RPSC Ajmer to fill 772 post by RAS 2010 Examination

Rajasthan Public Service commission (RPSC) Ajmer to fill 772 post of Administrative and sub-ordinate services via RAS 2010 Examination. As per the sources RAS 2010 exams to have 40 post for RAS while 364 post for "Rajya Seva", 408 post for "Rajya adhinasth seva", 121 post for vanijya seva.
RPSC ajmer give recruitment notification in upcoming 1 week for the examination.

Rajasthan Govt to promote livelihood-oriented works - Burdak

Rajasthan Agriculture Minister Harjiram Burdak has said the State Government was committed to promoting animal husbandry and livelihood-oriented works associated with it to ensure additional income to farmers. Addressing a workshop of veterinary doctors in Alwar on Monday, Mr. Burdak said the Veterinary University in the State – one of the eight functioning in the country – was running several programmes for improving the livestock breeds and protecting them against diseases.
Mr. Burdak called upon the veterinary experts to use their specialised knowledge to speed up research for improvement of breeds and popularise animal husbandry among farmers. “The livelihood aspect of animal husbandry should be the greatest attraction for the rural populace,” he said.Kraya-Vikraya Sahakari Samiti's chairperson Mahendra Shastri said the livestock formed an important component of rural life in the desert State and all attempts should be made to raise healthy and strong cattle.

Rajasthan Govt announces industrial and investment policy

After a wait of almost two years, the state government on Tuesday finally announced the new industrial and investment policy. The new policy focuses on strengthening the single-window system, developing Jaipur as a world-class city and developing special investment regions in the state, besides setting up of an industrial advisory council (Udyogik Salahakar Samiti). Jaipur will get an international trade fair complex, world-class convention centre, gems bourse and an education township, possibly on the PPP model.
Other features of the policy include special packages by council of minister (cabinet), the Rajasthan Enterprises Single Point Enabling and Clearance Act and single point electronic clearance and monitoring system. The Single Window Act and the Electronic Clearance System will make the process more effective.

26 CRPF personnel killed in Naxal ambush in Chhattisgarh

At least 26 CRPF personnel were on Tuesday gunned down in a deadly Naxal ambush in Narayanpur district of Chhattisgarh. The Maoists opened fire from a hilltop when the paramilitary men were returning from road opening duty on foot, CRPF Chief Vikram Srivastava said in New Delhi. Acccording to preliminary information, four special police officers (SPOs) of Chhattisgarh Police along with some CRPF personnel were also injured in the attack. The condition of one of the SPOs is stated to be serious, officials said. The troops were from the 39th battalion of the force and were a part of its 'E' and 'F' companies.
The troops were ambushed near Daurai Road area in the remote district, about 300 kms from Raipur. This is the third major Naxal attack on the CRPF since the Maoist strike on a force contingent on April six in Dantewada killing 75 of its personnel and a Chattisgarh policeman. On May 8, eight men of the paramilitary force were killed when naxals blew up a mine-proof vehicle also in Narayanpur district.

Rajasthan University B.A. Part III Result declared

Rajasthan University today announced the result of B.A. Part III exams 2010.

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REIL bags Rs.300 crore order from Rajasthan Govt

Rajasthan Electronics and Instruments Limited (REIL) Tuesday said it has got a Rs.300 crore order from the Rajasthan government to set up solar power packs in the state. Out of the Rs.300 crore, central financial assistance of Rs.92 crore has been sanctioned by the ministry of new and renewable energy, said REIL in a statement. A solar pack consists of solar-powered rechargeable batteries, which can be operated as a stand-alone unit. The packs will be installed in over 9,169 panchayats with a total capacity of 11 MW.
The electronic products manufacturer also said it had signed a five-year maintenance contract for the project. REIL is a joint venture of the government of India and Rajasthan government and has been conferred the status of a 'Mini Ratna'.

Student Unions election in Rajasthan on 25 August

Rajasthan Govt finally announce the date of University Student Unions election in Rajasthan after 6 years of ban imposed by HC. Student Unions election in Rajasthan will be held on 25 August 2010 while election process will starts from 16 August 2010.
Election will be held as per guidelines of lingdoh committee. Chief Minister Ashok gehlot approve the decision of conduction student union election in various universities as per Lingdoh Committee. Student union election was Ban by High court from 2004-2005 in rajasthan. Total 24 Govternment, 8 Deemed and 16 private universities can conduct election from next session 2010-2011. to conduct election was one of election agenda by Gehlot government during election.
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Maharani College Jaipur declared first cut-off

Maharani’s College has declared its first cut-off on Monday. Those aspiring for a B.Com degree need to have 90% or above, while other popular courses in humanities too have seen a rise in the cutoff marks. The college has received 10,000 applications against a little over 2,000 seats for various degree courses, a 35% rise compared to last year. The high cut-offs will only allow the creamy layer to seek admission in the five-decade old institution. “The high cutoff was expected with the kind of phenomenal Class XII results this year,” said Kusum Jain, principal, Maharani’s College.
Over 3,000 students had applied for B.Com (pass) course against a total of 240 seats, and another 500 students applied for B.Com (honours) which has 60 seats. One could gauge the level of competition as students with even 89.99% were not able to secure a seat. In the reserved categories—OBC, ST and SC—the first cut-off has gone beyond 75%. Students who have failed to secure a seat in the college, are now turning to the private colleges for admission. The college however, is yet to consider the 10% increase in the seats since it hasn’t received the circular from the Rajasthan University. Once it does, a few more students can hope to make it to the college. “I was quite sure to get admission in this college in the second list, which is scheduled to be announced in a week’s time,” said Rituka Sharma, who has scored 85% in commerce.
The list for humanities has sprung the biggest surprise with a substantial increase in the cut-off in comparison to last year. “It has touched an all time high of 76.9% for the pass course in general category. Even for OBC and ST the cut-off remains at 73.23% and 72.62% , which is reflecting a growing interest in arts courses,” said Jain. Against 600 seats for humanities,over 3,500 students had applied. Science stream has also seen an average rise of 1-2% in the cut-off marks. In almost all degree courses in BSC (honours) in Physics, Biology, Chemistry, Maths and Zoology, the cut-off has hovered around 70%.

Five People injured in clash during marriage in Alwar

Four to five people sustained mild injuries in a clash between members of a marriage party and group of different community following dispute over marraige procession of a Dalit groom in Basna village of Alwar district last night. According to police, people of a higher caste were against the marriage procession with Dalit groom riding a horse. The ensuing duel turn violent with both the sides clashing with batons and pelting stones. The police immediately intervened and prevented the situation from taking ugly turn.

Bopanna-Qureshi in Wimbledon doubles quarterfinals

India's Rohan Bopanna and his Pakistani partner Aisam-ul-Haq Qureshi stormed into the quarterfinals of the doubles competition of the Wimbledon with an impressive straight set victory over Lukas Lacko of Slovakia and Sergiy Stakhovsky of Ukraine in London Monday. Bopanna and Qureshi beat Lacko and Stakhovsky 7-5 7-6(7-4) 6-2 in a third round match. Indian ace Leander Paes and his Czech partner Lukas Dlouhy had crashed out of the doubles event in the second round while Somdev Devvarman and Treat Conrad Huey of Philippines had lost in the opening round to Bopanna and Qureshi. Another Indian Mahesh Bhupathi and his Belarussian partner Max Mirnyi, seeded fourth, are still in the fray and they play Robert Lindstedt and Horia Tecau in the pre-quarterfinals.

Enrique iglesias to release new album euphoria on 5th July

Enrique Iglesias returns his eagerly-anticipated new album, Euphoria. With its seductive pop, driving hip hop beats and heart of pure passion, Euphoria is set to bring a rush of blood to the dancefloor, with VIP guests including Akon, Nicole Scherzinger, Usher, Puerto Rican reggaeton duo Wisin and Yandel, Juan Luis Guerra and the legendary Lionel Richie.
His most diverse, eclectic collection to date, Euphoria is also Enrique?s first album to feature songs sung in both Spanish and English. "Is like nothing I've ever done before," says Enrique about his new production which will feature songs in English and Spanish. "It taps into so many different styles of music - it's been really exciting for me to experiment and explore new territory," he says.
Complete Track-List
» One Day At A Time Feat Akon
» Heartbeat Feat Nicole Scherzinger
» Dirty Dancer With Usher
» Why Not Me
» No Me Digas Que No Feat Wisin And Yandel
» Ayer
» Cuando Me Enamoro Feat Jean Luis Guerra
» Dile Que
» Tu Y Yo
» Heartbreaker
» Coming Home
» Everything?s Gonna Be Alright
» No Me Digas Que No

Rajasthan University BSc 1st Year Result declared

Rajasthan University declared the result of B.Sc 1st Year as well as BSc Part I Home Science and M.A. Final Year (Drawing & Painting) Exam Result for 2010.
For Result visit Rajasthan University website http://www.uniraj.ac.in/
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BSc Part I Exam Result 2010
BSc Part I Home Science Exam Result 2010
MA Final Yr (Drawing & Painting) Exam Result 2010

Saina Nehwal win Indonesia Open Super Series 2010

Ace Indian shuttler Saina Nehwal continued her rampaging form as she completed a spectacular hat-trick of titles by clinching the Indonesia Open Super Series with a straight-game triumph over Japan's Sayaka Sato in Jakarta on Sunday. Unbeaten for the past three weeks, the top seeded defending champion defeated her unseeded but resolute rival 21-19 13-21 21-11 in a rollercoaster encounter that lasted 45 minutes. This was Saina's third successive title, having won the Indian Open Grand Prix at home and the Singapore Open Super Series Tournament last week. This is also the 20-year-old's third Super Series title overall. In a see-saw battle, the 19-year-old Sato matched the defending champion shot for shot for most part of the opening game but was undone by her own mistakes at crucial junctures.
The first game that lasted 14 minutes had both the players tied 11-11 at one stage and though Saina remained ahead for most part after that, a gritty Sato did have her share of chances. Leading 20-18, Saina could have finished it off on her own serve but she handed Sato a chance by hitting the shuttle wide. But Sato could not capitalize and smacked a forehand into the net to give Saina the opening game. The second game saw Sato making a comeback with the change of ends also leading to a change in fortunes. The Japanese proved to be the more dominant of the two players in these 15 minutes as she raced to a 4-9 lead. Sato sent down some powerful shots from the baseline and Saina could only watch as they fell out of her range. The frustration of being out-witted by a rival ranked 26th in the world showed when Saina clinched her fist at one of Sato's unforced errors. Shaken by the setback, Saina roared back in the decisive third game. The Indian took a comprehensive 11-5 lead but continuing her never-say-die attitude, Sato reduced the margin to 9-13.
The Indian, however, was in no mood to slip up and emerged triumphant after reeling off four successive points. A jubilant Saina let out a huge scream after winning the title, which also made her richer by USD 18,750.

