Sinodia alleges irregularities in Ajmer Jail

Ruling Congress MLA Nathuram Sinodia alleges irregularities & Corruption in Ajmer prison. Ajmer Congress(Rural) Chairmen and Kishangarh MLA Sinodia's son Bhanwar Singh Sinodia was abducted and murdered. Sinodia claimed that the accused in the case were threatening witnesses using mobile phones from inside the prison. Kishangarh (Ajmer) MLA Nathuram Sinodiya made the remarks during Question Hour in the state Assembly when Minister of State for Forest Ramlal Jat was replying to a question on recovery of mobile phones and SIM cards from prisoners in Jodhpur jail. Sinodiya claimed that undertrials lodged in the Ajmer jail also use mobile phones and threaten people. He said that some accused in the murder case of his son, who was shot dead over a property dispute, were using mobile phones to threaten witnesses.
Opposition members also raised voice against the alleged negligence of the jail authorities and the state government in redressing grievances of its own party MLA. Amid uproar, CPI(M) MLAs Amra Ram, Pema Ram and Pawan Duggal walked out of the House. Sinodiya claimed that the criminal who shot dead his son was earlier also lodged in Ajmer jail but he came out on parole given by then superintendent of Ajmer jail. Speaker Deependra Singh asked Ramlal Jat to get the matter investigated by the DGP within 15 days. Jat assured the House that a probe would be ordered into the matter. He also said prisoners who have been found involved in operating their criminal activities from jail will be shifted to Ajmer jail. He also slam that everyone know who is behind the murder of my son and why accused are released on bail from jail and by whom. Answer must be find soon. If a MLA Son is not safe that what is condition of normal man, how they will fight for justice under this "Gundaraj" of Liquor and Land Mafia.

Technical Helper 9394 Jobs in Power Companies, Rajasthan

Rajasthan Power Companies (Rajasthan Government Undertaking), Vidyut Bhawan, Jyoti Nagar, Jaipur. Jaipur Vidyut Vitran Nigam Ltd. (JVVNL) has invited Online/Offline Applications for the 9394 Technical Helper posts in various Rajasthan Power Companies as JVVNL, AVVNL, JVVNL
Job Post: Technical Helper
Total Post:
9394 posts
Jaipur VVNL: 2930 posts, (GEN-1513, BC-562, SBC-26, SC-502, ST-326)
Ajmer VVNL (Non TSP) : 2431 (GEN-1165, BC-532, SBC-25, SC-405, ST-304)
Ajmer VVNL (TSP Area) : 831 posts, (GEN-416, SC-42, ST-373)
Jodhpur VVNL : 3202 posts (GEN-1582, BC-661, SBC-31, SC-518, ST-410)
Age: 18 to Below 28 years as on 13/09/2011
Pay Scale : Rs. 5200-20200/- + GP Rs. 1850/- + allowances & benefits
Qualifications: Candidates must have passed Secondary Examination (10th) from RBSE/CBSE or other equivalent recognized Board/CBSE along with ITI (NCVT/SCVT)/NAC or equivalent Diploma in Electrician Or Lineman Or SBA or Wireman Or Power Electrician with min 60% marks (55% for BC/SBC & 50% for SC/ST candidates) from any recognized Institution.
Application Fee: Offline : Rs.500/- for General, Rs. 300/- for BC/SBC (Non Creamy Layer and Rs.200/- for SC/ST/PH candidates be paid through Demand Draft/Pay Order/Banker’s Cheque (DD/PO) drawn in favour of “Accounts Officer” of concerned Nigam Online : Rs.500/- for GEN, Rs.300/- for BC/SBC & Rs.200/- for SC/STPH candidates be paid through Challan Form in any branch of “State Bank of Bikaner & Jaipur (SBBJ) in concerned Nigam’s Bank Account Numbers mentioned here : Jaipur VVNL : 61137361990, Ajmer VVNL : 61138603769 and Jodhpur VVNL : 61137272578.
How to Apply: Candidates can apply through Online & Offline modes till 13/09/2011
Online Application: “Apply Online” between 18/08/2011 to 13/09/2011 at, OR Candidates Scan their Latest Photograph & Signature for Online Application. Candidates are required to have a valid personal E-mail ID till the recruitment process for all future intimations. After applying online take print out of the “System Generated Application Form” and keep it for all future requirements.
Offline Application: Applications in the prescribed format along with fee and all supporting documents should reach to the Concerned Officers mentioned in the advertisement on or before 13/09/2011 through post/by hand.
Important Dates :
Starting date of Online Registration & Fee : 18/08/2011
Last date of Online Registration & Fee : 13/09/2011
Written Test to be held on : 06/11/2011 (Tentative date)
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Rajasthan TET Exam 2011 Result annouced

Rajasthan Teacher Eligibility Test(TET)  Exam 2011 result announced Today, 28 August 2011 on 2:00 PM by Board of Secondary Education, RBSE Ajmer Rajasthan on its website. TET Exam is now mendatory for appearing in Teachers recruitment examination as per new rules by Govt. of Rajasthan. Minimum qualification marks is required in RTET Examination irrespective of any category whether they belongs to GEN, ST, SC, OBC, Woman or any category. For RTET Exam 2011 results Click on below links or visit below mentioned websites of Results by Name or Roll No.  (Results Available )

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Anna Hazare ends fast after 288 Hours

Anna Hazare broke his fast after 288 hours on the 13th day at the Ramlila Maidan in Delhi as huge crowds witnessed and celebrated the victory of people's power. Anna ended his fast after Parliament adopted the Sense of the House resolution on his three key points on Saturday. Two five-year old girls from Delhi offered coconut water and honey to Anna Hazare. He is now heading to Medanta Medicity in Haryana's Gurgaon soon after he breaks his fast. Doctors are concerned about his health as his fast enters the 13th day today with his internal organs getting affected. Hazare had lost at least 7.5 kg since August 16 when he sat on a hunger strike for a strong Lokpal Bill. He now weighs 64.5 kg.
Outlining his future agenda, Hazare chose reforms in election and education systems and working for the betterment of farmers and labourers. He said his fight would now be for Right to Recall and Right to Reject. While Right to Recall would be for those elected, the Right to Reject will be a column in the ballot paper which would ensure the voter has a right to say that he does not like the listed candidates. "We have to reform electoral system. (we need) Right to Reject. You should be able to reject your candidate in the ballot paper. We have to do that. "If majority say they do not like any of the candidates in the fray, the election should be cancelled. How much money they (candidates) will distribute? Once the candidate spends Rs 10 crore for one election and if the election is cancelled, then right sense will dawn upon them," he said.

Anna Hazare to end Fast, Govt agree 3 demands

Anna Hazare to end Fast by today or tomorrow morning as per Team anna member Shati Bhushan as Govt agree all three demands. Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha passes the anna's Jan Lokpal bill with sound support without even need voting as all parties support the Anna Hazare's support. The eight-hour long extraordinary debate on the Lokpal issue Saturday ended with Finance Minister Pranab Mukherjee expressing “a broad sense of the house” that includes an in-principle acceptance of three key demands of Anna Hazare by the Lok Sabha. Anna Hazare will break his fast at 10 am tomorrow, according to his close associate Kiran Bedi.  Bedi tweeted that the 74-year-old activist does not break his fast after sunset. “Anna is known to have never broken his fast after sunset. Recall, he did so even in April fast. This is his decision again. He decides,” she tweeted. Later, Bedi told PTI he will break the fast at 10 am tomorrow. If he breaks his fast tomorrow at 10 am, he will complete 288 hours of his hunger strike which began on August 16.

