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  • BJP Leader Who Defeated Sachin Pilot Collapses During Meeting With Amit Shah In Rajasthan

    BJP Leader Who Defeated Sachin Pilot Collapses During Meeting With Amit Shah In Rajasthan

    As soon as he got up to speak, he blacked out. A senior BJP leader and former minister in the NDA government, Sanwarlal Jat, collapsed during a meeting of lawmakers with BJP national president Amit Shah, who arrived on Friday for his three-day tour of Rajasthan.

  • Rajasthan Recommends CBI Probe Into Gangster Anand Pal Singh's Encounter

    Rajasthan Recommends CBI Probe Into Gangster Anand Pal Singh's Encounter

    A week after violence in Rajasthan's Nagaur over the encounter of gangster Anand Pal Singh, the state government today accepted the demand of the protesters and said it has recommended to the Central Bureau of Investigation or CBI to probe the killing.

  • Clashes Over Rajasthan Gangster Whose Family Has Kept His Body In Freezer

    Clashes Over Rajasthan Gangster Whose Family Has Kept His Body In Freezer

    A man was killed and over 20 policemen were injured in Rajasthan's Nagaur as clashes erupted yesterday during protests over the death of a gangster whose body has been kept in a freezer for nearly three weeks. Anand Pal Singh's family has refused to cremate him and demanded a CBI inquiry into his death in an encounter with the police on June 24.

  • Humiliated, Say Rajasthan Families; 1.5 Lakh Homes Stamped 'I Am Poor'

    Humiliated, Say Rajasthan Families; 1.5 Lakh Homes Stamped 'I Am Poor'

    Painted in red in big Hindi letters on 1.5 lakh homes in Dausa is the declaration "I am poor", the yellow background facilitating the prominence of the slogan.

  • Officials Were Clicking Defecating Women. Man Objected, Is Now Dead

    Officials Were Clicking Defecating Women. Man Objected, Is Now Dead

    A 55-year-old man in Rajasthan was beaten to death allegedly by civic officials after he stopped them from clicking photographs of women defecating in open space. A case of murder has been registered against the accused and three people have arrested, police said.

  • How This Homeless Woman Was Thrashed In Rajasthan

    How This Homeless Woman Was Thrashed In Rajasthan

    A homeless woman was mercilessly thrashed by two men armed with a thick rubber pipe along the highway in Rajasthan's Nagaur district this week. Every time the stick pounded her, she screamed in pain pleading to be spared. But her cries, according to a widely shared video of the assault, seemed to encourage the two men who forced her to repeat after...

  • RSS-Backed Farmers' Body Protests in Rajasthan, Takes On BJP Government

    RSS-Backed Farmers' Body Protests in Rajasthan, Takes On BJP Government

    Walking right into the middle of the farmers' protests that have spilled into Rajasthan from neighbouring Madhya Pradesh, the RSS-backed Bharatiya Kisan Sangh on Thursday started indefinite protests at the state's eight divisional headquarters including a sit-in right in the heart of the capital Jaipur with a long list of demands including a loan w...

  • Activist Nikhil Dey Sentenced To Jail In 20-Year-Old Case In Rajasthan

    Activist Nikhil Dey Sentenced To Jail In 20-Year-Old Case In Rajasthan

    Activist Nikhil Dey and four others have been sentenced to four months in jail by a court in Rajasthan after being convicted of "trespass and hurt" in a 20-year-old case.

  • Rajasthan Vigilantes Try To Burn Truck Of Cows Meant For Central Scheme

    Rajasthan Vigilantes Try To Burn Truck Of Cows Meant For Central Scheme

    A group of officials from Tamil Nadu were attacked on the highway in Rajasthan last night by a mob of around 50 people, while they were taking cows they had bought in Jaisalmer to the state for a Central breeding programme.

  • Army Doctor Arrested In Recruitment Racket Busted In Rajasthan

    Army Doctor Arrested In Recruitment Racket Busted In Rajasthan

    An Army doctor posted at its recruitment office in Jodhpur has been arrested for links with a gang of touts that helped candidates clear their medical examination. Lieutenant Colonel Dr Jagjit Puri's name had cropped up during questioning of four touts arrested in May for extorting money from candidates who promised success in army recruitment rall...

  • Five Pak Nationals Arrested From Restricted Area In Rajasthan's Barmer

    Five Pak Nationals Arrested From Restricted Area In Rajasthan's Barmer

    Two men and a woman and two children were arrested in Rajasthan's Barmer after they were found wandering in an area where entry is restricted. It appeared to be a family from Pakistan, which had crossed over to visit their relations, said the local police.