Rajasthan Roadways(RSRTC) hikes bus fares by 4-10%

Rajasthan State Road Transport Corporation (RSRTC) has enforced hike in its bus fare. ''The bus fare for different classes of RSRTC buses are being raised by 4 to 10 per cent with effect from midnight of June 28,'' a corporation spokesman said. While the minimum hike would be of four per cent, journey in Super Deluxe and AC coaches/Volvo would be costlier by 10 per cent, he said.
The state government had already given approval to the corporation's proposal for the hike about a fortnight ago. However, the decision was deferred in view of possibility of hike in price of petroleum products.

Six killed in road accident near Jaipur

Six persons were killed and ten others injured today when a pickup van collided with a jeep in Chilipuli area in the Jaipur district, police said. Injured persons were admitted to nearby hospitals in Jamwaramgarh and Manoharpur, they said, adding some of them were critical. Some of the bodies were mutilated beyond recognition, police said.

Sonia Gandhi lays foundation of 8.8 Km Rohtang Tunnel

The National Advisory Council Chairperson, Sonia Gandhi on Monday laid the foundation stone of the 8.8 kilometer horse shoe shaped tunnel at the southern portal, 25 kilometers from Manali in Himachal Pradesh. The Defence Minister Mr. A.K. Antony was also present on the occasion besides several dignitaries. The Border Roads Organisation spokesperson Col. Rahul Trivedi said the northern portal of the tunnel will open in the Kellong valley of Himachal Pradesh leading to Leh. Conceived way back in 1983, the two-lane tunnel for vehicle movement will help travellers avoid the Rohtang Pass, about 51 km from Manali, all year round and may reduce it to a mere tourist spot at an altitude of 3,978 metres.
Rohtang Pass remains closed for over six months a year due to heavy snowfall, cutting off the Lahaul-Spiti valley and Leh. The drilling the Rohtang tunnel will reduce the 475-km distance between Manali and Leh by 46 km, Minister of State for Defence M M Pallam Raju, who is in Manali ahead of the inauguration, said on Sunday. "The distance reduced by the tunnel may seem small, but look at the time that is saved for travellers. And the tunnel will be available for travellers all year long," he said.

Saina Nehwal enter into Indonesian Open Super Series semifinals

Defending champion Saina Nehwal overcame an opening game deficit to reach the semifinal of the Indonesian Open badminton tournament and stay on course for back-to-back Super Series title in Jakarta on Friday. Saina, who on Thursday jumped three spots to third in world rankings after winning the Singapore Super Series, looked rusty against Ella Diehl of Russia in the first game and was doing the catch up job from the start before losing it 17-21. The top seeded Indian, however, shrugged off the initial rustiness and stamped her authority over her opponent in the next two games by using to telling effect her superiority in smashes and long rallies.
Saina and the eight seeded Russian were neck-and-neck at 5-4 before the Indian pressed the accelerator in the second to take it 21-11. In the decider, Saina took a straightaway 6-0 lead and though the Russian reduced the gap 13-10, the Indian ran away with the game 21-16 and the match in 58 minutes. In the semifinal on Saturday, Saina will meet fourth seeded Eriko Hirose of Japan who beat fifth seeded Jie Yao of the Netherlands 21-19 10-21 22-20 in another quarterfinal match.

Fuel prices decontrolled; diesel, LPG, kerosene to rise

EGoM headed by Finance Min Pranab Mukherjee has cleared decontroling the prices of Petrol which makes it dearer by upto Rs 3.5 /litre while Diesel will be costlier by Rs 2/litre and LPG cylinder to cost Rs 35 more whereas kerosene will be dearer by Rs 3/litre from Friday. In a major decision to bring petroleum products in line with market rates, the government on Friday freed petrol from all pricing controls and hiked diesel prices by Rs. 2 a litre, Oil Secretary S. Sundareshan announced after the meeting of the Empowered Group of Ministers (EGoM) in New Delhi on Friday. Even diesel prices will be eventually freed of all administrative controls, Sundareshan said. The decisions, taken by the EGoM headed by Finance Minister Pranab Mukherejee, were timed appropriately to take advantage of relatively lower global crude prices, which are hovering around $77 a barrel.
Besides, this would also help cut down on the government’s huge subsidy bills, as also relieve the oil marketing PSUs of staggering burden on account of selling these fuels much below the market prices. Sundareshan said that the government would, however, continue to “heavily subsidise” the cooking fuels. Oil Minister Murli Deora had, on more than one occasion, briefed the Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and Mukherjee on the crisis that would befall oil PSUs if no decision was taken on hiking prices. In May, WPI-based inflation provisionally entered double digits at 10.16 percent. State oil firms currently lose about Rs. 215 crore per day on selling fuel below the imported cost. At present, petrol is being sold at Rs. 3.73 a litre below its cost, diesel at a loss of Rs. 3.80 per litre, kerosene at Rs. 18.82 a litre and domestic LPG at a discount of Rs. 261.90 on every 14.2-kg cylinder.

Rajasthan Board RBSE 10th Merit List 2010

Poonam of MD Public Senior Secondary School, Ojatu, topped the Board of Secondary Education, Rajasthan, Secondary Exam (10th Class) 2010, the results of which were declared on Friday. She scored 587 marks (97.83 per cent) out of 600.
The second rank was shared by three students - Bharati Swami of Smt. MDGD Singi Saraswati Girls V M Secondary School, Churu, Sarita Kapuria of Vivekanand Vidhya Bhawan Senior Secondary School, Marg Murlipura Scheme, Jaipur and Hemlata Vedwal of Jems India Senior Secondary School, Mahesh Nagar Ext., Jaipur. They secured 582 marks (97 per cent).
Third rank was also shared by three students - Shubham Gupta of Aakash Deep Senior Secondary School, Agarwal Farm, Mansarowar, Jaipur, Anmol Deepak of Apex Public Senior Secondary School, 3/9 Kuri Bhagtasani HB, Jodhpur and Madhu Sudan Chhangani of Sharda Senior Secondary School, Nagaur - scoring 581 (96.83 per cent) marks.
Four students have shared the fourth rank by getting 580 marks. Shubham Kumar of Adarsh V M Secondary School, Kaman Darwaja, Deeg (Bharatpur), Deepak Kumar Meena of Abhimanyu Bal Vidhya Mandir Senior Secondary School, Pech Ki Bawdi (Bundi), Prerna Yadav of Shri Krishan Senior Secondary School, Dumolikhurd (Jhunjhunu) and Abhishek Mandora of Adarsh Vidhya Mandir Secondary School, Bhawani Mandi (Jhalawar). Lokesh Kumar Verma of Prem Shanti Public Senior Secondary School, New Light Colony, Tonk Road, Jaipur and Shraddha Kiran Swami of Vivekanand Public Senior Secondary School, Tonk shared the fifth rank as both scored 579 marks. A total of 81 students made it to the provisional merit list.

Rajasthan Board's 10th Exam result today at 4 PM

Rajasthan Board's 10th Exam result will be declared today(25 June) at 4:00 PM by RBSE Ajmer. Board will declare the results of class X today evening.
The results of Secondary Education will be announced by Rajasthan Board of School Education, Ajmer. The results will be published on the official website of the Rajasthan Board of School Education, Ajmer and on the website of the Rajasthan results.
Students can check their results on the following websites:



Best wishes to the all students.

South-West Monsoon to hit Rajasthan by end of June

The South-West monsoon is expected to arrive in Rajasthan by the end of this month, Director Meteorology Centre S S Singh said here today. ''The monsoon normally hits parts of Rajasthan between June 16 to 18 but this year it got delayed, Mr Singh told UNI. However, now a low pressure area was expected to be formed in the Bay of Bengal in a day or two and that might trigger progress in the monsoon, he said. Meanwhile, high temperatures coupled with sultry weather conditions kept people uncomfortable in most of the parts of the desert lands including the state capital. The district administration had ordered closure of private schools in Jaipur till June 27, which had already reopened after summer vacation.

BJP demands EC to freeze Congress election symbol

The BJP state legal cell has urged the Election Commission to freeze the Congress' election symbol Palm(Hand). In a representation made to the commission today the cell convener Yogendra Singh Tanwar stated that palm is not only a human body part but it also resembles with a number of religious symbols. He said that the use of human body part or a religious symbol for a political party in election was against the spirits of the Constitution. "Therefore, the present symbol of the Congress must be withdrawn and accordingly some suitable symbol must be allotted," Mr Tanwar said.

India beat Sri Lanka to lift Asia Cup

A 15-year-old title drought came to an end as India won the Asia Cup cricket tournament after crushing defending champions Sri Lanka by 81 runs in a lop-sided final on Thursday. Electing to bat first, India posted a competitive 268 for six and then defended the total without much hiccup with the seamers producing a scintillating performance, skittling out the hosts for 187 in 44.4 overs at the Rangiri Dambulla International Stadium. This was India's first Asia Cup triumph since Mohammad Azharuddin had led them to the title in Sharjah in 1995. On that occasion also, India had beaten Sri Lanka by eight wickets in the final.
The Indian seam attack rose to the challenge when it mattered the most, accounting for the scalps of Tillakaratne Dilshan (0), Upul Tharanga (16), Mahela Jayawardene (11), Angelo Mathews (0) and captain Kumar Sangakkara (17) in just 16 overs. Sri Lanka never recovered from those telling blows. But for Kapugedera's unbeaten 55 of 88 balls, which was laced with four boundaries and a six, the match would have ended sooner. Nehra was the most successful Indian bowler with four for 40 while Zaheer Khan and Ravindra Jadeja taking two wickets apiece by conceding 36 and 29 runs respectively. Praveen Kumar chipped in with one wicket.

