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  • Rajasthan's 'Falahari Baba' Arrested On Charges Of Rape

    Rajasthan's 'Falahari Baba' Arrested On Charges Of Rape

    Rajasthan's famed 'Falahari Baba', charged with raping a 21-year-old woman at his ashram in Alwar, has been arrested this afternoon after three days of investigation. Facing allegations of sexual assault, the self-styled Godman had checked himself into a private hospital in Alwar earlier this week saying he was suffering from high blood pressure.

  • Rajasthan's 'Falahari Baba' Charged With Rape, Checks Into Hospital

    Rajasthan's 'Falahari Baba' Charged With Rape, Checks Into Hospital

    At a time when self-declared godmen and "saints" are in the public glare, the famed 'Falahari Baba' in Rajasthan has been charged with raping a 21-year-old woman at his ashram

  • Rajasthan Teen, Raped Allegedly By School Teachers, Suffers Brain Damage After Abortion

    Rajasthan Teen, Raped Allegedly By School Teachers, Suffers Brain Damage After Abortion

    An 18-year-old schoolgirl, raped allegedly by a teacher and owner of a private school in Rajasthan, has suffered brain damage after a botched abortion.

  • Rajasthan Class 12 Student Alleges Rape By Teacher, School Owner

    Rajasthan Class 12 Student Alleges Rape By Teacher, School Owner

    Two teachers have been arrested for raping a Class 12 student at a private school in Rajasthan's Sikar, 114 km from Jaipur.

  • Rohingyas A Terror Threat? NDTV Finds Little Evidence Of Government Claim

    Rohingyas A Terror Threat? NDTV Finds Little Evidence Of Government Claim

    As the Rohingya crisis has escalated, so has the Indian government's attempts to depict Rohingya Muslims as a security threat to India. It is an argument at the heart of the government's stand, that it cannot accept Rohingyas fleeing violence in Myanmar, and will deport those already here. But the reasons why Rohingyas, of whom an estimated 40,000 ...

  • In Alwar's Cow Vigilante Killing, A New Fight For Victim Pehlu Khan's Son

    In Alwar's Cow Vigilante Killing, A New Fight For Victim Pehlu Khan's Son

    Pehlu Khan's son Irshad Khan is preparing to fight two legal battles. He always knew he had to fight off a case for cow smuggling slapped on him by the police after his 55-year-old father was killed by cow vigilantes on the national highway in Rajasthan's Alwar this April. After the Rajasthan police's clean chit to the six men identified by his fat...

  • Dissed As Not A Saint Or Sadhu, Asaram Says Am In Donkey Class

    Dissed As Not A Saint Or <i>Sadhu</i>, Asaram Says Am In Donkey Class

    Self-declared religious guru Aaaram Bapu has angrily described himself as a donkey after being denounced as neither a saint nor a preacher by an important association of Hindu saints.

  • Police Probe Clears 6 Men Named By Dying Mob Attack Victim Pehlu Khan In Rajasthan

    Police Probe Clears 6 Men Named By Dying Mob Attack Victim Pehlu Khan In Rajasthan

    The son of Pehlu Khan, a 55-year-old dairy farmer who was lynched by cow vigilantes in Rajasthan in April this year, has said he will appeal in court against the state police's decision to remove the names of six men as suspects in his father's murder.

  • 3 Days After Violent Clashes In Jaipur, Curfew Relaxed For 2 Hours

    3 Days After Violent Clashes In Jaipur, Curfew Relaxed For 2 Hours

    Curfew was temporarily relaxed today three days after clashes broke out between a mob and the cops in Rajasthan's capital Jaipur that killed two and injured 11, including six policemen on Friday night. The district administration had relaxed the curfew for two hours this evening till 5 pm reviewing the law and order situation in violence-hit areas ...

  • 1 Dead In Violent Clashes In Jaipur, Curfew In Parts Of City

    1 Dead In Violent Clashes In Jaipur, Curfew In Parts Of City

    A man has died and 12 people are injured after a mob clashed with policemen in Rajasthan capital Jaipur late last night. There is curfew in some parts of the city and mobile internet services have been suspended in the walled city.

  • Swine Flu Cases On The Rise In Rajasthan, New Strain Of Virus Detected

    Swine Flu Cases On The Rise In Rajasthan, New Strain Of Virus Detected

    With number of cases almost doubling in the last month, Rajasthan is witnessing a surge in swine flu patients across the state. This year, 104 people have died since January in the western arid state. Doctors attribute the cases to a new strain in the H1N1 virus called the Michigan strain.

