In a shocking incident, a woman in Rajasthan set on fire her seven-year-old son, leaving him badly burnt, after he allegedly stole Rs 5, police said on Wednesday.
Rajasthan’s historic capital where once rajas and maharajas trundled and trotted on caparisoned horses and elephants will now travel on the modern icon of urban mobility -- the sleek and fast-moving metro.
Union minister of state for information and broadcasting Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore’s announcement to provide Yamuna water to Ramgarh Lake near Jaipur first has drawn criticism from Bharatpur residents.
The recent gujjar agitations over reservations has left the traders and sculptors of Sikandra livid, with many calling for a bandh until the government provides compensation.
In ana attempt to become economically self-sufficient, the traditional farmers of Rajasthan's harsh, desert regions have begun working with the government's integrated agriculture project.
Meghwal community members remained on dharna outside the mortuary of Jawaharlal Nehru Hospital here for the second day on Saturday raising demands in support of the Dangawas victims
With a view to check peacock killings in Bundi district, the forest department is distributing a booklet to make people aware about the religious and social importance of the national bird
Heat wave conditions continue to affect normal life in the desert state of Rajasthan, with the mercury hovering between 40-45 degrees Celsius in most parts of the state.
Justice Nir maljeet Kaur ordered the state government to produce its side on the petition seeking permission to produce five fresh witnesses by Khan.
About 22 women of Mahila Sadan asked their would-be husbands whether they had functional toilets at their home, before agreeing to marry them.
The eight-day-long deadlock between Gujjars and the Rajasthan government came to an end on Thursday night after the government agreed to introduce a bill ensuring 5% quota for Gujjars and four other castes outside the legal limit of 50% overall reservation in government-run institutions.
The Rajasthan high court on Thursday reprimanded the state's chief secretary and the director general of police for failing to arrest any Gujjar agitator and allowing people to suffer due to the agitation which has crippled road and rail services in the state.
Dissatisfied with government's proposal, Gujjars say the next step will be taken after consulting Bainsla. Meanwhile, home minister appeals protestors to vacate tracks and highways, warns of police action else.
The charges from various wildlife activists that T-24, popularly known as Ustad, was shifted from Ranthambhore national park to captivity in Sajjangarh biological park under pressure from tourism lobby gets some credence from a letter of National Tiger Conservation Authority (NTCA) seeking regulation of tourism in the park where T-24 roamed, monitoring of the big cat through camera traps to check his behaviour and to ask foot patrol staff to use caution in his territory
Maharaja Sawai Mansingh Vidyalaya student Divyansh Pareek, who topped the science stream with 97.8%, dreams to get into IIT