hoping that nothing happens
to the homes of people.” He further
said that through the silent fast, he
urges the Chief Minister of the state
to intervene. “The CM is the guardian of the state. My silent
fast for an hour is dedicated to the Chief Minister,” he said.
PREZ APPROVES GUJ BILL GIVING POWER
TO TAKE ACTION AGAINST PROTESTERS
FORMER U’KHAND CM SITS ON SILENT
FAST TO SUPPORT HALDWANI PROTESTERS
EIGHT CRPF COMPANIES WILL BE DEPLOYED FROM NEARBY LOCATIONS IN JAMMU  KASHMIR
CENTRE SENDS 18 ADDITIONAL CRPF TROOPS
New Delhi (ANI): The
Central Reserve Police
Force (CRPF) will send
additional 18 companies
to Jammu and Kashmir
in the wake of recent
killings of civilians in
two fresh terror attacks
in Rajouri district,
sources familiar with
the development said.
The 18 CRPF compa-
nies - approximately
1,800 personnel - will be
rushed to the Jammu
region for deployment
mainly in Poonch and
Rajouri districts. As per
inputs, eight CRPF com-
panies will be deployed
very soon from nearby
locations of deployment
in Jammu and Kashmir
while 10 CRPF compa-
nies are being rushed
from Delhi. The move
followed a recent order
issued by the Ministry
of Home Affairs amidst
intelligence input about
the terror attack in the
Jammu region, said the
source.
Six persons, includ-
ing two children, were
killed and many more
injured in two separate
terror attacks in Upper
Dangri village in Jam-
mu and Kashmir’s Ra-
jouri district on Sunday
evening and Monday
morning.
In the latest terror at-
tack, two children were
killed and several oth-
ers injured after a sus-
pected Improvised Ex-
plosive Device (IED)
blast took place in Ra-
jouri’s Upper Dangri
village on Monday
morning.
ADGP Mukesh Singh
cautioned people as an-
other suspected IED
was spotted in the area
near Upper Dangri vil-
lage, which is about
eight kilometres from
Rajouri town.
TOTAL SHUTDOWN IN JK’S POONCH
AGAINST RAJOURI TERROR ATTACK
‘BJP BENIFITS
WHEN PEOPLE ARE
KILLED IN KASHMIR’
Srinagar: Days af-
ter six civilians were
killed by terrorists in
JK’s Rajouri, People’s
Democratic Party chief
Mehbooba Mufti on
Wednesday
accused
the BJP of
running a
“narrative
against
minori-
ties” in the
country. “The BJP is
benefitted when in-
nocent people are killed
in Kashmir as they
run a narrative against
minorities in the
country and demonise
Kashmiris. There is no
accountability to the
question of why did
this incident hap-
pen?” Mufti said while
addressing a press
conference here today.
NIGHT CURFEW
IMPOSED ON
INT’L BORDER
Srinagar: A night
curfew has been
imposed along the
International border
in the Samba dis-
trict of JK in view
of the increasing
movement of terror-
ists on the border,
informed officials
on Wednesday.
As per an order
from the District
Commissioner of
Samba Anuradha
Gupta, the night
curfew will be ap-
plicable from 9 pm
to 6 am in areas
up to 1 km from
the International
Border. “Appeal to
people not to move
unnecessarily,” said
Deputy SP, Garu
Ram Bhardwaj,
SOG, JK police.
Jammu (PTI): The
bandh against the twin
terror attacks in Ra-
jouri that killed six
people and injured 11
others entered its sec-
ond day in the border
town of Poonch on
Wednesday while pro-
tests were held across
the Jammu region. Se-
curity was beefed up in
the border districts of
Poonch and Rajouri in
view of the bandh, of-
ficials said. Shops and
business establish-
ments remained closed
in the district as hun-
dreds of people, brav-
ing cold weather, came
out to hold protests.
Raising anti-Paki-
stan slogans, the protes-
tors burnt tyres and
demanded enhance-
ment of security in and
around minority places
in districts of the Jam-
mu region.
Gwalior records lowest temperature at 4.5 degree
Madhya Pradesh
(ANI): Cold conditions
continueacrossMadhya
Pradesh and the weath-
er department issued an
alert regarding cold
waves in the state, a me-
teorologist said on
Wednesday
.
Gwalior has been the
coldest in the state as it
recorded the lowest tem-
perature at 4.5 degree
celsius. This time Guna
became the second cold-
est region in the state
where the dip in mercu-
ry was recorded at 5.7
degreecelsius.Similarly
,
Bhopal recorded the
minimum temperature
at 7.4 degree celsius. Me-
teorologistSNSahutold
ANI, “There can be cold
days in Bhopal, Sagar,
Gwalior and Rewa divi-
sionof thestate.Gwalior
has been the coldest re-
gion in the state where
temperaturewasrecord-
ed at 4.5 degrees.”
“If we talk about fog
then there will be fog in
the northern parts of
the state. The fog will
also be seen in western
areas of the state. The
weather conditions will
remain the same for the
next two days whose
temperature will re-
volve around 7 degree
celsius,” he said, adding
that after two days, the
temperature will in-
crease gradually by 1
and 2 degrees.
 —Image for representational purpose.
Kashmiri Pandits take part in a candle march in Jammu.
WHO concerned by
China Covid surge,
calls again for data
CBI files charge-
sheet against
power firm
New Delhi (PTI): The
CBI has filed a charge
sheet against CG Power
 Industrial Solutions
Ltd and its former pro-
moter Gautam Thapar
in an alleged bank fraud
of ₹ 2,435 crore, officials
said on Wednesday
. The
agency has alleged that
the accused had availed
loans from a consorti-
um of 13 banks against
the same securities
without disclosing fi-
nances taken from oth-
er banks. The CBI has
alleged that the accused
also borrowed funds
from the bank by mis-
representation.
Agartala (PTI): Two
persons have been in-
jured following the
BJP-CPI (M) support-
ers’ clashes near for-
mer Tripura Chief
Minister Biplab Kumar
Deb’s ancestral house
in Gomti district, police
said on Wednesday
. The
incident occurred on
Tuesday night after a
group of priests ar-
rived at Deb’s residence
at Rajdhanagar in Jam-
juri area of Udaipur to
perform a Yajna in the
annual Shradh ceremo-
ny of Deb’s father, Hir-
udhan Deb.
Starting Wednesday,
a four-day yagna was to
be held on the death an-
niversary of Deb’s fa-
ther at their ancestral
home Jamjuri for
which BJP activists
decorated the house
and the nearby area.
Meanwhile, a group of
CPI(M) supporters also
put up party flags in the
area for their pro-
gramme.
“Some of CPI(M)
flags were allegedly
found torn and thrown
away”, following which
the clash broke out
near the BJP Rajya Sab-
ha MP’s residence.
“One vehicle owned
by a guest of Deb was
allegedly torched by the
CPI(M) supporters dur-
ing the clash and two
BJP activists suffered
injuries. Angered BJP
activists then set four
shops of CPI(M) work-
ers in the village on
fire,” said Udaipur Sub-
Divisional Police Offic-
er Nirupam Dutta.
Geneva (Agencies):
China’s COVID-19 data
is not giving an accu-
rate picture of the situ-
ation there and under-
represents the number
of hospitalisations and
deaths from the dis-
ease, a senior official at
the World Health Or-
ganization said on
Wednesday.
The U.N. agency was
preparing to meet Chi-
nese scientists again
on Thursday as part of
a wider briefing among
member states on the
global COVID-19 situa-
tion as concerns grow
about the rapid spread
of the virus in the
world’s No. 2 economy.
On Tuesday, China’s
top scientists present-
ed data to a WHO tech-
nical advisory group
showing no new coro-
navirus variant had
been found in the coun-
try of 1.4 billion people.
That might ease
some concerns about
the outbreak since Bei-
jing abruptly reversed
its “zero COVID” policy
last month.
But comments by
WHO officials on
Wednesday were the
clearest criticism yet
of China’s recent han-
dling of the pandemic.
It underscored worries
about the accuracy and
availability of Bei-
jing’s data.
 —Image for representational purpose.
RAM TEERTH
KSHETRA TRUST
HOLDS MEETING
Uttar Pradesh: Shri Ram
Janmabhoomi Teerth
Kshetra Trust held its
meeting in Ayodhya to dis-
cuss the progress of the
construction of the Ram
Temple. The meeting held
at the Circuit House was
presided over by Nipendra
Mishra, chairman of the
building construction
committee. As per sourc-
es, on January 4, Ram
Janmabhoomi Trust Board
will have another meeting
on the subject.
WB: NIA RAIDS 17
LOCATIONS IN
VIOLENCE CASE
New Delhi: The National
Investigation Agency on
Wednesday carried out
searches at 17 locations
in West Bengal in con-
nection with the Ekbal-
pore-Mominpur clashes
that occurred in the state
on October 9 last year,
sources said.The raids
are being conducted
at the house and office
premises of the sus-
pects, an official source
privy to the development
told ANI.
MAN DIES DUE TO COLD WAVE IN
MADHYA PRADESH’S INDORE
Madhya Pradesh: A man died allegedly due
to cold weather under Tukoganj police station
limits in Madhya Pradesh’s Indore district on
Wednesday, police said.The man was identified
as Ramakant (40). The residents of the locality
saw the body in the lanes on Wednesday morn-
ing and they informed the Tukoganj police about
the incident. The police rushed to the spot and
sent the body for post mortem. Assistant Sub
Inspector Rakesh Singh Parihar said, “In the
preliminary investigation, it seems that Rama-
kant died due to cold.”
FOUR BF.7 CASES
DETECTED IN
WEST BENGAL
West Bengal: Four
cases of Omicron
subvariant BF.7 were
detected in West Ben-
gal, a health official said
on Wednesday. Genome
sequencing of the
four people, who have
recently returned from
the US, confirmed that
they were infected with
the new variant of the
coronavirus, he said.Of
the four people, three
are from Nadia district,
while one person hails
from Bihar.
Biplab Kumar Deb
Police arrests one in BJP-CPI (M)
clashes near Deb’s residence
 —Image for representational purpose.
Abhishek Shrivastava
Jaipur: The State Gov-
ernment has sent a
proposal to the Central
Government to build a
new city in Kota, the
home district of Urban
Development Minister
Shanti Dhariwal.
Eight new cities are to
be developed across
the country for which
the Centre will give Rs
750 crore for each city.
Earlier, the land was
identified in Shambhu-
pura of Kota but plans
for Kota UIT are already
proposed there. Now,
150 hectares land has
been identified in vil-
lage Ranpur of Kota.
The Centre has an-
nounced to give Rs 6,000
crore to the states under
the incentive scheme in
the field of urban devel-
opment with which
eight new cities will be
developed across the
country. However, this
amount will be used
only for Viability Gap
Funding (VGF) for the
development of cities.
The state govt had
first identified Jaipur,
Pali, Kishangarh, Bar-
mer and Kota. Out of
these five, the first two
cities Pali  Kota were
chosen for setting up
the city
. 200 hectares of
land was identified at
Rohat in Pali. 412 hec-
tares of land in Kota’s
Shambhupura was
identified for the devel-
opment of new city
.
Shivendra Parmar
Jaipur: The Ra-
jasthan Police has got
great success in the
campaign to reduce
the pendency of cases.
In this campaign,
which run under the
direction of DGP
Umesh Mishra, Ra-
jasthan Police has dis-
posed of a large num-
ber of cases in 2022.
In the last days of
222, the police had
launched a large-scale
campaign to reduce
the pendency of the
cases across the state,
which has got good
success. In 2021,
where 23.68 percent
cases were pending in
Rajasthan Police, af-
ter the end of 2022, the
number has reduced
to 16.45%. The Police
has reduced the pen-
dency of cases by
about 8% in 1 year.
DGP Umesh Mishra
gave instructions to
Range IGs and SPs in
several meetings to
minimise the penden-
cy of the cases. It was
only after the instruc-
tions of the DGP that
the Crime Branch of
the Police Headquar-
ters had started a
campaign regarding
this across the state,
which has been com-
pletely successful.
The performance
of Kota Rural Police
has been the best with
only 3.60% cases
pending. Bikaner,
Dausa, Jaipur East,
Jaisalmer, Jalore,
Jodhpur East, Sirohi,
Tonk and Udaipur are
the districts where
the number of pend-
ing cases has in-
creased in 2022 as
compared to 2021.
Alwar (ANI): The Indo-
Tibetan Border Police
(ITBP) on Wednesday
got the first two trainee
hostels in any Central
Armed Police force with
fully central air-condi-
tioning systems.
A total of 800 trainees
can stay in these two
hostels located in Bera-
was village of Ramgarh,
25kmfromAlwarcityin
Rajasthan.UnionMinis-
ter of State for Home
Nityanand Rai on
Wednesdayinaugurated
these two hostels and 83
family residences at
ITBP’s Central Training
College (CTC) in Alwar.
As per the ITBP, these
buildings are meant for
theuseof thetraineesof
and their families.
Jaipur (FIB): Ra-
jasthan minister PS
Khachariyawashassaid
that the last date for dis-
tribution of food sup-
plies under the National
Food Security Scheme
for the month of Decem-
berhasbeenextendedto
January 15, 2023.
Khachariyawas said
those deprived of wheat
in the month of Decem-
bercannowavailitfrom
the fair prices shops un-
til January 15.
Khachariyawas said
the Food Corporation of
India depots didn’t work
to their optimum in the
month of December,
which caused the delay
.
First India Bureau
Jaipur: BJP state presi-
dent Satish Poonia, on
Wednesday, met the
family of
Samod resi-
dent, who
died in a
road acci-
dent in Si-
kar’s Palsana. BJP
spokesperson and local
MLA Ramlal Sharma
also accompanied him.
Expressing condolenc-
es, Poonia and Sharma
consoled Kailash and
Suvalal. People present
told the leaders about
the economic condition
of the family after
which Poonia and Shar-
ma announced to give
one month’s salary to
the dependents of the
deceased. He also said
that the bank account
will be opened in the
name of the deceased’s
dependents.
Poonia said that fi-
nancial aid will be pro-
vided through BJP
workersBhamashahs.
First India Bureau
Jaipur: The Rajasthan
High Court has issued
notices to the Chief Sec-
retary
, ACS- Home, ACS-
Transport, Principal
Secretary – Forest and
others in cases related to
protection of cows and
accidentscausedbystray
animals in State.
Adivisionbenchof CJ
Pankaj Mithal and Jus-
tice Shubha Mehta is-
sued the notices asking
how Rs 1,100 crore, col-
lected as cow cess, was
used for cattle. The no-
ticeswereissuedonaPIL
filed by Councilor Lax-
man Singh and others.
They said in the PIL
that the state govern-
mentimposed10percent
cow cess on stamp duty
for the protection of cat-
tle through which the
collection was Rs 13.16
crore in the year 2015-16,
Rs138.44crorein2016-17,
Rs257.98crorein2017-18,
Rs266.13crorein2018-19,
Rs292crorein2019-20,Rs
345.99 crore in 2020-21
and Rs 418.72 crore in
2021-22.
However, no work is
being done for cow pro-
tection in the state and
accidents are happening
everydayacrossthestate
with cows and other
stray animals.
First India Bureau
Jaipur: Cases worth
more than Rs 129 crores
have been settled under
the amnesty scheme of
mines departmental in
Rajasthan. ACS Mines
Dr. Subodh Agarwal
said that the field offic-
ers have been instructed
to contact the concerned
defaulters directly and
encourage them to de-
posit dues by taking ad-
vantage of the scheme.
