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SALMAN KHAN’S
2019 JOURNALIST
‘ASSAULT CASE’
QUASHED BY HC
Mumbai: Bombay HC on Thursday quashed complaint
filed against Salman Khan by a journalist in 2019
accusing the actor and his bodyguard Nawaz Shaikh
of snatching his phone. Ashok Pandey, had
alleged actor indulged in assault, misconduct.
WILL TAKE RAHUL
GANDHI TO COURT
IN THE UK: EX-IPL
BOSS LALIT MODI
London: Former IPL chief Lalit Modi, accused of
financial irregularities in India, launched a scathing
attack on Rahul Gandhi on Thursday and threatened
to take the senior Congress leader to court in the UK
over his ‘Modi surname’ remark.
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PM Narendra Modi makes a surprise visit to the
new Parliament building, in New Delhi on Thursday.
Sources say PM spent more than an hour at the site
and inspected various works. He was accompanied
by Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla. The new building
is in its final stages & likely to be inaugurated soon.
MODI’S SURPRISE VISIT!
Riot control police
in WB after clash,
Didi assures action
First India Bureau
Howarh: Several vehi-
cles were set on fire af-
ter two groups clashed
in WB’s Howrah amid
Ram Navami celebra-
tions on Thursday. The
violence broke out soon
after a Ram Navami
procession crossed the
area. CM Mamata Ba-
nerjee assured strict ac-
tion against perpetra-
tors of violence in Shib-
pur and asserted that
usage of unauthorised
route led to clash. P6
Next Ram Navami, Ram Lalla
will be in Ram Temple: Shah
First India Bureau
Haridwar: Union home
minister Amit Shah
said on Thursday, when
the entire country cele-
brated Ram Navami,
that he is confident that
by the next year, Ram
Lalla (Lord Ram) will
no longer be celebrated
in a temporary tent, but
rather from the Ram
Temple, which is cur-
rently under construc-
tion in UP’s Ayodhya.
He made this state-
ment while inaugurat-
ing Patanjali University
at Uttarakhand’s Harid-
war. Earlier in the day,
in his address to 113th
convocation of the Gu-
rukula Kangri here
Shah praised the cen-
tral govt’s New Educa-
tion Policy for empha-
sising mother tongue
learning and universal
education based on the
teachings of Mahatma
Gandhi and Dayanand
Saraswati. More on P5
Union Home Minister Amit Shah inaugurates Patanjali University
in presence of Uttarakhand CM Pushkar Singh Dhami, Yog Guru
Ramdev, Acharya Balkrishna and others, in Haridwar on Thursday.
GERMANY FOLLOWS
US, SAYS WATCHING
RAHUL CASE CLOSELY
New Delhi: Germany said on
Wednesday the “standards
of judicial independence,
fundamental democratic
principles” should apply
in case of Congress leader
Rahul Gandhi following his
disqualification as a LS MP
after his conviction. P5
FSSAI ALLOWS
LABELLING CURD IN
REGIONAL NAMES
Chennai: The Food
safety regulator FSSAI on
Thursday revised its order
and allowed the use of
regional names in printed
labels of curd packets amid
political controversy in
Tamil Nadu and Karnataka,
official said in a statement.
INDIA SEES BIGGEST
SINGLE-DAY SPIKE IN
COVID IN 6 MONTHS
New Delhi: India saw a
single-day rise of 3,016
fresh coronavirus cases,
the highest in nearly six
months, while the active
cases increased to 13,509,
according to the Union
health ministry data updated
on Thursday. A total of 3,375
cases were recorded on
October 2 last year.
READ
Crucial
Crucial
US CANDIDATE AJAY
BANGA SOLE NOMINEE
TO LEAD WORLD BANK
INDIA WILL UNVEIL
NEW FOREIGN TRADE
POLICY ’23-28 TODAY
Washington: Ajay Banga,
the American pick to lead
the World Bank, was the
only candidate nominated
for the position, the bank
confirmed Thursday. ‘Our
Directors will conduct
a formal interview with
candidate in Washington
DC, and expect to conclude
selection soon,” bank said.
New Delhi: Last extension
was given in September
2022 till March 31, 2023.
India will unveil its new
Foreign Trade Policy 2023-
28 today, with a view to
boost exports amid slowing
global trade. Commerce and
Industry Minister Piyush
Goyal will announce foreign
trade policy, officials said.
‘UNWELL’
STEPWELL!
14 KILLED AFTER FALLING INTO
WELL AS THE INDORE TEMPLE
FLOOR COLLAPSES, PROBE ORDERED
TRAGEDY HAPPENED DURING
RAM NAVAMI CELEBRATIONS
AS THE TEMPLE WITNESSED A RUSH
Moni Sharma
Indore: Fourteen peo-
ple lost their lives and
several were rescued
after the floor covering
a well at a temple in In-
dore cave in while Ram
Navami celebrations
were underway on
Thursday
. The incident
was reported from the
Shri Baleshwar temple
in the Sneh Nagar area
of the city
.
MP Home Minister
Narrotam Mishra said
that 14 people were
killed in the mishap. 12
bodies (11 female and
one male) have been re-
covered from the spot
while 19 were rescued.
Among the rescued peo-
ple, 2 people succumbed
to injuries. According
to the information, the
covering of the well col-
lapsed while worship-
pers were standing over
it inside the temple.
The eyewitnesses
said around two dozen
people were standing
on the step well at the
time of the incident. Lo-
cals said ambulances
and fire brigade servic-
es did not reach the spot
in time.
Rescue operations in progress after a roof of an ancient stepwell (bavdi) situated in Beleshwar
Mahadev Jhulelal Temple collapsed during the Ram Navami festival in Indore on Thursday.
CM CHOUHAN ANNOUNCES EX-GRATIA,
URGES TEAM TO EXPEDITE OPERATIONS
Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan
announced an ex-gratia amount of `5
lakh to the next of kin of the deceased
while `50,000 will be given to the injured.
Chouhan directed authorities to expedite
the rescue operations at the temple. The
CMO said they were in constant contact
with the Indore district administration.
PM MODI EXPRESSES ANGUISH AT INDORE
TRAGEDY, SPEAKS TO CM SHIVRAJ SINGH
New Delhi: PM Narendra Modi on Thursday expressed
anguish at the mishap in Indore. “Extremely pained by the
mishap in Indore. Spoke to CM Shivraj Chouhan Ji and took
an update on the situation. The state government is spear-
heading rescue and relief work at a quick pace. My prayers
with all those affected and their families,” he tweeted.
Amit Shah
@AmitShah
The accident that
happened in Indore,
Madhya Pradesh is
very sad. I express
my condolences to
the bereaved families.
Local administration is
engaged in rescue work,
NDRF is also reaching
the spot soon. I pray
to God for the speedy
recovery of the injured.
Iamnotsurrendering:
Amritpal on YouTube
First India Bureau
New Delhi: When a
massive combing opera-
tion is on in around
three dozen villages of
district Hoshiarpur,
radical Sikh preacher
Amritpal Singh has re-
leased his second video
virtually on Thursday,
pushing Akal Takht
jathedar to call Sarbat
Khalsa on Vaisakhi at
Takht Damdama Sahib
and also stating that
soon he would come out
before the people. He
also told in video that,
he will not surrender. P6
Amritpal Singh releases
another video on Thursday.
MAJOR HIGHLIGHTS
 348 people held during
Amritpal crackdown freed,
Punjab govt tells Akal Takht.
 Amritpal’s aide booked
under Arms Act in J&K.
 Punjab Police deployed
a drone in a village in
Hoshiarpur district.
MoD’s `32,000 cr deal
for BrahMos & vessels
First India Bureau
New Delhi: In a flurry
of deals a day before the
ongoing fiscal ends, the
defence ministry on
Thursday inked major
indigenous contracts
worth over `32,000 crore
for six next-generation
missile vessels, 11 off-
shore patrol vessels and
2 BrahMos missile
coastal batteries for
Navy as well as 2 more
Akash missile regi-
ments, 12 weapon-locat-
ing radars for Army
.
CENTRE INKS DEAL
WORTH `19,600 CR
FOR 17 NAVY VESSELS
The defence ministry on
Thursday signed con-
tracts with Indian shipyards
for acquisition of 11 next
Generation offshore patrol
vessels and six next genera-
tion missile vessels at cost
of Rs 19,600 crore for Navy.
Rajnath Singh
CELEBRATING FOUNDATION DAY OF RAJASTHAN
Raj is becoming a “model state” in country, says Gehlot
Naresh Sharma
Jaipur: Chief Minister
Ashok Gehlot said on
Thursday that his gov-
ernment’spublicwelfare
schemes have brought a
positive change in the
lives of lakhs of people
and Rajasthan is now be-
coming a “model state”
in the country
.
Gehlot was address-
ing a programme organ-
ized to honour the bene-
ficiaries of various
schemesof thestategov-
ernmentontheoccasion
of RajasthanDayinDur-
gapura on Thursday
here. A large number of
beneficiaries attended
this programme online
and offline.
Referring to various
schemes of his govern-
ment, including the Chi-
ranjeevi Health Insur-
ance, Chief Minister
Gehlot said, “I am ex-
tremelysatisfiedthatthe
benefits of the schemes
brought by the govern-
menthavereachedlakhs
of people and these pro-
grammes have brought
about positive changes
in their lives.”
“Today
, Rajasthan is
becoming a model state
and is among the fastest
growing states in the
country
.Rajasthanisdis-
cussedinthecountryfor
having the best roads,
best medical care, maxi-
mum number of univer-
sities and the most pro-
gressive Rajasthan,” he
said. More on P8
Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot addressing a programme on the
occasion of Rajasthan Day at Durgapura in Jaipur on Thursday.
DOCS MEET CM OVER RTH STIR, GEHLOT
ASKS DOTASRA TO RESOLVE MATTER
Jaipur: A delegation of agitating private doctors
met CM Ashok Gehlot at the CMR on Thursday.
Doctors said that the CM Gehlot has assured to ap-
point PCC chief Govind Singh Dotasra to look into
the matter and to get it resolved. Dr Virendra Singh,
who was in the delegation of 15 doctors, conveyed
the sentiments of the agitating doctors to the chief
minister, who assured to look into the matter.
RCA and HZL sign MoU to build
India’s 2nd biggest cricket stadium
Naresh Sharma and
Ziauddin Khan
Jaipur: The Rajasthan
Cricket Association on
Thursday signed MoU
with Hindustan Zinc
Limited to build the
worlds third largest
cricket stadium in
Chonp village of Jaipur
district here. The HZL,
a Vedanta Group Com-
pany, will spend `300
crore on facility which
will be named the ‘Anil
Agarwal International
Cricket Stadium’. “Anil
Agarwal fulfilled RCA’s
dream,” said RCA Presi-
dent Vaibhav Gehlot. P8
The MoU being signed by Bhawani Shankar Samota, Honorary Secy,
RCA and Arun Misra, CEO Hindustan Zinc in the presence of Dr CP
Joshi,Vaibhav Gehlot, Priya Agarwal Hebbar and others on Thursday.
—PHOTO
BY
SANTOSH
SHARMA
‘’Sport gives
us the best life
lessons in lead-
ership, teamwork, competi-
tion and hunger to succeed.
If India’s youth participate
wholeheartedly with energy
and passion, nurtured by
world class infrastruc-
ture, they will become an
unbeatable talent pool.
—Anil Agarwal,
Vedanta chairman
The stadium will be
named as the ‘Anil
Agarwal International
Cricket Stadium’
First India Bureau
Jaisalmer: In a major
movement against the
criminals in the dis-
trict, under operation
‘Sudarshan Chakra’,
the police raided suspi-
cious homes and places
of the criminals. 152 po-
lice officers and
jawansfrom38teams,
raided the houses of
70 criminals.
Arrests were made
of 5 permanent war-
rants, 52 arrest war-
rants. 6 criminals
were arrested out of
10 accused involved
in 5 cases under sec-
tion 151. A scrutiny
check was done by raid-
ing 18 places of history
sheeters.
Besides this, two his-
tory sheeters were
caught and produced in
the court. In an another
operation, a case was
registered under the Ex-
cise Act, where a vehi-
cle containing 40 car-
tons of illegal country
liquor was recovered.
The campaign was con-
ducted under the direc-
tion of Superintendent
of Police Bhanwarsin-
gh Nathavat, and ASP
Amrit Jingar.
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DIVISION DAUSA of Nit No. 38Year 2022-23 of Procurement are invited
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(date). Other particulars of the bid may be visited on the procurement portal
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Executive Engineer
PWD Division-Dausa
Jaipur (PTI): The ac-
quittal of 4 men accused
in the 2008 Jaipur serial
blasts case by the Ra-
jasthan HC has come as
a shock to many
, includ-
ing those who lost their
loved ones or got them-
selves injured in the ter-
ror attack and are living
with the bad memories.
“Is this justice?”
asked Rajendra Sahu,
whose wife died due to
head injuries in 2012.
“If they did not carry
out blasts then who is
responsible for killing
71 innocent people?
Who is responsible for
the deep pain of those
who lost their family
members or those who
are still living that pain
even today? If they are
not guilty then who are?
This is a burning ques-
tion and everyone needs
an answer,” Sahu said.
OnWednesday
,acourt
acquitted all accused on
groundsthat the investi-
gating agency (ATS) did
a “shoddy investiga-
tion” in connecting the
chain of evidence.
Yogesh Sharma
Jaipur: Former deputy
chief minister Sachin
Pilot on Thursday said
the acquittal of the four
men who were given
capital punishment by a
lower court for the 2008
Jaipur serial blasts was
a serious issue and the
Rajasthan government
should appeal against it.
He said a probe
should be conducted
against those who were
responsible for investi-
gating the case. He also
said that the lapses that
took place in the inves-
tigation are a serious
issue. “The state gov-
ernment should imme-
diately appeal against
the HC ruling so that
affected people can get
justice,” Pilot added.
‘Who carried out attacks, where is our justice?’
2008 JAIPUR BOMB BLAST CASE
Gul Mohammad
Kota: In a brutal acci-
dent, the driver of a gov-
ernment ambulance
smashed husband-wife
grandmother & grand-
son riding on a bike.
The couple died in the
accident. Grandmother-
grandson has been ad-
mitted to the hospital in
critical condition. The
accident happened at
the Gumanpura flyover
in Kota on Thursday.
The driver was drunk at
the time of the accident.
Pawan, his wife Manb-
har, mother Surja, and
four-year-old child Nak-
su were on the other
side when the ambu-
lance smashed their
bike. The collision was
so strong that the bike
rider Manbhar fell from
the flyover, 15 feet down,
and died.
First India Bureau
Jaipur: Rainfall trig-
gered by a western dis-
turbance lashed several
parts of Rajasthan on
Thursday. The weather
changed afternoon and
by evening, several ar-
eas received rain and
thunderstorms. Rain-
fall occurred in Jaipur,
Mount Abu, Reodar in
Sirohi, Sikar, Jhunj-
hunu, and other areas.
Standing and harvested
crops got damaged due
to the rainfall in Sirohi
and other areas. The im-
pact of the western dis-
turbance will be over
after Saturday
.
First India Bureau
Jaipur: A case of mo-
lestation of a schoolgirl
has come to the fore in
Jaipur. The accused
neighbour molested her
but on revolting and
screaming, he ran away
and threatened to kill
her and her parents if
she told anyone about
the molestation.
The victim’s father
has lodged a report at
Mahesh Nagar police
station. Police have
startedtheinvestigation
byregisteringFIRunder
molestation and POCSO
Act. Police said that on
March 21, the accused
barged into the house
knowing that the girl is
alone&molestedherbut
onrevoltingandmaking
noise,heranaway
.While
leaving, he threatened
the girl & saidthatif she
told this to anyone, he
would kill her & her par-
ents. The victim told her
family members when
they returned home.
First India Bureau
Jaipur: The Aam Aad-
mi Party (AAP) on
Thursday launched the
‘Modi Hatao, Desh
Bachao’ (Remove Modi,
Save Nation) campaign
across the country
.
Kick-starting the
campaign in Rajasthan,
Aam Aadmi Party state
president Naveen Pali-
wal released the ‘Modi
Hatao, Desh Bachao’
campaign poster.
Addressing the media
persons, Paliwal said
that during the freedom
struggle, our freedom
fighters happily gave up
their lives. Why? Be-
cause they envisioned
that one day our coun-
try would be free, illit-
eracy would be wiped-
off, youth will have em-
ployment, farmers will
get fair prices, and oth-
ers. However, this
dream cannot be ful-
filled in the existing
Modi regime, he added.
First India Bureau
Jaipur: Four women
have been arrested over
charges of theft. Vishnu
Mishra, a resident of
Pano Ka Dariba, regis-
tered a complaint re-
garding the theft. Police
have registered a case &
are interrogating the ac-
cusedwomen. Thewom-
en used to pickpocket
people. They were
caught stealing a man’s
purse. People caught the
women and handed
them over to Manak
Chowk police station.
Mukesh Mathrani
Barmer: A couple who
was allegedly in love
had committed suicide
by hanging from a tree.
An incident has been
reported from the Sheo
police area in the Bar-
mer district. Passers-by
noticed the bodies and
informed the police.
Preliminary police
investigations suggest
that couples were in
love but were facing op-
position from their fam-
ilies. After which the
couple first fled from
their homes and later
took the extreme step.
Following the infor-
mation, police reached
the spot and recovered
the bodies. Police said
that the deceased were
identified as Rana Ram
(25) & a minor girl aged
15 years. He said that
two days back on March
28, the minor’s family
members lodged a case
of kidnapping and
POSCO and police were
probing the matter in
the meantime the cou-
ple ended their lives.
FSL team inspecting the spot in Barmer on Thursday.
Commuters braving heavy showers, in Jaipur on Thursday. —PHOTO BY SUNIL SHARMA
AAP State president Naveen
Paliwal addressing the media
persons on Thursday.
Sachin Pilot performing rituals on the occasion of Ram Navami
at Sri Ramchandra Temple in Chandpol Bazar and prayed for the
prosperity and progress of country and state on Thursday.
JAI SHRI RAM!
Women performing ‘maha aarti’ at Sri Ramchandra Temple in Chandpole, Jaipur on Thursday. —­
PHOTOS BY SUNIL SHARMA
A Ram Navami procession taken out in the Walled City of Jaipur on Thursday.
Ram Navami festival was
celebrated with huge
pomp and fervour across
the State. People donned
saffron clothes and ‘Jai
Shri Ram’ chants echoed.
A grand procession of 6
kilometers was taken out
in the capital city through
Ramganj Chauraha, Badi
Chaupar  Tripolia Bazar.
CM Ashok Gehlot along with Sunita Gehlot,Vaibhav Gehlot,
Himanshi Gehlot, Kashwini Gehlot, Rajiv Arora, Lokesh Sharma and
others performing rituals in Maa Raj Rajeshwari Temple at CMR.
Governor Kalraj Mishra performing the rituals and offering
prayers on Ram Navami in Raj Rajeshwar Temple at Raj Bhavan
on Thursday. He also worshiped the girls and took their blessings
considering them as nine goddesses.
Couple dies, two injured
after drunk ambulance
driver hits bike in Kota
Tonk: Two bike-riding youths were killed in a high-speed
collision with a tractor in the Mehndwas police station area of
the Tonk district. After the accident, the passers-by saw the
youths lying on the road and informed the police. The police
reached the spot and took them to Saadat hospital, Tonk
where the doctor declared them brought dead. After the acci-
dent, the driver fled from the spot with the tractor. Station in-
charge Devendra Singh told that Ramnagar resident Rakesh
(22) son Ramlal Meena and Um resident Mansukh (20) son
Mahavir Meena were 12th-class students and were the victims
in the accident who were staying in Tonk for studies.
TWO BIKE-RIDING YOUTHS KILLED IN HIGH-SPEED
COLLISION WITH TRACTOR IN TONK DISTRICT
State govt should immediately appeal against
HC ruling to give affected people justice: Pilot
Afteraccusedacquitted,victimsaskwho
isresponsibleforkillinginnocentpeople
Couple facing opposition from families dies by suicide
AAP’s anti-Modi
poster drive
begins in State
Gang of four
pickpockets
held in Jaipur
Westerndisturbanceleadstorainagain
Udaipur: A 21-year-old girl committed suicide by jump-
ing from the terrace of an apartment in Udaipur. Police
informed the deceased, identified as Namrata, a native
of Odisha, was working at a five-star hotel. “The girl was
living with her two friends. On Thursday, she jumped
from the terrace and ended her life. Prima facie, it seems
that the girl ended her life over an issue of a love affair.
However, the actual reason is yet to be ascertained and
no suicide note was found on the spot,” police said.
Jalore: A young couple was found hanging from a
tree in the field of Bhinmal area of the district. In the
morning, village people saw the dead bodies of the two
hanging and informed the police and their relatives.
The police reached the spot and kept the bodies in the
mortuary of the hospital. As per the police, the youth
was identified as Shambhu Bhil and girl as Sangeeta
Bhil. On Thursday night, both left their house without
informing and committed suicide. Police said that in the
initial investigation, the matter seems to be a love affair.
Jaipur: A case of molesta-
tion and indecent act with
a married woman was
reported at the Neendad
Raoji locality in the city.
The victim woman lodged a
case against a youth named
Bhavani at the Kotwali
police station. The police
are looking for the accused
after registering a case.
Tonk: A young man was
found hanging from a tree in
the Todaraisingh police sta-
tion area of Tonk district. In
the morning, the shepherds
found it and informed the
police. After getting the in-
formation, the police reached
 inspected the spot but did
not find any suicide note.
Later, the dead body was
taken to the hospital. The
relatives reached the hospital
and the dead body was
handed over to them after
the postmortem. “Prima
facie seems to be a case of
suicide  the investigation is
still underway”, police said.
ODISHA GIRL JUMPS TO DEATH IN UDAIPUR
YOUNG COUPLE DIES BY SUICIDE IN JALORE
MARRIED WOMAN MOLESTED IN JAIPUR
YOUTH FOUND HANGING
FROM TREE IN TONK,
SUICIDE SUSPECTED
Neighbour molests girl, threatens
to kill her and family to silence her
152policeofficersraidhouses
of70criminalsinJaisalmer
Kashiram Choudhary
Jaipur: Nine flights are
just on paper as the air-
lines could not operate
the flights from Jaipur
airport despite getting
their schedule ap-
proved. Because of this,
cities like Belgaum and
Surat could not be con-
nected with Jaipur
whileconfusionisthere
over flights to Nagpur,
Ranchi and Patna.At
present, an average of
57flightsarebeingoper-
ated daily
.
If these 9 flights also
operate,passengerswill
be able to get many op-
tions. The situation
raises questions on the
control of the regulato-
ry agency DGCA. The
nine flights which are
on papers are of Air In-
dia, Vistara, SpiceJet,
Star Air for cities like
Belgaum, Surat, Ben-
galuru, Mumbai, New
Delhi and Ahmedabad.
There are a total of 59
flights being operated
andof them,33flightsof
IndiGo. Apart from
these, six international
flights are also being op-
erated at the Jaipur air-
port. The number of
flightswillincreaseto70
in September. Nagpur,
Ranchi, Bhopal, Patna,
Belgaum will have con-
nectivity by September.
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No. of flights may increase to 70 from Sept
EVEN THOUGH 9 FLIGHTS NOT OPERATING FROM JPR...
