Raje demands Ashok Gehlot’s resignation on Gopalgarh violence

Former chief minister Vasundhara Raje visited Gopalgarh on Wednesday, where 10 people died in police firing and violence recently. “The Congress is not capable of running the state. The Gopalgarh incident is rather sad and reflects poorly on the administration,’’ Raje said during her visit. She also demanded chief minister Ashok Gehlot’s resignation. “Just accepting administrative lapses will do no good. For the way the incident was handled, the chief minister should voluntarily resign on moral grounds,’’ she said.
Raje met the representatives of both the communities and along with the family members of the victims. She visited the mosque in Gopalgarh and the disputed land. “The state government is absolutely insensitive. It took the chief minister 10 days to visit the spot where 10 people had died. The Congress leaders are busy in the infighting and making contradictory statements,’’ she said. Raje was accompanied by a team of senior MLAs including Rajendra Rathore, Kalicharan Saraf, Ashok Parnami, Dr Digambar Singh and party vice-president Suman Sharma.

Rajasthan Govt asked Bhanwari Devi to report on duty!

Rajasthan government has issued notice to missing nurse Bhanwari Devi, who allegedly features in a CD in a compromising position with state water resources minister Mahipal Maderna, her family said. The notice warned Bhanwari, absent from office since Aug 25, of departmental action if she did not report back on duty. The notice was from the medical officer of the Bilara block here where the auxiliary nurse and midwife used to work at a government health centre before she disappeared on Sep 1. From Aug 25 to 31 she was seen in her house at Borunda village near Bilara.
"She has been told to report back on duty soon and the department has warned her of stern action in case of failure to do so," Amarchand said. "I had already registered a first information report with the police saying that my wife had been kidnapped. Despite that the notice was served," said Amarchand. The police stepped up efforts to trace Bhanwari after the Rajasthan high court on Monday told the police to undertake "more serious efforts" in search of her. The notice was dispatched before the court had issued such orders, a medical and health department official said on condition of anonymity.

Rajasthan tourism industry back on track

Rajasthan tourism is back on track and analyst believe rajasthan is going to enjoy strong recovery in 2011. According to some analysts Rajasthan tourism will grow by 17 per cent this year and recover lost revenues from last couple of years. For past couple of years global recession has hit the tourism industry in Rajasthan very hard. Rajasthan lost millions in revenues during past couple of years. However things are different for tourism industry this year. The tourist arrivals to Rajasthan from European countries especially England is expected to be very strong this year. Considering the bookings of luxury hotels in the state, some analysts are confident of recovering lost revenues from past couple of years.
The hotel bookings for November as well December indicates somwhere between 17 per cent to 22 per cent increase in tourist arrivals to Rajasthan. Around 1.5 million foreign tourists are expected this year, a huge jump of around 50 per cent. Even though global economy continues to go through a very tough phase, Rajasthan tourism is expected to do strong. Arrivals from United States and Spain have also increased this year.

RPSC promulgates anti dowry clause for Govt Jobs

Dowry seekers would no more be in a position to get a government service through the Rajasthan Public Service Commission (RPSC) which has henceforth made mandatory for applicants to furnish an affidavit, alongwith the application form, to make commitment for not taking/accepting dowry in the marraige. In a bid to curb the social evil of dowry the RPSC has enforced the condition of furnishing the affidavit alongwith the application to declare that he/she had neither accepted/taken dowry in marraige nor would do so, if, still unmarried.
Furnishing a false declaration/affidavit would be liable for sacking from the service, the official sources said. This new clause of eligibility was being enforced by the Commission for the first time for the recruitment in the Archeology Department, the sources said

Indian Gunners celebrates Glorious history

Indian Artillery Gunners today celebrated 184th year of their regiment with much fanfare. Functions were held in the military stations in Pink City of Jaipur and the Suncity of Jodhpur to mark the day of the regiment, whose warriors have determined the outcome of many battles by their firepower and professionalism of highest order. With their deeds and glorious track record, the gunners have enabled this vital arm of the Army to gradually become an all-encompassing force that now dictates outcome of battles. The regiment marks its beginning on this day in 1827 with the raising of the 5 (Bombay) Mountain Battery as the 8th Company of the Golandaz Battalion, Bombay Foot Artillery. Since then, the Indian artillery by its valour and professionalism in most difficult operational theatres in India and abroad has come to age.
Indeed, this has been the case wherever the 'Indian Gunners' went, whether to the North West Frontier Province, on expeditionary duties prior to World War I, or to subsequent battles and wars later. Be it in the deserts of Libya, fighting the Rommel's Panzer Army and winning Honour Title Point 171 near Bir Hachiem or against the onslaught of the Japanese Army winning Honour Title Meiktila and the Victoria Cross. Indian Independence and the operations in Kashmir during 1948-49 tested the regiment of Artillery no less. Despite deficiencies and shortage, the regiment acquitted itself with honour and glory. The Indo-Pak War of 1965 further proved that 'Indian Gunners' were the battle winning factor in any conflict. The Regiment of Artillery also recounts its operations in 1971 with Pakistan in Bangladesh, in the Western theatre and during 'Operation Vijay' during the Kargil conflict in the summer of 1999. Interspersed in between these major conflicts are the Regiment's participation in 'Operation Pawan' in Sri Lanka, 'Operation Meghdoot' at Siachen glacier and its infantry-type role in counter-insurgency operations in Jammu and Kash

Prithvi-II ballistic missile successfully test-fired

India successfully test-fired its nuclear capable Prithvi-II' ballistic missile, with a range of 350 kms, as part of user trial by the armed forces from Chandipur off Orissa coast, about 15 km from Balasore. "The indigenously developed surface-to-surface missile was flight tested at around 8.50 AM from a mobile launcher from the Integrated Test Range launch complex-III," ITR Director S P Dash said on Monday. The trial, conducted as part of operational exercise, was "fully successful," he said. The test firing of the short-range ballistic missile, which has already been inducted into the armed forces, was a 'user trial', defence sources said. The sleek missile is "handled by the specially raised strategic force command", they said, adding the missile has a length of 9 metres and is one metre in diameter. It is propelled by two engines than run on liquid fuel.
Prithvi, the first ballistic missile developed under the country's prestigious Integrated Guided Missile Development Programme (IGMDP), has the capability of carrying 500 kg of warhead. The missile uses advanced inertial guidance system with manoeuvring trajectory. A DRDO spokesperson said the missile reached the predefined target in the Bay of Bengal with a very high accuracy of better than 10 meters. "All the radars, electro optical systems located along the coast have tracked and monitored all the parameters of the missile throughout the flight path and an Indian Navy ship located near the target witnessed the final event," he said. The flight test of the missile met all the mission objectives and was like a text book launch, he said. After the successful trial, DRDO Chief V K Saraswat congratulated the scientists and armed forces personnel involved in Monday’s flight testing.