  • No Network So Minister Arjun Ram Meghwal Had To Climb Ladder And Tree To Make A Call

    No Network So Minister Arjun Ram Meghwal Had To Climb Ladder And Tree To Make A Call

    Union Minister Arjun Meghwal was forced to climb a tree for a clearer mobile phone signal as he experienced firsthand the ground realities of the Digital India dream at a village in Rajasthan. On Sunday, the Minister of State for Finance was visiting a village in his parliamentary constituency Bikaner as part of a media campaign when he lost the ne...

  • Big Blow For Lalit Modi Clan As CP Joshi Wins Rajasthan Cricket Association Elections

    Big Blow For Lalit Modi Clan As CP Joshi Wins Rajasthan Cricket Association Elections

    Lalit Modi's ambitions of returning to Rajasthan cricket were scuttled by the loss.

  • Peacocks Don't Have Sex, Says Judge Who Recommended Cow As National Animal

    Peacocks Don't Have Sex, Says Judge Who Recommended Cow As National Animal

    A Rajasthan High Court judge who recommended that the cow be declared the national animal of India shared a baffling view on the national bird peacock, as he described both the species as "pious".

  • Make Cow National Animal, Recommends Judge, Calling It 'Voice Of My Soul'

    Make Cow National Animal, Recommends Judge, Calling It 'Voice Of My Soul'

    A judge of the Rajasthan High Court today recommended that the cow be declared the national animal of India and also that punishment in the state for cow slaughter be increased from the current 10 years' imprisonment to a life term.

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'Harsha Kumari Singh' - 462 News Result(s)

  • BJP Leader Who Defeated Sachin Pilot Collapses During Meeting With Amit Shah In Rajasthan

    BJP Leader Who Defeated Sachin Pilot Collapses During Meeting With Amit Shah In Rajasthan

    As soon as he got up to speak, he blacked out. A senior BJP leader and former minister in the NDA government, Sanwarlal Jat, collapsed during a meeting of lawmakers with BJP national president Amit Shah, who arrived on Friday for his three-day tour of Rajasthan.

  • Rajasthan Recommends CBI Probe Into Gangster Anand Pal Singh's Encounter

    Rajasthan Recommends CBI Probe Into Gangster Anand Pal Singh's Encounter

    A week after violence in Rajasthan's Nagaur over the encounter of gangster Anand Pal Singh, the state government today accepted the demand of the protesters and said it has recommended to the Central Bureau of Investigation or CBI to probe the killing.

  • Clashes Over Rajasthan Gangster Whose Family Has Kept His Body In Freezer

    Clashes Over Rajasthan Gangster Whose Family Has Kept His Body In Freezer

    A man was killed and over 20 policemen were injured in Rajasthan's Nagaur as clashes erupted yesterday during protests over the death of a gangster whose body has been kept in a freezer for nearly three weeks. Anand Pal Singh's family has refused to cremate him and demanded a CBI inquiry into his death in an encounter with the police on June 24.

  • Humiliated, Say Rajasthan Families; 1.5 Lakh Homes Stamped 'I Am Poor'

    Humiliated, Say Rajasthan Families; 1.5 Lakh Homes Stamped 'I Am Poor'

    Painted in red in big Hindi letters on 1.5 lakh homes in Dausa is the declaration "I am poor", the yellow background facilitating the prominence of the slogan.

  • Officials Were Clicking Defecating Women. Man Objected, Is Now Dead

    Officials Were Clicking Defecating Women. Man Objected, Is Now Dead

    A 55-year-old man in Rajasthan was beaten to death allegedly by civic officials after he stopped them from clicking photographs of women defecating in open space. A case of murder has been registered against the accused and three people have arrested, police said.

  • How This Homeless Woman Was Thrashed In Rajasthan

    How This Homeless Woman Was Thrashed In Rajasthan

    A homeless woman was mercilessly thrashed by two men armed with a thick rubber pipe along the highway in Rajasthan's Nagaur district this week. Every time the stick pounded her, she screamed in pain pleading to be spared. But her cries, according to a widely shared video of the assault, seemed to encourage the two men who forced her to repeat after...

  • RSS-Backed Farmers' Body Protests in Rajasthan, Takes On BJP Government

    RSS-Backed Farmers' Body Protests in Rajasthan, Takes On BJP Government

    Walking right into the middle of the farmers' protests that have spilled into Rajasthan from neighbouring Madhya Pradesh, the RSS-backed Bharatiya Kisan Sangh on Thursday started indefinite protests at the state's eight divisional headquarters including a sit-in right in the heart of the capital Jaipur with a long list of demands including a loan w...

  • Activist Nikhil Dey Sentenced To Jail In 20-Year-Old Case In Rajasthan

    Activist Nikhil Dey Sentenced To Jail In 20-Year-Old Case In Rajasthan

    Activist Nikhil Dey and four others have been sentenced to four months in jail by a court in Rajasthan after being convicted of "trespass and hurt" in a 20-year-old case.

