Rajan Mahan

'Rajan Mahan' - 67 News Result(s)

  • Jaipur News | Reported by Rajan Mahan; edited by Shamik Ghosh | Wednesday July 11, 2012
    Minutes after her birth, a baby girl was abandoned by a couple in a hospital in Jaipur. According to the hospital, the couple left the baby and waited around to see if the staff would pick her up.
  • Why Rekha from Jodhpur is a bonafide braveheart
    India News | Rajan Mahan | Tuesday June 19, 2012
    Rekha Kumari's bedroom is like that of any 20-year-old. She has college books scattered around, a reminder of the college exams she has just taken. Dressed in an onion pink salwaar-kameez, she still appears tense. It's not the results of her 2nd year BA exams that worry her. She has received threats from others in her home town, Peepar, in Rajas...
  • 12-year-old 'boy wonder' cracks IIT-JEE
    India News | Reported by Rajan Mahan | Monday May 21, 2012
    Dressed in a bright T-shirt and shorts, at first glance, Satyam Kumar looks like any other ordinary 12-year-old, but his achievement of cracking the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) entrance exam at this tender age is anything but ordinary.
  • Will yatra rift in Rajasthan BJP provoke Raje-Gadkari face-off?
    India News | Reported by Rajan Mahan | Monday May 7, 2012
    The crisis in Rajasthan unit of the Bhartiya Janata Party (BJP) continues. While resignations of Vasundhara Raje loyalists are pouring in - over 50 MLAs have now resigned in support of Ms Raje - the BJP high command is trying to downplay the rift that erupted over a 28-day-long Lok Jagran Yatra planned by RSS-backed leader Gulab Chand Kataria.
  • Yatra rift ignites full-scale war in Rajasthan BJP
    India News | Reported by Rajan Mahan | Sunday May 6, 2012
    The rift within the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in Rajasthan has intensified. A day after Vasundhara Raje threatened to quit the party over a proposed yatra by Gulab Chand Kataria, a Rashtriya Swayamsewak Sangh-backed (RSS) leader, over 40 of her loyalists and BJP MLAs submitted their resignations today.
  • Crisis in Rajasthan BJP; Raje threatens to quit, Kataria calls off yatra
    India News | Reported by Rajan Mahan | Sunday May 6, 2012
    The BJP's infighting in Rajasthan is once again out in the open - this time over a proposed yatra by a senior RSS-backed leader of the party, Gulab Chand Kataria. On Saturday evening, in a meeting of the state core committee to decide whether Mr Kataria should go ahead with his yatra, the rift within became so severe that Vasundhara Raje came out o...
  • Rajasthan teen defies parents and rejects child marriage
    India News | Reported by Rajan Mahan | Friday April 27, 2012
    Prem Saini looks and behaves like any other teenager - she enjoys music and seeing movies. But while most teen rebellion centres around skipping a curfew, or bunking a class, this 17-year-old has fought the battle of a lifetime.
  • DNA report leads Jodhpur family to accept new-born daughter
    Cities | Rajan Mahan | Thursday April 5, 2012
    It took a DNA test to convince Poonam Kanwar and her husband, Chain Singh, that a baby girl delivered 11 days ago is truly theirs.
  • Former BJP minister sent to police custody for fake encounter
    India News | Reported by Rajan Mahan | Thursday April 5, 2012
    A former minister and the BJP's chief whip in the Rajasthan Assembly, Rajendra Rathore has been remanded to police custody till April 10. Mr Rathore was arrested earlier in the day in a case of a fake encounter. Dara Singh, a known felon, was shot dead in a police encounter in October 2006 and his family alleged that the encounter had been staged ...
  • Baby girl lies unwanted as two families battle over a new-born boy; court steps in
    India News | Reported by Rajan Mahan | Tuesday April 3, 2012
    The Rajasthan High Court has taken suo moto cognizance of the shocking case of a baby girl who has been abandoned in Jodhpur's Umaid Hospital. The court has termed this a ''serious incident'' and a terrible example of gender bias.
  • Baby girl lies unwanted as two families battle over a new-born boy
    Cities | Rajan Mahan | Monday April 2, 2012
    In the nursery for new-borns at Jodhpur's Umaid Hospital lies a baby girl who is seven days old. Her biological mother, who is in the women's general ward does not see her, or feed her. She remains un-named. She was born a healthy baby. Her shortcoming is that she is not a boy.
  • Jodhpur: Girl abandoned in battle to get baby boy
    Cities | Reported by Rajan Mahan | Monday April 2, 2012
    A seven-day-old healthy baby girl has been waiting in a Jodhpur Hospital to go home. Only no one wants her. Two sets of parents are squabbling instead to claim a baby boy born at the same time. A DNA test will now settle whose child she is.
  • Rajasthan police arrest paraplegic woman they allegedly tortured earlier
    Jaipur News | Rajan Mahan | Saturday March 3, 2012
    In a case that has sent shockwaves through Rajasthan and made national headlines, police in Jaipur have arrested a paraplegic woman. The 22-year-old girl is charged with abetting the abduction and sexual abuse of another woman.
  • Salman Rushdie video link cancelled in Jaipur
    India News | Rajan Mahan | Tuesday January 24, 2012
    The Jaipur Literature Festival ended without any participation from writer Salman Rushdie. A video chat scheduled for 3.45 pm was called off by the organizers of the event and the owners of the venue. They said the police had advised them that protesters at the venue and elsewhere in the city could trigger violence.
  • After rats attacked patient, hospital punishes nobody
    Cities | Rajan Mahan | Thursday January 12, 2012
    It took a patient being bitten by rats in the Intensive Care Unit of a hospital in Jodhpur to trigger a clean-up drive. At the city's MDM Hospital today, workers were seen cementing holes through which the rats entered the ICU. Floors were given a good scrubbing, and tiles that had fallen off were slapped back on.