Title holders Italy crash out of World Cup

Reigning champions Italy crashed out of the World Cup on Thursday, losing 3-2 to Slovakia, who reached the last 16 along with Paraguay after the South American's 0-0 draw with Group F rivals New Zealand. Robert Vittek was Slovakia's hero with two goals before Kamil Kopunek's clincher against a poor Italian side who finished bottom of the group and for whom Antonio Di Natale and Fabio Quagliarella netted consolation strikes. Paraguay topped the group after their stalemate with New Zealand left them on five points to four for the Slovakians, who are appearing in their first finals.

Partial lunar eclipse on 26th June

This year's first partial lunar eclipse will occur on 26th June when more than 50 per cent of the full moon disc will be under earth's shadow, but it will be visible only in the Northeast in India. "The moon will rise in Kolkata around 6:25 pm, but only the end phase of the eclipse will be visible in the Northeast, including Assam," M P Birla Planetarium Director (Research and Academics) Debiprosad Duari said in Kolkata on Thursday. The eclipse will be visible in Eastern Asia, Australia, Antarctica, parts of America and the Indian and the Pacific Oceans, he said.
The partial lunar eclipse will start around 3.46 pm and continue till 6:20 pm, during which more than 50 per cent of the moon will be within the main umbral shadow. Kolkatans last viewed a lunar eclipse on 31st December, 2009. The next lunar eclipse will occur on 21st December this year in India. Sky watchers in India will have to wait till 15th June, 2011 to watch a total lunar eclipse which will be seen in its entirety from India and neighbouring countries, Duari said.

PM leave today to attend the G20 summit

Prime Minister Dr. Manmohan Singh will leave for Canada Friday to attend the G20 summit that will focus on economic recovery and global development led by India and China. Prime Minister will arrive in Toronto on 26th June for G20 summit where he will hold talks with his Canadian counterpart Stephen Harper and sign a bilateral civil nuclear cooperation agreement that would allow India to secure uranium, nuclear equipment and technology to meet its energy needs.
Dr. Singh’s delegation will include the Deputy-Chairmen of the Planning Commission Montek Singh Ahluwalia, National Security Advisor Shiv Shankar Menon and Foreign Secretary Nirupama Rao among others.

Indian rupee to get a new symbol soon

The Indian rupee is all set to get its own unique symbol, joining the club of other international currencies, such as, dollar, pound sterling, euro and the yen as currencies with an identity that is recognizable worldwide. The Cabinet will decide on the matter on Thursday. A symbol reflecting the Hindi alphabet 'R' is likely to be approved.
Five designs had been shortlisted by the government after an all-India contest. These signs are easy to write and are specially designed to appeal to Indian and international community.

Jaswant Singh singh to rejoin BJP

Lok Sabha MP and former External Affairs Minister Jaswant Singh will rejoin the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) later Thursday, a party spokesman said. He will be admitted into the party in the presence of senior leader LK Advani and party president Nitin Gadkari, spokesman Ramnath Kovind told IANS. Jaswant Singh's reinduction into the party fold comes 10 months after he was expelled from the BJP over his book on Pakistan's founder Muhammad Ali Jinnah in August last year. Jaswant Singh represents Darjeeling in West Bengal in the Lok Sabha.

Julia Gillard becomes First female PM of Australia

Julia Gillard has been announced on Thursday as Australia's first woman prime minister after Kevin Rudd stepped down in tears as the ruling Labour Party's leader at a ballot meeting. Gillard, who said that she was "honoured" to head the country, will now decide when to lead the party into the next election. She will be sworn in as prime minister by Governor- General Quentin Bryce at 12.30pm.
The new leader for the Labour Party was elected unopposed. A visibly upset Rudd, who could barely speak, stood aside to avoid a humiliating defeat.According to reports, Rudd was reduced to tears as he addressed his colleagues and announced his decision to stand aside as the leader. Rudd ignored questions from reporters as he left the caucus room. Gillard was believed to have had the numbers before going into this morning's ballot, which was not held. The 49-year-old leader also had the backing of the powerful Australian Workers Union.

Rajasthan Pre BSTC Exam 2010 result declared

The Government College, Ajmer, Rajasthan, a premier higher education institute in India, has released the results of Pre BSTC 2010 examination on Wednesday. The results can be seen on: http://www.bstc2010.org/.

The cut-off marks for various categories is as follows:
General Male - 426, General Female - 407,
SC Male - 400, SC Female - 368,
ST Male - 412, ST Female - 385,
TADA Male - 358, TADA Female - 315,
OBC Male - 414, OBC Female - 393,
Widow - 280, Divorce - 320

RBSE Ajmer Class 10th result on 25 June 2010

RBSE(Rajasthan Board of Secondary Education), Ajmer is all set to declare result for Class 10th this week on 25 June 2010. Board called a higher level meeting for result processing and result will be declared by next week as per board source. RBSE Ajmer have around 12 Lakh student from State.

Rajasthan Board's 10th Exam result today (25 June 2010) at 4 PM

8 Killed in Road accident in Rajasthan

Eight people were killed and two other injured in a collision between a car and a container near satkheda village in chittorgarh district. The victims were travelling in the car after atteding marriage. One of injured is trasferd to Udaipur. All the victims belongs to ajmer district. Police is looking into matter and two injured are given medical assistance and transferred to hospital.

Govt recommends death penalty for Afzal Guru

The central Home Ministry has written to the President of India that Afzal Guru's is a fit case for death sentence, in response to the mercy plea filed by his wife Tabassum. The Centre said the nature of the crime is heinous and the convict in the Parliament House attack deserves no mercy. A ministry note says: "Mercy petition filed by Tabassum, wife of the Parliament House attack convict Afzal Guru, should be rejected. Nature of the crime committed is heinous and he deserves no mercy." However, eminent jurist Shanti Bhushan termed the Centre's move unfortunate, saying Guru was only a conspirator of the attack, and did not carry out the attack. "This is very unfortunate. The government is bowing down to the Opposition pressure. Death penalty is for the person who actually does the act. He was only a conspirator, so the SC should not have given him death sentence. It is an additional punishment to be on the death row for five years," said Shanti Bhushan.
The petition for mercy to Guru did not find favour from the Home ministry following recommendation of the Delhi LG Tejendra Khanna. The case has been dragging on for nine years. Five terrorists had attacked the parliament on December 13, 2001 leaving seven security personnel dead. Sopore resident Mohammed Afzal Guru was charged with plotting the attack a few days later. On December 18, 2002, the Delhi High Court awarded death sentence to Guru following which he moved the Supreme court. But the apex court upheld the death sentence on August 4, 2005. Guru's hanging was fixed for October 20, 2006 but his wife Tabassum had filed a mercy petition and as a result his execution was stayed. As per procedure, the then President APJ Kalam sought the Home Ministry's views on the plea. The Home Ministry in turn sent the Afzal file to the Delhi government seeking advice where it was held up for four years. The state government acted only after 16 reminders. Lt Governor Tejinder Khanna sought clarifications on the Afzal Guru mercy petition last month on May 18, 2010.

Mercury rise to 49 degree after Phet in Rajasthan

The intense heat wave tightened its grip over the state claming two lives in Jaipur on Monday. With the state boiling, Sriganganagar recorded a maximum temperature of 48.7 degrees Celsius. Pink City sizzled at 45 degrees Celsius, a minor dip of .8 degree from Sunday, when it recorded the second highest temperature in a decade in June. A rag picker and a sweeper fell prey to the scorching heat in the city. Meanwhile, the minimum temperature also shot up to 33.6 degrees Celsius, four degree above normal. While the scorching mercury brought life to a standstill in several parts of the state, the Met office doesn’t predict any immediate relief. “No significant change will be seen in the maximum temperature over the Northwest India during the next two-three days,” the Met said.
However, there was some respite in store for Southern Rajasthan which witnessed duststorm and thunderstorms on Sunday. At all other places in the state, the maximum temperature has remained nearly six degrees above normal. Thunderstorms or dust storms over the next few hours can check the upward march of the mercury, the Met said. It has predicted isolated duststorm or thunderstorm to hit parts of northwest India, but rules out the possibility of rain. According to the Meteorological office, the monsoon is likely to strengthen from June 25 onwards with formation of low pressure areas over the north Bay of Bengal. This may lead to increase in the rainfall over East and Central India. The east-west seasonal trough is likely to increase the thunderstorm activity over the Gangetic plains.

GoM recommended 1,320 crore package for Bhopal gas victims

The Group of Ministers on Bhopal gas disaster on Monday recommended a Rs 1,320 crore package for the victims enhancing the compensation for the kin of dead to Rs 10 lakh and for permanently disabled Rs five lakh. The GoM, headed by Home Minister P Chidambaram, concluded four-day deliberations and submitted its report to Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, which will be considered by the Union Cabinet at a special meeting on Friday. The Ministers recommended fresh steps to seek extradition of former chief of Union Carbide Warren Anderson and filing of a curative petition in the Supreme Court to restore stringent charges against the accused in the gas leak disaster that claimed over 15,000 lives nearly 26 years ago. Surface Transport Minister Kamal Nath, a member of the GoM, told reporters that the dead would get Rs 10 lakh while the permanently disabled will get Rs five lakh, those temporarily disabled will get Rs one lakh.
Those afflicted by cancer and other serious ailments will get Rs two lakh, Nath said adding the money would be given after deducting payments already made to the victims. He said the Centre would foot Rs 750 crore in this regard. Madhya Pradesh Minister Babulal Gaur, who is also a member of the GoM, expressed dissatisfaction over the package saying the state government has demanded a Rs 5,000 crore package.