Hesaidthattheamnesty
scheme- 2022 has been
implemented for cases
of dues on contractors
of mining leases in mi-
nor minerals, quarry li-
censes, dead rent of tem-
porary work permission
issued for gravel, royalty
,
excessroyaltyetc.(cases)
till March, 2021. In the
scheme, along with the
interestwaiver,themaxi-
mum90%andminimum
40%relief hasbeengiven
in principal amount in
different slabs.
Instructions have
been given to the con-
cernedMiningEngineer
and Assistant Mining
Engineer to automati-
callywaiveoff theentire
interest amount in cases
where only the interest
amount is outstanding.
This scheme has been
implemented for 6
months from Aug 29,
2021. Agarwal said that
Rs 17.60 cr have been de-
posited in a maximum
179 cases in Jodhpur cir-
cle under the scheme.
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Pradeep Garhwal
Jhunjhunu: A cere-
mony to felicitate co-
rona warriors and re-
nowned dignitaries of
Jhunjhunu was or-
ganized by First India
News at SS Modi Vid-
ya Vihar Shikshan
Sansthan, Jhunjhunu
on Wednesday. Chief
guest of the program
was Jhunjhunu MP
Narendra Khichar
while special guests
were District Collec-
tor Laxman Singh
Kudi, SP Mridul
Kachhawa and CMHO
Jhunjhunu Rajkumar
Dangi. The program
was presided over by
First India’s Senior
Editor Jinendra Singh
Shekhawat.
The special guests
inaugurated the pro-
gram by lighting the
lamp. Jinendra Singh
Shekhawat started the
program while anchor
Megha Kaushik man-
aged the stage. During
this, outstanding tal-
ents who played their
important role in the
global pandemic Co-
rona and other works
in the district were
honoured.
Sunita Devi, widow
of Martyr Sena Medal
awardee Shivram
Gurjar who had killed
Pulwama attack mas-
termind Kamran
Ghazi and two other
terrorists, was felici-
tated. Tarachand Ban-
gadwa, whose two
sons were martyred in
the service of the
country, was also hon-
ored. The guests
hailed the unique ini-
tiative of First India,
under which the chan-
nel is felicitating the
people doing excellent
work in the districts.
CORONA WARRIORS AND
MARTYRS’ KIN FELICITATED
Proposal for new city in
Kota sent to the Centre
150 hectares land has been identified in village Ranpur of
Kota for developing a new city with mammoth `750 crore
Special campaign
was run by DGP
Umesh Mishra to
reduce pendencies
Case pendency reduced to
16.45% in 2022: Raj Police
Earlier, the land was identified in Shambhupura, Kota. —FILE PHOTO
Mridul Kachawa, Laxman Singh Kuri, Narendra Kumar, Jagmal
Lotasara, Jinendra Singh Shekhawat, Jawed Alam Siddiqui,
Vishal Mathur, Mahendra Saini, and other dignitaries during the
lighting of the lamp on Wednesday.
Guests and Jhunjhunu District First India team with Awardees
of ‘Jhunjhunu Ke Ratna’ on Wednesday.
Mridul Kachawa, SP Jhunjhunu, Laxman Kuri, District Collector Jhunjhunu, Narendra Kumar, MP,
Jhunjhunu, Jagmal Lotasara (Retired RPS), Rajkumar Dangi, CMHO Jhunjhunu, and Jinendra Singh
Shekhawat, First India News ’s Senior Editor during ‘Jhunjhunu Ke Ratna’ awards on Wednesday.
First India Bureau
Kota: Medical college
authorities have sought
the Rajasthan govt’s
permission to claim
bodies of the destitute
and those abandoned in
shelter homes amid a
crippling shortage of
cadavers for students.
Medical colleges in Kota
and Jhalawar are grap-
pling with severe short-
age of cadavers, being
forced to manage practi-
cal studies by grouping
students together.
Govt Medical College
in Kota is conducting
practical classes for its
250 students with 8 to 10
cadavers. Government
Medical College in Jhal-
awar, on the other hand,
has only 6 cadavers for
its 200 students. This
practice, however, runs
contrary to the National
Medical Commission’s
guidelines of one cadav-
er for 10 students. Ca-
davers are human bod-
ies used by medical stu-
dents, physicians and
other scientists to study
anatomy, identify dis-
easesitesanddetermine
causes of death.
Accepting the short-
age of cadavers, Govt
Medical College in Jhal-
awar Dean SB Sharma
saidhewrotetothestate
govt two months ago to
request permission for
claiming bodies from
shelter homes.
Med colleges face cadaver shortage,
looking to acquire unclaimed bodies
There is a guideline for one cadaver on 10 students. —FILE PHOTO
Sangeeta Sharma
Jodhpur: The Indian
Institute of Technology
JodhpursignedaMemo-
randum of Understand-
ing (MoU) with Rishabh
Instruments Ltd. and
Ivaan Foundation to set
up the Rishabh Centre
for Research and Inno-
vation in Clean Energy
.
The MoU was signed be-
tween Dr Santanu
Chaudhury
,Director,IIT
Jodhpur and Narendra
Goliya, Chairman and
Managing Director,
Rishabh Instruments
Ltd and Ivaan Founda-
tion. For the establish-
ment of the centre,
Ivaan Foundation has
committed to provided
financial support of
around 70 crores.
Thecentre’smainaim
is to facilitate basic and
applied research by uti-
lizing the knowledge
base of faculty and re-
searchers at IIT Jodh-
pur. The centre will also
look for opportunities to
engage with other aca-
demic institutions, tech-
nology centres, startups
andindustriesspreadall
over the country
.
IIT-J, Rishabh Instruments ink MoU for clean energy
Dr Santanu Chaudhury, Director, IIT Jodhpur  Narendra Goliya, MD,
Rishabh Instruments Ltd during MoU signing on Wednesday.
ITBP gets 1st two
trainee hostels in
any CAPF with
fully central AC
Kota Rural: 5.93% in
2021, 3.60% in 2022
GRP Jodhpur: 14.38%
in 2021, 4.14% in 2022
Jhunjhunu: 12.23% in
2021, 4.74% in 2022
Banswara: 16.02% in
2021, 4.79% in 2022
Baran: 18.02% in
2021, 5.69% in 2022
PENDENCY METER
Food distribution
for Dec extended
until January 15
Sikar accident:
Poonia meets
victim’s family
HC issues notice to CS,
ACS over stray animals
Cases of `129 cr settled under Amnesty
Scheme of mines department: Agarwal
JHUNJHUNU RATNA SAMMAN CEREMONY OF FIRST INDIA NEWS
Sunita Devi, widow of Pulwama
martyr being felicitated.
Tarachand Bangadwa, father of
two martyrs being felicitated.
Event held at SS Modi
Vidya Vihar Shikshan
Sansthan, Jhunjhunu
Resolve to spend half an hour daily
with nature in 2023- Feel the Sun in
your face, feel the grass under your feet,
listen to the wind-Change your life!
—Dr Jagdeesh Chandra,
CEO  Editor-in-Chief, First India
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Rajendra Chhabra
Jaipur: There is an age
old adage in Hindi,
‘Kabhi Gaadi Naav
Mein, Kabhi Naav
Gaadi Mein,’ which
holds true for two offic-
ers in Bharatpur. RAS
officer Parshuram
Dhanka was posted by
State Government as
ADM Bharatpur, how-
ever, Collector Alok
Ranjan didn’t allow
him to join, As a result,
the senior RAS had to
be embarrassed in the
bureaucracy, along
with this, he had to sit
at home while being
APO for past two
months. But don’t
know what did the DoP
think, it posted Dhanka
in Revenue Appellate
Authority in Bharat-
pur. In the administra-
tive systems, Collector
conducts hearing of ap-
peal of RAA revenue
cases in districts. Thus,
now Parshuram Dhan-
ka will conduct hearing
of appeals on Collector
Alok Ranjan’s orders
and give decisions as
well, which means that
Dhanka is effectively on
a ‘higher chair’ than
Ranjan!
It is worth noting that
in districts, RAA con-
ducts hearing on cases
related to Land Revenue
Act and Tenancy Act.
RAA comes directly un-
der Board of Revenue
and the Collector
doesn’t have the con-
trol on them. Although
this is an administra-
tive discrepancy that
the decisions and or-
ders given by an IAS
can be appealed before
a ‘junior’ RAS cadre of-
ficer.In several states
of the nation, an ap-
peal on Collector’s de-
cision is heard by Divi-
sional Commissioners
 in Rajasthan, the IAS
lobby has been de-
manding this for a long
time. But due to objec-
tion by politicians, the
situation has remained
as it is. Secondly, land
revenue cases are dime
a dozen in districts 
thus, villagers can ap-
proach RAA with ease
whereas, since there
are seven Divisional
Commissioners in
State, it will become
cumbersome for the ag-
grieved to approach
divisional headquar-
ters. The post of RAA
is considered extreme-
ly important in the
RAS cadre.
Collector denies RAS from taking charge,
Govt gives him ‘bigger chair’ than Collector!
PREZ MURMU: SCOUTS  GUIDES
WORK FOR SOCIETY’S WELFARE
Rajeev Gaur,
Subhash Trivedi, Dimple
Sharma  Deepti Gautam
Pali: President Droupa-
di Murmu on Wednes-
day said that Scouts and
Guides do not work for
their personal gain but
for the benefit of the so-
ciety
. “There are many
examples from all over
the world including
Martin Luther King Jr.
whocampaignedagainst
racism, and Bill Gates,
whorevolutionizedtech-
nology
, who also worked
as scouts in their lives.
This organization incul-
cates a sense of univer-
sal values and ethos in
the youth, which helps
them throughout their
life,” the President said
after inaugurating the
18th National Scouts
and Guides Jamboree at
Rohat in Pali district.
“During the COV-
ID-19 pandemic, the
Bharat Scouts and
Guides have shown ex-
emplary courage in
serving the society
. Im-
mediate remedial meas-
ures have to be taken for
the adverse effects of
climate change. Scouts
Guidescanplayanim-
portant role by adopting
renewable energy, re-
ducing carbon footprint
and making sustainable
efforts,”shesaid.“Youth
are future builders of
nation. Urge them to
move ahead with full
faith in themselves to
face upcoming challeng-
es,” the President said.
First India Bureau
Pali: Chief Minister
Ashok Gehlot inaugu-
rated the development
exhibition depicting
the public welfare
schemes of the State
govt on Wednesday at
the 18th National Jam-
boree at Rohat in Pali.
While visiting the exhi-
bition, he also interact-
ed with the beneficiar-
ies of various schemes.
Gehlot encouraged
women self-help groups
at the stall of Rajasthan
Rural Livelihood Devel-
opment Council by tak-
ing information about
sanitary napkins pro-
duced by their Cluster
Level Federation (CLF).
The women of the
group told that the sani-
tary napkin making
unit has been estab-
lished by CLF in asso-
ciation with NGOs. The
women thanked CM for
distributing sanitary
napkins prepared by
SHGs through the
Udaan scheme. Scouts-
guides  other partici-
pants took information
about various schemes
of State government.
First India Bureau
Jaipur: The Congress
has now started ap-
pointments to posts of
organisation that have
been running vacant for
nearly two and a half
years and the first ap-
pointments have been
conducted of Block
Presidents.
Congress has ap-
pointed 100 block presi-
dents. Efforts have been
made to accommodate
all factions in the ap-
pointments of block
presidents. District
Prezs and the remain-
ing 300 Block Prezs are
to be appointed this
week. Notably
, last week
Congress in-charge
Sukhjinder Randhawa
had claimed to make ap-
pointments within two
days. Attention to opin-
ion of MLAs has been
given in appointment.
There are 400 blocks
in the Congress. Cur-
rently Block Presidents
in 25% blocks have been
appointed and Prezs in
75 per cent blocks still
need to be appointed.
First India Bureau
Jaipur: PM Narendra
Modi has written a let-
ter to Sang Singh,
brother of groom
Surendra Singh, ex-
pressing grief over de-
mise of 35 people in a
gas cylinder blast dur-
ing a wedding at Bhun-
gra village of Jodhpur
district. “I can under-
stand how heartbreak-
ing it must be to lose so
many people of the
family. Words can’t ex-
press the pain of this
irreparable loss. I wish
speedy recovery to in-
jured and pray to God to
provide you the
strength to face the dif-
ficult situation. Om
Shanti,” the letter read.
First India Bureau
Jaipur: The State gov-
ernment has now put a
stop to the process of
transfers going on for
a long time in all the
departments of the
state. Orders in this
regard have been is-
sued by the Adminis-
trative Reforms De-
partment. However,
the orders to stop
transfers will be effec-
tive from January 15.
In urgent cases,
transfers will be possi-
ble only after the ap-
proval of the CM. In the
orders, it has been said
that on March 23, 2022,
the State government
had lifted the ban on
transfers of officers
and employees and
since then transfers of
officers and employees
were going on continu-
ously in all the depart-
ments.
But now after about
10 months, the govern-
ment has banned the
transfers. The orders
banning transfers will
also apply to all corpo-
rations, boards and au-
tonomous institutions.
It is a pride...
This is the biggest asset
of ourfuture,whichwill
always be there. With
the efficient manage-
ment learned here, we
will be able to face fu-
ture challenges easily
.
National Jamboree will
further strengthen
youth’s resolve to serve
the nation. State Govt
has fully cooperated in
organising Jamboree,”
the CM said.
Gehlot said that there
are more than 12 lakh
Scouts  Guides in Raj.
“They have played an
important role in Covid
management by acting
like a disciplined sol-
dier,” CM said as he wel-
comedScout-Guidesand
officials from different
states and also from dif-
ferent countries includ-
ing Ghana, Malaysia,
Saudi Arabia, Bangla-
desh, Sri Lanka etc.
Governor  CM wel-
comed the President by
presenting mementos at
the ceremony
. Jamboree
souvenir, special cover
and Jamboree maga-
zine were also released
by the President on the
occasion. During this, a
meeting was held on the
theme of ‘Ek Bharat,
Shrestha Bharat’. Cul-
tural programmes were
organised.
First India Bureau
Pali: Chief Minister
Ashok Gehlot held a
public hearing at Pali
Circuit House on
Wednesday evening. He
reached among the
common people and lis-
tened to their problems
and directed the offic-
ers for quick solutions.
In the public hearing,
people from Pali and
surrounding areas in-
formed about their
problems. Gehlot also
took information from
District Collector Na-
mit Mehta about the is-
sues.
During this, Marwar
Junction MLA Khush-
veer Singh Jojawar, for-
mer MP Badriram
Jakhar and other public
representatives and
senior officers were
present on the occasion.
‘I don’t do anything, whatever
happens, Shiv Baba gets it done’
The organisation inculcates a sense of
universal values  ethos in youth, Prez says
‘Role of Scouts  Guides crucial in adopting
renewable energy, reducing carbon footprint’
Ashok Kumawat 
Kamlesh Prajapat
Mount Abu: Presi-
dent Droupadi Mur-
mu woke up at 3.30
am on Wednesday af-
ter a night’s rest at
Gyan Sarovar in
Mount Abu. She then
practiced meditation
and also attended the
regular spiritual
Murli class of the
Brahma Kumaris.
While addressing
the members present
in the class, the Pres-
ident said that Baba
has always supported
her. “I did not know
Hindi language, but
with the blessings of
Shiv Baba, I acquired
the knowledge of
Hindi language. Even
today Baba always
wakes me up by hold-
ing hand at Amrit
Bela (around 4 am). I
don’t do anything,
whatever happens,
Shiv Baba gets it
done,” she said while
sharing her spiritual
insight.