Doctors staging agitation by bringing stretcher, wheel-chair and other hospital equipment during protest march at JLN Marg on Thursday. The protesting doctors raised slogans against State govt demanding withdrawal of the RTH Act.  —PHOTOS BY SUNIL SHARMA
Doctors meet CM but protest continues
One faction returned to work at SMS, another faction met CM Gehlot who appointed GS Dotasra to examine the points raised by doctors
Vikas Sharma
Jaipur: Amid the ongo-
ing protest over the
Right to Health Act, a
representation of doc-
tors finally met CM Ge-
hlot on Thursday
. The
delegation was headed
by Dr Virendra Singh
on behalf of private
doctors. Prior to this
meeting, a group of
doctors met PCC Chief
Govind Singh Dotasra.
According to sourc-
es, the intentions of
the doctors were con-
veyed to the CM. In re-
sponse, CM Gehlot has
appointed Dotasra to
examine and test the
points being raised by
the doctors in the
whole matter.
Dr Virendra Singh,
who was in the delega-
tion of 15 doctors, con-
veyedthesentimentsof
the agitating doctors to
the CM, who assured to
look into the matter.
The 15-member dele-
gation of doctors in-
cluding IMA President
Dr Sunil Chugh, Dr Ra-
jshekhar Yadav, Dr
Sunil Garsa, and Dr
Ashok Sharda reached
CMR after their press
conference. According
to the sources other op-
tions will be discussed
in case of ‘NO RTH’.
Meanwhile, one fac-
tion of resident doctors
of the SMS medical col-
leges returned to work
while the other faction
has opened a front
against it and an-
nounced to continue
the boycott in support
of the private doctors.
We are the ruling party, we must go
ahead  solve the matter, says Pilot
HEARING OVER
RTH IN RAJ HIGH
COURT TODAY
Public Interest Liti-
gation filed against
the private doctors’
strike in protest against
the Right to Health
Bill and to provide
necessary resources in
government hospitals
will be heard on Friday
in Rajasthan high
court. A division bench
of acting Chief Justice
MM Srivastava and
Justice Anil Upman will
conduct the hearing.
The petition has been
listed in the supple-
mentary cause list.
Yogesh Sharma
Jaipur:Adelegationof
private doctors met for-
mer Dy CM Sachin Pi-
lot at his residence on
Thursday
. Talking to
reporters after the
meeting, Pilot said that
the government should
listen to the agitating
doctors as patients are
getting worried all over
the state.
“Even when our gov-
ernmentwasatthecen-
tre, we made universal
laws. It hurts when
thousandsof peopleare
in need of treatment,
but they are not getting
treatment. Neither side
should adopt an ada-
mant stand so that
meaningful talks held.
There may be a way
out, we are the ruling
party, so we should go
ahead and solve the
matter, because the sit-
uation is getting worse
and worse. Both sides
should discuss with an
open mind. I appeal to
allthedoctorstositand
talk. There may be a
way out,” he said.
One of the doctors acting as dummy patient during the protest
march at JLN Marg, in Jaipur on Thursday. Doctors with Sachin Pilot at his
residence on Thursday.
CS interacts with farmers
who are using innovative
methods, inspects fields
Ramps to be
constructed for
divyangs in Raj
temples soon
Chief Secretary Usha Sharma with other officials during inspection
of a field in Jaipur district on Thursday.
Dr Rituraj Sharma
Jaipur: CS Usha Shar-
ma inspected the fields
of farmers in Jaipur’s
Basedi, Guda Kumawa-
tan, Bassi and Jhajhra
andobservedtheinnova-
tions of agriculture and
horticulture in Balolai
villages. She said, “
Agri-
culture plays an impor-
tant role in the state’s
economy
. The state govt
is working for the uplift-
ment of the farmers.
Sharma interacted
withMevaramMeharia,
a farmer of Balolai vil-
lage and saw the plants
being grown through a
drip system in their
house.Shetookinforma-
tion about advanced va-
rieties of organic cu-
cumber, tomato, green
chilli, and flowers.
Sharma inspected
crops in rural areas.
Farmers told her that
adopting an organic
farming model has prof-
ited them. Horticulture
Commissioner Shub-
hamChaudharyandoth-
ers were also present.
First India Bureau
Jaipur: Specially-
abled people will have
ease in visiting tem-
ples in the state. Ramps
will be constructed in
temples on the instruc-
tions of the commis-
sioner for specially
abled persons.
C o m m i s s i o n e r
Umashankar Sharma
has given instructions
to Devasthan Depart-
ment and all the district
collectors for the con-
struction of ramps in
temples so that specially
abled persons can visit
the temple with ease.
Instructions were
also given for keeping
wheelchairs, sign
boards and all neces-
sary equipment in tem-
ples and for making e-
rickshaws and other
resources available dur-
ing religious fairs.
Lalit Bansal
Kota: Three youths died
while four got injured in
Kotra Deep Singh vil-
lage in Sultanpur area
of Kota district during a
grand procession on the
occasion of Ramnavami
onThursday
.Theyouths
weredisplayingacrobat-
ics skills when a wheel
got stuck with an elec-
tric wire. They were try-
ing to remove it when
the incident happened.
Three people died, while
three were referred to
Kota and a young man
was being admitted in a
Sultanpur hospital.
The Chief Minister
Ashok Gehlot also ex-
pressed grief over inci-
dent. “Our deepest sym-
pathiesgoouttofamilies
of those who lost their
lives in this unfortunate
accident. Necessary in-
structions have been
given to provide best
treatment.” he tweeted.
3dieinRamNavamiprocession,CMexpressesgrief
DOC SENTENCED
TO JAIL IN CHEQUE
BOUNCE CASE
An NI Act court in
Jaipur has sentenced
a man to three months
in jail in a 2019 cheque
bounce case. The court
also imposed a fine of Rs
2 lakh on the borrower.
Sources informed that
borrower, Dr Bhu-
pesh Bhatt, a resident
Heerapura, had bor-
rowed Rs 2 lakhs from
complainant Gopal Lal
Yadav. However, during
the repayment, all the
cheques were bounced
due to insufficient
funds,” said the source.
First India Bureau
Jaipur: The High Court
has ruled in favour of
transportinspectorsand
about 200 inspectors will
be benefited. The Krish-
naBhatnagarcommittee
had amended the pay
scale of transport in-
spectors but they got the
benefit of increased sal-
ary from 2013.
The transport inspec-
tors had been demand-
ing an increased salary
fromtheyear2008.When
the govt did not listen,
theyapproachedtheHC.
HC rules in favour of
transport inspectors
Five flights were diverted to Jaipur airport from Delhi due
to bad weather conditions there. The flights which were
diverted are SriLankan Airline’s Colombo to Delhi flight,
Air India’s Mumbai to Delhi, Air Arabia’s Sharjah to Delhi,
Indigo’s Jabalpur to Delhi and Madurai to Delhi.
5 FLIGHTS FROM DEL DIVERTED TO JPR
JPR-CHENNAI FLYERS HALTED IN NOTAM
On the other hand, passen-
gers of IndiGo flight from
Jaipur to Chennai suffered
as the flight did not get
permission to take off due
to runway NOTAM. Despite
the NOTAM hours, the
airlines got the passengers
boarded the plane. More
than 160 passengers kept
on waiting in the plane for
the take off.
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decade ago,
Joko (Jokowi)
Widodo was an
outsider candi-
date whose
carefully cultivated
“everyman” persona swept
him into Indonesia’s presi-
dential office. To get there,
he had to overcome Oppo-
sition from many rich and
powerful figures.
However, he soon built a
formidable political coali-
tion, and he and his family
are now firmly part of the
oligarchic ruling elite. So
much so, that many mem-
bers of that elite fear their
access to political and eco-
nomic power could be dis-
rupted if he leaves office.
By law, Jokowi’s time in
office is limited. In 1998,
Indonesia’s longest-serv-
ing president, Soeharto,
was forced to step down
after 32 years in power. One
of the constitutional pri-
orities after his fall was to
prevent a repeat of his long
rule, which had become as-
sociated with military re-
pression and corruption.
In 1999, the Constitution
was amended to prevent
presidents serving more
than two five-year terms.
This was seen as a non-ne-
gotiablepartof thereforms
that delivered Indonesia’s
transition to democracy
.
Court decision causing
election uncertainty
The idea of Jokowi stay-
ing in power just won’t go
away
. In fact, it is dominat-
ing headlines again after
the Central Jakarta Dis-
trict Court issued a shock
decision in early March
ordering the General Elec-
tion Commission to post-
pone the 2024 elections.
THE POTENTIAL
FALLOUT FROM A
POSTPONEMENT
The run-up to elections is
always a time of intense
political manoeuvring in
Indonesia. Presidential
and parliamentary candi-
dates for next year’s elec-
tions have also not yet been
finalised.
It’s a fair point. Many
observers already believe
Jokowi’s time in office has
led to democratic regres-
sion, with Indonesia slip-
ping in the Freedom House
rankings. Jokowi himself
has publicly said he thinks
Indonesian democracy has
“gone too far”.
 Source: The Conversation
Will Indonesia’s presidential election be delayed?
A
ELECTIONS FOR THE
PRESIDENCY AND
LEGISLATURE ARE NOW
DUE ON FEBRUARY
14, 2024, AND,
BECAUSE JOKOWI HAS
ALREADY BEEN
ELECTED TWICE, HE
CANNOT RUN AGAIN
AND COULD
JOKOWI STAY
IN POWER
LONGER?
very mother wants the
best for their child. But a
nutrition crisis means
that many children are
seeing their life opportu-
nities negatively affected
before they are even born.
More than a billion ado-
lescent girls and women
suffer from undernutri-
tion, micronutrient defi-
ciencies and anaemia. It’s
amplifying gender ine-
qualities, curbing learn-
ing and wage-earning po-
tential, and shaping lives.
We have made scant
progress on targets to im-
prove nutrition, and many
of the countries most af-
fected are those already
grappling with poverty,
conflict and climate
change. Now, the global
food crisis is deepening
the problem, a new report
from UNICEF finds, with
maternal acute malnutri-
tion rising by a quarter
between 2020 and 2022 in
the worst-hit countries.
HOW BAD IS
THE PROBLEM?
Poor nutrition and the is-
sues associated with it can
havemajorandlong-lasting
implications throughout a
person’s life. These include
poorer defence against dis-
easeandinfection,reduced
learning ability and stunt-
ed growth. Poor maternal
nutrition can increase the
risk of stillbirth, newborn
death, and preterm deliv-
ery
. It can also affect foetal
development, creating life-
long impacts. Globally
, 51
millionchildrenundertwo,
havestuntedgrowth,about
half of which will have be-
come stunted during preg-
nancy or the first six
months of life, when they
arefullydependentontheir
mother for nutrition, the
report says.
WHERE IS THE
PROBLEM MOST
ACUTE?
Over two-thirds of adoles-
cent girls and women who
are underweight live in
South Asia and Sub-Saha-
ran Africa, with these re-
gions also home to 60% of
women and girls with
anaemia. But there is sig-
nificant variation be-
tween countries and re-
gions – less educated,
poorer and more rural
women and girls are sig-
nificantly more likely to
be affected by issues re-
lated to nutrition. Rising
poverty and inequities
increase the chances that
people will turn to cheap,
ultra-processed, un-
healthy foods. In Sudan
already only 10% of girls
and women have diets
that meet the minimum
dietary diversity to pro-
vide sufficient nutrients.
The story is similar in Bu-
rundi, Burkina Faso and
Afghanistan, where fewer
than one in three have a
sufficiently diverse diet.
Risingpovertyandineq-
uities increase the chanc-
es that people will turn to
cheap, ultra-processed,
unhealthy foods. In Sudan
already only 10% of girls
and women have diets that
meet the minimum die-
tary diversity to provide
sufficient nutrients. The
story is similar in Burun-
di, Burkina Faso and Af-
ghanistan, where fewer
than one in three have a
sufficiently diverse diet. In
the 12 countries that are
most affected by the cur-
rent food crisis (Mali, Ni-
ger, Kenya, Nigeria North-
east, Burkina Faso, Chad,
Somalia, South Sudan,
Afghanistan, Sudan, Yem-
en and Ethiopia), the num-
ber of acutely malnour-
ished pregnant and breast-
feeding women increased
by 25% between 2020 and
2022. These countries
alone account for almost 7
million acutely malnour-
ished mothers, according
to UNICEF’s report.
WHY IS THE
PROBLEM GETTING
WORSE?
A series of local and glob-
al crises could combine in
2023 to exacerbate the
problem for women and
girls in several regions of
the world. The pandemic
had a devastating impact
on food security, which
disproportionately affect-
ed women and girls. In-
deed, the gender gap for
food insecurity more than
doubled between 2019 and
2021 as girls and women
found their livelihoods,
income and access to nu-
tritious food all hit. In
southern and eastern Af-
rica, for example, up to
four in five pregnant and
breastfeeding women
were food insecure as a
result of the pandemic.
“Addressing malnutrition
in women and girls is es-
sential to reduce the gen-
der health gap,” says Ami-
ra Ghouaibi, Project
Lead, Women’s Health
Initiative, Shaping the Fu-
ture of Health and Health-
care, World Economic Fo-
rum. “For too long, wom-
en and girls have deprior-
itized their own needs
impacting their health
and wellbeing- they eat
least, less and inadequate-
ly. Access to good nutri-
tion will not only improve
health outcomes for wom-
en and girls but will cre-
ate equal opportunities,
increase economic em-
powerment and promote
gender equality
.”
WHAT CAN BE DONE?
The scale and conse-
quences of the problem
are being widely over-
looked and underrecog-
nized by families, society,
governments, research-
ers, humanitarian agen-
cies and the private sector,
UNICEF says. The chal-
lenges facing women and
children, particularly in
the worst affected areas,
continue to mount and
much faster progress is
needed. But only 8% of
countries had all of the
eight policies UNICEF
considers key to tackling
the problem. And there is
also a lack of data to in-
form the problem and ac-
tions being taken.
Source: World Economic Forum
E
Coordinated action
which brings together
multiple sectors and
unites policies is needed
to widen access to good
nutrition. This includes
improving access to
and education about
affordable, nutritious
food, as well as
expanding access to
essential nutrition
services for pregnant
and breastfeeding
women in particular
MALNUTRITION IN WOMEN AND GIRLS HAS
SOARED 25% IN CRISIS-HIT COUNTRIES
CHARLOTTE
EDMOND
The author is a senior writer
at World Economic Forum
KEY HIGHLIGHTS
l More than a billion
women and adolescent
girls are malnourished,
which has broad health,
economic and well-being
impacts.
l We are making slow
progress and issues
like soaring food prices,
climate change and the
lasting impact of the
pandemic risk making the
nutrition crisis an even
greater problem in 2023.
l Nutrition is a widely
overlooked issue, and
coordinated access and
policy intervention is
urgently needed.
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Mahesh Sharma
New Delhi: The leaders
of Grand Alliance i.e.
RJD, JDU and Congress
in Bihar are determined
to defeat BJP in the next
Lok Sabha elections.
But before that the big
question is how will
there be coordination
between the three par-
ties? How will the seats
be distributed? Will the
seats be swapped and if
so what will happen to
the sitting MPs? The
MPs of Nitish Kumar’s
party are troubled by
these questions. Keep in
mind that no Lok Sabha
MP of RJD has won, so
there is no problem
there. Congress also has
only one MP and that
too from Kishanganj
seat. In the alliance, that
seat is sure to go back to
the Congress account.
So, the real concern is
of JDU MPs. Its 16 MPs
won while contesting in
alliance with BJP, in
which at least half of
the MPs are worried
about changing the seat.
Keep in mind that
JDU had got all such
seats in the BJP alli-
ance, where RJD is
strong. JDU MPs have
won the seats affected
by RJD. Madhepura is
the traditional seat of
RJD, from where JDU’s
Dinesh Chandra Yadav
hails from. Similarly
Siwan is the seat of
Shahabuddin’s family,
who is the Muslim face
of RJD. There is Vita
Singh from Bhagalpur
which has been a strong
seat of RJD, from where
Ajay Mandal of JDU
has won. Ranjit Ranjan
and Pappu Yadav are
with the Congress,
whose areas of influ-
ence are Madhepura,
Supaul and Purnia.
JDU MPs have won all
these three seats. Simi-
larly, there are JDU
MPs in seats like Go-
palganj to Jhanjharpur,
Sitamarhi, Banka. Kati-
har is the traditional
seat of Congress’s Tariq
Anwar, which is won by
JDU’s Dulal Chand Gos-
wami. Thus, JDU MPs
are restless on these
seats and feel that his
seat in the alliance may
change. So, many MPs
are being told to be in
touch with the BJP.
Why are the MPs of Nitish Kumar’s party upset?
SIMMERING RESENTMENT
Haridwar (PTI): Un-
ion Home Minister
Amit Shah on Thursday
hailed the Central gov-
ernment’s New Educa-
tion Policy for its em-
phasis on learning in
mother tongue and uni-
versal education based
on the teachings of In-
dian visionaries such
as Mahatma Gandhi,
Dayanand Saraswati
and Lala Lajpat Rai.
Addressing the 113th
convocation of the Gu-
rukula Kangri here,
Shah credited the uni-
versity (deemed to be)
for the revival of vedic
education in India and
combining it with mod-
ern education.
Shah paid tributes to
the university’s found-
er Swami Shrad-
dhanand saying he set
India’s education sys-
tem free from the stran-
glehold of the British
and revived the coun-
try’s vedic education
system, all the while
emphasising on culture
and modern education.
TheUnionHomeMin-
ister praised the NEP
brought by the Naren-
dra Modi-led central
government saying it
representsthecombined
visions of Maharshi
Dayanand Saraswati,
Swami Shraddhanand,
Mahatma Gandhi, and
Lala Lajpat Rai.
“The new education
policy, which is the
country’s third, con-
tains the visions of four
great people. Accessible
education as propagat-
ed by Maharshi Day-
anand, combining vedic
education with modern
as propagated by Swa-
mi Shraddhanand, Ma-
hatma Gandhi’s educa-
tion in mother tongue,
and Lala Lajpat Rai’s
principle of education
for all are at the core of
this policy,” the Union
Home Minister said.
India’s NEP based on teachings
of visionaries like Gandhi: Shah
Union Home Minister addresses 113th convocation of Gurukul Kangri in Haridwar
Union Home Minister Amit Shah addresses at the 113th convocation ceremony of Gurukul Kangri
University, in Haridwar on Thursday.  —PHOTO BY ANI
New Delhi (ANI): Un-
ion Law Minister Kiren
Rijiju on Thursday crit-
icized Congress and Ra-
hul Gandhi for inviting
foreign powers to inter-
fere in India’s internal
matters and said “re-
member, Indian Judici-
ary can’t be influenced
by foreign interference.
India won’t tolerate ‘for-
eigninfluence’anymore
because our Prime Min-
isterisNarendraModi.”
“Thank you Rahul
Gandhi for inviting for-
eign powers for inter-
ference into India’s in-
ternal matters. Remem-
ber, Indian Judiciary
can’t be influenced by
foreign interference. In-
dia won’t tolerate ‘for-
eign influence’ any-
more because our
Prime Minister is:- Shri
@narendramodi Ji,”
tweeted the Minister.
Rijiju reacted to Dig-
vijay Singh’s tweet
which thanked German
Foreign Affairs Minis-
try and Richard Walker
over Rahul’s matter.
Rijiju slams Rahul over
foreign powers’ ‘help’
New Delhi: Union Minister
Nirmala Sitharaman on
Thursday hit out at Congress
over “foreign interference in
our affairs”
after MP Dig-
vijaya Singh
thanked the
German for-
eign ministry
for taking note
of Rahul Gandhi’s matter.
“Apparent that @INCIndia
wants foreign interference
in our affairs. Sign Memo-
randum of Understanding
(MoU) with Communist
Party of China with opaque
contents,” Sitharaman said.
New Delhi: Senior Congress
leader and Rajya Sabha MP
Digvijaya Singh on Thursday
thanked Germany for “tak-
ing note” of
Rahul Gandhi’s
disqualifica-
tion from
Parliament as
the Lok Sabha
Member of
Parliament. Taking to Twitter,
Singh said, “Thank you Ger-
man Foreign Affairs Ministry
and Richard Walker for taking
note of how the Democracy is
being compromised in India
through the persecution of
Rahul Gandhi.”
SITHARAMAN RAPS
CONG FOR ‘FOREIGN
INTERFERENCE’
THANK YOU GERMANY
FOR TAKING NOTE OF
RaGa MATTER: DIGGY
Bengaluru (ANI): For-
mer Karnataka Chief
Minister and Bharatiya
Janata Party (BJP)
leader BS Yediyurappa
on Thursday said that
BJP will get an absolute
majority in Karnataka
assembly elections and
added that Congress is
making false allega-
tions because they are
corrupted.
Addressing a press
briefing, Yediyurappa
said, “Under PM Modi’s
leadership, we’ll come
back to power. Congress
is corrupted and that’s
why they’re making
false allegations of 40%
commission and such
others, these things will
be kept away by voters.”
“Only BJP has leaders
like Amit Shah and
Narendra Modi, who
are welcomed in a large
manner by the people
of Karnataka. So BJP
will 100 per cent win
with a clear majority in
the state”, he said.
Yediyurappa added
that lakhs of people
gathered in the road
shows, Vijaya Sankalpa
Yatra and other public
events organized by
BJP and this gives a
clear message.
“I have already spo-
ken to Amit Shah. MPs
of both Lok Sabha and
Rajya Sabha have been
asked to be present and
work in their respective
constituencies. A par-
liamentary committee
meeting will also be
held in Bengaluru
soon,” he said.
Cong is corrupted,BJP will get absolute
majority in Karnataka: BS Yediyurappa
New Delhi (Agencies):
Andhra Pradesh Chief
Minister YS Jagan Mo-
han Reddy on Thursday
met Union Home Minis-
ter Amit Shah here and
urged him to resolve
several long-pending is-
sues since the bifurca-
tion of the state.
Chief Minister Red-
dy requested the Home
Minister to immediate-
ly release a grant of Rs
10,000 crore on an ad-
hoc basis to expedite
Polavaram project. He
added that pending is-
sues have pushed
Andhra Pradesh back-
wards in terms of devel-
opment and revenue.
He also requested for
Rs 2,020 crore to fill the
scourge pits formed at
the main dam site due
to the washing away of
the diaphragm in flash
floods, said a statement
on Wednesday night.
This is Reddy’s sec-
ond visit to Delhi in a
month. On March 17,
Reddy had met with
Prime Minster Naren-
dra Modi and Union
Home Minister Shah.
Reddy meets Shah, urges release of funds
Jerusalem (PTI): The
planners of “abomina-
ble” 2008 Mumbai ter-
ror attack should pay a
heavy price for it, the
Speaker of Israel’s Par-
liament has said ahead
of his maiden visit to
India, asserting that the
fight against terrorism
is common concern for
the two countries.
Amir Ohana, a close
confidante of Prime
Minister Benjamin Net-
anyahu, will travel to
India for four days start-
ing March 31, on his
first official visit abroad
after assuming office in
December last year.
Amir Ohana said the
fight to counter it
requires all the pro-
gressive countries to
come together.
Israel stands by India in
fightagainstterror:Ohana
Agartala (Agencies):
In a major political em-
barrassment to the BJP,
a party MLA Jadab Lal
Nath was allegedly
caught on camera
watching a porno-
graphic clip in the
Tripura assembly. A
video has gone viral on
social media where the
legislator from the Bag-
basa constituency can
be seen watching ob-
scene clips playing on
his phone when a ses-
sion to discuss issues
related to the state
budget was underway
.
