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Highway robbers nabbed near Dausa

major relief to passengers travelling on Jaipur-Agra highway, Dausa police have busted a gang involved in looting people travelling on this route. Five robbers along with weapons were arrested from Sikandara village near Dausa after a prolonged chase.Acting on a tip-off, a team of Dausa police increased patrolling on Jaipur -Agra from Dausa onwards on Saturday. "We got information that a few robbers...
Source : Times Of India |
Category : City | City : Jaipur

Poll men in Rajasthan's Dausa rigged elections?

DAUSA: If decades ago, Dev Anand made Udaipur proud through his timeless classic "Guide", poll men in Dausa on Thursday played a different sort of guide to illiterate voters. They helped them "press" the button. Their actions are highly questionable as according to EC rules, nobody is allowed to go near the EVM except for the voter.Sixty-year-old Mangali Devi, a voter in Dausa's Gothda village, was...
Source : Times Of India |
Category : City | City : Dausa

Officials 'guide' voters in Dausa

DAUSA: The practice of rigging votes, for which Dausa is notorious, continued in the Lok Sabha polls on Thursday, but with a new modus operandi. Polling agents were found playing 'guides' to illiterate voters, especially women, as the former 'helped' the latter press specific buttons on the EVM on the pretext of showing them how to cast a vote.When 60-year-old Mangali Devi, a voter in Dausa's Gothda...
Source : Times Of India |
Category : National | City : Dausa

Rajasthan Administrative Services paper 'leaked' in Dausa, RPSC says it's cheating case

Rajasthan Administrative Services paper 'leaked' in Dausa, RPSC says it's cheating caseRajasthan Administrative Services paper 'leaked' in Dausa, RPSC says it's cheating caseState’s top and most prestigious competitive exam –Rajasthan Administrative Services (RAS) – was turned into a mockery when its question paper was allegedly leaked at the Bhartiya Mahavidyalaya centre in Dausa’s Baragaon area on...
Source : DNA |
Category : Others | City : Mumbai

Ansari calls upon people to stay connected with their cultural roots

Vice President Mohammad Hamid Ansari has called upon the people to stay connected with their cultural roots for their overall development.Addressing after releasing a book entitled "Ahmev Radha, Ahmev Krishnah" a collection of poems in Sanskrit written by Gulab Kothari, Chief Editor of Hindi newspaper Rajasthan Patrika, at a function here today, he said that it is praiseworthy that the book is written...
Source : Newkerala |
Category : National | City : New Delhi

Stay connected to cultural roots: VP

Vice-President M Hamid Ansari on Wednesday called upon the people to stay connected with their cultural roots for their overall development.Speaking after releasing a book entitled "Ahmev Radha, Ahmev Krishnah", which is a collection of poems in Sanskrit written by Gulab Kothari, Chief Editor of Hindi newspaper Rajasthan Patrika at a function here on, he said that it is praiseworthy that the book is...
Source : Newkerala |
Category : Entertainment | City : New Delhi

Noted Hindi writer and editor of 'Hans' Rajendra Yadav passes away

editor of 'Hans Patrika' since 1986 and eminent scholar of hindi literature took his last breath in the midnight of Monday. He was born on August 28th, 1929 in Agra, Uttar Pradesh. The literary magazine Hans was founded by Munshi Premchand in 1930 but ceased its publication in 1953. Yadav relaunched it on July 31, 1986 on the birth anniversary of Munshi Premchand.Dr. Ramesh Chandra Pokhariyal Nishank,...
Source : Merinews |
Category : National

Robbers loot Rs 6 lakh from three petrol pumps in 3 hours

Five armed robbers looted Rs 6.08 lakh from three petrol pumps, two in Dausa and one near Jatwada village, on Jaipur-Agra highway within three hours...
Source : Times Of India |
Category : City

Govt says Hindi on social media only for Hindi-speaking states

Facing criticism from various sections, government on Friday said the use of Hindi on social media is only for states speaking the language and is not being imposed on non-Hindi-speaking states. “Use of Hindi on government of India’s social media platforms is only for Hindi-speaking states. Hindi is not being imposed on non-Hindi-speaking states,” an official spokesperson said.“Existing policy on Hindi...
Source : Rediff |
Category : National

Car driver thrashed by mob after road accident

Patrika Crossing and adjoining areas under Civil Lines police station after a mob thrashed a car driver involved in an accident with a motorcycle rider.Reports said a 19-year-old youth sustained serious injuries near Patrika crossing under Civil Lines police station after his motorcycle was hit by a speeding car. The locals caught the car driver and thrashed him before handing him over to the police....
Source : Times Of India |
Category : City | City : Allahabad
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