Professor/ Asst Professors Job at Rajasthan University, Jaipur

Rajasthan University, Applications in the prescribed form are invited for appointment on the post of Professor, Associate Professor and Assistant Professor in various subject as mentioned below in Rajasthan University at Jaipur :
A. Professor:
No of Post : 35 posts
Scale of Pay : Rs. 37400 to 67000 AGP Rs. 10000/- per month.
Qualification & Experience : As per UGC norms.Age Limit : As per UGC norms.
B. Associate Professor :
No of Post : 52 posts,
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Rajasthan govt seek Centre's assistance to RMSA, RTE

The Rajasthan government has urged the Union government to provide financial assistance for better implementation of the Rashtriya Madhyamik Shiksha Abhiyan (RMSA), Right to Education (RTE) Act and several other schemes in the state. ''Earlier, it was decided that the RMSA would be financed by the Centre and state governments on 55:45 sharing basis. After our request, the Centre agreed on 65:35 sharing basis. Even this assistance is not enough for our state due to its geographical condition,'' Rajasthan Education Minister Bhanwar Lal Meghwal said yesterday at the 57th meeting of the Central Advisory Board of Education(CABE), chaired by Union Human Resource Development Minister Kapil Sibal.
''Free of cost benefits are being provided to girl students of class sixth and eighth of Kasturba Gandhi Residential Schools in 186 blocks of the state,'' he added. He urged the Centre for assistance as the state has been planning to open 1990 schools this year, besides providing several facilities in at least 11,000 schools. ''The Centre should also provide financial assistance to implement the Right to Education Act in the state,'' Mr Meghwal said and informed that the state government has constituted five task forces to implement RTE.

Gehlot deny any death from hunger in Udaipur

Stories of starvation deaths in Udaipur district are false and politically motivated, chief minister Ashok Gehlot said on Sunday. The government is providing 25 kg of wheat at the rate of Rs 2 per kg to people below poverty line. Besides, the National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme is there in every village and Rajasthan is the first state in the country to implement this scheme. “The allegation of people dying of hunger is not only false but malicious,” he said. He was responding to questions of reporters during his visit to Udaipur. A few days back, Kirorilal Meena MP had staged a dharna in Udaipur alleging tribals were dying of starvation in Kotara tehsil in the district. Earlier, he inaugurated the fifth national convention of Adivasi Bhil Samaj at Chitrakoot Nagar in Udaipur. The convention was organised by Rajasthan Bhil Samaj Vikas Samiti. Addressing the convention, he said the state government was making all efforts to bring the poor and disadvantaged sections of the society to the mainstream. The government has decided to give land rights to 60,000 tribal families. Out of these, 30,000 families have already been given the pattas (land deeds). Hostels have been built in Jodhpur and other divisional headquarters to provide opportunities of education to the marginalized people. The government has decided to provide high-yielding varieties of seeds and fertilisers to the farmers to increase output, he said. Addressing the convention, Union minister CP Joshi said that policies like food security for all, right to education and programmes like NREGA have changed the face of rural India. Minister for tribal development Mahendrajeet Singh Malviya said the cause of backwardness of tribals is poverty and lack of education. He appealed to the tribal community to abandon the practice of consuming liquor and asked them to take maximum benefits from the policies of the government. Mangilal Garasia, minister of state for sports and education, said there should be a special agriculture policy for peasants with small holdings. The convenor of the convention, Chheetarmal Khant, highlighted the problems of the tribals.

Rajasthan gets elephant village at Kunda

Rajasthan Tourism Minister Bina Kak inaugurated an elephant village that would house 51 pachyderms here on Saturday. About 49 acres of land was allotted for the project named 'Elephant Village' in Kunda village, close to the Amer fort. The project was jointly funded by the Central and State government. "As of now, 51 elephants have been accommodated here and each has got its marked house, rest would also get the same," Kak said.
"The project was in the pipeline for the last 40 years and now with the initiative of the government of Rajasthan for the past two years, the initiative finally bore fruit," said Shyam Gupta, general secretary, Elephant Owners Association. According to officials, 32 of the 51 shelters have been allotted to elephant owners.

Gurgaon to get Delhi Metro service from today

Gurgaon will be closer to Delhi from Monday onwards when a Metro train will chug into the satellite city, fulfilling its residents' long awaited desire for an effective transport link to the national capital. The 14.47 km-long line, connecting Qutub Minar with HUDA City Centre in Gurgaon, will be thrown open to the public from 8 am on Monday onwards. It got clearance by Commissioner of Metro Rail Safety R K Kardam last week. DMRC sources said no formal function will be held because the trial runs on this section were launched with much fanfare by Urban Development Minister S Jaipal Reddy and Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda.
They said a formal function is likely to be held when the remaining section -- Qutub Minar-Central Secretariat -- of the corridor is inaugurated in July. Revenue train services will commence simultaneously from Qutub Minar and HUDA City Centre stations at 8 am. With this, Gurgaon will become the second satellite city to get Metro connectivity after Noida, where it reached last November. The Delhi Transport Corporation (DTC) is planning to run connecting bus services from Qutub Minar Metro station to Central Secretariat Metro station from 6.15 am to 11.45 pm. Passengers can cover the entire distance in around 25 minutes by paying a ticket fare of Rs 18, while the minimum ticket rate is priced at Rs 8. Over 100 Customer Facilitation Agents are likely to be deployed as a special measure at all the stations to help them use AFC Gates, lifts and escalators and guide them at platforms and circulating area of the station. besides this, special Customer Care Centres will be set up at all stations of this line for passenger convenience. The mood is already jubilant in the satellite city with people deciding to commute through metro to reach Delhi.

Saina Nehwal wins second Super Series title

Ace shuttler Saina Nehwal won a second Super Series title on Sunday after beating Tzu Ying Tai of Chinese Taipei 21-18, 21-15 in the summit clash of the Singapore Open. World No.6 Saina, who bagged her maiden Super Series title in June last year by winning the Indonesian Open, scored a come-from-behind victory over Lan Lu of China in the semifinals of the Singapore Open on Saturday.

Reliance to operate TV Channel

In a strategic move to enter the television broadcasting space, Anil Ambani Group firm Reliance Broadcast Network Ltd will form an equal joint venture with US media conglomerate CBS Corp to own and operate TV channels. RBN, previously known as Reliance Media World Ltd, will form a 50:50 joint venture with CBS Studios International, a wholly owned subsidiary of CBS Corp, "for the purpose of owing or operating a portfolio of television channels," the company informed the stock exchanges. With RBN's multi-media presence and integrated sales offerings, combined with the content muscle of CBS Corp, BIG CBS stands to bite into a sizable slice of India's burgeoning television industry. "As currently proposed, the joint venture would include certain programming rights across the countries of India, Nepal, Bhutan, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, the Maldives and Pakistan for now," it said in a 19th June letter to the Bombay Stock Exchange and National Stock Exchange of India.
RBN and CBS will have equal 50 per cent equity interest in the joint venture. The joint venture will initially broadcast English language general entertainment channels and will explore Hindi and regional language general entertainment channels in the next phase. "RBN and CBS have today (10th June) signed a preliminary, non-binding term sheet, which is subject to, among other things, customary diligence, the negotiation and execution of definitive documentation, etc., which are presently underway and which the parties intend to endeavour in good faith to complete within a period of one month," RBN said. RBN operates India's largest radio network (92.7 BIG FM) and is into outdoor, promotions and events.

CM Gehlot launches affordable housing scheme in Rajasthan

More than 20,500 houses will be built on affordable cost for Economically Weaker Sections (EWSs), lower income group and middle-income group in six towns of Rajasthan under the Private Public Partnership(PPP) Housing Scheme launched by Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot today. Addressing the newspersons here, Mr Gehlot said a maximum of 14,441 multi-storey flats would be built for people belonging to different sections in and around the state capital under the scheme launched under the newly formulated Affordable Housing Policy. Besides the Pink City, the scheme is being launched in Udaipur, Bhiwadi(Alwar), Ajmer, Dausa and Kuchamancity(Nagaur), the Chief Minister said. Over 1.25 lakh houses were targeted to be constructed under the scheme in next four years, he added.
The public-private partnership module for affordable housing scheme ‘Sahbhagita Awas Yojna’, was officially launched on Friday. The application forms for the various schemes being developed under the module will be available from June 21. Releasing the manual, chief minister Ashok Gehlot said efforts will be initiated to extend the benefits of the scheme to small towns and villages. “The state government plans to develop 1.25 lakh affordable houses over the next five years under the scheme. Currently, it has been implemented in few towns, and soon it will be extended to all 33 districts in the state” said Gehlot. The chief minister asked more private developers and financial institutions to contribute towards providing affordable housing for citizens.

Rajasthan BJP Demands disqualification of 17 Congress MLAs

The BJP on Friday demanded disqualification of 17 Congress MLAs from Rajasthan Assembly alleging that they have defied their party whip by voting for BJP candidates in the Rajya Sabha elections. BJP National Secretary Kirit Somaiya has written to the Election Commission seeking action against these MLAs for giving their second preference votes to BJP candidates Ram Jethmalani and VP Singh. Somaiya was party's observer for the Rajasthan elections.
In a letter to the EC's Special Observer for Rajasthan, KF Wilfred, Somaiah said, "We feel that these MLAs have violated the whip of their party. The motto/objective of the 2003 amendment to the Representation of People Act 1951 is to bring discipline, transparency and...against indiscipline and corrupt practices. Hence we want action."