After the Murli
class, the President’s
convoy reached the
Pandav Bhavan,
where she visited
Brahma Baba’s cave
and paid floral trib-
utes at Baba’s cottage
and tomb.
President Murmu
also visited the His-
tory Hall and Chard-
ham, took lunch at
Gyan Sarovar and af-
ter that left for Rohat
in Pali district. Min-
isters Sukhram Vish-
noi and Dr BD Kalla
were present with the
President’s convoy.
During her stay at
Brahmakumari’s
institution in
Mount Abu,
President Murmu
meditated and
also attended the
regular spiritual
Murli class
President Droupadi Murmu pays tributes by laying a wreath
at the Shanti Stambh, the memorial of organisation’s founder
Brahma Baba at Pandav Bhawan, the international HQs of
the organisation in Mount Abu on Wednesday.
President Droupadi Murmu being presented an album showcasing photographs of her visit to
Rajasthan by Governor Kalraj Mishra in Jaipur on Wednesday. (Inset) Folk artistes perform during
the inauguration of 18th National Jamboree of the Bharat Scouts and Guides in Pali on Wednesday.
CM Ashok Gehlot inspects the development exhibition organised
during the 18th National Scouts  Guides Jamboree in Rohat
village of Pali. Also seen here is GS Dotasra and others.
The letter written by PM Modi
to kin of cylinder blast victim.
This organisa-
tion associated
with discipline,
service  dedication is
associated with the Indi-
an culture of Vasudhai-
va Kutumbakam. Sacri-
fice  service are special
qualities of Scouting.
With this feeling life can
be made meaningful.
—Kalraj Mishra,
Governor
CM inaugurates exhibition,
motivates Udaan beneficiaries
CM Ashok Gehlot
launches the poster
showcasing various
development works
being carried out by
Cong MLA Kisnaram
Vishnoi in Lohawat at
CMR on Wednesday.
Also seen here are
GS Dotasra, Kisnaram
Vishnoi and others.
CM UNVEILS POSTER
Cong appoints 100 block chiefs to
posts lying vacant for two  half yrs
‘No’ transfers in all depts of
State Govt from January 15
FROM P1…
PM writes to kin
of Jodh cylinder
blast victim
CM holds public
hearing, assures
quick solutions
Parshuram Dhanka
CM Ashok Gehlot addresses
peoples’ concerns during public
hearing at Circuit House in Pali.
Randhawa  Dotasra
congratulate newly
elected chiefs saying
that they will work to
strengthen the party
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JAIPUR, THURSDAY,
JANUARY 5, 2023
L
ike many other things,
Indian attire has also
been influenced by
Westernization. A size-
able portion of Indians
now favours Western
apparel over tradition-
al outfits like sarees and dhotis,
including jeans, trousers,
skirts, T-shirts, suits, and
shirts. However, a substantial
segment of the populace likes
to wear only traditional Indian
attire. Intriguingly, during
the past ten years, a
stunning fusion of
Indian and West-
ern attire has
gained popular-
ity and is now
referred to as
“Indo-Western”
or “Indo-West-
ern fusion”
clothing.
Indo-Western fu-
sion clothing is pre-
sent as “the in thing”
in India and is gener-
ally liked by male, fe-
male, and child buyers.
These clothes are
becoming more common in In-
dian culture and are now pre-
ferred for both formal and cas-
ual occasions as well as for
business attire. There are sev-
eral designers that specialise in
creating Indo-Western fusion
clothing. As a result, the mar-
ket is filled with various items
of this clothing.
Indo-Western fusion clothing
typically combines Indian mo-
tifs with Western-style pat-
terns. Usually
, ornate stoles are
worn as an accessory to en-
hance the look of salwar ka-
meez in Indo-Western fashion.
Another kind of fusion that is
prevalent nowadays is the em-
ployment of regionally specific
Indian ethnic embroidered de-
signs, like Punjab’s phulkari
and Rajasthan’s mirror work,
on clothing with Westernized
patterns. There are other in-
stances when more ornate em-
broidery techniques like
Meenakari, Kundan, Resham,
and Zardozi work are employed.
In India right now, denim
jackets and pants with embroi-
dery and other decorations
done in Indian style are all
the rage. Both men and women
like wearing the shorter form
of the kurta, known as the
“Kurti,” which is typically
worn with a pair of denim
slacks or trousers.
Bridal clothing has progres-
sively caught on to the Indo-
Western fusion fashion trend.
Grecian-style draping of sarees
is getting more popular, and the
design of saree blouses is be-
coming more and more West-
ernized. Another example of
Indo-Western fusion clothing
that is becoming acceptable for
a wedding dress is lehengas
worn with halter tops.
Accessories also contain this
blending of aspects from Indi-
an and Western civilizations,
particularly jewellery. Indian
traditional jewellery typically
receives a slight Westerniza-
tion so that it may be used with
fusion clothing. In addition,
big, hanging earrings, beads,
and elaborate bracelets are
popular with fusion clothing.
FUSION
FASHION
FUNDA!
Globalization has made it possible to recognise and
incorporate other fashion cultures and moods.
Indo-Western fashion, which combines Western
and Indian fashion, is one example of this
combination. City First brings to perfect attire to
carry your every mood!
UTTKARSHA SHEKHAR
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  • 1. MAXIMUM NEWS WIDER REACH! 074 CHANNEL NO BSE SENSEX 60,657.45 636.75 | NSE NIFTY 18,042.95 189.60 JAIPUR l THURSDAY, JANUARY 5, 2023 l Pages 12 l 3.00 l RNI NO. RAJENG/2019/77764 l Vol 4 l Issue No. 210 www.firstindia.co.in I https://firstindia.co.in/epapers/jaipur I twitter.com/thefirstindia I facebook.com/thefirstindia I instagram.com/thefirstindia OUR EDITIONS: JAIPUR, NEW DELHI & MUMBAI DELHI HORROR: AUTOPSY SHOWS THAT ANJALI WAS NOT DRUNK Mogadishu: Two car bombs detonated by al Shabaab militants in central Somalia on Wednesday killed at least 35 people, including eight members of a single family, and wounded 40 more, a senior police officer said. The attack, claimed by Al Shabab, took place in the Hiran region of central Somalia. New Delhi: Family members of Anjali Singh, who was dragged to death by a car in Delhi on Sunday, issued a statement on Wednesday claiming that her autopsy report showed no signs of her having alcohol on the night of the horrific accident. SONIA GANDHI IN HOSPITAL FOR TREATMENT OF VIRAL INFECTION New Delhi: Former Cong Prez Sonia Gandhi was on Wednesday admitted to Sir Ganga Ram Hospital in Delhi for treatment of a viral respiratory infection. During the day, both Rahul and Priyanka Gandhi returned to Delhi from UP where yatra is currently at. CAR BOMBS KILL 35, BURN HOUSES IN SOMALIA CABINET APPROVALS `19,744 crore nod for National Green Hydrogen Mission First India Bureau New Delhi: The Union Cabinet, chaired by PM Modi, has approved Na- tional Green Hydrogen Mission. Cabinet has approved an expendi- ture of 19,744 crore for implementing National Green Hydrogen Mis- sion, I&B Minister Anu- rag Singh Thakur said on Wednesday. “Under the NGHM, 50 lakh tonnes of green hydro- gen will be produced per annum by 2030,” Minister Thakur said. Union Minister Anurag Singh Thakur speaks to media in presence Dr L Murugan and Satyendra Prakash in New Delhi on Wednesday. DOORDARSHAN AND AIR GET BIG BOOST OF `2,500 CRORE INFRASTRUCTURE UPGRADE Central government on Wednesday approved a scheme of more than 2,500 crore for Doordarshan and All India Radio (AIR) in a bid to upgrade Prasar Bharati’s broadcast infrastructure and network. The budget was approved by the CCEA. The scheme, Central Sector ‘Broadcasting Infrastruc- ture and Network Development (BIND), for infra upgrade of Doordarshan and AIR, was announced by Anurag Thakur. The production of green hydrogen through various sources would lead to a reduction in carbon emissions of 50 million metric tons, and our import bill of `1 lakh crore would be significantly reduced as well. —Anurag Singh Thakur, I&B Minister KEY HIGHLIGHTS  Investment of `8 lakh crore and creation of 6 lakh jobs are expected under the National Green Hydrogen Mission till 2030  Under the BIND scheme, the government aims to provide high-quality content for international and domestic audiences  Cabinet approves investment for 382 MW Sunni Dam Hydro Electric Project in HP by SJVN Limited for `2,614.51 crore  Union Cabinet gave ex-post facto approval for naming of Greenfield International Airport Mopa in Goa as Manohar International Airport A BIG RELIEF FOR THE YOGI GOVERNMENT Top Court stays HC order onOBCquotainULBpolls First India Bureau New Delhi: In a big re- lief for UP CM Yogi Adi- tyanath, SC on Wednes- day put a stay on the Allahabad HC order di- recting the state govern- ment to hold urban bod- ies elections by January 31 without reservation for the Other Backward Classes (OBCs). A bench comprising CJI DY Chandrachud and Justice PS Nar- asimha took note of the submissions made by Solicitor General Tush- ar Mehta, appearing for State, and directed that a panel appointed by State will have to decide the OBC quota-related issues for local bodies poll by March 31, 2023. The Supreme Court permitted State govt to appoint administrators to run the affairs of the local bodies after the ex- piry of the tenure of the elected representatives. It said that administra- tors will not be empow- ered to take major poli- cy decisions.  UP government, which had earlier challenged the HC’s order, told SC that the OBC Commission has already been formed, will complete its task by March  Apex Court directs State Election Commission to hold polls by January 31 after transferring OBC seats in the draft notification to general category YOGI WELCOMES TOP COURT’S DECISION UP CM Yogi Adityanath has welcomed the Supreme Court verdict on civic body elections in Uttar Pradesh and said his government will cooperate in holding the polls within the apex court time limit while implementing reservation for the OBC.  The Supreme Court has rejected to hear a plea by Samajwadi Party leader Azam Khan in which he had requested to transfer the cases against him out of Uttar Pradesh. The apex court ruled this on 4th January 2022.  SC judge Justice Bela M Trivedi on Wednesday recused herself from hearing pleas challenging pre-mature release of 11 convicts, who had gang-raped Bilkis Bano. Bench of Justices Ajay Rastogi and Bela M Trivedi ordered that matter be listed before bench of which Justice Trivedi is not a part.  The Apex Court will hear today a petition challenging the Uttarakhand High Court’s order to vacate 29 acres of railway land in Haldwani as residents of the 4,000-odd home continue to protest, pray, and beseech officials not to go ahead with the demolition. OTHER COURT NEWS DNA CONFIRMS BONE, HAIR SAMPLES ARE THOSE OF SHRADDHA New Delhi: In a major development in the Shraddha Walkar murder case, Police on Wednesday said that samples of hair and bones recovered by them matched that of Shraddha. Samples had matched with victim’s dad and brother, Police said. WALMART GETS $1 BN TAX BILL FOR SHIFTING PHONEPE HQ TO INDIA Bengaluru: Walmart and other shareholders of digital payments app PhonePe will have to pay tax worth around $1 billion after the fintech firm shifted its headquarters to India from Singapore last year, agency reported on Wednesday, citing people familiar with the matter. READ Crucial Crucial PANT AIR-LIFTED TO MUMBAI HOSPITAL FROM DEHRADUN Mumbai: India wicket- keeper batter Rishabh Pant was on Wednesday air-lifted to Mumbai’s Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani Hospital on Wednesday from Dehradun’s Max Hospital. During the day, BCCI said Pant will undergo surgery and subsequent procedures for ligament tears and will continue to be monitored by their medical team. Passenger faces 30-day ban for urinating on woman First India Bureau New Delhi: Air India on Wednesday said it has imposed a 30-day flying ban on a passen- ger who had urinated on a female co-passen- ger onboard a flight from New York to Delhi in November last year and set up an internal panel to probe whether there were lapses on the part of their crew in ad- dressing the situation. Aviation regulator DGCAsaidithassought a report from the air- line on incident, which happened on Nov 26 & will take action against those found negligent. AI said it has filed a police complaint about the incident but did not specify when the 30-day flying ban on passenger came into effect. Delhi Police said teams have been formed to catch the passenger. PARIS-BOUND AIR INDIA MAKES EMERGENCY LANDING IN DELHI AFTER TECHNICAL SNAG INDIGO AIRCRAFT SUFFERS TAIL STRIKE WHILE LANDING AT THE KOLKATA AIRPORT An Air India flight bound for Paris was forced to return to New Delhi on Wednesday after a snag was detected midair. Flight carrying 210 passengers landed safely at the airport. Senior DGCA official informed flight was involved in an air turnback due to a “Slats Drive” snag message, probe has been ordered. IndiGo on Wednesday said one of its Airbus A321 aircraft suf- fered a tail strike while landing at the Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose International Airport in Kolkata. The incident took place on Monday as the aircraft, with flight number 6E1859, was coming to Kolkata from Dhaka. No injuries were reported. Day after Jain monk’s death, CM Gehlot speaks to J’khand CM Soren over issue First India Bureau Jaipur: CM Ashok Ge- hlot on Wednesday spoke on phone with JharkhandCMHemant Soren and discussed re- garding the demand of Jain society regarding Tirtha Shri Sammed Shikhar. Soren assured Gehlot that issue would be resolved soon. Jain monk Sugyesagar Ma- haraj, 72, who was fast- ing over Sammed Shi- kharissue,hadbreathed his last on Tuesday in Sanganer in Jaipur. THE JAINS’ ISSUE The Jharkhand govern- ment has declared Par- asnath hills in Giridih district as a tourist place. People of Jain so- ciety across the country have been protesting against this decision. Parasnath hill is fa- mous as Sammed Shi- khar, highest pilgrim- age among the Jains. PRESIDENT DROUPADI MURMU INAUGURATES 18TH NATIONAL SCOUTS AND GUIDES JAMBOREE NATIONAL JAMBOREE, A ‘MINI YOUNG INDIA’: PREZ Rajeev Gaur, Subhash Trivedi, Dimple Sharma and Deepti Gautam Pali: President Drou- padi Murmu inaugu- rated 18th Nat’l Scouts and Guides Jamboree at Rohat in Pali district on Wednesday . Welcoming more than 37,000 Scouts & Guides from different countries including In- dia, she said that there is unique enthusiasm and energy in this con- ference of youth. “This gathering of youth is Mini Young In- dia. Scouts work whole- heartedly for humanity and social service. It is a matter of pride that the highest number of Scouts in entire coun- try are from Rajasthan, a symbol of courage and valor,” President Murmu said.Murmu unfurled flag of Bharat Scouts, Guides, viewed Parade & band. More on P8 President Droupadi Murmu being presented a memento by Rajasthan Governor Kalraj Mishra, CM Ashok Gehlot and PCC Chief Govind Singh Dotasra on Wednesday. President Droupadi Murmu during inauguration of 18th National Jamboree of the Bharat Scouts and Guides, in Rajasthan’s Pali. Also seen here is Niranjan Arya. P4  National Jamboree begins in Rajasthan after 67 years  ‘Mahakumbh’ of 37k Scouts, Guides IT IS A PRIDE TO BE A SCOUT-GUIDE, SAYS CM GEHLOT Rajasthan CM Ashok Gehlot has said that it is a matter of pride to host the National Jam- boree in the presence of the President. “Being a Scout-Guide is a matter of pride. I myself have been associated with scouting since childhood. Here one learns to be disciplined, do social service and follow the great culture of the country. National Jambo- ree is giving the message of unity in a country with different culture, language and tradition. Coming generations will get great values from Scouting. Turn to P8 MULTIPLE BLASTS HEARD IN AFGHAN CAPITAL: REPORT Kabul: Afghanistan’s capital Kabul, on Wednesday, was reportedly rocked by several blasts in the city, According to local reports, multiple blasts were heard in the country’s capital city. Howev- er, Taliban officials are yet to comment on the explosions. The latest incident came barely three days after at least 10 people were killed and eight others seriously injured in an explosion that occurred at the Kabul mili- tary airport, on January 1. OTHER TOP RAJ STORIES A patient of a new variant of Corona has been found in Jaipur on Wednesday. The patient is said to be infected with the Omicron’s new sub-variant XBB 1.5 P3 The third National Conference of Heads of Police Investigation Agencies, hosted by the Bureau of Police Research & Development, will begin in Jaipur today, officials said on Wednesday P3 IPS officer Hemant Priyadarshy has been posted as acting ACB-DG. He issued an order that the name and photo of an accused or suspect should not be made public. P3 DGCA seeks report in the matter.