Rajasthan Patwari Exam Results 2011

Rajasthan Patwari Exam Results is declared today on 24th November 2011 from 11:00 AM Onwords based on district headquarters. The result is prepared and on final phase of declaration on http://bor.rajasthan.gov.in/ for Examination held on 25th September 2011 (Sunday) for more than 2000 Post in state by District Headquarter under Revenue Board, Ajmer, Rajasthan. 

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Five Patwari aspirants travelling on train roof killed

Five Patwari Exam aspirants killed while traveling for appearing exam on train roof when it hits a bridge near Ajmer in Rajasthan. All the victims was travelling for Rajasthan Patwari Exam schedule today at various district headquarters in Rajasthan. As per report some youths, who had come to Bhilwara to attend an Patwari Exam, were killed while travelling on the roof of the  Gwalior-Udaipur Mail tran on Sunday Morning.  The Exact location of incident is not known but it is between Ajmer and Bhilwara train route which have two overbrige i.e. Martindal bridge Ajmer and samipari Maliyan Bride near Bhilwara. 
Victims belongs to Chomu, Manoharpura, Sikar and Hanumangarh. Police is investigating the case, meanwhile railways annouced special train for Patwari candidates from Ajmer to jaipur today evening. The injured were admitted to Mahatma Gandhi Hospital at Bhilwara from where one critically injured was referred to JLN Medical College Hospital in Ajmer. Three of the deceased hailed from Sikar district and one each from Jaipur and Hanumangarh districts, the sources said. Divisional Manager Railway, Ajmer and other officials have rushed to Bhilwara soon after the report of the accident.5 youth killed while traveling on rooftop of train in Ajmer

Bhanwari Devi Case: Maderna’s name included in FIR

Jodhpur police on Saturday attached minister Mahipal Maderna’s name among the suspects in the previously registered FIR about the missing auxiliary nurse and midwife, Bhanwari Devi. The government nurse’s husband Amarchand accused the minister in the court to have hatched a criminal conspiracy to kidnap, rape and murder her. The lower court at Bilara in Jodhpur heard Amarchand’s complaint for two days and directed the police on Friday to probe the minister’s role. The police were initially reluctant to include Maderna among the suspects on record, even though there were allegations about his ‘illegitimate relations’ with the nurse. “Nobody, be it a cabinet minister, will spared if his involvement is found in the nurse’s missing,” DGP Harish Meena told reporters in Jaipur on Saturday.
With his name in the FIR as an accused, the pressure is mounting on the minister to step down on moral grounds. “Maderna was earlier claiming innocence and refused to step down on the ground that he was not even named in the FIR. Now allegations of rape and murder have been officially leveled against him. What excuse does he have now?" Bharatiya Janata Party state unit chief Arun Chaturvedi said.

APP arrested for seeking sexual favours in Udaipur

Assistant Public Prosecutor(APP) was arrested in Udaipur last night for allegedly claim his bribe of physical relation with a female client. The 49-year-old accused, Abhimanyu Singh, working in the court of additional chief judicial magistrate (2), was trying to force the woman into having physical relation with him in exchange for helping her win a case. According to ASP, Anti-Corruption Bureau, Rajendra Kumar Goyal, the 40-year-old woman had lodged an FIR with Amba Mata police station claiming her husband had sold her car without her consent. "The couple had disputes, but was living in the same house. Abhimanyu Singh was to represent the woman on behalf of the police in the ACJM (2) court. He told her that if she wanted her car, she would have to become a friend,” the officer said. “When she asked what he meant by being ‘friends’, he demanded sexual favours. He told her that he had enough money so he did not need cash as bribe,” said the officer. The offended woman approached the ACB following which a trap was laid. Arrested lawyer has 16 bank accounts.  Abhimanyu was booked under the Prevention of Corruption Act. The police on Saturday produced him in a court which sent him to judicial custody.

Nepal plan crash kills 19, Including 10 Indians

Ten Indians were among 19 people killed on Sunday when a small plane carrying them crashed and broke into pieces at Kotdanda hills in Lalitpur district near the Nepalese capital while returning from a mountain flight. The Beechcraft plane (BHA 103), which crashed at 7.30 am local time, belonged to the private Buddha Air airline, according to Civil Aviation Authority of Nepal (CAAN). All 19 people aboard the plane, including 10 Indians, were killed in the crash, officials said.
Among those killed was a Nepalese passenger, who succumbed to his wounds in hospital, after being rescued from the crash site located 20 km east of the capital. Apart from 10 Indians, the plane had three other foreigners, whose identities were yet to be established, three Nepalese passengers and a three-member crew aboard, according to the Rescue Coordination Centre, Tribhuvan International Airport, under the CAAN. The aircraft, which had taken tourists to view Mount Everest and other high peaks, crashed and broke into pieces at Kotdanda hills in Lalitpur district when it was returning to Kathmandu. The Indian nationals killed in the crash were identified as Pankaj Mehta, Chhaya Mehta, H D Nagraja, S Nagraja, I Nagraja, L Nagaraja, D Talosubrisum, D P Talosubrisum, Nagraja Talosubrisum and P Talosubrisum. A helicopter, which was sent from Kathmandu to the crash site for a rescue operation, could not land due to bad weather, but local police and people had managed to reach there.