  • Rajasthan Vigilantes Try To Burn Truck Of Cows Meant For Central Scheme

    Rajasthan Vigilantes Try To Burn Truck Of Cows Meant For Central Scheme

    A group of officials from Tamil Nadu were attacked on the highway in Rajasthan last night by a mob of around 50 people, while they were taking cows they had bought in Jaisalmer to the state for a Central breeding programme.

  • Army Doctor Arrested In Recruitment Racket Busted In Rajasthan

    Army Doctor Arrested In Recruitment Racket Busted In Rajasthan

    An Army doctor posted at its recruitment office in Jodhpur has been arrested for links with a gang of touts that helped candidates clear their medical examination. Lieutenant Colonel Dr Jagjit Puri's name had cropped up during questioning of four touts arrested in May for extorting money from candidates who promised success in army recruitment rall...

  • Five Pak Nationals Arrested From Restricted Area In Rajasthan's Barmer

    Five Pak Nationals Arrested From Restricted Area In Rajasthan's Barmer

    Two men and a woman and two children were arrested in Rajasthan's Barmer after they were found wandering in an area where entry is restricted. It appeared to be a family from Pakistan, which had crossed over to visit their relations, said the local police.

  • No Network So Minister Arjun Ram Meghwal Had To Climb Ladder And Tree To Make A Call

    No Network So Minister Arjun Ram Meghwal Had To Climb Ladder And Tree To Make A Call

    Union Minister Arjun Meghwal was forced to climb a tree for a clearer mobile phone signal as he experienced firsthand the ground realities of the Digital India dream at a village in Rajasthan. On Sunday, the Minister of State for Finance was visiting a village in his parliamentary constituency Bikaner as part of a media campaign when he lost the ne...

  • Big Blow For Lalit Modi Clan As CP Joshi Wins Rajasthan Cricket Association Elections

    Big Blow For Lalit Modi Clan As CP Joshi Wins Rajasthan Cricket Association Elections

    Lalit Modi's ambitions of returning to Rajasthan cricket were scuttled by the loss.

  • Peacocks Don't Have Sex, Says Judge Who Recommended Cow As National Animal

    Peacocks Don't Have Sex, Says Judge Who Recommended Cow As National Animal

    A Rajasthan High Court judge who recommended that the cow be declared the national animal of India shared a baffling view on the national bird peacock, as he described both the species as "pious".

  • Make Cow National Animal, Recommends Judge, Calling It 'Voice Of My Soul'

    Make Cow National Animal, Recommends Judge, Calling It 'Voice Of My Soul'

    A judge of the Rajasthan High Court today recommended that the cow be declared the national animal of India and also that punishment in the state for cow slaughter be increased from the current 10 years' imprisonment to a life term.

  • 4 Sikhs Beaten Up In Rajasthan Village, Probe Ordered As Video Goes Viral

    4 Sikhs Beaten Up In Rajasthan Village, Probe Ordered As Video Goes Viral

    A mob drags four Sikh men out of a Bolero SUV and thrashes them mercilessly. Some villagers watch sullenly, others kick one of the four who has fallen and is lying face down. Next to him, the widely-shared video of the mob violence in Rajasthan's Ajmer last month shows another elderly man groaning as he too appears unable to get up.

  • 5 Arrested For Shooting Man In Front Of Pregnant Wife In Jaipur

    5 Arrested For Shooting Man In Front Of Pregnant Wife In Jaipur

    Five people have been arrested for allegedly shooting dead a man in front of his pregnant wife at their home in Jaipur. Amit Nair and his wife Mamata Chaudhary were having tea at their home on the morning of May 17, when Mamata's parents along with hired killers, barged into the house, asked for Amit, and shot him at point blank range, police said.

  • Rajasthan Catches Chill As GST Puts Pricey Hotels On Top Tax Bracket

    Rajasthan Catches Chill As GST Puts Pricey Hotels On Top Tax Bracket

    The high rate of Goods and Services Tax to the hotel industry has brought a chill to Rajastha, the desert state that probably draws the most tourists that come to India. On an average 1.5 million foreign tourists visit Rajasthan every year, that's about 20 per cent of the total number of foreign tourists that visit the country.

  • Country's Biggest Solar Park In Rajasthan, At The Heart Of India's Clean Energy Push

    Country's Biggest Solar Park In Rajasthan, At The Heart Of India's Clean Energy Push

    Bhadla village on the fringes of the Thar Desert about 200 km from Rajasthan's famed Jodhpur city wasn't on the tourist map and nobody ever went there. It only made headlines for extreme heat, temperatures that went up to 52 degrees in the summer. But the sun's bounty is now helping change the lives of the people. It is the heart of India's clean e...