Mission Education by Four Friends in Rajasthan

Young men like them would be spending their money on shopping, entertainment or on savings. But not these four friends from Rajasthan. They have pooled their money to start a school for poor kids and even take classes before leaving for office. For almost two months now, the four friends from Rajasthan's Jodhpur town - Mangal Singh Deora, Mahesh Banjara, Manish Dabi and Kamlesh Shankhla - have been funding the education of under-privileged children by starting a school at a rented building. At the end of every month, the four pool their savings for the school - for books, pens, uniforms and teachers' salaries. In two months, the schools' enrolment figure has grown to 50. While Banjara is a graduate in science and has done a computer course, his three friends are undergraduates. The four are in the age group of 25-28 years. They started the primary school in two rooms in Jodhpur, some 330 km from state capital Jaipur. "Most people don't know what education is worth because they are fortunate to have it the easy way. Due to my poor background, I faced insurmountable difficulties in getting it. And that's what became the inspiration for this cause," Deora told IANS.
"I started working on it in the last two years and finally it took shape in July. Now we have over 50 students in our school, a majority of them from poor background. Six kids do not even have parents," he said. A marketing executive with a private firm, Deora had to drop the idea of higher studies after school as his family could not afford it. But now he is trying to get a graduation degree. "The difficulties which I faced would always pinch me and make me think about what I should do so that others don't go through the same situation. I got the idea of starting a primary school for poor children and my three friends chipped in," he added. Banjara works in a local factory while Dabi and Shankhla are executives in a private company. "In June, we checked our bank balance which was enough to rent two rooms and we started a primary school," said Manish. They are paying Rs.4,000 as monthly rent for the building that houses their school named 'Hamara Bachpan' (our childhood). "We contacted people living in slums and came to know that their children were not going to school. We convinced them to send their children to our school. They agreed. About 50 children are now getting free education here," said Mangal. "We take classes before going to work and have also appointed teachers to teach the students," he said. "We are so happy to do this. We never realised that the response is going to be so good," he said. But due to a rush of admission-seekers, the four friends are now faced with a bigger challenge. "We have limited resources and to provide everything free to every student is bit of a problem, we also have to pay the rent as well as salary to the teachers... We are now requesting parents, who come from somewhat better background, to help us in whatever way they can to run the school," said Shankhla. Ramesh Kumar, father of five-year-old Rohit who studies in Hamara Bachpan, said: "We are really thankful to these guys for educating our children... Otherwise it would have been very difficult for us to send them to school because of the high fees."
Courtesy: Anil Sharma, IANS

Anna Effect: Rajasthan Assembly adjourned twice

The issue of Anna Hazare-led anti-corruption crusade continued to mar the proceeding of the Rajasthan Assembly as an adamant Opposition demanded debate over the issue resuting in stalling of question hour proceeding and two adjournments in a row for a total period of one-and-a-half-hours. As soon as the House met after a two-day gap, CPI(M) legislature party leader Amara Ram rose to raise the demand of immediate debate on the issue of corruption. Mr Ram wanted that question hour be suspended and debate should be held to discuss prevailing situation in the country over the issue and explore effective measures for totally curbing corruption. Deputy Leader of BJP legislature party also supported CPI(M)'s stand and said when the Lok Sabha could suspend the question hour to discuss the issue, why this could not be done in this House.
Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot said the Government was ready to hold discussion any time as decided by the Chair. However, Speaker Deependra Singh Shekhawat wanted to proceed with the question hour business and called for the first question, to which Home Minister Shanti Kumar Dhariwal rose to reply, which was opposed by the Opposition members. Amid the din, the Speaker adjourned the House for an hour within seven minutes. When the House reassembled, the din reappeared, however, the Chairperson proceeded for zero hour business and read ruling on call attention motion and special mentions and again adjourned the House for half-an-hour within a few minutes. On the opening day of monsoon session on August 23, the Opposition BJP staged a walk-out over the issue.

Japan PM Naoto Kan Resigns

Japan's Prime Minister Naoto Kan confirmed  his resignation. He announced his resignation as president of the Democratic Party of Japan, effectively ending his tenure as Japanese leader. "I resign as the (party) president effective today," Kan told senior party officials, Jiji press quoted him as saying.  Kyodo news agency said, setting the stage for Japan to pick its sixth premier in five years as it tries to rebuild from a massive earthquake and tsunami, forge a new energy policy after a nuclear crisis and curb huge public debt.
The race to become Japan's sixth leader in five years was blown wide open on Monday when former foreign minister Seiji Maehara, aged 49, decided to run. That cut sharply into the chances of Finance Minister Yoshihiko Noda, a fiscal conservative. The support base for the two men overlaps in the Democratic Party of Japan (DPJ) - and whoever is elected next week as leader of the party with control of the lower house will become prime minister. Japan's new leader will have to grapple with a soaring yen that threatens exports, step up efforts to rebuild from the March earthquake and tsunami and end a radiation crisis at the Fukushima nuclear plant - all while trying to curb public debt and cure the ills of a fast-ageing society. But concerns run deep as to whether the next prime minister will fare any better than his predecessors in the face of a divided parliament and ruling party split by policies and personal feuds. 

Delhi Half Marathon 2011 on 27 November

Airtel Delhi Half Marathon 2011 is scheduled for 27th of November. Every year thousands of people come and participate in this event. Delhi Half Marathon has become a national  annual event where people travel to the capital from around the world to especially participate in it. It’s that time of the year again when Delhi's sports lovers come together to reaffirm their commitment towards converting the city into a healthier and fitter one through the simple, but joyful task of running. Around 30,000 sports loving people and health and fitness enthusiasts are expected to come together to run shoulder to shoulder with some of the world's leading distance runners along with India's best when the Airtel Delhi Half Marathon will be flagged off in Delhi on November 27, 2011, under the aegis of the Athletics Federation of India (AFI). The world's most prestigious Half Marathon race, recognised by IAAF as a "Gold Label Event" and certified by the Association of International Marathons and Road Races, returns for the seventh year, and for the fourth time in its current avatar of the Airtel Delhi Half Marathon.
Registration date: Physical Registration for half maratha to open on 25 August 2011 and close on 22 October 2011 or whenever places are full, whichever is earlier.
Registration Fee: Rs. 700 will be the entry fee for half marathan and Rs. 400 for the great delhi Run, Rs. 200 will be the enty fee for senior citzen run and wheelchair event
Prize Money: Prize money of USD 210,000 helps the event maintain its status as the world's richest half marathon and is expected to attract 40 of the world's top 100 male and female long distance athletes.

Apple CEO Steve Jobs resigns

Apple CEO Steve Jobs has resigned as its CEO and named Tim Cook as his successor. Jobs has been elected chairman of the board and Cook, previously Apple's Chief Operating Officer, will join the board with immediate effect. In a letter to the 'Apple Board of Directors and the Apple Community', Jobs said, "I have always said if there ever came a day when I could no longer meet my duties and expectations as Apple's CEO, I would be the first to let you know." "Unfortunately, that day has come. I hereby resign as CEO of Apple. I would like to serve, if the board sees fit, as chairman of the board, director and Apple employee," he said in the letter. Jobs, 55, submitted his resignation to Apple's board of directors today and "strongly recommended" that the board implement its succession plan and name Tim Cook, 50, as CEO. "Steve's extraordinary vision and leadership saved Apple and guided it to its position as the world's most innovative and valuable technology company," said Genentech Chairman and Apple board member Art Levinson on behalf of the company board. "Steve has made countless contributions to Apple's success and he has attracted and inspired Apple's immensely creative employees and world-class executive team. In his new role as chairman of the board, Steve will continue to serve Apple with his unique insights, creativity and inspiration," he said.
The visionary behind some of Apple's most iconic and bestseller products like the iPod, iPhone and iPad, Jobs is a pancreatic cancer survivor. Under his leadership, Apple revolutionised the music business through the iPod, the mobile business through the iPhone and the entertainment and media world through the iPad. Earlier this month, with a market capitalisation of about USD 346 billion, Apple briefly surpassed energy major Exxon Mobil to become the country's most valuable company. The news of Jobs' resignation came after the markets closed on Wednesday. In after-hours trading, Apple stock fell 5 per cent. Jobs were diagnosed with a rare form of pancreatic cancer in 2004 and underwent a liver transplant two years ago. In a letter in January this year, he said he was taking another leave of absence to "focus on my health". He, however, emerged briefly from his medical leave during the year on a few occasions.