Amaravati: Andhra CM YS
Jagan Mohan Reddy called
on Union Finance Minister
Nirmala Sitharaman in Delhi
on Thursday and urged her
to increase state’s credit limit
and release pending funds.
He appealed to her to enhance
credit limit of Rs 17,923 crore
which was reduced from Rs
42,472 crore in 2021-22 for
no fault of the state govt.
Tripura BJP MLA
watches porn on
mobile in House
ENHANCE ANDHRA
PRADESH’S CREDIT
LIMIT: CM TO SITHA
NEP contains the vi-
sions of four great
people. Accessible ed-
ucation as propagat-
ed by Maharshi
Dayanand, combin-
ing vedic education
with modern as
propagated by Swa-
mi Shraddhanand,
Mahatma Gandhi’s
education in mother
tongue,  Lala Laj-
pat Rai’s principle of
education for all are
at the core of NEP.
—Amit Shah,
Union Home Minister
COURTESY MEET!
Prime Minister Narendra Modi meets with the team associated with 2023 Oscar Award-
winning documentary short film ‘The Elephant Whisperers’, in New Delhi on Thursday. 
—PHOTO BY ANI
New Delhi: The Supreme Court has directed the Registrar
General of the Jammu and Kashmir High Court to file its
response to a plea which alleged
that relatives of former judges and
staff were favoured in the appoint-
ments in judicial institutions and
courts in the Union territory. A
bench headed by Chief Justice D
Y Chandrachud initially suggested to a counsel, representing
petitioner NGO ‘Jammu and Kashmir People’s Forum, that it
should approach the high court with the plea.
New Delhi: A Delhi court has extended the interim bail grant-
ed to liquor businessman Sameer Mahendru on medical
grounds in a money laundering
case related to alleged irregularities
in the now-scrapped Delhi excise
policy. The court granted the relief
for a week after the Enforcement
Directorate said it needed time to
reply to the application seeking extension of the bail. ED’s
Special Public Prosecutor told the court that the agency has
emailed all medical documents of the accused to the doctors/
hospitals concerned, but some of the reports are still awaited.
SC SEEKS RESPONSE ON FAVOURITISM IN
APPOINTMENTS IN JK JUDICIAL COURTS
DELHI EXCISE ‘SCAM’: INTERIM BAIL OF
LIQUOR BIZMAN MAHENDRU EXTENDED
IN THE COURTYARD
NO RELIEF FOR BUS
DRIVER ACCUSED OF
MOLESTING MINORS
CHARGES FRAMED
AGAINST 3 IN 2017
ROAD RAGE CASE
New Delhi: The Delhi
High Court has upheld
a five-year jail term to
a school bus driver
for sexually assaulting
two minor students in
2014. The accused had
challenged a 2020 trial
court decision holding
him guilty of section 354A
(sexual harassment) IPC
and section 10 of POCSO
Act on grounds that there
were contradictions in
the prosecution case and
both the victims could not
give the exact date and
narration of the event.
New Delhi: A local court
recently framed charges
against three persons
for beating a person and
injuring him grievously
in a road rage case of
December 2017 near Tilak
Nagar Flyover. However,
the court discharged
the accused persons of
the charge of attempt to
culpable homicide not
amounting to murder. Ad-
ditional Sessions Judge
(ASJ) Hem Raj framed
charges against Mandeep
Singh alias Raja, Ashmeet
Singh and Tarun Sharma.
Union Law and Justice Minister Kiren Rijiju.  —FILE PHOTO
YS Jagan Mohan Reddy with Amit Shah in New Delhi on Thursday.
BS Yediyurappa (R) with Karnataka CM Bommai.  —FILE PHOTO
Israeli Knesset’s (parliament)
speaker Amir Ohana.
Nitish Kumar
INDIA
JAIPUR | FRIDAY, MARCH 31, 2023
06
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New Delhi (PTI): The
never-ending specula-
tions about Mahendra
Singh Dhoni’s impend-
ing ‘last dance’, Virat
Kohli’s endless pursuit
of an elusive silver-
ware and Rohit Shar-
ma’s customary non-
chalance are things
that make the IPL start-
ing Friday a heady
cocktail of cricket and
entertainment.
Megastars Dhoni,
Kohli and Rohit have
been the IPL’s driving
force in the past 15 sea-
sons, getting the crick-
et crazy Indian fans
hooked on the event
for nearly two months
every year.
As it enters the 16th
season, innovations in-
troduced in the form of
potential game changer
like the ‘Impact Player’
rule, DRS on wides and
waist-high no balls, and
two broadcasting giants
locked in an ugly war of
‘TV vs Digital’ act as in-
gredients garnishing
the mouth-watering
dish, which will be de-
voured by millions for
more than 50 days.
However, the product
will remain the driving
force and players the
main stakeholders, as
the likes of Dhoni, Koh-
li and Rohit set the nar-
ratives for their respec-
tive franchises with
amazing fan bases.
Nearing 42, Dhoni has
defied the law of dimin-
ishing returns when it
comes to his manic fol-
lowing among CSK fans,
who thronged the Chep-
auk to see their ‘Thala’
hit towering sixes at his
spiritual home.
Dhoni’s CSK, Rohit’s MI remain main contenders
IPL TURNS ‘SWEET 16’
New Delhi (ANI):
Prime Minister Naren-
dra Modi on Thursday
wished people on the oc-
casion of Ram Navami
and said that the life of
Lord Ram will remain
an inspiration for hu-
manity in every era.
Taking to Twitter,
PM Modi said, “Many
best wishes to all the
countrymen on the aus-
picious occasion of
Ram Navami.”
He also added that
the life of Maryada Pu-
rushottam Lord Ram-
chandra, based on sac-
rifice, austerity, re-
straint and determina-
tion, will remain the
inspiration for human-
ity in every era.
Ram Navami is a Hin-
du festival that is cele-
bratedinordertohonour
the birth of Lord Vish-
nu’s incarnation, Lord
Rama. This day marks
the end of the nine-day
Chaitra-Navratri cele-
brations, which are cele-
brated in the Hindu
month of Chaitra which
fallsonthecuspof spring
and summer.
Life of Lord Ram an inspiration for humanity in every era: PM Modi
Chandigarh (PTI):
The Punjab govern-
ment has informed the
Akal Takht that 348 of
the 360 people taken
into preventive custody
during a police crack-
down against radical
preacher Amritpal Sin-
gh have now been freed.
The Akal Takht
Jathedar’s personal sec-
retary Jaspal Singh on
Thursday said a mes-
sage was received from
the state government
that the rest would also
be released soon.
Earlier this
week, Akal Takht Jathe-
dar Giani Harpreet
Singh had given an ulti-
matum to the state gov-
ernment to release all
Sikh youths held dur-
ing the police crack-
down against Amritpal
Singh and his aides.
The Jathedar had
also condemned the
state government for
invoking the National
Security Act against a
few people during the
police crackdown.
A few days prior to
the Jathedar’s ultima-
tum, the Punjab Police
had said that out of
those detained, nearly
30 were hardcore crimi-
nals. The rest would be
released after verifica-
tion, a senior police of-
ficial had said.
Meanwhile, the Pun-
jab police have stepped
up security in and
around Amritsar and
Bathinda amid reports
that Amritpal Singh
may surrender after
entering any of the
two Sikh shrines – the
Golden Temple in Am-
ritsar or the Takht Sri
Damdama Sahib in
Bathinda.
Vehicles are being
checked at several plac-
es in other districts, in-
cluding Hoshiarpur, in
search of the head of
‘Waris Punjab De’.
Amritpal, who has
been on the run since
March 18 when the po-
lice crackdown was
launched, appeared in a
video on Wednesday
.
In the undated clip,
he urged the Akal Takht
to summon a “sarbat
khalsa” – a congrega-
tion of Sikhs to discuss
issues concerning the
community
.
348 held during Amritpal
crackdown freed: Govt
Akal Takht Jathedar had given an ultimatum to the Punjab govt
Punjab Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann and Akal Takht Jathedar Harpreet Singh. —FILE PHOTO
Kolkata: Several vehi-
cles were set on fire after
two groups clashed in
West Bengal’s Howrah
amid Ram Navami cele-
brations on Thursday
.
The violence broke out
soonafteraRamNavami
procession crossed the
area. Visuals showed
severalvehiclesengulfed
in flames and heavy po-
lice deployment - includ-
ing riot control force - in
the area. A police van
and a car with their
glasses smashed were
also seen in the videos
from the spot.
CM Mamata Banerjee
assured strict action
against the perpetra-
tors of the violence in
Howrah’s Shibpur and
asserted that usage of
unauthorised route led
to the clash. “They have
been hiring goons from
outside the state to or-
chestrate communal ri-
ots. Nobody has stopped
their processions but
they do not have the
right to march with
swords and bulldozers,”
said Mamata Banerjee.
Vehicles burnt, cops on
alert in WB’s Howrah
New Delhi: As many as
1000 cities are targeted
to become 3-Star Gar-
bage Free by October
2024” said Union Minis-
ter for Housing and Ur-
ban Affairs Hardeep
Singh Puri on the occa-
sion of International
Zero Waste Day 2023 in
New Delhi on Thursday
.
Highlighting the pro-
gress in the GFC-Star
rating, launched in Jan-
uary 2018 to encourage
a competitive, mission-
mode spirit among
ULBs, he further said
that the certification
has increased exponen-
tially sinceinception.
Puri said that urban
India has become Open
Defecation Free (ODF),
with all 4,715 Urban Lo-
cal Bodies (ULBs) com-
pletely ODF, 3,547 ULBs
are ODF+ with func-
tional and hygienic
community and public
toilets and 1,191 ULBs
are ODF++ with com-
plete faecal sludge man-
agement. Further,
waste processing in In-
dia has gone up by over
four times from 17% in
2014 to 75% today
.
SWACHHOTSAV 2023
1000 cities to be
3-star garbage free
by Oct 2024: Puri
PM MODI TO ATTEND COMBINED
COMMANDERS’ MEET IN BHOPAL
New Delhi: PM Narendra Modi will attend the Com-
bined Commanders’ Conference-2023 in Bhopal on
April 1, said an official press release on Thursday.
The PMO statement said, “At around 10 AM, Prime
Minister will attend the Combined Commanders’
Conference-2023 at the Kushabhau Thakre Hall
in Bhopal. Thereafter, at around 3:15 PM, Prime
Minister will flag off the Vande Bharat Express train
between Bhopal and New Delhi at Rani Kamlapati
Railway Station, Bhopal.” The three-day conference
of Military Commanders will be held from 30th
March to 1st April 2023 on the theme ‘Ready, Re-
surgent, Relevant’. During the Conference, deliber-
ations will be held over a varied spectrum of issues
pertaining to national security, including jointness
and theaterisation in the Armed Forces.
A priest performs ritual on the occasion of Ram Navami at Sree Seeta Rama temple, at Nampally, in
Hyderabad on Thursday. —PHOTO BY ANI
ALL EYES ON OLD GRAPEVINE DHONI
Total 5 ‘Khalistanis’ held since
Jan for violence in Australia
Melbourne: Three
men were arrested in
connection with vio-
lent brawls that broke
out between pro-Khal-
istani supporters and
Indian demonstrators
in late January in Mel-
bourne, Australian
state Victoria’s police
said on Thursday
. The
arrests were made by
the Melbourne East
Neighbourhood Polic-
ing Team “in relation
to an alleged affray” at
the Federation Square
on January 29, Victo-
ria Police said in a
statement. With the
latest arrests, police
have so far rounded up
five suspects in con-
nection with the inci-
dent. “Police were in
attendance at a Khal-
istan Referendum
event at Federation
Square on 29 January
when it’s alleged two
fightsbrokeout,oneat
about 12.45pm and the
otheratabout4.30pm,”
it stated. Police said
that the investigation
remains ongoing and
they are making en-
quiries to identify and
apprehend any fur-
ther alleged offenders
from the day
.
According to Victo-
ria Police during the
fight it is alleged flag
poles “were used by
several men as weap-
ons which caused
physical injuries to
multiple victims.”
Pro-Khalistani supporters had indulged in violence against
the Indian demonstrators in Melbourne on January 29.
Union Minister Hardeep Singh
Puri at the event on Thursday.
The police personnel at the area where clashes broke out.
Noida: A fire broke out in a moving car on Noida-Greater
Noida Expressway and its driver and passenger had to jump
out of the vehicle to save them-
selves, police said on Thursday.
The incident occurred on Wednes-
day night. The fire engulfed the
vehicle within a matter of minutes,
leaving it completely gutted. Eye-
witnesses told the fire department,
after which fire brigade vehicles
reached the spot and extinguished
the blaze. The burnt car was
moved to the roadside. The fire
officials said that traffic slowed
down for some time after the incident and barricades were
put up to allow other vehicles to pass safely.
CAR CATCHES FIRE ON NOIDA EXPRESSWAY,
OCCUPANTS JUMP OUT TO SAVE THEMSELVES
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MAN ARRESTED FOR
IMPERSONATING AS
JOURNALIST IN DELHI
ALCOHOLIC MAN
SLAUGHTERS WIFE 
DAUGHTER WITH AXE
VANDE BHARAT TRIAL
BETWEEN CHENNAI 
COIMBATORE HELD
MAMATA RESPONSIBLE
FOR VIOLENCE: BJP
NOIDA: FIRE AT ADANI
GROUP’S IN PROCESS
DATA CENTRE
New Delhi: Delhi Police
has arrested a 52-year-
old man impersonating
as a journalist and
extorting money from
businessmen by threat-
ening them to defame
by posting fake news
against them, police
said adding that his son
has also been arrested.
Hyderabad: An alcoholic
man murdered his wife
and daughter in Tel-
angana’s Jayashankar
Bhupalapally district.
The incident occurred in
Bhupalapally municipality
limits on Wednesday night.
According to police, the
accused killed his wife and
daughter with an axe after
an argument.
Coimbatore: The Vande
Bharat Express, which was
on a trial run from Chennai
to Coimbatore, reached
here 22 minutes ahead
of its scheduled time of
11.40 AM on Thursday,
officials said. The train left
Chennai at 5.40 AM and
reached Coimbatore at
11.18 AM, in record five
hours and 38 minutes.
The BJP attacked Banerjee for
the violence. “As Bengal’s CM
and home minister, Mamata
Banerjee is directly responsi-
ble for violence. When over
10,000 processions were tak-
en out, she was on a Dharna.
When she should have looked
after police management, she
was doing politics,” BJP said.
Noida: A fire broke out at
the under-construction
data centre building of
Adani Group located in
Noida Sector 62, which
was later brought under
control. The fire broke
out on Wednesday night.
According to the fire
department, no casual-
ties were reported in the
incident, officials said.
CBI raids to
bust doctors
and middlemen
nexus in Delhi
New Delhi: The CBI
raidedlocationsinDelhi
on Wednesday evening
to expose a corruption
case involving Safdur-
jung hospital doctors
and middlemen. “After
the agency had received
complaints related to a
doctor and middlemen,
raids in Delhi were con-
ducted last evening to
expose the nexus be-
tween them. During
raids, CBI found incre-
ment documents related
to corruption. Docu-
mentshavebeenseized,”
a CBI official said. “A
few people including a
doctor from the neuro-
surgerydepartmentand
middlemen have been
apprehended by CBI,”
official said.
Narendra Modi
@narendramodi
Many best wishes to all the
countrymen on the auspicious
occasion of Ram Navami.
कारायालर नगर पररषद्, पाली
क्रमांक : प. 9 ()कृ.भू.रू / 2022-23 / 898 दिनांक : 26.03.2023
इस कारायालर में निम्न आवेदकों िे कृनि भूनम रूपान्तरण निरमों के अन्तरया्त उिके भूखण्ड के पट्टे चाहे हैं। इस संबध में नकसी वरक््त, संस्ा आनद को नकसी भी प्रकार की आपनति हो, ्तो नलनख्त प्रा्यािा-पत्र मर साक्र आपनति सूचिा पत्र के
प्रकानि्त होिे के सा्त नदवस के भी्तर अधोहस्ताक्षरकतिाया को प्रस्ततु्त करें। निधायारर्त समरावनध उपरान्त नकसी भी प्रकार की आपनति मानर िहीं होरी और आवेदक को उसके द्ारा चाहे ररे भूखण्ड का पट्ा नवलेख दे नदरा जावेरा।
क्र.
सं.
आवेिक का नाम योजना
िस्ावेज पंजीकृ्,
अपंजीकृ् व आवंटन
मय दिनांक
राजसव ग्ाम खसरा संखया
भूखण्ड
संखया
क्ेत्रफल
(वर्ग रज
में)
भूखण्ड की ससथिद्
भूखण्ड का
प्रकार
उत्तर
(N)
िदक्ण
(S)
पूव्ग
(E)
पस्चिम
(W)
1 उिाया िमाया / ओमप्रकाि मेघा हाई टटेक नसटी सवरं खा्तेदार पाली 2
584 / 1, 584 /
2, 584 / 4
231 200.00 भू. सं. 232 भू. सं. 230 अनर भूनम सड़क 30 फीट आवासीर
2 जतुरल नकिोर / भीमराज िमाया मेघा हाई टटेक नसटी सवरं खा्तेदार पाली 2 584 / 6 ए-10 166.66 सड़क 30 फीट भू. सं. ए-7 भू.सं. ए-11 भू. सं. ए-9 आवासीर
3 साररी / िा्तुराम सोसारटी िरर आवंटि 13.08.2009 पाली 1 250 जी-79 88.88 िा्तुराम का मकाि रास्ता रास्ता खाली भूनम आवासीर
4 अजरपाल नसंह / धिनसंह कृषणा िरर अपंजीकृ्त 20.11.2017 पाली 2 376 34-सी 125.28 रास्ता भू. सं. 35-सी अनर भूनम भू. सं. 34-बी आवासीर
5 प्रकाि कौर / अमिदीप नसंह लेक नसटी पंजीकृ्त 19.12.2022 पाली 1 213 123 133.33 अनर भूनम भू. सं. 124 सड़क 25 फीट भू. सं. 170 आवासीर
6 भर्त कुमार / िेमाराम श्ी हितुमाि िरर पंजीकृ्त 20.02.2023 पाली 2 394 77 125.00 भू. सं. 76 भू. सं. 78 भू. सं. 118 सड़क 25 फीट आवासीर
7 कंचिदेवी / राजतुनररी जैि िरर पंजीकृ्त 19.12.2022 पाली 2 616 54 138.88 सड़क 25 फीट अनर भूनम भू. सं. 55 भू. सं. 53 आवासीर
8 कलपेि कुमार / नकिोर कुमार क्डटेल नविारक रा्ड्डि पंजीकृ्त 10.08.2021 पाली 2 1500 29 का भार 66.66 भू. सं. 29 का भार भू. सं. 28 भू. सं. 30 सड़क 30 फीट आवासीर
9
कलपेि, दीपक कुमार / नकिोर कुमार
क्डटेल
नविारक रा्ड्डि पंजीकृ्त 10.08.2021 पाली 2 1500 32 का भार 266.61 अनर भूनम
भू. सं. 32 का
भार
भू. सं. 31 सड़क 30 फीट आवासीर
10 दीपक कुमार / नकिोर कुमार क्डटेल नविारक रा्ड्डि पंजीकृ्त 10.08.2021 पाली 2 1500
29 का
उतिरी भार
66.66
भू. सं. 32 का
दनक्षणी भार
भू. सं. 29 का
दनक्षणी भार
भू. सं. 30 सड़क 30 फीट आवासीर
11
राजेि के क्डटेल / नकिोर कुमार
क्डटेल
नविारक रा्ड्डि पंजीकृ्त 10.08.2021 पाली 2 1500
32 का
दनक्षणी भार
66.66
भू. सं. 32 का उतिरी
भार
भू. सं. 29 का
उतिरी भार
भू. सं. 31 सड़क 30 फीट आवासीर
12 नवकास मण्डोल / अिोक कुमार मेघा हाई टटेक नसटी सवरं खा्तेदार पाली 2
584 / 1, 584 /
2, 584 / 4
114 166.66 भू. सं. 113 भू. सं. 115 भू. सं. 131 सड़क 30 फीट आवासीर
13 ओम प्रकाि / भीमराज िमाया मेघा हाई टटेक नसटी सवरं खा्तेदार पाली 2 584 / 6 ए-57 138.88 भू. सं. ए-56 भू. सं. ए-58 सड़क 30 फीट भू. सं. ए-66 आवासीर
14 जतुरल नकिोर / भीमराज िमाया मेघा हाई टटेक नसटी सवरं खा्तेदार पाली 2
584 / 1, 584 /
2, 584 / 4
54 111.11 भू. सं. 55 सड़क 40 फीट सड़क 30 फीट भू. सं. 53 आवासीर
15 जतुरल नकिोर / भीमराज िमाया मेघा हाई टटेक नसटी सवरं खा्तेदार पाली 2 584 / 6 ए-9 166.66 सड़क 30 फीट भू. सं. ए-8 भू. सं. ए-10 सड़क 30 फीट आवासीर
16 नकिोर कुमार / बंिीलाल श्ी रणेि िरर पंजीकृ्त 22.10.2008 पाली 1 1214 10 66.66 सड़क 25 फीट अनर भूनम भू. सं. 10 का भार भू. सं. 09 आवासीर
17 कमलीदेवी / पारसराम मेघा टाउि पंजीकृ्त 04.01.2021 पतुिार्ता 278 262 111.11 भू. सं. 261 भू. सं. 263 सड़क 30 फीट भू.़ सं. 275 आवासीर
18 सतरिारारण राकांव्त / पोकरदास जैि िरर अपंजीकृ्त 17.01.2007 पाली 2 616 139 166.66 भू. सं. 122 भू. सं. 140 अनर भूनम सड़क 25 फीट आवासीर
19 सतरिारारण राकांव्त / पोकरदास जैि िरर अपंजीकृ्त 19.03.2007 पाली 2 616 112 138.88 सड़क 30 फीट अनर खसरा भूनम भू. सं. 129 भू. सं. 111 आवासीर
20 सतरिारारण राकांव्त / पोकरदास जैि िरर अपंजीकृ्त 19.03.2007 पाली 2 616 129 138.88 सड़क 30 फीट अनर खसरा भूनम भू. सं. 130 भू. सं. 112 आवासीर
21 सतरिारारण राकांव्त / पोकरदास जैि िरर अपंजीकृ्त 05.08.2006 पाली 2 616 34 138.88 भू. सं. 33 भू. सं. 35 सड़क 30 फीट अनर भूनम आवासीर
22 सतरिारारण राकांव्त / पोकरदास जैि िरर अपंजीकृ्त 29़.09.2007 पाली 2 616 33 138.88 भू. सं. 32 भू. सं. 34 सड़क 30 फीट अनर भूनम आवासीर
23 मो. साकीर / अ. रहमाि
ररीब िवाज
कॉलोिी
अपंजीकृ्त 03.10.1981 पाली 1 967 113 111.11 सड़क 20 फीट साबीर का मकाि मोइितुदीि का मकाि ितुर मो. का मकाि आवासीर
24 जतुकलफकार अली / जाफर अली नरू िासत्री िरर पंजीकृ्त 13.02.2023 पाली 1 914 113 111.11 सड़क 20 फीट भू. सं. 104 सड़क 20 फीट भू. सं. 112 आवासीर