  • 2. RAJASTHAN JAIPUR | THURSDAY, JANUARY 5, 2023 02 www.firstindia.co.in I https://firstindia.co.in/epapers/jaipur I twitter.com/thefirstindia I facebook.com/thefirstindia I instagram.com/thefirstindia Shiv Prakash Purohit Jodhpur: The two-day Second Marwari Horse Show – 2023 was inau- gurated in Ransi village here on Wednesday . The horse show was inaugu- rated by Agriculture Minister Lal Chand Ka- taria & RTDC Chair- man Dharmendra Rathore. Organiser Sawai Singh Cham- pawat informed that for second time in a row,national-level horse show of Marwari breed horses is being organ- ized in Ransi village. “This year about 550 horses from different states have come to par- ticipate in show. Horse breeders from states such as Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, Haryana, and UP are participating with horses. On the first day, competition like Adant Bacheri, Adant Bach- era & Do Dant Bachera was held while on the second day , there will be 4 competitions & Best Animal of show,” said Champawat. 2-dayMarwarihorseshowbeginsinJodhpur NATIONAL-LEVEL SHOW  550 horses have reached to participate from different states in the two-day national-level show of the Marwari breed horses in Ransi village of Jodhpur district. RAM STILL A ‘CHILD’ SO WE CHANTJAISHRIRAM:TRIVEDI Mp said this as a counter to Cong leaders’ jibe over Jai Siya Ram slogan Aishwary Pradhan Jaipur: Reacting to the Congress leaders’ jibe that BJP leaders avoid chanting Jai Siya Ram, BJP MP Sudhanshu Trivedi on Wednesday said that they say Jai Shri Ram because Ram is still in childhood and his temple is being built on Ram Janmabhoomi. “After this Ram will grow up to become the king. Then Sita will come. We will chant Siya Ram then. Child- ish minded Congress- men will not be able to understand this,” said Trivedi while speaking during the press confer- ence in the BJP office. During the 2019 LS elections, Congress party had talked about abolishing the sedition law in its manifesto saying it was being misused. After 2019, it was first used by Con- gress govt in Rajasthan. Some BJP MLAs ex- pressed their displeas- ure and Congress govt got cases filed against them under Sedition law. Due to this, the dif- ference between the words and actions of Cong became known. Trivedi said that in last 4 years, law & order situation in Raj has reached bad state. Sudhanshu Trivedi addressing the media in the BJP headoffice on Wednesday. Also seen Laxmikant Bhardwaj, Ashok Singh Shekhawat and Ashok Bhadra. —PHOTO BY MUKESH KIRADOO Minister Lal Chand Kataria and RTDC Chairman Dharmendra Rathore inaugurating the horse show. Fatehpur records -0.7 degree Celsius temp Jaipur (PTI): Fatehpur recorded a temperature of minus 0.7 degree Celsius as cold conditions pre- vailed in parts of Raj on Wednesday. Fatehpur was fol- lowed by Churu, which recorded a min- imum temperature of minus 0.5 degrees Cel- sius, according to the Met centre here. Anta recorded 1.4 degrees Celsius, Bhilwara 1.8 degrees, Sikar 2.0 degrees, Ka- rauli 2.2 degrees, Pi- lani 2.7 degrees, Bundi 3.4 degrees, Dholpur 3.6 degrees and Bikan- er 4.6 degrees. In Jaipur, the maxi- mum and minimum temperatures were re- corded at 17.7 and 4.6 degrees Celsius, re- spectively, in the last 24 hours. The weather office said dense fog blanketed state on Tuesday night. Dense fog was recorded in some parts of Bikan- er, Jaipur, Bharatpur & Kota. Ice accumulated on the crop in the field of a farmer in Sikar (inset top) A layer of ice on a water pot kept in the field in Ringas area of Sikar (inset bottom) ice on the roof of a car. WINTER VACATION EXTENDED Alwar District Collector Jitendra Kumar Soni has ordered extension of winter vacation in government and non- government schools till January 7 due to the ongoing cold wave in the district. T T T RAHUL CONFUSED ON HINDUTVA MATTER KITES GET A ‘POLITICAL TOUCH’ PATTAS IN ZONE 14 With Makar Sankranti ahead, a kite maker Gaffur in Handipura kite market lines up large cutouts of political leaders the Centre and the State. —PHOTO BY SUNIL SHARMA Under the PSKS, JDA Zone 14 Deputy Commissioner Harphool Pankaj issuing the leases to Vidhani Kalyan Nagar residents. Razing temple wall against religious feelings, Raje Transfer orders of three junior engineers of JMCG stayed First India Bureau Jaipur: Reacting to the demolition of boundary wall of Devnarayan temple by public works department to widen road in Ajmer, for- mer chief m i n i s t e r Vasundha- ra Raje on Wednesday said that by razing the boundary, state government has expressed its anti-reli- gion policy once again. “The process of crushing the senti- ments of the people by the state government has not stopped,” she said.Raje said that sometimes the religious faith of the people of state is hurt and at oth- er times the dreams of the students appearing for the examination are broken. She said bound- ary wall of a 200 year old temple was broken in Ajmer while earlier, Ram Darbar in Salasar was demolished. First India Bureau Jaipur: The Rajasthan Civil Services Appellate Tribunal on Wednesday stayed transfer orders of three junior engi- neers of Jaipur Munici- pal Corporation (Great- er and Heritage). The three junior engineers were transferred to Kota UIT on December 16, 2022, following which, the junior engi- neers appealed against the transfer orders. MembertribunalAnant Bhandari and Suchi Sharma stayed the transferred orders while hearing the peti- tions filed by junior en- gineer Sanjay Kumar Meena, Baldev Sharna and Sudama Yadav. The petitioners in their petitions said that the state government had issued an order on August 1, 2022, banning transfers of those local body personnel whose duties are engaged in the Prashashan Sheha- ro Ke Sangh Abhiyan. However, the junior en- gineers were trans- ferred despite the order. RHB will celebrate all festivals with its employees: Arora Students create ruckus at RU First India Bureau Jaipur: Students cre- ated ruckus at VC secre- tariat in Rajasthan uni- versity on Wednesday in support of research associate professors who have been on dhar- na for the last 9 days The students broke through the back gate of the VC secretariat and climbed onto the roof and started shout- ing slogans against the Vice-Chancellor as well as the registrar. Theyac- cused the university ad- ministration of bypass- ing the decisions taken in the Syndicate meet- ing. The ruckus went on for nearly 5 hours. Vipra Welfare Board gives 17 recommendations for the Budget First India Bureau Jaipur: Vipra Welfare Board has made several recommendations to state government to in- clude them in the state budget 2023-24. The rec- ommendations include Vipra Meritorious Stu- dent Promotion Scheme & Parshuram DBT voucher scheme. A proposal in this re- gard was passed in a meeting which was chaired by board chair- man Mahesh Sharma. Other recommenda- tions include setting up of Vipra Kalyan Kosh for operating all schemes of Vipra wel- fare, residential Ved Vidyalaya at divisional level and Ved Vidyalaya at district level, Mata Renuka Scooty Distri- bution and Promotion Scheme, increase in number of beneficiar- ies, expansion of hos- tels for students of eco- nomically backward classes. 17 recommendations have been made in the proposal passed in the meeting. Students atop the university roof. —PHOTO BY SUNIL SHARMA RHB Commissioner Pawan Arora offering prayers to Lord Ganesha before inaugurating the paush vada programme on Wednesday. Vipra Welfare Board Chairman Mahesh Sharma, VP Manju Sharma and other members during board meeting on Wednesday. First India Bureau Jaipur: A Paush vada programme was organ- ized in Rajasthan Hous- ing Board headquarters on Wednesday. Board commissioner Pawan Arora inaugurated the program by performing Ganesh Aarti. Arora said that celebrations and festivals spread positivity . The Board is continuously strength- ening the tradition of celebrating every festi- val with the employees. He said that the Board will collectively celebrate all the upcom- ing festivals. During this, Secretary Alpa Chowdhary, Financial Advisor Sanjay Shar- ma, President of Ra- jasthan Housing Board Employees Union Dashrath Kumar, Exec- utive President Bhag- wati Prasad, General Secretary Pradeep Sharma, Joint Secre- tary Govind Natani and officers were present. TRADITIONAL VALUE Jaipur: The issue of brutal assault on a journalist and his wife by the employees of NH 52’s Tatiyawas toll plaza on Tuesday is snowball- ing. The police is going to present challan of Anoop Sharma who has been named in the FIR. Chomu police station in-charge Vikrant Sharma said that the statement of the victim woman was recorded in a local court on Wednesday. He said the accused persons named in this case would be arrested.Meanwhile, former MLA Bhagwan Sahai Saini, Youth lead- er Chhutan Yadav spoke to victim. Dausa: Bharatiya Janata Party leader and Rajya Sabha member Kirodi Lal Meena has said that legislators working even after tendering their resignations isn’t con- stitutional. Meena was speaking at a meeting of district officials over compensation to the farmers. He said that the assembly speaker has been unduly favourable to CM and state govt. Meena was in Dausa to address the issues related to farmers over compensation for their land occupied for the construction of express- way passing through dist. He summoned the district magistrate. ASSAULTONJOURNO, WIFE:STATEMENT RECORDEDBY MAGISTRATE MLAS WORKING POST RESIGNATIONS IS WRONG: KIRODI NEWS DIGEST
  • 3. RAJASTHAN JAIPUR | THURSDAY, JANUARY 5, 2023 03 www.firstindia.co.in I https://firstindia.co.in/epapers/jaipur I twitter.com/thefirstindia I facebook.com/thefirstindia I instagram.com/thefirstindia Dr Rituraj Sharma Jaipur: Terming it as a step towards good gov- ernance, the Gehlot Government in Ra- jasthan has begun e- filing in the desert State. According to Chief Secretary Usha Sharma, new electronic filing system has been implemented in the State Secretariat. Other departments will also follow the process from January 15. The step will not only smoothen the official working, it will also reduce peo- ple’s burden in visiting offices just for the sake of moving files. As a first step, all the existing government files will be scanned and converted to e-files. After this, the files will move virtually with comments by the offi- cials concerned. The filles will complete their required journey in the virtual world, af- ter which, necessary instructions will be given to the officials for the ground action. Post Secretariat, more depts to begin e-filing TO REDUCE PEOPLE’S BURDEN Sodala man tests +ve for XBB.1.5 variant of Covid Experts say infection spreads 104 times faster than earlier variant Vikas Sharma Jaipur: A patient of a new variant of Covid-19 hasbeenfoundinJaipur. The patient is said to be infected with Omicron’s new sub-variant XBB.1.5. This variant of Covid-19 is from Ameri- ca and is said to be the fastest spreading vari- ant so far. Its speed is 104 timesfasterthantheear- lier variant. Five cases of thisvarianthavebeen reported in the country . There is information about the detection of this variant in per- son in the report of genome sequenc- ing conducted at SMS Medical Col- lege. Dr Bharti Malhotra, HOD, Mi- crobiology , Medical Col- lege, said that this case is from Sodala area of Jaipur and came for in- vestigation in the last week of December, in which the new variant has been confirmed. Although the Health Department officials are not yet con- firming this. Jaipur CMHO Dr. Vijay Fau- jdar said that till now they have not received any informa- tion about this patient. After getting the infor- mation, further action will be taken by gather- ing information about thehistoryof thepatient and his contact person. Sources say that the pa- tientwasfoundinJaipur and came positive in De- cember last year. It is also being told that the patient had returned from the US. 2-DAY NAT’L CS CONFERENCE FROM TODAY Won’trevealaccused’sID until proven guilty: ACB First India Bureau Jaipur: IPS officer He- mant Priyadarshy has beenpostedasactingDG in the State Anti-Cor- ruption Bureau. After assuming office, the DG issued an order that the name and photo of an accused or suspect should not be made pub- lic.Theorderwasissued to all outposts and unit in-charges of all ACBs. According to the or- der, the name of the ac- cused or photo will not be made public in the department until prov- en guilty. The informa- tio will not be disclosed in the media. The in- vestigation officer will have to ensure protec- tion of human rights of the accused. Doctors’ names, other info must on hospitals’ display boards First India Bureau Jaipur: Now patients will not have to wander to seek information about services they can avail at hospitals under the Chief Minister Chi- ranjeevi Health Insur- ance Scheme. All the hospitals associated with the scheme will have to display on the boards the information about all the specialty facilities and doctors to be provided to the ben- eficiaries. Shuchi Tya- gi, CEO of the State Health Assurance Agency, on Wednesday through VC, instructed the District Programme Coordinators posted in all the districts to en- sure all these arrange- ments in two days. Tyagi said that all the officers associated with the scheme. She said that the beneficiaries associated with the scheme should not face any problem. CHIRANJEEVI SCHEME New flight from Jaipur to Bangkok starts today First India Bureau Jaipur: With the in- crease in passenger load at Jaipur Interna- tional Airport, the number of airlines and their flights are also in- creasing. Thai Smile Airlines will start a new Jaipur-Bangkok flight from 2.15 am beginning on Thursday and will fly seven days a week. This 154 seater air- craft will fly daily from JaipurtoBangkokat2:15 pm. Before this, the air- craft will reach Jaipur fromBangkokat1.15pm. This will be the second airline between Jaipur- Bangkok. People will have to pay a fare rang- ing from Rs 12,500 to Rs 16,600.Priortothis,Thai- Air Asia’s joint venture used to fly to Bangkok. The number of inter- national flights will in- crease from 26 to 33 in a week. On an average, there is movement of more than 37,000 inter- national flyers from Jaipur every month. Karan Lamba hits 100 for Raj on Ranji Day 2 Naresh Sharma Jaipur: On the second day of the Rajasthan- Jharkhand Ranji match being played at the Sawai Man Singh Sta- dium, Rajasthan’s Karan Lamba gave the team a big lead in the first innings against Jharkhand while hit- ting a brilliant century in his debut match. In the first innings, Jharkhand team was all out for 92 and Rajasthan was all out for 287. For Rajasthan, Karan Lamba scored 122, Ashok Menaria 24, Ani- ket Chaudhary 22 and Rituraj Singh contrib- uted 15 runs. By the end of the second day’s match, Jharkhand had scored 66 runs in their second innings without losing any wicket. Inspection team finds 75% JMCH staff including all Gazetted Officers ‘absent’ First India Bureau Jaipur: A team of the State Administrative Reforms Department on Wednesday conducted a sudden inspection of Jaipur Municipal Cor- poration Heritage. The seven-member team in- spected the Heritage Nagar Nigam premises and found that 75 per cent of the staff officers were found absent. Shockingly, the team could not find a single Gazetted Officer rank officer present, while lights and heaters were found switched on in their chambers. The team led by Dep- uty Secretary of the Ad- ministrative Reforms Department, Kalla Ram Meena reached the Her- itage Headquarters at 9:30 am on Wednesday and found that the en- tire office was empty. The chamber of Com- missioner Vishram Meena was also found empty. The commis- sioner himself reached the headquarters at around 10:30 am. “When we got the biometric attendance report of all the em- ployees up to 9:45 am, out of 489 employee- officers, 360 were found absent. We will prepare a report and send it to the Principal Secre- tary of Administrative Reforms,” said Kalla Ram Meena. VMOU PAPER LEAK University probe teams to submit report to VC Bhanwar S Charan Kota: The Vardhaman Mahaveer Open Univer- sity, Kota has formed teams to investigate the paper leak case of BA second year Hindi lit- erature leak case after the disclosure of First India. The incidents of paper leak have come to the fore at the examina- tion centres of Jodhpur Regional Centre. The teams that have left for the centres and will now submit the re- port to the Vice Chan- cellor after the investi- gation. Vice Chancellor Prof KC Sodani said that the paper leak hap- pened due to the mis- take at the centre level or the university exam- ination section level is yet to be probed. The examination of HD-04 paper code was held on Tuesday at 115 examination centres across the state and 65 centres in Jodhpur. About 8,000 students were registered in the second shift exam at 3.30 pm but VMOU will now take a decision to reconduct the paper only after the report of the inquiry committee. 