International Sufi Festival 2011 in Ajmer, Rajasthan

International Sufi Festival will organized in Ajmer. Qawwali, ghazals, discussions and Sufi music will be offered at the first edition of the International Sufi Festival Oct 21-27 in Ajmer, Rajasthan. The week-long event will bring together Sufi artists from countries like Britain, Pakistan, Egypt and France with an aim to capture and project the spirit of Sufism. "The core intention is to awaken the spirit of brotherhood, togetherness, thoughtfulness, selflessness and oneness which alone can make life in the world successful. It will revive the message Sufi saint Hazrath Khwaja Moinuddin Chishty,” she added. The event is organised by Divine Abode in collaboration with the Interfaith Foundation, the India and Kashmir Society, the International center for Kashmir Sufism and the International Sufi Festival India. “International artists from Britain, Pakistan, Egypt and France will perform at the festival." 
About International Sufi Festival: The International Sufi Festival India 2011 is a yearly festival that will take place in Ajmer, Rajasthan. It brings together performers and artists from around the world. Divine Abode, is a nonprofit organization which is currently organizing the event to promote International Peace & Oneness. Sufi arts, culture and heritage are at the heart of the programme.  Workshops and presentations are also given with discussions of Sufi themes. The festival aims to capture and project the messages and spirit of Sufism. The festival promises to be an entertaining and enchanting week with events inside and outside. It’s from 21st Oct 2011 to Oct 27th 2011 with lead up events including workshops for the community. The festival itself will showcase performers, artists, Exhibitions, Art & crafts, fashion,Sufi Books, poetry, Mystical Photography from the local area, the India and abroad, encompassing both the traditional and modern around the Sufi theme.

Bhanwari Devi Case: Court ask to probe Minister

Jodhpur court in Rajasthan has ordered the police to investigate a cabinet minister for the rape and murder of a ANM(Nurse) who was allegedly having an affair with him.  Bhanwari Devi, went missing nearly 20 days ago amid reports that she has a CD which shows her in a compromising position with Mahipal Maderna, the Health and Water Resources minister. Bhanwari Devi went missing on September 1, right after a CD in which she was allegedly seen in a compromising position with Maderna and another party MLA Malkhan Singh went public.
The Rajasthan High Court has asked the police to name Mr Maderna in the FIR and to investigate him for charges of murder, rape and criminal conspiracy. The government has asked for the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) to handle the case. The High Court today asked if this is because the police is incapable of a thorough inquiry. The court also attacked the state government for its "directionless probe." "It is obviously a political conspiracy and I am being framed," Mr Maderna said last week. He is the son of prominent Jat community leader Parasram Maderna, and represents Osian constituency of Jodhpur in the state assembly.

Rajasthan International Folk Festival 2011 from October 12

Rajasthan International Folk Festival 2011 will starts in Jodhpur, Rajasthan from 12th October 2011. Every year the royal ‘sun city’ of Jodhpur welcomes musicians and performing artists from across Rajasthan and the world to come together and celebrate Rajasthan’s musical heritage at the annual Jodhpur RIFF (Rajasthan International Folk Festival). The festival, classically known as one of the most beautiful music festivals of India, is set against the splendid backdrop of the Mehrangarh Fort. Some of the most stimulating artistic performances that involve a delightful fusion of international and local artists are part of this festival. Guests can enjoy a variety of events including traditional dance forms, a jazz night, a Rajasthani night and some early morning ragas to soothe the soul.
Sponsored by Taj Hotels Resorts and Palaces, the UNESCO-endorsed festival will return from 12th – 16th October this year, coinciding with North India’s brightest full moon. During this time, the Umaid Bhawan Palace, Vivanta by Taj Hari Mahal and The Gateway Hotel in Jodhpur will play host to world-renowned musicians and artists.

Rajasthan to introduce Agriculture Policy for Farmers

Rajasthan government would soon introduce a policy on agriculture in the interest of farmers, chief minister Ashok Gehlot said today.Speaking at the inaugural ceremony of a function in Kota, Gehlot said that the draft of the policy was being prepared which will take care of short and long term interests of the farmers.He said that the farmers need to be educated in order to avail benefits of advanced technologies. Gehlot suggested them to use sprinkler system to make maximum use of available water.

Bhanwari Devi case: HC issue notice to Rajasthan govt

Jodhpur High Court(HC) on Tuesday issued notices to government authorities in connection with the investigation into the kidnapping of Bhanwari Devi, a day after a habeas corpus petition was filed in this connection. Devi, an auxiliary nurse midwife, went missing on September 1 after allegations that she possessed a video recording of Rajasthan Cabinet minister Mahipal Maderna and her in a “compromising position”.  The missing auxiliary nurse midwife (ANM) Bhanwari Devi’s husband Amarchand accused water resources minister Mahipal Maderna of kidnapping her and filed a complaint to this effect in a lower court at Bilara (Jodhpur) on Tuesday. The court will hear the complaint on Wednesday.
A day earlier, Amarchand approached the Rajasthan High Court, which admitted his habeas corpus petition on Tuesday and issued notices to the state home secretary, inspector general of police Jodhpur Range, SP (Jodhpur Rural) and one Sohan Lal Bishnoi, who was arrested for his alleged involvement in the kidnapping. Team formed to crack nurse case.
Meanwhile, the state government on Tuesday formed a team of police officers to crack the case. Twenty days ago, Amarchand lodged a complaint about his missing wife with the Jodhpur police without accusing anybody but there were reports about the minister being involved in the incident. Maderna denied the allegation, while the police seem to making hardly any progress in tracing the woman. The high court on Tuesday directed the government officials concerned to reply Amarchand’s petition and submit a report on the progress in police investigations on September 22. Amarchand’s counsel alleged in the court the police were not investigating the case “freely and fairly”, as high profile politicians and businessmen were involved in Bhanwari Devi’s kidnapping.

Former Afghanistan President Rabbani killed in Kabul blast

Former Afghanistan president Burhanuddin Rabbani, who was appointed last year to head a commission trying to broker a peace deal with the Taliban, was killed inside his Kabul home on Tuesday in a suicide bombing, Afghan officials said. He was about 70 years old. The assassination marked another dark chapter in a war that the U.S.-led coalition is preparing to exit, with international troops set to leave Afghanistan by 2014. For the past year, Rabbani had been in charge of a government peace council that tried to facilitate contacts with Taliban insurgents. But the council failed to make headway as warring sides and disparate groups maneuvered for an edge in the long-running conflict. Rabbani was assassinated Tuesday by a suicide bomber concealing explosives in his turban, a tactic that has been used with lethal effect against other Afghan officials.
He was president from 1992-1996, heading the Afghan government that preceded the Taliban rule. After he was driven from Kabul in 1996, he became the nominal head of the Northern Alliance, mostly minority Tajiks and Uzbeks, who swept to power in Kabul after the Taliban’s fall. Rabbani is an ethnic Tajik. The soft-spoken Rabbani used to spend most of his time translating poetry before assuming political power in Afghanistan, with its trappings of heavily armed bodyguards and armored vehicles with tinted windows. In 1996, as leader of a country contested by nearly a dozen factions, he vowed to resist the Taliban even as the Islamic fundamentalist force closed in on the capital. “We are ready to force the Taliban out of rocket range,” he said in an interview with The Associated Press shortly before he was ousted. “That might make them ready to negotiate a peace agreement with us.” In the 1996 interview, Rabbani also said the United States should help put together a government representing Afghanistan’s various factions: “They are a powerful country and they must do their duty.” Rabbani’s up-and-down political career was entwined with the wars that have torn Afghanistan for decades, well before the U.S.-led invasion that ousted the Taliban in 2001 because of their support for Osama bin Laden.