25 िबिम बािो / िाहबतुदीि
ररीब िवाज
कॉलोिी
अपंजीकृ्त 19.06.2010 पाली 1 967 89 का भार 55.55 सड़क 20 फीट सड़क 20 फीट
मो. सलीम का
मकाि
मतुस्ताक अहमद
का मकाि
आवासीर
26 छोटु खां / रिी
ररीब िवाज
कॉलोिी
अपंजीकृ्त 24.03.1989 पाली 1 967 142 111.11 इकबाल का मकाि सड़क 20 फीट इमराि का मकाि सौक्त का मकाि आवासीर
27 ईसमाईल / इसलामतुदीि आिापतुरा िरर पंजीकृ्त 30.11.2022 पाली 1 915, 916 71 का भार 66.66 भू. सं. 71 का भार
रतुफराि का
मकाि
मो. रासीि का मकाि सड़क 20 फीट आवासीर
28 सीमा / बरक्त अली कादरी से्टर पंजीकृ्त 04.02.2022 पाली 1 1288 13 88.88 अनर भूनम सड़क 30 फीट भू. सं. 14 भू. सं. 12 आवासीर
29 समीम बािो / नसकनदर खाि
ररीब िवाज
कॉलोिी
पंजीकृ्त 18.03.2014 पाली 1 967 95 66.66 ररराज का मकाि सड़क 20 फीट
बरक्त भाई का
मकाि
भू. सं. 96 आवासीर
30 स्तीबाई / आसािदास रज्त िरर पंजीकृ्त 25.08.2022 पाली 1 847 206 111.11 भू. सं. 211 सड़क 25 फीट भू. सं. 207 भू. सं. 205 आवासीर
31 ितुर बािो / सरदार अली
मौलािा आजाद
िरर
पंजीकृ्त 23.03.2021 मािपतुरा 23 82 111.11 भू. सं. 89 भू. सं. 87 सड़क 30 फीट भू. सं. 83 आवासीर
32 सवाईनसंह / पृथवीनसंह चारभतुजा नवहार पंजीकृ्त 28.11.2022 पाली 1 1295 03 105.50 भू. सं. 01 व 02 भू. सं. 04
लेखूमलंनसंधी की
भूनम
सड़क 30 फीट आवासीर
33 आमीि खाि / चांद मो. िाही बार नव. पंजीकृ्त 02.08.2022 पाली 1 1289 / 1 14-ए 66.66 भू. सं. 13
भू. सं. 14 का
भार
सड़क 30 फीट अनर भूनम आवासीर
34 उदीबाई / मोटाराम मेघवाल सोसारटी िरर आवंटि 31.03.1997 पाली 1 250 213 66.66 दलाराम का मकाि िंकुर का मकाि सड़क 23 फीट िंकुर का मकाि आवासीर
35 रारत्री / ितुभदराल सोमिा् िरर नव. पंजीकृ्त 17.02.2023 पाली 2 310 16 111.11 सड़क 20 फीट भू. सं. 12 भू. सं. 17 भू. सं. 15 आवासीर
36 महावीर / देवीचनद कटारररा सोमिा् िरर नव. पंजीकृ्त 14.03.2023 पाली 2 310 05 118.75 भू. सं. 06 भू. सं. 04 भू. सं. 03 व 07 सड़क 20 फीट आवासीर
37 महावीर / देवीचनद कटारररा सोमिा् िरर नव. पंजीकृ्त 14.03.2023 पाली 2 310 18 111.11 सड़क 20 फीट भू. सं. 10 अनर भूनम भू. सं. 17 आवासीर
38 महावीर / देवीचनद कटारररा सोमिा् िरर नव. पंजीकृ्त 14.03.2023 पाली 2 310 02 107.29 भू. सं. 08 सड़क 15 फीट भू. सं. 01 भू. सं. 03 आवासीर
39 महावीर / देवीचनद कटारररा सोमिा् िरर नव. पंजीकृ्त 14.03.2023 पाली 2 310 01 98.61 भू. सं. 09 सड़क 15 फीट अनर भूनम भू. सं. 02 आवासीर
40 रेखा िमाया / नज्तेनद्र िमाया
मरूधर नकसाि
केसरी िरर
पंजीकृ्त 06.01.2023 पाली 1 186 / 1 97 व 98 111.11
भू. सं. 97 व 98
का भार
सड़क 20 फीट भू.सं. 96 सड़क 20 फीट आवासीर
41 आकांिा िमाया / राजेनद्र िमाया
मरूधर नकसाि
केसरी िरर
पंजीकृ्त 06.01.2023 पाली 1 186 / 1 97 व 98 111.11
भू. सं. 99 व 100
का भार
भू. सं. 97 व 98 भू.सं. 96 सड़क 20 फीट आवासीर
42 प्रकािचनद / शराम सतुनदर जोिी श्ी कृषणा िरर पंजीकृ्त 20.02.2020 पाली 1 223 2-ए 138.88 भू. सं. 3-ए भू.़ सं. 2-ए भू. सं. 245ं सड़क 25 फीट आवासीर
43 देवद्त / शराम सतुनदर जोिी श्ी कृषणा िरर पंजीकृ्त 20.02.2020 पाली 1 223 243 138.88 अनर भूनम भू.़ सं. 244 भू. सं. 4-ए सड़क 25 फीट आवासीर
44 पदमराज राव / प्रहलादमल राव शराम िरर आवंटि 04.07.2009 पाली 1 250 293 46.66 भू. सं. 350 सड़क 30 फीट सड़क 18 फीट भू. सं. 292 आवासीर
45 धममी / रूपाराम बंजारा शराम िरर आवंटि 20.09.1986 पाली 1 250 91 188.88 बंिीलाल का मकाि
कैलाि खटीक
का मकाि
िा्तुराम का मकाि सड़क आवासीर
46 अमृ्त कंवर / राघवेनद्र नसंह आिापूणाया टाउिनिप पंजीकृ्त 14.10.2021 पाली 1 781 05 400.00
सड़क 48 फीट
6 इंच
सड़क 30 फीट भू. सं. 07 सड़क 09 फीट आवासीर
47 नवमला रौ्ड / रोनवनद नसंह जरदमबा िरर अपंजीकृ्त 17.12.2012 पाली 2 362 398 133.33 भू. सं. 397 भू. सं. 399 सड़क 30 फीट भू. सं. 367 आवासीर
48 हाजरी बािो / इंसाफ अली निव िरर पंजीकृ्त 24.11.2022 पाली 1 967 / 2 153 111.11 भू. सं. 154 भू. सं. 152 सड़क 15 फीट
जानकर भाई
का मकाि
आवासीर
49 नवद्ा देवी / भैराराम नरू िक््त िरर अपंजीकृ्त 08.03.2017 पाली 2 661, 662, 663 278 111.11 भू. सं. 273 सड़क 20 फीट भू. सं. 279 भू. सं. 277 आवासीर
50 नकिोर कुमार / रोपाराम नरू िक््त िरर अपंजीकृ्त 03.05.2009 पाली 2 661, 662, 663 841 111.11 सड़क 20 फीट अनर भूनम भू. सं. 840 सड़क 20 फीट आवासीर
51 बद्री नसंह / बख्तावर नसंह नरू िक््त िरर अपंजीकृ्त 20.12.1993 पाली 2 661, 662, 663 124 111.11 भू. सं. 125 भू. सं. 126 भू. सं. 147 सड़क 20 फीट आवासीर
52 सतुनमत्रा देवी / लक्मण िक््त िरर अपंजीकृ्त 15.04.2009 पाली 2 661, 662, 663 264 111.11 भू. सं. 265 भू. सं. 263 सड़क 20 फीट भू. सं. 287 आवासीर
53 रर्ततु सोिी / बजरंर सोिी नरू िक््त िरर पंजीकृ्त 07.01.2022 पाली 2 661, 662, 663 376 111.11 भू. सं. 377 भू. सं. 375 सड़क 25 फीट भू.सं. 369 आवासीर
54 मतुन्ीदेवी / प्रकाि नरू िक््त िरर अपंजीकृ्त 21.10.2021 पाली 2 661, 662, 663 293 205.55 सड़क 20 फीट अनर भूनम भू. सं. 294 अनर भूनम आवासीर
55 सज्जिलाल / मोहिलाल नरू िक््त िरर अपंजीकृ्त 10.09.1993 पाली 2 661, 662, 663 52 111.11 भू. सं. 53 भू. सं. 51 सड़क 20 फीट भू.सं. 25 आवासीर
56 कंचि / कालूराम नरू िक््त िरर पंजीकृ्त 29.05.1997 पाली 2 661, 662, 663 मकाि 66.66 िा्ूराम का मकाि रास्ता रास्ता िा्ूराम का मकाि आवासीर
57 कंचि / र्तिलाल नरू िक््त िरर पंजीकृ्त 30.01.2020 पाली 2 661, 662, 663 105 111.11 सड़क 20 फीट भू. सं. 115 भू. सं. 106 भू. सं. 104 आवासीर
58 िांन्तदेवी / कनहैरा लाल नरू िक््त िरर पंजीकृ्त 17.02.2020 पाली 2 661, 662, 663 185 111.11 भू. सं. 186 भू. सं. 184 भू. सं. 168 सड़क 20 फीट आवासीर
59 जेठाराम / विाजी नरू िक््त िरर पंजीकृ्त 30.03.2016 पाली 2 661, 662, 663 821 111.11 सड़क 20 फीट भू. सं. 820 भू. सं. 822 सड़क 20 फीट आवासीर
60 रेखा / अिोक कुमार नरू िक््त िरर पंजीकृ्त 01.08.2022 पाली 2 661, 662, 663 701 106.67 भू.सं. 700 भू. सं. 702 अनर भूनम सड़क 20 फीट आवासीर
61 लीला / कािाराम नरू िक््त िरर पंजीकृ्त 12.10.2022 पाली 2 661, 662, 663 531 111.11 भू.सं. 532 सड़क 30 फीट भू. सं. 530 सड़क 27 फीट आवासीर
62 कािाराम / चेिाराम नरू िक््त िरर पंजीकृ्त 12.10.2022 पाली 2 661, 662, 663 532 111.11 भू.सं. 533 भू. सं. 531 भू. सं. 529 सड़क 25 फीट आवासीर
आयुक्
नरर पररषद् पाली
आपदत्त सूचिना
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Ex-servicemen
to gather in
Vaishali Ngr for
Job Fair today
Distribution
of prasad
resumes at
Govind Devji
Police nab three
brothers operating
a gang of thieves,
recover `37.81L
Six accused in the custody
of Barmer Police.
First India Bureau
Jaipur: Directorate
General Resettle-
ment (DGR), Depart-
ment of Ex-Service-
men Welfare, Minis-
try of Defence is or-
ganizing an Employ-
ment Seminar/Job
Fair on Friday at
Maan Palace, Gandhi
Path, Vaishali Nagar,
Jaipur to provide as-
sistance to Ex-Ser-
vicemens for Re-Em-
ployment/Resettle-
ment. The event wil
start 8 AM onwards.
The job fair is
aimed at providing
direct and instant in-
teraction between
the eligible Ex-Ser-
vicemen (Job-Seek-
ers) and Corporates/
Employers (Job pro-
viders) on common
platform. The event
is being organized in
collaboration with
Confederation of In-
dian Industry for
maximum benefit of
the Ex-Servicemens.
Dinesh Tiwari
Jaipur: The prasad
distribution at Go-
vind Devji temple,
which had stopped
during the pandem-
ic, resumed on
Thursday. Minister
Mahesh Joshi dis-
tributed prasad at
the temple. Devotees
will now be able to
regularly get prasad
at the temple.
Mukesh Mathrani
Barmer: In a recent
special operation, the
Barmer police have
busted a gang of
thieves operated by
three brothers. The
police have success-
fullyapprehendedthe
accusedandhavealso
uncovered several
theft incidents, in-
cluding a recent one
in which the accused
stole 42.65 lakhs. So
far, the police have
recovered Rs 37.81
lakhs from the ac-
cused and also seized
one pistol and four
bullets, said Digant
Anand, Barmer SP.
The accused have
been identified as He-
maram Jat, Hanu-
manram Jat, Sukh-
ram Jat, Mohanlal
Jat, Kanwraram Jat,
and Chandan Giri.
According to the po-
lice, Hemaram, Ha-
numanram, and
Sukhram, who are
real brothers, oper-
ate the gang.
Naresh Sharma
Jaipur: Chief Minister
Ashok Gehlot while
sharing his vision 2030
on Thursday said that
maximum awareness
should be spread about
the schemes of the State
Government so that no
eligible person in the
State is deprived of its
benefits.
“Today the schemes
of the State Govern-
ment are the subject of
discussion in the whole
country
. The innova-
tions made in the state
in public welfare are
unique. It is our respon-
sibility to take their ben-
efits to every needy
. Just
as the common man
went ahead and contrib-
uted in realising the
concept of no one sleeps
hungryinCovid19man-
agement, similarly, it is
our duty to ensure that
no one is deprived of the
benefitsof theschemes,”
Gehlot said and called
upon the common man
to contribute in making
Rajasthan the number
one state by 2030.
“Work is being done
keepinginmindthegoal
of prosperity of every
family of the state by
2030 so that every Ra-
jasthani can come in the
front line of the coun-
try
,” he said while ad-
dressing the beneficiary
festival organised in
JaipuronRajasthanDay
on Thursday
.
He said that along
with free education, wa-
ter, electricity
, ration,
health insurance, cheap-
er gas cylinders etc., 1
crore people are being
benefited by public wel-
fare schemes of the state
government.
“Along with this, Ra-
jasthan ranks second in
the country with an eco-
nomic growth rate of
11.04percent.Boththese
achievements have be-
come possible at the
same time because of
the public money being
spent by the state gov-
ernment in public inter-
est. 19 new districts have
been created in Ra-
jasthan, so that better
governance can be given
through smaller admin-
istrative units,” he said.
PCC Chief Govind
Singh Dotasra said that
the State Government is
working to serve the
poor considering them
as Ganesha.
The Chief Minister
also interacted with the
beneficiaries from
across the state. About 2
lakh beneficiaries from
all the districts of the
state were connected to
the event through VC.
Naresh Sharma 
Ziauddin Khan
Jaipur: After the MoU
signing between the
Rajasthan Cricket As-
sociation and Hindu-
stan Zinc Limited to
build the worlds third
largest cricket stadium
in Chonp village of
Jaipur district here on
Thursday, RCA presi-
dent Vaibhav Gehlot
highlighted the history
and achievements of
RCA. He hoped that
similar support would
be forthcoming for the
construction work of
the second phase and
also thanked the State
Government for allot-
ting 100 acres of land
for the stadium at con-
cessional rates.
The MoU was signed
by Bhawani Shankar
Samota, Honorary Sec-
retary, Rajasthan
Cricket Association
and Arun Misra, CEO
Hindustan Zinc in the
presence of Dr CP
Joshi, Speaker, Ra-
jasthan Vidhan Sabha
and Chief Patron,
RCA, Priya Agarwal
Hebbar, Chairperson,
Hindustan Zinc and
Non-Executive Direc-
tor, Vedanta Ltd. and
Vaibhav Gehlot, Presi-
dent, Rajasthan Crick-
et Association.
Dr CP Joshi ex-
pressed happiness at
the generous offer from
HZL and signing of the
MoU. “This will accom-
plish the long felt
dream of construction
of a modern Interna-
tional Cricket Stadium
at Jaipur. The stadium
will develop the talent
of new players,” he
said while thanking
Anil Agarwal and Pri-
ya Agarwal Hebbar for
their support and MOU
for 1st Phase of Stadi-
um. He hoped the 2nd
Phase of the stadium
would also be support-
ed by Vedanta.
Change is a part of life. The
man who adapts to change
and embraces it, will make
a success of his life.
—Dr Jagdeesh Chandra,
CEO  Editor-in-Chief, First India
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Vaibhav hails Govt for allotting land at cheaper rates
MOU INKED FOR CHONP CRICKET STADIUM
Promoted by
FS Township LLP
CMSHARES‘VISION2030’ONRAJDAY
lCalls for spreading maximum awareness
about schemes of the State Government
lInteracts virtually with over 2L people of the
State during the Beneficiary Festival
Stadium will develop
talent of new players,
says Assembly
Speaker Dr CP Joshi
First India Bureau
Jaipur: A delegation
from Shahpura in
Bhilwara on Thursday
reached the Chief Min-
ister’s residence and
thanked the Chief Min-
ister for the announce-
ment of making Shah-
pura a district. The
Chief Minister congrat-
ulated the people from
the region for the for-
mation of a new district
and said that after the
formation of the dis-
trict, opening of new
offices will facilitate the
common man.
“Every section of
people are getting ben-
efitted by the schemes
of the state govern-
ment. In the field of
health, the Chief Min-
ister Chiranjeevi
Health Insurance
Scheme is a topic of
discussion in the whole
country. With this
scheme, the common
man has got freedom
from the worry of ex-
pensive treatment. Un-
der this, treatment up
to Rs 25 lakh is being
provided free of cost to
the people of the state,”
Gehlot said.
“In order to give re-
lief to the common peo-
ple in the state from in-
flation, the state govern-
ment has made a provi-
sion to give gas cylin-
ders to 76 lakh families
injustRs.500,”theChief
Minister added.
Aishwary Pradhan
Jaipur: The BJP high
command is likely to
decide soon on appoint-
ing the Leader of the
Opposition, Deputy
Leader of the Opposi-
tion and Chief Whip in
Rajasthan.
The month of April is
considered crucial for
these appointments and
a decision on these
three posts is very
much likely to be taken
in the coming days. Al-
though, Dalit leader
Jogeshwar Garg is al-
ready the Chief Whip.
Sourcesinformedthat
the party will try to bal-
ance caste equations in
the upcoming appoint-
ments in the party or-
ganisation. It is believed
that Deputy Leader of
Opposition Rajendra
Rathore may be appoint-
ed leader of the opposi-
tion in the state assem-
bly
. Similarly
, former
State BJP President Sat-
ish Poonia may also be
given an important post
intheorganisation.Mal-
pura MLA Kanhaiyalal
Chaudhary
, BJP leader
Anita Bhadel, Kalich-
aranSaraf andPushpen-
dra Bali may also figure
in the list of appointees.
First India Bureau
Jaipur: BJP state core
committee meeting
will be held on April 2
to discuss various or-
ganisational and politi-
cal issues.
BJP state president
CPJoshi,statein-charge
Arun Singh, Co-in-
charge Vijaya Rahatkar,
Deputy Leader of Oppo-
sitionRajendraRathore,
Union Ministers Bhu-
pendra Yadav, Arjun
RamMeghwal,GSShek-
hawat, ex-CM Vasund-
hara Raje, senior lead-
ers Om Mathur and
Alka Gurjar will be pre-
sentduringthemeeting.
Discussions on issues
related to organisation
and regarding strategy
to corner the state gov-
ernment will be held in
the meeting. Joshi will
reach Jaipur by late
night tomorrow and will
stay in Jaipur for 3 days.
First India Bureau
Jaipur: March 31 will
be the last date for ap-
plication in 27 residen-
tial and one commer-
cial scheme of the Ra-
jasthan Housing Board
being brought forward
in 17 cities of the State.
People can apply till
thelastdateforschemes
related to more than
4500 houses and 132
showrooms.
Notably
,theindepend-
ent housing scheme has
come in Jaipur after a
long time and a large
numberof peopleareap-
plying in these schemes
which were launched by
UDH minister Shanti
Dhariwal on March 1.
First India Bureau
Jaipur: For effective
implementation of the
Right to Information
(RTI) Act, a bench of
the Information Com-
mission will now be es-
tablished in Jodhpur.
Chief Minister Ashok
Gehlot has approved
the proposal for estab-
lishment of the bench.
He has also approved
12 new posts and neces-
sary financial provision
for the operation of the
office. In these new
posts, one post is that of
Information Commis-
sioner, whose appoint-
ment will be done as
per the rules. Apart
from this, one post each
of Personal Assistant,
Reader, Information
Assistant, 2 posts of
Senior Assistant and 3
each of Junior Assis-
tant and Class IV em-
ployees are included.
Abhishek Shrivastava
Jaipur: Although the
duration of Prashasan
Shehron ke Sang cam-
paign was until March
31, the government has
decided to extend the
campaign by six
months to issue more
leases to people.
During this period, a
target of issuing 10 lakh
leases was set. But ac-
cording to data until
March 28, local bodies
issued only 6 lakh 91
thousand 779 leases. The
Departmentof Self-Gov-
ernment recently con-
ducted a comprehensive
survey and it came to
light that there are
about eight lakh fami-
lies across the state who
have not yet received
leases of their plots.
Division-wise review
meetings will be
chaired by UDH Minis-
ter Shanti Dhariwal.
Shubham Jain
Pushkar: Congress in-
charge for Rajasthan
Sukhjinder Singh
Randhawa on Thursday
said that the character
and face of the Bharati-
ya Janata Party has
been exposed in front of
the public that there is
a difference between
their words and actions.
Randhawa,whiletalk-
ing to reporters in Push-
kar, said that the dis-
qualification of Rahul
Gandhi from Lok Sabha
is a conspiracy hatched
by the BJP. He said that
theCentralGovernment
has taken this step be-
cause of the questions
raised by Rahul Gandhi
on the Adani issue.
He said that Rahul
Gandhi is the son of a
martyr and he is stand-
ing with the people
against injustice, which
is not being liked by the
BJP and the Central
Government.
Jaipur: Chief Minister Ashok
Gehlot will be addressing
Congress workers in Bharat-
pur and Ajmer districts on Fri-
day. He is scheduled to depart
from Jaipur at 10 am and take
a meeting of Congress work-
ers in the Bharatpur division
at 11 am. He will reach Ajmer
at 2:45 pm to address party
workers at Jawahar School
Stadium. Gehlot is scheduled
to reach Jaipur at 5:30 pm.
Jaipur: Sujangarh MLA Manoj Meghwal met Chief Minister
Ashok Gehlot regarding the demand of making Sujla district.
Meghwal has demanded CM Gehlot to include Sujangarh,
Ladnun, Bidasar and Ratangarh in Sujala district. The MLA
said that after the announcement of 19 districts, there is an-
ger among the people of the area, so Sujla district should be
made. He also handed over the letter of support for the de-
mand of Sujla district by Ladnun MLA Mukesh Bhakar to the
CM. During the meeting, Congress state in-charge Sukhjinder
Singh Randhawa, PCC Chief Govind Singh Dotasara, MLA
Raghu Sharma were also present.  —Tanuj Lata
Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot addresses a gathering during the Beneficiary Festival on the occasion of Rajasthan Day, at Durgapura in Jaipur on Thursday.
Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot, GS Dotasra, Kunji Lal Meena and
others during the Beneficiary Festival in Jaipur on Thursday.
Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot addresses the people from newly
formed Shahpura district, at CMR in Jaipur on Thursday.
Dr CP Joshi, Vaibhav Gehlot, Arun Misra, Priya Agarwal Hebbar, GS Sandhu and others during the
MoU signing ceremony in Jaipur on Thursday.  —PHOTO BY SANTOSH SHARMA
Sukhjinder Singh Randhawa, Dharmendra Rathore and others
offer prayers at Brahma Temple.  —PHOTO BY ANAND SHARMA
Raj Information
Commission
bench in Jodhpur
gets CM approval
Target not met,
Govt extends
PSKS campaign
by six months
Rahul disqualified for
questioning Centre on
Adani issue: Randhawa
CM ADDRESS IN B’PUR
AND AJMER TODAY
It is the biggest cricket playing field in the world, is one
of the world’s biggest Cricket stadiums with a seating
capacity of 75,000. (2nd largest in India and 3rd largest
in the world), spread over 100 acres (4,04,685 sqm)
biggest playing area and is well connected via Delhi-
Jaipur Express Highway. The stadium facilities will be
spread across 100 acres and have a seating capacity of
over 75,000. In terms of the size of the playing field area
this stadium would be the largest in the world.