Aruna Roy and Arvind Kejriwal

Aruna Roy and Arvind Kejriwal knwon as "Activists of change" for their fight for transparency in government and Corruption free society. Aruna Roy is known as Kejriwal's mentor and had tutored him for years. They had worked together to get the Right to Information(RTI) Act passed, but today they stand at the opposite end of the river on Jan Lokpal Bill. Difference arises when Aruna roy came with the third version of Lokpal which demands PM under the ambit of ombudsman. It wasn't too long ago when NAC member Aruna Roy invited Arvind Kejriwal to draft a comprehensive anti corruption law under the NCPRI (National Campaign for People's Right to Information).  "Solution to corruption is not in that one Lokpal bill and not in the form that it is. So while we think that the expression against corruption is a great thing, the solutions to that are made too simplistic," says Aruna Roy. The drafts, like the finalised Jan Lokpal bill, concentrated too much power in the hands of a single institution, something that the NCPRI did not agree with.
Aruna Roy was born on 26 June 1946 is social activist who founded and heads the Mazdoor Kisan Shakti Sangathana(MKSS). Aruna served as a civil servant in the Indian Administrative Service between 1968 and 1974. She then resigned to devote her time to social and political campaigns. She joined the Social Work and Research Center (SWRC) in Tilonia, Rajasthan.
Arvind Kejriwal was born in Hissar, Haryana in 1968. Kejriwal graduated from IIT Kharagpur as a Mechanical engineer. Kejriwal joined Tata Steel after his graduation from IIT Kharagpur. Later Kejriwal joined the Indian Revenue Service (IRS) in 1995 and worked as an Additional Commissioner of Income Tax in Delhi.

Anna issue rock Rajasthan Monsoon Session

Anna Hazare's agitation for the passage of the Jan Lokpal bill in Parliament on Tuesday rocked the Rajasthan Legislative Assembly on the first day of the Monsoon Session with Opposition BJP raising the demand for a debate on the issue and staging a walk-out. ‘Anna’ marks 1st day of Rajasthan Monsoon Session. As soon as the House assembled, Leader of the Opposition Vasundhara Raje said there was an urgent need to discuss the issue of Hazare's agitation as countrywide people were on the roads expressing their desire to eradicate corruption. As soon as the House assembled at 1100 rs today, Speaker Deependra Singh Shekhawat took up the business of the day directing the Ministers concerned to introdduce Bills and table ordinances.
However, Leader of the Opposition Vasundhara Raje soon intervened to raise the Opposition's demand over the issue of corruption. Ms Raje said a nationwide movement was going on, and the Opposition wanted a debate in the House to know what the state government was doing in this regard. he House was later adjourned till 11 am on Friday after paying tributes to former Tamil Nadu Governor P C Alexander, former Arunachal Pradesh Chief Minister Dorjee Khandu who was killed in a helicopter crash, former Chief Minister of Haryana Bhajan Lal, former Union Minister Daulat Ram Saran and a few former MLAs of the state who had lost their lives. Former Jaipur royal Bhawani Singh and victims of the Mumbai bomb blast, Kalka Express accident and Mathura-Chhapra train-bus collision were also offered tributes by the members who observed two minute silence in the House.

Prabha Choudhary elected Rajasthan University President

Prabha Choudhary elected Rajasthan University(RU) President and Becomes first woman president of Rajasthan Univesity in result announced today for Rajasthan University Student Unions(RUSU) Election 2011. She is independent Candidate, so this will be big setback for ABVP and NSUI. Specially for NSUI as she was NSUI candidate but open third front after fail to get President ticket from NSUI. She won election by more than 1200 votes, what a win.
She thanks students for support, Mukesh Bhakar Naresh Meena group and promise to facilitate university and affiliated colleges as per promise and election agenda. Special emphasis will be given for girls safety and facilities such as Wi-Fi facility, lighting, cultural and extra-curricular activities. Prabha choudhary also slam NSUI where she didn't get ticket from NSUI and fight election from Third from in Rajasthan University.  Prabha Choudhary was born in Jat Family of Jaisalmer. She completed her school and Graduation from Banasthali University, Jaipur. Now days she is persuing her Post-Graduate degree in LLB from Rajasthan Univerity, Jaipur.
Congratulation to Prabha Choudhary for being President of Rajasthan University(RU), Jaipur.

Rajasthan Student Union election results announced

Rajasthan Universities and Colleges Student Union election results are announced for election held today(20 August 2011) for various post such as University President, Vice President, General Secretary(GS) and Jt Secretary in more than 127 colleges and five state universities. Results annoucements are in process. Watch Live Results updates here:
Rajasthan Student Union election results 2011 LIVE Updates.
* Rajasthan University President Winner - Prabha Choudhary (Independent) 
* Rajasthan University GS - Amit Sharma (ABVP)  
* Rajasthan University Vice President - Abha Singh (Independent)
* Rajasthan University Sec. -
Gaurav Saini (NSUI)
* Maharani College President Winner - Shaifali Meena  
* Maharaja College President Winner - Lekhraj Meena
* Law college(Morn.) College President Winner - Amit Kumar wishnoi
* Law college(Evening) College
President Winner - Hari Mohan Sharma
* SS Jain Subodh PG Womans College President Winner - Monika Shekhawat
* Rajastahn College President Winner - Surendra Choudhary
* MLSU Udaipur President - Paramveer Singh Chundawat (Independent)
* MLSU Udaipur Vice President - Palkansh Rao (NSUI)
* MLSU Udaipur GS - Parbat singh Rana(Independent)
* MLSU Udaipur Sec. - Hiten Paliwal (NSUI)
* Ganga singh Univeristy Bikaner President - Sultan Singh (Independent)
* Ganga singh Univeristy Bikaner Vice President - Puspa (NSUI)
* Ganga singh Univeristy Bikaner GS - Abhishek Pareek (Independent)
* Ganga singh Univeristy Bikaner Sec. - Rahul Moond (NSUI)
* JNVU Jodhpur President - Pradeep singh rathore (NSUI)
* JNVU Jodhpur Vice president - Hitesh vyas (ABVP)
* JNVU Jodhpur Sec. - Indra Kumar (SFI)
* MPUAT Udaipur President Winner - Praveen Kumar (NSUI)
* MPUAT Udaipur GS Winner - Aavani Chandaliya (ABVP)
* MPUAT Udaipur Sect. - Mukaesh Yadav (NSUI)
 * MDS, Ajmer President Winner- Vikash Choudhary (ABVP)
* Commerce College( MLSU, Udaipur) President Winner - Panjak Borana
* CDFST College( MPUAT, Udaipur) President Winner - Sukhdev Choudhary
* Bikaner College President Winner - Payal Navaniya (ABVP)
* Goura Devi Womans College, Alwar President Winner - Megha Patil
* RD Girls College President Winner- Sarita Garg
* Shodh Student President Winner- Rahul Ola
* JDB Girls College President Winner- Monika Tanwar
* Bangad College, Pali President Winner- Kuldeep Singh Kumawat
* Girls College, Pali President Winner- Krishna Tanwar
* Kanodiya PG Woman College, Jaipur President Winner - Aashima Takshak
* Akashdeep Woman College, Jaipur President Winner - Sangita Kumari
* SSG Pareek PG College, Jaipur President Winner - Ishwar Singh Shekhawat
* Vaidik Girls PG College, Jaipur President Winner - Priya Sharma
* Vaidik Girls College, Rajapark, Jaipur President Winner - Manish Soni
* Sant Jayacharya Woman College, Jaipur President Winner - Shiba Khan
* Sh. Khandelwal PG College, Jaipur President Winner - Pratap Singh rajawat
* Sh. Khandelwal Grad. College, Jaipur President Winner - Anju Khatri

