Congress united in Rajasthan; new state unit by year-end: Ajay Maken
AICC general secretary in-charge for the state Ajay Maken said the Congress party in Rajasthan is united and there is no threat to its government in the state led by Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot, as he asserted that the BJP would miserably fail if they try to bring it down again.
DGGI, GST officers arrests 104 persons in fake invoice case
On Friday, the authorities arrested eight fraudsters, booked 65 cases and unearth...
7 lakh water bodies being restored in country this year: Gajendra Singh Shekhawat
Talking about the availability of drinking water in every h...
Covid: Night curfew imposed in 13 Rajasthan districts between December 1 and 31
The order will not be applicable on - factories with production of continuous nature, factories having night shift, IT companies, chemist shops, offices related to essential emergency services, marriage related gathering, any workplace related to medical services, passengers coming or going to transport terminals.
Pakistani refugees head back on fading citizenship hopes
The refugees are among the 243 Pakistani nationals, including those stranded in India because of Covid-19, who have been permitted to travel via the Wagah border.
CM Ashok Gehlot launches digital COVID relief concert series to support folk artists of Rajasthan
"Folk artists are solely dependent on their art for livelihood. This is a unique concept to support such folk artists during the coronavirus crisis. Such initiatives can play a crucial role in the growth of art forms in the state and promote virtual tourism," Gehlot said.
Amid infection resurge in Rajasthan, Chief Minister accords top priority to save lives
Markets, restaurants, shopping malls and other commercial establishments in the urban areas of these districts will be closed by 7 pm and night curfew will be there from 8 pm to 6 pm in 8 district headquarters of Jaipur, Jodhpur, Kota, Bikaner, Udaipur, Ajmer, Alwar and Bhilwara.
17 people brought to army quarantine facilities in Jaisalmer, Jodhpur test positive for coronavirus
Out of the 17 people, nine have tested positive for the virus at the Army Wellness Centre in Jaisalmer. Out of these nine people, three tested positive on Tuesday, while six more had tested positive on Monday. These nine people are among the 484 Indians evacuated from Iran and brought to the Wellness Centre earlier this month.
SpiceJet to operate special flight to take Iran-returned Indians to quarantine facility in Jodhpur
SpiceJet said on Thursday that it will conduct a special flight on Sunday to take 142 Iran-returned Indians from Delhi to Jodhpur so that th...
SpiceJet's special flight to take 142 Iran-returned Indians to quarantine facility in Jodhpur
The aircraft, which will be used for Sunday's special flight, will be thoroughly cleaned and fumigated upon its return to Delhi and the airline will follow all the protocols for its crew members, the release noted. The flight will take off at 1.40 am from Delhi's Indira Gandhi International airport and land in Jodhpur airport at 2.55 am on March 29, the airline said.
Waiting List: Hindu refugees' hope of nurturing Indian citizenship
They call themselves Indian but none of them have Indian citizenship.
Centre to send team as report says 60% devices not working at Kota hospital
Alarmed by the poor state of medical care at the Kota hospital, Union health minister Harsh Vardhan has shot off a letter to chief minister Ashok Gehlot while promising all technical help to save the lives of children.
Amit Shah chairs CAA meet; BJP slams Kerala move
BJP has been taking new measures to counter the widespread protests against CAA. These include asking BJP supporters to write postcards to the Prime Minister thanking him for passage of the CAB and holding press interactions and intellectual meets in various state capitals.
Judicial process beyond reach of poor: President
"Today, can any poor or deprived person come here with his complaint? This question is the most important because in the Preamble to the Constitution, we all have accepted the responsibility of providing justice to all," said President Kovind.
Judges' presser last year 'nothing more than' self-correcting measure: CJI
"I believe the institution (judiciary) must correct itself and indeed it did during the time when the much-criticised press conference was held. It was nothing more than a self-corrective measure and I do not wish to justify it," Justice Bobde said during the inauguration of a new building of the Rajsthan High Court.