RPSC Recruitment 2011 for Assistant Conservator of Forest

Rajasthan Public Service Commission(RPSC), Ajmer invites ONLINE applications for the RPSC Assistant Conservator of Forests Exam 2011 as per Advt. EC7 issued by RPSC Ajmer on 20th Sept 2011 for 33 Assistant Conservator of Forests post in Rajasthan.
Job Post: Assistant Conservator
Department: Forests Dept. Rajasthan
Total Post: 33 (GEN=14, SC=4,ST=3,OBC=5)
Qualification: A candidate for direct recruitment to Junior Posts in Forestry wing of service must have a Bachelor’s Degree in Science, with at least one of the subjects, namely, Botany, Chemistry, Geology, Mathematics, Physics and Zoology or Bachelor’s degree in Agriculture, or in Engineering of any University incorporated by an Act of the Central or of the State Legislature in India or other educational Institutions established by an Act of Parliament or declared to be deemed as Universities under Section 3 of the University Grants Commission Act 1956 (3 of 1956) or any equivalent degree from any Foreign University recongnised by the government.
Application Fee: Rs. 250 for GEN, 150 for OBC, 50 for SC,ST,PWD
How to apply: Apply Online through E-Mitra Kiosk or CSC centers across state at fee of Rs. 40 as service charge. No Hand-filled/ Post application will be considered. Application must be filled ONLINE ONLY. Rules as per govt of Rajasthan.
Important dates:
Examination date: November-December 2011
Last date: 16th Oct. 2011
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Life in Gopalgarh on track, Politican game begins

Life in Gopalgarh on track after a week even Situation remains tense but under control in Gopalgarh town of Bharatpur as representatives of Gurjar and Meo communities met to resolve the differences. The area was subject to violence on Wednesday after groups of both the communities involved in armed clashes, the violence and police firing caused deaths of eight persons. Meanwhile political games begins on gopalgarh issues. 
BJP president Nitin Gadkari has formed a team of MPs, led by the party's MP from Bhagalpur in Bihar Shahnawaz Hussain, to visit the riot-affected area of Bharatpur to meet family members of victims and submit a report. The team will visit the Gopalgarh area of Bharatpur district where riots occurred on September 15 and meet victims, including families of those allegedly killed in police firing. Eight people were killed in the riots involving two communities.
Congress form a committee of Former Rajasthan Minority Commission Chairman Nizam Mohammad, ruling Congress Minority Cell state Vice President Shabbir Hussain Khan and All India Milli Political Forum State Convener Mohammad Ashafaque Kayamkhani have hailed the confidence building/relief measures taken by Gehlot Government after violence in Gopalgarh town of Bharatpur district. The three minority leaders issued a joint statement here today saying," Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot has handled the incident with utmost sensitivity. Home Minister and top brasses in the administration were sent at ground zero to get feedback and build trust and confidence among all sections of society. The Chief Minister himself reviewed the situation on real time basis and took timely and adequate decisions". They also praised the Chief Minister's move of offering government job to next-of-kin of the deceased, referring investigation to the CBI and decision for constituting a inquiry commission.

President Patil visits Ajmer dargah

President Pratibha Devisingh Patil on Monday visited the dargah of Sufi saint Khwaja Moinuddin Chishti here today. Patil, who is on a three-day visit to Rajasthan, spent about 30 minutes at the shrine and offered a ‘chadar’. Talking to reporters, Patil said: “I prayed for brotherhood, harmony and unity in the country.”  Patil, who is on a three-day visit to Rajasthan, spent about 30 minutes at the shrine and offered a 'chaddar' as well as some money. A 'Sapasnama' or welcome address was read out in the honour of Patil who was accompanied by Governor Shivraj Patil and Ajmer MP Sachin Pilot. "I prayed for brotherhood, harmony and unity in the country and wished for peace and progress," Patil said in her brief address.
The President was given a red carpet welcome at the shrine and was welcomed with the sound of cymbals upon arrival. she took keen interest in understanding the history and various important facets of the shrine which she was briefed about. Patil was also presented with a memento at the 'dargah'.

Bomb scare on Jodhpur-Ratlam Express train

A bomb scare has been reported on board a train on way to Rajasthan's Ajmer town Monday, police said. Police have detained a man and said that the train has been evacuated and searched, but they were yet to declare whether the threat was for real or was a hoax. We got a message around 11 a.m. that there could be a bomb on board the Jodhpur-Ratlam Express. The train was to arrive at Ajmer soon after. We were already on high alert due to President Pratibha Patil's presence in Ajmer," an officer said. Patil reached Ajmer on Monday to attend the 25th foundation day of Mayo College Girls' School. She visited the dargah of Khwaja Moinuddin Chishti in the morning. Security had been tightened at the dargah and the school for her visit. The train was halted at Kharwa Railway Station, some 40 kilometers from Ajmer and thoroughly checked with bomb disposal and dog squads. "We have rounded up a man and his interrogation is on," said the officer.