Rajasthan Student Union polls end 'peacefully', Average voting

Rajasthan Student Unions Election end peacefully in more than 127 colleges and five state universities in except some small clash at Law, LBS and commerce college in Rajasthan University Jaipur during voting held today. Voting is completed across state at 2:00 PM for various post such as University President, Vice President, General Secretary(GS) and Jt Secretary. The main fight is between Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP)and National Students' Union of India (NSUI). Various Universities and colleges witness 40-50% voting. Highest turmoil has seen in Maharaja College Jaipur where 67% conducted. Maharani College manage to get 26% votes on booth. DSW RD Gujjar said result will be annouced by 8 PM today for all colleges. MLSU Udaipur also gets good voting even after rain from morning. For MLSU Udaipur Nayan Katara, Paramveer singh chundawat and Dilip singh sisodiya is candidate for President candidates
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Rajasthan Student Union election results announced 

West Bengal to be renamed as Pashchim Banga

A committee comprising West Bengal’s Commerce Minister Partha Chatterjee and other opposition party leaders has unanimously proposed that the state of West Bengal or Paschim Bangal be renamed as “Paschim Banga”. The decision was taken at an all-party meeting held here on Friday. The initiative to rename the state has been taken keeping the need to gain administrative advantages. Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee suggested the new name and unanimity was reached on it, Parliamentary Affairs Minister Partha Chatterjee told reporters after the meeting in the state assembly. "It has been unanimously decided that the state's new name will be Paschim Banga from now in all languages," he said. "We wanted a change in the name of the state to get the administrative advantage," he said.
The chief minister presided over the meeting attended by Trinamool Congress, besides ally Congress and Socialist Unity Centre of India, Left Front constituents Communist Party of India - Marxist, Communist Party of India, Revolutionary Socialist Party, Forward Bloc as also Gorkha Janmukti Morcha, among other parties. Banerjee had earlier empowered Chatterjee and Leader of the Opposition Surjyakanta Mishra to study the new name for the state. Chatterjee said the letter 'W' in West Bengal came almost at the end of the alphabet and this resulted in a disadvantage for the state. "Paschim Banga as a new name also mirrors history," he said, adding that a resolution would be moved in the assembly for the adoption of the name, which would be then referred to the Centre. Forward Bloc sources said the choice was made from among the suggestions of Paschimbanga, Bangla and Bangabhumi'. At the time of independence in 1947, the erstwhile Bengal was bifurcated. The eastern part became East Pakistan (now Bangladesh) and the western part remained with India becoming the state of West Bengal. The matter has been debated many times that "west" in the name does not make sense as "East Bengal" is no more relevant.

Annagiri effect: Govt Employees, BJP, CPI & People joins

Annagiri in Rajasthan is at its peak. Support for social activist Anna Hazare's stir for a more inclusive anti-graft law is growing across Rajasthan, with protests rallies across the state and a half-day market shutdown in the state capital. After lawyers and doctors striking work and taking out rallies showing solidarity to his fight against corruption, the state government employees are now ready to join the league of Anna. A faction of the All Rajasthan State Government Employees Federation led by its president Mahendra Singh has announced to go on a half-day's leave on Friday. Members of the Singh-led federation would also take out rallies at the district headquarters to muster up support for Anna's campaign.
The traders, wearing black bands, also held a sit-in in the Walled City area. "Jaipur has over 27,000 shops and almost all of them did not open before afternoon," said Girdhar Sukhija, another shopkeeper. The city's youth remained front-runners by taking part in the agitation with a difference. A group of girls with tricolours in their hands, one of them sitting on a horse, made round of the entire city shouting slogans in support of Hazare. “We are students and want to draw attention of people towards this issue so we took this exercise,” said one of the girls. Youth were seen taking out vehicle rallies on the deserted roads near the secretariat building. “We have skipped classes to be part of this historic agitation. It is a to fight for a cause," said Abhishek Kumar, a Bachelor of Arts student who along with his 50 friends took out a vehicle rally on Sahkar Marg. A representative of voluntary organisation, Jago Janta Society, said: "25 supporters are organizing fast every day and it will continue till the government meets Hazare's demands."

AIEEE Exam 2012 on 29 April

AIEEE Exam 2012 : All India Engineering/Architecture Entrance Examination (AIEEE) 2012 for admission to various NITs, IITs, deemed Universities and for few States is proposed to be held by Central Board of Secondary Education, New Delhi on 29th April, 2012 (Sunday) for admission in B. E./B.Tech. and B.Arch./B. Planning. The detailed information will also be available on AIEEE website i.e. in due course. This year, CBSE is planning to conduct online exam on mass scale. Students are advised to acquaint themselves.
Every year close to 1200,000 students appear for AIEEE, for AIEEE 2011 the number of candidates registered was 11,14,880 and for AIEEE 2010 the number was 11,18,148 students. The total number of seats across all participating institutes will be approximately 28000 for engineering and 1000 seats for architecture. AIEEE 2012 will be held on a mass scale hence candidates are requested by CBSE to get familiar with online exam pattern. The tenth AIEEE was a mess due to paper leak issue and few candidates had to take the test once again, You can read about the information using the below links.

Now Apply Online for RBSE Board Exams

Rajasthan Board of Secondary Education(RBSE), Ajmer is all set to go online.Board of Secondary Education(BOSER), Rajasthan will invites online applications for Board exams for acadimic year 2011-12 for examination 2012. Online application for RBSE Exam 2012 starts from 22 August 2011. Board already alloted User Id and Password to all Nodal centers. Most of Schools are approved as Noda center to facilate students. Noda Centers can fill the applicaitons online for students of Class 10th and 12the, who will appear for examination 2012 to be conducted by RBSE, Ajmer.
Procedure to apply Online: How to apply Online for RBSE Exams 2012 will be major questions amongs students as this is first time experiement in Rajasthan. To guide Nodal centers RBSE Ajmer issues a Blank Application form format so that Students can download from Website or can collect from respective Nodal center. Fill the applicaiotn form and apply onlie, if your school do not have Internet facility then they can apply from E-Mitra Kiosk or CSC nearby you using the same username and password provided to you as Nodal center. You have to fill the Examination fee with challan to nearby Punjab National Bank(PNB) OR ICICI Bank.  Online facility is not available this year for those school which newly gets approval from Board as these schools are not added in list. Hope this new facility will facilate Students and Teachers. 
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Coal India beats RIL to become most valuable Company of India

Coal India Ltd, the world's biggest coal miner by output, Wednesday overtook Reliance Industries Ltd(RIL). to become India's biggest company by market capitalization, reflecting robust demand for natural resources in Asia's third-largest economy. At around 1200 hours on the National Stock Exchange, Coal India Ltd (CIL) commanded a market cap of Rs 250,759.67 crore, with an over 2 per cent rise in its share price. At that time, RIL had a market cap of Rs 250,580.21 crore on the NSE. A few minutes later, CIL's market valuation exceeded that of RIL on the BSE as well. At around 1206 hrs, RIL's market cap on the BSE stood at Rs 2,50,468 crore, slightly lower than CIL's Rs 2,50,538 crore.
About Coal India: Coal India, incorporated in 1973 in Kolkata is the world's largest coal miner and a leading public sector undertaking engaged in coal mining, selling coal in India. It has total coal reserves of 64.3 billion tons and proven reserves of 52.4 billion tons. The company operates 471 mines in 21 coalfields across 8 states in India. Its 9 wholly-owned subsidiaries are Eastern Coalfields Ltd (ECL), Bharat Coking Coal India Ltd (BCCL), Central Coalfields Ltd (CCL), Northern Coalfields Ltd (NCL), Western Coalfields Ltd (WCL) and South Eastern Coalfields Ltd (SECL). Maharatna firm Coal India reported a 64% jump in the consolidated net profit at Rs 4,143 crore for the first quarter ended June 30. The company had posted a consolidated net profit of Rs 2,525 crore in the April-June period of 2010.