Bank of Rajasthan employees on strike from Monday

Bank of Rajasthan employees on strike from Monday and Banking operations in Rajasthan are set to be paralysed Monday with all bank employees threatening to boycott work in support of the three-day strike by Bank of Rajasthan staffers, a bank employees union official said Friday. The Bank of Rajasthan's (BoR) 4,300 employees in all 468 branches in the country shall launch a three-day agitation starting Monday, in protest against its proposed take-over by the ICICI Bank, All India Bank Employees Association (AIBEA) secretary Vishwas Utagi said. All other bank unions and staff have decided to go on a day's strike to express solidarity with them, he added. The stir follows a two-day agitation by the BoR employees June 4 and 5, Utagi added.
According to Utagi, the BoR is a very old private sector bank with an all-India banking network, and owning prime properties worth billions of rupees across Rajasthan. 'In recent times, the Tayal business group had taken control over the bank's board and misused the public funds in the bank,' Utagi alleged, adding that the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) then imposed fines of Rs.2.5 million on the bank for violating its guidelines in financial matters.

Friday prayer of Ajmer Urs attended by Pakistani pilgrims

About 125,000 pilgrims from various parts of the country on Friday attended the Juma namaz on the 798th Urs of Moinuddin Chishti here in Ajmer. Thousands of hands went up in unison wishing peace and prosperity and desiring good monsoon this time in the country. Pakistani pilgrims attended the namaz with other devotees.Long lines of devotees were seen during the prayers. Attending the Friday prayers in Ajmer at the time of Urs is one of the fond desires of every pilgrim. To control the crowd the district administration deputed 17 zonal magistrates.
The long queue of devotees stretched from the dargah to Delhi Gate, Dhan Mandi, Naya Bazaar, Madar Gate, Station Road and nearby areas. The pilgrims who were inside the dargah at the time of namaz felt lucky. To attend the Friday prayers in Ajmer, thousands of devotees reached Ajmer last night. The annual event culminates with readings from the Quran and special prayers.

CBI blast multi-crore scam in railway recruitment

The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) on Friday unearthed a multi-crore scam related to recruitment in railways, exposing a major hole in what was touted as a failsafe scheme for appointments by the country’s largest employer. Those who have been nabbed include the son of S M Sharma, chairman of the Railway Recruitment Board, Mumbai, who used the huge funds acquired by leaking exam papers to buy a a Mitsubishi Pajero. The other accused are A K Jagannathan, former assistant divisional rail manager, and his son Srujan. Railway Recruitment Boards — in all 20 — are responsible for recruiting around 50,000 employees for jobs, including drivers, guards and assistant station masters having a direct bearing for the safety of passengers. The recruitment procedure was revamped following complaints of largescale corruption and favouritism. The Mumbai scam shows that the process is still not foolproof and that the functionaries of the notoriously corrupt Recruitment Boards know how to exploit the vulnerabilities.

300 Ayurved Chikitsadhikari Jobs Advertisement by RPSC Ajmer

Rajasthan Public Service Commission (RPSC), Ajmer has an advertisement of Ayurved Chikitsadhikari. The last date to apply these Vacancies in RPSC is 30/07/2010. The following detail, procedure and application form.
Post Name: Ayurved Chikitsadhikari
No.of Vacancies: 300 posts
Pay Scale : PB-3 (Rs.15600-39100) with Grade Pay of Rs. 5400
Age : 20 to 45 Years as on 01.01.2010
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12 New BPharma Colleges in Rajasthan gets PCI approval

Pharmacy council of India(PCI) approve 12 New B.Pharma degree Colleges in Rajasthan for session 2010-11.
List of new B.Pharma Colleges:

1. Lal bahadur shastri college of pharmacy, Jaipur
2. Arya college of pharmacy, Jaipur
3. Shri Balaji college of pharmacy, Jaipur
4. Alwar college of pharmacy, alwar
5. Maharshi arvind institute of pharmacy, Jaipur
6. Apex institute of technology, jaipur
7. Bhupal nobal college of pharmacy, udaipur
8. Seth G.L. Bihani Sriganganagar
9. Gyan vihar school of pharmacy, Jaipur
10. Sanjivani college of pharmacy, jhunjhunu
11. Institute of pharmaceutical science khonagoriayan
12. Bhupal nobal girls college of pharmacy, udaipur

Prithvi-II successfully test-fired off Orissa coast

India on Friday successfully test-fired its indigenously developed, nuclear-capable, ballistic missile Prithvi-II from the Integrated Test Range (ITR) at Chandipur, about 15 km from Balasore off the Orissa coast. The missile mounted on a mobile launcher was blasted off from the launch complex-3 in the ITR at around 6:50 am, defence sources said. "The trial of Prithvi-II, conducted by the Army, has gone through nicely," ITR Director S P Dash said. With a maximum striking range of 350 km, Prithvi-II is capable of carrying a pay-load of 500 kg.
The test firing of the surface-to-surface missile, which has already been inducted into Indian armed forces, was a users trial by the Army's specialised group "strategic force command" (SFC), the sources said. Prithvi, the first ballistic missile developed under the country's prestigious Integrated Guided Missile Development Programme (IGMDP), is propelled by liquid propulsion twin engine.

Rajasthan RPET 2010 Result declared

Board of Technical Education Rajasthan (BTER), Jodhpur has declared the Rajasthan Pre Engineering Test (RPET) 2010 Results. The results can be checked from the official website of Rajasthan Pre Engineering Test (RPET) by logging into the link www.techedu.rajasthan.gov.in.
The direct link for visiting the results page is http://www.techedu.rajasthan.gov.in/RPET/Getresult.htm. The results can be obtained by entering the respective Roll Numbers of the candidates. Rajasthan Pre Engineering Test (RPET) is conducted every year by the BTER (Board of Technical Education Rajasthan) for the admission of 50,000 students in various colleges across Rajasthan for B.Tech and B.E. courses.

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Anand Sharma, Jethmalini among winners in Rajasthan

Union Commerce Minister Anand Sharma and eminent lawyer Ram Jethmalini were among those who Thursday won the Rajya Sabha election from Rajasthan. Ash Ali Tak of the Congress and V.P. Singh of the Bharatiaya Janata Party (BJP) were the other candidates who were elected to the upper house of parliament from the state. In all, five candidates, two each of the Congress and the BJP and independent Santosh Bagrodia, were in the fray for the four seats. Bagrodia, a sitting Rajya Sabha MP from the Congress, was not given a ticket by the party this time. Bagrodia, however, had a tacit understanding with the Congress and had made the elections tough for the BJP candidates. Fearing cross-voting and horse trading, the BJP, for the last couple of days, had locked up all its legislators in a hotel on the outskirts of the city.
The Congress has 102 legislators in the 200-member assembly, while the opposition BJP has 79 members. The BJP needed 82 votes to ensure victory for both the candidates and with the Communist Party of India-Marxist, which has three members, abstaining from voting, the BJP only needed 80 votes which it was able to garner thanks to the support of lone Janata Dal-United Fateh Singh and an independent.

Rajya Sabha election begins in Rajasthan

The polling for biennial elections for four Rajya Sabha seats from Rajasthan, which will decide fate of five contestants, including Union Commerce and Industry Minister Anand Sharma and former Union Minister Ram Jethmalani, began here today. The polling began at 0900 hrs at the booth set up in the Rajasthan Assembly complex. Ruling Congress MLA Mamta Bhupesh cast the first vote of the day followed by BJP member and former chief minister Vasundhara Raje.
The polling is scheduled to be concluded by 1600 hrs and the counting of votes will be held immediately after the voting is over. The results are expected by the evening. Besides Mr Sharma and Mr Jethmalani, former Rajasthan Minister Ask Ali Tak (Congress), former Bhilwara MP V P Singh (BJP) and former Union Minister Santosh Bagrodia (Congress-supported Independent) are also in the fray.

Rajasthan BJP MLA in Rajneeti's pirated CD case

Rajasthan BJP's MLA are now days in fresh row of Rajneeti film's pirated CD case. A local court will hear tomorrow a complaint lodged against BJP whip Rajendra Singh Rathore and two others for arranging a pirated film CD for his party MLAs at a hotel here. In the complaint filed before the Chief Judicial Magistrate (Jaipur district), under the Indian Copyright Act and the Information Technology Act, complainant Yogendra alleged that Mr Rathore, the hotel owner and the manager yesterday arranged for a pirated CD of Bollywood film 'Rajneeti' for the MLAs, who were staying there since Monday night. "Hence, they are guilty of violation of above two Acts," the complainant stated. The BJP MLAs, in large numbers, are staying in the hotel, ahead of the Rajya Sabha polling scheduled for tomorrow.

Jaswant Singh may return back in BJP

Barring the formality of an announcement, the return of senior leader Jaswant Singh to the Bharatiya Janata Party is certain. Ahead of the party's Patna conclave BJP president Nitin Gadkari had met Mr. Singh. However, to use Mr. Singh's words, “some distance” remained to be covered. Almost a week later, the deal seems to be done. It is expected that when Mr. Gadkari returns to the capital next week — he has gone to Mumbai — a formal announcement will be made. Asked about Mr. Singh's homecoming, senior general secretary Ananth Kumar said on Tuesday: “You will get to know when the announcement is made.”
Mr. Singh, who represents Darjeeling in the 15th Lok Sabha, was summarily expelled after some senior party leaders objected to his views on Pakistan founder Mohammad Ali Jinnah in a biography authored by him. His expulsion came at the BJP's ‘chintan baithak' in Shimla soon after the party's defeat in the 2009 Lok Sabha elections. The demand for his ouster was led by Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi, who alleged that there were derogatory references to India's first Home Minister Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel in his book and it would be difficult for him to explain this away to the people of Gujarat. With several party leaders asking for his expulsion and senior leader L.K. Advani acquiescing by his silence, then party president Rajnath Singh signed off the order expelling Mr. Singh without giving him even a show-cause notice. Ten months later, there are many leaders in the party who feel gross injustice was done to him. Mr. Gadkari had also announced his intention of trying to “bring home” some leaders who had parted company but had continued to believe in the party's ideology.