RPSC Recruitment for Various Jobs in different departments

Rajasthan Public Service Commission(RPSC), Ajmer invites ONLINE applications for various Jobs in various departments as per Advt. No 10/Combined/Selection/2011-12 dated 6-9-2011 issued by RPSC Ajmer for various jobs in various departments of Rajasthan.
1. Curator, Puratatv Vibhag
Total Post
: 5
Pay Scale: Rs. 9300-34800 Grade pay Rs. 4200
2. Probation & Prison Welfare Officer
Total Post:
Pay Scale: Rs. 9300-34800 Grade pay Rs. 3600
3. District Probation Cum Social Welfare Officer
Total Post:
Pay Scale: Rs. 9300-34800 Grade pay Rs. 4200
4. Nursing Tutor
Total Post:
Pay Scale: Rs. 9300-34800 Grade pay Rs. 3600
5. Physiotherapist
Total Post:
Pay Scale: Rs. 9300-34800 Grade pay Rs. 3600
6. Technical Assistant(HydroGeology)
Total Post:
Pay Scale: Rs. 9300-34800 Grade pay Rs. 3600
7. Assistant Director Ayurved/ District Ayurved Officer/Officer Incharge Pharmacy
Total Post:
Pay scale: Rs. 15600-39100 Grade pay Rs. 6000
8. Demonstrator
Total Post:
Pay scale: Rs. 15600-39100 Grade pay Rs. 5400
Reservation: As per Govt. of Rajasthan Norms
Application Fee: Rs. 250 for GEN, 150 for OBC, 50 for SC,ST,PWD
How to apply: Apply Online through E-Mitra Kiosk or CSC centers across state at fee of Rs. 40 as service charge. No Hand-filled/ Post application will be considered. Application must be filled ONLINE ONLY. Rules as per govt of Rajasthan.
Last date: 5th Oct. 2011
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RPSC Recruitment 2011 for Stenographers, LDC

Rajasthan Public Service Commission(RPSC), Ajmer invites ONLINE applications for the RPSC Combined Competitive Stenographer/ LDC Exam 2011 as per Advt. EC6 issued by RPSC Ajmer on 6th Sept 2011 for various Stenographer/ Clerks/ LDC Jobs in Rajasthan and Government Secretariat: 
1. Stenographer (Government Secretariat)
Total Post:
2. Stenographer ( Various Offices)
Total Post:
(GEN=179, SC, 56, ST=42, OBC=75, SBC=4, PWD=15, EX-SER=63, SPORTS=10)
Application Fee: Rs. 250 for GEN, 150 for OBC, 50 for SC,ST,PWD
How to apply: Apply Online through E-Mitra Kiosk or CSC centers across state at fee of Rs. 40 as service charge. No Hand-filled/ Post application will be considered. Application must be filled ONLINE ONLY. Rules as per govt of Rajasthan.
Important dates:
Examination date: October-December 2011
Last date: 5th Oct. 2011
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IBPS PO Exam: Authority makes Money, Candidates Suffer

IBPS Bank PO Common Exam for 18 PSU banks was held on 18th Sept. 2011 (Sunday) across nation by Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) successfully, But it will be known  for long time by students not for a Common PO Exam but a nightmare as most of students are fail to sit in exams by because of many rules and regulations imposed by Authorities. In Ajmer, Jaipur and many other part of nation same issues by faced by Student who spend hard Earn Money (Rs. 450) and reach to appear for exam by travelling 100-500 KMs with dream of a Probationary officer(PO). Several candidates were not able to take the bank's probationary officers' examination at various centres on Sunday. Many of them alleged that they were not allowed to sit in the examination even after reaching the venue well before time with valid admission cards. The examination was conducted in two sessions and most of the grievances were received from the candidates appearing in the first session. Some of the centres did not allow the candidates without the copy of the receipt of fees (challan).
A candidate who had come from Ganga Nagar informed that he was not allowed to appear at Tilak Public school. The candidates who were carrying the photocopies of the challan were asked to show the original ones while the candidates who had come with the original documents were asked to submit the photocopies. Angered by this mismanagement, the candidates got agitated in different centers across rajasthan. One of student who came from Jaisalmer to Ajmer to appear exam was not allowed to sit in exam as he didn't have "CHALLAN" Copy, while she applied for exam by Online Payment via NEFT Transaction. Some some of big questions IBPS Authority must answer if this was exam not a Money Making Funda?
* Why Challan when students paid fees and allowed to download admit card online once applications is completed.
* Who will pay Rs. 450 (Examination Fee) paid by students and now allowed to sit in Exam, why that much FEE, if they do not have proper management.
* If challan was necessary then why, Apply ONLINE DRAMA, Why not asked for hard copy with DD and Admit card via POST to avoid mis-understanding amongs candidates.
* Some students allowed to sit in exam with undertaking while some not why such things...they could have taken undertaking from students, as they paid HARD EARN Money and spend time and money both for this exam.....
IBPS PO Exam was really mess, hope authority will take a lesson and do something so that Un-Employed candidates can save money and appear in upcoming IBPS Clerk Exam in November 2011.

Earthquake in North-East India kills 15

A powerful earthquake with a 6.8 magnitude jolted Sikkim and several areas of northeast and neighbouring Nepal today leaving at least 15 persons dead and over 100 injured besides causing extensive damage to several buildings. The epicentre of the quake - the biggest in two decades - was located at Mangan and Sakyong areas, over 50 km from Gangtok. Five persons were killed in Sikkim - two at Singtham (East), two in Rishi (West) and one in Mangan (North) as the government sought Army's asistance in reaching help to the affected, state Chief Secretary Karma Gyatso said. Three persons were killed in Siliguri and adjoining Jalpaiuri in west Bengal while two others-a five-year-old girl in Nalanda and a youth in Darbhanga-lost their lives in Bihar. At least five people were killed in Nepal, three of them outside the British Embassy in Kathmandu, when a high brick wall collapsed.
Many tall buildings shook and developed cracks in Gangtok and Darjeeling and window panes shattered as thousands of people ran out to the streets in panic. Two buildings of the ITBP collapsed in Pegong area though there was no immediate report of any casualty, a senior official said. Communication links were snapped with mobile towers getting damaged. Gangtok and several other areas were plunged in darkness following major power failures. Heavy rains and darkness hampered relief operations in the night. Tremors were felt in Assam, Meghalaya, Tripura, parts of West Bengal, Bihar, Jharkhand, Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan, Chandigarh and Delhi.