Anna Hazare gets full support across Rajasthan

Anna Hazare gets full support from Various associations across Rajasthan supported Anna Hazare and the fight against corruption on Tuesday. People from different outfits and walks of life gathered at the Gandhi Bhawan in Ajmer, carried out march to the Collectorate, held demonstration and about 50 people, including some BJP councillors, courted arrest there. A group of students also held demosntration at Bajrang Garh square and held dharna. a report from Ajmer said. In the state capital here, more than 200 people from different organisations, including Samagra Seva Sangh and Arya Samaj, gathered at the Udhyog Maidan near Statue Circle to hold dharna in support of Anna. 
Arya Samaj activists carried out procession to join in the dharna. A group of lawyers held a meeting at the Manak Chowk Chauper here to express soldarity over Anna's stir against corruption. Demonstration was also held at the Chhoti Chauper here. In Bhilwara, supporters of the Gandhian sat on a relay hunger strike near the Information Center. Nawalgarh and Alsisar towns of Jhunjhunu district observed bandh today. Likewise, rallies and demonstration were held in Jhunjhunu, Nohar (Ganganagar) and Alwar towns too.

Rajasthan HC denies bail to ADGP AK Jain

Rajasthan High Court today denied anticipatory bail to suspended ADGP A K Jain in the infamous Dara Singh alias Daria "fake" encounter case. The accused officer sought anticipatory bail on medical grounds. However, the single bench of Justice RS Rathore rejected the plea and held that since he and other accused were holding influential police posts, they were in a position to influence witnesses. "Besides this, the Supreme Court observation in a case is also in favour of early arrest of accused in cases of such encounters", the judge pointed out. The District and Session Court had already turned down Jain's request for anticipatory bail.
The CBI Special Court which has been holding trial in the case, has also declared Jain and another accused RPS officer Arshad Ali as proclaimed offenders(POs) last month, following failure of the CBI to produce them before the court in compliance to arrest warrants issued in May earlier this year. The trial court had also issued standing arrest warrants against them. The two officers have been untraceable since the issuance of the arrest warrant. Another IPS of IG Rank A Ponnuchami had already been arrested by the CBI and presently is under judicial custody. Dara Singh alias Daria, a dreaded criminal of Churu who was allegedly working as chieftain of a liquor contractor's raiding party-, was killed in a "fake encounter' on the outskirts of Jaipur in October 2006. His family lodged complaint in the court against the police demanding a CBI probe into the case, ultimately the Supreme Court accepted their request and ordered for the CBI probe in the case. The CBI on June 3 had filed charge sheet before the Court against 16 accused including Jain, Ponnuchammi and Ali and also included former BJP Minister Rajendra Singh Rathore as suspect against whom investigations were still on. Meanwhile, the Supreme Court while hearing a petition recently also regretted failure in arrest of accused in such serious cases and directed the concerned agency/Government to arrest and produce before the court all accused wanted in such serious cases.

Gehlot hoists national flag in Jaipur, Promise Home, Free medicines

Rajasthan celebrated 65th Independence Day with traditional gaiety and fervour throughout state. The state level function was held at the SMS Stadium here where Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot hoisted the tricolour and took salute from joint ceremonial parade of the Army, Police, NCC cadets and Scouts and Guides. Squads and musical bands of the Army, Para Military Forces and schools participated in the march-past and school children presented colourful cultural programmes. Mr Gehlot also felicitated 50 officials and people from different walks of life for meritorious services and outstanding contributions to the society. 
In his ceremonial speech the Chief Minister termed the corruption as big problem before the nation and expressed to resolve and eradicate it. He also elaborated at length on the ongoing pro-poor and welfare agenda of his government and said made special references to the schemes and programmes like Chief Minister's BPL Rural Housing Scheme aiming at providing 10 lakh to BPL families in rural areas. Besides this subsidy was also being provided for cheap LPG cylinder to consumers and programme of supplying cheap wheat and grains to poor was also being implemented in the state, Mr Gehlot reminded.
Rajasthan chief minister Ashok Gehlot Monday said free medicines will be provided in government hospitals in the state to all sections of society from Oct 2 this year. 'We will offer free medicines to all sections of the society at government hospitals from Oct 2,' Gehlot said in his Independence Day address at the Sawai Mansingh Stadium here. The chief minister said the state government was serious in its intent to implement central government schemes for the poor and that a special project to provide housing to people living below poverty line (BPL) had already been launched. 'We are working towards eradicating poverty and have succeeded in achieving part of this goal. But we realise that a lot is yet to be done,' Gehlot said after unfurling the national flag.

Rains continue to lash Rajasthan, Flood situation in Barmer

Rains continued to lash parts of Rajasthan with a few areas in the Barmer district facing a flood-like situation following which the authorities have asked people to evacuate the region as a precautionary measure. Sriganganagar recorded the maximum rainfall of 50.4 mm, according to the MeT department here. Phalodi and Sawaimadhopur recorded 38 and 31 mm rainfall respectively, while Bikaner received 9.2 mm of rains. Mount Abu was drenched by 7.8 mm of rains, while Banswara and Jodhpur got 7.4 mm and 5.2 mm of rains respectively, according to the MeT. According to MeT forecast, light rains would continue in some parts of the state.
The District authorities have asked denizens to evacuate Kawas village of Barmer district following incessant rains which had flooded the village along with many other villages/hamlets in desert districts of Barmer and Jaisalmer. In the advisory issued for the public by the administration it had been stated that it was not safe to have night halt in the rain-soaked houses of old-Kawas in bordering area of Barmer which had bore brunt of flood in 2006 too. Tanuraoji village in the Sheo sub division in the district is also sub-merged into water creating flood-like situation. The people from this village also moved to safer places. The administration has started relief operations, efforts were being made to drain-out water.

Team Hazare detained before protest fast

Anna Hazare and his close aides have been detained by police after the Gandhian vowed to go ahead with his fast for a strong Lokpal and defy prohibitory orders at the venue of his agitation. High drama was witnessed in Mayur Vihar area in east Delhi when police detained the 73-year-old Hazare at about 7:30 am from an apartment about three hours before he was to sit on his agitation. A large number of supporters opposed the action and shouted slogans supporting him.  Home Secretary R K Singh said Hazare was detained because he said he intended to defy prohibitory orders and sit on fast at J P Park in central Delhi.
Delhi Police had denied permission for his fast after he refused to abide by all the 22 conditions set by them for the agitation. Hazare's close aides Kiran Bedi and Arvind Kejriwal were detained outside Rajghat. Lawyer Shanti Bhushan was also picked up. "We will move the Supreme Court," Prashant Bhushan, lawyer and close associate of Hazare said. Describing his detention by police as the beginning of the "second freedom struggle", Hazare asked people to participate in a "jail bharo" agitation. "My dear countrymen, second freedom struggle has begun and now I have also been arrested. But will this movement be stopped by my arrest. No not at all. Don't let it happen," Hazare said in a pre-recorded message. Police had made elaborate arrangements and stationed several buses and trucks in Mayur Vihar, Rajghat and other places to ferry Hazare's supporters. Senior BJP leader L K Advani said he was not surprised at the detention of Hazare and charged the government with looking for scapegoats and stopping peaceful protests instead of fighting corruption.

Happy Independence Day to all Indians On the day of India’s 65th Independence Day, wishes Indians all across the globe a Happy Independence Day. Independence is something which is vital to our living being and goes unnoticed while we are engrossed in our daily chores. The freedom of speech and expression, right to equality, right against exploitation, right to freedom of conscience and free profession, right to propagation of religion and much more, which we enjoy must be cherished as not everyone in this world is lucky to enjoy them.
“Freedom is taken, not given,” were the famous words uttered by Subhash Chandra Bose and it certainly holds relevance to the present day scenario. On this very day 64 years ago, India tasted the joy of freedom after more than 100 years of sufferance and suppression under the British Empire. What had been a rich prosperous land, thriving in culture and wealth, was plundered by the over-ambitious English, and it took a lot of bloodshed, struggle and will power to win back what was rightfully ours – OUR INDEPENDENCE. is celebrating India’s Independence Day 2011 with all readers.