HIGHLIGHTS OF THE NEW STADIUM
Shahpura delegation thanks CM
Gehlot post district formation
Come April, filling of
Oppn leader, Dy LoP,
Chief Whip posts likely
Application window for
various RHB schemes
in 17 cities closes today
MLA MANOJ MEGHWAL MEETS CM DEMANDING
SUJLA DISTRICT, SUBMITS SUPPORT LETTER
BJP state core
panel to discuss
strategy against
Govt on April 2
JP Nadda@JPNadda
Hearty greetings to all the
residents of Rajasthan on
the occasion of ‘Rajasthan
Day’, the holy land of
bravery, art and culture. On
this occasion, I wish for the
protection, promotion and
prosperity of the people of
this supernatural culture.
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JAIPUR | FRIDAY,
MARCH 31, 2023
THE PERFECT STYLE
City First highlights the mindboggling
collection of designer Hardik Patel
showcased at the Jaipur Couture Show, held
at The Palace from March 13 to March 15!
he three-day
Jaipur Couture
Show, presented
by First India
and Bharat24-
Vision of New
India was or-
ganised at The Palace
on Ajmer Highway from
March 13 to March 15.
Jagdeesh Chandra
graced the occasion as
the chief guest and ap-
preciated the designer,
Hardik Patel for his ex-
quisite collection de-
signed under the brand
Neelja. Neelja present-
ed the very rare Dhabu
print and Ajrakh col-
lection with modern-
ized design with an aim
of promoting the arti-
sanal heritage to the
next generation of
youth.Neelja is a well-
renowned brand based
in Akola, Chittorgarh,
Rajasthan. The brand
is powered by Crafti-
fly Producer Com-
pany Limited and
sponsored by the De-
velopment Commis-
sioner of Handicrafts.
The brand specialises
in Indigo Dabu Print-
ing and Block Printing
techniques. It is also
known for creating cre-
ative handcrafted ap-
parel and home décor
items. The skilled arti-
sans at Neelja create
exquisite handmade
designs using tradi-
tional printing tech-
niques. Neelja’s cloth-
ing line showcased sa-
rees, kurtas, dresses
and jackets all crafted
with utmost care. Neel-
ja’s products are cher-
ished by customers
worldwide for their
beauty, durability and
unmatched quality
.
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  • 1. SALMAN KHAN’S 2019 JOURNALIST ‘ASSAULT CASE’ QUASHED BY HC Mumbai: Bombay HC on Thursday quashed complaint filed against Salman Khan by a journalist in 2019 accusing the actor and his bodyguard Nawaz Shaikh of snatching his phone. Ashok Pandey, had alleged actor indulged in assault, misconduct. WILL TAKE RAHUL GANDHI TO COURT IN THE UK: EX-IPL BOSS LALIT MODI London: Former IPL chief Lalit Modi, accused of financial irregularities in India, launched a scathing attack on Rahul Gandhi on Thursday and threatened to take the senior Congress leader to court in the UK over his ‘Modi surname’ remark. 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 & MUMBAI BSE SENSEX 57,960.09 346.37 | NSE NIFTY 17,080.70 129.00 JAIPUR l FRIDAY, MARCH 31, 2023 l Pages 12 l 3.00 l RNI NO. RAJENG/2019/77764 l Vol 4 l Issue No. 292 PM Narendra Modi makes a surprise visit to the new Parliament building, in New Delhi on Thursday. Sources say PM spent more than an hour at the site and inspected various works. He was accompanied by Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla. The new building is in its final stages & likely to be inaugurated soon. MODI’S SURPRISE VISIT! Riot control police in WB after clash, Didi assures action First India Bureau Howarh: Several vehi- cles were set on fire af- ter two groups clashed in WB’s Howrah amid Ram Navami celebra- tions on Thursday. The violence broke out soon after a Ram Navami procession crossed the area. CM Mamata Ba- nerjee assured strict ac- tion against perpetra- tors of violence in Shib- pur and asserted that usage of unauthorised route led to clash. P6 Next Ram Navami, Ram Lalla will be in Ram Temple: Shah First India Bureau Haridwar: Union home minister Amit Shah said on Thursday, when the entire country cele- brated Ram Navami, that he is confident that by the next year, Ram Lalla (Lord Ram) will no longer be celebrated in a temporary tent, but rather from the Ram Temple, which is cur- rently under construc- tion in UP’s Ayodhya. He made this state- ment while inaugurat- ing Patanjali University at Uttarakhand’s Harid- war. Earlier in the day, in his address to 113th convocation of the Gu- rukula Kangri here Shah praised the cen- tral govt’s New Educa- tion Policy for empha- sising mother tongue learning and universal education based on the teachings of Mahatma Gandhi and Dayanand Saraswati. More on P5 Union Home Minister Amit Shah inaugurates Patanjali University in presence of Uttarakhand CM Pushkar Singh Dhami, Yog Guru Ramdev, Acharya Balkrishna and others, in Haridwar on Thursday. GERMANY FOLLOWS US, SAYS WATCHING RAHUL CASE CLOSELY New Delhi: Germany said on Wednesday the “standards of judicial independence, fundamental democratic principles” should apply in case of Congress leader Rahul Gandhi following his disqualification as a LS MP after his conviction. P5 FSSAI ALLOWS LABELLING CURD IN REGIONAL NAMES Chennai: The Food safety regulator FSSAI on Thursday revised its order and allowed the use of regional names in printed labels of curd packets amid political controversy in Tamil Nadu and Karnataka, official said in a statement. INDIA SEES BIGGEST SINGLE-DAY SPIKE IN COVID IN 6 MONTHS New Delhi: India saw a single-day rise of 3,016 fresh coronavirus cases, the highest in nearly six months, while the active cases increased to 13,509, according to the Union health ministry data updated on Thursday. A total of 3,375 cases were recorded on October 2 last year. READ Crucial Crucial US CANDIDATE AJAY BANGA SOLE NOMINEE TO LEAD WORLD BANK INDIA WILL UNVEIL NEW FOREIGN TRADE POLICY ’23-28 TODAY Washington: Ajay Banga, the American pick to lead the World Bank, was the only candidate nominated for the position, the bank confirmed Thursday. ‘Our Directors will conduct a formal interview with candidate in Washington DC, and expect to conclude selection soon,” bank said. New Delhi: Last extension was given in September 2022 till March 31, 2023. India will unveil its new Foreign Trade Policy 2023- 28 today, with a view to boost exports amid slowing global trade. Commerce and Industry Minister Piyush Goyal will announce foreign trade policy, officials said. ‘UNWELL’ STEPWELL! 14 KILLED AFTER FALLING INTO WELL AS THE INDORE TEMPLE FLOOR COLLAPSES, PROBE ORDERED TRAGEDY HAPPENED DURING RAM NAVAMI CELEBRATIONS AS THE TEMPLE WITNESSED A RUSH Moni Sharma Indore: Fourteen peo- ple lost their lives and several were rescued after the floor covering a well at a temple in In- dore cave in while Ram Navami celebrations were underway on Thursday . The incident was reported from the Shri Baleshwar temple in the Sneh Nagar area of the city . MP Home Minister Narrotam Mishra said that 14 people were killed in the mishap. 12 bodies (11 female and one male) have been re- covered from the spot while 19 were rescued. Among the rescued peo- ple, 2 people succumbed to injuries. According to the information, the covering of the well col- lapsed while worship- pers were standing over it inside the temple. The eyewitnesses said around two dozen people were standing on the step well at the time of the incident. Lo- cals said ambulances and fire brigade servic- es did not reach the spot in time. Rescue operations in progress after a roof of an ancient stepwell (bavdi) situated in Beleshwar Mahadev Jhulelal Temple collapsed during the Ram Navami festival in Indore on Thursday. CM CHOUHAN ANNOUNCES EX-GRATIA, URGES TEAM TO EXPEDITE OPERATIONS Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan announced an ex-gratia amount of `5 lakh to the next of kin of the deceased while `50,000 will be given to the injured. Chouhan directed authorities to expedite the rescue operations at the temple. The CMO said they were in constant contact with the Indore district administration. PM MODI EXPRESSES ANGUISH AT INDORE TRAGEDY, SPEAKS TO CM SHIVRAJ SINGH New Delhi: PM Narendra Modi on Thursday expressed anguish at the mishap in Indore. “Extremely pained by the mishap in Indore. Spoke to CM Shivraj Chouhan Ji and took an update on the situation. The state government is spear- heading rescue and relief work at a quick pace. My prayers with all those affected and their families,” he tweeted. Amit Shah @AmitShah The accident that happened in Indore, Madhya Pradesh is very sad. I express my condolences to the bereaved families. Local administration is engaged in rescue work, NDRF is also reaching the spot soon. I pray to God for the speedy recovery of the injured. Iamnotsurrendering: Amritpal on YouTube First India Bureau New Delhi: When a massive combing opera- tion is on in around three dozen villages of district Hoshiarpur, radical Sikh preacher Amritpal Singh has re- leased his second video virtually on Thursday, pushing Akal Takht jathedar to call Sarbat Khalsa on Vaisakhi at Takht Damdama Sahib and also stating that soon he would come out before the people. He also told in video that, he will not surrender. P6 Amritpal Singh releases another video on Thursday. MAJOR HIGHLIGHTS  348 people held during Amritpal crackdown freed, Punjab govt tells Akal Takht.  Amritpal’s aide booked under Arms Act in J&K.  Punjab Police deployed a drone in a village in Hoshiarpur district. MoD’s `32,000 cr deal for BrahMos & vessels First India Bureau New Delhi: In a flurry of deals a day before the ongoing fiscal ends, the defence ministry on Thursday inked major indigenous contracts worth over `32,000 crore for six next-generation missile vessels, 11 off- shore patrol vessels and 2 BrahMos missile coastal batteries for Navy as well as 2 more Akash missile regi- ments, 12 weapon-locat- ing radars for Army . CENTRE INKS DEAL WORTH `19,600 CR FOR 17 NAVY VESSELS The defence ministry on Thursday signed con- tracts with Indian shipyards for acquisition of 11 next Generation offshore patrol vessels and six next genera- tion missile vessels at cost of Rs 19,600 crore for Navy. Rajnath Singh CELEBRATING FOUNDATION DAY OF RAJASTHAN Raj is becoming a “model state” in country, says Gehlot Naresh Sharma Jaipur: Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot said on Thursday that his gov- ernment’spublicwelfare schemes have brought a positive change in the lives of lakhs of people and Rajasthan is now be- coming a “model state” in the country . Gehlot was address- ing a programme organ- ized to honour the bene- ficiaries of various schemesof thestategov- ernmentontheoccasion of RajasthanDayinDur- gapura on Thursday here. A large number of beneficiaries attended this programme online and offline. Referring to various schemes of his govern- ment, including the Chi- ranjeevi Health Insur- ance, Chief Minister Gehlot said, “I am ex- tremelysatisfiedthatthe benefits of the schemes brought by the govern- menthavereachedlakhs of people and these pro- grammes have brought about positive changes in their lives.” “Today , Rajasthan is becoming a model state and is among the fastest growing states in the country .Rajasthanisdis- cussedinthecountryfor having the best roads, best medical care, maxi- mum number of univer- sities and the most pro- gressive Rajasthan,” he said. More on P8 Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot addressing a programme on the occasion of Rajasthan Day at Durgapura in Jaipur on Thursday. DOCS MEET CM OVER RTH STIR, GEHLOT ASKS DOTASRA TO RESOLVE MATTER Jaipur: A delegation of agitating private doctors met CM Ashok Gehlot at the CMR on Thursday. Doctors said that the CM Gehlot has assured to ap- point PCC chief Govind Singh Dotasra to look into the matter and to get it resolved. Dr Virendra Singh, who was in the delegation of 15 doctors, conveyed the sentiments of the agitating doctors to the chief minister, who assured to look into the matter. RCA and HZL sign MoU to build India’s 2nd biggest cricket stadium Naresh Sharma and Ziauddin Khan Jaipur: The Rajasthan Cricket Association on Thursday signed MoU with Hindustan Zinc Limited to build the worlds third largest cricket stadium in Chonp village of Jaipur district here. The HZL, a Vedanta Group Com- pany, will spend `300 crore on facility which will be named the ‘Anil Agarwal International Cricket Stadium’. “Anil Agarwal fulfilled RCA’s dream,” said RCA Presi- dent Vaibhav Gehlot. P8 The MoU being signed by Bhawani Shankar Samota, Honorary Secy, RCA and Arun Misra, CEO Hindustan Zinc in the presence of Dr CP Joshi,Vaibhav Gehlot, Priya Agarwal Hebbar and others on Thursday. —PHOTO BY SANTOSH SHARMA ‘’Sport gives us the best life lessons in lead- ership, teamwork, competi- tion and hunger to succeed. If India’s youth participate wholeheartedly with energy and passion, nurtured by world class infrastruc- ture, they will become an unbeatable talent pool. —Anil Agarwal, Vedanta chairman The stadium will be named as the ‘Anil Agarwal International Cricket Stadium’
  • 2. First India Bureau Jaisalmer: In a major movement against the criminals in the dis- trict, under operation ‘Sudarshan Chakra’, the police raided suspi- cious homes and places of the criminals. 152 po- lice officers and jawansfrom38teams, raided the houses of 70 criminals. Arrests were made of 5 permanent war- rants, 52 arrest war- rants. 6 criminals were arrested out of 10 accused involved in 5 cases under sec- tion 151. A scrutiny check was done by raid- ing 18 places of history sheeters. Besides this, two his- tory sheeters were caught and produced in the court. In an another operation, a case was registered under the Ex- cise Act, where a vehi- cle containing 40 car- tons of illegal country liquor was recovered. The campaign was con- ducted under the direc- tion of Superintendent of Police Bhanwarsin- gh Nathavat, and ASP Amrit Jingar. RAJASTHAN JAIPUR | FRIDAY, MARCH 31, 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 File No. 8950-57 Date : 22/03/2023 EXECUTIVE ENGINEER PWD DN-DAUSA NoTICE INVITING BID Bid for VARIOUS REPAIR AND MAINTENANCE WORK IN PWD DIVISION DAUSA of Nit No. 38Year 2022-23 of Procurement are invited from interested bidders upto 11.00 AM (time) 27.03.2023 TO 05.04.2023 (date). Other particulars of the bid may be visited on the procurement portal (http://eproc.rajasthan.gov.in, http://sppp.rajasthan.gov.in) of the state; and “http://www.pwd.rajasthan.gov.in” departmental website. The approximate value of the procurement is Rs 15.00 Lacs. UBN No. : PWD2223WSoB19607 DIPR/C/4890/2023 Executive Engineer PWD Division-Dausa Jaipur (PTI): The ac- quittal of 4 men accused in the 2008 Jaipur serial blasts case by the Ra- jasthan HC has come as a shock to many , includ- ing those who lost their loved ones or got them- selves injured in the ter- ror attack and are living with the bad memories. “Is this justice?” asked Rajendra Sahu, whose wife died due to head injuries in 2012. “If they did not carry out blasts then who is responsible for killing 71 innocent people? Who is responsible for the deep pain of those who lost their family members or those who are still living that pain even today? If they are not guilty then who are? This is a burning ques- tion and everyone needs an answer,” Sahu said. OnWednesday ,acourt acquitted all accused on groundsthat the investi- gating agency (ATS) did a “shoddy investiga- tion” in connecting the chain of evidence. Yogesh Sharma Jaipur: Former deputy chief minister Sachin Pilot on Thursday said the acquittal of the four men who were given capital punishment by a lower court for the 2008 Jaipur serial blasts was a serious issue and the Rajasthan government should appeal against it. He said a probe should be conducted against those who were responsible for investi- gating the case. He also said that the lapses that took place in the inves- tigation are a serious issue. “The state gov- ernment should imme- diately appeal against the HC ruling so that affected people can get justice,” Pilot added. ‘Who carried out attacks, where is our justice?’ 2008 JAIPUR BOMB BLAST CASE Gul Mohammad Kota: In a brutal acci- dent, the driver of a gov- ernment ambulance smashed husband-wife grandmother & grand- son riding on a bike. The couple died in the accident. Grandmother- grandson has been ad- mitted to the hospital in critical condition. The accident happened at the Gumanpura flyover in Kota on Thursday. The driver was drunk at the time of the accident. Pawan, his wife Manb- har, mother Surja, and four-year-old child Nak- su were on the other side when the ambu- lance smashed their bike. The collision was so strong that the bike rider Manbhar fell from the flyover, 15 feet down, and died. First India Bureau Jaipur: Rainfall trig- gered by a western dis- turbance lashed several parts of Rajasthan on Thursday. The weather changed afternoon and by evening, several ar- eas received rain and thunderstorms. Rain- fall occurred in Jaipur, Mount Abu, Reodar in Sirohi, Sikar, Jhunj- hunu, and other areas. Standing and harvested crops got damaged due to the rainfall in Sirohi and other areas. The im- pact of the western dis- turbance will be over after Saturday . First India Bureau Jaipur: A case of mo- lestation of a schoolgirl has come to the fore in Jaipur. The accused neighbour molested her but on revolting and screaming, he ran away and threatened to kill her and her parents if she told anyone about the molestation. The victim’s father has lodged a report at Mahesh Nagar police station. Police have startedtheinvestigation byregisteringFIRunder molestation and POCSO Act. Police said that on March 21, the accused barged into the house knowing that the girl is alone&molestedherbut onrevoltingandmaking noise,heranaway .While leaving, he threatened the girl & saidthatif she told this to anyone, he would kill her & her par- ents. The victim told her family members when they returned home. First India Bureau Jaipur: The Aam Aad- mi Party (AAP) on Thursday launched the ‘Modi Hatao, Desh Bachao’ (Remove Modi, Save Nation) campaign across the country . Kick-starting the campaign in Rajasthan, Aam Aadmi Party state president Naveen Pali- wal released the ‘Modi Hatao, Desh Bachao’ campaign poster. Addressing the media persons, Paliwal said that during the freedom struggle, our freedom fighters happily gave up their lives. Why? Be- cause they envisioned that one day our coun- try would be free, illit- eracy would be wiped- off, youth will have em- ployment, farmers will get fair prices, and oth- ers. However, this dream cannot be ful- filled in the existing Modi regime, he added. First India Bureau Jaipur: Four women have been arrested over charges of theft. Vishnu Mishra, a resident of Pano Ka Dariba, regis- tered a complaint re- garding the theft. Police have registered a case & are interrogating the ac- cusedwomen. Thewom- en used to pickpocket people. They were caught stealing a man’s purse. People caught the women and handed them over to Manak Chowk police station. Mukesh Mathrani Barmer: A couple who was allegedly in love had committed suicide by hanging from a tree. An incident has been reported from the Sheo police area in the Bar- mer district. Passers-by noticed the bodies and informed the police. Preliminary police investigations suggest that couples were in love but were facing op- position from their fam- ilies. After which the couple first fled from their homes and later took the extreme step. Following the infor- mation, police reached the spot and recovered the bodies. Police said that the deceased were identified as Rana Ram (25) & a minor girl aged 15 years. He said that two days back on March 28, the minor’s family members lodged a case of kidnapping and POSCO and police were probing the matter in the meantime the cou- ple ended their lives. FSL team inspecting the spot in Barmer on Thursday. Commuters braving heavy showers, in Jaipur on Thursday. —PHOTO BY SUNIL SHARMA AAP State president Naveen Paliwal addressing the media persons on Thursday. Sachin Pilot performing rituals on the occasion of Ram Navami at Sri Ramchandra Temple in Chandpol Bazar and prayed for the prosperity and progress of country and state on Thursday. JAI SHRI RAM! Women performing ‘maha aarti’ at Sri Ramchandra Temple in Chandpole, Jaipur on Thursday. —­ PHOTOS BY SUNIL SHARMA A Ram Navami procession taken out in the Walled City of Jaipur on Thursday. Ram Navami festival was celebrated with huge pomp and fervour across the State. People donned saffron clothes and ‘Jai Shri Ram’ chants echoed. A grand procession of 6 kilometers was taken out in the capital city through Ramganj Chauraha, Badi Chaupar Tripolia Bazar. CM Ashok Gehlot along with Sunita Gehlot,Vaibhav Gehlot, Himanshi Gehlot, Kashwini Gehlot, Rajiv Arora, Lokesh Sharma and others performing rituals in Maa Raj Rajeshwari Temple at CMR. Governor Kalraj Mishra performing the rituals and offering prayers on Ram Navami in Raj Rajeshwar Temple at Raj Bhavan on Thursday. He also worshiped the girls and took their blessings considering them as nine goddesses. Couple dies, two injured after drunk ambulance driver hits bike in Kota Tonk: Two bike-riding youths were killed in a high-speed collision with a tractor in the Mehndwas police station area of the Tonk district. After the accident, the passers-by saw the youths lying on the road and informed the police. The police reached the spot and took them to Saadat hospital, Tonk where the doctor declared them brought dead. After the acci- dent, the driver fled from the spot with the tractor. Station in- charge Devendra Singh told that Ramnagar resident Rakesh (22) son Ramlal Meena and Um resident Mansukh (20) son Mahavir Meena were 12th-class students and were the victims in the accident who were staying in Tonk for studies. TWO BIKE-RIDING YOUTHS KILLED IN HIGH-SPEED COLLISION WITH TRACTOR IN TONK DISTRICT State govt should immediately appeal against HC ruling to give affected people justice: Pilot Afteraccusedacquitted,victimsaskwho isresponsibleforkillinginnocentpeople Couple facing opposition from families dies by suicide AAP’s anti-Modi poster drive begins in State Gang of four pickpockets held in Jaipur Westerndisturbanceleadstorainagain Udaipur: A 21-year-old girl committed suicide by jump- ing from the terrace of an apartment in Udaipur. Police informed the deceased, identified as Namrata, a native of Odisha, was working at a five-star hotel. “The girl was living with her two friends. On Thursday, she jumped from the terrace and ended her life. Prima facie, it seems that the girl ended her life over an issue of a love affair. However, the actual reason is yet to be ascertained and no suicide note was found on the spot,” police said. Jalore: A young couple was found hanging from a tree in the field of Bhinmal area of the district. In the morning, village people saw the dead bodies of the two hanging and informed the police and their relatives. The police reached the spot and kept the bodies in the mortuary of the hospital. As per the police, the youth was identified as Shambhu Bhil and girl as Sangeeta Bhil. On Thursday night, both left their house without informing and committed suicide. Police said that in the initial investigation, the matter seems to be a love affair. Jaipur: A case of molesta- tion and indecent act with a married woman was reported at the Neendad Raoji locality in the city. The victim woman lodged a case against a youth named Bhavani at the Kotwali police station. The police are looking for the accused after registering a case. Tonk: A young man was found hanging from a tree in the Todaraisingh police sta- tion area of Tonk district. In the morning, the shepherds found it and informed the police. After getting the in- formation, the police reached inspected the spot but did not find any suicide note. Later, the dead body was taken to the hospital. The relatives reached the hospital and the dead body was handed over to them after the postmortem. “Prima facie seems to be a case of suicide the investigation is still underway”, police said. ODISHA GIRL JUMPS TO DEATH IN UDAIPUR YOUNG COUPLE DIES BY SUICIDE IN JALORE MARRIED WOMAN MOLESTED IN JAIPUR YOUTH FOUND HANGING FROM TREE IN TONK, SUICIDE SUSPECTED Neighbour molests girl, threatens to kill her and family to silence her 152policeofficersraidhouses of70criminalsinJaisalmer