  • 'Mother Will Die If I Don't Do This': Blue Whale, Jodhpur Teen And A Lake

    'Mother Will Die If I Don't Do This': Blue Whale, Jodhpur Teen And A Lake

    A 17-year-old who had carved a "Blue Whale" into her arm was rescued after she jumped off a cliff into a lake in Rajasthan's Jodhpur around midnight yesterday. "If I don't complete my task my mother will die," she told the policemen who dragged her out of the water.

  • Doctors' Row During Emergency C-Section Caught On Camera in Rajasthan

    Doctors' Row During Emergency C-Section Caught On Camera in Rajasthan

    As a pregnant woman lay on the operation table for an emergency surgery, two doctors in scrubs argued loudly, calling each other names and threatening each other. They kept fighting, the unconscious woman between them, as one staff member surreptitiously recorded them on the mobile

  • Farmer Commits Suicide In Rajasthan, Government Denies Agricultural Distress

    Farmer Commits Suicide In Rajasthan, Government Denies Agricultural Distress

    While rains this season were generous on Rajasthan, at 105 per cent the expected level, not all of the state was as lucky. Nine districts, especially in east and north Rajasthan, have suffered as the monsoon has been at 45 per cent deficit.

  • Rajasthan Wants CBI To Probe Land Deal That Names Firm Linked To Robert Vadra

    Rajasthan Wants CBI To Probe Land Deal That Names Firm Linked To Robert Vadra

    The investigation into the acquisition and sale of 1,400 acres of land in Rajasthan's Bikaner will be handed over to the Central Bureau of Investigation, the state government has decided. The move has triggered a political controversy. The case names Skylight Hospitality -- a firm linked to Robert Vadra, whose mother-in-law Sonia Gandhi heads the C...

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'Harsha Kumari Singh' - 488 News Result(s)

  • Rajasthan's 'Falahari Baba' Arrested On Charges Of Rape

    Rajasthan's 'Falahari Baba' Arrested On Charges Of Rape

    Rajasthan's famed 'Falahari Baba', charged with raping a 21-year-old woman at his ashram in Alwar, has been arrested this afternoon after three days of investigation. Facing allegations of sexual assault, the self-styled Godman had checked himself into a private hospital in Alwar earlier this week saying he was suffering from high blood pressure.

  • Rajasthan's 'Falahari Baba' Charged With Rape, Checks Into Hospital

    Rajasthan's 'Falahari Baba' Charged With Rape, Checks Into Hospital

    At a time when self-declared godmen and "saints" are in the public glare, the famed 'Falahari Baba' in Rajasthan has been charged with raping a 21-year-old woman at his ashram

  • Rajasthan Teen, Raped Allegedly By School Teachers, Suffers Brain Damage After Abortion

    Rajasthan Teen, Raped Allegedly By School Teachers, Suffers Brain Damage After Abortion

    An 18-year-old schoolgirl, raped allegedly by a teacher and owner of a private school in Rajasthan, has suffered brain damage after a botched abortion.

  • Rajasthan Class 12 Student Alleges Rape By Teacher, School Owner

    Rajasthan Class 12 Student Alleges Rape By Teacher, School Owner

    Two teachers have been arrested for raping a Class 12 student at a private school in Rajasthan's Sikar, 114 km from Jaipur.

  • Rohingyas A Terror Threat? NDTV Finds Little Evidence Of Government Claim

    Rohingyas A Terror Threat? NDTV Finds Little Evidence Of Government Claim

    As the Rohingya crisis has escalated, so has the Indian government's attempts to depict Rohingya Muslims as a security threat to India. It is an argument at the heart of the government's stand, that it cannot accept Rohingyas fleeing violence in Myanmar, and will deport those already here. But the reasons why Rohingyas, of whom an estimated 40,000 ...

  • In Alwar's Cow Vigilante Killing, A New Fight For Victim Pehlu Khan's Son

    In Alwar's Cow Vigilante Killing, A New Fight For Victim Pehlu Khan's Son

    Pehlu Khan's son Irshad Khan is preparing to fight two legal battles. He always knew he had to fight off a case for cow smuggling slapped on him by the police after his 55-year-old father was killed by cow vigilantes on the national highway in Rajasthan's Alwar this April. After the Rajasthan police's clean chit to the six men identified by his fat...