Police firing did not kill anyone in Bharatpur: Official

Chief Secretary Salauddin Ahmed said here that none of the eight killed was a victim of police firing. "We have so far recovered eight bodies and none of them was killed in police firing," the chief secretary told reporters, adding that all victims have been identified. Members of the Gujjar and Meo communities clashed in Bharatpur district Wednesday over a piece of land, one group claiming that it was for a burial centre and the other that it was for a pond. Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot left for Delhi after he is believed to have been summoned by Congress party chief Sonia Gandhi over the violence. Leaders of the Meo community to which all the victims belonged earlier claimed that the maximum casualties were in firing by police and not by the Gujjar community. "Deaths in our community, we strongly feel, were due to the police firing," said a Meo, on condition of not being named. The Rajasthan government Thursday evening ordered a committee headed by senior Indian Administrative Service (IAS) officer V.S. Singh to probe the incident.
On Friday, the government announced a Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) probe into the clash between the Gujjars and Meo communities that took place in Bharatpur's Gopalgarh village. "Other factors related to the violence, including how it broke out and negligence if there was any, will be probed by the various committees set up by the government and the CBI (Central Bureau of Investigation)," said an officer. He added that the superintendent of police, additional superintendent of police and district collector have been removed from Bharatpur. Several Muslim groups at the national as well as the state level had protested against the alleged police atrocities on Muslims. Groups like Jamaat-e-Islami Hind, Jamiat Ulama-i-Hind, condemned the violence and demanded strict action against the officers and also members of the Gujjar community .
Union Minister of State for Home Bhanwar Jitendra Singh also visited Bharatpur Sunday to meet the families of victims. Despite the minister's pleas, a deadlock continued over the autopsy of seven of the eight bodies. The families of the victims did not allow the post-mortem examinations to be conducted, demanding a case of homicide be registered against officials who ordered police firing. The opposition Bharatiya Janata Party has also ordered a committee headed by senior leader Digambar Singh to probe the incident. The government has announced compensation of Rs.5 lakh each to the families of those killed.

President on 3 days Rajasthan visit

President Pratibha Devisingh Patil arrived jaipur yesterday evening on a 3-day visit to Rajasthan. A warm welcome was accorded to the President on her arrival at the Sanganer Airport here around 1945 hrs this evening. Governor Shivraj Patil and a number of dignitaries were present at the airport to receive Ms Patil. Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot was accompanying the President from the capital. From the airport, Ms Patil drove to the Rajbhawan where she would have night halt. Tomorrow she is scheduled to go Ajmer to pay obeisance at the dargah of Sufi Saint Khwaja Moinuddin Hasan Chisti and participate in a programme at the Mayo College. On Tuesday the president would visit to Sikar and Jhunjhunu districts.

Youth Congress leader killed in Hanumangarh

Youth Congress leader Nawab Ali shot dead in Pilibanga of Hanumangarh.   The police have lodged a case against five persons and teams have been constituted to arrest them. The city observed bandh during the day to protest against the killing and demanding immediate arrest of the accused.  According to reports, Ali had gone for morning walk at around 5.30 am when group of assailants on motorcycle intercepted him and got into argument over the past rivalry.  During heated arguments, one of the assailants, whipped out a pistol and opened fire at him. The bullet hit Ali's chest and he collapsed, dying on the spot. The killers sped away thereafter.
This is the fourth such incident in the past eight months in the state, where a Congress leader has been targeted by the miscreants. In earlier three incidents, Bhanwar Sinodiya, son of Congress MLA from Kishangarh Nathuram Sinodiya, and Ramkishan Siyag, youth Congress leader from Bikaner, were murdered by the rivals over land disputes while former Youth Congress leader of Ajmer, Vikram Sharma, was shot at by his rivals.  Unstoppable murder instances in rajasthan definitely show the failure System in state.

Rajasthan Govt hike 7% DA for its Employees

Rajasthan government has announced 7 percent hike in dearness allowance with retrospective effect from July 1 this year for its employees. The state government has announced the hike last evening, which would take the DA to 58 per cent of total of basic salary, an official spokesman said here last night. The arrears on account of increased DA for the months of July and August would be credited in the employee's GPF account and that would be paid in cash from September 1. About seven lakh employees and three lakh pensioners would be benefited by this decision which would put an additional burden of Rs 875 crore per annum on the public exchequer, the spokesman added.

CBI to probe Missing nurse in Rajasthan

Rajasthan government has ordered a Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) probe into the disappearance of an auxiliary nurse and midwife who allegedly features in a CD showing her in a compromising situation with a state minister. Meanwhile, nurse Bhanwari Devi's husband Thursday threatened to immolate himself if his wife, who went missing from here since Sep 1, is not found soon. "I suspect my wife has been killed. If not, she must be recovered soon. I suspect the involvement of a state minister in her kidnapping," Amarchand told reporters here. I will set myself on fire in public if the government doesn't take speedy action in the matter," he added. The CD in question reportedly shows state Public Health and Water Resources Minister Mahipal Maderana with Bhanwari Devi.
Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot held a meeting of senior police officers in Jaipur Wednesday night and decided that an impartial enquiry by the CBI should be conducted, a senior police officer said. Maderana is also believed to have met Gehlot in Jaipur the same evening. Gehlot had earlier claimed that unless the alleged CD comes up before police, allegations of immoral activity against the minister could not be made. However, the government was forced to order the CBI probe after mounting political pressure. After Bhanwari Devi's disappearance from Bilara area, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) alleged the minister's hand in her kidnapping and asked for a CBI probe. bhanwari Devi, who has remained absent from duty since Aug 25, was reported missing Sep 1 and a missing complaint was lodged by her husband the next day. The missing complaint then turned into a kidnapping case and police arrested a government contractor who had allegedly handed her over to a gang in Shekhawati region in Rajasthan. Yesterday UPA chief, Sonia Gandhi, has summoned the chief minister of Rajasthan, Ashok Gehlot, in the Bhanwari Devi case. According to the sources, Sonia Gandhi is unhappy with the treatment of the case at the hands of the state government and has thereon asked for their clarification.

RPSC Recruitment 2011 for Accountant, Jr. Accountants

Rajasthan Public Service Commission (RPSC), Ajmer, (Rajasthan) [Advt. No. R5/Acc Jr_Acc./2011-12] invites Online applications for Recruitment 2011 of Accountant, Jr. Accountant Jobs post: Online application are invited for the Direct Recruitment Examiantion 2011 for the posts of Accountant & Junior Accountant in Treasury & Accounts Department, Rajasthan Government by RPSC :
1.  Accountants
Total Post:
395 (Reservation as per norms)
Age: 21-35 Year (Relaxation as per norms)
Pay Scale: Rs. 9300-34800 + GP=3600
2.  Junior Accountant
Total Post:
Pay Scale: Rs. 9300-34800 + GP=3200
Application Fee: Rs. 250/- (Rs. 150/- for OBC of non-creamy layer, Rs. 50/- for SC/ST) through cash deposit on E-Mitra Kiosk or Jan Suvidha Kendra (C.S.C).
How to Apply : Apply Online through RPSC website http://rpsconline.rajasthan.gov.in on or before 05/10/2011.
Important dates:
Exam date(Tentative) : Nov-December 2011
Last date to apply: 5th October 2011
For Job Notification Click here
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Special Postal stamp released on Folk deity Veer Tejaji