  • 3. Kashiram Choudhary Jaipur: Nine flights are just on paper as the air- lines could not operate the flights from Jaipur airport despite getting their schedule ap- proved. Because of this, cities like Belgaum and Surat could not be con- nected with Jaipur whileconfusionisthere over flights to Nagpur, Ranchi and Patna.At present, an average of 57flightsarebeingoper- ated daily . If these 9 flights also operate,passengerswill be able to get many op- tions. The situation raises questions on the control of the regulato- ry agency DGCA. The nine flights which are on papers are of Air In- dia, Vistara, SpiceJet, Star Air for cities like Belgaum, Surat, Ben- galuru, Mumbai, New Delhi and Ahmedabad. There are a total of 59 flights being operated andof them,33flightsof IndiGo. Apart from these, six international flights are also being op- erated at the Jaipur air- port. The number of flightswillincreaseto70 in September. Nagpur, Ranchi, Bhopal, Patna, Belgaum will have con- nectivity by September. RAJASTHAN JAIPUR | FRIDAY, MARCH 31, 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 No. of flights may increase to 70 from Sept EVEN THOUGH 9 FLIGHTS NOT OPERATING FROM JPR... Doctors staging agitation by bringing stretcher, wheel-chair and other hospital equipment during protest march at JLN Marg on Thursday. The protesting doctors raised slogans against State govt demanding withdrawal of the RTH Act. —PHOTOS BY SUNIL SHARMA Doctors meet CM but protest continues One faction returned to work at SMS, another faction met CM Gehlot who appointed GS Dotasra to examine the points raised by doctors Vikas Sharma Jaipur: Amid the ongo- ing protest over the Right to Health Act, a representation of doc- tors finally met CM Ge- hlot on Thursday . The delegation was headed by Dr Virendra Singh on behalf of private doctors. Prior to this meeting, a group of doctors met PCC Chief Govind Singh Dotasra. According to sourc- es, the intentions of the doctors were con- veyed to the CM. In re- sponse, CM Gehlot has appointed Dotasra to examine and test the points being raised by the doctors in the whole matter. Dr Virendra Singh, who was in the delega- tion of 15 doctors, con- veyedthesentimentsof the agitating doctors to the CM, who assured to look into the matter. The 15-member dele- gation of doctors in- cluding IMA President Dr Sunil Chugh, Dr Ra- jshekhar Yadav, Dr Sunil Garsa, and Dr Ashok Sharda reached CMR after their press conference. According to the sources other op- tions will be discussed in case of ‘NO RTH’. Meanwhile, one fac- tion of resident doctors of the SMS medical col- leges returned to work while the other faction has opened a front against it and an- nounced to continue the boycott in support of the private doctors. We are the ruling party, we must go ahead solve the matter, says Pilot HEARING OVER RTH IN RAJ HIGH COURT TODAY Public Interest Liti- gation filed against the private doctors’ strike in protest against the Right to Health Bill and to provide necessary resources in government hospitals will be heard on Friday in Rajasthan high court. A division bench of acting Chief Justice MM Srivastava and Justice Anil Upman will conduct the hearing. The petition has been listed in the supple- mentary cause list. Yogesh Sharma Jaipur:Adelegationof private doctors met for- mer Dy CM Sachin Pi- lot at his residence on Thursday . Talking to reporters after the meeting, Pilot said that the government should listen to the agitating doctors as patients are getting worried all over the state. “Even when our gov- ernmentwasatthecen- tre, we made universal laws. It hurts when thousandsof peopleare in need of treatment, but they are not getting treatment. Neither side should adopt an ada- mant stand so that meaningful talks held. There may be a way out, we are the ruling party, so we should go ahead and solve the matter, because the sit- uation is getting worse and worse. Both sides should discuss with an open mind. I appeal to allthedoctorstositand talk. There may be a way out,” he said. One of the doctors acting as dummy patient during the protest march at JLN Marg, in Jaipur on Thursday. Doctors with Sachin Pilot at his residence on Thursday. CS interacts with farmers who are using innovative methods, inspects fields Ramps to be constructed for divyangs in Raj temples soon Chief Secretary Usha Sharma with other officials during inspection of a field in Jaipur district on Thursday. Dr Rituraj Sharma Jaipur: CS Usha Shar- ma inspected the fields of farmers in Jaipur’s Basedi, Guda Kumawa- tan, Bassi and Jhajhra andobservedtheinnova- tions of agriculture and horticulture in Balolai villages. She said, “ Agri- culture plays an impor- tant role in the state’s economy . The state govt is working for the uplift- ment of the farmers. Sharma interacted withMevaramMeharia, a farmer of Balolai vil- lage and saw the plants being grown through a drip system in their house.Shetookinforma- tion about advanced va- rieties of organic cu- cumber, tomato, green chilli, and flowers. Sharma inspected crops in rural areas. Farmers told her that adopting an organic farming model has prof- ited them. Horticulture Commissioner Shub- hamChaudharyandoth- ers were also present. First India Bureau Jaipur: Specially- abled people will have ease in visiting tem- ples in the state. Ramps will be constructed in temples on the instruc- tions of the commis- sioner for specially abled persons. C o m m i s s i o n e r Umashankar Sharma has given instructions to Devasthan Depart- ment and all the district collectors for the con- struction of ramps in temples so that specially abled persons can visit the temple with ease. Instructions were also given for keeping wheelchairs, sign boards and all neces- sary equipment in tem- ples and for making e- rickshaws and other resources available dur- ing religious fairs. Lalit Bansal Kota: Three youths died while four got injured in Kotra Deep Singh vil- lage in Sultanpur area of Kota district during a grand procession on the occasion of Ramnavami onThursday .Theyouths weredisplayingacrobat- ics skills when a wheel got stuck with an elec- tric wire. They were try- ing to remove it when the incident happened. Three people died, while three were referred to Kota and a young man was being admitted in a Sultanpur hospital. The Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot also ex- pressed grief over inci- dent. “Our deepest sym- pathiesgoouttofamilies of those who lost their lives in this unfortunate accident. Necessary in- structions have been given to provide best treatment.” he tweeted. 3dieinRamNavamiprocession,CMexpressesgrief DOC SENTENCED TO JAIL IN CHEQUE BOUNCE CASE An NI Act court in Jaipur has sentenced a man to three months in jail in a 2019 cheque bounce case. The court also imposed a fine of Rs 2 lakh on the borrower. Sources informed that borrower, Dr Bhu- pesh Bhatt, a resident Heerapura, had bor- rowed Rs 2 lakhs from complainant Gopal Lal Yadav. However, during the repayment, all the cheques were bounced due to insufficient funds,” said the source. First India Bureau Jaipur: The High Court has ruled in favour of transportinspectorsand about 200 inspectors will be benefited. The Krish- naBhatnagarcommittee had amended the pay scale of transport in- spectors but they got the benefit of increased sal- ary from 2013. The transport inspec- tors had been demand- ing an increased salary fromtheyear2008.When the govt did not listen, theyapproachedtheHC. HC rules in favour of transport inspectors Five flights were diverted to Jaipur airport from Delhi due to bad weather conditions there. The flights which were diverted are SriLankan Airline’s Colombo to Delhi flight, Air India’s Mumbai to Delhi, Air Arabia’s Sharjah to Delhi, Indigo’s Jabalpur to Delhi and Madurai to Delhi. 5 FLIGHTS FROM DEL DIVERTED TO JPR JPR-CHENNAI FLYERS HALTED IN NOTAM On the other hand, passen- gers of IndiGo flight from Jaipur to Chennai suffered as the flight did not get permission to take off due to runway NOTAM. Despite the NOTAM hours, the airlines got the passengers boarded the plane. More than 160 passengers kept on waiting in the plane for the take off.
  • 4. PERSPECTIVE JAIPUR | FRIDAY, MARCH 31, 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 SPIRITUAL SPEAK As person abandons worn-out clothes and acquires new ones, so when the body is worn out a new one is acquired by the Self, who lives within. —Bhagavad Gita Jagat Prakash Nadda @JPNadda He is the delight of the worlds, the brave on the battlefield, the lotus- eyed, the lord of the Raghu dynasty. I take refuge in the merciful form of Sri Ramachandra who is merciful. Happy Rama Navami to you all. I pray that this festival brings good fortune and prosperity to all. May the grace of Lord Sri Rama rest upon all. Jai Shri Ram! TOP TWEETS Dharmendra Pradhan @dpradhanbjp Lawless Odisha is a reality. High-time people in power recognise the fault- lines in the law and order situation in the state. Murder of young Samarth exactly within two months of the broad daylight killing of Minister Nabha Das exposes Odisha govt’s tall claims on rule of law. l Vol 4 l Issue No. 292 l RNI NO. RAJENG/2019/77764. Printed and published by Anita Hada Sangwan on behalf of First Express Publishers. Printed at Bhaskar Printing Press, D.B. Corp Limited, Shivdaspura, Tonk Road, Jaipur. Published at 304, 3rd Floor, City Mall, Bhagwan Das Road, C-Scheme, Jaipur-302001, Rajasthan. Phone 0141-4920504. Editor-In-Chief: Dr Jagdeesh Chandra, Editor: Anita Hada Sangwan responsible for selection of news under the PRB Act decade ago, Joko (Jokowi) Widodo was an outsider candi- date whose carefully cultivated “everyman” persona swept him into Indonesia’s presi- dential office. To get there, he had to overcome Oppo- sition from many rich and powerful figures. However, he soon built a formidable political coali- tion, and he and his family are now firmly part of the oligarchic ruling elite. So much so, that many mem- bers of that elite fear their access to political and eco- nomic power could be dis- rupted if he leaves office. By law, Jokowi’s time in office is limited. In 1998, Indonesia’s longest-serv- ing president, Soeharto, was forced to step down after 32 years in power. One of the constitutional pri- orities after his fall was to prevent a repeat of his long rule, which had become as- sociated with military re- pression and corruption. In 1999, the Constitution was amended to prevent presidents serving more than two five-year terms. This was seen as a non-ne- gotiablepartof thereforms that delivered Indonesia’s transition to democracy . Court decision causing election uncertainty The idea of Jokowi stay- ing in power just won’t go away . In fact, it is dominat- ing headlines again after the Central Jakarta Dis- trict Court issued a shock decision in early March ordering the General Elec- tion Commission to post- pone the 2024 elections. THE POTENTIAL FALLOUT FROM A POSTPONEMENT The run-up to elections is always a time of intense political manoeuvring in Indonesia. Presidential and parliamentary candi- dates for next year’s elec- tions have also not yet been finalised. It’s a fair point. Many observers already believe Jokowi’s time in office has led to democratic regres- sion, with Indonesia slip- ping in the Freedom House rankings. Jokowi himself has publicly said he thinks Indonesian democracy has “gone too far”. Source: The Conversation Will Indonesia’s presidential election be delayed? A ELECTIONS FOR THE PRESIDENCY AND LEGISLATURE ARE NOW DUE ON FEBRUARY 14, 2024, AND, BECAUSE JOKOWI HAS ALREADY BEEN ELECTED TWICE, HE CANNOT RUN AGAIN AND COULD JOKOWI STAY IN POWER LONGER? very mother wants the best for their child. But a nutrition crisis means that many children are seeing their life opportu- nities negatively affected before they are even born. More than a billion ado- lescent girls and women suffer from undernutri- tion, micronutrient defi- ciencies and anaemia. It’s amplifying gender ine- qualities, curbing learn- ing and wage-earning po- tential, and shaping lives. We have made scant progress on targets to im- prove nutrition, and many of the countries most af- fected are those already grappling with poverty, conflict and climate change. Now, the global food crisis is deepening the problem, a new report from UNICEF finds, with maternal acute malnutri- tion rising by a quarter between 2020 and 2022 in the worst-hit countries. HOW BAD IS THE PROBLEM? Poor nutrition and the is- sues associated with it can havemajorandlong-lasting implications throughout a person’s life. These include poorer defence against dis- easeandinfection,reduced learning ability and stunt- ed growth. Poor maternal nutrition can increase the risk of stillbirth, newborn death, and preterm deliv- ery . It can also affect foetal development, creating life- long impacts. Globally , 51 millionchildrenundertwo, havestuntedgrowth,about half of which will have be- come stunted during preg- nancy or the first six months of life, when they arefullydependentontheir mother for nutrition, the report says. WHERE IS THE PROBLEM MOST ACUTE? Over two-thirds of adoles- cent girls and women who are underweight live in South Asia and Sub-Saha- ran Africa, with these re- gions also home to 60% of women and girls with anaemia. But there is sig- nificant variation be- tween countries and re- gions – less educated, poorer and more rural women and girls are sig- nificantly more likely to be affected by issues re- lated to nutrition. Rising poverty and inequities increase the chances that people will turn to cheap, ultra-processed, un- healthy foods. In Sudan already only 10% of girls and women have diets that meet the minimum dietary diversity to pro- vide sufficient nutrients. The story is similar in Bu- rundi, Burkina Faso and Afghanistan, where fewer than one in three have a sufficiently diverse diet. Risingpovertyandineq- uities increase the chanc- es that people will turn to cheap, ultra-processed, unhealthy foods. In Sudan already only 10% of girls and women have diets that meet the minimum die- tary diversity to provide sufficient nutrients. The story is similar in Burun- di, Burkina Faso and Af- ghanistan, where fewer than one in three have a sufficiently diverse diet. In the 12 countries that are most affected by the cur- rent food crisis (Mali, Ni- ger, Kenya, Nigeria North- east, Burkina Faso, Chad, Somalia, South Sudan, Afghanistan, Sudan, Yem- en and Ethiopia), the num- ber of acutely malnour- ished pregnant and breast- feeding women increased by 25% between 2020 and 2022. These countries alone account for almost 7 million acutely malnour- ished mothers, according to UNICEF’s report. WHY IS THE PROBLEM GETTING WORSE? A series of local and glob- al crises could combine in 2023 to exacerbate the problem for women and girls in several regions of the world. The pandemic had a devastating impact on food security, which disproportionately affect- ed women and girls. In- deed, the gender gap for food insecurity more than doubled between 2019 and 2021 as girls and women found their livelihoods, income and access to nu- tritious food all hit. In southern and eastern Af- rica, for example, up to four in five pregnant and breastfeeding women were food insecure as a result of the pandemic. “Addressing malnutrition in women and girls is es- sential to reduce the gen- der health gap,” says Ami- ra Ghouaibi, Project Lead, Women’s Health Initiative, Shaping the Fu- ture of Health and Health- care, World Economic Fo- rum. “For too long, wom- en and girls have deprior- itized their own needs impacting their health and wellbeing- they eat least, less and inadequate- ly. Access to good nutri- tion will not only improve health outcomes for wom- en and girls but will cre- ate equal opportunities, increase economic em- powerment and promote gender equality .” WHAT CAN BE DONE? The scale and conse- quences of the problem are being widely over- looked and underrecog- nized by families, society, governments, research- ers, humanitarian agen- cies and the private sector, UNICEF says. The chal- lenges facing women and children, particularly in the worst affected areas, continue to mount and much faster progress is needed. But only 8% of countries had all of the eight policies UNICEF considers key to tackling the problem. And there is also a lack of data to in- form the problem and ac- tions being taken. Source: World Economic Forum E Coordinated action which brings together multiple sectors and unites policies is needed to widen access to good nutrition. This includes improving access to and education about affordable, nutritious food, as well as expanding access to essential nutrition services for pregnant and breastfeeding women in particular MALNUTRITION IN WOMEN AND GIRLS HAS SOARED 25% IN CRISIS-HIT COUNTRIES CHARLOTTE EDMOND The author is a senior writer at World Economic Forum KEY HIGHLIGHTS l More than a billion women and adolescent girls are malnourished, which has broad health, economic and well-being impacts. l We are making slow progress and issues like soaring food prices, climate change and the lasting impact of the pandemic risk making the nutrition crisis an even greater problem in 2023. l Nutrition is a widely overlooked issue, and coordinated access and policy intervention is urgently needed.
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  • 6. INDIA JAIPUR | FRIDAY, MARCH 31, 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 Mahesh Sharma New Delhi: The leaders of Grand Alliance i.e. RJD, JDU and Congress in Bihar are determined to defeat BJP in the next Lok Sabha elections. But before that the big question is how will there be coordination between the three par- ties? How will the seats be distributed? Will the seats be swapped and if so what will happen to the sitting MPs? The MPs of Nitish Kumar’s party are troubled by these questions. Keep in mind that no Lok Sabha MP of RJD has won, so there is no problem there. Congress also has only one MP and that too from Kishanganj seat. In the alliance, that seat is sure to go back to the Congress account. So, the real concern is of JDU MPs. Its 16 MPs won while contesting in alliance with BJP, in which at least half of the MPs are worried about changing the seat. Keep in mind that JDU had got all such seats in the BJP alli- ance, where RJD is strong. JDU MPs have won the seats affected by RJD. Madhepura is the traditional seat of RJD, from where JDU’s Dinesh Chandra Yadav hails from. Similarly Siwan is the seat of Shahabuddin’s family, who is the Muslim face of RJD. There is Vita Singh from Bhagalpur which has been a strong seat of RJD, from where Ajay Mandal of JDU has won. Ranjit Ranjan and Pappu Yadav are with the Congress, whose areas of influ- ence are Madhepura, Supaul and Purnia. JDU MPs have won all these three seats. Simi- larly, there are JDU MPs in seats like Go- palganj to Jhanjharpur, Sitamarhi, Banka. Kati- har is the traditional seat of Congress’s Tariq Anwar, which is won by JDU’s Dulal Chand Gos- wami. Thus, JDU MPs are restless on these seats and feel that his seat in the alliance may change. So, many MPs are being told to be in touch with the BJP. Why are the MPs of Nitish Kumar’s party upset? SIMMERING RESENTMENT Haridwar (PTI): Un- ion Home Minister Amit Shah on Thursday hailed the Central gov- ernment’s New Educa- tion Policy for its em- phasis on learning in mother tongue and uni- versal education based on the teachings of In- dian visionaries such as Mahatma Gandhi, Dayanand Saraswati and Lala Lajpat Rai. Addressing the 113th convocation of the Gu- rukula Kangri here, Shah credited the uni- versity (deemed to be) for the revival of vedic education in India and combining it with mod- ern education. Shah paid tributes to the university’s found- er Swami Shrad- dhanand saying he set India’s education sys- tem free from the stran- glehold of the British and revived the coun- try’s vedic education system, all the while emphasising on culture and modern education. TheUnionHomeMin- ister praised the NEP brought by the Naren- dra Modi-led central government saying it representsthecombined visions of Maharshi Dayanand Saraswati, Swami Shraddhanand, Mahatma Gandhi, and Lala Lajpat Rai. “The new education policy, which is the country’s third, con- tains the visions of four great people. Accessible education as propagat- ed by Maharshi Day- anand, combining vedic education with modern as propagated by Swa- mi Shraddhanand, Ma- hatma Gandhi’s educa- tion in mother tongue, and Lala Lajpat Rai’s principle of education for all are at the core of this policy,” the Union Home Minister said. India’s NEP based on teachings of visionaries like Gandhi: Shah Union Home Minister addresses 113th convocation of Gurukul Kangri in Haridwar Union Home Minister Amit Shah addresses at the 113th convocation ceremony