Thousands of teachers took to the streets in the state capital on Friday demanding the withdrawal of extended school timings, removal of alleged anomalies in the staffing pattern, among others
In a major breakthrough, the Rajasthan police on Monday night nabbed a man, identified as Aslam alias Chillu, who was wanted for the loot of ATM machines in New Delhi, Gurgaon, Noida, Uttarakhand and Himachal Pradesh
Last year over 10,000 people were killed, while around 27,000 injured in road accidents across Rajasthan.
The Pre-Conception and Pre-Natal Diagnostic Techniques Act (PCPNDT) fears have given rise to ‘cheats’ who don’t conduct a sex test but stage-manage a show through agents to mint money, health department officials said on Sunday.
Polling for 129 local bodies including Ajmer municipal corporation, 15 municipal councils and 133 municipalities concluded in 31 districts peacefully barring a few incidents of clashes and glitches in electronic voting machines (EVMs). Polling was held at 4,300 booths. Results of the polling will be declared on August 20
A 34-year-old man was allegedly murdered by his wife and nephew in Barkat Nagar of the state capital on Monday night
The bandh was called by employees of the electricity department and traders’ associations on Monday over increasing incidents of crime in Alwar. The police lathi charges the protesters, in which about a dozen were injured while six were arrested.
With the Lyngdoh committee’s prescribed code of conduct coming into effect at the Rajasthan University ahead of the student union elections due on August 22, aspirants and party workers are finding it difficult to maintain their election budget under Rs 5,000
Chief minister Vasundhara Raje has requested defence minister Manohar Parrikar to exploit possibilities of investment in the field of defence in Rajasthan
Ladpura (Kota) MLA Bhawani Singh Rajawat has stirred controversy by raising the issue of senior leader Lal Krishna Advani being ignored within the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) during a party meeting in Kota on Saturday
The state government is considering running luxury old-age homes in all the seven divisional headquarters under the public private partnership (PPP) mode, notwithstanding recent protests over its privatisation plan for schools and primary health centres
Chinkara, one of the two state animals of Rajasthan, that had been at the target of hunters for long time, is now falling prey to stray dogs and hounds, especially after the recent rains
Wary of a number of party leaders and workers joining the Congress ahead of local body polls, the Bharatiya Janta Party (BJP) has adopted a secret strategy of selecting candidates but not announcing them in the public
The state cabinet on Tuesday decided to increase the punishment for keeping mobile phones and other banned objects inside jails keeping in view the increased instances of mobile phone use by prisoners in jail premises
The brimming dams on the Chambal have brought smiles to the farmers of the Hadauti region as the good monsoon ensures enough irrigation water for next two years.