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Dausa elders ban mobiles for girls

A community panchayat in Rajasthan has unanimously favoured prohibiting girls from using personal mobile phones in order to ensure that they do not get involved with boys.

Pak migrant kids can join schools

The Rajasthan state government relaxed rules for the 7,000 Pakistani Hindus seeking Indian citizenship, allowing their children to enrol in government as well private educational institutions.

Rickshawpuller’s baby on life support, critical

Though the help pouring in from all quarters, there is no ending the sight to the sufferings of motherless Damini, the one-month-old baby girl of Bharatpur’s rickshawpuller Bablu.

Fire engulfs factory in Ajmer

A fire broke out today in a factoryand later engulfed four adjacent godowns in Ajmer city of Rajasthan. However, no one was injured in the incident.

The fire broke out in a factory of plastic materia

Raje: Not breaking away from BJP

Leader of the Opposition in the Rajasthan Assembly Vasundhara Raje has termed a report suggesting she may break away from the party a “conspiracy”.

PM, Sonia rally in Rajasthan today

Congress general secretary Rahul Gandhi arrives at a party workers’ meeting at Adampur, near Jalandhar, on Friday. 	— PTI

Though Assembly elections are due next year, it will be a show of strength on the part of the ruling Congress when UPA chairperson Sonia Gandhi and Prime Minister Manmohan Singh address a gathering on

Dissident MLAs complain to Gehlot against mantri

A group of dissident MLAs from the ruling Congress are using the Robert Vadra issue to mount pressure on Rajasthan chief minister Ashok Gehlot.

BJP yet to decide leadership issue in Rajasthan

Though the state BJP is gearing up for Assembly elections in Rajasthan, but the party is yet to resolve the issue of leadership.

Pak Hindus seek refugee status

Seeking refugee status in India, Pakistani Hindus on Friday took out a procession in Jaipur and protested outside the state Assembly. “We came from far-flung areas of the state to raise our voices.

MP seeks CBI probe into rape

Dausa MP Kirori Meena on Sunday staged dharna outside Banasthali Vidyapith in Tonk district demanding a CBI probe into the alleged cover-up of two rape cases in the university campus as claimed by its

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