of Gurukul Kangri University, in Haridwar on Thursday. —PHOTO BY ANI New Delhi (ANI): Un- ion Law Minister Kiren Rijiju on Thursday crit- icized Congress and Ra- hul Gandhi for inviting foreign powers to inter- fere in India’s internal matters and said “re- member, Indian Judici- ary can’t be influenced by foreign interference. India won’t tolerate ‘for- eigninfluence’anymore because our Prime Min- isterisNarendraModi.” “Thank you Rahul Gandhi for inviting for- eign powers for inter- ference into India’s in- ternal matters. Remem- ber, Indian Judiciary can’t be influenced by foreign interference. In- dia won’t tolerate ‘for- eign influence’ any- more because our Prime Minister is:- Shri @narendramodi Ji,” tweeted the Minister. Rijiju reacted to Dig- vijay Singh’s tweet which thanked German Foreign Affairs Minis- try and Richard Walker over Rahul’s matter. Rijiju slams Rahul over foreign powers’ ‘help’ New Delhi: Union Minister Nirmala Sitharaman on Thursday hit out at Congress over “foreign interference in our affairs” after MP Dig- vijaya Singh thanked the German for- eign ministry for taking note of Rahul Gandhi’s matter. “Apparent that @INCIndia wants foreign interference in our affairs. Sign Memo- randum of Understanding (MoU) with Communist Party of China with opaque contents,” Sitharaman said. New Delhi: Senior Congress leader and Rajya Sabha MP Digvijaya Singh on Thursday thanked Germany for “tak- ing note” of Rahul Gandhi’s disqualifica- tion from Parliament as the Lok Sabha Member of Parliament. Taking to Twitter, Singh said, “Thank you Ger- man Foreign Affairs Ministry and Richard Walker for taking note of how the Democracy is being compromised in India through the persecution of Rahul Gandhi.” SITHARAMAN RAPS CONG FOR ‘FOREIGN INTERFERENCE’ THANK YOU GERMANY FOR TAKING NOTE OF RaGa MATTER: DIGGY Bengaluru (ANI): For- mer Karnataka Chief Minister and Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader BS Yediyurappa on Thursday said that BJP will get an absolute majority in Karnataka assembly elections and added that Congress is making false allega- tions because they are corrupted. Addressing a press briefing, Yediyurappa said, “Under PM Modi’s leadership, we’ll come back to power. Congress is corrupted and that’s why they’re making false allegations of 40% commission and such others, these things will be kept away by voters.” “Only BJP has leaders like Amit Shah and Narendra Modi, who are welcomed in a large manner by the people of Karnataka. So BJP will 100 per cent win with a clear majority in the state”, he said. Yediyurappa added that lakhs of people gathered in the road shows, Vijaya Sankalpa Yatra and other public events organized by BJP and this gives a clear message. “I have already spo- ken to Amit Shah. MPs of both Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha have been asked to be present and work in their respective constituencies. A par- liamentary committee meeting will also be held in Bengaluru soon,” he said. Cong is corrupted,BJP will get absolute majority in Karnataka: BS Yediyurappa New Delhi (Agencies): Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister YS Jagan Mo- han Reddy on Thursday met Union Home Minis- ter Amit Shah here and urged him to resolve several long-pending is- sues since the bifurca- tion of the state. Chief Minister Red- dy requested the Home Minister to immediate- ly release a grant of Rs 10,000 crore on an ad- hoc basis to expedite Polavaram project. He added that pending is- sues have pushed Andhra Pradesh back- wards in terms of devel- opment and revenue. He also requested for Rs 2,020 crore to fill the scourge pits formed at the main dam site due to the washing away of the diaphragm in flash floods, said a statement on Wednesday night. This is Reddy’s sec- ond visit to Delhi in a month. On March 17, Reddy had met with Prime Minster Naren- dra Modi and Union Home Minister Shah. Reddy meets Shah, urges release of funds Jerusalem (PTI): The planners of “abomina- ble” 2008 Mumbai ter- ror attack should pay a heavy price for it, the Speaker of Israel’s Par- liament has said ahead of his maiden visit to India, asserting that the fight against terrorism is common concern for the two countries. Amir Ohana, a close confidante of Prime Minister Benjamin Net- anyahu, will travel to India for four days start- ing March 31, on his first official visit abroad after assuming office in December last year. Amir Ohana said the fight to counter it requires all the pro- gressive countries to come together. Israel stands by India in fightagainstterror:Ohana Agartala (Agencies): In a major political em- barrassment to the BJP, a party MLA Jadab Lal Nath was allegedly caught on camera watching a porno- graphic clip in the Tripura assembly. A video has gone viral on social media where the legislator from the Bag- basa constituency can be seen watching ob- scene clips playing on his phone when a ses- sion to discuss issues related to the state budget was underway . Amaravati: Andhra CM YS Jagan Mohan Reddy called on Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman in Delhi on Thursday and urged her to increase state’s credit limit and release pending funds. He appealed to her to enhance credit limit of Rs 17,923 crore which was reduced from Rs 42,472 crore in 2021-22 for no fault of the state govt. Tripura BJP MLA watches porn on mobile in House ENHANCE ANDHRA PRADESH’S CREDIT LIMIT: CM TO SITHA NEP contains the vi- sions of four great people. Accessible ed- ucation as propagat- ed by Maharshi Dayanand, combin- ing vedic education with modern as propagated by Swa- mi Shraddhanand, Mahatma Gandhi’s education in mother tongue, Lala Laj- pat Rai’s principle of education for all are at the core of NEP. —Amit Shah, Union Home Minister COURTESY MEET! Prime Minister Narendra Modi meets with the team associated with 2023 Oscar Award- winning documentary short film ‘The Elephant Whisperers’, in New Delhi on Thursday. —PHOTO BY ANI New Delhi: The Supreme Court has directed the Registrar General of the Jammu and Kashmir High Court to file its response to a plea which alleged that relatives of former judges and staff were favoured in the appoint- ments in judicial institutions and courts in the Union territory. A bench headed by Chief Justice D Y Chandrachud initially suggested to a counsel, representing petitioner NGO ‘Jammu and Kashmir People’s Forum, that it should approach the high court with the plea. New Delhi: A Delhi court has extended the interim bail grant- ed to liquor businessman Sameer Mahendru on medical grounds in a money laundering case related to alleged irregularities in the now-scrapped Delhi excise policy. The court granted the relief for a week after the Enforcement Directorate said it needed time to reply to the application seeking extension of the bail. ED’s Special Public Prosecutor told the court that the agency has emailed all medical documents of the accused to the doctors/ hospitals concerned, but some of the reports are still awaited. SC SEEKS RESPONSE ON FAVOURITISM IN APPOINTMENTS IN JK JUDICIAL COURTS DELHI EXCISE ‘SCAM’: INTERIM BAIL OF LIQUOR BIZMAN MAHENDRU EXTENDED IN THE COURTYARD NO RELIEF FOR BUS DRIVER ACCUSED OF MOLESTING MINORS CHARGES FRAMED AGAINST 3 IN 2017 ROAD RAGE CASE New Delhi: The Delhi High Court has upheld a five-year jail term to a school bus driver for sexually assaulting two minor students in 2014. The accused had challenged a 2020 trial court decision holding him guilty of section 354A (sexual harassment) IPC and section 10 of POCSO Act on grounds that there were contradictions in the prosecution case and both the victims could not give the exact date and narration of the event. New Delhi: A local court recently framed charges against three persons for beating a person and injuring him grievously in a road rage case of December 2017 near Tilak Nagar Flyover. However, the court discharged the accused persons of the charge of attempt to culpable homicide not amounting to murder. Ad- ditional Sessions Judge (ASJ) Hem Raj framed charges against Mandeep Singh alias Raja, Ashmeet Singh and Tarun Sharma. Union Law and Justice Minister Kiren Rijiju. —FILE PHOTO YS Jagan Mohan Reddy with Amit Shah in New Delhi on Thursday. BS Yediyurappa (R) with Karnataka CM Bommai. —FILE PHOTO Israeli Knesset’s (parliament) speaker Amir Ohana. Nitish Kumar
  • 7. INDIA JAIPUR | FRIDAY, MARCH 31, 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 (PTI): The never-ending specula- tions about Mahendra Singh Dhoni’s impend- ing ‘last dance’, Virat Kohli’s endless pursuit of an elusive silver- ware and Rohit Shar- ma’s customary non- chalance are things that make the IPL start- ing Friday a heady cocktail of cricket and entertainment. Megastars Dhoni, Kohli and Rohit have been the IPL’s driving force in the past 15 sea- sons, getting the crick- et crazy Indian fans hooked on the event for nearly two months every year. As it enters the 16th season, innovations in- troduced in the form of potential game changer like the ‘Impact Player’ rule, DRS on wides and waist-high no balls, and two broadcasting giants locked in an ugly war of ‘TV vs Digital’ act as in- gredients garnishing the mouth-watering dish, which will be de- voured by millions for more than 50 days. However, the product will remain the driving force and players the main stakeholders, as the likes of Dhoni, Koh- li and Rohit set the nar- ratives for their respec- tive franchises with amazing fan bases. Nearing 42, Dhoni has defied the law of dimin- ishing returns when it comes to his manic fol- lowing among CSK fans, who thronged the Chep- auk to see their ‘Thala’ hit towering sixes at his spiritual home. Dhoni’s CSK, Rohit’s MI remain main contenders IPL TURNS ‘SWEET 16’ New Delhi (ANI): Prime Minister Naren- dra Modi on Thursday wished people on the oc- casion of Ram Navami and said that the life of Lord Ram will remain an inspiration for hu- manity in every era. Taking to Twitter, PM Modi said, “Many best wishes to all the countrymen on the aus- picious occasion of Ram Navami.” He also added that the life of Maryada Pu- rushottam Lord Ram- chandra, based on sac- rifice, austerity, re- straint and determina- tion, will remain the inspiration for human- ity in every era. Ram Navami is a Hin- du festival that is cele- bratedinordertohonour the birth of Lord Vish- nu’s incarnation, Lord Rama. This day marks the end of the nine-day Chaitra-Navratri cele- brations, which are cele- brated in the Hindu month of Chaitra which fallsonthecuspof spring and summer. Life of Lord Ram an inspiration for humanity in every era: PM Modi Chandigarh (PTI): The Punjab govern- ment has informed the Akal Takht that 348 of the 360 people taken into preventive custody during a police crack- down against radical preacher Amritpal Sin- gh have now been freed. The Akal Takht Jathedar’s personal sec- retary Jaspal Singh on Thursday said a mes- sage was received from the state government that the rest would also be released soon. Earlier this week, Akal Takht Jathe- dar Giani Harpreet Singh had given an ulti- matum to the state gov- ernment to release all Sikh youths held dur- ing the police crack- down against Amritpal Singh and his aides. The Jathedar had also condemned the state government for invoking the National Security Act against a few people during the police crackdown. A few days prior to the Jathedar’s ultima- tum, the Punjab Police had said that out of those detained, nearly 30 were hardcore crimi- nals. The rest would be released after verifica- tion, a senior police of- ficial had said. Meanwhile, the Pun- jab police have stepped up security in and around Amritsar and Bathinda amid reports that Amritpal Singh may surrender after entering any of the two Sikh shrines – the Golden Temple in Am- ritsar or the Takht Sri Damdama Sahib in Bathinda. Vehicles are being checked at several plac- es in other districts, in- cluding Hoshiarpur, in search of the head of ‘Waris Punjab De’. Amritpal, who has been on the run since March 18 when the po- lice crackdown was launched, appeared in a video on Wednesday . In the undated clip, he urged the Akal Takht to summon a “sarbat khalsa” – a congrega- tion of Sikhs to discuss issues concerning the community . 348 held during Amritpal crackdown freed: Govt Akal Takht Jathedar had given an ultimatum to the Punjab govt Punjab Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann and Akal Takht Jathedar Harpreet Singh. —FILE PHOTO Kolkata: Several vehi- cles were set on fire after two groups clashed in West Bengal’s Howrah amid Ram Navami cele- brations on Thursday . The violence broke out soonafteraRamNavami procession crossed the area. Visuals showed severalvehiclesengulfed in flames and heavy po- lice deployment - includ- ing riot control force - in the area. A police van and a car with their glasses smashed were also seen in the videos from the spot. CM Mamata Banerjee assured strict action against the perpetra- tors of the violence in Howrah’s Shibpur and asserted that usage of unauthorised route led to the clash. “They have been hiring goons from outside the state to or- chestrate communal ri- ots. Nobody has stopped their processions but they do not have the right to march with swords and bulldozers,” said Mamata Banerjee. Vehicles burnt, cops on alert in WB’s Howrah New Delhi: As many as 1000 cities are targeted to become 3-Star Gar- bage Free by October 2024” said Union Minis- ter for Housing and Ur- ban Affairs Hardeep Singh Puri on the occa- sion of International Zero Waste Day 2023 in New Delhi on Thursday . Highlighting the pro- gress in the GFC-Star rating, launched in Jan- uary 2018 to encourage a competitive, mission- mode spirit among ULBs, he further said that the certification has increased exponen- tially sinceinception. Puri said that urban India has become Open Defecation Free (ODF), with all 4,715 Urban Lo- cal Bodies (ULBs) com- pletely ODF, 3,547 ULBs are ODF+ with func- tional and hygienic community and public toilets and 1,191 ULBs are ODF++ with com- plete faecal sludge man- agement. Further, waste processing in In- dia has gone up by over four times from 17% in 2014 to 75% today . SWACHHOTSAV 2023 1000 cities to be 3-star garbage free by Oct 2024: Puri PM MODI TO ATTEND COMBINED COMMANDERS’ MEET IN BHOPAL New Delhi: PM Narendra Modi will attend the Com- bined Commanders’ Conference-2023 in Bhopal on April 1, said an official press release on Thursday. The PMO statement said, “At around 10 AM, Prime Minister will attend the Combined Commanders’ Conference-2023 at the Kushabhau Thakre Hall in Bhopal. Thereafter, at around 3:15 PM, Prime Minister will flag off the Vande Bharat Express train between Bhopal and New Delhi at Rani Kamlapati Railway Station, Bhopal.” The three-day conference of Military Commanders will be held from 30th March to 1st April 2023 on the theme ‘Ready, Re- surgent, Relevant’. During the Conference, deliber- ations will be held over a varied spectrum of issues pertaining to national security, including jointness and theaterisation in the Armed Forces. A priest performs ritual on the occasion of Ram Navami at Sree Seeta Rama temple, at Nampally, in Hyderabad on Thursday. —PHOTO BY ANI ALL EYES ON OLD GRAPEVINE DHONI Total 5 ‘Khalistanis’ held since Jan for violence in Australia Melbourne: Three men were arrested in connection with vio- lent brawls that broke out between pro-Khal- istani supporters and Indian demonstrators in late January in Mel- bourne, Australian state Victoria’s police said on Thursday . The arrests were made by the Melbourne East Neighbourhood Polic- ing Team “in relation to an alleged affray” at the Federation Square on January 29, Victo- ria Police said in a statement. With the latest arrests, police have so far rounded up five suspects in con- nection with the inci- dent. “Police were in attendance at a Khal- istan Referendum event at Federation Square on 29 January when it’s alleged two fightsbrokeout,oneat about 12.45pm and the otheratabout4.30pm,” it stated. Police said that the investigation remains ongoing and they are making en- quiries to identify and apprehend any fur- ther alleged offenders from the day . According to Victo- ria Police during the fight it is alleged flag poles “were used by several men as weap- ons which caused physical injuries to multiple victims.” Pro-Khalistani supporters had indulged in violence against the Indian demonstrators in Melbourne on January 29. Union Minister Hardeep Singh Puri at the event on Thursday. The police personnel at the area where clashes broke out. Noida: A fire broke out in a moving car on Noida-Greater Noida Expressway and its driver and passenger had to jump out of the vehicle to save them- selves, police said on Thursday. The incident occurred on Wednes- day night. The fire engulfed the vehicle within a matter of minutes, leaving it completely gutted. Eye- witnesses told the fire department, after which fire brigade vehicles reached the spot and extinguished the blaze. The burnt car was moved to the roadside. The fire officials said that traffic slowed down for some time after the incident and barricades were put up to allow other vehicles to pass safely. CAR CATCHES FIRE ON NOIDA EXPRESSWAY, OCCUPANTS JUMP OUT TO SAVE THEMSELVES CRUCIAL READ MAN ARRESTED FOR IMPERSONATING AS JOURNALIST IN DELHI ALCOHOLIC MAN SLAUGHTERS WIFE DAUGHTER WITH AXE VANDE BHARAT TRIAL BETWEEN CHENNAI COIMBATORE HELD MAMATA RESPONSIBLE FOR VIOLENCE: BJP NOIDA: FIRE AT ADANI GROUP’S IN PROCESS DATA CENTRE New Delhi: Delhi Police has arrested a 52-year- old man impersonating as a journalist and extorting money from businessmen by threat- ening them to defame by posting fake news against them, police said adding that his son has also been arrested. Hyderabad: An alcoholic man murdered his wife and daughter in Tel- angana’s Jayashankar Bhupalapally district. The incident occurred in Bhupalapally municipality limits on Wednesday night. According to police, the accused killed his wife and daughter with an axe after an argument. Coimbatore: The Vande Bharat Express, which was on a trial run from Chennai to Coimbatore, reached here 22 minutes ahead of its scheduled time of 11.40 AM on Thursday, officials said. The train left Chennai at 5.40 AM and reached Coimbatore at 11.18 AM, in record five hours and 38 minutes. The BJP attacked Banerjee for the violence. “As Bengal’s CM and home minister, Mamata Banerjee is directly responsi- ble for violence. When over 10,000 processions were tak- en out, she was on a Dharna. When she should have looked after police management, she was doing politics,” BJP said. Noida: A fire broke out at the under-construction data centre building of Adani Group located in Noida Sector 62, which was later brought under control. The fire broke out on Wednesday night. According to the fire department, no casual- ties were reported in the incident, officials said. CBI raids to bust doctors and middlemen nexus in Delhi New Delhi: The CBI raidedlocationsinDelhi on Wednesday evening to expose a corruption case involving Safdur- jung hospital doctors and middlemen. “After the agency had received complaints related to a doctor and middlemen, raids in Delhi were con- ducted last evening to expose the nexus be- tween them. During raids, CBI found incre- ment documents related to corruption. Docu- mentshavebeenseized,” a CBI official said. “A few people including a doctor from the neuro- surgerydepartmentand middlemen have been apprehended by CBI,” official said. Narendra Modi @narendramodi Many best wishes to all the countrymen on the auspicious occasion of Ram Navami.