  • Dissed As Not A Saint Or Sadhu, Asaram Says Am In Donkey Class

    Dissed As Not A Saint Or <i>Sadhu</i>, Asaram Says Am In Donkey Class

    Self-declared religious guru Aaaram Bapu has angrily described himself as a donkey after being denounced as neither a saint nor a preacher by an important association of Hindu saints.

  • Police Probe Clears 6 Men Named By Dying Mob Attack Victim Pehlu Khan In Rajasthan

    Police Probe Clears 6 Men Named By Dying Mob Attack Victim Pehlu Khan In Rajasthan

    The son of Pehlu Khan, a 55-year-old dairy farmer who was lynched by cow vigilantes in Rajasthan in April this year, has said he will appeal in court against the state police's decision to remove the names of six men as suspects in his father's murder.

  • 3 Days After Violent Clashes In Jaipur, Curfew Relaxed For 2 Hours

    3 Days After Violent Clashes In Jaipur, Curfew Relaxed For 2 Hours

    Curfew was temporarily relaxed today three days after clashes broke out between a mob and the cops in Rajasthan's capital Jaipur that killed two and injured 11, including six policemen on Friday night. The district administration had relaxed the curfew for two hours this evening till 5 pm reviewing the law and order situation in violence-hit areas ...

  • 1 Dead In Violent Clashes In Jaipur, Curfew In Parts Of City

    1 Dead In Violent Clashes In Jaipur, Curfew In Parts Of City

    A man has died and 12 people are injured after a mob clashed with policemen in Rajasthan capital Jaipur late last night. There is curfew in some parts of the city and mobile internet services have been suspended in the walled city.

  • Swine Flu Cases On The Rise In Rajasthan, New Strain Of Virus Detected

    Swine Flu Cases On The Rise In Rajasthan, New Strain Of Virus Detected

    With number of cases almost doubling in the last month, Rajasthan is witnessing a surge in swine flu patients across the state. This year, 104 people have died since January in the western arid state. Doctors attribute the cases to a new strain in the H1N1 virus called the Michigan strain.

  • 'Mother Will Die If I Don't Do This': Blue Whale, Jodhpur Teen And A Lake

    'Mother Will Die If I Don't Do This': Blue Whale, Jodhpur Teen And A Lake

    A 17-year-old who had carved a "Blue Whale" into her arm was rescued after she jumped off a cliff into a lake in Rajasthan's Jodhpur around midnight yesterday. "If I don't complete my task my mother will die," she told the policemen who dragged her out of the water.

  • Doctors' Row During Emergency C-Section Caught On Camera in Rajasthan

    Doctors' Row During Emergency C-Section Caught On Camera in Rajasthan

    As a pregnant woman lay on the operation table for an emergency surgery, two doctors in scrubs argued loudly, calling each other names and threatening each other. They kept fighting, the unconscious woman between them, as one staff member surreptitiously recorded them on the mobile

  • Farmer Commits Suicide In Rajasthan, Government Denies Agricultural Distress

    Farmer Commits Suicide In Rajasthan, Government Denies Agricultural Distress

    While rains this season were generous on Rajasthan, at 105 per cent the expected level, not all of the state was as lucky. Nine districts, especially in east and north Rajasthan, have suffered as the monsoon has been at 45 per cent deficit.

  • Rajasthan Wants CBI To Probe Land Deal That Names Firm Linked To Robert Vadra

    Rajasthan Wants CBI To Probe Land Deal That Names Firm Linked To Robert Vadra

    The investigation into the acquisition and sale of 1,400 acres of land in Rajasthan's Bikaner will be handed over to the Central Bureau of Investigation, the state government has decided. The move has triggered a political controversy. The case names Skylight Hospitality -- a firm linked to Robert Vadra, whose mother-in-law Sonia Gandhi heads the C...

  • Build Toilet Or Face Power Cut: Official Warns Villagers; Collector Calls Step 'Too Harsh'

    Build Toilet Or Face Power Cut: Official Warns Villagers; Collector Calls Step 'Too Harsh'

    Villagers in Gangithala in Rajasthan's Bhilwara district were recentlyasked to build toilets to ensure they receive electricity supply to their homes.