3rd Nat’l Conference of Police Investigation Agencies in Jpr today Jaipur (PTI): The third National Conference of Heads of Police Investi- gation Agencies, hosted by the Bureau of Police Research and Develop- ment, will begin in Jaipur on Thursday . The two-day confer- ence is being held here at the Central Intelli- gence Training Insti- tute, Jaipur. Bureau Director Amandeep Kapoor said Union Minister of State for Home Nity- anand Rai will inaugu- rate this national con- ference. Rajasthan Governor Kalraj Mishra will be present in the closing session on Friday evening. “The objective of is to emphasise on the ma- jor issues of investiga- tion and it will include the latest laws, judg- ments and their impli- cations on investiga- tion and prosecution, various amendments in criminal law,” he said. Jaisalmer admin stops helicopter joyride service First India Bureau Jaisalmer: The heli- copter joyride service which was inaugurated by two Ministers and RTDC chief Dharmen- dra Rathore in Jaisalm- er was stopped within a week due to violation of forest rules. The hel- ipad is located in the eco-sensitive zone, ad- jacent to desert nation- al park (DNP) which is the habitat of the en- dangered bird the Great Indian Bustard or Godawan. There was no envi- ronmental clearance for this activity follow- ing which the forest de- partment wrote a letter to the Jaisalmer district collector to ensure that the service was imme- diately stopped. State Administrative Reforms Department team conducts surprise check at JMC Heritage office on Wednesday. Lights were on and heaters were found running with no staff inside the rooms. IMPACT joyride service YOU READ IT IN FIRST INDIA ON DEC 28, 2022 BIG B TO ATTEND INT’L MEDICAL MEET TODAY WHAT TO KNOW ABOUT XBB.1.5 VARIANT Bollywood star Amitabh Bachchan will come to Jaipur on Thursday and attend the International Conference of Indian Society of Gastroenterology (ISGCON-2023) to be held at JECC from January 5 to 8 and be the chief guest in the inaugural session. About 3,000 gastroenterologists from across the country will gather to discuss the latest technologies. Renowned Gastroenterologists like Dr Paolo Angeli from Europe, Dr Anita Afzali and Dr Nora Terott from USA, Dr Runsun from Malaysia, Dr Helmut Neumann from Germany, Dr Gerald Haltmann, Yama Moto from Japan will partic- ipate in the conference. Anew variant of the virus that causes COVID-19 is spread- ing in the US, raising concerns about a potential wave of infections and reinfections to start the new year. The variant, called XBB.1.5, is a descendent of Omicron and a close relative of the XBB variant, which spread widely in Singapore and India this past fall. A December study in the journal Cell demonstrated that XBB is better at evading immune defens- es gained from vaccination and prior infection, compared to other variants. This raises the risk of reinfection, a WHO group warned in October—though the group said at the time that XBB does not appear to cause significantly more severe disease than previous strains. CITING FOREST RULES TWO ANMs HELD WITH `3,000 BRIBE Kuchaman (Nagaur): The Nagaur ACB team has ar- rested the ANMs of Lichana and Gogor red-handed while accepting a bribe of Rs 3,000. Police inspector Sushila Bishnoi of Nagaur ACB office carried out the trap along with the team. ANN of Government Sub Health Center Lichana and Government Sub Health Centre Gogor took bribes in lieu of preparing papers for availing benefits of Rajshree scheme. Jaipur: Director General of Police Umesh Mishra has issued orders to put DSP Jitendra Anchalia on APO. Now, Anchalia will have to mark at- tendance at the Rajasthan Police Headquarters. Anchalia was reinstated in November after being suspended in the Kanhaiyalal murder case. After the restoration, he did not get the posting and was attached to the IG office. On January 4, Mishra cancelled Anchalia’s attachment to the IG office in Udaipur. The order came after an FIR registered in the Anti-Corruption Bureau on December 30, which mentions that a detailed in- vestigation has to be done against DSP Anchalia. DGP UMESH MISHRA PUTS DSP JITENDRA ANCHALIA ON APO Hemant Priyadarshy
  • 4. his karyakarta from Gujarat shares with us how Narendra bhai is the perfect karyakarta and how he lives by his ideals. Narendra bhai has been the guiding light for her when it came to ways of accomplish- ing work at the ground level with precision. What stands out about Narendra bhai is his humility and sense of gratitude for every single per- son who has touched his life in a positive way . Once an Akhil Bhartiya Sammelan had to be organ- ized in Karnavati. Narendra bhai was working with us, I would say in the capacity of anadvisorandhewouldguide as about the fundamentals of organizing such an event. At that time, I was a total newbie, a novice in such work. I had no idea how to proceed in this regard and had not taken up a lot of responsibility . Soon it was time for the baithak to commence. We would get information and guidelines about all the work that had to be completed and we would accomplish all of that at the ground level. Now Narendra bhai used to be pre- sent in the meetings and we were all answerable for our tasks and of course, to the questions that Narendra bhai would put up to us. So it hap- pened, Narendra bhai asked me, “Saroj ji, so what about the mahila baithak (meeting of women)?Wasitconvened?” I replied in the affirmative. Next question, “So Saroji ji, how many behene (sisters) at- tended the meeting?” “About 20-22”, I answered cheerfully . Suddenly he asked me, “Were there 20 or 22?” Now I was confounded. I did not have the exact answer for this ques- tion. In my notes I had jotted down 20-22 women attended the meet. But I just did not remember exactly if they were 20 or 22. So this is the first lessons he taught me. Al- ways be prepared with an ex- act answer. Narendra bhai is not someone who will take terminological inexactitude or imprecision in work light- ly. If you are not prepared, you are sure to flounder. I am happy that I got a lot of guidance and support from him. It was Narendra bhai from whom I learnt how to take down meeting notes, how totakedownnumberswithac- curacyinthemeetingregister andhowtomeetworkexpecta- tions. If I have been allotted somework,thenhowIamsup- posed to accomplish with per- fection, this is something I learnt from him. Narendra bhai was never satisfied with work done at a superficial level. He expected us to dive deep down in our allotted tasks, understand the specif- ics and come up with details that were exact and precise. Icanneverforgetthewayhe guided us with the minutest details possible for the sam- melan. Often, we would be scratching our heads, wonder- inghowwemissedoutonsome minute but vital aspects that Narendrabhaiwouldpointout to us with such simplicity and in a matter-of-fact tone! I remember in 1980s there was an event in Aurangabad and Narendra bhai was one of the speakers in that event. The subject for discussion was “Karyakarta” – what are the qualities of a good kar- yakarta, the duties and re- sponsibilities of a karyakar- ta, who actually is a kar- yakarta, what is the differ- ence between a swayamsevak and a karyakarta- and the way Narendra bhai dealt with each of these minor aspects was stupendous. His talk was remarkable for not just rhe- torical finesse but for the way in which he explained and defined the concept of kar- yakarta. And you know what, Narendra bhai’s speech is never something that would appeal to you at just the intel- lectual level. It will stir your soul, in fact your entire being will be captivated to the point of numbness when you listen to him. This happens because when he speaks, he speaks from his soul. Narendra bhai, during this talk, became so full of emotion himself, it was as if someone had immersed fully in the waters of duty, service and responsibilities of a karyakarta that every word of his talk was coming straight from the depth of Narendra bhai’s core. He had become the spirit incarnate of karyakarta! It is indeed rare to someone as eloquent, spontaneous and deeplikeNarendrabhai.Also, this speech by Narendra bhai about karyakarta was so im- pressive because every drop of his blood is steeped in the selfless duties and devotion of a karyakarta. These quintes- sential qualities of a kar- yakarta that Narendra bhai enumerated in his speech that day have served as the light- house for him, irrespective of his stature in politics. Wheth- er as CM or as PM, he has al- ways served the country as the perfect karyakarta. When Narendra bhai says that a kar- yakarta behaves with equa- nimity with only his goal in sight, irrespective of whether he is praised or censured, we know he has lived by this quality practically every day of his life. There is a saying in Mar- athi which translates to “Go and serve Brahmgyaan to people. But within your own being you are as blank as a rock.” We use this often to re- fer to people who do not prac- tice what they preach. But Narendra bhai stands apart from everyone as the lone stalwart who will never utter a word that is untrue to his own persona, his thoughts, his ideas and his actions. Last but not least, with great fondness I recollect the lunch at CM house for which he had invited all the promi- nent women karyakartas. No prominent dignitary had ever invited us to their residence in the past, not even the May- or, who had eventually be- come my friend. So after pre- senting a bouquet to Naren- dra bhai, we shared with him our happiness and our sense of disbelief that a CM should invite us. Do you know what his response was to this? My eyes filled with tears when I heard him say , “When I was a pracharak, every one of you has served me food at your home. And from each one of those interactions, I gained one valuable thought. This lunch today is my way of ex- pressing my gratitude to each one of you for helping me de- velop mentally, physically and spiritually.” I only pray that Narendra bhai continues to serve our country with his selfless sense of devotion and may he be blessed with suc- cess in all his endeavours! TO BE CONTINUED... UNTOLD STORIES OF PM MODI - PART 25 ‘MODI HAI TO MUMKIN HAI…’ COMPILED AND EDITED BY SHASHIKANT SHARMA AND SHWETA SHARMA T THE PERFECT ‘KARYAKARTA’ FOR MAA BHARATI’S ‘KARYA’! Our PM is the perfect karyakarta in whose veins flows unconditional love for his motherland! NaMo YOU READ PART-24 ON DECEMBER 26, 2022 ‘NARENDRA BHAI STANDS APART FROM EVERYONE’ ‘NARENDRA HAS BEEN GUIDING LIGHT’ N arendra bhai has been the guiding light for her when it came to ways of accomplishing work at the ground level with precision. What stands out about Narendra bhai is his humility and sense of gratitude for every single person who has touched his life in a positive way. T here is a saying in Marathi which translates to “Go and serve Brahmgyaan to people. But within your own being you are as blank as a rock.” We use this often to refer to people who do not practice what they preach. But Narendra bhai stands apart from everyone as the lone stalwart who will never utter a word that is untrue to his own persona, his thoughts, his ideas and his actions. Go and serve Brahmgyaan to people. But within your own being you are as blank as a rock. —SAROJ MUJUMDAR Prime Minister Narendra Modi PERSPECTIVE JAIPUR | THURSDAY, JANUARY 5, 2023 04 www.firstindia.co.in I https://firstindia.co.in/epapers/jaipur I twitter.com/thefirstindia I facebook.com/thefirstindia I instagram.com/thefirstindia Vol 4 Issue No. 210 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 JAIPUR | THURSDAY, JANUARY 5, 2023 05 www.firstindia.co.in I https://firstindia.co.in/epapers/jaipur I twitter.com/thefirstindia I facebook.com/thefirstindia I instagram.com/thefirstindia Himachal Pradesh (ANI): Himachal Pradesh Chief Minister Sukhvinder Singh Sukhu on Wednesday launched ‘Haath se Haath Jodo Abhiyan’ in Dharamshala’s Kangra district, calling the campaign an extension of Congress’ Bharat Jodo Yatra. CM Sukhu asked the party workers to or- chestrate strategies for Abhiyan’s advertising, involving print and electronic media in its promotion, including creating Whatsapp groups at the village level. The campaign will commence in the state on Republic Day, i.e. January 26 and is ex- pected to reach upto the village and block level in two months. “At least one meeting must be ensured in eve- ry village under ‘Haath Se Haath Jodo’ Abhi- yan,” Sukhu said. Co-in charge of Con- gress for Himachal Pradesh, Sanjay Dutt, presented a detailed outline of the events planned during the campaign. Earlier, while speak- ing to ANI, Digvijaya Singh told that the prep- arations have been made for the ‘Haath se Haath Jodo Abhiyan’ and a door-to-door cam- paign will be held after January 30. “We will spread the message of Rahul Gandhi and his yatra among everyone,” said Singh. Sukhu, on his first visit to Dharamshala on January 3, addressed the ‘Jan Aabhar Rally’, where he expressed gratitude to the people of Kangra district for their massive mandate in favour of the Con- gress Party in the re- cently held assembly elections. Sukhu launches ‘Haath Se Haath Jodo Abhiyan’ EXTENSION OF BHARAT JODO YATRA Sukhvinder Singh Sukhu launching campaign in Dharmshala. IN THE COURTYARD CBI MOVES PLEA IN SC CHALLENGING BAIL GRANTED TO I-T OFFICIAL IN GUJARAT New Delhi: The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) on Wednesday moved a plea in the Supreme Court challeng- ing a Gujarat High Court’s decision granting anticipatory bail to Addi- tional Commissioner of Income Tax Ahmedabad, Santosh Karnani, who has been accused in a corruption case. Solicitor General Tushar Mehta men- tioned the plea before a bench headed by Chief Justice DY Chandrachud, who agreed to list the matter. Mehta apprised the bench that there is tutoring of witnesses and even CBI officials are being approached. REPRESENTATION OF WOMEN IN JUDICIARY IS STILL VERY LOW, SAYS RETIRING SC JUDGE New Delhi: Supreme Court judge Justice Abdul Nazeer, who retired on Wednesday, in his farewell function, said that representation of women in the judiciary is still very low. During his farewell function, SC Bar Association President Vikas Singh recalled that Justice Abdul Nazeer was part of the Ayodhya land dispute. He said that Justice Abdul Nazeer, being the only Muslim judge on Constitution Bench decided the contro- versial Ayodhya land dispute and he agreed to pronounce a unanimous verdict, which demonstrated his commitment to secularism and his willingness to serve judicial institution. New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Wednesday granted regular bail to Khushi Dubey, widow of Amar Dubey, an aide and relative of the slain gangster Vikas Dubey. A bench of Chief Justice of India DY Chandrachud while granting bail took note of the fact that Khushi Dubey was 16-17 years of age at the time of the commission of the offence. It said the trial court would be setting the terms for her release. New Delhi: Chief Justice D Y Chandrachud on Wednesday said Justice S Abdul Nazeer, who is demitting office, always stood for right and ensured justice is done.The CJI, who was sitting along with justices Nazeer and P S Narasimha in the ceremonial bench, commended the out- going judge for his dedication and said he never allowed stress to get to him.