Rajasthan remembers Laila, Majnu

A fair is held in Rajasthan near the India-Pakistan border in memory of the star-crossed lovers - Laila and Majnu - who are believed to be buried in a tomb there. The legend of these two lovers has also influenced Sufi literature where the tale is a prototype of divine love - the beloved Laila is actually god or a divine lover worshipped by Majnu who is literally possessed by her love. But in western Rajasthan, the story is symbolic of the composite culture of the sub continent. So in this fair, hundreds of people collect to ask for the blessing of the two lovers and the gift of true love in their lives. "I heard there was a fair here so I came to see. It is said that whatever you ask for here, you get it," said a girl visiting the fair.
Before the Kargil conflict this shrine was also open to Pakistani visitors. There are many variations to the legend of Laila and Majnu. In a version popular here Laila is forcibly married off to another man. Her husband challenges majnu but as soon as his sword pierces Majnu's heart, it is Laila who dies. The tomb of Laila Majnu is a major attraction in these parts, therefore it's not surprising that even one of the BSF posts on this border is called the Majnu post.

Govt to sell 105 more share of CIL, Hindustan copper

The government has approved disinvestment of 10 per cent equity each in mining companies Coal India Ltd and Hindustan Copper Ltd. The decision was taken at a meeting of the Cabinet Committee of Economic Affairs. "Disinvestment of Coal India Ltd would be through book building process in the domestic market. One per cent of the equity will be offered to the employees of Coal India Ltd and its eight subsidiaries," Home Minister P Chidambaram told reporters after the CCEA meeting. The Committee also decided to allow five per cent price concession to retail investors and employees of Coal India Ltd (CIL). The paid up equity capital of CIL is Rs 6,316.36 crore and the government owns 100 per cent stake in the coal major. For the disinvestment of Hindustan Copper Ltd, there will be a fresh issue of equity to extent of 10 per cent of the pre-issued paid up capital. "In conjunction with the issue of the equity, government will also disinvest its 10 per cent pre-issued paid up capital of the company (Hindustan Copper)," Chidambaram said.

Oil spill the worst environmental disaster - Obama

The massive oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico down south is the worst environmental disaster America has ever faced, US President Barack Obama has said. "This oil spill is the worst environmental disaster America has ever faced. And unlike an earthquake or a hurricane, it is not a single event that does its damage in a matter of minutes or days," Obama said in his address to the nation. After becoming the President of US in January 2009, this was for the first time that Obama addressed the nation from his Oval Office. "The millions of gallons of oil that have spilled into the Gulf of Mexico are more like an epidemic, one that we will be fighting for months and even years," he said, hours after his return from his fourth visit of the region that are badly hit of oil spill. "But make no mistake: we will fight this spill with everything we've got for as long it takes.We will make BP pay for the damage their company has caused.And we will do whatever necessary to help the Gulf Coast and its people recover from this tragedy," he said.
Obama said his administration has directed BP to mobilise additional equipment and technology. In the coming days and weeks, these efforts should capture up to 90 per cent of the oil leaking out of the well. This is until the company finishes drilling a relief well later in the summer that is expected to stop the leak completely, he said. From the very beginning of this crisis, the federal government has been in charge of the largest environmental cleanup effort in the nation's history - an effort led by Admiral Thad Allen, who has almost forty years of experience responding to disasters.

Mansoon in Rajasthan by 21 June

Several places in the state experienced duststorm and light rains overnight, which gave a respite from the heatwave conditions even as the South-west monsoon is likely to reach Rajasthan by June 20-21. Drizzle or light rain were reported in Udaipur, Bikaner, Sriganganagar, Pilani, and Churu districts on Monday, while overcast conditions prevailed at most places, a Met official said. The pre-monsoon activity has begun. The average date for the monsoon to arrive in the state was June 16-17. “However, there could be a week’s delay in the south-eastern regions of Kota, Jhalawar, Banswara, and Dungarpur,” an official said. The delay is attributed to the cyclonic storm Phet which disturbed the onward march of monsoon.
Meanwhile, the state government has directed the relief department in 33 districts to prepare for any exigencies during the monsoon, another official said. The primary health centres have been asked to take precautions to contain malaria and swine flu during the monsoon.

Abhijit Beniwal tops RPMT 2010 Examination

Abhijit Beniwal, a student of Bikaner Boys School, has stood first in Rajasthan Pre-Medical Test (RPMT) examination. The results were announced on Monday. He thanked his teachers, who, he said, inspired him to appear for competitive exams like AIIMS, AIPMT and RPMT. “It was a challenge for me to excel in RPMT without private tuitions. My teachers went that extra mile to assist me,” said an elated Abhijit. He scored 533 out of 600. In less then a month, it’s been a triple bonanza for the topper, who bagged 200th position in the AIPMT exam and scored 93.2% in CBSE Class XII-Science. Both results were declared last month. He’s been a meritorious student throughout and has won several awards in various inter-school competitions. “My elder brother is my inspiration. My brother’s excellence has motivated me and I have always tried to follow him,” said Abhijit. His elder brother is studying MBBS at Sardar Patel Medical College (SPMC).
Abhijit can get admission in any top medical college in India, but he has surprised his teachers and friends when he decided to get admitted to SPMC here. “It doesn’t make a difference if you study in Delhi, Jaipur or Bikaner. Success comes with hardwork and dedication which can be achieved anywhere,” he said. He feels that small-town students are more hardworking. He, however, said students of smaller town are usually ignorant of the opportunities and examinations. He said he got a clear picture of the scenario of competitive examinations from his elder brother.

RMAT result 2010 on 17 June

Rajasthan Management Admission Test (RMAT) result 2010 on 17 June or 18 June this week. Govt. Mahila Engineering College, Ajmer will declare the result on 17 June as per sources. Total 8000 student appear on exam for the 10000 Seats of states.

RPMT 2010 Result declared

RPMT( Rajasthan Pre Medical Test) 2010 Exam's result is declared today for entrance in various MBBS and BDS for various medical and dental colleges in State. Rajasthan University of Health sciences said result will be available from 14th june at 9:30 AM in morning at university website and other websites. Health minister A.A. Khan will declare the result. Total 18000 student's fate will be decided for around 1000 medical seats in state.

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Gehlot promise Education for every Child in state

Rajasthan CM Ashok Gehlot Stressing on the importance of education, said no child should be deprived of education in the state. ''We have to keep working with the spirit of the Right to Education Act, which has been implemented in the country and the state so that no child is deprived of education,'' the Chief Minister said, while flagging off an education campaign rally ''Nanhe haath kalam ke saath(small hands with pen)'' from his official residence today. He also signed banners carrying messages to stop child labour. Mr Gehlot emphasised on proper implementation of Shiksha Aapke Dwar -- Sarvshiksha Abhiyan and other projects run by UNICEF and Government of India and the state goverment for child labourers. ''We have to think about how benefit of these schemes could reach to these childern, engaged in child labour. We have to spread awareness among public regarding provision of Child Labour Act so that family elders do not send their childern to work as a labour, ''he said.
The Chief Minister said many families from south Rajasthan migrate to Gujarat to work in BT cotton fields and such practice should be stopped. Additional Chief Secretary Agriculture Salauddin Ahmed said special focus had been given to child labouers working at BT cotton fields and brick manufacturing plants with the help of UNICEF and some NGOs. Principal Secretary Labour Manohar Kant said the aim of this compaign was to check migration of child lobourers in selected 60 panchayat samitis of the state so that they could get education.

Ajmer- Hyderabad Special train for Urs 2010

Indian railways announced today a special train between Ajmer- Hyderabad for devotees of Urs 2010. Sr. PRO Chouhan said that train no 778 will start from Hyderabad station on 20 June at 10:00 PM. and reach ajmer on 22nd June at 12:30 pm. while train no 779 will start from ajmer on 23 June at 11:00 pm and reach Hyderabad on 25 June at 1:00 pm.

Saina Nehwal wins Indian GP badminton singles title

Saina Nehwal rallied from behind to beat Mew Choo Wong of Malaysia 20-22, 21-14, 21-12 and clinched the women's singles title in the Yonex-Sunrise India Grand Prix badminton tournament in Chennai on Sunday. After dropping the keenly contested first game, Saina held the temperament and clawed her way back into the contest by pocketing the second game. In the deciding game, the second seed Malaysian often came up with deep returns and powerful smashes close to the back line. Wong score winners twice finding the vacant spots behind Saina, but it was short-lived as the world number six Indian was able to score points almost at will. Meanwhile, another Indian seventh seed RMV Gurusaidutt failed to cross the final hurdle and went down 13-21, 18-21 to unseeded Indonesian Yunus Alamsyah in the men's singles summit clash.
Both Saina and Alamsyah, who won his maiden major title, collected 7000 ranking points. "I was nervous at the beginning and committed too many errors. In the normal course, I should have won in two games, but this being my first tournament in two months, I was nervous. But in the second and third games, I played aggressively," Saina said. Later in the evening, top seeded mixed doubles pair of V Diju and Jwala Gutta won the title by beating Singaporean combo of Chayut Triachart and Lei Yao 23-21, 20-22, 21-7. Top seed Malaysian combo of Mohd Fairuzizuan and Mohd Zarki won the men's doubles crown by outplaying second seed Indian duo of Rupesh Kumar and Sanave Thomas, while women's doubles title went to top seeded pair of Lei Yao and Shinta Mulia Sari of Singapore, who beat Indians Ashwini Ponnappa and Jwala Gutta.