India Postal Department  released a special commemorative stamp on Folk deity Veer Tejaji Maharaj at Kharnal in Nagaur Distt of Rajasthan. Union Minister Sachin Pilot released  the stamp in a function in presence of thousands of people. The ruling Congress state President and former Minister Dr Chandrabhan, sitting Lok Sabha member Jyoti Mirdha, former Minister Harendra Mirdha and several dignitaries were present on the occasion. 
Veer Teja (1074–1103) is revered as folk-deity and worshiped in entire Rajasthan and Malwa region of Madhya Pradesh by all communities. Veer Teja ji is considered to be folk-deity and worshiped in entire Rajasthan by all communities. He was born on Friday, magha shukla 14 samvat 1130 (29 January 1074), in the family of Dhaulya gotra Nagavanshi Jats. His father was Chaudhary Tahar, a chieftain of Khirnal in Nagaur district in Rajasthan. His mother’s name was Sugna. Mother Sugna is believed to have got son Teja ji by the blessings of Nāga-deity. It is believed that if a person suffering from snakebite goes to samadhi of Tejaji or puts a chord (tanti) in Tejaji s name, he is cured. Tejaji is a demigod with the power to spare from death. Any snakebite victim who ties an amulet in Tejaji s name, is cured immediately.

WHO Chief urges for ban on tabacco

World Health Organisation(WHO) Director General Dr Margaret Chan stressed up on need of urgent wake-up call for heads-of-states for prevention of non-communicable diseases(NCDs) and held that ban on tabacco would be effective in the prevention Addressing the inaugural of the South East Asian Region Health Ministers Meeting here today, the WHO Chief said, "Worldwide, diseases like heart disease, stroke, diabetes and cancers are already the world’s biggest killers". These diseases, especially diabetes and stroke, were already responsible for half of all disabilities worldwide she said, adding future trends were also ominous, especially for developing countries undergoing rapid modernisation, as seen in many parts of this region.
Most non-communicable diseases develop slowly. But the forces that drive the rise of these diseases were spreading with a stunning speed, sweep and were are nearly universal, powerful, and difficult to reverse, Dr Chan said. "In my view, the meeting needs to be a wake-up call right up to the level of heads of state. They need to be confronted with the facts right now, and how things will look very soon if the right actions are not taken immediately", she exhorted. "They need to understand the costs. These are the diseases that break the bank. In some countries, for example, care for diabetes alone consumes as much as 15 per cent of the national health care budget," she pointed out. Estimates from the USA indicated that diagnosed diabetes costs the country 174 billion dollar a year, of which 116 billion dollar spent for direct medical costs.

SEAR Nations 64th Annual meet begins in Jaipur

South East Asian Region (SEAR) nations' Health Ministers 29th Meeting (HMM) and 64th annual session of the World Health Organisation (WHO) Regional Committee began here today with commitment for higher priority to solutions to health problems and combating drug resistence. Union Health and Family Welfare Minister Ghulam Nabi Azad inaugurated the four-day event. WHO Director General Margaret Chan, SEAR Regional Director Samlee Plianbangchang, Union Health Secretary VM Katoch and Rajasthan's Principal Health Secretary BN Sharma shared the podium. Besides the hosts India, Health Ministers and experts/delegates from Bangladesh, Bhutan, DPR Korea, Indonesia, the Maldives, Myanmar, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Thailand and Timor-Leste are participating in the meet.
Expressing satisfaction over the meet's theme--Anti Microbial Resistence--, Mr Azad said ''Besides many other factors affecting health, the emergence and spread of anti microbial resistence is negating achievements made in protecting human life and health from communicable diseases''. He said most important driver of anti mircobial resistence was the irrarional use of microbial agents. The Minister also expressed concern over negligible development in the field of new anti-microrbial agents. The challenge was even bigger for developing countries like SEAR nations which not yet able to fully control communicable diseases were facing mounting challenge of new and emerging infections, he added. 

Various Jobs in RSRTC, Jaipur

Rajasthan State Road Transport Corporation(RSRTC), Jaipur invites online applications are invited for various posts in various categories
Traffic Category
1. Assistant Division Manager : 07 Posts
2. Assistant Depot Manager/Traffic Inspector : 20 Posts
3. Assistant Traffic Inspector : 100 Posts
Engineering Category
1. Assistant Mechanical Engineer : 08 Posts
2. Junior Engineer Grade A : 27 Posts
3. Junior Engineer Grade B : 70 Posts
Accounts Category
1. Accounts Officer : 02 Posts
2. Junior Accountants : 22 Posts
Legal Category
1. Legal assistant : 10 Posts
2. Labour Welfare Inspector : 06 Posts
Application Fee : Rs. 700/- Demand Draft (Rs.175/- for Persons with Disability (PWD) and SC & ST ) from any of the Nationalized / Scheduled bank payable at Jaipur and in favor of Financial Advisor, Rajasthan State Road Transport Corporation, Jaipur
How to apply:  Printout of the Online application with Demand Draft should be sent to to the Rajasthan State Road Transport Corporation, PO Box No 1131 New Delhi 110006
Last date: 30 Sept. 2011
For Job Notification & Online Apply Please visit http://www.rsrtc.gov.in/Vacancy.asp
For more Govt Jobs visit: www.jobkhabar.com

Probe ordered into Rajasthan hospital deaths

Rajasthan government has ordered an inquiry into the deaths of three patients in the intensive care unit (ICU) of a government hospital in Jodhpur town allegedly to due to non-availability of oxygen gas, an official said Friday. The three patients — Vinod Panwar, 45, Choti Devi, 60, and Kamla Devi, 35, — were on ventilators in the ICU of Mathura Das Mathur Hospital when the oxygen supply allegedly stopped. The deaths were reported between 11 p.m. Thursday and 4 a.m. Friday.
The incident triggered protests by the patients' relatives who refused to take away the bodies. The matter was resolved after police intervention. Meanwhile, the hospital administration has constituted a committee to probe the matter. Sujana Ram, husband of Kamla Devi, said, "When we reported the shortage of oxygen to the nurse on duty, she called up the supply station. She got the reply that no cylinder was available. I then knocked many hospital doors and managed to get one cylinder after about an hour, but by then it was all over." Hospital's superintendent, Arvind Mathur, who was in Jaipur for a meet, stated that he'll begin his investigation after reaching Jodhpur. But, deputy superintendent C S Vyas, while admitting shortage of oxygen cylinders, said that some time there is low pressure in supply lines due to short supply and outflow in the lines that is lethal for the sufferers who are on life support systems.