“Justice Nazeer doesn’t belong to the class which would be neutral between right and wrong but he would find the right and stood for it and ensured justice is done. Unfortunately, I could not appear before him,” Justice said. NCLAT DIRECTS GOOGLE TO PAY 10% OF `1337.76 CR PENALTY New Delhi: In a setback for Google, an appellate tribunal on Wednesday refused an interim stay on the competi- tion regulator imposing a Rs 1,337-crore penalty on the US tech giant and asked it to deposit 10 per cent of the amount. The NCLAT admitted the search giant’s challenge to the CCI slapping a Rs 1,337.76-crore fine for abus- ing the dominant position of its Android smartphone oper- ating system in the country. ‘SAAMANA’ EDITORIAL SLAMS SC DECISION ON DEMONETISATION Maharashtra: In a strong dissent to the Supreme Court’s decision on demon- etisation, Shiv Sena in its mouthpiece ‘Saamana’ on Wednesday said that calling the government decision “valid” means to “support the economic massacre of the country”. The editorial termed the demonetisation “economic terrorism” and said, “To say that the deci- sion of demonetisation is valid is like supporting the economic massacre of the country. One has to bow before the decision of the Supreme Court, saying, in the case of demonetisation, Modi is right.” Uttar Pradesh: The Rahul Gandhi-led Bharat Jodo Yatra re- sumed from Uttar Pradesh’s Mavikala vil- lage Wednesday morn- ing. The Yatra began following a fireworks display at the village in the early hours. The Yatra, which entered Uttar Pradesh Tuesday afternoon, will pass through Niwara, Sa- roorpoor, and Baraut and will halt for the day in Ailum. As the yatra resumed in Uttar Pradesh, Congress said it aims to uproot hatred from the state. Rahul will walk through Uttar Pradesh for the next two days. His Yatra will re-enter Haryana on January 6, after which it is likely to be in Punjab from January 11 to 20, with a day in Himachal Pradesh on January 19. According to party lead- ers, the Yatra will ar- rive at Jammu and Kashmir’s Kathua dis- trict on January 20 and conclude in Srinagar on January 30. IN UTTAR PRADESH LEG OF YATRA, RaGa WALKS AGAINST ‘HATRED’ AAP announces major reshuffle in Guj unit Europeans needed wake-up call: EAM on emerging new world order Vienna: External Af- fairs Minister S Jais- hankar advised the Eu- ropean countries on the new world order, the Ukraine war, and the Chinese challenge and apprised that they need a wake-up call to under- stand the shaking up of international order, re- ported Die Presse. He said, “ Europeans needed a wake-up call to understand that the dif- ficult aspects of life are not always taken care of by others, adding, no region will be stable if dominated by a single power.” Gujarat (ANI): In a ma- jor reshuffle in the par- ty’s Gujarat unit, Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) on Wednesday appointed Gopal Italia as the na- tional joint secretary . According to the official statement of the party, GopalItaliawhowasthe state president of Guja- rat AAP has been made the national joint secre- tary . Italia will also be a co-in charge of AAP in Maharashtra. Isudan Gadhvi, the CM face of the party in the latest state assembly elec- tions, has been appoint- ed as the state president of the party . Apart from the President, the Aam Aadmi Party has divid- ed Gujarat organiza- tionally into six zones with separate working presidentsforeachzone. After winning five seats in Gujarat, the AAP got the status of a ‘national party’. Karnataka CM Bommai hits back at Siddaramaiah Karnataka: Karnata- ka Chief Minister Basa- varaj Bommai, hitting back at opposition lead- er Siddaramaiah’s state- ment comparing him to a puppy, said that the peopleof thestatewould give a fitting reply to the Congress leader in the upcoming assembly election. Reacting to Siddara- maiah’s statement com- paring the Karnataka CM to a puppy , CM Bom- mai told reporters that it shows the personality of the Congress leader. “The dog is a faithful animal and it’s doing its job faithfully . I will save by faithfulness for the sake of people. I have not divided society as Siddaramaiah did. We have given people happi- ness and not the misfor- tune that was given by them. This kind of job is not done by us.” OBC RESERVATION IN URBAN POLLS: SP FILES SLP IN COURT New Delhi: Samajwadi Party on Wednesday filed a SLP in the SC, opposing the Allahabad High Court’s Lucknow bench order to hold the urban body elections without reserva- tions for Other Backward Classes.Advocate Rajpal Kashyap, representing the party, said, “On the direction of Samajwadi Party chief Akhilesh Yadav, we have filed SLP in SC. We hope that the court’s verdict would preserve reservations for OBC.” BJY RESUMES FROM MAVIKALA, RAGA’S LOOK-ALIKE JOINS Uttar Pradesh: Rahul Gandhi-led Bharat Jodo Yatra resumes from Ma- vikala in Baghpat District in Uttar Pradesh today morning. Rahul Gandhi’s look-alike Faisal Chowdhury who is a party worker from Meerut Congress also joined the Yatra today. The Yatra will cover the stretch from Mavikala to Baraut today. The Yatra was initiated with a fireworks display.Bharat Jodo Yatra entered its Uttar Pradesh leg on Tuesday afternoon after starting from the Marghat Hanuman temple, in Delhi. JAISHANKAR MEETS NADELLA New Delhi: External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar met Microsoft Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Satya Na- della on Wednesday and discussed several issues including governance and security in the digital domain.“Great to meet Chairman and CEO of Microsoft Corporation @ satyanadella. Discussed delivery, governance and security in the digital do- main,” Jaishankar tweeted. HC REJECTS MONDAL‘S BAIL PLEA IN CATTLE SMUGGLING CASE Kolkata: The Calcutta HC rejected a bail prayer of TMC leader Anubrata Mon- dal, who was arrested by the CBI in connection with an alleged cattle smuggling case.Mondal had prayed for bail, submitting that he has been in custody for over 145 days. The CBI opposed the prayer, claim- ing that he may derail the investigation into the cattle smuggling case by trying to influence witnesses being probed by it. HC QUASHES GENDER BIASED WELFARE NORM Bengaluru: A married daughter remains a daughter in the same manner that a married son remains a son, the Karnataka HC has ruled while quash- ing a Sainik Welfare Board guideline that barred married daughters from avail- ing dependent cards. RELIEF TO RAWAT AS SC SETS ASIDE CBI PROBE New Delhi: The SC on Wednesday set aside an order of the Uttarakhand High Court which directed the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) to investigate cor- ruption allegations against former chief minister Trivendra Singh Rawat. BHARAT JODO YATRA Rahul Gandhi during the party’s Bharat JodoYatra,at Mavikala,in Baghpat onWednesday. —PHOTO BY ANI FARMERS WELCOME RAHUL GANDHI WITH TROLLEYS FULL OF FLOWERS Rahul Gandhi’s Bharat Jodo Yatra reached Uttar Pradesh’s Mavikala village on Tuesday night. After the night halt, the yatra resumed its journey from Baghpat district at 6 am today with a grand fireworks display. Farmers from nearby areas welcomed Congress leader Rahul Gandhi, who is leading the yatra, with tractor trolleys filled with flowers.Accord- ing to the farmers, Rahul Gandhi should walk not on the streets but on a path of flowers, and so they got 4 quintals of flowers to the yatra. Congress Baghpat district unit Chief Yunus Chowdhary said the yatra will enter Baraut town later in the day where Rahul Gandhi will address a gathering of people before leaving for Shamli district. The foot march entered Ut- tar Pradesh on Tuesday via Ghaziabad’s Loni border. CONGRESS FORMS COMMITTEE TO EVALUATE GUJ ASSEMBLY RESULTS New Delhi: The Congress on Wednesday set up a three-member fact-finding committee to evaluate the party’s performance in the recently concluded Gu- jarat assembly elections and suggest corrective measures. The committee will be chaired by former Maharashtra minister Ni- tin Raut, who also heads the party’s SC depart- ment. The other members of the committee are Shakeel Ahmad Khan and Saptagiri Sankar Ulaka, an official communication from the party said. “The Congress president has constituted a fact-finding committee to evaluate the results of the recently concluded assembly elections in Gujarat and suggest measures to be taken, with immediate effect,” it said. Naddatoaddress119 boothworkersonJan7 New Delhi (ANI): BJP National Presi- dent JP Nadda will connect with 119 as- sembly booth-level presidents and work- ers through video conferencing, on Jan- uary 7 in Telangana, according to party sources. The BJP Na- tional President aims to connect with the workers, who are ex- pected to be in thou- sands. All partici- pants will connect from their respective centres through vid- eo conferencing and approximately, three to four thousand peo- ple will join in each assembly . A senior BJP lead- er informed that the party is gearing up to overthrow the KCR govt in Telangana and this is the reason why BJP is continu- ously doing one pro- gram after another in Telangana. Many im- portant programs and schemes have been set by BJP for Telangana. BJP is completely focused on the upcoming as- sembly elections. ‘Vistarak Yojna’ to strengthen party for Assembly, LS polls New Delhi: Ahead of the upcoming Assem- bly elections in nine states and the Lok Sabha elections in 2024, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has decided to deploy a force of about 3,000 ‘Vistaraks’ (expan- sionists) across the country to strength- en the party, sources said.Assembly elec- tions are going to be held in Madhya Pradesh, Tripura, Karnataka, Megha- laya, Nagaland, Mizo- ram, Rajasthan, Tel- angana, and Chhat- tisgarh. Out of these, the BJP or its allies rule all, save Ra- jasthan and Chhattis- garh (Congress) and Telangana (Bharati- ya Rashtra Samithi). As per sources, these Vistaraks will work closely with the or- ganisation at the lo- cal level in each as- sembly and Lok Sab- ha constituency and will report directly to the central leader- ship. They are also expected to prepare a ground report for the party ahead of the polls. BJP National President JP Nadda DOG IS FAITHFUL, WILL DO MY JOB FAITHFULLY: BOMMAI ON ‘PUPPY’ REMARK Karnataka: Karnataka Chief Minister Basavraj Bommai on Wednesday hit out at the Leader of Opposition Siddaramaiah and said that the people of Karnataka will give a fitting reply to Sid- daramaiah in the Assembly elections. The statement comes in the backdrop of Senior Congress leader Siddaramaiah stroking a controversy after he said CM Bommai and BJP leaders shiver like “puppy” in front of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Reacting to Siddara- maiah’s statement of com- paring the CM to a puppy, Bommai told reporters here on Wednesday, “It will show the personality of the Con- gress leader. The dog is a faithful animal and it’s doing its job faithfully. I will save by faithfulness for the sake of people. I have not divided society as Siddaramaiah did. We have given happiness and not the misfortune given by them. This kind of job is not done by us”.On Siddara- maiah inviting him for an open debate, Bommai said there is no big forum than the Vdiahana Soudha. Basavaraj Bommai S Jaishankar meets Satya Nadella, in New Delhi on Wednesday. SC GRANTS BAIL TO RELATIVE OF SLAIN GANGSTER DUBEY JUSTICE S A NAZEER ALWAYS STOOD FOR WHAT IS RIGHT: CJI
  • 7. CRUCIAL READ INDIA JAIPUR | THURSDAY, JANUARY 5, 2023 06 www.firstindia.co.in I https://firstindia.co.in/epapers/jaipur I twitter.com/thefirstindia I facebook.com/thefirstindia I instagram.com/thefirstindia New Delhi: After suc- cessfully launching one satellite every week in 2022, Elon Musk’s SpaceX is in no mood of taking any breaks. The Aerospace company has launched 114 satellites in the first mission of 2023 crossing the milestone of the 200th successful launch in its space ex- ploration history. The Transporter mis- sion was the sixth dedi- cated smallsat ride- share mission for the company, which lifted off from Space Launch Complex 40 at Cape Ca- naveral Space Force Sta- tion in Florida. SpaceX used its Falcon-9 rocket to launch the satellites into Low Earth Orbit and said that this was the fifteenth launch and landing of this Falcon 9 stage booster. “Falcon 9 carried 114 spacecraft to orbit that was set to deploy across 82 deployments, 78 of which have been con- firmed. Teams are con- tinuing to review data for the remaining pay- loads, though it may take customers some time to provide addi- tional information on the status of their pay- loads,” SpaceX said in a statement. Among the 114 satellites, about three dozen were Earth- observing satellites, which are the size of a loaf of bread. These sat- ellites are built and op- erated by the San Fran- cisco-based company Planet. While the com- pany launched 114 satel- lites, it still lags behind its own record of lifting off 143 satellites to space in a single mis- sion. The first launch of the year comes on the back of 61 successful launches in 2022. SpaceX launches 114 satellites in 1st mission of 2023 MARKING SUCCESS lll The Aerospace company has launched 114 satellites in the first mission of 2023 crossing the milestone of the 200th successful launch New Delhi: A Gujarat bill facilitating registration of criminal cases against persons who stage protests in violation of Section 144 of the CrPC has received Presidential assent, officials said Wednesday. The Code of Criminal Procedure (Gujarat Amendment) Bill, 2021, was passed by the State Assembly in March last year. The bill seeks to make any violation of prohib- itory orders issued under Section 144 CrPC a cognisable offence under IPC Section 188 (disobedi- ence to an order duly promulgated by a public servant). Uttarakhand: Former Chief Minister and senior Congress leader Harish Rawat sat on an hour-long silent fast at his residence in Dehradun in support of the people of Banbhulpura of Hald- wani. Stating that the matter was in front of the Honourable SC, he said, “We are praying to god for justice. We are hoping that nothing happens to the homes of people.” He further said that through the silent fast, he urges the Chief Minister of the state to intervene. “The CM is the guardian of the state. My silent fast for an hour is dedicated to the Chief Minister,” he said. PREZ APPROVES GUJ BILL GIVING POWER TO TAKE ACTION AGAINST PROTESTERS FORMER U’KHAND CM SITS ON SILENT FAST TO SUPPORT HALDWANI PROTESTERS EIGHT CRPF COMPANIES WILL BE DEPLOYED FROM NEARBY LOCATIONS IN JAMMU KASHMIR CENTRE SENDS 18 ADDITIONAL CRPF TROOPS New Delhi (ANI): The Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) will send additional 18 companies to Jammu and Kashmir in the wake of recent killings of civilians in two fresh terror attacks in Rajouri district, sources familiar with the development said. The 18 CRPF compa- nies - approximately 1,800 personnel - will be rushed to the Jammu region for deployment mainly in Poonch and Rajouri districts. As per inputs, eight CRPF com- panies will be deployed very soon from nearby locations of deployment in Jammu and Kashmir while 10 CRPF compa- nies are being rushed from Delhi. The move followed a recent order issued by the Ministry of Home Affairs amidst intelligence input about the terror attack in the Jammu region, said the source. Six persons, includ- ing two children, were killed and many more injured in two separate terror attacks in Upper Dangri village in Jam- mu and Kashmir’s Ra- jouri district on Sunday evening and Monday morning. In the latest terror at- tack, two children were killed and several oth- ers injured after a sus- pected Improvised Ex- plosive Device (IED) blast took place in Ra- jouri’s Upper Dangri village on Monday morning. ADGP Mukesh Singh cautioned people as an- other suspected IED was spotted in the area near Upper Dangri vil- lage, which is about eight kilometres from Rajouri town. TOTAL SHUTDOWN IN JK’S POONCH AGAINST RAJOURI TERROR ATTACK ‘BJP BENIFITS WHEN PEOPLE ARE KILLED IN KASHMIR’ Srinagar: Days af- ter six civilians were killed by terrorists in JK’s Rajouri, People’s Democratic Party chief Mehbooba Mufti on Wednesday accused the BJP of running a “narrative against minori- ties” in the country. “The BJP is benefitted when in- nocent people are killed in Kashmir as they run a narrative against minorities in the country and demonise Kashmiris. There is no accountability to the question of why did this incident hap- pen?” Mufti said while addressing a press conference here today. NIGHT CURFEW IMPOSED ON INT’L BORDER Srinagar: A night curfew has been imposed along the International