'Rajan Mahan' - 107 Video Result(s)

'Rajan Mahan' - 67 News Result(s)

  • Jaipur News | Reported by Rajan Mahan; edited by Shamik Ghosh | Wednesday July 11, 2012
    Minutes after her birth, a baby girl was abandoned by a couple in a hospital in Jaipur. According to the hospital, the couple left the baby and waited around to see if the staff would pick her up.
  • Why Rekha from Jodhpur is a bonafide braveheart
    India News | Rajan Mahan | Tuesday June 19, 2012
    Rekha Kumari's bedroom is like that of any 20-year-old. She has college books scattered around, a reminder of the college exams she has just taken. Dressed in an onion pink salwaar-kameez, she still appears tense. It's not the results of her 2nd year BA exams that worry her. She has received threats from others in her home town, Peepar, in Rajas...
  • 12-year-old 'boy wonder' cracks IIT-JEE
    India News | Reported by Rajan Mahan | Monday May 21, 2012
    Dressed in a bright T-shirt and shorts, at first glance, Satyam Kumar looks like any other ordinary 12-year-old, but his achievement of cracking the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) entrance exam at this tender age is anything but ordinary.
  • Will yatra rift in Rajasthan BJP provoke Raje-Gadkari face-off?
    India News | Reported by Rajan Mahan | Monday May 7, 2012
    The crisis in Rajasthan unit of the Bhartiya Janata Party (BJP) continues. While resignations of Vasundhara Raje loyalists are pouring in - over 50 MLAs have now resigned in support of Ms Raje - the BJP high command is trying to downplay the rift that erupted over a 28-day-long Lok Jagran Yatra planned by RSS-backed leader Gulab Chand Kataria.
  • Yatra rift ignites full-scale war in Rajasthan BJP
    India News | Reported by Rajan Mahan | Sunday May 6, 2012
    The rift within the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in Rajasthan has intensified. A day after Vasundhara Raje threatened to quit the party over a proposed yatra by Gulab Chand Kataria, a Rashtriya Swayamsewak Sangh-backed (RSS) leader, over 40 of her loyalists and BJP MLAs submitted their resignations today.
  • Crisis in Rajasthan BJP; Raje threatens to quit, Kataria calls off yatra
    India News | Reported by Rajan Mahan | Sunday May 6, 2012
    The BJP's infighting in Rajasthan is once again out in the open - this time over a proposed yatra by a senior RSS-backed leader of the party, Gulab Chand Kataria. On Saturday evening, in a meeting of the state core committee to decide whether Mr Kataria should go ahead with his yatra, the rift within became so severe that Vasundhara Raje came out o...
  • Rajasthan teen defies parents and rejects child marriage
    India News | Reported by Rajan Mahan | Friday April 27, 2012
    Prem Saini looks and behaves like any other teenager - she enjoys music and seeing movies. But while most teen rebellion centres around skipping a curfew, or bunking a class, this 17-year-old has fought the battle of a lifetime.
  • DNA report leads Jodhpur family to accept new-born daughter