Hero MotoCorp - Hum mein hai hero

Hero MotoCorp's new theme will be “Hum Main Hai Hero” – there is a hero in each one of us. A.R. Rahman has composed the music for the theme song, as Hero MotoCorp embarks on a new journey, after it terminated its 26-year-long association with Honda Motor Company of Japan. To confetti being showered and music blasting out of the loudspeakers, Hero MotoCorp unveiled its new brand identity in the presence of celebrities such as actor Shahrukh Khan, pop star Akon, former tennis champion Boris Becker, F1 driver David Coulthard and cricketer Irfan Pathan, at the O2 arena on the banks of the Thames. The new brand, according to Mr Pawan Munjal, Managing Director and CEO, Hero MotoCorp, epitomises continuity and change. The new logo stands for the new face of India – that youthful energy and ‘can do' spirit. “It is in true sense the Indian catapult, which signals that while it is deeply rooted in Indian values, it is also poised to go for global expansion – a Leap of faith,” he said.
Hero had roped in Wolff Olins, part of the Omnicom group, to work on the new brand identity and had engaged Law & Kenneth as a creative partner to give shape to the communication for launching and establishing the new brand. Under the new licence agreement, the Hero group signed with Honda after terminating the agreement, it can continue to use the Hero Honda name in its products till 2014. It today launched a 110-cc scooter Maestro and a 150-cc motorcycle Impulse under its own Hero brand. New TV Ad is launched on 15 August 2011, on Independence day across all Media channels.
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ONGC to invest more on Oil exploration in Rajasthan

Oil and Natural Gas Corporation (ONGC) plans to spend Rs 1,000 crore on exploration in Rajasthan and Gujarat in two years, Basin Manager P B Pandey said today. Talking to newsmen here on the occasion of 56th foundation day, Pandey said, "The basin has a target to drill 49 exploratory wells this financial year and also to deploy two 3D-3C, 5 3D and one 2D seismic crew for acquiring high resolution seismic data". The target for drilling of wells is higher this year due to success in drilling of 43 exploratory wells last year, 21 of which were hydrocarbon bearing. The success percentage of wells drilled to hydrocarbon bearing was 55.6 per cent which means that for every 1.8 wells drilled, one well was proved successful, said Pandey adding this ratio was considered quite creditable in the hydrocarbon industry. The significant new finds of the basin in 2010-11, include Vadtal 1, Vadtal 3 and Aliabet 2, of which Aliabet promises to be good find for ONGC, Pandey said.
After failure of GSPCL in finding oil and gas from shallow water in Aliabet, ONGC took it over and started drilling wells there. "We have started getting about 1.5 lakh cubic meter gas per day from two drilled wells in Aliabet, which promises to be a good find for us," Pandey said. "Now we will take up a cluster of four wells in this region to save expenditure being incurred on exploration and will start commercial production from it after getting oil from it first, said Pandey.

Road accidents claim 16 life in Rajasthan

Road accidents claim 16 life in while 54 injured in two road accidents on Friday in Rajasthan. Thirteen people, including four women, were killed and 36 others injured when a bus in which they were travelling fell into a deep gorge near Chipaberi village in Sirohi district. "While nine people died on the spot, 36 injured were rushed to a hospital where four of them later succumbed to their injuries," SP Sirohi Kailash Chandra.
The incident took place when the driver of the bus, en route to Mount Abu from Gujarat and carrying 49 passengers, lost control over the vehicle and it skidded off the road and fell into the gorge, he said. In another road accident in Dholpur district, three persons were killed and 22 others injured in a collision between a truck and a tractor trolley, police said. The victims, all occupants of the trolley, were travelling to Agra when the truck hit their vehicle near Bagcholi Khar village.

Rajasthan Patwari Exam on 25 September 2011

Rajasthan Patwari Exam 2011 date is announced. The Patwari exam will be held on 25 September 2011(Sunday) from 1 TO PM. Total more than 9 Lakh applicants will appear for examination.

Nation celebrates Raksha Bandhan Today

Nation celebrates Raksha Bandhan, Festival of affection and Protection between Brothers and sisters Today(13 August 2011). President Pratibha Patil, Vice President Hamid Ansari and Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Friday wished people on the occasion of Raksha Bandhan and hoped that the festival would strengthen goodwill in the society. In her message, Patil said, "I express my warm greetings and good wishes to all my fellow citizens in India and abroad." "May this festival strengthen fraternal feelings and the spirit of kindness and goodwill in our society, as we strive collectively for the well-being of our people," the President said. Ansari said the festival promotes harmonious social life by reaffirming one's faith in the traditional values of love and protection. He called upon the people to imbibe the ideals associated with this festival to foster the spirit of amity, harmony and goodwill.
"Raksha Bandhan is celebrated all over the country to strengthen the fraternal bonds of affection between brothers and sisters," he said. In his message, Singh said that the unique festival of fosters community bonding irrespective of caste or creed and highlights the importance of women in Indian society. "The country needs to renew its commitment to a just society free of all prejudice. May the festival bring happiness and peace to all," he said.

Commercial Assistant Jobs in Jaipur Vidyut Nigam Ltd

Jaipur Vidyut Nigam Ltd(JVVL) (Rajasthan Government Undertaking), Jyoti Nagar, Jaipur-302005 invites applications ONLINE from willing candidates having requisite qualification for appointment on vacant posts of Commercial Assistant-I and Commercial Assistant-II in Jaipur Vidyut Vitran Nigam Limited/Ajmer Vidyut Vitran Nigam Limited/Jodhpur Vidyut Vitran Nigam Limited, as mentioned hereunder:
1. Commercial Assistant-I
Total Post: 293 posts (Jaipur VVNL – 114, Ajmer VVNL Non-TSP – 54, Ajmer VVNL TSP – 35, Jodhpur VVNL – 90)
Age : 18-33 years
Pay Scale : PB-2 Rs. 5200-20200 + Grade Pay Rs.2400
2. Commercial Assistant-II
Total Post: 504 posts (Jaipur VVNL – 196, Ajmer VVNL Non-TSP – 90, Ajmer VVNL TSP – 56, Jodhpur VVNL – 162)
Age : 18-33 years
Pay Scale : PB-2 Rs. 5200-20200 + Grade Pay Rs.1900
Selection by a written test on 09/10/2011.
Fee : Rs. 500/- (Rs.300/- for BC/SBC non creamy layer and Rs.200/- for SC/ST/PH) to be deposited in concerned Nigam’s Bank Account in any branch of State Bank of Bikaner and Jaipur, through prescribed challan.
How to Apply: Candidates are required to apply Online through any one of the websites, or . No other means/mode of application will be accepted. The candidate should choose carefully name of any one company, in which he/she wish to apply. ii. Candidates are required to have a valid personal email ID. It should be kept active during the currency of this recruitment. The company may send call letters for written test, verification of documents etc. through the registered email ID. Under no circumstances, he/she should share/ mention email ID to/ or of any other person. iii. In case, a candidate does not have a valid personal email ID, he/she should create his/ her new email ID before applying Online
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Reliance Power to set up solar power plants in Rajasthan

Industrialist Anil Ambani of the Reliance Group is keen on setting up more solar power plants in Rajasthan. Ambani met Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot Wednesday at his official residence and discussed in detail about setting up of additional solar energy plants in the state, an official statement said. Ambani informed Gehlot that Reliance Group is keen to set up solar power plants of 500 MW total capacity in Rajasthan at a cost of Rs.8,000 crore, according to officials in the Chief Minister's Office. The officials said Ambani informed Gehlot about progress in work on two earlier solar power plants in the state. He said that work is in progress for the Solar thermal power plant of 100 MW under Jawaharlal Nehru National Solar Mission and work related to the 40 MW solar power plant is to commence soon. Ambani also requested the state government to identify land for the proposed power plants.
Discussing the industrial development in the state, the chief minister said the atmosphere is positive for setting up industries and promoting investment in the state. "With an aim to provide more facilities to the investors, we have enacted Single Window Act in the state," the chief minister said. He also requested Ambani to commence work for an old age home to be constructed in Jaipur.