President on Rajasthan visit from 19 Sept

President Pratibha Devisingh Patil will pay a 3-day visit to Rajasthan from September 19. "As per preliminary programme the President will reach here from New Delhi on September 19, Later, she would proceed to Ajmer to participate in programme at the Mayo Girls' College", an official spokesman said. During the 3-day sojourn in the state, Ms Patil was scheduled to take partin different programmes/functions in Sikar, Udaipur and Rajsamand districts, the spokesman said.

Ganesh Chaturthi and Bal Gangadhar Tilak

Nation celebrates Ganesh Chaturthi today. Chants of 'Ganpati Bappa Morya' rent the air as Nation starts celebrations kicking off the 11-day festival of Ganesh Chaturthi. People sang bhajans and offered prayers amid bursting of crackers and beating of drums. Today, Hindus across India, Nepal, the U.S., Canada, Fiji and other locales will bring home those carefully made idols in the hopes they can invoke the god’s blessings for wisdom, prosperity and good fortune. 
There is strong relation between Ganesh mahotsava and Bal Gangadhar Tilak. Bal Gangadhar Tilak was a social reformer and freedom fighter. He was one of the prime architects of modern India and strongest advocates of Swaraj (Self Rule). He was universally recognized as the "Father of Indian Movement". Till 1893, Ganesh Chaturthi celebrations were a private affair, not done on a public scale. People used to celebrate it in a traditional manner. It was Lokmanya Tilak who popularized Ganesh Chaturthi as a national festival, after visualizing its cultural importance. The reason for this was to enhance the sense of belongingness as well as togetherness among the citizens. It was also done with an aim to build a new grassroots unity between the Brahmins and the non-Brahmins. During the Swaraj movement, when Lord Ganesha was chosen as a rallying point for protest against British rule, because of his wide appeal as "the God for Everyman". One of Tilak's strongest movements to evoke nationalism, through religious passions, was the organization of Ganesh Chaturthi in Maharashtra, which inspired feelings of Hindu unity in the state. Bal Gangadhar Tilak was the first person to install large public images of Ganesha in pavilions and he was the one who established the practice of submerging all the public images on the tenth day of the festival. Ganesh Chaturthi soon started seeing community participation and involvement, in the form of cultural events. It also served as a meeting point for common people of all castes and communities, at a time when social and political gatherings were forbidden by the British Rule.

Firing in Rajasthan, Vishvendra Singh escape unhurt

Former BJP MP and former Maharaja of Bharatpur Vishvendra Singh and his wife Divya escaped gun fire from an unidentified assailant at Laxmi Vilas Hotel on Thursday. Singh along with his wife Divya and 200 other supporters were protesting outside the hotel whose owner had written a book allegedly criticising the royals, police said. The supporters ransacked the hotel following which some one from inside the building fired at the former MP and his wife, they said. Two persons were injured in the incident, police said, adding the kind of wound suffered by them is not clear yet.
Senior police officers have reached the trouble spot and investigations are on. Meanwhile Jat Community and Leaders critisise the attach and demands immediate arrest of culprits. BJP MLA Hanuman Beniwal says it is attach of royal Jat family and we strongly demand arrest of people involved in attack.

Rajasthan IAS Navin Jain remains untraceable

Rajasthan Police is yet to trace Navin Jain, the senior IAS official who had gone missing on Tuesday morning. Police teams have been sent to his village in Haryana, and also to Lucknow, where his in-laws reside. He is a Rajasthan cadre officer of 2001 batch. Jain, 36, was posted as commissioner in the state’s Settlement department in Jaipur. According to the police, Jain was on way to Delhi with his wife and son on Tuesday morning and had stopped at a restaurant in Shahajanpur in Alwar district, for breakfast. Midway, he got up and went out of the restaurant on the pretext of making a call on his mobile phone,” Alwar SP Mahesh Goyal said. He, however, did not return.  Later his wife found a note addressed to her in their car.
The note spoke of Jain’s regret that he was not able to provide a house to his family even after putting in 11 years of service. “I am ashamed of it,” the note said and that he was “going somewhere for peace of mind and should not be disturbed,” the officer added. Jain advised his wife to go to Lucknow where her family had settled. The entire state police machinery was pressed into action.

Rajasthan Guaranteed Delivery of Public Service Bill 2011

Rajasthan Guaranteed Delivery of Public Service Bill 2011 implemented by Rajasthan Govt. in State. Officials in Rajasthan Government henceforth will have to perform in a time-bound manner in providing services to public or they may be liable to a cash penalty of Rs 250 for each day of delay, subject to a minimum and maximum limit of Rs 500 and Rs 5,000. The penalty clause, for laxity/delay without sufficient and reasonable cause, has been made in the Rajasthan Guaranteed Delivery of Public Service Bill-2011 which was passed by the State Assembly last evening by a voice vote. As per the provision of penalty, competent appellate officer may impose a lump sum penalty which shall not less than Rs 500 and more than Rs 5,000, or the appellate officer may impose penalty of Rs 250 per day of delay that should not be more than Rs 5,000 in a case. The penalty levied so shall be recovered from the salary of the punished officer/official. However, the aggrieved officer will have right to move for revision against the penalty before an officer designated by the government.
Likewise, the applicant whose application for particular service/work rejected by the the officials for some reasons will also have an opportunity to go for an appeal. As many as 53 services pertaining to 15 government departments have presently been covered under the Act and but Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot had already announced his government's intention to bring more services and departments under the purview of the this Act. Moving the Bill in the House yesterday on behalf of Chief Minister Mr Gehlot Home and Parliamentary Affairs Minister Shanti Kumar Dhariwal said " The objectives of the Bill is to ensure transparent and responsive administration and time bound delivery of services to the citizens". " In furtherance of the above commitment it is proposed that citizens should be provided with a statutory right to obtain specific public services within stipulated time and if the public authorities fail to provide such services within a stipulated period they should be made liable to pay penalty", the Minister said. With this, Rajasthan has become the first Congress ruled state in the country to pass this Law. Three BJP and allies ruled states of Madhya Pradesh, Bihar and Punjab have already passed the Act.