    Cities | Rajan Mahan | Thursday April 5, 2012
    It took a DNA test to convince Poonam Kanwar and her husband, Chain Singh, that a baby girl delivered 11 days ago is truly theirs.
  • Former BJP minister sent to police custody for fake encounter
    India News | Reported by Rajan Mahan | Thursday April 5, 2012
    A former minister and the BJP's chief whip in the Rajasthan Assembly, Rajendra Rathore has been remanded to police custody till April 10. Mr Rathore was arrested earlier in the day in a case of a fake encounter. Dara Singh, a known felon, was shot dead in a police encounter in October 2006 and his family alleged that the encounter had been staged ...
  • Baby girl lies unwanted as two families battle over a new-born boy; court steps in
    India News | Reported by Rajan Mahan | Tuesday April 3, 2012
    The Rajasthan High Court has taken suo moto cognizance of the shocking case of a baby girl who has been abandoned in Jodhpur's Umaid Hospital. The court has termed this a ''serious incident'' and a terrible example of gender bias.
  • Baby girl lies unwanted as two families battle over a new-born boy
    Cities | Rajan Mahan | Monday April 2, 2012
    In the nursery for new-borns at Jodhpur's Umaid Hospital lies a baby girl who is seven days old. Her biological mother, who is in the women's general ward does not see her, or feed her. She remains un-named. She was born a healthy baby. Her shortcoming is that she is not a boy.
  • Jodhpur: Girl abandoned in battle to get baby boy
    Cities | Reported by Rajan Mahan | Monday April 2, 2012
    A seven-day-old healthy baby girl has been waiting in a Jodhpur Hospital to go home. Only no one wants her. Two sets of parents are squabbling instead to claim a baby boy born at the same time. A DNA test will now settle whose child she is.
  • Rajasthan police arrest paraplegic woman they allegedly tortured earlier
    Jaipur News | Rajan Mahan | Saturday March 3, 2012
    In a case that has sent shockwaves through Rajasthan and made national headlines, police in Jaipur have arrested a paraplegic woman. The 22-year-old girl is charged with abetting the abduction and sexual abuse of another woman.
  • Salman Rushdie video link cancelled in Jaipur
    India News | Rajan Mahan | Tuesday January 24, 2012
    The Jaipur Literature Festival ended without any participation from writer Salman Rushdie. A video chat scheduled for 3.45 pm was called off by the organizers of the event and the owners of the venue. They said the police had advised them that protesters at the venue and elsewhere in the city could trigger violence.
  • After rats attacked patient, hospital punishes nobody
    Cities | Rajan Mahan | Thursday January 12, 2012
    It took a patient being bitten by rats in the Intensive Care Unit of a hospital in Jodhpur to trigger a clean-up drive. At the city's MDM Hospital today, workers were seen cementing holes through which the rats entered the ICU. Floors were given a good scrubbing, and tiles that had fallen off were slapped back on.

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