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Alva wants media to put an end to paid news andamp; work for weak

Rajasthan Governor Margaret Alva has exhorted the media for putting an end to evil of paid news and taking care of the weak sections. Inaugurating the Patrika Key Note Conclave hosted by the Rajasthan Patrika Group of Newspapers on its 59th foundation day here today, Ms Alva spoke on Ideas, Ideals and Ideologies She said eternal values of truth, freedom and justice should inspire the media...
Source : Webindia123 |
Category : Headlines

Spelling Bee stings Jaipur college girls

an inter-college competition ‘Spectrum-13’ organized at the Jaipur-based Biyani Girls College at Vidyadhar Nagar last week end, besides performing arts, this year a spelling competition was also included in the programme, reported Rajasthan Patrika. The chief guest at the two-day event, in which local colleges participated, was Praveen Nahata - a senior manager of Rajasthan Patrika.The news made me...
Source : Merinews |
Category : National

Parnami meets Raje in Dholpur

Senior legislator Ashok Parnami, who would be taking over as the state BJP president, met chief minister Vasundhara Raje in Dholpur...
Source : Times Of India |
Category : City

India Ink: India Election Digest: April 28

roundup of election-related news for Monday....
Source : The New York Times |
Category : Others

New editors named at The News-Times

News-Times Managing Editor Jean Dubail poses in the News-Times studio in Danbury, Conn. Monday, April 21, 2014. Dubail, previously with The Plain Dealer in Cleveland, Ohio and Patch.com, will start his new position in Danbury on Monday, April 28.Photo: Tyler SizemoreNew News-Times Asst. Managing Editor Brian Koonz poses in the News-Times studio in Danbury, Conn. Monday, April 21, 2014. Koonz was a...
Source : News Times |
Category : Science N Technology | City : 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

23 students fall ill after midday meal in Rajasthan

June 3 : Twenty three students fell ill after consuming mid-day meal in Rajasthan's Dholpur Tuesday and were admitted to hospital, officials said. All had recovered and were discharged in the evening.The incident occurred at Panjipura Anganwadi centre in Kanchanpur area in Dholpur, over 250 km from Jaipur."A centre worker was serving meal (porridge) to students in the morning. After consuming it, the...
Source : Newkerala |
Category : City | City : Jaipur

Raje govt's 60-days work plan a 'political drama': Ashok Gehlot

60-days work plan to take the government to people as mere "political drama".said Raje's government machinery was camped in Bharatpur division for 10 days but the actual camp was held at her Dholpur palace."Bharatpur camp, taking entire cabinet in Bharatpur division, for over 10 days was just a show off but actual camp took place in her palace in Dholpur," it said.Gehlot said the 60-days vision document...
Source : Oneindia |
Category : Headlines | City : Delhi

23 students fall ill after midday meal in Rajasthan

Twenty three students fell ill after consuming mid-day meal in Rajasthan's Dholpur Tuesday and were admitted to hospital, officials said. All had recovered and were discharged in the evening.The incident occurred at Panjipura Anganwadi centre in Kanchanpur area in Dholpur, over 250 km from Jaipur."A centre worker was serving meal (porridge) to students in the morning. After consuming it, the students...
Source : Prokerala |
Category : Health | City : National

AAP announces two more candidates in its 12th list

Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) has announced names of its two candidates from Bharatpur and Dholpur-Karauli on its 12th list of nominees announced on Friday. According to the list, Gopal Phadia from Bharatpur and Ghanshayam Bairwa from Karauli Dholpur were nominated by the party. The party has nominated candidates from 24 seats excluding Dausa where the poll is scheduled on April 24.Phadia is a former Congressman...
Source : Times Of India |
Category : City | City : Jaipur
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