  • Slowly But Surely, Rajasthan Winning Fight Against Female Foeticide

    Slowly But Surely, Rajasthan Winning Fight Against Female Foeticide

    A couple who ran a sex-determination ‘clinic’ in Punjab thought they were about to seal a good deal, until they realised they have walked into a trap. A team of Rajasthan anti-sex determination officials caught the couple while they were taking money from a ‘customer’, who the sleuths had sent as a decoy seeking to know the gender of her un...

  • Rajasthan Woman Branded A Witch, Forced To Eat Faeces, Beaten To Death; 5 Arrested

    Rajasthan Woman Branded A Witch, Forced To Eat Faeces, Beaten To Death; 5 Arrested

    Five people, including two teenage girls, of a family have been arrested for allegedly killing a 40-year-old woman in Rajasthan's Ajmer district. The woman, a widow, was allegedly made to eat faeces, tortured and beaten to death by her relatives, who accused her of being a witch, the police said.

  • No Gandhi Jayanti Holiday In Rajasthan Universities This Year

    No Gandhi Jayanti Holiday In Rajasthan Universities This Year

    The Rajasthan government's decision to remove Gandhi Jayanti from the list of holidays in state universities has snowballed into a major controversy with the Congress alleging a political angle to it.

  • 'Goodbye To Cricket', Says Lalit Modi, Resigns From Nagaur Cricket Body

    'Goodbye To Cricket', Says Lalit Modi, Resigns From Nagaur Cricket Body

    Former IPL chief and tainted cricket administrator Lalit Modi has resigned as the president of the Nagaur District Cricket Association in Rajasthan. In a late night resignation, Mr Modi put out three-page letter calling for the Rajasthan Cricket Associatiobn to be made "best again".

  • Amit Shah's Math For Winning All 3 Gujarat Rajya Sabha Seats Next Time

    Amit Shah's Math For Winning All 3 Gujarat Rajya Sabha Seats Next Time

    BJP chief Amit Shah arrived in Delhi on Wednesday night to a big welcome at the airport by party workers. It's a double celebration for the BJP as Mr Shah completes three years as party chief on the same day as he was elected to the Rajya Sabha for his debut in Parliament.

  • Vasundhara Raje's Roof Has Solar Panels, So Does 468 Rajasthan Families

    Vasundhara Raje's Roof Has Solar Panels, So Does 468 Rajasthan Families

    After setting up one of India's biggest solar power plants in the Thar desert in Rajasthan, the state is now aiming to produce solar energy from rooftops. Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje harvests solar energy from the roof of her official home in Jaipur. A large part of Ms Raje's daily household electricity consumption is met from the rooftop solar ...

  • Actor Salman Khan To Sign Bail Bond In Jodhpur Today In Arms Act Case

    Actor Salman Khan To Sign Bail Bond In Jodhpur Today In Arms Act Case

    Bollywood superstar Salman Khan will appear before a district court judge today to sign a bail bond in Jodhpur. Acquitted in a case under the Arms Act, Mr Khan has been directed by the district sessions court to appear before them.

  • Woman Delivers Outside Jaipur Hospital As Doctors Allegedly Turn Her Away

    Woman Delivers Outside Jaipur Hospital As Doctors Allegedly Turn Her Away

    A woman delivered a baby right outside a government-run multi-specialty hospital in Jaipur on Friday night. Ashoka Bai, who works as a construction labour, alleges she had to deliver on the road as the doctors failed to attend to her on time.

  • Family of 7 Rescued From Tree After 40 Hours in Flood-Hit Rajasthan

    Family of 7 Rescued From Tree After 40 Hours in Flood-Hit Rajasthan

    As floodwaters rushed through Rajasthan's Jalore district on Saturday afternoon, a family of seven, the youngest six months old, took shelter on a tree. They spent the next 40 hours there, clinging to branches and awaiting rescue. Over the last two days, Air Force helicopters tried twice, but could not reach them. They were finally rescued today by...

  • At Zip-Lining Class, Jaipur Student Plunged To Her Death; Fall Was Filmed

    At Zip-Lining Class, Jaipur Student Plunged To Her Death; Fall Was Filmed

    A student in Jaipur fell off the roof of her college and died today; her fall was filmed by classmates who had gathered with her to train in zip-lining and rope and mountain climbing. The training was being conducted by the victim's father.

  • 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.

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