Nurses Grade II Exam-2010 by RPSC Ajmer for 903 Post

RAJASTHAN PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION (RPSC) invites application for the Competitive Exam-2010 for 903 posts of Nurse Grade ‘II’ for Medical and Health Department of the Rajasthan Government.
Qualification : GNM course or its equivalent qualification from institute, recognized by State Government (ii) Registered with Rajasthan Nursing Council
Pay Scale : Rs. 9300-34000 Grade Pay Rs.3200/-
Age : Min 18 year and Max. 35 years as on 1/1/2011. Relaxation as per Raj.Govt. orders.
Application Form : OMR Application form can be collected from all the Divisional Headquarters in the state of Rajasthan and from all the District Employment Offices from 17/06/2020 on payment of Rs. 50/-
Last Date : 29/07/2010 (5 PM)
Application Fee : Rs. 200 for General and Creamy layer candidates of the OBC and Rs. 150/- for non-creamy layaer of OBC candidates. SC/ST are exempted for application fee.
Selection Procedure : Competitive exam in October 2010.
How to Apply : Application forms can be collecfted from the office of the District Employment Officer situated at the Divisional headquarters Ajmer, Bharatpur, Bikaner, Jaipur, Jodhpur, Kota and Udaipur.
For more detail visit RPSC Ajmer website or notification http://rpsc.gov.in/Nurse_Grade-II_Exam-2010.pdf
Job Source: http://www.jobkhabar.com/

Various Jobs at Rajasthan Electronics & Instruments Limited (REIL)

Rajasthan Electronics & Instruments Limited (REIL)
(A Mini Ratna PSU) 2, Kanakpura Industrial Area, Jaipur - 302012
IT Professionals from Banking Sectors on Contractual Basis (preferably PSU Banks on Deputation Basis) initially for one year, which may be extended for another 12 months in slabs of 3 months duration depending upon the work :
1. Dy. General Manager
2. Manager
3. Deputy Manager
4. Senior Engineer
5. Engineer
6. Senior Executive
7. Customer Support Officer
How to Apply : Eligible candidates may send their applications along-with relevant certificates & recent passport size photograph.
Last Date of Application before 18/06/2010.
For more detail visit advertisement: http://www.reiljp.com/htdocs/pdf/Advt[1].pdf

About Rajmandir Cinema Jaipur

“Pink City”, Jaipur is reflective of the culture and heritage that Rajasthan stands for. Jaipur is more popular among the tourists because of its gorgeous palaces and other magnificent structures but that does not mean that the other forms of tourist attractions pale into insignificance in comparison. In fact Jaipur has also not been able to escape the glitz and glamour of the silver screen and there are a number of cinema halls in Jaipur. In fact watching movies are one of the chief forms of entertainment in Jaipur. Among all the cinema halls in the city, Rajmandir Cinema, Jaipur, warrants a special mention.
Rajmandir Cinema, Jaipur became functional on 1st June, 1976. The first film to be screened here was the Bollywood flick “Charas”. The design of Rajmandir Cinema in Jaipur is credited to the well-known architect W. M Namjoshi who planned to build the theater is an Art Moderne style. The exterior of Rajmandir Cinema, Jaipur is very impressive with a lot of asymmetrical shapes captivating attention to the façade that is graced with unusual patterns like zig zags and curves. The stars engrafted into the façade are illuminated at night with the help of concealed lighting. The name of the cinema hall is embossed in large neon letters at the top of the building. The words 'The Showplace of the Nation - Experience the Excellence' are a pointer to the immense significance of Jaipur’s Rajmandir Cinema among the tourist attractions in Jaipur. Rajmandir Cinema, Jaipur has a lobby whose dome shaped ceiling in graced with chandeliers. The patrons reach the balcony area by walking a ramp-like structure. The auditorium is impressively and lavishly decorated. The charming ambience of the place is intensified by indirect lighting that changes colors. A frond fern leaf-like plaster trough conceals these lights and the trough has openings all over the ceilings and walls.
Rajmandir Cinema, Jaipur has a single screen and is well-equipped to screen 70 mm films. The theater can accommodate as many as 1237 viewers. Reckoned as one of the best cinema halls India, Rajmandir Cinema, Jaipur also features among the popular tourist attractions in Jaipur. It is equivalent to the Grauman's Chinese Theatre in Hollywood, California.
Address: B-16, Bhagwandas Road, Panch Batti M.I. Road Jaipur
Phone Number: 0141-2379372

Rajasthan Board increases exam fees by Rs 100

Rajasthan Board of Secondary Education (RBSE) announced its annual budget of Rs 14.25 crore for the session 2010-11 at a meeting in Ajmer on Thursday. The outcome of the meeting disappointed students who will have to shell out Rs 100 extra for examination fees. But examiners and those involved in the board's examination process were happy for it accepted their long-standing demand for 50% rise in their remuneration. From this session, the examiners will get Rs 9 instead of Rs 6 for checking a secondary answer script. Similarly, for checking higher secondary answer script they will get Rs 10 instead of Rs 6.50. The board is hoping that this step will encourage examiners to check the copies with precision.
The board has also hiked the remuneration for examiners for attending an exam class. So far examiners and co-examiners were getting Rs 175 and Rs 150 respectively, per session. Now they will get Rs 200 and Rs 250 respectively, per session. Keeping in mind the importance of quality of question papers, the board has decided to give Rs 1,500 to a teacher for framing a question papers instead of Rs 400. The biggest respite the board has given to the students is by deciding to open a Students Help Centre' in every district. This centre will provide career guidance besides facilities providing marksheets and migration certificates.

Robber killed in encounter at Haryana-Rajasthan border

A Rajasthan police cop and a fleeing robber from Haryana were killed in a fierce encounter on the Haryana-Rajasthan border on Friday. Police arrested three other robbers, who received bullet injuries and were referred to the hospital. The police said all four robbers hailed from Bhiwani and Hisar districts of Haryana and were wanted in several incidents of loot and dacoity. The accused were on the run after committing a dacoity in a bank in Baloda village of district Jhunjhunu of Rajasthan on Wednesday.
Rajasthan cop Chanderbhan and a robber Praveen alias Tinku, resident of Bhiwani, succumbed to bullet injuries. Three other robbers were identified as Kuldeep Sihag, resident of Bhiwani, Raghav alias Raghu of district Hisar and Parvinder of Charkhi Dadri town in Bhiwani. SHO of Surajgarh police station Uday Singh said four desperadoes robbed Rs 4.10 lakh from a bank in Baloda village on Wednesday. On getting information, he asked police constable Chanderbhan who was in his village, Kajla, to try to get hold of the robbers with the help of villagers. The robbers, who were escaping on foot after their vehicle developed a technical snag, fired on the cop, who died on way to the hospital.
Meanwhile, police force had encircled the area to catch robbers, which led to a gunbattle. After exchange of several rounds of fire, two robbers received bullet injuries while two others were thrashed by villagers who had got hold of him. The SHO said one of the robbers Tinku died during treatment while others were admitted in a hospital in Jaipur. Police sources said Tinku was wanted in another case of bank robbery under jurisdiction of Hamirwas police station in district Churu and in two other cases of keeping illegal weapons. His accomplices had also committed bank robberies in Surajgarh, Hamirpur (Rajasthan) and Siwani in district Bhiwani and were presently out on bail.

Kapil Sibal meet Rajasthan's education minister Meghwal

In the series of meetings with states on implementation of the Right to Education Act, Human Resource Development Minister Kapil Sibal on Friday met education ministers of Assam and Rajasthan. The meetings aimed at smoothening the implementation of the act. In separate meetings, Sibal met Assam's Gautam Borah and Rajasthan's Bhanwar Lal Meghwal. The HRD minister has already met education ministers from Chhattisgarh, Andhra Pradesh, Orissa, Bihar, Uttar Pradesh and West Bengal. The meetings are being conducted specially to evaluate the teacher-student ratio. The Right to Education calls for a ratio of one teacher every 30 students.
States are being asked to change their teacher recruitment policy and upgrade the school infrastructure to meet the provisions under the act. States are also being asked to identify neighbourhood schools, as mentioned in the act. "Right to Education cannot be implemented without cooperation of the state governments, so the HRD minister is meeting all state representatives to smoothen the way forward for the bill," said an official from the HRD ministry. "States have to identify the neighbourhood schools, and see that the schools function according to the provisions in the act," he said.

Govt gets 38300 Crore from Wireless Broadband spectrum auction

The government on Friday raised over Rs 38,300 crore as the 16-day long auction for Broadband Wireless Access (BWA) spectrum came to an end. The details of the BWA auction winners are still awaited from the Department of Telecom (DoT). The total revenue of the government from sale of spectrum for both 3G and BWA stands at over Rs 1.06 lakh crore, more than thrice the earlier projection of Rs 35,000 crore by Finance Minister Pranab Mukherjee in his Budget speech in February this year. The government had raised Rs 67,719 crore from 3G spectrum auction. With a windfall of over Rs 70,000 crore, the government will be in a position to improve the fiscal deficit for the current financial year. On the lines of 3G, Mumbai and Delhi received the highest bid amounts of more than Rs 2,272 crore and Rs 2,221 crore, respectively. The BWA auction had two slots of 20 MHz of pan-India spectrum.
BSNL and MTNL, which have been given BWA spectrum ahead of private players, will have to pay the equivalent of the winning bid in each service area. As many as 11 companies, including Bharti Airtel, Reliance, Idea Cellular, Aircel, Vodafone and Tata Communications Internet Services, participated in the auction for Broadband Wireless Access spectrum. BWA spectrum enables high-speed Internet access as well as Internet telephony and TV services. It can also be used for voice and high-speed data services.

Rajasthan Vidyapeeth B.Com I & II year result declared

Rajasthan VidyaPeeth Declare the B.Com I & II year result on the official website student can see your result Rajasthan Vidyapeeth website. or you can check at below mentioned website.

BCom Part I Exam Result 2010

BCom Part II Exam Result 2010

Rajasthan University B.A. Part-III Result 2010

Rajasthan University Jaipur is all set to declare result of B.A. 3rd Year soon and most probably next week result will be released at Rajasthan University website:

Rajasthan University website: http://www.uniraj.ac.in/

MDS University Ajmer B.A. Part-III Result 2010

MDS University Ajmer is all set to declare result of B.A. 3rd Year soon and most probably next week result will be released at MDS website:

MDS University Ajmer website: http://www.mdsuajmer.com/

RTDC to provide FIFA 2010 for Guests

The Rajasthan Tourism Development Corporation (RTDC) bring special attraction for football lovers at its hotel and bars. RTTDC will provide FIFA 2010 football worldcup screening also keeping the bar open beyond deadline. According to Dr Manjit Singh, chairman and managing director CMD, "This is the first time such arrangements have being made in RTDC bars for an international event. As part of a special package for the FIFA World Cup 2010, mega screens have been installed in all 27 RTDC bars within the state to woo guests. The RTDC bars will remain open for the month-long FIFA World Cup tournament beginning 11 June." While the first match is to start early the remaining games will be played well past midnight, according to Indian timings. But for the first time, bars at all RTDC hotels will remain open for the duration of the matches every day.
"Drinks and snacks will be available for soccer lovers during the matches. Besides 15% discount will be available on snacks ordered during this time. The ambience will be of fun and camaraderie with special quizzes for the guests. And the winners will walk away with souvenirs," said Manjit. The initiative has been launched based on the public response after large-scale renovations wherein the corporation made a profit of Rs 70 lakh from the bars and Rs 1.80 crore from the restaurants in the financial year 2009-10. "This is just another step by the corporation to provide facilities to its guests, visitors and especially the Rajasthan soccer fans," said Manjit.

