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Mehrishi shifting deepens vacuum in Rajasthan's top bureaucracy

Rajasthan is scurrying to fill a vacuum at the top echelons of the bureaucracy after chief secretary Rajiv Mehrishi became the latest civil servant to be shifted to the Centre.

Action plan for Pak Hindu migrants soon: Rajnath Singh

Union home minister Rajanath Singh has said that central government will prepare an action plan shortly for the proper rehabilitation of Pakistani Hindu migrants living in various parts of Rajasthan and other places.

Kota shuts down against 7-yr-old boy’s murder

A complete shutdown was observed in Kota city on Saturday against the kidnapping and murder of a seven-year-old boy, Rudraksh, on Friday

Kota boy murdered: Cong slams ruling BJP

The murder of a boy a day after he was kidnapped in Kota has triggered angry reactions from the Congress and sent BJP leaders into a damage control mode.

Abducted Kota boy found dead, parents blame media and police

The murder of a seven-year-old boy by his kidnappers in Rajasthan has triggered angry reactions with the parents pinning the blame on the media and the police for 'irresponsible' handling.

'Ex-RPSC chief looked at test papers before daughter took exam'

The former chairman of the Rajasthan Public Service Commission (RPSC) had looked at question papers of a judicial examination last year in which his daughter secured the tenth position, the owner of the press which printed the test papers has told a local court in Jaipur.

SHO, constable suspended after detainee dies

A station house officer and a woman constable were suspended and the remaining staff of a police station was sent to police lines in Sirohi district after a murder suspect in their custody was found dead

CM slams free drug scheme, but govt study says it’s good

The Chief Minister Free Medicine Scheme, the ambitious scheme launched by the previous dispensation, may have come under criticism from Vasundhara Raje on several occasions, but it has got the thumbs up from her planning department

150-year-old camel sacrifice tradition ends on Eid-Ul-Zuha in Rajasthan

Respecting the Rajasthan government'sdecision to adopt Camel as the state animal, Anjuman Society of Khandan-e-Amiriya (ASKeA) in Tonk district has decided to stop its 150-year-old tradition of sacrificing camel on the day of Eid-Ul-Zuha slated for Monday.

Heads roll as probe into helipad sit-in gets underway

The Rajasthan government on Sunday suspended a police officer and transferred two others, the first set of heads that set rolling following a security lapse that stalled chief minister Vasundhara Raje’s chopper flight on Friday.

Women’s protest grounds Raje, officials face heat

Rajasthan government ordered an inquiry on Saturday into a women’s sit-in at a helipad in Sikar district on Friday, a security lapse that stalled chief minister Vasundhara Raje’s chopper flight for nearly five minutes and forced her to take a detour.

India's Pak envoy backs demand for opening Munabao-Khokhrapar trade route

Indian High Commissioner to Pakistan Dr TCA Raghavan has supported the demand for revival of Munabao-Khokhrapar trade route. He has suggested that both countries need to talk about opening up more such trade routes in order to facilitate the business communities, media reports from Pakistan said.

Bundi SP put on awaiting posting order over Nainwa violence

Bundi superintendent of police (SP) Pankaj Chaudhary has been put under awaiting posting order (APO) in the fallout of the Nainwa communal violence in Rajasthan.

Dilapidated Kasturba school in Rajasthan cries for attention

Rooms have developed cracks and roofs have caved in, exposing the iron rods used during construction.

Robbers beat up family, rape woman in Jaipur

Four armed robbers barged into a house of a retired engineer in the wee hours of Friday, beat up the family members and allegedly raped a woman before decamping with jewellery and cash.
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