  • 8. कारायालर नगर पररषद्, पाली क्रमांक : प. 9 ()कृ.भू.रू / 2022-23 / 898 दिनांक : 26.03.2023 इस कारायालर में निम्न आवेदकों िे कृनि भूनम रूपान्तरण निरमों के अन्तरया्त उिके भूखण्ड के पट्टे चाहे हैं। इस संबध में नकसी वरक््त, संस्ा आनद को नकसी भी प्रकार की आपनति हो, ्तो नलनख्त प्रा्यािा-पत्र मर साक्र आपनति सूचिा पत्र के प्रकानि्त होिे के सा्त नदवस के भी्तर अधोहस्ताक्षरकतिाया को प्रस्ततु्त करें। निधायारर्त समरावनध उपरान्त नकसी भी प्रकार की आपनति मानर िहीं होरी और आवेदक को उसके द्ारा चाहे ररे भूखण्ड का पट्ा नवलेख दे नदरा जावेरा। क्र. सं. आवेिक का नाम योजना िस्ावेज पंजीकृ्, अपंजीकृ् व आवंटन मय दिनांक राजसव ग्ाम खसरा संखया भूखण्ड संखया क्ेत्रफल (वर्ग रज में) भूखण्ड की ससथिद् भूखण्ड का प्रकार उत्तर (N) िदक्ण (S) पूव्ग (E) पस्चिम (W) 1 उिाया िमाया / ओमप्रकाि मेघा हाई टटेक नसटी सवरं खा्तेदार पाली 2 584 / 1, 584 / 2, 584 / 4 231 200.00 भू. सं. 232 भू. सं. 230 अनर भूनम सड़क 30 फीट आवासीर 2 जतुरल नकिोर / भीमराज िमाया मेघा हाई टटेक नसटी सवरं खा्तेदार पाली 2 584 / 6 ए-10 166.66 सड़क 30 फीट भू. सं. ए-7 भू.सं. ए-11 भू. सं. ए-9 आवासीर 3 साररी / िा्तुराम सोसारटी िरर आवंटि 13.08.2009 पाली 1 250 जी-79 88.88 िा्तुराम का मकाि रास्ता रास्ता खाली भूनम आवासीर 4 अजरपाल नसंह / धिनसंह कृषणा िरर अपंजीकृ्त 20.11.2017 पाली 2 376 34-सी 125.28 रास्ता भू. सं. 35-सी अनर भूनम भू. सं. 34-बी आवासीर 5 प्रकाि कौर / अमिदीप नसंह लेक नसटी पंजीकृ्त 19.12.2022 पाली 1 213 123 133.33 अनर भूनम भू. सं. 124 सड़क 25 फीट भू. सं. 170 आवासीर 6 भर्त कुमार / िेमाराम श्ी हितुमाि िरर पंजीकृ्त 20.02.2023 पाली 2 394 77 125.00 भू. सं. 76 भू. सं. 78 भू. सं. 118 सड़क 25 फीट आवासीर 7 कंचिदेवी / राजतुनररी जैि िरर पंजीकृ्त 19.12.2022 पाली 2 616 54 138.88 सड़क 25 फीट अनर भूनम भू. सं. 55 भू. सं. 53 आवासीर 8 कलपेि कुमार / नकिोर कुमार क्डटेल नविारक रा्ड्डि पंजीकृ्त 10.08.2021 पाली 2 1500 29 का भार 66.66 भू. सं. 29 का भार भू. सं. 28 भू. सं. 30 सड़क 30 फीट आवासीर 9 कलपेि, दीपक कुमार / नकिोर कुमार क्डटेल नविारक रा्ड्डि पंजीकृ्त 10.08.2021 पाली 2 1500 32 का भार 266.61 अनर भूनम भू. सं. 32 का भार भू. सं. 31 सड़क 30 फीट आवासीर 10 दीपक कुमार / नकिोर कुमार क्डटेल नविारक रा्ड्डि पंजीकृ्त 10.08.2021 पाली 2 1500 29 का उतिरी भार 66.66 भू. सं. 32 का दनक्षणी भार भू. सं. 29 का दनक्षणी भार भू. सं. 30 सड़क 30 फीट आवासीर 11 राजेि के क्डटेल / नकिोर कुमार क्डटेल नविारक रा्ड्डि पंजीकृ्त 10.08.2021 पाली 2 1500 32 का दनक्षणी भार 66.66 भू. सं. 32 का उतिरी भार भू. सं. 29 का उतिरी भार भू. सं. 31 सड़क 30 फीट आवासीर 12 नवकास मण्डोल / अिोक कुमार मेघा हाई टटेक नसटी सवरं खा्तेदार पाली 2 584 / 1, 584 / 2, 584 / 4 114 166.66 भू. सं. 113 भू. सं. 115 भू. सं. 131 सड़क 30 फीट आवासीर 13 ओम प्रकाि / भीमराज िमाया मेघा हाई टटेक नसटी सवरं खा्तेदार पाली 2 584 / 6 ए-57 138.88 भू. सं. ए-56 भू. सं. ए-58 सड़क 30 फीट भू. सं. ए-66 आवासीर 14 जतुरल नकिोर / भीमराज िमाया मेघा हाई टटेक नसटी सवरं खा्तेदार पाली 2 584 / 1, 584 / 2, 584 / 4 54 111.11 भू. सं. 55 सड़क 40 फीट सड़क 30 फीट भू. सं. 53 आवासीर 15 जतुरल नकिोर / भीमराज िमाया मेघा हाई टटेक नसटी सवरं खा्तेदार पाली 2 584 / 6 ए-9 166.66 सड़क 30 फीट भू. सं. ए-8 भू. सं. ए-10 सड़क 30 फीट आवासीर 16 नकिोर कुमार / बंिीलाल श्ी रणेि िरर पंजीकृ्त 22.10.2008 पाली 1 1214 10 66.66 सड़क 25 फीट अनर भूनम भू. सं. 10 का भार भू. सं. 09 आवासीर 17 कमलीदेवी / पारसराम मेघा टाउि पंजीकृ्त 04.01.2021 पतुिार्ता 278 262 111.11 भू. सं. 261 भू. सं. 263 सड़क 30 फीट भू.़ सं. 275 आवासीर 18 सतरिारारण राकांव्त / पोकरदास जैि िरर अपंजीकृ्त 17.01.2007 पाली 2 616 139 166.66 भू. सं. 122 भू. सं. 140 अनर भूनम सड़क 25 फीट आवासीर 19 सतरिारारण राकांव्त / पोकरदास जैि िरर अपंजीकृ्त 19.03.2007 पाली 2 616 112 138.88 सड़क 30 फीट अनर खसरा भूनम भू. सं. 129 भू. सं. 111 आवासीर 20 सतरिारारण राकांव्त / पोकरदास जैि िरर अपंजीकृ्त 19.03.2007 पाली 2 616 129 138.88 सड़क 30 फीट अनर खसरा भूनम भू. सं. 130 भू. सं. 112 आवासीर 21 सतरिारारण राकांव्त / पोकरदास जैि िरर अपंजीकृ्त 05.08.2006 पाली 2 616 34 138.88 भू. सं. 33 भू. सं. 35 सड़क 30 फीट अनर भूनम आवासीर 22 सतरिारारण राकांव्त / पोकरदास जैि िरर अपंजीकृ्त 29़.09.2007 पाली 2 616 33 138.88 भू. सं. 32 भू. सं. 34 सड़क 30 फीट अनर भूनम आवासीर 23 मो. साकीर / अ. रहमाि ररीब िवाज कॉलोिी अपंजीकृ्त 03.10.1981 पाली 1 967 113 111.11 सड़क 20 फीट साबीर का मकाि मोइितुदीि का मकाि ितुर मो. का मकाि आवासीर 24 जतुकलफकार अली / जाफर अली नरू िासत्री िरर पंजीकृ्त 13.02.2023 पाली 1 914 113 111.11 सड़क 20 फीट भू. सं. 104 सड़क 20 फीट भू. सं. 112 आवासीर 25 िबिम बािो / िाहबतुदीि ररीब िवाज कॉलोिी अपंजीकृ्त 19.06.2010 पाली 1 967 89 का भार 55.55 सड़क 20 फीट सड़क 20 फीट मो. सलीम का मकाि मतुस्ताक अहमद का मकाि आवासीर 26 छोटु खां / रिी ररीब िवाज कॉलोिी अपंजीकृ्त 24.03.1989 पाली 1 967 142 111.11 इकबाल का मकाि सड़क 20 फीट इमराि का मकाि सौक्त का मकाि आवासीर 27 ईसमाईल / इसलामतुदीि आिापतुरा िरर पंजीकृ्त 30.11.2022 पाली 1 915, 916 71 का भार 66.66 भू. सं. 71 का भार रतुफराि का मकाि मो. रासीि का मकाि सड़क 20 फीट आवासीर 28 सीमा / बरक्त अली कादरी से्टर पंजीकृ्त 04.02.2022 पाली 1 1288 13 88.88 अनर भूनम सड़क 30 फीट भू. सं. 14 भू. सं. 12 आवासीर 29 समीम बािो / नसकनदर खाि ररीब िवाज कॉलोिी पंजीकृ्त 18.03.2014 पाली 1 967 95 66.66 ररराज का मकाि सड़क 20 फीट बरक्त भाई का मकाि भू. सं. 96 आवासीर 30 स्तीबाई / आसािदास रज्त िरर पंजीकृ्त 25.08.2022 पाली 1 847 206 111.11 भू. सं. 211 सड़क 25 फीट भू. सं. 207 भू. सं. 205 आवासीर 31 ितुर बािो / सरदार अली मौलािा आजाद िरर पंजीकृ्त 23.03.2021 मािपतुरा 23 82 111.11 भू. सं. 89 भू. सं. 87 सड़क 30 फीट भू. सं. 83 आवासीर 32 सवाईनसंह / पृथवीनसंह चारभतुजा नवहार पंजीकृ्त 28.11.2022 पाली 1 1295 03 105.50 भू. सं. 01 व 02 भू. सं. 04 लेखूमलंनसंधी की भूनम सड़क 30 फीट आवासीर 33 आमीि खाि / चांद मो. िाही बार नव. पंजीकृ्त 02.08.2022 पाली 1 1289 / 1 14-ए 66.66 भू. सं. 13 भू. सं. 14 का भार सड़क 30 फीट अनर भूनम आवासीर 34 उदीबाई / मोटाराम मेघवाल सोसारटी िरर आवंटि 31.03.1997 पाली 1 250 213 66.66 दलाराम का मकाि िंकुर का मकाि सड़क 23 फीट िंकुर का मकाि आवासीर 35 रारत्री / ितुभदराल सोमिा् िरर नव. पंजीकृ्त 17.02.2023 पाली 2 310 16 111.11 सड़क 20 फीट भू. सं. 12 भू. सं. 17 भू. सं. 15 आवासीर 36 महावीर / देवीचनद कटारररा सोमिा् िरर नव. पंजीकृ्त 14.03.2023 पाली 2 310 05 118.75 भू. सं. 06 भू. सं. 04 भू. सं. 03 व 07 सड़क 20 फीट आवासीर 37 महावीर / देवीचनद कटारररा सोमिा् िरर नव. पंजीकृ्त 14.03.2023 पाली 2 310 18 111.11 सड़क 20 फीट भू. सं. 10 अनर भूनम भू. सं. 17 आवासीर 38 महावीर / देवीचनद कटारररा सोमिा् िरर नव. पंजीकृ्त 14.03.2023 पाली 2 310 02 107.29 भू. सं. 08 सड़क 15 फीट भू. सं. 01 भू. सं. 03 आवासीर 39 महावीर / देवीचनद कटारररा सोमिा् िरर नव. पंजीकृ्त 14.03.2023 पाली 2 310 01 98.61 भू. सं. 09 सड़क 15 फीट अनर भूनम भू. सं. 02 आवासीर 40 रेखा िमाया / नज्तेनद्र िमाया मरूधर नकसाि केसरी िरर पंजीकृ्त 06.01.2023 पाली 1 186 / 1 97 व 98 111.11 भू. सं. 97 व 98 का भार सड़क 20 फीट भू.सं. 96 सड़क 20 फीट आवासीर 41 आकांिा िमाया / राजेनद्र िमाया मरूधर नकसाि केसरी िरर पंजीकृ्त 06.01.2023 पाली 1 186 / 1 97 व 98 111.11 भू. सं. 99 व 100 का भार भू. सं. 97 व 98 भू.सं. 96 सड़क 20 फीट आवासीर 42 प्रकािचनद / शराम सतुनदर जोिी श्ी कृषणा िरर पंजीकृ्त 20.02.2020 पाली 1 223 2-ए 138.88 भू. सं. 3-ए भू.़ सं. 2-ए भू. सं. 245ं सड़क 25 फीट आवासीर 43 देवद्त / शराम सतुनदर जोिी श्ी कृषणा िरर पंजीकृ्त 20.02.2020 पाली 1 223 243 138.88 अनर भूनम भू.़ सं. 244 भू. सं. 4-ए सड़क 25 फीट आवासीर 44 पदमराज राव / प्रहलादमल राव शराम िरर आवंटि 04.07.2009 पाली 1 250 293 46.66 भू. सं. 350 सड़क 30 फीट सड़क 18 फीट भू. सं. 292 आवासीर 45 धममी / रूपाराम बंजारा शराम िरर आवंटि 20.09.1986 पाली 1 250 91 188.88 बंिीलाल का मकाि कैलाि खटीक का मकाि िा्तुराम का मकाि सड़क आवासीर 46 अमृ्त कंवर / राघवेनद्र नसंह आिापूणाया टाउिनिप पंजीकृ्त 14.10.2021 पाली 1 781 05 400.00 सड़क 48 फीट 6 इंच सड़क 30 फीट भू. सं. 07 सड़क 09 फीट आवासीर 47 नवमला रौ्ड / रोनवनद नसंह जरदमबा िरर अपंजीकृ्त 17.12.2012 पाली 2 362 398 133.33 भू. सं. 397 भू. सं. 399 सड़क 30 फीट भू. सं. 367 आवासीर 48 हाजरी बािो / इंसाफ अली निव िरर पंजीकृ्त 24.11.2022 पाली 1 967 / 2 153 111.11 भू. सं. 154 भू. सं. 152 सड़क 15 फीट जानकर भाई का मकाि आवासीर 49 नवद्ा देवी / भैराराम नरू िक््त िरर अपंजीकृ्त 08.03.2017 पाली 2 661, 662, 663 278 111.11 भू. सं. 273 सड़क 20 फीट भू. सं. 279 भू. सं. 277 आवासीर 50 नकिोर कुमार / रोपाराम नरू िक््त िरर अपंजीकृ्त 03.05.2009 पाली 2 661, 662, 663 841 111.11 सड़क 20 फीट अनर भूनम भू. सं. 840 सड़क 20 फीट आवासीर 51 बद्री नसंह / बख्तावर नसंह नरू िक््त िरर अपंजीकृ्त 20.12.1993 पाली 2 661, 662, 663 124 111.11 भू. सं. 125 भू. सं. 126 भू. सं. 147 सड़क 20 फीट आवासीर 52 सतुनमत्रा देवी / लक्मण िक््त िरर अपंजीकृ्त 15.04.2009 पाली 2 661, 662, 663 264 111.11 भू. सं. 265 भू. सं. 263 सड़क 20 फीट भू. सं. 287 आवासीर 53 रर्ततु सोिी / बजरंर सोिी नरू िक््त िरर पंजीकृ्त 07.01.2022 पाली 2 661, 662, 663 376 111.11 भू. सं. 377 भू. सं. 375 सड़क 25 फीट भू.सं. 369 आवासीर 54 मतुन्ीदेवी / प्रकाि नरू िक््त िरर अपंजीकृ्त 21.10.2021 पाली 2 661, 662, 663 293 205.55 सड़क 20 फीट अनर भूनम भू. सं. 294 अनर भूनम आवासीर 55 सज्जिलाल / मोहिलाल नरू िक््त िरर अपंजीकृ्त 10.09.1993 पाली 2 661, 662, 663 52 111.11 भू. सं. 53 भू. सं. 51 सड़क 20 फीट भू.सं. 25 आवासीर 56 कंचि / कालूराम नरू िक््त िरर पंजीकृ्त 29.05.1997 पाली 2 661, 662, 663 मकाि 66.66 िा्ूराम का मकाि रास्ता रास्ता िा्ूराम का मकाि आवासीर 57 कंचि / र्तिलाल नरू िक््त िरर पंजीकृ्त 30.01.2020 पाली 2 661, 662, 663 105 111.11 सड़क 20 फीट भू. सं. 115 भू. सं. 106 भू. सं. 104 आवासीर 58 िांन्तदेवी / कनहैरा लाल नरू िक््त िरर पंजीकृ्त 17.02.2020 पाली 2 661, 662, 663 185 111.11 भू. सं. 186 भू. सं. 184 भू. सं. 168 सड़क 20 फीट आवासीर 59 जेठाराम / विाजी नरू िक््त िरर पंजीकृ्त 30.03.2016 पाली 2 661, 662, 663 821 111.11 सड़क 20 फीट भू. सं. 820 भू. सं. 822 सड़क 20 फीट आवासीर 60 रेखा / अिोक कुमार नरू िक््त िरर पंजीकृ्त 01.08.2022 पाली 2 661, 662, 663 701 106.67 भू.सं. 700 भू. सं. 702 अनर भूनम सड़क 20 फीट आवासीर 61 लीला / कािाराम नरू िक््त िरर पंजीकृ्त 12.10.2022 पाली 2 661, 662, 663 531 111.11 भू.सं. 532 सड़क 30 फीट भू. सं. 530 सड़क 27 फीट आवासीर 62 कािाराम / चेिाराम नरू िक््त िरर पंजीकृ्त 12.10.2022 पाली 2 661, 662, 663 532 111.11 भू.सं. 533 भू. सं. 531 भू. सं. 529 सड़क 25 फीट आवासीर आयुक् नरर पररषद् पाली आपदत्त सूचिना JAIPUR | FRIDAY, MARCH 31, 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 Ex-servicemen to gather in Vaishali Ngr for Job Fair today Distribution of prasad resumes at Govind Devji Police nab three brothers operating a gang of thieves, recover `37.81L Six accused in the custody of Barmer Police. First India Bureau Jaipur: Directorate General Resettle- ment (DGR), Depart- ment of Ex-Service- men Welfare, Minis- try of Defence is or- ganizing an Employ- ment Seminar/Job Fair on Friday at Maan Palace, Gandhi Path, Vaishali Nagar, Jaipur to provide as- sistance to Ex-Ser- vicemens for Re-Em- ployment/Resettle- ment. The event wil start 8 AM onwards. The job fair is aimed at providing direct and instant in- teraction between the eligible Ex-Ser- vicemen (Job-Seek- ers) and Corporates/ Employers (Job pro- viders) on common platform. The event is being organized in collaboration with Confederation of In- dian Industry for maximum benefit of the Ex-Servicemens. Dinesh Tiwari Jaipur: The prasad distribution at Go- vind Devji temple, which had stopped during the pandem- ic, resumed on Thursday. Minister Mahesh Joshi dis- tributed prasad at the temple. Devotees will now be able to regularly get prasad at the temple. Mukesh Mathrani Barmer: In a recent special operation, the Barmer police have busted a gang of thieves operated by three brothers. The police have success- fullyapprehendedthe accusedandhavealso uncovered several theft incidents, in- cluding a recent one in which the accused stole 42.65 lakhs. So far, the police have recovered Rs 37.81 lakhs from the ac- cused and also seized one pistol and four bullets, said Digant Anand, Barmer SP. The accused have been identified as He- maram Jat, Hanu- manram Jat, Sukh- ram Jat, Mohanlal Jat, Kanwraram Jat, and Chandan Giri. According to the po- lice, Hemaram, Ha- numanram, and Sukhram, who are real brothers, oper- ate the gang.
  • 9. Naresh Sharma Jaipur: Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot while sharing his vision 2030 on Thursday said that maximum awareness should be spread about the schemes of the State Government so that no eligible person in the State is deprived of its benefits. “Today the schemes of the State Govern- ment are the subject of discussion in the whole country . The innova- tions made in the state in public welfare are unique. It is our respon- sibility to take their ben- efits to every needy . Just as the common man went ahead and contrib- uted in realising the concept of no one sleeps hungryinCovid19man- agement, similarly, it is our duty to ensure that no one is deprived of the benefitsof theschemes,” Gehlot said and called upon the common man to contribute in making Rajasthan the number one state by 2030. “Work is being done keepinginmindthegoal of prosperity of every family of the state by 2030 so that every Ra- jasthani can come in the front line of the coun- try ,” he said while ad- dressing the beneficiary festival organised in JaipuronRajasthanDay on Thursday . He said that along with free education, wa- ter, electricity , ration, health insurance, cheap- er gas cylinders etc., 1 crore people are being benefited by public wel- fare schemes of the state government. “Along with this, Ra- jasthan ranks second in the country with an eco- nomic growth rate of 11.04percent.Boththese achievements have be- come possible at the same time because of the public money being spent by the state gov- ernment in public inter- est. 19 new districts have been created in Ra- jasthan, so that better governance can be given through smaller admin- istrative units,” he said. PCC Chief Govind Singh Dotasra said that the State Government is working to serve the poor considering them as Ganesha. The Chief Minister also interacted with the beneficiaries from across the state. About 2 lakh beneficiaries from all the districts of the state were connected to the event through VC. Naresh Sharma Ziauddin Khan Jaipur: After the MoU signing between the Rajasthan Cricket As- sociation and Hindu- stan Zinc Limited to build the worlds third largest cricket stadium in Chonp village of Jaipur district here on Thursday, RCA presi- dent Vaibhav Gehlot highlighted the history and achievements of RCA. He hoped that similar support would be forthcoming for the construction work of the second phase and also thanked the State Government for allot- ting 100 acres of land for the stadium at con- cessional rates. The MoU was signed by Bhawani Shankar Samota, Honorary Sec- retary, Rajasthan Cricket Association and Arun Misra, CEO Hindustan Zinc in the presence of Dr CP Joshi, Speaker, Ra- jasthan Vidhan Sabha and Chief Patron, RCA, Priya Agarwal Hebbar, Chairperson, Hindustan Zinc and Non-Executive Direc- tor, Vedanta Ltd. and Vaibhav Gehlot, Presi- dent, Rajasthan Crick- et Association. Dr CP Joshi ex- pressed happiness at the generous offer from HZL and signing of the MoU. “This will accom- plish the long felt dream of construction of a modern Interna- tional Cricket Stadium at Jaipur. The stadium will develop the talent of new players,” he said while thanking Anil Agarwal and Pri- ya Agarwal Hebbar for their support and MOU for 1st Phase of Stadi- um. He hoped the 2nd Phase of the stadium would also be support- ed by Vedanta. Change is a part of life. The man who adapts to change and embraces it, will make a success of his life. —Dr Jagdeesh Chandra, CEO Editor-in-Chief, First India JAIPUR | FRIDAY, MARCH 31, 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 Vaibhav hails Govt for allotting land at cheaper rates MOU INKED FOR CHONP CRICKET STADIUM Promoted by FS Township LLP CMSHARES‘VISION2030’ONRAJDAY lCalls for spreading maximum awareness about schemes of the State Government lInteracts virtually with over 2L people of the State during the Beneficiary Festival Stadium will develop talent of new players, says Assembly Speaker Dr CP Joshi First India Bureau Jaipur: A delegation from Shahpura in Bhilwara on Thursday reached the Chief Min- ister’s residence and thanked the Chief Min- ister for the announce- ment of making Shah- pura a district. The Chief Minister congrat- ulated the people from the region for the for- mation of a new district and said that after the formation of the dis- trict, opening of new offices will facilitate the common man. “Every section of people are getting ben- efitted by the schemes of the state govern- ment. In the field of health, the Chief Min- ister Chiranjeevi Health Insurance Scheme is a topic of discussion in the whole country. With this scheme, the common man has got freedom from the worry of ex- pensive treatment. Un- der this, treatment up to Rs 25 lakh is being provided free of cost to the people of the state,” Gehlot said. “In order to give re- lief to the common peo- ple in the state from in- flation, the state govern- ment has made a provi- sion to give gas cylin- ders to 76 lakh families injustRs.500,”theChief Minister added. Aishwary Pradhan Jaipur: The BJP high command is likely to decide soon on appoint- ing the Leader of the Opposition, Deputy Leader of the Opposi- tion and Chief Whip in Rajasthan. The month of April is considered crucial for these appointments and a decision on these three posts is very much likely to be taken in the coming days. Al- though, Dalit leader Jogeshwar Garg is al- ready the Chief Whip. Sourcesinformedthat the party will try to bal- ance caste equations in the upcoming appoint- ments in the party or- ganisation. It is believed that Deputy Leader of Opposition Rajendra Rathore may be appoint- ed leader of the opposi- tion in the state assem- bly . Similarly , former State BJP President Sat- ish Poonia may also be given an important post intheorganisation.Mal- pura MLA Kanhaiyalal Chaudhary , BJP leader Anita Bhadel, Kalich- aranSaraf andPushpen- dra Bali may also figure in the list of appointees. First India Bureau Jaipur: BJP state core committee meeting will be held on April 2 to discuss various or- ganisational and politi- cal issues. BJP state president CPJoshi,statein-charge Arun Singh, Co-in- charge Vijaya Rahatkar, Deputy Leader of Oppo- sitionRajendraRathore, Union Ministers Bhu- pendra Yadav, Arjun RamMeghwal,GSShek- hawat, ex-CM Vasund- hara Raje, senior lead- ers Om Mathur and Alka Gurjar will be pre- sentduringthemeeting. Discussions on issues related to organisation and regarding strategy to corner the state gov- ernment will be held in the meeting. Joshi will reach Jaipur by late night tomorrow and will stay in Jaipur for 3 days. First India Bureau Jaipur: March 31 will be the last date for ap- plication in 27 residen- tial and one commer- cial scheme of the Ra- jasthan Housing Board being brought forward in 17 cities of the State. People can apply till thelastdateforschemes related to more than 4500 houses and 132 showrooms. Notably ,theindepend- ent housing scheme has come in Jaipur after a long time and a large numberof peopleareap- plying in these schemes which were launched by UDH minister Shanti Dhariwal on March 1. First India Bureau Jaipur: For effective implementation of the Right to Information (RTI) Act, a bench of the Information Com- mission will now be es- tablished in Jodhpur. Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot has approved the proposal for estab- lishment of the bench. He has also approved 12 new posts and neces- sary financial provision for the operation of the office. In these new posts, one post is that of Information Commis- sioner, whose appoint- ment will be done as per the rules. Apart from this, one post each of Personal Assistant, Reader, Information Assistant, 2 posts of Senior Assistant and 3 each of Junior Assis- tant and Class IV em- ployees are included. Abhishek Shrivastava Jaipur: Although the duration of Prashasan Shehron ke Sang cam- paign was until March 31, the government has decided to extend the campaign by six months to issue more leases to people. During this period, a target of issuing 10 lakh leases was set. But ac- cording to data until March 28, local bodies issued only 6 lakh 91 thousand 779 leases. The Departmentof Self-Gov- ernment recently con- ducted a comprehensive survey and it came to light that there are about eight lakh fami- lies across the state who have not yet received leases of their plots. Division-wise review meetings will be chaired by UDH Minis- ter Shanti Dhariwal. Shubham Jain Pushkar: Congress in- charge for Rajasthan Sukhjinder Singh Randhawa on Thursday said that the character and face of the Bharati- ya Janata Party has been exposed in front of the public that there is a difference between their words and actions. Randhawa,whiletalk- ing to reporters in Push- kar, said that the dis- qualification of Rahul Gandhi from Lok Sabha is a conspiracy hatched by the BJP. He said that theCentralGovernment has taken this step be- cause of the questions raised by Rahul Gandhi on the Adani issue. He said that Rahul Gandhi is the son of a martyr and he is stand- ing with the people against injustice, which is not being liked by the BJP and the Central Government. Jaipur: Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot will be addressing Congress workers in Bharat- pur and Ajmer districts on Fri- day. He is scheduled to depart from Jaipur at 10 am and take a meeting of Congress work- ers in the Bharatpur division at 11 am. He will reach Ajmer at 2:45 pm to address party workers at Jawahar School Stadium. Gehlot is scheduled to reach Jaipur at 5:30 pm. Jaipur: Sujangarh MLA Manoj Meghwal met Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot regarding the demand of making Sujla district. Meghwal has demanded CM Gehlot to include Sujangarh, Ladnun, Bidasar and Ratangarh in Sujala district. The MLA said that after the announcement of 19 districts, there is an- ger among the people of the area, so Sujla district should be made. He also handed over the letter of support for the de- mand of Sujla district by Ladnun MLA Mukesh Bhakar to the CM. During the meeting, Congress state in-charge Sukhjinder Singh Randhawa, PCC Chief Govind Singh Dotasara, MLA Raghu Sharma were also present. —Tanuj Lata Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot addresses a gathering during the Beneficiary Festival on the occasion of Rajasthan Day, at Durgapura in Jaipur on Thursday. Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot, GS Dotasra, Kunji Lal Meena and others during the Beneficiary Festival in Jaipur on Thursday. Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot addresses the people from newly formed Shahpura district, at CMR in Jaipur on Thursday. Dr CP Joshi, Vaibhav Gehlot, Arun Misra, Priya Agarwal Hebbar, GS Sandhu and others during the MoU signing ceremony in Jaipur on Thursday. —PHOTO BY SANTOSH SHARMA Sukhjinder Singh Randhawa, Dharmendra Rathore and others offer prayers at Brahma Temple. —PHOTO BY ANAND SHARMA Raj Information Commission bench in Jodhpur gets CM approval Target not met, Govt extends PSKS campaign by six months Rahul disqualified for questioning Centre on Adani issue: Randhawa CM ADDRESS IN B’PUR AND AJMER TODAY It is the biggest cricket playing field in the world, is one of the world’s biggest Cricket stadiums with a seating capacity of 75,000. (2nd largest in India and 3rd largest in the world), spread over 100 acres (4,04,685 sqm) biggest playing area and is well connected via Delhi- Jaipur Express Highway. The stadium facilities will be spread across 100 acres and have a seating capacity of over 75,000. In terms of the size of the playing field area this stadium would be the largest in the world. HIGHLIGHTS OF THE NEW STADIUM Shahpura delegation thanks CM Gehlot post district formation Come April, filling of Oppn leader, Dy LoP, Chief Whip posts likely Application window for various RHB schemes in 17 cities closes today MLA MANOJ MEGHWAL MEETS CM DEMANDING SUJLA DISTRICT, SUBMITS SUPPORT LETTER BJP state core panel to discuss strategy against Govt on April 2 JP Nadda@JPNadda Hearty greetings to all the residents of Rajasthan on the occasion of ‘Rajasthan Day’, the holy land of bravery, art and culture. On this occasion, I wish for the protection, promotion and prosperity of the people of this supernatural culture.
  • 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 | FRIDAY, MARCH 31, 2023 THE PERFECT STYLE City First highlights the mindboggling collection of designer Hardik Patel showcased at the Jaipur Couture Show, held at The Palace from March 13 to March 15! he three-day Jaipur Couture Show, presented by First India and Bharat24- Vision of New India was or- ganised at The Palace on Ajmer Highway from March 13 to March 15. Jagdeesh Chandra graced the occasion as the chief guest and ap- preciated the designer, Hardik Patel for his ex- quisite collection de- signed under the brand Neelja. Neelja present- ed the very rare Dhabu print and Ajrakh col- lection with modern- ized design with an aim of promoting the arti- sanal heritage to the next generation of youth.Neelja is a well- renowned brand based in Akola, Chittorgarh, Rajasthan. The brand is powered by Crafti- fly Producer Com- pany Limited and sponsored by the De- velopment Commis- sioner of Handicrafts. The brand specialises in Indigo Dabu Print- ing and Block Printing techniques. It is also known for creating cre- ative handcrafted ap- parel and home décor items. The skilled arti- sans at Neelja create exquisite handmade designs using tradi- tional printing tech- niques. Neelja’s cloth- ing line showcased sa- rees, kurtas, dresses and jackets all crafted with utmost care. Neel- ja’s products are cher- ished by customers worldwide for their beauty, durability and unmatched quality . T SHUBHANSHI PATHAK cityfirst@firstindia.co.in QUOTIENT Top to Bottom: Soni, Rishika and Sneha Gaurav Gaur and Charvi with the models during the ramp walk Top to Bottom: Navya, Charvi and Rutvi Arzoo, Harshita, Sheena, Karishma and Navya