RUSU Election 2011 Candidates

Rajasthan University Students' Union (RUSU) Election 2011 which is scheduled on 20 August and Name of Candidates for various post such as University President, Vice President, General Secretary(GS) and Jt Secretary are announced by major parties such as Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP), National Students' Union of India (NSUI). RUSU election only a few days away, many leaders are holding rallies on the campus while many others are leaving no stone unturned to mark their strong presence among the students.
The last date of filing nominations (August 16) and poling date (August 20) is common for all the state colleges and universities. With elections taking place simultaneously in more than 127 colleges and five state universities in state.
Rajasthan University, Jaipur President Candidates:
ABVP Candidates Name:
Kamal Swami - President
Ritu Meena - Vice President
Amit Sharma - General Secretary(GS)
NSUI Candidates
Prabha Choudhary - President (Independent)
JNVU, Jodhpur President Candidates: 
1. Mahendra Choudhary - ABVP Candidate
2. Pardeep Singh Rathore - NSUI Candidates

Rajasthan Student Union election results announced

Aruna roy have difference of opinion on Lokpal draft

Social activist and National Advisory Council(NAC) Member Aruna Roy today made clear that she and her fellow RTI activists were also having difference of opinion on several points even in the Bill moved by the government in the Lok Sabha. However, she expressed satisfaction over Lok Sabha's move of referring the Bill to the Standing Committee saying that this was part of the procedure which would facilitate individuals and organsiations to incorporate people's voice in the proposed Lokpal Act. Talking to the mediapersons here this afternoon, Magsaysay awardee Ms Roy, said ''I do have differences over several points/provisions proposed in the Jan Lokpal Bill draft and the one moved by the UPA government in Parliament''. ''We want proper discussion and amendments over several points,'' she said, adding she neither favoured generalised inclusion of the Prime Minister in the purview and jurisdiction of the Lokpal as suggested in the Lokpal draft nor did support exemption to the Prime Minister from the purview and jurisdiction of the Lokpal being granted in the government's Bill.
''We want that the Lokpal should be empowered to look and examine complaints against the Prime Minister and if finds prima facie case against him than the complaint should be proceeded further only after securing consent/endorsement from the Supreme Court,'' Ms Roy said. ''Likewise, we also favour inclusion of judiciary in the purview of the Lokpal and want that not only the conduct of the judges but even the standards of the judiciary be monitored by the Lokpal,'' she added. Moreover, why only Central government should be brought under the Lokpal scanner, the same approach be extended to states through a well structured Lokayukta set-up, the NAC member added.

Various Jobs in Hindustan Salts Ltd, Jaipur

Hindustan Salts Limited (A Government of India Enterprise) Jaipur invites applications for various post:
Job Post Details:
1. Group General Manager / Sr. General Manager , Scale : Rs.17500-22300
2. General Manager (Salt Works) , Scale : Rs. 14500-18700
3. General Manager (Marketing) , Pay Scale : Rs. 14500-18700
4. Company Secretary cum General Manager , Pay Scale : Rs. 14500-18700
5. Additional General Manager (Salt Refinery) , Scale : Rs. 13000-18250
6. Sr. Manager (Finance & Accounts) , Pay Scale : Rs. 10750-16750
7. Sr. Manager/ Manager (Commercial) , Scale : Rs. 10750-16750
8. Sr. Manager/Manager (Solar Salt Works) , Pay Scale : Rs. 10750-16750 /8600-16750
9. Sr. Manager / Manager (Bromine Plant) , Pay Scale : Rs. 10750 -16750 / 8600 -14600
10. Manager (Finance & Accounts)
11. Manager ( R & D and Safety)
12. Manager (Personnel & Administration) , Scale : Rs. 8600-14600
13. Manager (Plant Maint) , Scale : Rs. 8600 -14600
14. Astt. Manager / Shift In-charge , Scale : Rs. 8600 -14600
15. Boiler Operators , Scale : Rs. 4150-6150
How to apply: Interested candidates may send their biodata in the prescribed format alongwith recent photograph & copies of certificates etc. to GM (P&A), HSL / SSL, B-427, Pradhan Marg, Malviya Nagar, Jaipur-302017
Last Date: 16 August 2011
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Hang policemen involved in fake encounters: SC

Police personnel involved in fake encounter killings should be awarded death sentence and hanged, the Supreme Court has said. A bench of justices Markandeya Katju and C K Prasad said that police personnel as custodians of law are expected to protect people and not eliminate them as contract killers. "Fake encounter killings by cops are nothing but cold-blooded brutal murder, which should be treated as the rarest of rare offence and police personnel responsible for it should be awarded death sentence. They should be hanged," Justice Katju, heading the bench, said. The bench added: “Police personnel as custodians of law are expected to protect people and not eliminate them as contract killers. Fake encounter killings by cops are nothing but cold- blooded brutal murder which should be treated as the rarest of rare offence and police personnel responsible for it should be awarded death sentence.”
When Singh’s widow Sushila Devi alleged former state minister, Rajender Rathore, was also an absconder, the bench said: “The same parameters will apply and the law shall take its own course. If crimes are committed by ordinary people, ordinary punishment should be given but if the offence is committed by policemen much harsher punishment should be given to them because they do an act totally contrary to their duties.” The court gave four weeks time to file a status report before it. It also quashed a criminal case against some CBI officials that was registered on the orders of additional chief metropolitan magistrate, Jaipur, following a complaint filed by an arrested accused. The complainant had alleged the CBI officers had subjected him to third degree torture after arresting him. Jain and Ali were part of the Special Operations Group that allegedly eliminated Dara Singh on October 23, 2006 in a fake encounter. On the widow's petition, the SC had in April last directed a CBI probe.

Gehlot launches State Insurance & PF website

Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot today launched State Insurance Department's website at a brief ceremony held at his official residence in Jaipur. The Chief Minister congratulated the officials of the department for initiatives and efforts in developing the website and said it was an important step in the direction of welfare of the employees. Employees of the state government would get better services after availability of the online updates of their insurance and PF accounts, he said.
Mr Gehlot directed the officials to feed mobile numbers of the employees in online record. Minister of State for State Insurance Ashok Bairwa was also present. Details and updates of Insurance and PF accounts of about 6.45 lakh employees of the state government would be available online on this website.
New Rajasthan State Insurance & PF website

Jobs in Jhalawar Hospital & Medical College Society, Rajasthan

Jhalawar Hospital & Medical College Society, Jhalawar invites applications for the following posts :
1. Professor
Number of vacancies : 04
Pay: Rs. 70000/- fixed + 5000 HRA + 5% Annual increment + NPA
Discipline :
Orthopaedics – 01
Radiology – 01
Forensic Medicine – 01
Skin & VD – 01
2. Associate Professor
Number of vacancies : 02
Pay: Rs. 60000/- fixed + 4000 HRA + 5% Annual increment + NPA
Discipline :
Orthopaedics – 01
Radiology – 01
3. Assistant Professor (Pharmacology)
Number of vacancies : 01
Pay: Rs. 40000/- fixed + 3000 HRA + 5% Annual increment + NPA
4. Senior Residents
Number of vacancies : 14
Pay: Rs. 35000/- fixed + 10% Additional Pay + 5% HRA + 5% Annual increment + NPA
Discipline :
Radiology – 02
Surgery – 01
Medicine – 04
Anesthesia – 06
Skin & VD – 01
5. Junior Residents
Number of vacancies : 10
Pay: Rs. 25000/- fixed + 10% Additional Pay + 5% HRA + 5% Annual increment + NPA
6. Demonstrator
Number of vacancies : 03
Pay: Rs. 25000/- Fix Pay+ 10% Addl. Pay + 5% HRA + 5% Annual increment + NPA
Discipline :
PSM – 01
Forensic Medicine – 01
Pharmocology – 01
Maximum Age Limit : 70 Years
Date & Place of Interview
Date : 16.08.2011 at 10.00 Am at Swasthya Bhawan , Tilak Marg , Jaipur
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Check RPET 2011 Colleges, Seat allotment