border in the Samba dis- trict of JK in view of the increasing movement of terror- ists on the border, informed officials on Wednesday. As per an order from the District Commissioner of Samba Anuradha Gupta, the night curfew will be ap- plicable from 9 pm to 6 am in areas up to 1 km from the International Border. “Appeal to people not to move unnecessarily,” said Deputy SP, Garu Ram Bhardwaj, SOG, JK police. Jammu (PTI): The bandh against the twin terror attacks in Ra- jouri that killed six people and injured 11 others entered its sec- ond day in the border town of Poonch on Wednesday while pro- tests were held across the Jammu region. Se- curity was beefed up in the border districts of Poonch and Rajouri in view of the bandh, of- ficials said. Shops and business establish- ments remained closed in the district as hun- dreds of people, brav- ing cold weather, came out to hold protests. Raising anti-Paki- stan slogans, the protes- tors burnt tyres and demanded enhance- ment of security in and around minority places in districts of the Jam- mu region. Gwalior records lowest temperature at 4.5 degree Madhya Pradesh (ANI): Cold conditions continueacrossMadhya Pradesh and the weath- er department issued an alert regarding cold waves in the state, a me- teorologist said on Wednesday . Gwalior has been the coldest in the state as it recorded the lowest tem- perature at 4.5 degree celsius. This time Guna became the second cold- est region in the state where the dip in mercu- ry was recorded at 5.7 degreecelsius.Similarly , Bhopal recorded the minimum temperature at 7.4 degree celsius. Me- teorologistSNSahutold ANI, “There can be cold days in Bhopal, Sagar, Gwalior and Rewa divi- sionof thestate.Gwalior has been the coldest re- gion in the state where temperaturewasrecord- ed at 4.5 degrees.” “If we talk about fog then there will be fog in the northern parts of the state. The fog will also be seen in western areas of the state. The weather conditions will remain the same for the next two days whose temperature will re- volve around 7 degree celsius,” he said, adding that after two days, the temperature will in- crease gradually by 1 and 2 degrees. —Image for representational purpose. Kashmiri Pandits take part in a candle march in Jammu. WHO concerned by China Covid surge, calls again for data CBI files charge- sheet against power firm New Delhi (PTI): The CBI has filed a charge sheet against CG Power Industrial Solutions Ltd and its former pro- moter Gautam Thapar in an alleged bank fraud of ₹ 2,435 crore, officials said on Wednesday . The agency has alleged that the accused had availed loans from a consorti- um of 13 banks against the same securities without disclosing fi- nances taken from oth- er banks. The CBI has alleged that the accused also borrowed funds from the bank by mis- representation. Agartala (PTI): Two persons have been in- jured following the BJP-CPI (M) support- ers’ clashes near for- mer Tripura Chief Minister Biplab Kumar Deb’s ancestral house in Gomti district, police said on Wednesday . The incident occurred on Tuesday night after a group of priests ar- rived at Deb’s residence at Rajdhanagar in Jam- juri area of Udaipur to perform a Yajna in the annual Shradh ceremo- ny of Deb’s father, Hir- udhan Deb. Starting Wednesday, a four-day yagna was to be held on the death an- niversary of Deb’s fa- ther at their ancestral home Jamjuri for which BJP activists decorated the house and the nearby area. Meanwhile, a group of CPI(M) supporters also put up party flags in the area for their pro- gramme. “Some of CPI(M) flags were allegedly found torn and thrown away”, following which the clash broke out near the BJP Rajya Sab- ha MP’s residence. “One vehicle owned by a guest of Deb was allegedly torched by the CPI(M) supporters dur- ing the clash and two BJP activists suffered injuries. Angered BJP activists then set four shops of CPI(M) work- ers in the village on fire,” said Udaipur Sub- Divisional Police Offic- er Nirupam Dutta. Geneva (Agencies): China’s COVID-19 data is not giving an accu- rate picture of the situ- ation there and under- represents the number of hospitalisations and deaths from the dis- ease, a senior official at the World Health Or- ganization said on Wednesday. The U.N. agency was preparing to meet Chi- nese scientists again on Thursday as part of a wider briefing among member states on the global COVID-19 situa- tion as concerns grow about the rapid spread of the virus in the world’s No. 2 economy. On Tuesday, China’s top scientists present- ed data to a WHO tech- nical advisory group showing no new coro- navirus variant had been found in the coun- try of 1.4 billion people. That might ease some concerns about the outbreak since Bei- jing abruptly reversed its “zero COVID” policy last month. But comments by WHO officials on Wednesday were the clearest criticism yet of China’s recent han- dling of the pandemic. It underscored worries about the accuracy and availability of Bei- jing’s data. —Image for representational purpose. RAM TEERTH KSHETRA TRUST HOLDS MEETING Uttar Pradesh: Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Teerth Kshetra Trust held its meeting in Ayodhya to dis- cuss the progress of the construction of the Ram Temple. The meeting held at the Circuit House was presided over by Nipendra Mishra, chairman of the building construction committee. As per sourc- es, on January 4, Ram Janmabhoomi Trust Board will have another meeting on the subject. WB: NIA RAIDS 17 LOCATIONS IN VIOLENCE CASE New Delhi: The National Investigation Agency on Wednesday carried out searches at 17 locations in West Bengal in con- nection with the Ekbal- pore-Mominpur clashes that occurred in the state on October 9 last year, sources said.The raids are being conducted at the house and office premises of the sus- pects, an official source privy to the development told ANI. MAN DIES DUE TO COLD WAVE IN MADHYA PRADESH’S INDORE Madhya Pradesh: A man died allegedly due to cold weather under Tukoganj police station limits in Madhya Pradesh’s Indore district on Wednesday, police said.The man was identified as Ramakant (40). The residents of the locality saw the body in the lanes on Wednesday morn- ing and they informed the Tukoganj police about the incident. The police rushed to the spot and sent the body for post mortem. Assistant Sub Inspector Rakesh Singh Parihar said, “In the preliminary investigation, it seems that Rama- kant died due to cold.” FOUR BF.7 CASES DETECTED IN WEST BENGAL West Bengal: Four cases of Omicron subvariant BF.7 were detected in West Ben- gal, a health official said on Wednesday. Genome sequencing of the four people, who have recently returned from the US, confirmed that they were infected with the new variant of the coronavirus, he said.Of the four people, three are from Nadia district, while one person hails from Bihar. Biplab Kumar Deb Police arrests one in BJP-CPI (M) clashes near Deb’s residence —Image for representational purpose.
  • 8. Abhishek Shrivastava Jaipur: The State Gov- ernment has sent a proposal to the Central Government to build a new city in Kota, the home district of Urban Development Minister Shanti Dhariwal. Eight new cities are to be developed across the country for which the Centre will give Rs 750 crore for each city. Earlier, the land was identified in Shambhu- pura of Kota but plans for Kota UIT are already proposed there. Now, 150 hectares land has been identified in vil- lage Ranpur of Kota. The Centre has an- nounced to give Rs 6,000 crore to the states under the incentive scheme in the field of urban devel- opment with which eight new cities will be developed across the country. However, this amount will be used only for Viability Gap Funding (VGF) for the development of cities. The state govt had first identified Jaipur, Pali, Kishangarh, Bar- mer and Kota. Out of these five, the first two cities Pali Kota were chosen for setting up the city . 200 hectares of land was identified at Rohat in Pali. 412 hec- tares of land in Kota’s Shambhupura was identified for the devel- opment of new city . Shivendra Parmar Jaipur: The Ra- jasthan Police has got great success in the campaign to reduce the pendency of cases. In this campaign, which run under the direction of DGP Umesh Mishra, Ra- jasthan Police has dis- posed of a large num- ber of cases in 2022. In the last days of 222, the police had launched a large-scale campaign to reduce the pendency of the cases across the state, which has got good success. In 2021, where 23.68 percent cases were pending in Rajasthan Police, af- ter the end of 2022, the number has reduced to 16.45%. The Police has reduced the pen- dency of cases by about 8% in 1 year. DGP Umesh Mishra gave instructions to Range IGs and SPs in several meetings to minimise the penden- cy of the cases. It was only after the instruc- tions of the DGP that the Crime Branch of the Police Headquar- ters had started a campaign regarding this across the state, which has been com- pletely successful. The performance of Kota Rural Police has been the best with only 3.60% cases pending. Bikaner, Dausa, Jaipur East, Jaisalmer, Jalore, Jodhpur East, Sirohi, Tonk and Udaipur are the districts where the number of pend- ing cases has in- creased in 2022 as compared to 2021. Alwar (ANI): The Indo- Tibetan Border Police (ITBP) on Wednesday got the first two trainee hostels in any Central Armed Police force with fully central air-condi- tioning systems. A total of 800 trainees can stay in these two hostels located in Bera- was village of Ramgarh, 25kmfromAlwarcityin Rajasthan.UnionMinis- ter of State for Home Nityanand Rai on Wednesdayinaugurated these two hostels and 83 family residences at ITBP’s Central Training College (CTC) in Alwar. As per the ITBP, these buildings are meant for theuseof thetraineesof and their families. Jaipur (FIB): Ra- jasthan minister PS Khachariyawashassaid that the last date for dis- tribution of food sup- plies under the National Food Security Scheme for the month of Decem- berhasbeenextendedto January 15, 2023. Khachariyawas said those deprived of wheat in the month of Decem- bercannowavailitfrom the fair prices shops un- til January 15. Khachariyawas said the Food Corporation of India depots didn’t work to their optimum in the month of December, which caused the delay . First India Bureau Jaipur: BJP state presi- dent Satish Poonia, on Wednesday, met the family of Samod resi- dent, who died in a road acci- dent in Si- kar’s Palsana. BJP spokesperson and local MLA Ramlal Sharma also accompanied him. Expressing condolenc- es, Poonia and Sharma consoled Kailash and Suvalal. People present told the leaders about the economic condition of the family after which Poonia and Shar- ma announced to give one month’s salary to the dependents of the deceased. He also said that the bank account will be opened in the name of the deceased’s dependents. Poonia said that fi- nancial aid will be pro- vided through BJP workersBhamashahs. First India Bureau Jaipur: The Rajasthan High Court has issued notices to the Chief Sec- retary , ACS- Home, ACS- Transport, Principal Secretary – Forest and others in cases related to protection of cows and accidentscausedbystray animals in State. Adivisionbenchof CJ Pankaj Mithal and Jus- tice Shubha Mehta is- sued the notices asking how Rs 1,100 crore, col- lected as cow cess, was used for cattle. The no- ticeswereissuedonaPIL filed by Councilor Lax- man Singh and others. They said in the PIL that the state govern- mentimposed10percent cow cess on stamp duty for the protection of cat- tle through which the collection was Rs 13.16 crore in the year 2015-16, Rs138.44crorein2016-17, Rs257.98crorein2017-18, Rs266.13crorein2018-19, Rs292crorein2019-20,Rs 345.99 crore in 2020-21 and Rs 418.72 crore in 2021-22. However, no work is being done for cow pro- tection in the state and accidents are happening everydayacrossthestate with cows and other stray animals. First India Bureau Jaipur: Cases worth more than Rs 129 crores have been settled under the amnesty scheme of mines departmental in Rajasthan. ACS Mines Dr. Subodh Agarwal said that the field offic- ers have been instructed to contact the concerned defaulters directly and encourage them to de- posit dues by taking ad- vantage of the scheme. Hesaidthattheamnesty scheme- 2022 has been implemented for cases of dues on contractors of mining leases in mi- nor minerals, quarry li- censes, dead rent of tem- porary work permission issued for gravel, royalty , excessroyaltyetc.(cases) till March, 2021. In the scheme, along with the interestwaiver,themaxi- mum90%andminimum 40%relief hasbeengiven in principal amount in different slabs. Instructions have been given to the con- cernedMiningEngineer and Assistant Mining Engineer to automati- callywaiveoff theentire interest amount in cases where only the interest amount is outstanding. This scheme has been implemented for 6 months from Aug 29, 2021. Agarwal said that Rs 17.60 cr have been de- posited in a maximum 179 cases in Jodhpur cir- cle under the scheme. NEWS JAIPUR | THURSDAY, JANUARY 5, 2023 07 www.firstindia.co.in I https://firstindia.co.in/epapers/jaipur I twitter.com/thefirstindia I facebook.com/thefirstindia I instagram.com/thefirstindia Pradeep Garhwal Jhunjhunu: A cere- mony to felicitate co- rona warriors and re- nowned dignitaries of Jhunjhunu was or- ganized by First India News at SS Modi Vid- ya Vihar Shikshan Sansthan, Jhunjhunu on Wednesday. Chief guest of the program was Jhunjhunu MP Narendra Khichar while special guests were District Collec- tor Laxman Singh Kudi, SP Mridul Kachhawa and CMHO Jhunjhunu Rajkumar Dangi. The program was presided over by First India’s Senior Editor Jinendra Singh Shekhawat. The special guests inaugurated the pro- gram by lighting the lamp. Jinendra Singh Shekhawat started the program while anchor Megha Kaushik man- aged the stage. During this, outstanding tal- ents who played their important role in the global pandemic Co- rona and other works in the district were honoured. Sunita Devi, widow of Martyr Sena Medal awardee Shivram Gurjar who had killed Pulwama attack mas- termind Kamran Ghazi and two other terrorists, was felici- tated. Tarachand Ban- gadwa, whose two sons were martyred in the service of the country, was also hon- ored. The guests hailed the unique ini- tiative of First India, under which the chan- nel is felicitating the people doing excellent work in the districts. CORONA WARRIORS AND MARTYRS’ KIN FELICITATED Proposal for new city in Kota sent to the Centre 150 hectares land has been identified in village Ranpur of Kota for developing a new city with mammoth `750 crore Special campaign was run by DGP Umesh Mishra to reduce pendencies Case pendency reduced to 16.45% in 2022: Raj Police Earlier, the land was identified in Shambhupura, Kota. —FILE PHOTO Mridul Kachawa, Laxman Singh Kuri, Narendra Kumar, Jagmal Lotasara, Jinendra Singh Shekhawat, Jawed Alam Siddiqui, Vishal Mathur, Mahendra Saini, and other dignitaries during the lighting of the lamp on Wednesday. Guests and Jhunjhunu District First India team with Awardees of ‘Jhunjhunu Ke Ratna’ on Wednesday. Mridul Kachawa, SP Jhunjhunu, Laxman Kuri, District Collector Jhunjhunu, Narendra Kumar, MP, Jhunjhunu, Jagmal Lotasara (Retired RPS), Rajkumar Dangi, CMHO Jhunjhunu, and Jinendra Singh Shekhawat, First India News ’s Senior Editor during ‘Jhunjhunu Ke Ratna’ awards on Wednesday. First India Bureau Kota: Medical college authorities have sought the Rajasthan govt’s permission to claim bodies of the destitute and those abandoned in shelter homes amid a crippling shortage of cadavers for students. Medical colleges in Kota and Jhalawar are grap- pling with severe short- age of cadavers, being forced to manage practi- cal studies by grouping students together. Govt Medical College in Kota is conducting practical classes for its 250 students with 8 to 10 cadavers. Government Medical College in Jhal- awar, on the other hand, has only 6 cadavers for its 200 students. This practice, however, runs contrary to the National Medical Commission’s guidelines of one cadav- er for 10 students. Ca- davers are human bod- ies used by medical stu- dents, physicians and other scientists to study anatomy, identify dis- easesitesanddetermine causes of death. Accepting the short- age of cadavers, Govt Medical College in Jhal- awar Dean SB Sharma saidhewrotetothestate govt two months ago to request permission for claiming bodies from shelter homes. Med colleges face cadaver shortage, looking to acquire unclaimed bodies There is a guideline for one cadaver on 10 students. —FILE PHOTO Sangeeta Sharma Jodhpur: The Indian Institute of Technology JodhpursignedaMemo- randum of Understand- ing (MoU) with Rishabh Instruments Ltd. and Ivaan Foundation to set up the Rishabh Centre for Research and Inno- vation in Clean Energy . The MoU was signed be- tween Dr Santanu Chaudhury ,Director,IIT Jodhpur and Narendra Goliya, Chairman and Managing Director, Rishabh Instruments Ltd and Ivaan Founda- tion. For the establish- ment of the centre, Ivaan Foundation has committed to provided financial support of around 70 crores. Thecentre’smainaim is to facilitate basic and applied research by uti- lizing the knowledge base of faculty and re- searchers at IIT Jodh- pur. The centre will also look for opportunities to engage with other aca- demic institutions, tech- nology centres, startups andindustriesspreadall over the country . IIT-J, Rishabh Instruments ink MoU for clean energy Dr Santanu Chaudhury, Director, IIT Jodhpur Narendra Goliya, MD, Rishabh Instruments Ltd during MoU signing on Wednesday. ITBP gets 1st two trainee hostels in any CAPF with fully central AC Kota Rural: 5.93% in 2021, 3.60% in 2022 GRP Jodhpur: 14.38% in 2021, 4.14% in 2022 Jhunjhunu: 12.23% in 2021, 4.74% in 2022 Banswara: 16.02% in 2021, 4.79% in 2022 Baran: 18.02% in 2021, 5.69% in 2022 PENDENCY METER Food distribution for Dec extended until January 15 Sikar accident: Poonia meets victim’s family HC issues notice to CS, ACS over stray animals Cases of `129 cr settled under Amnesty Scheme of mines department: Agarwal JHUNJHUNU RATNA SAMMAN CEREMONY OF FIRST INDIA NEWS Sunita Devi, widow of Pulwama martyr being felicitated. Tarachand Bangadwa, father of two martyrs being felicitated. Event held at SS Modi Vidya Vihar Shikshan Sansthan, Jhunjhunu