  • Husband Shot Before Her Eyes, Jaipur Woman Accuses Parents Of Murder

    Husband Shot Before Her Eyes, Jaipur Woman Accuses Parents Of Murder

    A young, pregnant woman from Jaipur says she saw her husband murdered. Her parents, who had come calling at time, had hired the killers, she alleged.

  • Jaipur’s All-Women Police Squad To Set Eve-Teasers Right

    Jaipur’s All-Women Police Squad To Set Eve-Teasers Right

    An all-women police patrol team with 52 cops is ready to give eve-teasers a hard time in Jaipur. The squad, deployed at over 200 check-points in the city, will patrol on two-wheelers to help women and girls in distress. The women cops are trained in martial arts and are equipped with batons, wireless sets, first-aid kids and search lights to face a...

  • Now, All-Women Cops Squad In Jaipur To Make City Roads Safe

    Now, All-Women Cops Squad In Jaipur To Make City Roads Safe

    In an initiative similar to the Uttar Pradesh's anti-Romeo squad, an all-women team of 52 cops, trained in martial arts, equipped with batons and wireless sets will be deployed at 200 checkpoints on Japiur streets to make the city safe for women.

  • Why These Rural Women In Rajasthan Want Aadhaar

    Why These Rural Women In Rajasthan Want Aadhaar

    Rajasthan is among the first few states in the country that has gone almost completely online for the transfer of social security benefits to the poor by linking them with the Aadhaar card and then its own unique card, called Bhamashah.

  • 100% In JEE Main Exam: Meet The Udaipur Wunderkid

    100% In JEE Main Exam: Meet The Udaipur Wunderkid

    Kalpit Veerval will go down in history as the first person to land a perfect score in the JEE (Joint Entrance Examination) Main to qualify for the prestigious IITs and other engineering colleges in the country. The 17-year-old from Rajasthan's Udaipur topped the exam with a 100% score of 360/360

  • Vasundhara Raje Breaks Silence On Alwar Dairy Farmer's Killing

    Vasundhara Raje Breaks Silence On Alwar Dairy Farmer's Killing

    Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje has finally broken her silence on Pehlu Khan, a 55-year-old farmer who was beaten to death earlier this month by suspected cow vigilantes in Alwar.

  • Couple Paraded Naked In Rajasthan, Cops Act After Video Goes Viral

    Couple Paraded Naked In Rajasthan, Cops Act After Video Goes Viral

    A young man and a woman were mercilessly beaten and tortured and paraded naked in a Rajasthan village because they had eloped. The 20-year-old woman was sexually assaulted and brutalised with a stick. 18 people have been arrested after videos of the attack went viral.

  • 'Beautiful Complexion' To Be An Entrepreneur, Says Rajasthan Textbook

    'Beautiful Complexion' To Be An Entrepreneur, Says Rajasthan Textbook

    A proposed textbook under Rajasthan's new curriculum for schools has tips for students who want to be entrepreneurs except for some problematic details. The textbook that is yet to go into print includes a chapter on skill development which lists desirable traits for a successful entrepreneur - among which is 'good height and beautiful complexion'.

  • By-Election Results 2017: BJP Wins Rajasthan's Dholpur, Murder Convict's Wife Shobha Rani Kushwaha Is Candidate

    By-Election Results 2017: BJP Wins Rajasthan's Dholpur, Murder Convict's Wife Shobha Rani Kushwaha Is Candidate

    The ruling BJP in Rajasthan won the Dholpur seat by a record margin on Thursday, in a boost to the party and Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje Scindia. The winning candidate, Shobha Rani Kushwaha, is the wife of BL Kushwaha, who held the seat until he was convicted of murder and disqualified.

  • Rajasthan's Animal Markets Take A Hit Over Gau Rakshak Violence

    Rajasthan's Animal Markets Take A Hit Over <i>Gau Rakshak</i> Violence

    At a cattle fair just 40 kilometres outside Jaipur, there is a sense of fear and insecurity. This is the same place from where 55-year-old Pehlu Khan, who was one among the men assaulted and beaten by a group of cow vigilantes on April 1, had bought his cows. Mr Khan died three days later of his injuries.

  • Man Killed By Alleged Cow Vigilantes, Both Sides Guilty, Says Minister

    Man Killed By Alleged Cow Vigilantes, Both Sides Guilty, Says Minister

    In a video that is being widely circulated, a mob assaults men who were transporting cows in Rajasthan's Alwar. One man is seen slumped on the road, unconscious. Pehlu Khan, 55, died in hospital yesterday, two days after the brutal beating. 10 people have been arrested, say the police.

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