Board of Technical Education of Rajasthan is announce the list of seat allotment of candidates selected in the Rajasthan Pre Engineering Test (RPET) 2011 Examination. Board of Technical Education of Rajasthan already announced the Provisional Allotment list of Out of Rajasthan candidates through AIEEE Rank in Rajasthan engineering colleges. Technical education in the state has again had a setback as engineering colleges have failed to fill all the seats this session. Rough estimates suggest that between 10,000 and 15,000 seats will remain empty this session. “Many eligible candidates, who cleared entrance exams like RPET, had given a miss to the counselling sessions held for admissions in the colleges affiliated to the Rajasthan Technical University (RTU),” said R P Yadav, vice-chancellor, Rajasthan Technical University.
The convener of RPET S K Singh said that all option-forms have been processed and the allotment is in the final stages. Singh said that about 70,000 appeared in the RPET which was held on May 19. The results of the test were announced last month. Now admission to about 30,000 seats in 125 colleges across the state is being done through counselling. However, only about 24000 students had filled the option-forms till the last date, and only these students will be considered for admission in colleges. Check Provisional Colleges, Seat Allotment Detail by your Roll number.
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Jobs in Rajasthan State Pollution Control Board, Jaipur

Rajasthan State Pollution Control Board(RSPCB), Jaipur invites applications for its head office and regional offices for the following scientific/Technical and ministerial Posts:
1. Junior Scientific Officer
Total Post: 18
Pay Scale: Rs. 9300-34800 + GP 4200
Qualification: First Class Master's Degree in any branch of Chemistry or Soil Science or Environmental Science or Microbiology, from a University established by law in India or a foreign qualification recognized as equivalent thereto.
2. Junior Environment Engineer
Total Post: 15
Pay Scale: Rs. 9300-34800 + GP 3200
Qualification: Master's degree in Environmental Engineering after bachelor's degree either in Bio- Technology or Chernical or Civil or Mining or Environmental or Textile Engineering from a
University established by law in India or foreign qualification recognized as equivalent thereto OR First class Bechlor's degree in any of the above branches of Engineering from a University established by law in India or foreign qualification recognized as equivalent thereto.
3. LDC/ Data Entry Clerk
Total Post: 18
Pay Scale: Rs. 5200-20200 + GP 1900
Qualification: (i)Senior Secondary Examination (10+2) from the Board of Secondary Education Rajasthan or Central Board of Secondary Education, and (ii) O level certificate from DOEACC (organization under the control of Department of Electronics. Government of India) or equivalent/higher qualification from a recognized University, and (iii) Speed in typing 28 &.25 words per minute in Hindi or English resp.
Reservation: As per Govt norms
Application fees: Rs.500/- for General, OBC & SBC category candidates and Rs.250/- for SC/ST (SC/ST certificate is necessary) candidates of Rajasthan. The application fee amount is required to be deposited through bank DD in favour of Member Secretary, Rajasthan State Pollution Control Board, Jaipur. Application fee is not refundable in any condition.
How to apply: The applicant is required to file application online on or before 18 August 2011. The applicant is also required to furnish duly signed application form along with certified copies of marks Sheets Certificate concerning qualifications mentioned in the form. The last date of receipt of the signed copy of the application will be 30 August 2011.
Important Dates:
Last date of Online application: 18 August 2011
Last date of receipt of application: 30 August 2011
Written Examination date: 24, 25 September 2011
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Rajasthan woman again branded as 'witch', tortured

Once again woman in rajasthan is branded witch and tortured. The practice of branding women as witches and torturing them continues unabated in rural Rajasthan even though the state government is coming up with a stringent law – the Rajasthan Women (Prevention and Protection from Atrocities) Bill, 2011. A 35-year old woman was allegedly branded a "witch" by her family members and tortured by a "tantrik" in Pali district of Rajasthan, police said. "The victim Narangi Bai's husband and others said she was a 'dayan' and took her to the tantrik Usha Meena. The tantrik said that the woman possessed an evil spirit and in the name of scaring the 'evil spirit', she tortured Narangi Bai with hot iron rod," SHO Kotwali, Omprakash, said today. The incident was reported to police by locals following which the woman was rescued and hospitalised and her condition is now stabled after treatment, he said. Chunni Lal, the woman's husband, his brother Pukhraj and his wife Manju and the lady tantrik Usha were arrested and the matter was being probed, he added.
Earlier, in the last week of May, a 30-year-old woman was also branded a witch and tortured in Padardi Mewada village of Dungarpur district. In the last week of July, a 35-year-old woman alleged that she was branded a witch by villagers, tortured and was being forced to leave her village, again in Dungarpur district. So now what is state government, Police and Girija vyas doing in state, when such incidents are happening again and again.

Rajasthan PCC Chandrabhan join 40th Anniversary of NSUI

Rajasthan PCC chief Chandrabhan slam BJP president Nitin Gadkari on Friday, comparing him to a local Block-level leader and asking him to mind his language at public forums. Speaking during the district convention of NSUI, the PCC chief advised Gadkari to use decent language at public platforms. While addressing the gathering of students and NSUI leaders at BM Birla Auditorium, he said that the Congress party had taken the initiative to fight against corruption in the country. Congress president Chandrabhan on Friday said the party would ask its ministers, parliamentarians and legislators to extend their ‘wholehearted’ support, including financial, to the NSUI candidates in their respective constituencies.
The party president advised the Congress student wing to field candidates with impeccable image and conduct in the coming students’ union elections in Rajasthan. The polls are due on August 20, the birth anniversary of late Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi. “If the NSUI wins on his birth anniversary, it will be a real tribute to Rajiv Gandhi since he lowered the voting age to 18 years,” Chandrabhan said. In the last students’ union elections, the NSUI had a clean sweep at Jodhpur’s Jai Narayan Vyas University and won the president’s post at Ajmer’s Maharshi Dayanand Saraswati University but performed shabbily at the Rajasthan University, Jaipur. The Congress president urged the state’s youth to actively participate in politics. The event was attended by NSUI national secretary Deepika Saraswat, who had to face hooting and whistling by the unruly supporters of some students’ leaders keen on seeking the organisation’s ticket in the coming elections. To exhibit their strength as leaders, the aspiring candidates made their supporters wear T-shirts with the leaders’ names. NSUI was conceived in 1971 by former Prime Minister of India Indira Gandhi and then was formally constituted on 9 April 1971. The organization traces its origin to the Indian independence movement spearheaded by Indian National Congress.

Third Grade 41000 Teachers recuitment soon by Panchayati raj department

Rajasthan govt finally make a clear way for recruitment of most awaited IIIrd Grade Teachers recuirtment which was pending due to war of Panchayat Departmetn and Education Department. Now Panchayati Raj will conduct the exams and appoint the 41000 new third Grade teachers in state. Recruitment is possible in September 2011. Date of exmas, paper, and results will be decided by Panchayati Raj department at its own level for upcoming exam.

Rajasthan Assembly monsoon session from 23 August

The monsoon session of the Rajasthan Legislative Assembly will begin from August 23. "Governor Shivaj Patil has convened the Assembly session at 11:00 hrs on August 23 on the recommendations from Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot", an official spokesman said here last night. The last budget session of the Assembly was held between February 15 and March 23. Accordingly, the session was due to be held by September 22, the spokesman added.