Budania elected unopposed to Rajya Sabha

Congress nominee Narendra Budania was today declared elected unopposed in by-election held to fill a seat to the Rajya Sabha from Rajasthan. Mr Budania was the lone candidate who had filed nomination for the bypoll necessitated following the death of BJP Member K L Balmiki. He was declared elected unopposed by the Returning Officer H R Kudi after lapse of the deadline for the withdrawal of nomination at 1500 hrs today. This is his second entry in the Rajya Sabha. Earlier, he was elected to the Upper House in August last year in bypoll on seat vacated by Jaswant Singh (BJP) after his election to the Lok Sabha from Darjeeling and was due to retire next month. A three-time Lok Sabha MP, Mr Budania(55) was elected to the Lower House in 1984 from Churu Parliamentary constituency and was re-elected in 1996 and 1998 from the same seat. He was also elected to the Rajasthan Assembly from Sardarshahr once in 1993.

Govt approve 2430 Crore for Tech education up-gradation

Government on Thursday approved a proposal for investment of Rs 2,430 crore in nearly 200 engineering colleges under a scheme aimed at upgrading the standards of technical education institutions in the country. The Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs, chaired by Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, gave the go ahead to the second phase of Technical Education Quality Improvement Programme (TEQIP) scheme which has been running since 2003 with World Bank's assistance. The second phase envisages an investment of Rs 2,430 crore in about 200 technical educational institutions with an aim to produce higher quality and more employable engineers, Home Minister P Chidambaram told reporters in New Delhi.
The project has covered 127 institutions in 13 states in the first phase. "The first phase has been rated as satisfactory by the World Bank," Chidambaram said. The major objectives of the scheme are strengthening of institutions with improved learning outcomes and employability of graduates, scaled-up post graduate education and demand-driven research and development and innovation, establishment of centres of excellence and imparting of pedagogical training to the faculty. The project will be open for competition and participation by all engineering institutions approved by All India Council for Technical Education. An estimated 200 engineering institutions including the Centrally Funded Institutions like National Institute of Technology will be competitively selected along with a small number of eligible private unaided institutions. The TEQIP scheme was started to upgrade the quality of NITs and state-level engineering institutions which were lagging behind in research and training. Out of total project expenditure of Rs 2430 crore in the second phase, the World Bank will contribute Rs 1395.50 crore, the Centre's contribution as per 11th Five Year Plan is Rs 500 crore while the states and private unaided institutions will invest Rs 518.50 crore and Rs 16 crore respectively.

Govt rises MSP for Pulses

Surging prices notwithstanding, the government has hiked the minimum support price of pulses by up to Rs 700 to a maximum of Rs 3,170 a quintal but support for paddy has been increased by a meager Rs 50 a quintal. The MSP for pulses, considered to be the wholesale market benchmark, is just about 30--50 per cent of retail prices of some varieties like moong, urad and arhar that are being sold for up to Rs 100 a kg in retail market. A decision for raising MSP of kharif crops for 2010-11 was taken at a meeting of the Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs, chaired by Prime Minister Manmohan Singh. An agriculture ministry official later explained that higher MSP was meant as an inducement to farmers to go for increasing the acreage for cultivation of pulses, for which India is a net importer and the sharp rise in prices is on account of higher commodity prices globally.
The highest increase was given for the widely consumed arhar dal (tur), the MSP for which has been increased to Rs 3,000 a quintal from Rs 2,300 last year. The MSP for moong, another popular variety, has been increased to Rs 3,170 per quintal from Rs 2,760. Support price for urad has been increased to 2,900 a quintal from Rs 2,520 last year.

Ajmer Urs 2010 to start from 13 or 14 June

The members of Gori family of Bhilwara on Wednesday evening hoisted the holy flag in Ajmer dargah to celebrate 798th Urs of Khwaja Garib Nawaz. Officially, the Urs is likely to be celebrated with the first sighting of moon either on June 13 or 14. With the hoisting of the flag , a large number of devotees will now flock to Ajmer.As per tradition, the Gori family brought the flag to hoist it on Buland Darwaja, signifying the commencement of annual Urs of Khwaja Garib Nawaz. “I have been bringing the flag since 1992. Before that, my father and grandfather used to bring the flag. My grandfather, Lal Mohammad Gori, did the job till 1944. It has been a long tradition,” said Fakhrudin Gori who headed the delegation.
With the sound of cannon fire, a large number of devotees gathered at the dargah for prayers. The Shahi Qwaal Asrar Hussian along with his group sang Sufi Qawwalis in the premises. The Dargah Bazaar, Meena Bazaar in Dhan Mandi and Nala Bazaar wore a different look as most shops were decorated with lights. Shopkeepers were trying to attract buyers for their handicrafts and colourful clothes.

Asia Cup 2010 cricket schedule

The Asia Cup 2010 cricket tournament will be held in Sri Lanka. Four teams, India, Sri Lanka, Pakistan and Bangladesh will battle it out over six games before the finals on the 24th of June to crown the Asian cricketing champion. Asia Cup 2010 will kick off on the 15th of June between Sri Lanka and Pakistan. India will play their first game agianst Bangladesh on the 16th followed by archrivals Pakistan on the 19th.
Below is the full Asia Cup 2010 cricket schedule.
Tue Jun 15 – Match 1 – Sri Lanka v Pakistan | Time: 09:00 GMT, 14:30 local
Wed Jun 16 – Match 2- Bangladesh v India | Time: 09:00 GMT | 14:30 local
Fri Jun 18 – Match 3 – Sri Lanka v Bangladesh | Time: 09:00 GMT, 14:30 local
Sat Jun 19 – Match 4 – India v Pakistan | Time: 09:00 GMT, 14:30 local
Mon Jun 21 - Match 5 – Bangladesh v Pakistan | Time: 09:00 GMT, 14:30 local
Tue Jun 22 - Match 6 - Sri Lanka v India | Time: 09:00 GMT, 14:30 local
Thu Jun 24 - Final – TBC v TBC | Time: 09:00 GMT,14:30 local

Delhi Mumbai WDFC to cover major cities of Rajasthan - Gehlot

Delhi Mumbai Western Dedicated Freight Corridor (WDFC) to cover major cities of Rajasthan Around 40% of the upcoming Western Dedicated Freight Corridor (WDFC) between Delhi and Mumbai would pass through Rajasthan, thus bringing a lot of opportunities for the development of the state. Stating this, Union minister of state for railways, K H Muniyappa said the work would start within a year and would be completed within the next five years. He said the Railways would spend Rs 700 crore on the Rajasthan’s corridor covering 545 km of rail section on WDFC connecting Bhiwari-Alwar-Jaipur-Ajmer-Sikar-Pali-Sirohi stations. Phulera and Marwar would be developed as junctions, which would be a point of loading and unloading of goods or freight, he said. Addressing media persons in presence of chief minister Ashok Gehlot, he said the land acquisition is under way and a PSU in collaboration with Japanese firm Jayaka would undertake the project.
The chief minister said that since a large part of the corridor is passing through the state, possibilities of setting up a wagon factory and other related factories should be looked into. Regarding this, Muniyappa said a proposal in this regard could be sent to the railway ministry. Calling it an important gift from the Railways, Gehlot said the state government would provide all possible help to complete the work of DFC on time. He assured that he would invite private investments and facilitate development of industrial set-ups within 150 km on either side of the corridor. Laying stress on speedy progress in construction of over bridges at the railway crossings in the state, he said that 50 proposals have been made by the state government and priority should be given to the remaining work of the bridge construction. Mentioning the pending work on routes like Banswara-Dungarpur, Makrana-Parbatsar, Marwar-Mawli-Udaipur, Bilara-Burr and Merta-Pushkar, he said that if work starts on these routes, it would be serve the interest of the people in the state.

Indian Archery men's team in final

The Indian men's recurve team on Wednesday entered the second successive final of the World Cup archery series while ace women archer Dola Banerjee entered the semifinals in the individual section in Antalya, Turkey. The crack combination of Mangal Singh Champia, Jayanta Talukdar and Rahul Banerjee will take on a US team in the title round on Thursday, according to information received from the Archery Association of India (AAI). Top seeded India ousted Belarus 224-211 in the pre-quarterfinals while in the quarters, they downed Russia 224-219. In the last four stage, India defeated Japan 216-213. India had lost to Italy in the final at the Porec World Cup last month. At the stage II meet, Dola Banerjee, meanwhile, entered the semifinals of the individual section where she will take on Victoriya Koval of Ukraine on Friday.
Apart from Dola, only Talukdar and reigning cadet World Champion Deepika Mahato reached the quarterfinals before crashing out. Talukdar went down to Shungo Tabata of Japan while Deepika lost to Inna Stepanova of Russia. Champia was the disappointing of the lot, losing in the first round to Sermet Chinar of Turkeym while Tarundeep Rai was eliminated in the second round by England's Simon Terry. Rahul, having got second seeding, fell to Xiangqing Jing of China in the pre-quarterfinals. Laishram Bombayla Devi was beaten by Elif Begunhan Unsal of Turkey in the pre-quarterfinals while Rimil Buruily failed to go past the first hurdle.