  • 9. Resolve to spend half an hour daily with nature in 2023- Feel the Sun in your face, feel the grass under your feet, listen to the wind-Change your life! —Dr Jagdeesh Chandra, CEO Editor-in-Chief, First India JAIPUR | THURSDAY, JANUARY 5, 2023 www.firstindia.co.in I https://firstindia.co.in/epapers/jaipur I twitter.com/thefirstindia I facebook.com/thefirstindia I instagram.com/thefirstindia 08 2NDFRONT POSTAL REG NO. JPC/004/2022-24 Rajendra Chhabra Jaipur: There is an age old adage in Hindi, ‘Kabhi Gaadi Naav Mein, Kabhi Naav Gaadi Mein,’ which holds true for two offic- ers in Bharatpur. RAS officer Parshuram Dhanka was posted by State Government as ADM Bharatpur, how- ever, Collector Alok Ranjan didn’t allow him to join, As a result, the senior RAS had to be embarrassed in the bureaucracy, along with this, he had to sit at home while being APO for past two months. But don’t know what did the DoP think, it posted Dhanka in Revenue Appellate Authority in Bharat- pur. In the administra- tive systems, Collector conducts hearing of ap- peal of RAA revenue cases in districts. Thus, now Parshuram Dhan- ka will conduct hearing of appeals on Collector Alok Ranjan’s orders and give decisions as well, which means that Dhanka is effectively on a ‘higher chair’ than Ranjan! It is worth noting that in districts, RAA con- ducts hearing on cases related to Land Revenue Act and Tenancy Act. RAA comes directly un- der Board of Revenue and the Collector doesn’t have the con- trol on them. Although this is an administra- tive discrepancy that the decisions and or- ders given by an IAS can be appealed before a ‘junior’ RAS cadre of- ficer.In several states of the nation, an ap- peal on Collector’s de- cision is heard by Divi- sional Commissioners in Rajasthan, the IAS lobby has been de- manding this for a long time. But due to objec- tion by politicians, the situation has remained as it is. Secondly, land revenue cases are dime a dozen in districts thus, villagers can ap- proach RAA with ease whereas, since there are seven Divisional Commissioners in State, it will become cumbersome for the ag- grieved to approach divisional headquar- ters. The post of RAA is considered extreme- ly important in the RAS cadre. Collector denies RAS from taking charge, Govt gives him ‘bigger chair’ than Collector! PREZ MURMU: SCOUTS GUIDES WORK FOR SOCIETY’S WELFARE Rajeev Gaur, Subhash Trivedi, Dimple Sharma Deepti Gautam Pali: President Droupa- di Murmu on Wednes- day said that Scouts and Guides do not work for their personal gain but for the benefit of the so- ciety . “There are many examples from all over the world including Martin Luther King Jr. whocampaignedagainst racism, and Bill Gates, whorevolutionizedtech- nology , who also worked as scouts in their lives. This organization incul- cates a sense of univer- sal values and ethos in the youth, which helps them throughout their life,” the President said after inaugurating the 18th National Scouts and Guides Jamboree at Rohat in Pali district. “During the COV- ID-19 pandemic, the Bharat Scouts and Guides have shown ex- emplary courage in serving the society . Im- mediate remedial meas- ures have to be taken for the adverse effects of climate change. Scouts Guidescanplayanim- portant role by adopting renewable energy, re- ducing carbon footprint and making sustainable efforts,”shesaid.“Youth are future builders of nation. Urge them to move ahead with full faith in themselves to face upcoming challeng- es,” the President said. First India Bureau Pali: Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot inaugu- rated the development exhibition depicting the public welfare schemes of the State govt on Wednesday at the 18th National Jam- boree at Rohat in Pali. While visiting the exhi- bition, he also interact- ed with the beneficiar- ies of various schemes. Gehlot encouraged women self-help groups at the stall of Rajasthan Rural Livelihood Devel- opment Council by tak- ing information about sanitary napkins pro- duced by their Cluster Level Federation (CLF). The women of the group told that the sani- tary napkin making unit has been estab- lished by CLF in asso- ciation with NGOs. The women thanked CM for distributing sanitary napkins prepared by SHGs through the Udaan scheme. Scouts- guides other partici- pants took information about various schemes of State government. First India Bureau Jaipur: The Congress has now started ap- pointments to posts of organisation that have been running vacant for nearly two and a half years and the first ap- pointments have been conducted of Block Presidents. Congress has ap- pointed 100 block presi- dents. Efforts have been made to accommodate all factions in the ap- pointments of block presidents. District Prezs and the remain- ing 300 Block Prezs are to be appointed this week. Notably , last week Congress in-charge Sukhjinder Randhawa had claimed to make ap- pointments within two days. Attention to opin- ion of MLAs has been given in appointment. There are 400 blocks in the Congress. Cur- rently Block Presidents in 25% blocks have been appointed and Prezs in 75 per cent blocks still need to be appointed. First India Bureau Jaipur: PM Narendra Modi has written a let- ter to Sang Singh, brother of groom Surendra Singh, ex- pressing grief over de- mise of 35 people in a gas cylinder blast dur- ing a wedding at Bhun- gra village of Jodhpur district. “I can under- stand how heartbreak- ing it must be to lose so many people of the family. Words can’t ex- press the pain of this irreparable loss. I wish speedy recovery to in- jured and pray to God to provide you the strength to face the dif- ficult situation. Om Shanti,” the letter read. First India Bureau Jaipur: The State gov- ernment has now put a stop to the process of transfers going on for a long time in all the departments of the state. Orders in this regard have been is- sued by the Adminis- trative Reforms De- partment. However, the orders to stop transfers will be effec- tive from January 15. In urgent cases, transfers will be possi- ble only after the ap- proval of the CM. In the orders, it has been said that on March 23, 2022, the State government had lifted the ban on transfers of officers and employees and since then transfers of officers and employees were going on continu- ously in all the depart- ments. But now after about 10 months, the govern- ment has banned the transfers. The orders banning transfers will also apply to all corpo- rations, boards and au- tonomous institutions. It is a pride... This is the biggest asset of ourfuture,whichwill always be there. With the efficient manage- ment learned here, we will be able to face fu- ture challenges easily . National Jamboree will further strengthen youth’s resolve to serve the nation. State Govt has fully cooperated in organising Jamboree,” the CM said. Gehlot said that there are more than 12 lakh Scouts Guides in Raj. “They have played an important role in Covid management by acting like a disciplined sol- dier,” CM said as he wel- comedScout-Guidesand officials from different states and also from dif- ferent countries includ- ing Ghana, Malaysia, Saudi Arabia, Bangla- desh, Sri Lanka etc. Governor CM wel- comed the President by presenting mementos at the ceremony . Jamboree souvenir, special cover and Jamboree maga- zine were also released by the President on the occasion. During this, a meeting was held on the theme of ‘Ek Bharat, Shrestha Bharat’. Cul- tural programmes were organised. First India Bureau Pali: Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot held a public hearing at Pali Circuit House on Wednesday evening. He reached among the common people and lis- tened to their problems and directed the offic- ers for quick solutions. In the public hearing, people from Pali and surrounding areas in- formed about their problems. Gehlot also took information from District Collector Na- mit Mehta about the is- sues. During this, Marwar Junction MLA Khush- veer Singh Jojawar, for- mer MP Badriram Jakhar and other public representatives and senior officers were present on the occasion. ‘I don’t do anything, whatever happens, Shiv Baba gets it done’ The organisation inculcates a sense of universal values ethos in youth, Prez says ‘Role of Scouts Guides crucial in adopting renewable energy, reducing carbon footprint’ Ashok Kumawat Kamlesh Prajapat Mount Abu: Presi- dent Droupadi Mur- mu woke up at 3.30 am on Wednesday af- ter a night’s rest at Gyan Sarovar in Mount Abu. She then practiced meditation and also attended the regular spiritual Murli class of the Brahma Kumaris. While addressing the members present in the class, the Pres- ident said that Baba has always supported her. “I did not know Hindi language, but with the blessings of Shiv Baba, I acquired the knowledge of Hindi language. Even today Baba always wakes me up by hold- ing hand at Amrit Bela (around 4 am). I don’t do anything, whatever happens, Shiv Baba gets it done,” she said while sharing her spiritual insight. After the Murli class, the President’s convoy reached the Pandav Bhavan, where she visited Brahma Baba’s cave and paid floral trib- utes at Baba’s cottage and tomb. President Murmu also visited the His- tory Hall and Chard- ham, took lunch at Gyan Sarovar and af- ter that left for Rohat in Pali district. Min- isters Sukhram Vish- noi and Dr BD Kalla were present with the President’s convoy. During her stay at Brahmakumari’s institution in Mount Abu, President Murmu meditated and also attended the regular spiritual Murli class President Droupadi Murmu pays tributes by laying a wreath at the Shanti Stambh, the memorial of organisation’s founder Brahma Baba at Pandav Bhawan, the international HQs of the organisation in Mount Abu on Wednesday. President Droupadi Murmu being presented an album showcasing photographs of her visit to Rajasthan by Governor Kalraj Mishra in Jaipur on Wednesday. (Inset) Folk artistes perform during the inauguration of 18th National Jamboree of the Bharat Scouts and Guides in Pali on Wednesday. CM Ashok Gehlot inspects the development exhibition organised during the 18th National Scouts Guides Jamboree in Rohat village of Pali. Also seen here is GS Dotasra and others. The letter written by PM Modi to kin of cylinder blast victim. This organisa- tion associated with discipline, service dedication is associated with the Indi- an culture of Vasudhai- va Kutumbakam. Sacri- fice service are special qualities of Scouting. With this feeling life can be made meaningful. —Kalraj Mishra, Governor CM inaugurates exhibition, motivates Udaan beneficiaries CM Ashok Gehlot launches the poster showcasing various development works being carried out by Cong MLA Kisnaram Vishnoi in Lohawat at CMR on Wednesday. Also seen here are GS Dotasra, Kisnaram Vishnoi and others. CM UNVEILS POSTER Cong appoints 100 block chiefs to posts lying vacant for two half yrs ‘No’ transfers in all depts of State Govt from January 15 FROM P1… PM writes to kin of Jodh cylinder blast victim CM holds public hearing, assures quick solutions Parshuram Dhanka CM Ashok Gehlot addresses peoples’ concerns during public hearing at Circuit House in Pali. Randhawa Dotasra congratulate newly elected chiefs saying that they will work to strengthen the party
  • 10. www.firstindia.co.in I https://firstindia.co.in/epapers/jaipur I twitter.com/ thefirstindia I facebook.com/thefirstindia I instagram.com/thefirstindia 09 JAIPUR, THURSDAY, JANUARY 5, 2023 L ike many other things, Indian attire has also been influenced by Westernization. A size- able portion of Indians now favours Western apparel over tradition- al outfits like sarees and dhotis, including jeans, trousers, skirts, T-shirts, suits, and shirts. However, a substantial segment of the populace likes to wear only traditional Indian attire. Intriguingly, during the past ten years, a stunning fusion of Indian and West- ern attire has gained popular- ity and is now referred to as “Indo-Western” or “Indo-West- ern fusion” clothing. Indo-Western fu- sion clothing is pre- sent as “the in thing” in India and is gener- ally liked by male, fe- male, and child buyers. These clothes are becoming more common in In- dian culture and are now pre- ferred for both formal and cas- ual occasions as well as for business attire. There are sev- eral designers that specialise in creating Indo-Western fusion clothing. As a result, the mar- ket is filled with various items of this clothing. Indo-Western fusion clothing typically combines Indian mo- tifs with Western-style pat- terns. Usually , ornate stoles are worn as an accessory to en- hance the look of salwar ka- meez in Indo-Western fashion. Another kind of fusion that is prevalent nowadays is the em- ployment of regionally specific Indian ethnic embroidered de- signs, like Punjab’s phulkari and Rajasthan’s mirror work, on clothing with Westernized patterns. There are other in- stances when more ornate em- broidery techniques like Meenakari, Kundan, Resham, and Zardozi work are employed. In India right now, denim jackets and pants with embroi- dery and other decorations done in Indian style are all the rage. Both men and women like wearing the shorter form of the kurta, known as the “Kurti,” which is typically worn with a pair of denim slacks or trousers. Bridal clothing has progres- sively caught on to the Indo- Western fusion fashion trend. Grecian-style draping of sarees is getting more popular, and the design of saree blouses is be- coming more and more West- ernized. Another example of Indo-Western fusion clothing that is becoming acceptable for a wedding dress is lehengas worn with halter tops. Accessories also contain this blending of aspects from Indi- an and Western civilizations, particularly jewellery. Indian traditional jewellery typically receives a slight Westerniza- tion so that it may be used with fusion clothing. In addition, big, hanging earrings, beads, and elaborate bracelets are popular with fusion clothing. FUSION FASHION FUNDA! Globalization has made it possible to recognise and incorporate other fashion cultures and moods. Indo-Western fashion, which combines Western and Indian fashion, is one example of this combination. City First brings to perfect attire to carry your every mood! UTTKARSHA SHEKHAR uttkarsha.shekhar@firstindia.co.in